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  • » College of Business Administration – Student Assistant Position Available

    August 15, 2014       Uncategorized        No Comments

    Student Communications Assistant, College of Business Administration   The College of Business Administration is seeking applicants for a part-time student Communications Assistant. The successful applicant will be an organized, self-directed person able to work as part of a team, multitask and collaborate with different constituencies, including students, faculty, staff and alumni. This student worker will be expected to…

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  • » Composition Skills Test – Dates and Times for Fall 2014

    August 04, 2014       Uncategorized        No Comments

    The Compositions Skills Test (CST) gauges a student’s ability in grammar, spelling, and punctuation. To become a major in the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, a student must pass the CST with a score of 70 percent (or 35 out of 50 questions) or greater. During the Fall 2014 semester, students who…

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  • » Fall 2014 Dates of Importance

    July 21, 2014       Uncategorized        No Comments

    Another academic year is quickly approaching. Below is helpful list of dates to take note of for the Fall semester. *Italics = academic dates   August 21/22 – Orientation & Enrollment for new students 25 – First day of Fall semester 28 – Union Expo and Activities Carnival 31- Last day to add a course…

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  • » Associated Press Sports Editors Scholarship

    May 08, 2014       Uncategorized        No Comments

    Please see the message below from Boston Globe sports editor, Joe Sullivan.   The Associated Press Sports Editors are sponsoring four $1,500 scholarship for collegiate sports journalists.  APSE, a national organization of sports editors, is awarding four scholarships to help motivate talented students to pursue a career in sports journalism. Collegiate sports journalists entering their…

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  • » Six Easy Steps to Enrollment for Fall 2014

    February 25, 2014       Uncategorized        No Comments

    There are two kinds of enrollment experiences. One is miserable, slow and difficult. The second is quick & easy. The first one is a result of not knowing what you need to take and being uniformed about how the process works. The second one is a result of doing the following. These six steps will…

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