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Office of the Registrar
Friday, October 11th
First Block classes end
Thursday, October 17th
Mid-semester grades for new freshman only - submission of grades to Registrar’s Office
Monday, October 21st
End of free add/drop period for second block. “W” grade and corresponding tuition charges will apply after this date.
Wednesday, October 30th
Last day to add a class with departmental permission for second block
This Week’s Scheduled Events
Monday, September 30th
CoE Meeting – 3:30-5:00 pm in Memorial Hall Auditorium
Tuesday, October 1st
Wednesday, October 2nd
Thursday, October 3rd
Advisory Council will NOT meet today
Friday, October 4th
VACTE/ATE-VA Fall Conference
Florence Elston Inn and Conference Center -Sweet Briar College
The VACTE/ATE-VA Fall Conference is scheduled for October 3-4 at Sweet Briar College. The theme for the fall conference is A Call to Action: Charting our Future. The keynote speaker, Dr. Randy Barrack is Executive Director of the Virginia Association of Secondary School Principals and President of the Virginia Foundation for Educational Leadership. The conference will include sessions to examine strategies for framing our message and influencing legislation impacting education. Follow the link below to register for the conference:
JMU Graduate Outreach Program presents: Dr. Tim Rasinski, from Kent State University. Dr. Rasinski will give a presentation
on Fluency Today. All are welcome to this free event! Location: Memorial Hall Auditorium, 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Book sales/signing to follow! QUESTIONS? Contact Marianne Baker: firstname.lastname@example.org
October 4th & 5th
Scholarship Breakfast – 8:30 am – 10:00 am in Ballroom A of the Festival
Saturdays – October 19th and November 9th
Academic Open House
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