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August 2015

August 3: Fall Open Enrollment: Fall Open Enrollment Begins. MORE >


August 3: Fall Open Enrollment: Fall Open Enrollment Begins


 

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August 3: 2015 Children's Poetry Camp:

2015 Children's Poetry Camp

August 3–7, 2015—Rising third to eighth graders (ages 7 to 13) come together for our 11th annual Children’s Poetry Camp with this year’s theme of “Construction Zone: Building Meaning.″ This day camp (no overnight stay) for both girls and boys starts at 9am and concludes at 2pm each day on the JMU campus in Memorial Hall.

Our program includes age-appropriate workshops on writing, movement (including yoga and hip hop), visual art, and rhythm-making. This is an integrated arts camp with an emphasis on expression, inclusion, and fun. Join us for a week of creativity this summer!

Registration fee is $75. Lunch and snacks are provided, and scholarships are available upon request by sending an email to furiousflower@jmu.edu.

Each of our workshops is taught by a professional who is assisted by three camp counselors, which ensures a 1:4 ratio of adults to children (no more than 15 children per workshop). Children attend three workshops a day, and our goal is to inspire them to discover all the ways they can be creative with words: through writing, dance, music, art, and more. On Friday, the last day of camp, we celebrate with a grand finale performance and art show.

 

Step 1.

Register for Poetry Camp

Step 2.

 
 
Forms due: June 29, 2015

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To see our schedule and review this year's workshops,
please visit http://www.jmu.edu/furiousflower/2015-camp-workshops.
(This information is also included in the forms you can download above.)

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2014 Poetry Camper in
 
 
Presented by
Furious Flower Poetry Center at JMU
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August 4: 4 payment fall semester plan deadline: Today is the last day to enroll in the 4 payment installment plan with the first payment being withdrawn on August 5th. The payment plan runs from July 5th to November 5th for the fall semester. Signing up for the installment plan after this date will result in the budgeted amount being broken up into 3 payments. MORE >


August 4: First fall semester statements available: The first statements for the fall 2015 semester should be available on this day and posted to Madison Money Manager (M3). Emails will be sent out to all students and authorized users with a statement posted to the student's account. MORE >


August 4: Emotional Intelligence (TD1753):

Location: Wine-Price Building

Workshop Description: Emotional intelligence (EQ) provides a way to understand, assess and control emotions. Knowing what emotional intelligence is and knowing how to develop emotional intelligence to improve your life are two different things. This workshop will provide information on emotional intelligence as well as focus on how to develop it.

In this workshop participants will:

  • Assess their EQ
  • Explore and discuss emotional intelligence
  • Select strategies for developing emotional intelligence
  • Develop an EQ action plan

This workshop is based on the book Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry, Jean Greaves and Patrick Lencioni

Presented by: Suzanne Vance, Training Coordinator

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August 4: VALIC One-On-One Counseling Sessions:

Let VALIC help you make financial decisions that are right for you. Schedule an appointment today with a consultant to discuss your personal financial situation on a confidential basis. They will be available to discuss how to help meet you financial goals with products, such as mutual funds and annuities, or other financial matters you have. Sessions start at 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and will be held on the 3rd floor of the Wine Price building, North Campus, 752 Ott Street.

To schedule an appointment in advance call (888) 477-2680 or email sean.lankard@valic.com or email michael.cooley@valic.com or by phone at (800) 892-5558 Ext. 88900

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August 4: SWaM Opportunities Vendor Fair:

12:30-3:30 p.m.
Grand Ballroom, Festival Conference and Student Center

The vendor displays by small businesses, woman-owned and minority-owned businesses will spotlight new opportunities for your purchasing dollars. The fair offers an excellent opportunity to develop new supplier relationships or strengthen existing relationships with personal contact.

Parking is available in C11, C12 and D3 lots. Sponsored by JMU Procurement Services.

For more information on the fair, which is open to the public, contact Jenny Mantz at mantzjd@jmu.edu. Free.

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August 4: Finding Focus: Managing Multiple Priorities (TD2038):

Note: This workshop contains entirely new content and is not the same as TD1299: Managing Multiple Priorities.

Location: Wine-Price Building

Description: Time management is more than just having an organized desk and using an Outlook calendar.  Sometimes it feels like we are doing all the “right” things, but we look back and we haven’t accomplished anything we’d hoped to do.  Learn techniques to make that feeling disappear by figuring out what matters most to you and creating a new kind of To-Do List to help you make sure things really get done. 

In this workshop participants will:

  • Review basic personal time management strategies
  • Commit to 5 Focus Areas to help decide where to devote your time and create a more effective to-do list
  • Identify the 5 Processes of Project Management to better manage projects and individuals
  • Distinguish ways to say no to projects and people using your 5 Focus Areas
  • Describe potential crises and formulate potential solutions
  • Develop an action plan for better time management

Presented by: Jennifer Campfield, Director, Training and Development

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August 5: August payment plan payment: The August payment plan payment will be automatically withdrawn from the checking account or credit card set up for use on the plan. MORE >


August 5: Performance Management Information Sessions for Supervisors of Classified Employees (TD1181):

Location: Wine-Price Building

Workshop Description: These sessions will cover the supervisors need to know items related to the performance evaluation process and a “crash course” overview of the performance management tools for classified employees. Content of the session includes the key dates and timelines, best practices for performance management, and important reminders related to the process. Employees are welcome to attend.

Presented by: Jenny Toth, JMU Human Resources

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August 5: Arboretum Summer Brown-Bag Lunch Lecture Series:

Noon-1 p.m.
Pavilion, Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

Dr. Katrina Gobetz, associate professor of biology at JMU, presents “Bats, Our Night Visitors.”

For information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum or call (540) 568-3194.

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August 6: TIAA-CREF One-On-One Counseling Sessions:

Let TIAA-CREF help you make financial decisions that are right for you. Schedule an appointment today with a consultant to discuss your personal financial situation on a confidential basis. They will be available to discuss how to help meet you financial goals with products, such as mutual funds and annuities, or other financial matters you have. Sessions start at 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and will be held on the 3rd floor of the Wine Price building, North Campus, 752 Ott Street.

To schedule an appointment call (866) 842-2044 or log on to www.tiaa-cref.org/moc.

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August 6: The FISH! Philosophy (TD1063):

Location: Wine-Price Building

Workshop Description: The FISH! Philosophy uses four principles to create a work environment where employees are alive, engaged and committed. These principles (Be There, Play, Make Their Day and Choose Your Attitude) focus on the idea that organizations are successful when each individual is successful. How does this happen? Well, you can start by having fun! As the creator of the philosophy states, “work made fun gets done".

In this workshop, participants will:

  • learn the 4 Fish! Principles
  • generate ideas to apply principles to their workplace
  • have fun!

This workshop is based on the book FISH! A Proven Way To Boost Morale And Improve Results by Stephen C. Lundin, Harry Paul, John Christenson and Ken Blanchard

Presented by: Debby Boyle, IT Help Desk Manager, IT - Computing Support

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August 7: Summer Sessions Ends - GR 2nd Six, Eight and Twelve Week:

Final Exams will be held on the last day of class or as arranged by the instructor.

Graduate
2nd Six Week
Eight Week
Twelve Week

 

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August 10: 2015 Gandhi Center Peace Camp:

Taking place the week before the beginning of fall semester, this volunteer-run peace camp advocates lessons of nonviolence, nonviolent conflict resolution, morality, social responsibility, shared human experience, and the planet's natural environment. The camp is $65 and engages children ages 6-13 through a variety of exciting activities from 9:30am-2:00pm. It is hosted at the Boys and Girls Club (open until 5:00pm) at 620 Simms Avenue. 

Last year, about forty of the approximately one hundred campers were on scholarship as members of the Harrisonburg refugee community. To enroll in the 2015 Summer Peace Camp, complete the 2015 Registration Form and Boys and Girls Club Policy (featured in English and Spanish). Please note enrollment may be limited.

The center is also looking for volunteers to assist in the camp this summer. If interested, complete the Volunteer Application Form and contact Camp Director Madiha Patel at patel3mx@jmu.edu or Gandhi Center Director Terry Beitzel at beitzetd@jmu.edu

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August 11: Closed for Professional Development: The Office of the Registrar will be closed on Tuesday, August 11th for professional development.  We will reopen on Wednesday, August 12th at 8 a.m.


 

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August 11: Storytime in the Understory:

11 a.m.-noon
Edith J. Carrier Arboretum

The monthly program helps children develop an understanding of the importance of nature from children’s literature selections. Bring a picnic blanket or lawn chairs and a brown-bag picnic lunch for after storytime.

For more information, check http://www.jmu.edu/arboretum.

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August 11: Student Employment Essentials:

Workshop Focus: News & Updates; Interviewing & Hiring Tips; Hiring Paperwork; Lump Sum After Completions; Timesheet Training

Course#: TD1463

Location: Wine Price, 3rd Floor, Inspirations B

Workshop Description:

Whether you are a new or seasoned supervisor of student employees, this workshop will focus on the student employment process/hiring paperwork, supervising student employees, policies and procedures and other resources to help you in the student employee-supervisor relationship. General information will be covered in each session with specific topics scheduled each month to help answer any questions or to assist supervisors in their positions.

Presented by: Amber Weaver-Shifflett, Student Employment Specialist, The Student Work Experience Center

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August 12: A Plan with a Purpose (TD1066):

Location: Wine-Price Building

Workshop Description: A professional development plan built with a purpose in mind can prove to be a valuable resource for all employees. In order to help an employee grow, the plan must be relevant to the individual’s job and also take into consideration the current levels of knowledge, skills and abilities. Without assistance, developing these plans can prove to be quite a challenge.

In this session, we will delve into the nuts and bolts of creating professional development plans in an effort to help you chart your future growth with a purpose in mind!

In this workshop participants will:

  • Identify and recognize the importance of goal setting
  • Identify and recognize threats to reaching goals
  • Practice writing effective goals
  • Learn about the strategic planning process
  • Write a personal strategic plan

Presented by: Raymond Brown, Jr., Professional Development Specialist

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August 12: Cascade Overview Training:

This training what was formerly a combined Phase 1 and Phase 2 training. 

Cascade Overview Training will go over the philosophy of the new web publishing system, Cascade and also include a basic technical training for Cascade that will train users to enter content via content types (mainly news, events, stories and images) into Cascade and expose them to the basic fundamentals of using Cascade to publish their website.

Enroll through MyMadison class number IT579.

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August 15: Computer Based Praxis Test:

The James Madison University Praxis testing site is located in the Assessment & Testing Center (formerly known as the Ashby Lab) in the basement of the Ashby Residence Hall. It can be accessed through a small entry door on the ground floor to the right of the main hall steps. 

We offer testing on Saturdays once a month, twice a month in January and September. Please remember that not all tests are offered on all testing dates. Go to the ETS website for further information and to register at http://www.ets.org/praxis.

- See more at: http://www.jmu.edu/coe/esc/praxis.shtml
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August 17: Fall Semester Begins:

Fall Semester runs from August 31st to December 11th.

Have you sent in your request for your Fall 2016 Access Plans yet? If so, be sure check your email for your letters close to the start of school!  Each emailed Access Plan has a Test and Exam Accommodation Arrangement (TEAA) form attached along with detailed instructors for how to set an appointment to take your exam in our testing space.

If you haven't emailed us a request and would like Access Plans for your classes, please do so as soon as possible!  It takes about 2 business days for us to process your request, so the sooner we receive your schedule, the sooner you can have your Access Plans.  Please email your request to disability-svcs@jmu.edu.

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August 20: New Graduate Student Orientation: All new graduate students are invited to attend the orientation on Thursday, August 20, 2015. The orientation will take place all day beginning at 8 am, includes lunch, and will conclude with a potluck picnic at a local park. Please visit http://www.jmu.edu/grad/happenings/orientation.shtml for the full schedule and other information. MORE >


August 20: Cascade Open Lab Training:

This course is an Open Lab, for those that have been through Cascade Overview Training and have a production login to Cascade, hosted by members of the web development team dealing with questions regarding your specific site in Cascade.

Cascade Open Lab Training will take place at the IT Training Center (JMAC4).

Enroll through MyMadison class number IT578.

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August 20: MRD Leadership Team Camp: The Marching Royal Dukes Leadership team will arrive at Band Camp on August 20, 2015. Those living on campus will be permitted to move into their dorms to accomodate for this early arrival. MORE >


August 23: MRD Member Band Camp: General MRD Member Band Camp will take place at James Madison University. Those living on campus will be permitted to move into their dorms to accomodate for this early arrival. MORE >


August 24: Student Staff Training: An entire week devoted to training our spectacular student staff, so they are ready to assist our JMU students right when the Fall semester starts! MORE >


August 24: Enrollment opens for non-degree seeking students: Enrollment opens for non-degree seeking students.


 

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August 24: New Faculty Orientation:

Location: Festival Conference & Student Center   

Click here for link to registration survey


New Faculty Orientation (NFO) is a one-day event designed to warmly welcome new faculty to all aspects of life at JMU. The Office of the Provost and the Center for Faculty Innovation sponsor this interactive, informative and essential introduction to life at JMU for ALL new full and part-time faculty. In preparation for NFO, be sure to download the New Faculty Resource Guide.

To access information provided by Human Resources about new employee onboarding and benefits at JMU, visit the Dukes at Work webpage for instructional faculty.

Who attends NFO?

  • All new full and part-time faculty. Even if you have been at another institution, you should attend NFO to meet new colleagues and explore the academic culture of JMU.
  • Letters of Invitation from the Provost are sent via mail in July. If you do not receive an invitation, please accept our apologies. You are still invited! It is hard to catch up with you during your moving process.

NFO is designed to...

  • Welcome new faculty to the JMU community,
  • Provide new faculty with opportunities for networking,
  • Enhance the success of new faculty by encouraging a comprehensive approach to career planning,
  • Engage new faculty in faculty development opportunities and initiatives,
  • Highlight unique aspects of JMU administration, faculty, and student culture, and
  • Provide new faculty with timely resources related to teaching, scholarship, service and more.

The Festival Conference and Student Center is located at 1301 Carrier Drive on the east side of campus.  Parking for New Faculty Orientation is available in lots C12 and D3. Use this link for directions to the Festival Center and designated parking lots.

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August 25: Move In Day for First Year Honors Students: Move in for first year Honors students. More detailed information concerning move in driving directions will be posted on July 31. Until then, check out the Move In Guide for a list of what to bring and what to leave at home. MORE >


August 25: Allergy Serum Drop-off During Move-In:

First-year students may bring their allergy serum to the University Health Center during move-in on the following dates and times:

Tuesday, August 25 between 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Wednesday, August 26 between 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Students may bring their allergy serum to the General Medicine entrance of the University Health Center, located on the second floor of the Student Success Center.  Please provide the orders from your home clinician and their telephone and fax number, so that we may reach them if needed.

Parents, family members, and guardians are welcome to accompany students when they bring their allergy serum to the University Health Center.

Allergy injections will not be given during the week of move-in.

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August 25: First Year Move In Day 1:

Move in for first year students is August 25 and 26 from 9:00am to 2:00 pm, depending on which residence hall the student has been assigned to. Residence Hall and Move In Day assignments will be emailed to first year students on July 31.

More detailed information concerning move in driving directions will be posted on July 31.

Until then, check out our Move In Guide for a list of what to bring and what to leave at home! 

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August 25: Parent Send Off: Location: Grafton-Stovall Theater MORE >


August 26: Track I Honors Orientation: Location: HHS 2301 MORE >


August 26: First Year Move In Day 2:

Move in for first year students is August 25 and 26 from 9:00am to 2:00 pm, depending on which residence hall the student has been assigned to. Residence Hall and Move In Day assignments will be emailed to first year students on July 31.

More detailed information concerning move in driving directions will be posted on July 31.

Until then, check out our Move In Guide for a list of what to bring and what to leave at home! 

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August 27: Drive-Thru Permit Pickup:

The Parking Services permit pickup drive-thru will be available for students who purchase their permits online after August 16. The drive-thru will be located on Lakeside Service Drive outside of the Parking Services office and will be open August 27 and 28 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, on August 29 from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM, and August 31 and September 1 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Please remember that you will be required to present a photo ID when picking up your permit at the permit pickup drive-thru or in the office.

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August 27: "It's Complicated" Facilitation:

Incoming freshmen are greeted in August with four intense days of activity and learning. During this first impressionable week of college, Orientation and the Madison Collaborative partner to bring these students a 75-minute ethical reasoning experience called "It's Complicated" that is facilitated by at least 160 faculty and staff. Using Hurricane Sharon as a fictional scenario, students are challenged to act as the FEMA regional task force that has to determine where to send aid with limited resources. Email mc@jmu.edu if you’d like more information or sign up to be a facilitator this year. Preparation workshops are in August. Immediately following, facilitators are invited to a "thank you" luncheon!

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August 27: Coordinating Moves at JMU (TD1022):

Location: Wine-Price Building

Workshop Description: Does JMU really stand for Just Move Us? Come find out about the ins and outs of the JMU moves process. Learn about the different types of space on campus, reporting procedures and get a glimpse of upcoming moves and how they may relate to your department. Hold onto your staplers, computer monitor and desk chairs as we move you through how to successfully coordinate a move at JMU.

Presented by: Jini Cook, Director of Real Property and Space Management and Deanna Ritchie, Real Property Operations Manager

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August 27: Transfer Move In:

Move in for new transfer students is Thursday, August 27, 2015. Residents are welcome to move in from 2:00-5:00 pm or 8:00-10:00 pm.

Click here for more transfer student housing information.

Also, check out our Move In Guide that answers many of your frequently asked questions, like what to pack and what to leave behind!

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August 28: Last day to adjust September payment plan payment:

Today is the final day to adjust the September payment of the fall semester payment plan. The payments will be invoiced on the 30th and will not be able to be adjusted after that point. If you need to make a payment plan adjustment, please contact our office at ubo@jmu.edu or 540/568-6505.

Any adjustments that will increase the plan will require the payment plan account holder to log on to M3 and confirm the adjustment before the payment is invoiced to take effect.

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August 28: Drive-Thru Permit Pickup:

The Parking Services permit pickup drive-thru will be available for students who purchase their permits online after August 16. The drive-thru will be located on Lakeside Service Drive outside of the Parking Services office and will be open August 27 and 28 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, on August 29 from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM, and August 31 and September 1 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Please remember that you will be required to present a photo ID when picking up your permit at the permit pickup drive-thru or in the office.

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August 28: Fall 2015 Assessment Day:

All first-year students are required to participate.

Assessments begin promptly at 9:15 a.m. (Session A), 12:15 p.m. (Session B), and 3 p.m. (Session C), so you should arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled time. You have been assigned to a testing location based on the last three digits of your JMU student ID number. To determine the time and location at which you will be completing your assessments, visit http://www.jmu.edu/assessment/JMUAssess/Aday_Upcoming.htm.

IMPORTANT! Use of any electronic device, such as a cell phone, laptop or tablet, is strictly prohibited. Unless you have been otherwise instructed by a proctor, please turn off your electronic devices and place them out of sight for the duration of the testing session. If you use your cell phone, laptop or tablet at any point during the testing session, you will be dismissed and required to attend a make-up session. Any student found to be in possession of content from the assessment session, which is the property of JMU and the Center for Assessment and Research Studies, may be referred to the Office of Student Accountability and Restorative Practices for violations of the code of student conduct.

If you have additional questions about Assessment Day, please visit http://www.jmu.edu/assessment/JMUAssess/Aday_Upcoming.htm or contact assessment@jmu.edu.

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August 28: Alcoholics Anonymous :

Alcoholics Anonymous open meeting for young people is Friday night at 8 pm in Madison Union 311.

There is a bus stop located on Bluestone Drive in front of Warren Hall (a part of Madison Union).  Parking is available on-campus.

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August 29: Move In Day for Returning Students: MORE >


August 29: Returning Student Move In Day 1:

Move In Day 1 for returning students is Saturday, August 29, 2015. Residents are welcome to move in from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Click here for more returning student housing information.

Also, check out our Move In Guide that answers many of your frequently asked questions, like what to pack and what to leave behind!

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August 29: Parking Office Open 11 AM - 5 PM: Parking Services will be open from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM on Saturday, August 29. MORE >


August 29: Drive-Thru Permit Pickup:

The Parking Services permit pickup drive-thru will be available for students who purchase their permits online after August 16. The drive-thru will be located on Lakeside Service Drive outside of the Parking Services office and will be open August 27 and 28 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, on August 29 from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM, and August 31 and September 1 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Please remember that you will be required to present a photo ID when picking up your permit at the permit pickup drive-thru or in the office.

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August 30: Returning Student Move In Day 2:

Move In Day 2 for returning students is Sunday, August 30, 2015. Residents are welcome to move in from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Click here for more returning student housing information.

Also, check out our Move In Guide that answers many of your frequently asked questions, like what to pack and what to leave behind!

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August 31: First Day of Classes: MORE >


August 31: First Class Day: Classes begin for Fall 2015 semester and 1st block courses. MORE >


August 31: Fall Semester Begins (Classes meet as scheduled): MORE >


August 31: 2014-2015 Student Permits Expire: Student permits from the 2014-2015 academic year will expire Aug. 31, 2015 MORE >


August 31: First Day of Classes:

Classes begin for Fall 2015 semester and 1st block courses.
 

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August 31: First Day of Classes: Classes meet as scheduled. MORE >


August 31: Drive-Thru Permit Pickup:

The Parking Services permit pickup drive-thru will be available for students who purchase their permits online after August 16. The drive-thru will be located on Lakeside Service Drive outside of the Parking Services office and will be open August 27 and 28 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM, on August 29 from 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM, and August 31 and September 1 from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

Please remember that you will be required to present a photo ID when picking up your permit at the permit pickup drive-thru or in the office.

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September 2015

September 1: Drive-Thru Permit Pickup MORE >

September 1: VALIC One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

September 1: Breathe Well (TD2036) MORE >

September 1: Performance Management Information Sessions for Supervisors of Classified Employees (TD1181) MORE >

September 1: Life Program MORE >

September 3: TIAA-CREF One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

September 3: 5 Choices (TD1699) MORE >

September 4: Fall semester payment plan deadline MORE >

September 4: Fall semester due date MORE >

September 4: Fee Payment Deadline MORE >

September 4: Customer Service When the Customer ISN'T Right (TD1065) MORE >

September 4: Alcoholics Anonymous MORE >

September 5: September payment plan payment MORE >

September 5: JMU vs. Morehead State Home Game MORE >

September 6: International Student Reception MORE >

September 7: Life Program MORE >

September 8: Final day to drop class without paying tuition MORE >

September 8: End of Add/Drop Period MORE >

September 8: Last Day to Add or Drop A Class MORE >

September 8: End of Add/Drop period semester and 1st block MORE >

September 8: ResumePREP MORE >

September 8: Storytime in the Understory MORE >

September 8: Life Program MORE >

September 9: COVITS 2015 MORE >

September 9: Individual Professional Development Plan Workshop (TD1152) MORE >

September 9: conversation partner program MORE >

September 10: The Planning Database, Copy & Card Services and the Computer Loan Program (TD1026) MORE >

September 10: 5 Choices (TD1699) MORE >

September 11: Global Connections MORE >

September 11: Alcoholics Anonymous MORE >

September 11: Eisenhower Dance headlines the New Dance Festival MORE >

September 12: JMU Band Day // JMU vs. Lehigh Home Game MORE >

September 12: Computer Based Praxis Test MORE >

September 14: Dominion Lecture MORE >

September 15: Green Office Assistant (TD1516) MORE >

September 15: Student Employment Essentials (TD1464) MORE >

September 15: Track II Honors Orientation MORE >

September 16: Honors Study Abroad Info Session MORE >

September 16: after jmu MORE >

September 17: Last Day to Add a course with Departmental Pemission MORE >

September 17: Last day to obtain departmental permission to add a class MORE >

September 17: ICMA-RC One-On-One Counseling Sessions MORE >

September 17: 5 Choices (TD1699) MORE >

September 17: Honors Study Abroad Info Session MORE >

September 17: Brain 101 (TD1469) MORE >

September 17: MVS: Stewart Harris MORE >

September 17: Reginald Dwayne Betts - poetry reading MORE >

September 17: JMuse Café presents "You're the Expert" MORE >

September 18: Census date MORE >

September 18: Last Day to Add/Drop a Class MORE >

September 18: Last day to withdrawal from the University MORE >

September 18: Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence (TD1826) MORE >

September 18: Shenandoah Valley Regional Studies Seminar MORE >

September 18: global connections MORE >

September 19: JMU vs. Albany Game MORE >

September 19: Computer Based Praxis Test MORE >

September 19: tailgate MORE >

September 19: MR. JOY MORE >

September 21: Basic Grant Writing (TD1500) MORE >

September 21: Event Title MORE >

September 22: Love It, Don't Leave It (TD1678) MORE >

September 22: NSVR Graduate and Professional School Fair MORE >

September 23: Congratulations! You're a Supervisor, Now What? (TD1396) MORE >

September 24: 5 Choices (TD1699) MORE >

September 25: JMU vs. Southern Methodist Away Game MORE >

September 25: Basic Finance & Budgeting II (TD1637) MORE >

September 25: Global Connections MORE >

September 25: Furious Flower Advisory Board - annual meeting MORE >

September 25: BizBlitz MORE >

September 26: Shenandoah Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics Conference 2015 MORE >

September 26: Jazz 4 Justice MORE >

September 28: Fall Career & Internship Fair MORE >

September 29: Last day to adjust October payment plan payment MORE >

September 29: Deadline to withdrawal with W for 1st Block MORE >

September 29: 16th Annual Engagement Scholarship Consortium MORE >

September 29: Anton in Show Business MORE >

September 29: Managing for Employee Engagement (TD1827) MORE >

September 30: Congratulations! You're a Supervisor, Now What? (TD1396) MORE >

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