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  • Off-Campus Study - HTH Worldwide - Study Abroad
    can be found in the following document HTH Colgate Plan Brochure 2014 2015 HTH Resources HTH Worldwide offers a on call number for emergency assistance as well as online portals where travelers can access important information about their health plan search for local medical professionals and care sites request referrals and much more including A proprietary multidirectional Drug Translation Database containing the brand name equivalents for over 275 common over the counter and prescription drugs A database featuring translations of over 700 Medical Terms and Phrases It covers the 10 most widely spoken languages CityHealth Profiles online profiles with highly specific practical health care information for over 233 destinations in 100 countries outside the United States Requesting Emergency Assistance To contact HTH Worldwide Assistance Services in the event of an emergency call 1 610 254 8771 collect calls are accepted If calling from the United States HTH also offers a toll free number 1 800 257 4823 Please be aware that any event occurring when a student is within the territory of his her home country is not covered Online Portals For Students Once you receive your HTH card from your study group director you may sign up for HTH Students and begin researching local doctors creating your own medical contingency plans and accessing all the tools that HTH has to offer to keep you well prepared in the event of a medical emergency For Parents You may use HTH Parents to access all the same health and safety information that is available so you can help your enrolled students prepare to travel International SOS Colgate University contracts with International SOS to provide worldwide assistance and evacuation services for all study abroad participants and overseas travelers Before and during your time abroad we advise that you review up to date

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/planning-and-policies/health-and-safety (2016-02-01)
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  • Timeline
    never too soon Critical Deadlines for Off Campus Study in 2015 2016 The deadlines for those wishing to study abroad during the fall and or spring of 2015 2016 are Friday November 7 Colgate Study Group On Line Application due Friday February 5 Application to Participate on an Approved Program On Line form due Academic Plan signed by adviser due to Off Campus Study by 4 00 p m Note Students submitting the Application to Participate on an Approved Program must meet with an OCS adviser prior to submitting the application Fall Semester September October Start researching off campus study Do a self inventory to assess your goals and priorities for off campus study Attend an Off Campus Study 101 session check OCS Events Meet with an OCS adviser Research programs you are considering Attend October info sessions for study groups announced in Maroon News and on OCS homepage Talk to study group faculty and returned students November December Applications to all Colgate Study Groups are due Submit your Application to Participate on an Approved Program early especially if you want to go in the Fall Program applications for Fall open in January Study Group decisions sent to students at end of month Spring Semester January February Application to Participate on an Approved Program due Check application deadlines for the Approved Programs you are interested in and plan to apply directly to the program sponsor about a month early rolling admissions Be sure to discuss your off campus study plans with your major adviser if you have not done so already March April Notice of approved program semester sent to students prior to Spring Break All Fall students should complete required Colgate paperwork and attend pre departure meetings April 15 Submit transfer credit form for fall semester programs to Registrar

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/planning-and-policies/timeline (2016-02-01)
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  • Academic Credit - Off-Campus Study
    register students for the study group No further action is required to clear or receive credit Courses Taught at a Host University or Approved Program Center Courses taken at a host institution as part of a Study Group or Approved Program do not automatically earn credit Elective courses should be in the liberal arts courses in marketing business journalism or other subjects beyond the scope of Colgate s curriculum are not eligible for credit Major credit must be pre approved by the department chair as must all credit elective or major in natural sciences and English Colgate Study Group students must provide the study group director and Colgate s registrar s office with a list of elective courses in which they have enrolled at the beginning of the semester Note that individual study groups may have specific registration policies that limit the types of courses a student may receive credit for When in doubt students should consult their study group director the Office of the Registrar or Off Campus Study Approved Program students should submit an application for transfer credit with all applicable approvals and signatures to the Office of the Registrar prior to departure by April 15 for Fall programs or November 15 for Spring programs If your schedule changes on arrival at your program contact the Office of the Registrar to approve your new courses prior to finalizing enrollment Repeating Courses Courses taken off campus may not be repeated on campus Courses taken on campus may not be repeated off campus Grades and the S U Option Students are expected to take courses off campus for a grade Courses taken on a satisfactory unsatisfactory or pass fail basis will not be awarded credit Semester Course Load A normal course load on a Colgate Study Group or Approved Program is 4 00 course credits the equivalent of four regular Colgate courses unless additional course work is a required part of the program Students may be required to enroll in more than four courses while on their off campus program in order to receive 4 00 credits Since credit systems are different at many foreign universities students should not assume that one course at a host university or program whether taken through a Colgate Study Group or an Approved Program equals one credit You can be assured however that upon successful completion of a full semester s approved credit on a study group or approved program you will earn 4 00 credits toward the Colgate degree Transcripts Course titles credits and grades from all approved courses taken on a Colgate Study Group or Approved Program are recorded on the Colgate transcript Grades from courses taken at a host university are converted to the U S equivalent by the director in the case of Colgate Study Groups or by the program provider in the case of Approved Programs All approved courses taken on a Colgate study group including those taken at a host institution are awarded Colgate credit and factored into

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/planning-and-policies/academic-credit (2016-02-01)
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  • Semester Balancing Policy - Off-campus Study
    Menu Menu Approved Programs and Semester Balancing The following statement on semester balancing was issued by the Dean of the College and Dean of the Faculty Colgate considers acquisition of an intercultural perspective an important goal of a liberal arts education We are proud of the strong and extensive programs for off campus study offered to students and the high rate at which students avail themselves of these opportunities A high participation rate however must be balanced across semesters in order to maintain the integrity of the on campus academic program housing and student activities The university therefore reserves the right to regulate the number of students permitted to study off campus each semester Recent years have seen high demand for spring and it has not been possible to accommodate all requests We expect that the majority of students permitted to study on approved programs will be approved for fall Students who request a fall approved program will be approved by off campus study on a rolling basis and should submit the off campus study application early so that they can apply to their program provider at the start of the spring semester Requests for spring approved programs will be considered at the deadline First priority will be given to students whose study group or program is offered only in that semester Since most approved programs are available in both fall and spring students requesting a spring approved program must include a viable fall program option in their application They should be prepared to apply for admission immediately in the event that they are approved for fall Students will be notified of permission to participate on an approved program and which semester prior to March 1 Failure to include a fall option will not guarantee approval to study off campus

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/planning-and-policies/semester-balancing-policy (2016-02-01)
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  • Timeline
    Planning Timeline for Off Campus Study Sophomore fall is an intensive planning period for off campus study any time during the Junior year whether Fall or Spring semester start thinking and planning early Menu Menu Critical Deadlines for Off Campus Study in 2016 2017 The deadlines for those wishing to study abroad during the fall and or spring of 2016 2017 are Friday November 6 Colgate Study Group On Line Application due Friday February 5 Application to Participate on an Approved Program On Line form due Academic Plan signed by adviser due to Off Campus Study by 4 00 p m Note Students submitting the Application to Participate on an Approved Program must meet with an OCS adviser prior to submitting the application Fall Semester September October Start researching off campus study Do a self inventory to assess your goals and priorities for off campus study Attend an Off Campus Study 101 session check OCS Events Meet with an OCS adviser Research programs you are considering Attend October info sessions for study groups announced in Maroon News and on OCS homepage Talk to study group faculty and returned students November December Applications to all Colgate Study Groups are due Submit your Application to Participate on an Approved Program early especially if you want to go in the Fall Program applications for Fall open in January Study Group decisions sent to students at end of month Spring Semester January February Application to Participate on an Approved Program due Check application deadlines for the Approved Programs you are interested in and plan to apply directly to the program sponsor about a month early rolling admissions Be sure to discuss your off campus study plans with your major adviser if you have not done so already March April Notice of approved program semester

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/off-campus-study/planning-tips-and-policies/timeline (2016-02-01)
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  • Events
    Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Scholars Programs Alumni Memorial Scholars Events Menu Menu AMS Upcoming Events Check your e mail and Facebook throughout the semester for more details on Alumni Memorial Scholars events Give Us Feedback Do you have some great ideas for AMS events Maybe you ve always wanted to learn how to write the perfect resume Or perhaps you think it would be fun to go to a Syracuse museum Tell us your AMS event ideas here Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Off Campus Study Student Research Scholars Programs Alumni Memorial Scholars Events Propose a Project Past AMS Grants News and Updates Benton Scholars Lampert Institute Office of Undergraduate Studies Pre Professional Planning Academic Calendar University Catalogue Course Offerings Libraries RELATED LINKS Libraries LIBRARIES Colgate s state of the art libraries power the research of students and faculty Centers and Institutes CENTERS AND INSTITUTES

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/scholars-programs/alumni-memorial-scholars/events (2016-02-01)
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  • Propose a Project - Alumni Memorial Scholars
    may receive more than one AMS grant during their time at Colgate but combined proposals may not exceed 6 000 Proposals may be submitted for independent research academic conference attendance and faculty led research or internships Each type of proposal has its own application which you can access by following the relevant link below APPLY FOR AN INDEPENDENT RESEARCH GRANT APPLY TO ATTEND A CONFERENCE APPLY TO PARTICIPATE ON FACULTY LED RESEARCH OR AN INTERNSHIP Did you miss the AMS Proposal Workshop series Dates for the fall semester workshop series will be announced soon If you are planning to submit a proposal for the upcoming deadline it is highly recommended that you attend these workshops Do you want to learn more about research methods in the social sciences Check out these videos from Professor Henke s AMS Social Science Research Methods Bootcamp Upcoming Deadline The next deadline for AMS Grant proposals is Tuesday March 15 2016 at 5 p m This deadline applies to projects that will be conducted during the summer and fall of 2016 Criteria for Successful Proposals Grant proposals will be judged on originality clarity comprehensiveness and strength of purpose All proposals should clearly articulate how the funding will be used to augment a particular academic goal Click here to find tips on developing and writing a good proposal Keep in mind that all research involving human participants must be approved through Colgate s Institutional Review Board Proposals may be submitted for any of the following experiences but all proposals must clearly further academic goals initiating independent studies or research in an area of particular interest including research related or academically meaningful internships or experiences extending academic work in any one of a number of ways outside the formal curriculum and programs of the college supporting attendance

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/scholars-programs/alumni-memorial-scholars/propose-a-project (2016-02-01)
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  • Contact Us
    Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Scholars Programs Benton Scholars Contact Us Contact Us Alumni Memorial Scholars Benton Scholars and students in the Sophomore Residential Seminars send us a message to learn more about available research curricular and co curricular opportunities Menu Menu Peter Tschirhart Ph D Asst Dean for Undergraduate Scholars Programs 103 Lathrop Hall E mail ptschirhart colgate edu Click here to book an appointment David Dudrick Ph D Professor of Philosophy Faculty Director of the Sophomore Residential Seminars Click here to view academic profile 107 Hascall Hall E mail ddudrick colgate edu Robert Nemes Ph D Assoc Professor of History Faculty Director of the Alumni Memorial Scholars Click here to view academic profile 313 Alumni Hall E mail rnemes colgate edu Karen Harpp Ph D Professor of Geology Faculty Director of the Benton Scholars Click here to view academic profile 424 Ho Science Center E mail kharpp colgate edu Hours During the school year Monday Friday 8 30 a m to 5 00 p m Faculty office hours vary please contact them directly for more information Making Appointments Appointments to discuss AMS project ideas Benton mini Grants or any other curricular or co curricular component of the AMS Benton and SRS programs can be made by calling 315 228 6131 booking an appointment online by clicking here speaking with our Administrative Assistant Meagan Timlake in 103 Lathrop e mailing one of the staff or faculty directors listed above Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Off Campus Study Student Research Scholars Programs Alumni Memorial Scholars Benton Scholars Benton Student Profiles Group Trips Activities Benton Scholars Abroad Series Contact Us Lampert Institute Office of Undergraduate Studies Pre Professional

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/academics/scholars-programs/benton-scholars/contact-us (2016-02-01)
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