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  • Alcorn State University: Faculty Advancement
    Degree Programs Faculty and Staff School of Arts and Sciences Fine Arts Music Education Performance Art Speech and Theatre Faculty and Staff Auditions and Entrance Examinations Scholarships and Band Grants Juries and Recitals Proficiency Examinations Ensembles Calendar Hearing and Health Information Jazz Festival Past Artists Participating Institutions Posters Photo Gallery More Music Info Biological Sciences Departmental Mission Course Offering Faculty Staff Proven Success Alumni Community Service Talented Biology Majors Compliance and Departmental Support News Department of Mass Communications Mass Communications Curriculum Guide WPRL 91 7 FM Radio The Campus Chronicle ASU 13 Television University Statements on Student Harassment Chemistry and Physics Faculty and Staff English and Foreign Languages Foreign Languages Writing Center Clubs and Organizations MS E D Endorsement Electives Faculty and Staff Alumni Profiles University Statements on Student Harassment Department of Mathematics and Computer Science Goals and Objectives Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Accreditation Information University Math Center Student Employment and Scholarships Faculty and Staff Contact Social Sciences Political Science History Criminal Justice Sociology Faculty and Staff University Student Conduct Policy Department of Social Work Introduction to Bachelor of Social Work Mission Statement Definition of Generalist Practice Social Work Curriculum Course Descriptions Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes Social Work Club and Honor Society Social Work Links Contact Us Military Sciences Scholarships Military Science Classes Faculty and Staff Staff School of Business Dean s Message Programs 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

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  • Alcorn State University: Combined Federal Campaign (CFC)
    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 Giving Back Supporting Alcorn Annual Fund ASU Foundation Combined Federal Campaign CFC ASU Foundation Inc History Ways to Give Staff Scholarships ASU Foundation Scholarship Descriptions Scarves Ties Campaign Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Home Giving Back ASU Foundation Combined Federal Campaign CFC Combined Federal Campaign CFC The Alcorn State University Foundation Inc has been approved to participate in the 20 National International Combined Federal Campaign CFC the federal government s workplace charity campaign that allows employees to make tax deductible contributions to qualified charities through payroll deductions between September 1 and December 15 Alcorn State University s CFC Identification Number is Alcorn alumni and friends employed with the federal government in civilian and military roles throughout the world have the opportunity to make donations to the University through the CFC no matter where they live Pledges made by federal civilian postal and military donors during the campaign season September 1 through December 15 of each year support eligible non profit organizations The CFC is the only authorized workplace solicitation of federal employees on behalf of approved charitable organizations The CFC began in the early 1960 s to coordinate the fundraising efforts of various charitable organizations so that the federal donor would only be solicited once in the

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  • Alcorn State University: ASU Foundation, Inc. History
    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 Giving Back Supporting Alcorn Annual Fund ASU Foundation Combined Federal Campaign CFC ASU Foundation Inc History Ways to Give Staff Scholarships ASU Foundation Scholarship Descriptions Scarves Ties Campaign Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Home Giving Back ASU Foundation ASU Foundation Inc History ASU Foundation Inc History Under the leadership of Alcorn State University President Walter Washington the organizational meeting for the university s foundation was held on July 31 1973 at the Hotel Heidelberg in Jackson Mississippi The incorporators were Mr Robert W Bowles Mr Robert D Gage III Mr Robert C Garraway Mr Richard G Hastings Mr John D Holland Dr Ruby E S Lyells Mr Carl McIntire Jr Mr Oliver G Taylor Jr Dr Cleopatra D Thompson and Dr Walter Washington On August 27 1973 the Charter of Incorporation of the Alcorn A M College Foundation was received from the Secretary of State of Mississippi On October 4 1973 the first by laws were adopted and the first officers of the Foundation were elected They were R D Gage III chairman Albert L Lott M D vice chairman Robert W Bowles secretary Robert C Garraway treasurer and Oliver G Taylor Jr executive director Dr Lott s 500 00 donation on November 20 1973 was the first gift to the Foundation The first large contribution was received from the Alcorn National Alumni Association on February 20 1974 in the amount of 67 712 31 On November 21 1974 and amended

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  • Alcorn State University: ASU Foundation Scholarship Phase II
    enrolled in the School of Business Mississippi residents Junior or senior and GPA not less than 3 5 FASHION EXECUTIVE EDITOR OF TOMORROW BOOK SCHOLARSHIP SPRING AWARDS ONLY Student with a 3 0 or better GPA from the School of Business or Mass Communication Must aspire to become either a fashion brand or editor of a fashion publication FLORENCE DONNELL ALLEN SCHOLARSHIP FUND The awardee will be selected on the basis of need scholarly performance and critical manpower areas The recipient must have maintained a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3 00 B average All currently enrolled students and entering Freshmen are eligible FOUNDATION EDUCATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Student with a 3 0 GPA or better GLENDA KAY KING SCHOLARSHIP Need scholarly performance and critical manpower areas 3 0 GPA or a composite score of 21 on the ACT for entering freshmen GEORGE AND TODD ALAN WHITAKER WHITAKER FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP Music major with the highest academic average need and scholarly performance Selection will be made by the Department of Music faculty GULF COAST ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP Need and scholarly performance all currently enrolled students and accepted students are eligible if no coastal freshman applies HERBERT ANDERSON JR SCHOLARSHIP Social science major who maintains at least a 2 75 GPA HONORS CAMPUS ALL STAR CHALLENGE SCHOLARSHIP The student must have been enrolled at the university for at least one academic year must be in good standing with the university and must have need of financial assistance The student must have maintained a cumulative average of 3 5 and above A non scholarship student who is a member of the Campus All Star Challenge team whose cumulative average is less than 3 5 may be given special consideration for this scholarship This student must have demonstrated outstanding leadership in the campus tournament and must have exhibited great potential as a member of the team The student must be recommended by a faculty member A committee of honors faculty will review the recommendations and select the recipient with final approval being given by the Vice President for Academic Affairs HOWARD H ROBINSON SCHOLARSHIP Graduating high school senior or an undergraduate at Alcorn from the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex area be accepted for admission to Alcorn State University as a high school senior have a minimum of 2 75 cumulative GPA on a 4 0 scale be a U S citizen be available for a personal interview with the selection committee submit completed application and documents by deadline INEZ STUTTS KNOWLES SCHOLARSHIP Need scholarly performance and critical manpower areas 3 0 GPA or a composite score of 21 on the ACT for entering freshmen ISOM H HERRON III 42 SCHOLARSHIP Junior or senior with the highest cumulative grade point average in a health science major i e health science biochemistry pre dentistry pre medicine or pre optometry biology pre dentistry pre medicine or pre pharmacy and medical technology JACK SPINKS SCHOLARSHIP FUND The recipient must have maintained a cumulative grade point average of 2 5 C average on a four point system Recipient must be an all around student who exemplifies the spirit and the desire to achieve Entering freshmen must have a composite ACT score of 15 or above The University Scholarship Committee will be responsible for screening the recommended applicants and the selection of the recipient All currently enrolled students and accepted freshmen are eligible Good prior attendance is important JAMES AND ANGELINE GUY POSEY SCHOLARSHIP FUND The recipient must have a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3 0 or is an entering freshmen with a composite ACT score of 18 or more All currently enrolled students and accepted Freshmen are eligible priority will be given to students from Jefferson Davis county Covington county Claiborne County and other enrolled students and accepted Freshmen respectively Preference is to be given to English and Agriculture majors expressing an interest in teaching Prior recipients of the scholarship are eligible to reapply However preference is to be given to new applicants JAMES AND JOYCE BOLDEN SCHOLARSHIP Book scholarship awarded to curent SGA President JAMES S FORD SCHOLARSHIP LOS ANGELES ALUMNI CHAPTER All students eligible 2 5 GPA or a composite score of 21 on the ACT for entering freshmen CHARLES J D TILLMAN AND CAROL ANN ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Scholarship funds for Agriculture students must maintain at least a 2 7 GPA and Mississippi resident JESSE ANDERSON MORRIS SR SCHOLARSHIP Junior or senior majoring in agriculture excellent moral character committed to a career in agriculture potentials of scholarship and leadership Selection by the faculty of the Department of Agriculture JESSICA HAYES WILLIAMS SCHOLARSHIP Music or Criminal Justice Majors MS MINORITY BUSINESS ALLIANCE SCHOLARSHIP Incoming Freshman majoring in Business Administration or relate field with a 3 0 or better GPA JEWELL WENDELL FORTENBERRY SR SCHOLARSHIP Entering freshman with a 3 0 GPA who is an Upward Bound Special Services or business student selection will be based on character scholarship need and a desire to achieve JOHN I AND EPSY Y HENDRICKS TEACHER EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP Undergraduate teacher education major who has been accepted into and is in good standing in the ASU Teacher Education Program three letters of recommendation which attest to recipient s moral character JOHN W OWENS SR SCHOLARSHIP FUND The recipient must have maintained a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3 0 Entering Freshmen must have a composite ACT score of 21 or more KERMIT VERA BUTCHER SCHOLARSHIP FUND The awardee will be selected on the basis of need and scholarly performance The award will be made annually The recipient must have maintained a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3 0 Entering Freshmen must have a composite ACT score of 18 or more All currently enrolled students and accepted Freshmen are eligible priority will be given to students from Pike County MS KIOR SCHOLARSHIP Student with A 3 0 GPA or better majoring in Agriculture or Natural Science LAD ENGINEERING SCHOLARSHIP Undergraduate industrial technology major

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  • Alcorn State University: Scarves & Ties Campaign
    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 Giving Back Supporting Alcorn Annual Fund ASU Foundation Combined Federal Campaign CFC ASU Foundation Inc History Ways to Give Staff Scholarships ASU Foundation Scholarship Descriptions Scarves Ties Campaign Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Home Giving Back Scholarships Scarves Ties Campaign 140th Anniversary Scarves Ties Campaign Help Tie Us Over Campaign About the Alcorn Tie Accented in university colors of royal purple old gold and white the tie depicts the official university logo featuring the historic Oakland Memorial Chapel the oldest and most iconic building on campus With a generous 90mm blade width in heavy silk twill decorated with alternating diagonal stripes The limited edition tie makes for a perfect gift for men who love Alcorn scholarship and fashion About the Alcorn Scarf Accented in university colors of royal purple old gold and white the scarf depicts the official university logo featuring the historic Oakland Memorial Chapel the oldest and most iconic building on campus A generous 36 inch square in heavy silk twill the scarf will compliment any traditional or casual outfit The limited edition scarf also makes for a perfect gift for ladies who love Alcorn scholarship and fashion Ties 50

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  • Alcorn State University: Phase II Application Process
    Alcorn State University Foundation Inc T he Foundation administers both endowed scholarships and expendable scholarships or those that must be replenished with funds from the donating individual or entity The majority of scholarships available are in the form of endowed scholarships or those that are invested and funds awarded based on available interest Endowed scholarships are mostly established by alumni former university faculty and staff or family and friends in memory of beloved Alcornites who value the opportunities of an Alcorn education Most scholarships offered by the Foundation Require a Minimum 2 0 GPA or Above Students are able to apply during the two 2 application periods PHASE I Late Spring mid March through mid May and PHASE II Early Fall late August After applications are received they are evaluated and decisions made by the university s foundation scholarship committee and staff If selected PHASE I Scholarship Recipients are notified in writing by July 15 and requested to either submit their own typed and signed Thank You Letter to the Foundation and or schedule an appointment for a Thank You Letter Writing Session with the ASU Writing Center in the J D Boyd Library at their earliest opportunity PHASE II Walk In Scholarship Recipients are notified in writing or via telephone by September 11 All Thank You Letters must be submitted to the ASU Foundation by mid October Final Thank You Letters are usually forwarded to the donor to notify them of the recipients appreciation If the final Thank You Letter is received in time the scholarship monies will be posted to the students ASU account during registration ASU Foundation scholarship recipients not only receive financial assistance to defray the cost of an education but they also become one of Alcorn s ambassadors of excellence AWARDS Actual amounts available to be awarded depend on investment portfolio performance The majority of scholarship awards are a maximum 1 000 and are awarded for one 1 academic year for both fall and spring semesters One half of the total award is paid in the fall and the remaining half in the spring A select number of scholarships are awarded for the summer sessions There are a few recurring scholarships that are renewable from year to year based on students maintaining adherence to certain criteria however the majority of scholarships are non recurring To apply Click the link below to learn about scholarships available through the ASU Foundation ASU Foundation Scholarships Descriptions OTHER EXTERNAL SCHOLARSHIP SOURCES Memphis Chapter Scholarship Students must adhere to the following Must have an ACT score of 18 or higher Must have a GPA of 2 75 or higher First priority given to Shelby County TN students but Desoto County MS students may apply APPLY NOW Scholarships for African American Women Scholarships for African American Women Herbert Lehman Education Fund The Jackie Robinson Foundation high school seniors only Ron Brown Scholarship high school seniors Black Excel Scholarship Gateways Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Dr James M Rosin Scholarship Fisk Premedical Summer

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  • Alcorn State University: Chapters
    the Office Schools and Departments Calendars Global and Multicultural Programs Graduate Studies Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Institutional Research and Assessment Library Registrar s Office Pre Professional and Honors Programs Student Affairs Vicksburg Expansion Program Commencement 2016 Resources Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs University College Provost Event Attendance Request Giving Back Alcorn State Is on the Rise Record enrollment new accreditations distinguished alumni and a Dyn O Mite band You can be proud to be an Alcornite Supporting Alcorn Annual Fund ASU Foundation Ways to Give Staff Scholarships Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Alumni A 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 Alumni Welcome Alumni Association Chapters Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Braves Road Trip Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Home Alumni Alumni Association Chapters Chapters Out of State Chapters pull from http www alcorn edu offices Alumni Default aspx id 4744 Chapters Mississippi Chapters Pull from http www alcorn edu offices Alumni Default aspx id 4728 Close Resources

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  • Alcorn State University: Braves Road Trip
    are advancing research in agriculture applied science and so much more Welcome Meet the Office Schools and Departments Calendars Global and Multicultural Programs Graduate Studies Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment Institutional Research and Assessment Library Registrar s Office Pre Professional and Honors Programs Student Affairs Vicksburg Expansion Program Commencement 2016 Resources Policies and Procedures Faculty Advancement Online Programs University College Provost Event Attendance Request Giving Back Alcorn State Is on the Rise Record enrollment new accreditations distinguished alumni and a Dyn O Mite band You can be proud to be an Alcornite Supporting Alcorn Annual Fund ASU Foundation Ways to Give Staff Scholarships Walk Run or Ride Summer Extravaganza Alumni A 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 Alumni Welcome Alumni Association Chapters Chapter Presidents Alumni Profile Form Braves Kids Club Braves Road Trip Shirley Walker s Hall of Fame Alcorn Alumni Band Letter 2015 2015 ALCORN STATE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI DIRECTORY Home Alumni Braves Kids Club Braves Road Trip Braves Road Trip Close Resources Emergency Management Ethics Line Intranet Library Bookstore Alcorn State Dining Alcorn State Catering

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