Current Students

Classics

All entering students who have previously studied Ancient Greek or Latin will receive placement recommendations from the department. Any student wishing to enroll in 300-level Latin must take a Placement Test during New Student Orientation (it is not administered at any other time). Placements are our best guess, known to be fallible, subject to discussion, explanation, negotiation.

Chemistry


The Biology, Chemistry and Biological Chemistry majors are designed so that a student does not need to choose among them until registration for the fourth semester. Consult the previous sections on Biology and Biological Chemistry for more information. Students with AP/IB credit who plan to take organic chemistry (CHM221) in the second year must take CHM 210 their first year.

Biological Chemistry

 
The Biology, Chemistry and Biological Chemistry majors are designed so that a student does not need to choose among them until registration for the fourth semester. Students deciding among Biology, Chemistry and Biological Chemistry majors should take BIO 150 and CHM 129 (General Chemistry) during the first year - one course in the fall and one course in the spring.
 

Biology

The Biology, Chemistry, and Biological Chemistry majors are designed so that a student does not need to choose among them until registration for the fourth semester. Entering students who are deciding among these three majors should take BIO 150 and CHM 129 (General Chemistry) during the first year-one course in the fall and one course in the spring.
 

Art

 
The studio arts welcome students both with experience and without experience. Introductory studio classes are often overenrolled and preference is given to incoming First Years and declared Art majors. The Department advises all majors to go on an off-campus program, and to study a foreign language. We will work with you to create a 4-year plan to accommodate these goals.
 

Anthropology

The department requires that a student take at least one 200-level anthropology course before taking ANT 280. Students must have at least one 200 level course in cultural or linguistic anthropology to enroll in ANT 292.
 

Employees on the Move - March 18, 2014

Arrivals

Thomas Whitaker
Plant Custodian
Dept:  Facilities Management
Effective:  March 17
 
Susan Kriegel
Development Assistant
Dept:  Development and Alumni Relations
Regular, full-time, 12 mos., non-exempt
Effective: March 24
 
Michelle Tiemessen
Baker
10 mos. (mid-August – Mid June, excluding breaks), non-exempt
Dept:  Dining Services
Effective:  March 26
 
Justin Thaxton

Got Grit? Panel

Got Grit? Take a break from studying and learn how grit can help you succeed in stressful times. Join panelists from the faculty, writing lab, student affairs, athletics, CLS, SHACS, and wellness in discussing what it means to have grit and how you can persevere in tough times.

Tuesday, March 11th 

Noon-1 
ARH 305 

7:30pm-8:30pm 
Main Hall Lounge 
 

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