Patty Mitchell (Mary)
April 3, 2011
Article 5: AARP Tax-Aide Program
The AARP Tax-Aide Program prepares income tax returns for the local community with special attention to people over the age of 60 with low income.
Plan to complete your intent to graduate form one year before graduation. You will not be penalized in any way if you take longer than one year to actually graduate! So if you plan to graduate Spring 09, your intent to graduate should be submitted by the end of this semester, [which is rapidly approaching]. Your intent to graduate form triggers correspondence from the Registrar’s office giving students guidance regarding courses still needed to complete all graduation requirements. This is an important time to have a complete and accurate list of remaining graduation requirements; it allows students two semesters to complete their work. Ultimately, students must advocate for themselves and not overly depend on their academic advisor.
The Application for Graduation form can be found on the Registrar's website, click on the link, Forms.
As you look for courses, there are some changes beginning Fall 2008 to be aware of:BUS 2202 Personal Finance to: FIN 2202
Some course prerequisites are changing, requiring at least 20 earned credits to enroll in some upper division [3000+] courses.
There is also a NEW business program starting Fall 2008. Only a Business Administration degree will be open for enrollment beginning in Fall 2008. Students currently enrolled in a business emphasis will not be affected in any way by this change!
The new business program is being sent to you for your consideration. Students can elect to move to the new program by advisement. Big changes are,
The faculty have invested time and thought into the changes you see to better focus on student learning.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me, firstname.lastname@example.org, or come by my office. It is an honor to work with you.
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