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We have moved! Come visit Lisa Copenhaver, Dean of Student Affairs, Sonya Pryor, Associate Dean of Online Services, and Bonnie Mazzocchi, Student Success Coordinator, in our new Library offices. We join Tom Statton, Director of Library Services, in providing help with your academic support.
Scholarship: John T. McCraw Scholarship-National Federation of the Blind of Maryland to be awarded to qualified blind students who are residents of the State of Maryland and enrolled as a full-time college students. Please contact Bonnie Mazzocchi for applications or information.
Weekly scheduled seminars are those that are offered on the same day and time each week and are open to ONLY the students that are in the same section of a class with the same instructor. They will appear in BLUE on your seminar calendar page.
Supplemental seminars are those that are created as an additional option by instructors and are generally open to anyone who is registered for the same class, no matter what section or with which instructor. If you receive emails to attend a seminar from other instructors that are not your own, this is a supplemental or additional option for you. You are invited to attend any seminar that appears on your calendar or for which you receive invitations. Supplemental seminars appear in yellow on your seminar calendar page. A blue AND yellow seminar bubble could appear in your calendar on the same day, at the same time. This means your instructor has opened your regular seminar to others and this is where he/she will be. So when in doubt, GO FOR THE GOLD!
Questions about seminars? Contact Sonya Pryor in the eLearning Center at 301.452.4150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are planning to still be enrolled in school beyond June 30, 2013, it is time for you to complete your 2013-2014 FAFSA. Please go to www.fafsa.ed.gov to complete the 2013-2014 FAFSA. If you have filed 2012 federal taxes already, please use the IRS data retrieval tool within the FAFSA to import tax information. If you cannot use this tool, you may enter information directly from your 2012 federal tax return (1040, 1040A, 1040EZ) or estimate your income using your 2012 W2 forms. Please call 301.766.3600 and ask to speak with a Kaplan University, Hagerstown Financial Aid Officer for assistance.
Tom Statton, director of library services, is available to help you with your research projects. He can assist you with using the Kaplan Online Library, finding relevant material for your projects, selecting a topic, narrowing a topic, or using APA citations in your assignments. Please feel free to contact Mr. Statton at 301.766.3653 or email him at email@example.com.
Math/Business/Accounting: By appointment with Professors Becker and Mowen
Writing: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, with Professor Fawcett
Medical: Tuesday with Professor Fetzer or by appointment; Medical clinical lab practice: Tuesday 1:00 pm with Professor Slick
IT: By appointment with Professors Zidarov and Dorsey
Please contact Bonnie Mazzocchi, Student Success Coordinator, (firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.766.3645) for information or to schedule campus tutoring times.
KU Online Tutoring is available through your KU home page (kucampus.kaplan.edu) by clicking on My Studies and Academic Support Centers. Then select the subject you desire (Math, Writing, Science, Technology, or Business), and learn how to access the live tutoring sessions.
The E-Learning Center is here to help with your questions, concerns, or desire to learn. Please contact Sonya Pryor (email@example.com) or 301-766-3684 for individual training sessions offered on Basic Computer Skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), APA formatting, and Navigation for the KU Campus Online Platform.
E-learning Center Hours of Operation:
Monday—Thursday: 7:30 am to 10:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
E-learning Staffed Hours:
Monday—Thursday: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Friday and Saturday: By Appointment
You must have documentation with you the first day of class for the Phlebotomy Lab (HS 291). You are required to have at least the first 2 shots in the series of 3 required shots. All 3 shots must be completed prior to externship (HS 299).
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Please join us in the Library Conference Room for a round-table discussion about helpful hints how to use our online library resources. Tom Statton, your Director of Library Services, will be the presenter. Students, staff, and faculty are welcome to share your ideas and experience. Refreshments will be served.