Students are responsible for ensuring that they officially withdraw from courses in which they are registered but do not attend.
Accounting and business students are invited to stop by the table to learn about the firm and job opportunities.
Electronic statement billing (eBilling) is the exclusive method for student account billing.
Attend to learn about tryouts, pre-season information, forms that need to be filled out, and other details concerning the 2010-11 season.
The program offers an array of programs and activities for St. Thomas’ faculty and staff.
Representatives from Academic Counseling, Career Development, Center for Intercultural Learning and Community Engagement/Service Learning (CILCE), and Study Abroad will be available to answer questions sophomores may have about the year ahead.
Consultations are available online through the Center for Writing website as well as face-to-face.
Complete course reserves procedures and contact information for reserves coordinators can be found online.
Failure to complete the process will result in a registration hold being placed on student accounts.
The Nonexempt Staff Council’s annual event will be held Thursday, Aug. 26, on both the Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses.
Many reservations do not list set-up needs, timelines or titles for the events and activities.
Planned for August are classroom sessions on a variety of instructional technology tools, and planned for September is “Blended Learning: The 21st-Century Learning Environment,” the 2010 ELI online Fall Focus session.
Bidding for goods and services over $3,000 is now in effect. Training will be available this summer and fall through the university’s Leadership Academy.
Faculty and staff are asked to book all travel with the preferred vendors effective immediately.
Full-time faculty and staff hired on or after July 1 now have a one-year waiting period before tuition remission benefits will be available to them.
Gifts must be received by June 30 in order to be counted in this year’s campaign.
Laura Deuberry (interior design), Rod Kirkwold (carpenter) and Roger Stowell (painter) will retire on Wednesday.