Paws to Care has eight kittens available for adoption (or a foster home until a permanent home is found) and needs someone who is willing to work with a young feral cat. Our goal is to reduce or at least stabilize the campus cat population. Updates on our progress and photos of the kittens available can be found at the website.
Are you looking to stay active this summer? Get your physical activity in before the heat hits! Join UREC for a morning walk Wednesdays, through July 31, at 7:15 am. The Walking Group will meet at the Library gazebo and walk one of the three GovTrails.
There are still spots available for the Adventure Recreation Red River Canoeing trip on Saturday, June 22. Come spend the day on this local and scenic river. The cost of the trip is $25 for students. Lunch and transportation are provided. The deadline to has been extended to Wednesday, June 19. This trip is open to families
Come out and enjoy “Despicable Me” with the family! Movie will start at 8:30pm this Wednesday, June 19 at the Library Bowl (rain location, MUC Ballroom). FREE cotton candy, popcorn, and drinks for the first 125 attendees! Get there early, get a good spot, and don’t forget something comfy to sit on! This event is open to AP students, faculty, staff, and families.
D2L will be unavailable on Sunday, June 23 from 12AM CT until 6AM CT due to scheduled maintenance. If you have any questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
Whether you want to climb up the corporate ladder, shift sideways to a different area, or even tackle new challenges in a position tailored to your skills, you need to practice Proactive Career Management. Please use the link to register June 18 from 10 AM to 11 AM. IAAP CEU Credit.
Extended and Distance Education will be hosting it's fourth workshop, YouTube, in the Social Media & Netwroking seminar series. Find out how to utilize this online public communication network to your advantage! For more information or to register for the workshop please call the number listed.
Help the Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center to support our community with donations. We are accepting , but not limited to: nonperishable food items, new/slightly used clothing in adult or children's sizes, and hygiene products. Please see flyer for complete information. All donations are appreciated.
Students, Advisors! A few seats remain in Elementary Greek and Latin. LATN 1010-01 3221 has 10 seats, LATN 1010-15 3875 has 2 seats, GREK 1010-03 3075 has 7 seats. If you need a language and want something different, try Greek or Latin. Pre-med, any science, pre-law, English, history, archaeology, all benefit from studying Greek and Latin. Honors students, take the challenge! Go Greek For Real!
Preserving the history of the African-American culture is one of the main pillars of the WNDAACC. In addition, by promoting fellowship, diversity awareness and academic excellence, the Center becomes a place for students to strive for achievement. You are invited to help the Center uphold a commitment to students. All support is appreciated. Faculty and staff have a payroll deduction available.