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  • Alcorn State University: First Year Experience
    of Study Undergraduate Accounting Business Administration Graduate M B A MBA Specialty Area Offerings Advising Internships Contact Faculty and Staff Resources Noteworthy School of Education and Psychology Office of the Dean Accreditation CAEP Third Party Comments SOEP Data Department of Education and Psychology Department of Health Physical Education and Recreation Fall Spring Summer Course Offerings HPER Faculty Staff Office of Field Experiences and Student Teaching World Class Teacher Academy for National Board Certification Overview Apply for NBC Support WCTA Scholarships Resources and Links Frequently Asked Questions Livetext PLATO Learning SOEP Faculty Staff Contact Us School of Nursing Philosophy Associate of Science Bachelor of Science Master of Science Apply to Graduate Nursing Faculty and Staff Directory ASU Family Clinic Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Services and Resources Staff Accreditation Information General Information Contact Us SON Student Resources Calendars Global and Multicultural Programs Graduate Studies Message from the Assistant Vice President for Academic Program Support and Graduate Studies Mission and Vision Apply Online My Graduate VIP Interest Page Graduate VIP Interest Page About Us Organizational Chart Policies and Procedures Strategic Plan Tactical Action Plan Grad Accomplishments Meet Our Staff Admissions How to Apply to Graduate School Printable Applications International Applicants Compliance Responsibilities Admission Policies Returning to Graduate School After A Break Test Requirements Cyber Orientation Admissions Brochure Degree Programs and Entrance Requirements Academics Graduate Catalog 2014 2016 Program of Study Appeal Process Thesis and Project Masters Theses and Projects Academic Calendar 2015 2016 Tuition and Fees Current Students Advisement Graduate Assistant Information Graduate Student Association Graduate Life at Alcorn Forms Graduate Council Minutes Graduating Student Information Applying for Graduation Graduate Exit Examinations and Requirements Graduation Deadlines Commencement Important Dates to Remember International Student Services Tuberculosis Screening Curricular Practical Training CPT Optional Practical Training OPT Surveys Resources Student Resources Office of the Registrar Financial Aid University Libraries Residence Life Housing Student Services Office of the Bursar Quick Links Taking the GRE The GMAT TOEFL Institutions of Higher Learning IHL Mississippi Department of Education Mississippi Board of Nursing Council of Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools National Association of Graduate Professional Students Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Contact Us TracDat Login Institutional Research and Assessment Library About Libraries Boyd Library Search Library Catalog OPAC Search Databases Library Departments Acquisitions Archives Special Collections Catalog Circulation Government Documents Instructional Media Center Reference Serials Computer Lab Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions Contact Information Staff Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Social Media Registrar s Office Contact Us Academic Calendar and Tuition Fees ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL POLICY University Catalog Advisor Manual Drop Withdrawal Process for 8 Week Term Students Dropping and Adding Courses Online Forms Withdrawal Veterans Assistance Order Transcripts Online Web Registration Instructions Pre Professional and Honors Programs Pre Professional Value Added Activities Honors Curriculum Program Advantages Golden Key International Honour Society About Us Advisors Liaisons Golden Key International Website Mortar Board How to Apply Advisors Contact Information Mortar Board National Website Contact Us Student Affairs Admissions and Recruiting Career Services Events Students Order Your Alcorn Transcript

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  • Alcorn State University: Graduate Studies
    of Science Apply to Graduate Nursing Faculty and Staff Directory ASU Family Clinic Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Services and Resources Staff Accreditation Information General Information Contact Us SON Student Resources Calendars Global and Multicultural Programs Graduate Studies Message from the Assistant Vice President for Academic Program Support and Graduate Studies Mission and Vision Apply Online My Graduate VIP Interest Page Graduate VIP Interest Page About Us Organizational Chart Policies and Procedures Strategic Plan Tactical Action Plan Grad Accomplishments Meet Our Staff Admissions How to Apply to Graduate School Printable Applications International Applicants Compliance Responsibilities Admission Policies Returning to Graduate School After A Break Test Requirements Cyber Orientation Admissions Brochure Degree Programs and Entrance Requirements Academics Graduate Catalog 2014 2016 Program of Study Appeal Process Thesis and Project Masters Theses and Projects Academic Calendar 2015 2016 Tuition and Fees Current Students Advisement Graduate Assistant Information Graduate Student Association Graduate Life at Alcorn Forms Graduate Council Minutes Graduating Student Information Applying for Graduation Graduate Exit Examinations and Requirements Graduation Deadlines Commencement Important Dates to Remember International Student Services Tuberculosis Screening Curricular Practical Training CPT Optional Practical Training OPT Surveys Resources Student Resources Office of the Registrar Financial Aid University Libraries Residence Life Housing Student Services Office of the Bursar Quick Links Taking the GRE The GMAT TOEFL Institutions of Higher Learning IHL Mississippi Department of Education Mississippi Board of Nursing Council of Graduate Schools Council of Historically Black Graduate Schools National Association of Graduate Professional Students Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Contact Us TracDat Login Institutional Research and Assessment Library About Libraries Boyd Library Search Library Catalog OPAC Search Databases Library Departments Acquisitions Archives Special Collections Catalog Circulation Government Documents Instructional Media Center Reference Serials Computer Lab Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions Contact Information Staff Natchez Library Learning Resource Center Social Media Registrar s Office Contact Us Academic Calendar and Tuition Fees ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL POLICY University Catalog Advisor Manual Drop Withdrawal Process for 8 Week Term Students Dropping and Adding Courses Online Forms Withdrawal Veterans Assistance Order Transcripts Online Web Registration Instructions Pre Professional and Honors Programs Pre Professional Value Added Activities Honors Curriculum Program Advantages Golden Key International Honour Society About Us Advisors Liaisons Golden Key International Website Mortar Board How to Apply Advisors Contact Information Mortar Board National Website Contact Us Student Affairs Admissions and Recruiting Career Services Events Students Order Your Alcorn Transcript Employers Federal Internship Directory Staff Contact Information Directions and Lodging Youth and Motivational Task Force Counseling and Testing Test Schedule Services Staff Alcorn Substance Abuse Prevention Program ASAPP Procedures for Processing Withdrawals Referral Process Financial Aid Health and Disability Services HIV AIDS Policy Drug Free Policy Health Services Disability Services Health Watch FLU Safety Video Contact Information Smoke Free Campus James L Bolden Campus Union Judicial Affairs Religious Life Residence Life Student Engagement Student Government Association Applying for Student Government Leadership Greek Life MIP Requirements Alcorn s Policy on Hazing State of Mississippi Hazing Policy Homecoming Events Homecoming Parade Information Natchez Campus Student Services Access

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  • Alcorn State University: Transfer Students
    Students Transfer Students To be eligible for admission as a transfer applicant a student should have an official transcript showing credits and grades and an official statement of honorable dismissal sent directly from the college or university previously attended to the Admissions Office All transfer students must receive an authorization form from the General College before entering a major department A student who is not in good standing with the school from which he she desires to transfer will not be granted admission to Alcorn until he she is eligible for readmission to that school Transfer students must have an overall average of C and the following required 30 semester hours 6 semester hours English Composition 3 semester hours College Algebra or above 6 semester hours Laboratory Science 9 semester hours Transferable Electives 6 semester hours Social Behavioral Sciences Full credit is given for all courses passed at other accredited institutions provided the courses and grades of C and above are equivalent to the requirements of the curriculum chosen at Alcorn Mississippi Community and Junior College transfers click here to review the Transfer Articulation Agreement In all cases in order for a student to qualify for graduation he must possess a 2 0 average on a 4 0 scale based on his record at Alcorn as well as on his entire record A transfer student from a non accredited college may be considered for admission on a one by one basis providing the student meets the above semester hour requirements Transfer applicants who meet the freshmen admission requirements at Alcorn State University but choose to enroll at another institution and who do not have the 30 or 15 hour requirement may transfer at any time provided the following provisions are met The applicant submits a formal application The applicant submits an official transcript from each college or university attended The applicant is in good standing at the last college or university attended The applicant submits a minimum American College Test ACT composite score of 16 or Scholastic Aptitude Test SAT composite of 790 The applicant has a cumulative grade point average of 2 0 on a 4 0 scale based on methods of computing GPA at Alcorn State University Evaluation of Credits The Dean of General College along with the department chairperson to which the student has been admitted determines courses that can be accepted in the degree program Students will not receive transfer credit for the courses designed specifically for technical and vocational career programs or remedial programs Students transferring from one of the Mississippi public community colleges and following the 64 hour CORE approved by the eight state universities will receive complete credit for the courses outlined in that 64 hour CORE The department chairperson to which the application is submitted determines the way previously earned credits will apply in the degree program Students ordinarily receive no transfer credit for courses designed specifically for technical and vocational career programs or remedial programs Once admitted to the university a

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  • Alcorn State University: International Students
    our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Admissions Welcome Admissions Requirements First Year Experience FYE Graduate Studies Transfer Students International Students Scholarship Requirements Financial Aid Applying for Aid Constitution Day Financial Aid Updates Consumer Information Disclosures Forms Types of Financial Aid Federal Work Study TEACH Grant Federal Student Loans Tuition and Fees Scholarship Opportunities Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards Mandatory Attendance Verification Registration Guide Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Code of Conduct Official Unofficial Withdrawal Return of Title IV Funds R2T4 Policy Staff Directory Residence Life Bursar Registrar s Office MyAlcorn Campus Tours Home Admissions International Students International Students International Student Admissions To be considered for admission an international student must submit the regular application for admission form and transcript s from high school and or colleges previously attended A minimum composite score of 21 on the American College Test ACT or 990 or above on the SAT is required The international student should give evidence of having adequate financial support scholarships affidavit of support etc before his arrival on the campus The University does not assume responsibility for a student who arrives with inadequate resources Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL is required to adequately determine

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  • Alcorn State University: Scholarship Requirements
    Academic Progress Standards Mandatory Attendance Verification Registration Guide Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Code of Conduct Official Unofficial Withdrawal Return of Title IV Funds R2T4 Policy Staff Directory Residence Life Bursar Registrar s Office MyAlcorn Campus Tours Home Admissions Scholarship Requirements Scholarship Requirements President s Excellence Scholarship The President s Excellence scholarships are awarded to enrolling Freshmen with a composite score of 28 or above on the ACT or its equivalence on the SAT 1240 verbal and math only and a 3 0 or better High School Cumulative Grade Point Average on a 4 0 scale This scholarship is renewable each year provided the student maintains a 3 0 or above Cumulative Grade Point Average This scholarship includes fully funding tuition room and board for four years and providing a 500 per semester book allowance and a 1 000 stipend each semester The recipient of this scholarship must be a first time freshmen PROvost Scholar Scholarship The Provost Scholar scholarships are awarded to enrolling Freshmen with a composite score of 24 27 on the ACT or its equivalence on the SAT 1090 1230 verbal and math only and a 3 0 or better High School Cumulative Grade Point Average on a 4 0 scale This scholarship is renewable each year provided the student maintains a 3 0 or above Cumulative Grade Point Average This scholarship covers room board tuition and a 400 00 per semester book allowance The recipient of this scholarship must be a first time freshman university Scholar scholarship The University Scholar scholarships are awarded to students with 22 or 23 on the ACT or its equivalence on the SAT 1020 1080 verbal and math only and a 3 0 or better High School Grade Point Average on a 4 0 scale This scholarship covers tuition and also provides an additional 200 00 for books per semester This scholarship is renewable provided the student maintains a 3 0 or above Cumulative Grade Point Average The recipient of this scholarship must be a first time freshman Valedictorian Scholarship Valedictorians will receive a full academic scholarship per academic year This scholarship provides an additional 200 00 for books per semester This scholarship is renewable each year provided the student maintains a 3 0 or above Cumulative Grade Point Average The recipient of this scholarship must be a first time freshman Salutatorian Scholarship Salutatorians will receive a partial academic scholarship per academic year This scholarship provides an additional 200 00 for books per semester This scholarship is renewable each year provided the student maintains a 3 0 or above Cumulative Grade Point Average The recipient of this scholarship must be a first time freshman Alcorn Achieve Scholarship The Alcorn Achieve scholarships are awarded to students who complete 30 credit hours at Alcorn and earn at least a 3 3 GPA This scholarship covers tuition room and board regardless of ACT SAT scores This scholarship is renewable for two to six semesters depending on when the student qualify provided the student maintains

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  • Alcorn State University: Financial Aid
    reaching out beyond campus in engaging with the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Admissions Welcome Admissions Requirements First Year Experience FYE Graduate Studies Transfer Students International Students Scholarship Requirements Financial Aid Applying for Aid Constitution Day Financial Aid Updates Consumer Information Disclosures Forms Types of Financial Aid Federal Work Study TEACH Grant Federal Student Loans Tuition and Fees Scholarship Opportunities Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards Mandatory Attendance Verification Registration Guide Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Code of Conduct Official Unofficial Withdrawal Return of Title IV Funds R2T4 Policy Staff Directory Residence Life Bursar Registrar s Office MyAlcorn Campus Tours Home Admissions Financial Aid Financial Aid College tuition is a major expenditure for any family As a public university Alcorn State strives to keep costs low but many of our students still need financial aid to attend The Office of Financial Aid is eager to help you and your family obtain the assistance you need to bridge the gap between your financial resources and the full cost of tuition Among your options are scholarships grants loans and part time employment Our staff can answer your questions about everything from filling out

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  • Alcorn State University: Residence Life
    Resource for the Community We believe in reaching out beyond campus in engaging with the community around us to enrich all of our lives Welcome Alumni Association Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Faculty Staff Banner Online Services Employee Email Ethics Line Faculty Senate GradesFirst Intranet Online Class Roll Staff Senate BANNER Blackboard LMS Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Campuses Lorman Natchez Vicksburg News Events Calendars Marketing and Communication Publications Our website uses JavaScript to achieve certain sophisticated features visual cues and styles Please ensure that JavaScript is enabled when visiting our website for best results Help enabling JavaScript Skip to Page Content Students Student Portal Student Affairs Banner Online Services Blackboard LMS Student Email Residence Life Registration Guide Campus Living Living Options Meal Plan Options Move In Information Request A Mailbox Mandatory Residency Requirement FAQ s Staff Banner Online Services Resisdent Assistant Application Home Students Residence Life Residence Life WELCOME TO THE DEPARTMENT OF RESIDENCE LIFE Welcome to the Alcorn State University Residential Community We are excited and glad that you have chosen to live with us We encourage you to become involved in this awesome living learning experience and enjoy all the wonderful leadership opportunities that Alcorn has to offer Welcome to the home of the BRAVES where Knowledge and Character Matter NEW STUDENTS Do you need to pay the application fee and submit an application but need a little help Click here for STEP BY STEP guide NEW STUDENTS Click here to log in and access ALL housing information Pay Application Fee Submit Application View Housing Assignments etc Click here priority sign up 2016 2017 Reserve PREFERRED housing for

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  • Alcorn State University: Bursars Office
    Third Party Billing Third party billing is a process in which a student s tuition is being paid by outside resources other than financial aid such as USDA Vocational Rehabilitation MPACT MDRS and etc Students must submit all necessary documentation i e a letter from the payee on their official letterhead copy of MPACT card etc as well as the student s class schedule to the Bursar s Office in a timely manner before an invoice can be completed NOTE If all required documentation is submitted before classes begin an invoice will be completed and mailed by the last day of registration The sooner you submit your information the better the turnaround results 1098 T Form 1098 T is a Tuition Statement that is filed by eligible educational institutions for each student they enroll and for whom a reportable transaction is made Insurers file this form for each individual to whom they made reimbursements or refunds of qualified tuition and related expenses How to retrieve your 1098 T The 1098 T form is an informational tax document to aid taxpayers in determining whether they are able to claim a tax deduction or one of the educational tax credits 1098 T s will be processed and available for printing on January 31st or the last working day of January 1 Go to www selfserve alcorn edu 2 Enter your User ID and password User ID is your social security number or Alcorn Student ID number Password is your six digit birthday if you do not change it 3 Click on Student Services and Financial Aid 4 Click on Student Records 5 Click on Tax Notification Enter a tax year and print Students can print and view current and prior year 1098 T forms online by placing the year of interest in the appropriate box after following the steps above Alcorn State University is not required to furnish a 1098 T to non resident aliens individuals whose qualified tuition and related expenses are waived or paid with scholarships or grants individuals enrolled in non credit courses or to individuals whose calculations amount to zero NOTE Alcorn State University does not provide tax or legal advice The decision as to whether you qualify for an education tax credit should be determined in consultation with your personal tax advisor or the Internal Revenue Service Payments When students report to campus they must have a full award which covers the total cost of attendance a partial award which must be accompanied by any balance due by or payment by cash cashier s check personal check money order or credit card Visa MasterCard American Express or Discover to cover the cost of attendance Payments received at the Cashier s Office by 4 00 PM CST Monday Thursday and by 3 00 PM Friday will be part of that day s activity Payments can be made online through Bill Payment Suite until 10 30 PM CST using the following sources Financial Aid must be logged onto www selfserve alcorn edu Credit Debit Card and or WebCheck website only a 2 75 nonrefundable fee for credit debit card payments Combination of Financial Aid Credit Debit Card and or WebCheck Cash Bursar s Office only Check Money Order window or mail only Third party checks are not accepted Checks Money Orders must be made Payable to Alcorn State University with the student s A Alcorn ID written on the front A 50 fee will be charged if a check is returned For more information on the Bill Payment Suite please click the following link Bill Payment Suite Important Information Checks Money Orders can be mailed to Alcorn State University Bursar s Office 1000 ASU Drive 509 Alcorn State MS 39096 Payment Plan The ASU Payment Plan is designed to help students defer payments for a given semester and broken down in two equal installments A contract fee of 50 is required at the time of enrollment and is nonrefundable Generally there are two plans offered Partial Financial Aid and Non Financial Aid The payment plan is available for the Fall and Spring terms Please note that the Braves Work and Pay should not be used as a resource if a student is on the payment plan Failure to pay the deferred balance by the due dates will result in a late fee of 5 collection activity holds placed on the student account and may prevent future eligibility of the payment plan For step by step instructions for the Payment Plan please click the following link Payment Plan Instructions To view the plans available for enrollment please click Bill Payment Important Information and scroll down to the heading Payment Plan tab College Expenses The cost of an education at Alcorn State University has been determined by maintaining such expenditures as Tuition Room Board and incidentals at the lowest possible rate constituent with satisfactory service Tuition may be reduced in many instances by scholarship aid student earnings and grants in aid Undergraduate Tuition Fees 2015 2016 12 hours and above Lorman Natchez Vicksburg Campuses Mississippi Resident Non Mississippi Resident Boarding 7 690 00 Boarding 7 690 00 Commuting 3 192 00 Commuting 3 192 00 Graduate Tuition Fees 2015 2016 9 hours only Lorman Natchez Vicksburg campuses Mississippi Resident Non Mississippi Resident Boarding 7 690 00 Boarding 7 690 00 Commuting 3 192 00 Commuting 3 192 00 Miscellaneous Fees ACT Exam 45 00 Dorm Breakage Deposit 100 00 Parking Decal 65 00 Parking Violations 20 00 100 00 Key Deposit 25 00 Returned Check Fee 50 00 Library Photocopy 25 Student Replacement ID 25 00 Library Overdue 25 day Transcript 12 00 Mailbox Rental 30 40 Orientation Fee 100 00 Deferred Payment Plan Fee 50 00 Refund of Withdrawal Charges Students who withdraw from the University in Good Standing are entitled to a refund of tuition charges according to the following schedule for Fall and Spring semesters First official day of class 90 Between Weeks One and Two 80 Between

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