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April 11, 2013

Radford University On-Site Admissions

Radford University On-Site Admissions

Date:  Thursday, April 18th 2013  

Contact Steven Chichester in the Advising & Retention Office (Chapman Hall C105) to register.  You must bring your completed application and ALL transcripts in order to register for the event.

What to Bring  

-          Completed online or paper application to Radford.

-          Your personal statement (optional)  and $50 application fee or fee waiver (if completing the paper application)

-          Bring official transcripts from ALL colleges & universities previously attended (unofficial transcripts will not be reviewed)

-          Bring official high school transcripts (necessary for students with fewer than 24 transferable credits or do not have college level math)

-          If you have fewer than 24 transferable hours of credit, bring copies of your ACT and/or SAT test scores

-   What Happens at On-Site Admissions

  • You will meet with an admissions representative
  • You will receive an admissions decision
  • You may find out more about transfer scholarships
  • You may learn about the details for placement exams, transfer orientation and  academic advising
  • You may get information about campus resources to help you succeed at the University

For more information, call the Radford Office of Admissions at 540-831-5371, or e-mail: admissions@radford.edu

Hot Topic, April 17

JUST TESTING

WHEN:  Wednesday, April 17; 1:00 p.m.
WHERE:  Webber 307
FACILITATOR:  Ms. Edna Whittier

With final exams coming up soon, you will find this workshop to be very helpful!

This session centers mostly on skill techniques for multiple choice tests, but will also cover general testing skills for any kind of test. Test distractions, test anxiety, math test skills and essay test skills will be included if students have questions on those test subjects.

Retention Services Office
Chapman Hall 105
(540) 857-7583

Spring Fling – Next Week!

Virginia Western’s Spring Fling 2013!

Relax and enjoy Virginia Western's Annual Spring Event!

Friday, April 19
11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Court of Four Seasons (in front of Brown Library)
Everything is Free!

Activities
Make Your Own License Plates
Wax Hands
Spin Art Frisbees
Zumba Demo at 11:30 am
Live Music!

Picnic Lunch and Homestead Creamery Ice Cream

Student Organizations & Campus Departments

Businesses/Community Organizations
Special giveaways and promotions for students!

Spring Fling Art Show
Juried Student Art Show on the Pedestrian Bridge from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Opportunity to win cash prizes! Pick up an entry form in the Art Gallery!

For more information - contact Natasha Lee, Student Activities Coordinator at 857-6326 or nlee@virginiawestern.edu

Silver Linings Playbook – Next Week!

Get a second chance to see Silver Linings Playbook - an Oscar nominated film!

Popcorn available before the show! Admission is FREE for everyone!

Silver Linings Playbook

After a stay in a psychiatric hospital, former teacher Pat Solitano moves back in with his parents and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife. Things get more challenging when Pat meets Tiffany, a mysterious girl with problems of her own.

Wednesday, April 17

2 PM

Whitman Theater

For more information, contact Student Activities Coordinator Natasha Lee at nlee@virginiawestern.edu or 857-6326.

Navigate: Get THERE through Team Advising

Do you know that this is the title of our Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)?  Do you want to know the details of this proposed plan?  Do you want to be involved with this project next year?
Come find out more information at the following sessions which are open to all faculty, staff, and students.  Refreshments will be provided.
  • Monday, April 8 12-1 pm in W308
  • Thursday, April 11 2-3 pm in W310
 
If you have questions, comments, or concerns about Navigate: Get THERE through Team Advising, please contact Kristel Clark, QEP Coordinator, at kclark@virginiawestern.edu or 540-857-6218.

Advising and Registration Help for Summer 2013

Registration for summer classes begins on Friday, April 12. Advising and registration assistance will be available from 8:00 to 3:00 in the Business Science Building room 317 and Business Science building room 320. Students in General Studies, Liberal Arts, Social Sciences, Administration of Justice, Human Services, Communication Design or Early Childhood Education should go to room 317. All other program of studies should go to room 320. All academic advisors from Chapman Hall and some faculty advisors will be located in the Business Science rooms on Friday. Summer is a great time to take a couple of classes to get you closer to your degree!

Virginia Western Theatre Presents

This weekend, Director Ami Trowell (Big Lick Conspiracy) and Virginia Western Theatre will proudly present Almost, Maine, a quirky comedy about love under the northern lights that promises to warm even the most snowed-in of hearts. So toss on your snow boots, grab your loved ones and come support your campus theater....just watch for moose along the way

  • WhitmanTheater
  • Sat April 13th-8pm
  • Sun April 14th- 2pm
  • Free!

Almost, Maine, by John Cariani- On a cold, clear, moonless Friday night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine. As the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, residents of Almost find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways. Knees are bruised; hearts are broken; love is lost, found, and confounded. Almost, Maine inventively explores the mysteries of the human heart, touching audiences with laughter, heartbreak and hope.

For more info, please visit the theatre's main page: http://www.virginiawestern.edu/theatre/index.php