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March 10
Book List

Check out the link below to see an updated Book List for the Spring Quarter 2015!


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February 20
It's the end of week seven...

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January 21
Don't Forget to Complete your 2015-2016 FAFSA

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January 20
Degree Audit Announcement

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January 12
Important Dates to Remember from Academic Services
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.
·        Degree Audits for students planning to graduate at the end of Spring 2015 begin Week Three
o   Contact Academic Services to set up an appointment for your degree audit.
o   At your degree audit you will be able to register for your final quarter classes,.
o   At your degree audit you will learn about important activities in which you must participate to be prepared for graduation.
·        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.
                If you are dropped from a class for non-attendance but you have been actively engaged, you can ask your instructor to reinstate you into the class.  It is the instructor’s decision whether or not to allow you back into the class.  Much of that determination will be based on whether or not they project you can still be successful in the class. So, if you want back in, show them you are still in engaged.  Turn in your homework; Demonstrate you are still working on a project; Do what you need to do to be successful.

January 12
Skiing/Snowboarding/Tubing Trip ::: January 24th 2015

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Join Student Life at Perfect North Slopes on Saturday, January 24th for our Skiing, Snowboarding and Tubing Trip!  The trip will cost $24 and will include transportation to and from Perfect North, ski lift passes, rentals, and a lesson for new skiers or snowboarders.   If you’re interested in bringing an outside guest their trip cost will be $48.  This will be a full day trip, so please bring additional money for snacks at their café.
We already have 18 people signed up for this year’s trip, so reserve your spot today!  The sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board outside room 148, and the money is due by Tuesday, January 20th
Interested in seeing pictures from last year’s trip?  Check out pictures on the Student Life Facebook page here!
December 11
Important Financial Information

It is almost time to fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can potentially obtain more grant money to help you pay for college! Don’t forget that in order to receive the Kentucky Tuition Grant (KTG) and other State or Federal Grants you must complete your FAFSA in the month of January!  The school code for Sullivan University is:  004619.  Contact the Financial Planning Office if you have questions or need assistance.
December 02
Attention Student Veterans!
Warpaint FinalAbout the Competition

Student Veterans of America is pleased to invite student veteran artists to take part in the first national art competition for student veterans: 'Student Veterans Present: Warpaint'. The goal of this competition is to recognize and encourage artistic talent amongst Post-9/11 veterans, and to highlight the experiences of our generation.The top 40 winning works will be unveiled at the National Veterans Center in Washington DC on March 26th. The first place winner of this competition will be rewarded a $1,500 scholarship as well as an all-expense paid trip to Washington DC for the March unveiling. Additionally, two finalists will be awarded $500 and given discounts to travel to DC for the unveiling.


Interested in finding out more?


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November 17
Blood Drive!

​Blood Drive: Monday, December 8th on Campus from 9am-2pm

Sign up today!  The sign up sheet is on the Bulletin Board outside room 140.


November 17
Emergency Notification System - Update your info today!

In the coming days, we will be changing providers for our emergency notification system.  As with our current system, students may be notified by email, or text.  The great news about the new system is that you will not have to maintain a separate registration.  Our new provider will allow us to directly upload student contact information into their system and save you the hassle of having to maintain updated information in two places.  One critical step to the implementation of this new system will obviously be ensuring that we have current contact information for each and every student.  Therefore, we are asking that everyone validate their personal contact information on the student portal as soon as possible but  no later than Wednesday, November 19, 2014


Updating your information in the portal is a simple and fast process:

·         Go to your student portal or

·         Click “User Login”  

·         My info tab

·         Update/enter your contact information, particularly your personal wireless number

·         Click “Request Change”


If you do not know your username or password,  click on “Forgot your User Id” or “Forgot your Password”



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