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Top teams in undergraduate and graduate divisions will receive $10,000 scholarships.
In order to earn all their federal aid, students must attend classes through 60 percent of the semester.
Student Alumni Council members will provide information on the SAM program at the Sept. 21 Fall Activities Fair and again as they hand out root beer floats Sept. 23 and 28 in the quad.
Student leaders will engage participants in discussion at this free retreat on Sept. 25-26 at the Gainey Center in Owatonna, Minn.
The agenda includes volunteer opportunities, introduction of the new executive board and scholarship opportunities.
If your FAFSA is received after Oct. 7, you will not be eligible to receive a state grant for fall term.
Look for a treat table around campus and pick up information about the center at the same time.
Business students can meet their business program advisers and learn about business-student organizations at this social event today and tomorrow.
Application day for January trips is Oct. 5.
The annual notification of rights is required by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended (FERPA).
Students who wish to schedule an interview must attend an Orientation to On-Campus Interviewing Seminar.
Those planning to try out for the teams should attend.
Visit with more than 35 community partners at the Tuesday, Sept. 14, fair and determine what service site best matches your interests and skills.
Erin O’Flaherty is the team captain and contact person.
Anyone wishing to try out should attend this meeting.