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August 28
Fall 2014 Booklist

Check out the attached document to see the Book List for Fall 2014.

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August 12
Impaired Driving Simulation Tomorrow from 10am-1pm

Join Sullivan University Student Life and the Kentucky Department of Transportation tomorrow for an Impaired Driving Simulation near the loading dock in the back parking lot.  There will be a short presentation from the KY DoT at 10am, 11am, and 12pm followed by time for you try to drive their golf carts using the Fatal Vision goggles.  Still not sure what to expect?  Check out this YouTube video of a similar demonstration and join us tomorrow to see if you can do a better job than this girl:
If the above link is not working, find the video here:
Please remember to drive with caution in the parking lot tomorrow as there will be a lot of people in the back parking lot.
August 04
Drunk Driving Simulation August 13th

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Find out how much is too much.
Wednesday, August 13th 10am-1pm
Come to the Drunk Driving Simulation on Wednesday, August 13th from 10am-1pm.  The simulation will involve driving a golf cart using “Fatal Vision Goggles” after the Kentucky Department of Transportation does a short presentation at the beginning of each hour.  Everyone is invited to come out to the parking lot that day to try out their driving skills using the goggles from 10am-1pm.
On a related note – for that day the back row of the parking lot will be blocked off as the simulation will be going on in that space.  Please plan to arrive to campus a few minutes earlier that Wednesday in case you need to park across the street and use the shuttle van to get to campus. 
Faculty members:  if you are interested in bringing your class to the presentations please let me know. 
Students: you are welcome to come during your breaks to the simulation but you will not be excused from class to attend. 
July 24
Attention September 2014 Grads!




Attention September 2014 Grads! Get ready for graduation! Come to the Oak Room on Wednesday, August 6th at 12:00-1:30 pm or 5:00-6:30 pm and receive graduation information and complete all of your requirements. Alumni Affairs will also be giving out some information as well as a gift to all grads!

Be sure to dress to impress! We will be taking head shots during the seminar. Culinary students MUST wear their chef hat and chef coat. Medical Assisting students MUST wear their medical assisting uniform.

If you are unable to attend or live out of state, be sure to check your email for the link to complete all mandatory paperwork online! Contact Autumn in Career Services ( if you have any questions.
July 16
Tutoring and Writing Center Information
Need a little help?
The Tutoring and Writing Center is here for you. 
See the attached schedule of tutoring hours available.  During those hours you can either make an appointment or drop by the TWC for assistance. 
Remember, ask for help early rather than late. It will make the quarter much more productive for you.
Please note:  The TWC is now open in the evenings to provide assistance for our evening students as well as our day students.
If you do not see a schedule that meets your specific needs, you can email to make any special requests.

July 14
Degree Audit Announcement

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July 08
Summer Carnival is tomorrow!

You do not need to wear professional dress clothes for tomorrow.  Instead, come in your favorite summer attire and be ready to have a good time!  Everything will be free tomorrow except for the dunk tank.  If you want a chance to dunk someone it’ll cost $1 for 3 balls.  The carnival will be from 12-3pm for day students and 5-6:30pm for evening students.  See you there!

July 02
Important Dates to Remember for the Quarter

Important Dates to Remember:
·         Drop/Add Opportunities –
o   Day classes:  You may drop and add classes up until the first class session (Monday) of Week Two.  You must sit in your classes no later than Monday of Week Two.
o   Evening classes:  You may drop and add classes up until the second class session of any evening class.  You must sit in your classes no later than the second class session of any evening class. However, Monday classes impacted by Monday Holidays must be attended during Week One.
o   Online classes:  You may add online classes up until 5:00 on Thursday of Week One.  To drop and online class without charge, you must drop up prior to midnight of the Sunday closing Week One.
o   Important:  Once the deadline for drop/add has passed for the pertinent class type, dropping a single class will result in your being charged 100% tuition for that class.
·         Graduate level advising for Upcoming Quarter Begins Week Five --
o   Contact your advisor to get approval for the classes you plan to take.
o   Register for your approved class schedule via the student portal
o   Beginning Week Ten you can print your next quarter schedule and purchase books.
·         Graduate Seminars take place on Wednesday of Week Six
o   All graduating students are required to attend.
o   Sessions are held from noon to 1:30 and from 5:00 to 6:30.
o   Graduating students will receive an email invitation from Career Services –with a link to follow and complete important forms prior to the event.
·         Week Seven Deadline to Receive a W Grade –
o   The deadline to drop a class and receive a W grade is the end of Week Seven (1 p.m. on Saturday).
o   All drop requests received after 1 p.m. on Saturday of Week Seven will receive WF grades – which calculate into your GPA as an F.
o   Either the W or WF grade will calculate into your completion rate.  Only the WF grade will impact your GPA.
o   If you determine that you must drop a course, please contact Academic Services.  You will need to speak with both Academic Services and Financial Planning prior to officially dropping a course.
·         Advising for Upcoming Quarter Begins Week Seven (undergraduate students)–
o   Check your email and student portal for important advising information.
o   Be sure all holds have been resolved.
o   Meet with your advisor to get approval for the classes you plan to take.
o   Register for your approved class schedule via the student portal
o   Beginning Week Ten you can print your next quarter schedule and purchase books.
Tips to Take Advantage of:
                If you are dropped from a class for non-attendance you earn an NF grade.  This calculates as an F in your GPA.  Up until the end of Week Seven you can change that NF to a W grade – which does not impact your GPA.  Either an NF or W will calculate into your completion rate, but the W grade will not impact your GPA.
June 30
Back to School Supplies Drive for One Parent Scholar House

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June 16
Summer Carnival
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Join us for the Summer Carnival on July 9th for both day and night students!  The 12-2pm classes will be cancelled for the day, and evening classes will start after 6:30pm.




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