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Classes begin next Tuesday; we are looking forward to seeing you again. If you are not yet registered or need any help, let us know! Our contact info is listed below. Some other business-related messages:
A message from the Business Office:
- Spring ’15 Tuition Due: Payment or Payment arrangement must be made with the Business Office by the posted due date [last week] for all pre-registered students. Students who register after the due date must make payment arrangements at the time of registration to avoid additional fines and finance charges.
- Students may contact the Business Office by:
- Telephone: 650-508-3565
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (you must use your student email address when emailing NDNU offices)
- Stop by office: Monday – Friday 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., Friday 9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
A message from the Financial Aid Office: The 2015-2016 FAFSA applications are available. Read more here from our new Director of Financial Aid.
A message from the Registrar: Please check the Student Tab on the Campus Portal for your most up-to-date class schedule and grades. The Student Tab is where instructors enter your official midterm and final grades for each semester. [Note that Intensive, 7-week classes do not give mid-term grades.] Please do not refer to the Academics tab’s Grade book unless specifically asked to by your instructor.
A message from your advisers: Be sure that you have your syllabus, textbooks, and are working on your first night’s assignment. You can always find a link to the syllabi under the “helpful links” tab above or here. If your class is not listed, please contact your instructor directly. Ask us if you have questions; we are here to help:
Therese Madden: email@example.com
Lillian Barden: firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy King: email@example.com
Vicki Silver: firstname.lastname@example.org
Room numbers will be posted soon; stay tuned!
We will have an informational forum tomorrow (Wednesday) night at 6:30 at Sobrato, which is at 350 Twin Dolphins Drive. Love your program and want to share it with family, friends, or co-workers? This is a chance to do so while we brag about how awesome you are! (NDNU even offers an amazon gift certificate award to students who refer potential students, so check that out!)
(Pictured are recent graduates, posing after their capstone class.)
Yes, it is break week, but don’t you miss being on campus? We miss you! Here are some opportunities to learn, to connect, to meet new people…
Wednesday, October 22, 7PM, Cunningham Memorial Chapel. FREE: Dr. Sakena Yacoobi will be speaking about Women’s Education and Empowerment in Afganistan. Spread the word; this is open to the public and looks to be inspiring, challenging, and very worthwhile. (Click on the image to enlarge it.)
Thursday, October 23, 4-5:30. Pink Ribbons, Inc., a documentary film will be screened in the Sr. Dorothy Stang Conference Room (behind the Chapel). This movie poses challenging questions about where funds are going, the origins of breast cancer, and more. “Women who are fighting for their lives are also fighting to reclaim the true meaning of the pink ribbon.” Read more on the flyer:
Friday, October 24 at 5PM in the Gellert Library: the library announces:
Stay tuned for more… classroom assignments will be posted before Monday!
Need to improve your study skills? Confused about APA requirements for a paper? Struggling with writing or research strategies? The University Center at Cañada College and the A2B Program offers a series of FREE evening workshops that can help.
Open to all and free!
See information below and on the attached: Canada Workshop Flyer Fall 2014
Human Services: Judy King (email@example.com) or Dr. Therese Madden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Intensive Business: Vicki Silver (email@example.com) or Dr. Lillian Barden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Liberal Studies: Dr. Helene LaRoche-Davis (email@example.com)
Have any questions about finishing your program? Submit a question and we’ll answer it as part of our October “ask an advisor” series.
If you know anyone who has been thinking of going back to school to finish a degree, let him or her know that now is the time. Admissions even offers an Amazon gift card to current students who refer a new student… a perk to keep in mind. If you need more than your own experience to convince a friend to give us a call, try sharing this recent feedback from students who graduated last May.
Human Services: Dr. Therese Madden, firstname.lastname@example.org or Judy King, email@example.com
Business: Dr. Lillian Barden, firstname.lastname@example.org or Vicki Silver, email@example.com
Liberal Studies: Dr. Helene Laroche-Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org
This video comes courtesy of a Facebook recommendation from alum Anikka Goodman and is an inspiration video about being motivated, reslilient, and persistent using the voices and messages of inspiring women in the areas of politics (both perspectives), sports, literature, and Hollywood. Thanks, Anikka!
A great back-to-school message; looking forward to seeing you in class right after Labor Day!
Welcome back! You can find your classroom assignments below and syllabi at this link.
Don’t forget to rsvp for the 25th Anniversary of the PSP Program (Human Services and Evening Business), coming up on Friday, March 21. A great opportunity to network with alumni and see your favorite instructors.
See you soon….
Business Policy/Barden: CU 1
Contemporary Professional Writing/Larragoiti/SM207
Human Relations in Organizations/Davis Wick/CU 11
Islam: Faith & Practice/Lipowitz/SM207
Managing Cultural Diversity/Madden/CU22
Prof Ethics and Social Responsibility/CU23
Tuesday at Canada
Operations and Info Tech Systems/Freeman/5-227
History of Systems of Psychology/Nyland/5-221
Legal Environment of Business/Freeman/CU1
Wednesday at Canada
Wednesday at Mission
Marketing for NonProfits/Barsi/MT18A
Human Services Financial Management/Kaplan/CU22
Philosophy of Science/Rende/SM203
Entrepreneurial Marketing and Mangement/Tau/CU23
Way of the Earth/Matevia/CU23
Image courtesy myniceprofile.com
Tonight! Thursday, February 20 at 7:30, San Francisco novelist K.M. Soehnlein will be reading at Wiegand Gallery. Reception to follow. These are wonderful events, interesting, informative… and free. Flyer attached!
Human Services: Judy King (email@example.com) or Therese Madden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Intensive Business: Vicki Silver (email@example.com) or Lillian Barden (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Summer/Fall registration will begin on March 17; stay tuned for more information about how to register.
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