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A Friday Wrap Up

zfall-leavesThis week we had our first ever “Coffee Break,” in which free coffee/tea and cookies were provided in the cafeteria at break time for students and faculty in the various classes meeting each evening. It was great to chat with so many people as we set up advising appointments for spring 2014 and passed out information: the Fall 2013 “Survival Guide” and blog/Facebook flyers.

A HUGE thank you to those who supported those in the Human Services capstone class by bringing it the items that they seek for their products: cell phones for Alesandra Sanchez, baby items for Kayla Neilsen, and canned goods for Parker English. Each will benefit the organizations that each of these students are helping; thank you!

There’s a lot going on on campus this month! Be sure to check out the following:

TOMORROW, November 9:  NicaArgo 5K walk/run on the NDNU/Belmont campus. 8AM-Noon. Register at ndnu.edu/funrun/. Sponsored by the NDNU Center for Spirituality with the NDNU Academic Success Center and the NDNU School of Education and Leadership.

WINTER COAT DRIVE: From November 4-Deember 13, bring coats, jackets, sweaters, mittens, or scarves that are clean and in good condition to the Cunningham Chapel Foyer. All donations go to InnVision Shelter Network, the principal homeless services agency in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.

Wednesday, November 13, 7:30, Weigand Gallery. Free Creative Writer’s Event. Reception and book signing to follow. Joe Loya, author of The Man Who Outgrew His Prison Cell, has an amazing story to tell of his years in prison for bank robbery.

SAVE THE DATE: Monday, November 25, 5:30-6:30, Saint Mary’s Hall, Room 203: Graduate Clinical Psychology Information Forum. Learn about the program; meet the Chair and current students; get information about professional career options in the field; and get information on admission, application, and program requirements.

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Planning For Your 2014 Classes?

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You should have now received two notices that will help make sure you get the spring 2014 classes that you need:

First, an email from Judy King (Human Services) or Vicki Silver (Business) that announces  that we are using a new way to sign up for advanced registration this year.  Instead of signing up by paper [or email, or via phone], simply use your NDNU email account to go to the website:

http://www.SignUpGenius.com

There you will see an invitation from Judy or Vicki.  Choose your date and time and then you are done.

If you take classes at Mission college, you will most likely sign up to see Therese before class sometime in November.  Contact Genna Armanini (garmanini@ndnu.edu) to make an appointment so that Therese brings your file with her.

ALSO, you should have received an email from the Registrar’s office with recommended steps to take to be ready to register.  This is listed again below for your convenience; be sure to take needed action to submit transcripts and clear business holds so that there are no barriers to your registration.

ADVANCE REGISTRATION
SPRING 2014
OCTOBER 28 – NOVEMBER 15
 
CLEAR ALL HOLDS
·         Login to your NDNU Campus Portal/Student tab.
·         If you have a hold, follow up with the indicated office to clear the hold.
 
YOUR FALL 2013 ACCOUNT BALANCE MUST BE BELOW $2,500.  Past due balances prior to Fall 2013 must be paid in full.
 

MEET WITH YOUR ADVISOR

 

REGISTER

·         Online or Paper
 
PAYMENT OR PAYMENT ARRANGEMENT (INCLUDING FALL ‘13 PAST DUE BALANCES) MUST BE COMMUNICATED WITH THE BUSINESS OFFICE BY THE POSTED DEADLINE.
·         Unpaid tuition and fees will be subject to finance charges of 18% APR.
 
SPRING ‘14 TUITION PAYMENT deadline
JANUARY 2, 2014
 
 
Late Registration after SPRING POSTED DEADLINE:
·     Students who register for Spring after the payment deadline are still required to make payment or payment arrangements (including all past due balances) with the Business Office at time of registration.
·     Unpaid tuition and fees will be subject to finance charges of 18% APR.

Classrooms for Fall Term II

See you next week for Term II classes!
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Day OCT 28 – DEC 14 Room #
Mon BUS2980-09 BUS POLICY – BARDEN CU 11
  BUS2006-09 PROF. WRITING –   LARRAGOITI CU 7
  HSP2248-09 CUL.DIVERSITY – DAVIS   WICK CU 22
  COM2001-09  PUB. RELATIONS – HOLTZMAN CU 9
 
Tues BUS2240-09 MONEY, MARKETS &   FIN. INST – HUA CU 21
  BUS2600-09 OP. & INFO TECH SYSTEMS – FREEMAN GH 9
  REL2260-09 ISLAM: FAITH & PRACTICE – LIPOWITZ SM 208
  HSP2203-09 COMM. SKILLS – ARBORE CU 7
  PSY2101-09 PERSONALITY THEORY –   NYLAND CU 1
 
CANADA  BUS2008-09 LEGAL ENV. OF BUSINESS   – LADINE 5-221
   BUS2010-09 PROF. ETHICS – SR.   CAROL 5-227
 
Wed CUL2232 -09 LATINO/HISP. EXP IN   USA – GOMEZ SM 207
  ENG2624-09 CHILDREN’S LITERATURE –   KNOTH SM 208
  HSP2209-09 HUMAN SERVICES – BARSI CU 22
 
 
CANADA  PHL2405-09 PHIL. OF THE MIND –   RENDE 5-221
 
MISSION HSP2203-11 COMMUNICATION SKILLS – STRACHAN 17A
  HSP2236-09   CREATIVITY & WORK – MADDEN 17B
 
 
Thur BUS2016-09 CHANGE & CONFL.   MGMT-DAVIS WICK CU 7
 
 
Sat HSP2224-09 PROF. DEV.   MCKNIGHT  (only NOV. 9) SM 117
  REL2605-09 WOMEN’S SPIRITUALITY –   DELAPORTE SM 204

Survival Guide

survival guideHappy Thursday!  We hope that you picked up the Fall 13 Professional Studies Program Survival Guide at our First Night Welcome evenings earlier this month.  In case you missed us then, we’ve attached the Survival Guide Fall 2013 and also have it available on the “helpful links” page.  In it, you will find information to answer questions about generally asked questions of evening students related to advising, resources, contact information, and more.  Relevant for those needing orientation and for those anticipating graduation.  You can also find plenty of printed copies at Tabard Inn; stop by anytime!

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First Day of Fall Classes

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Be sure to see your classroom numbers listed below and try to arrive early on your first night of class for our “First Night Festivities: – Food, Faculty, Facts, and Fun” starting at 5PM on the Tabard patio.  Meet the new SBM Dean, Craig Brewer; learn important new information from Financial Aid; introduce yourself to someone new; and help launch an exciting new term. 

New PSP Survival Guides and Student Planners will be available.   

Best wishes to all for a fun and productive new semester together!

 

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First Night Information Events

Classes begin next week!  If you need anything or aren’t registered, please contact your advisor.   THEN:

 

join usYOU ARE INVITED:

FIRST NIGHT FESTIVITIES:

Food, Faculty, Facts, and Friends

Ready to celebrate the start of a new academic year?

Forgot what you learned in new student orientation?

Have questions?

Just hungry?

Details: Join us from 5-6:15 on the First Nights of class:

Tuesday, September 3

Wednesday, September 4

Thursday, September 5

Monday, September 9

Tabard Patio

If you can’t get off work to arrive when we begin at five, no worries… please come when you can.  We will have food, networking opportunities, a chance to meet other students, a new “Survival Guide,” a chance to meet the new SBM Dean, and more. IMPORTANT:  Financial Aid counselors will be there with information about new financial aid regulations and how they affect you.

Mission and Canada students:  information from this event will be brought to your classes, start time at six.

 

IMPORTANT:  WATCH THIS SPACE FOR A LIST OF CLASSROOMS, COMING SOON!