If your department has not returned their completed Chemical Inventory, please do so as soon as possible. Also, if your department did not receive an email concerning Chemical Inventory, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may leave a message 931-221-7458. Thank you,
We will be having four more parent information sessions for Jr. Govs Camp on Tuesday, May 21 and Wednesday, May 22, at 6 & 6:30 pm. These sessions are open to those who have already registered, as well as those who are not yet registered. Spots are still open for Jr. Govs Summer Camp, so sign up your family up today for a summer packed with fun & learning!
Take a few minutes to visit the new permanent Student Publications photo exhibition in the Morgan University Center! Located next to the Student Publications office (MUC 111), the exhibition features images captured by the student photographers. Images will rotate occasionally.
Graduating in August with your first Bachelor's degree? Sign up now for Senior Exit Exam testing. Visit IRE's website for the schedule of 25 test sessions, answers to frequently asked questions and online registration.
Are you returning in the fall and want to get involved now? Apply with The All State to serve in a number of positions from Advertising Manager and Circulation Manager or even as a writer or photographer! Visit the link below to learn about Student Publications and apply today! Positions are paid in scholarships.
Greek is the gateway to standing on the bedrock of western civilization. Science, mathematics, literature, philosophy, art, architecture, music all begin with the Greeks. Come learn to read Homer or the New Testament in Greek! GREK 1010-03 CRN 3075
Important Bursar dates are now posted. You can pull the documents from the website below. Please review for the dates to utilize the bookstore debit program, last day to confirm, last day to submit a fee waiver and other pertinent Bursar dates.
It's not too late to sign up for Greek or Latin for fall. Also Mythology-CLAS 3310-is open for summer and fall. If you liked the Lysistrata, come study Greek and read it in the original language. Or take Greek Civ and read it in English. If you want a job, learn Latin! Teaching jobs open in almost every state. You will learn English grammar really well and never worry about who/whom again! Try it!
The soap operas have nothing on the ancient Greek gods! Take Greek Mythology in summer I, CLAS 3310-W11 CRN 1867. Education, English, History, Music, Theater, Psychology, and just for fun as an upper div elective. Learn the real stories, not the Disney version!
Any of the CSA's Summer Youth Camps can be registered for by making a $50 non-refundable deposit. The remaining balance will be due one week prior to the start of the camp. Please consider enrolling your child in one or more of these amazing camps!