Friday, March 28, 2014

Weekly Preview: March 31 - April 4

The Five College Interchange Pre-Registration Request period for Fall 2014 classes starts on Monday, March 31 and ends on April 18Visit the Five College Interchange site to learn more, and watch for a blog post on Monday with detailed information.  You will also be able to register for Five College courses during Add/Drop in the Fall.

Are you planning on declaring a major in the College of Engineering and take majors only classes in the Fall?  Are you taking the correct coursework?  Attend the Engineering Information Session to confirm and ask questions!  Wednesday, April 2 at 5:00pm in 604 Goodell.

Thinking about majoring in Communication?  On Wednesday, April 2 there will be a Communication Registration Meeting from 12:15pm-1:15pm in Machmer E-35.  Majors and prospective majors are cordially invited to attend this important meeting!

Are you planning on declaring Resource EconomicsAttend an information session in Stockbridge 303!
  • Wednesday, April 2 at 11:15am
  • Thursday, April 3 at 4:00 pm
  • Friday, April 11 at 12:20 pm    
In order to register for Fall 2014 courses as a Resource Economics major, students must attend an info session and complete an on-line Statement of Interest by Friday, April 18 at noon.

On Thursday, April 3 there will be a Public Health Sciences Information Session from 6:00pm-7:00pm in Arnold House 136.  If you are interested in the major come to an information session to meet staff and peer advisors, get your questions answered and learn about classes, club events, internships, study abroad and more!  Click here for more information and to RSVP.

Upward Bound Summer Institute Job Opportunities 2014: UMass Amherst Upward Bound Program is preparing for its annual Summer Institute here on campus July 6th – August 15th, 2014.  The goal of Upward Bound is to support students who are potential first generation college students and those from low income backgrounds to prepare for, attain and succeed in higher education.  We will be looking for committed individuals to help support the academic, emotional and social growth of high schools students from Springfield, MA as they engage with program activities such as academic class work, experience what college life could look like, development key life skills and the development of critical thinking skills and other academic and educational competencies focused on creating the foundations for lifelong learning and success.  To learn more and view job descriptions, click hereThe deadline for applications is Friday, April 4.

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