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  • Albers Award Recipients

    Posted by Sheryn Crater on 5/22/2013 08:59:34 AM

    Please join us in congratulating all of the Albers Awards Recipients, who were recognized at the Albers Awards Ceremony on May 10th, 2013. 

    SERVICE AWARDS:

    Spirit of Albers Award:  Christopher Clem

    Albers Undergraduate Service Award:  Jonas Harris

    UNDERGRADUATE CLUB AWARDS:

    Scholarship Key Award ALPHA KAPPA PSI:  Saara Janmohamed

    Impact Award ASCEND:  Eva Mei

    Outstanding Leader Award BETA ALPHA PSI:  Michael Watson

    Leadership Award INFORMATION SYSTEMS CLUB:  Taryn Kane

    Leadership Award GLOBAL BUSINESS CLUB:  Samantha Aw

    Leadership Award MARKETING CLUB:  Lin Wilson

    Club Leadership Award ENACTUS:  Jonas Harris

    Leadership Award BUSINESS ETHICS CLUB:  William Adams

    SCHOLASTIC AWARDS:

    Academic Achievement Award OUTSTANDING FRESHMAN:  Loc Cao

    Academic Achievement Award OUTSTANDING SOPHOMORE:  Quinn Annand

    Woodrow R. Clevinger Award OUTSTANDING JUNIOR:  Mitchell Chinn

    Paul A. Volpe Award OUTSTANDING SENIOR:  Kalison Shilvock

    Academic Achievement Award OUTSTANDING TRANSFER:  Ha V. Nguyen

     

     

    REGISTRATION WEEK~IMPORTANT NEWS

    Posted by Sheryn Crater on 5/17/2013 09:27:34 AM

    Summer Registration has begun!  Fall registration starts next week on May 20th.  Please make sure you check your SU online account for your registration appointment and check your student restrictions to make sure you have no barriers to registering.  ALL students should check their STUDENT RESTRICTIONS to make sure the do not have an Advising Hold.  ALL students (even seniors) had a hold placed on their account to make sure you meet with an advisor to discuss the new Core requirements.  We have had walk-ins all quarter to try to accomodate all of the students.  Walk-in hours will be slightly different the week of May 20th. 

    REGISTRATION WEEK WALK-INS:

    MONDAY:  9:00 am-11:30 am

    TUESDAY-THURSDAY:  9:00 am -11:30 am & 12:30 pm-2:30 pm

    Please understand that the advisors have been working hard to meet with all of the students this quarter and we have done the best we can to accomodate you.  We are expecting busier than normal walk-ins, so please be patient with us as we try to see everyone.  If you have a registration appointment after the walk-in hours listed, please check with an advisor to see if we can work with you. 

     

    CHANGES TO LOOK FOR WHEN SCHEDULING:

    There have been a few courses that have had their pre-fix changed.  They are the same courses, just different pre-fix:

    MGMT 280 has been changed to BCOM 280

    MGMT 320 has been changed to INBU 320

    MGMT 486 has been changed to INBU 486

    Core requirements are now listed under UCOR, please see an advisor to discuss specific courses you should be searching for.

     

    Albers Awards Reception ~ Advising Period Information

    Posted by Sheryn Crater on 5/2/2013 11:32:07 AM

     

    Students: Don't forget to RSVP for the Albers Award Reception, by Friday, May 3rd!

    Albers Graduate and Undergraduate Programs cordially invite you to attend the annual Albers Awards Reception on Friday, May 10, 2013.  It will be in Pigott Auditorium from 4:00 pm-6:00 pm.  Please RSVP (including number of guests) by May 3rd, 2013.  Call 206-296-5700 or email albersawards@seattleu.edu

    ADVISING PERIOD INFORMATION:

    Midterms may be upon you, or you may have just been through them, but summer and fall should also be on your mind right now!  It is ADVISING PERIOD!  This means you should be scheduling an appointment with your advisor to discuss your long term plan and courses for the fall and/or summer quarter.  The 2013-14 schedule of courses is now live on SU online, so you can begin planning for next quarter.  A few reminders:

    FRESHMEN: 

    You must schedule an appointment with your Academic Advisor to discuss your long term plan or develop a long term plan.  Your advising hold will not be lifted unless you meet with an advisor in an appointment.  Our walk-in hours are not appropriate times to discuss this and get your hold released.

    You should be studying for and scheduling your date to complete the EXCEL LEVEL I CERTIFICATION.  This requirement is to be fulfilled by the time you have completed 45 credits.  Information regarding the certification can be found on the Albers website

    TRANSFERS:   

    If this is your first or second quarter at Seattle University, you must meet with an advisor in an appointment to go over your long term plan and discuss courses for the summer or fall quarter.  You will not be able to register until this hold is released. 

    If you have not passed the EXCEL LEVEL I CERTIFICATION and this is your second (or more) quarter at Seattle University, you should have a registration hold on your account.  If you have the Excel hold on your account and you have not passed the certification by the time summer and/or fall registration begin you will need to see an advisor to register.  This could delay your registration.  Please make sure that you are checking your student restrictions leading up to Registration Period and before you see an advisor.

    ALL STUDENTS: 

    Reminder:  All students should have received a hold on their account for the new Core Requirements. We have several walk-in hours for you to discuss this with an advisor.  This is the only hold we will release during walk-ins.  If you have an advising hold because you are a freshman, transfer student or have a hold regarding probation, you will need to schedule an appointment.  If you are unsure if you have this hold, you can check your restrictions on SU online.