There will be a Basic Math R1 Exemption Test on Monday, October 28 at 7:00pm (not 7:30pm) in Marcus 131. Passing the R1 exam (at least 12 out of 20 correct) will satisfy the R1 requirement for graduation but will not result in the awarding of any credits. A student ID and a #2 pencil are required. A calculator is recommended. There is no limit on the number of times a student may take this test. The focus of this exam is to measure knowledge of basic math skills.
Are you planning on applying to a major in the Isenberg School of Management? Have you attended an information session in order to apply for Spring 2014? Information sessions will be held on Monday, October 28. Attending an Information Session is required before applying to the Sport Management or HTM majors and highly recommended before applying to the BBA program. Click here to review our earlier post on how to prepare for these sessions.
- The BBA Majors Group Info Session will be at 4:00pm in the Bernie Dallas Room on the 5th floor of Goodell.
- The Sport Management Group Info Session will be at 4:30pm in the Bernie Dallas Room on the 5th floor of Goodell.
- The Hospitality and Tourism Management Group Info Session will be at 4:00pm in Flint 203E.
Attention first semester transfer students: TRANSFERmations will be holding a Transfer Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, October 29 from 7:00pm - 8:00pm in McNamara Hall and again on Wednesday, October 30 from 4:00pm - 5:00pm in the Student Union, Room 314. Stop by and share your feedback. What did you think was helpful and what ideas do you have for TRANSFERmations? While you're there, find out how to get involved helping future transfer students.
Join Career Services for the Annual Five College Graduate and Professional Schools Information Day 2013. If you are thinking of going to Graduate School you should plan to attend this event. Take this opportunity to meet one-on-one with representatives from over 125 graduate, medical, dental, law, social work, theology, international relations, education, library science programs and a range of other post-baccalaureate options from across the US and abroad. Click here to see who will be attending and get an idea of what majors they are looking for. Wednesday, October 30, 2013 11-3pm in the Student Union Ballroom
It's time for the annual Majors Fair! This once-a-year event puts representatives from nearly every academic department and program in one location for you. Learn about different majors on campus, find out requirements for programs you're interested in, learn about minors and more. Reread our earlier post and be sure to join us. Wednesday, October 30 from 5:30pm - 7:30pm in the Campus Center Auditorium. Don't miss out on this opportunity! All students are invited to attend - undeclared or not!
Curious about a major in Landscape Architecture or Environmental Design? Want to study sustainable design, support social and environmental justice? On Wednesday October 30 from 7:00pm - 8:00 pm in 105 Hills North Procopio Room, come learn more about these majors! Speak to current students, tour the studios, see samples of work, meet professors, ask questions and get answers. Explore possibilities of the great majors in our department. See what options are available for creating and designing a sustainable world.
Are you interested in Computer Science? Join Professor Robert Moll on Friday, November 1 at 3:35pm in 151 Computer Science Building to find out Is There Life After College? All students are invited to attend.
Have a fun and safe Halloween!