If you are an accounting major who took ACCT 205 as your first course (as opposed to ACCT 210 and 215) be sure to register for ACCT 317 (Cost Accounting) THIS FALL if you haven’t already taken that course. In the spring of 2010 ACCT 317 will change slightly to accommodate students in the new curriculum, so it’s important for those of you who took ACCT 205 to have that course done before next spring. Questions? Contact your business program advisor or any accounting faculty member.
Archive for March, 2009
Today is the last day to declare your major before registration.
For sophomores- You MUST declare your major if, by the end of the semester, you have earned 60 credits or more. If you do not, your registration time will be delayed.
To declare a business major, stop in MCH 128 and fill out a major field card at the front desk- no signature is required.
For all other students, if you have changed your major, but haven’t filled out a new card- do it today, so you can be assigned a faculty advisor in your concentration area.
Questions? Contact your Business Program Advisor:
Last names beginning with:
A-E Joanie Kyllo
F-K Betsy Lofgren
L-Q Heather English
R-Z Jesse Langer
Four-person team slots remain for Challenge Day 2009
A few slots for student-teams of four remain open for Challenge Day 2009.
Challenge Day is a two-part experience of interactive reflection, dialogue and writing on the individual impact we all play within our communities. Participants will be challenged to reflect upon the Tommie Pledge, UST’s core convictions, mission and mantra of “Challenge Yourself, Change Our World.”
All events take place on Thursday, March 19. Part 1 takes place over convo hour from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. and includes lunch and faculty-led dialogues. Part 2 is from 5 to 7 p.m. and includes dinner and guests Dr. Buffy Smith, UST faculty, and the Rev. Karen McKinney, Bethel University faculty, for continued dialogue and activities that enhance the capacity of participants to be better equipped to meet future challenges.
A Challenge Day T-shirt will be provided to all participants. Registration is almost full – but students are still able to register in teams of four people by the end of today, Monday, March 9.
For more information, visit the Campus Life Web site, or contact one of the following staff planning members:
Dr. Corrine Carvalho
This event is sponsored by Multicultural Student Services, Campus and Residence Life and the Luann Dummer Center for Women.
Application deadlines pass daily! This spring the Career Development Center will host employers looking to fill entry-level positions and internships for Summer ’09. Find out more about this helpful program and see if On-Campus Interviewing is right for you! Check out the list of participating employers and opportunities for companies coming to campus by visiting the Career Development Center’s website at http://www.stthomas.edu/careerdevelopment/oci/default.html
Remember, career staff can help you identify career areas of interest, coach you on your internship or job search, review résumés and letters, and prepare you for interviews. Call (651) 962-6761 for an appointment.