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  • Alcorn State University: Faculty and Staff
    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 Center Student Travel Itinerary Form Smoke Free Campus Drug Free Policy Registration Guides Student Handbook Vicksburg Expansion Program Vicksburg Expansion Facebook Page Academic Youth Programs Contact Us Commencement 2016 Application for Degree Form Cap Gown Order Form Graduation Requirements for Students Resources Catalog Errata Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs Message from the Director Programs Online Course Schedule University College Academic Advising Tutorial Program First Year Experience About FYE Academic Advisors Student Support Services What

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  • Alcorn State University: Alumni Profiles
    Alumni Profiles Alumni Profiles Alumni Profiles Hi I am Kenneth Broome Teaching was something I was interested in long before I stepped foot on the campus of Alcorn State University Since I graduated in 2011 I have used my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature well I first went on to get a master s degree in English with a concentration in Creative Writing Fiction from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette the following fall I started teaching my first college class My first teaching position after graduate school was as an English adjunct at Georgia College and State University the same university the great Southern writer Flannery O Conner attended After a short time there I began working at Central Georgia Technical College I am now in my first year as a full time limited instructor at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw Georgia I m so excited and blessed to have a chance to teach full time It is truly something I enjoy I approach teaching as if I m the student I don t want to be bored so I don t bore my students I was recently given the chance to theme my class and I chose Monsters It s such an exciting class to teach It s not about whether you believe in these monsters like werewolves which we do cover but also what have these monsters have meant to society and how they have had an effect on different aspects of our culture I also cover figurative monsters in my class including bullying sexual violence and abuse self hate big business and government I hope to become a published author in the near future I have a few poems in a small publication that my graduate program put out I m hoping to finish my e book collection of short stories and my first fiction novel early next year Alcorn is where I solidified my love of reading and writing and knew English would be my career of choice I really owe so much to the Alcorn State English Department It was an amazing program with phenomenal professors So many classes and professors really have been an inspiration to me and how I approach teaching They showed that teaching didn t have to be stiff and mind numbing My advice to current and future students in the ASU English department is this don t waste the opportunity English degrees can gain you much more than just teaching English The Alcorn English Department is jammed packed with professors who will help you from now until the day you leave as a graduate and far beyond An opportunity to have people of this caliber become so invested in your success is overwhelming They will help you all they can but they will also teach you to get out there and go for what you want it s not just going to come to you and for that I truly thank them all My name is Jovonte Santos and I am a 2009 Alumni of Alcorn s English Department While attending Alcorn I pursued a concentration in English Literature and Professional Writing Following graduation I served as a congressional intern for Senators Roger Wicker and Thad Cochran of Mississippi In 2012 I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Boston with a Masters in Conflict resolution Organizational Conflict Currently I am mediator for Commonwealth of Massachusetts Within this capacity I focus on providing mediation conflict coaching and facilitation to staff and senior level managers Additionally I teach graduate and undergraduate courses at Lasell College When I think of the Alcorn English Department and the preparation I received the following quote by F Scott Fitzgerald resonates He states the test of a first rate intellectual is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function Through research in depth analysis and reflective dialogue the English Department allowed me to walk away having learned effective skills in written verbal communication persuasion and dialogue These skills have been critical in my current work as I address complex organizational issues by finding resolution amidst opposing ideas Moreover my coursework helped me to develop a yearning to find an intermediary space that could soothe tensions in organizations teams and communities Each semester I recall having to grapple with diverse ideals by reading literary works spanning across genres societies and cultures Whether it was Mark Twain Alice Walker Michel Foucault or Khaled Hosseini there were times I unapologetically disagreed with some and found points to consider from those I least expected In all my courses I was constantly reminded to look for a contextual lens a sort of frame that could allow me to see new meanings and ultimately the rationale motivating perceptions and behavior Today I look for lenses as I daily intervene in situations where partisan perceptions run rampant and I must assist all stakeholders in finding common points that lead to a mutual agreement Most of all I will always cherish the immense encouragement Department faculty and peers gave me I will never forget being told I would lead a life of impact service and change Those words have remained a source of nourishment for me to this day I knew my time at Alcorn was preparing me for something and the years spent beneath the shade of giant trees set my path As I reflect on where I am now and what is ahead I know that the Alcorn English Department was a essential for my growth and development For that and so much more I am eternally grateful to the Alcorn English Department staff faculty my classmates and the entire Alcorn Family Hello my name is Anisha Meadious Pizzferro a 2011 English Literature graduate of Alcorn State University I currently reside in Hattiesburg MS where my husband and I decided to begin a foundation for our family after my journey at Alcorn State Shortly after receiving my bachelor s degree I decided to pursue my master s degree I attended the University of West Alabama where I studied Psychology and Counseling In December of 2013 I graduated with a degree in Counseling Psychology which has lead me to my current career path of a Behavioral Specialist at Region 8 Mental Health I started work with the agency in 2014 as a Mental Health Therapist and was promoted to a Behavioral Specialist 5 months later If it had not been for the foundation that Alcorn English professors laid for their students my current and future endeavors would be much harder By given the opportunity to learn and analyze philosophers like Sigmund Freud and several others I was able to evaluate psychological theories beyond what was given in the textbook alone I learned very early that English requires one to think outside the box Each professor in the English Department made sure that students developed a sense of mental creativity which helped to sharpen reasoning skills Being in the field of counseling requires me to help other think rationally and to think beyond the current situation that causes them mental or physical pain Each day I encourage children as well as adults to be critical thinkers rather than dwelling on the things that are before them From the day I started my career I knew that I would be able to utilize much of the skills and training that Alcorn State s English Department taught me I am thankful to have had the opportunity to gain all the knowledge I could from such a great university and department Hello to the Best Department at Alcorn State University My name is Jamilla S Martin I am a 2009 English Education and a 2010 Master of Secondary English Education Alumni I also received my Educational Specialist in Educational Leadership Curriculum and Instruction from Mississippi College in 2013 I recently began my sixth year as an English Teacher Currently I am an AP Language American Literature and British Literature teacher at Columbia High School in Decatur GA My experiences at Alcorn have prepared me to share the wealth of knowledge that I acquired from each of my professors I originally entered the English Department as a Literature major because I planned on attending law school However after taking several classes I realized that I wanted to share my love of literature with younger generations I still refer back to my old anthologies as I prepare lesson plans and essay topics for my students I even use old papers with grades and professor comments to model writing for my students The high standards that were expected of students by my professors then still linger in my mind as I educate my students on a daily basis Thank you to all of my professors for illuminating the true meaning of being an educator I am forever grateful for Alcorn State University s English Department The times spent in Harmon and Bolden Hall will forever be in my heart My name is Ebony Berry Bealer and I am a 2008 English Education graduate I immediately began my teaching career after departing from beneath the shade of giant trees I currently teach 8th grade English and serve as the English Department Chairperson a role that I have had the pleasure of maintaining for the past five years at two different schools I am also enrolled at Concordia University Nebraska where I am completing coursework to earn a Master s in Curriculum and Instruction with a Curriculum Supervisor certificate I find myself combing through literature books notes and discussions that I used during my time at Alcorn to bring new and challenging material to my students In fact I have just finished reading the Contemporary American Literature short story Harrison Bergeron with my students and having them write an argumentative essay on the topic of true equality s existence in society I plan to pair the text with Daisy Miller another classic read in my American literature classes With the rigor of the Common Core standards I continuously rely on the rich and diverse variety of texts to shape and mold not only my classroom s curriculum but that of the entire department I also attribute my work ethic and high expectations for my students to the English Department at Alcorn I am thankful to the professors who held us and our work to the highest standards and never let up on us Taking 21 hours one for 3 semesters with 18 of the hours being English courses prepared me for the multitasking that I do inside the classroom as well as the mountains of paperwork beyond the classroom that are essential to a public school teacher s job Beyond academics my professors in the English department have shown me how to foster long lasting relationships with my students Their continued support which transcends the classroom has really meant a lot to me I feel as though I always have an extended family cheering me on and celebrating my successes with me They have shown me that a true teacher not only illuminates your mind but your heart as well Every time that I walk into my classroom I bring with me not only the knowledge gained but the love as well My name is Alexise Hanner I am a proud graduate from Alcorn State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature I graduated in May 2007 and I still remember when we first opened the ASU Writing Center I was a part of that first group of tutors to work there I actually consider that to be my very first job in higher education Because of that experience I was quickly able to identify that I am my absolute best when I am serving others through higher education I recently accepted a position as the Assistant Director of TRIO Student Support Services SSS at Ivy Tech Community College in Indianapolis IN TRIO consists of eight federally funded programs that support and provide services to students who are from disadvantaged backgrounds My program supports students who are the first in their family to attend college or from a low income family We also specialize in supporting students who are physically disabled veterans or have a learning disability I was introduced to TRIO Programs while earning my Master of Science in Communications Studies at Indiana State University ISU I had never heard of ISU until an English professor at Alcorn told me about it J I was hired to supervise the Upward Bound Summer Academy This is a TRIO program that introduced high school students to the college experience After completing my Master s Degree in May 2010 I pursued other roles in higher education A list of my previous work experience includes Academic Coach and Mentor at Western Governors University Adjunct Communications Faculty at Harrison College Indiana State University and Ivy Tech Community College I recently served as the Academic Coordinator of TRIO Student Support Services at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis On the surface it may appear that I haven t used my English Degree often However my English Degree is what got me hired in all of my positions Because I have earned two degrees in liberal arts I was able to obtain higher education teaching positions TRIO programs operate on a federal grant You are required to submit a 50 60 page grant proposal in order to receive funds to operate Because of the strong writing and critical thinking skills I developed in the ASU English Department I am able to write successful grant proposals I took a technical writing class at ASU At that time I didn t know the value of the course Now I find myself writing memos newsletters and training guides for my staff all the time Majoring in English at ASU was one of the best decisions I ever made The skills that I have gained prepared me for a wonderful career in higher education Hi My name is Ebony Moore and I graduated in 2010 with a degree in English with a concentration in Professional Writing Now some years after graduating I can both clearly see and wholly appreciate the way Alcorn helped me to build a solid foundation upon which to begin my post collegiate life A few months after graduating my journey led to the state of Washington where I began working towards my master s degree in English Literature at Washington State University Being in such a unique and culturally different environment was definitely a challenge for me but I found solace in the classrooms where I had so much background knowledge on the topics discussed There were countless times when I recalled discussions or pulled out notes or a book novel with annotations that I d written while at Alcorn and it provided much needed clarity and support for a project at hand During my graduate school experience I immediately developed an even deeper gratitude for my Alcorn professors for exposing me to all of the different literary periods and movements and even the perplexing literary theories that I probably would have never gravitated to on my own but which benefitted me greatly After earning my master s degree I worked for two years as a writer and publications coordinator for the Washington State University Foundation In this position I used many of the writing skills that I honed as a student in Alcorn s English Department s Professional Writing Program including creative writing technical writing interviewing and writing feature stories One thing I learned about myself while working as a writer was that my skills weren t only sharpened by those writing classes that I d taken but also influenced by the literature and authors I d studied This was a definite plus Currently I am a middle school teacher in Houston Texas where I have the pleasure and challenge of cultivating young minds on skills in reading and writing yet another capacity that I credit to my Alcorn education So often while working with my students I find myself referencing my Alcorn experience saying things like When I was in college one thing my professor would always tell me to notice in literature is or spark their interest with I didn t learn this until I was in college but I m going to show you this skill now My greatest hope as an educator is that I can be as influential in my students lives as my Alcorn professors have been in my own I feel forever indebted to my English professors at Alcorn because not only have they helped me grasp the educational concepts that I have needed in the career paths I have chosen but they have provided me with all the support encouragement and advice that I have needed along the way My Alcorn experience is one that will remain near and dear to my heart Greetings I am Breanna Fulton a 2011 magna cum laude graduate of Alcorn State University and doctoral student at Grand Canyon University After receiving my BA in English Literature I attended Lindenwood University Belleville to complete my MA in School Counseling While interning as a counselor at an inner city charter school I realized that I wanted to be more hands on with scholars and assist them in engaging with amazing literary works In order to do so I applied to Teach for America and accepted an offer to become a member of the 2014 Memphis Corps As a result of this I currently teach 4th grade Reading Language Arts at a school that was recently ranked as the lowest elementary school in the state of Tennessee I wholeheartedly believe that there is no other university that could have prepared me for the task of giving children the gift of literacy better than Alcorn State University In order to give my scholars the best that I can each day I consistently depend

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  • Alcorn State University: University Statements on Student Harassment
    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 Center Student Travel Itinerary Form Smoke Free Campus Drug Free Policy Registration Guides Student Handbook Vicksburg Expansion Program Vicksburg Expansion Facebook Page Academic Youth Programs Contact Us Commencement 2016 Application for Degree Form Cap Gown Order Form Graduation Requirements for Students Resources Catalog Errata Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs Message from the Director Programs Online Course Schedule University College Academic Advising Tutorial Program First Year Experience About FYE Academic Advisors Student Support Services What We Do and How We Do It Who Should Apply Meet The Team Social Media Announcements

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  • Alcorn State University: Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
    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 Center Student Travel Itinerary Form Smoke Free Campus Drug Free Policy Registration Guides Student Handbook Vicksburg Expansion Program Vicksburg Expansion Facebook Page Academic Youth Programs Contact Us Commencement 2016 Application for Degree Form Cap Gown Order Form Graduation Requirements for Students Resources Catalog Errata Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs Message from the Director Programs Online Course Schedule University College Academic Advising Tutorial Program First Year Experience About FYE Academic Advisors Student Support Services What We Do and How We Do It Who Should Apply Meet The Team Social Media Announcements and Events Alumni Summer Developmental Program Upward Bound Retention Contact Us Provost Event Attendance Request Home Academics Schools and Departments School of Arts and Sciences Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Welcome to the Department of Mathematics Computer Science The department offers degree programs majoring in computer science math and math education There is a high demand in the job market for all these majors The remarkable record of the job placement of our graduates demonstrates the quality of our programs and the tremendous demand of the job market for our majors Our department offers a curriculum in computer science that is compatible with the mainstream computer science programs in the academic world Our graduates were admitted by other institutions such as Georgia Tech and John Hopkins and did great job in their further studies Our degree programs in Math and Math Education also prepare our students for graduate study in these fields Our curriculum keeps a balance of the students need for immediate employment and life time career Not only it prepares students for jobs when they graduate it also gives students a general knowledge background in the field and develops their research capability Our graduates get better chance for further develop in their future work than those who receive training only on technical skills The department has special assistantship scholarship in addition to what is offered by the university Since 2005 the department has received over 1 6 million dollars of grant Part of the grant is used to provide tuition assistantship for our graduate students Part of the grant is used to provide student assistantship for our undergraduate students to work in the Math Center C Spire provides a special scholarship for two Computer Science Majors who are Mississippi residents every year C Spire also invites the recipients to have internship in the company The department reaches out to create opportunities for our students The chief of the Division of Information Technology of the Engineer Research and Development Center ERDC serves as one of our program advisors The department joins a university program to team with Mobile Collaborative Education Consulting to give our students firsthand experience to work on the state of art mainframe computers and train and introduce our students for the jobs in Fortune 500 companies Our students are doing interns in the ERDC and local business We invite you to join our department and take an interesting challenging and high demanding major Don t think you have to be very exceptional to join us our faculty members will help you from the first day you become a member of us Each student in our department has a faculty advisor

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  • Alcorn State University: Goals and Objectives
    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 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

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  • Alcorn State University: Undergraduate Programs
    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 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

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  • Alcorn State University: Graduate Programs
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  • Alcorn State University: Accreditation Information
    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 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

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