Undergraduate Student Government will survey the undergraduate student body to collect data on USG's 2010-11 initiative for a smoke- or tobacco-free campus.
Undergraduate Student Government members and commuter advisers will hand out the goodies tomorrow in commuter parking lots.
Steven McMichael, Theology Department, will lead this last gathering for fall 2010.
Sessions offering help with résumés and individual consultations will be held Dec. 9. Note application deadlines; students studying abroad in spring must apply for positions by Dec. 2.
The celebration will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. in the Student Dining Room, second floor, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
Fulfill BUS200 in one week on the tour.
All are welcome to attend this informational meeting.
Photo sessions scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 8 and 9.
Get a glimpse of international dance styles such as bollywood, samba, belly dance, hula and more!
Phillips Scholarships are awarded annually to six students from Minnesota private colleges who intend to dedicate a portion of their lives to community service.
Katy Delkoski, a 2007 alumna and a physician's assistant, will speak.
Campus Ministry is looking for eight students to begin ministry starting next fall for the 2011-12 academic year.
A representative from Family Means Credit Counseling will teach how to stay under budget and avoid unnecessary purchases.
A loan can be applied for and approved before shopping for a vehicle.
With the additional paid days off (Dec. 27-29), staff will enjoy an 11-day Christmas break.
Cash prizes will be awarded in three categories.
Monday, Dec. 20, is the deadline for submitting dependent verification documents
Dr. Gianluigi Veglia, from the University of Minnesota, will speak at today's seminar.
Those who wish to dance with the club should avoid registering for 8 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday classes for spring semester.
Early deadlines have been set due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
These scholarships include up to three $10,000 awards.
Faith Thursday will be held monthly throughout the academic year.
This new course will fulfill the Fine Arts and Human Diversity requirements of the core curriculum by addressing gender, religion and class.
A portion of the program will include an open mic session.
Volunteers will work on two houses this Saturday.