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  • Working at Colgate - Resources
    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 Working at Colgate Resources Helpful Links and HR Resources The following are links to other sites that may be of interest to the Colgate community Colgate University neither monitors sponsors nor controls the content of any of these linked sites Menu Menu Helpful Links Staff Handbook Downloadable Forms Fidelity Investments Emergency Closing Policy Fiscal Compliance Hotline Position Review Group Thus the content or opinions expressed on such sites are not necessarily the positions of the university and the university is not legally responsible for any such content or opinions Questions regarding the content of such sites should be directed to the site s sponsor Health Dental Insurance Companies BluePPO BluePPO Doctor and Hospital Finder Guide OptumRx Prescription Drug Coverage PrimeMail Retirees over age 65 Delta Dental Other Benefit Providers PayFlex Mang Insurance Emeriti Health CU Well Employee Wellness Retirement Plan Vendors TIAA CREF Fidelity Investments Tax Forms and Government Information W 4 IT 2104 NYS Tax Form IRS Department of Labor Social Security Department Local Information Banks First Source Federal Credit Union Oneida Savings Bank NBT Bank Newspapers Chronicle of Higher Education Diverse Issues in Higher Education The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Other Chenango Nursery School Village of Hamilton Working at Colgate Staff Job Opportunities Temporary and Summer Job Opportunities Faculty Job Opportunities Human Resources Office Benefits Compensation Spousal Partner Employment Work Life Programs Staff Development Holiday Schedule Employee Relations Resources Helpful Links Staff Handbook Downloadable Forms Fidelity Investments Emergency Closing Policy Position Review Group RELATED LINKS Intellectual Engagement INTELLECTUAL ENGAGEMENT Collaborative research

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  • Hamilton Village Webcam
    Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit 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

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  • United States - Eligible Citizens Financial Aid for Colgate University
    the Office of Financial Aid should be aware In many cases we are not initially able to take such circumstances into account but with further documentation such as might be requested during the course of a financial aid appeal we are sometimes able to make adjustments Please feel free to contact the Office of Financial Aid if you have any concerns Admitted students who are awarded aid and have decided to attend Colgate will also be asked to file after payment of the enrollment deposit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA The FAFSA is used to determine eligibility for federal aid programs such as loans and campus work study but at Colgate it is not needed for the initial aid estimate The same holds true for parent and student income tax returns as discussed below Any questions regarding the financial aid application process should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid at finaid colgate edu Application Requirements Prior to Admission 1 CSS PROFILE The CSS PROFILE an application widely used by many private colleges is available online beginning each year in early fall at www collegeboard com profile Please wait to submit your application until the correct year s form is available selecting the school year for which you will be enrolling so we can properly track your submission Consult the PROFILE instructions for the necessary fees which are waived automatically by the College Board for eligible applicants When asked you should list Colgate code 2086 on the PROFILE so we will be able to access your application Please be aware that because of annual software updates we may not be able to receive your submitted data until December 1 Early applicants need not be concerned about this delay so long as the acknowledgment from the College Board indicates that Colgate will be among the colleges to receive the application Noncustodial PROFILE if applicable Information must be provided by each living biological or adoptive parent If your biological or adoptive parents live apart and are divorced separated or were never married to each other then the custodial parent i e the parent with whom you more often reside completes the PROFILE and the noncustodial parent completes the Noncustodial PROFILE The Noncustodial PROFILE process begins after completion of the custodial parent s PROFILE Filing instructions will be provided by CSS electronically Students with questions about the Noncustodial PROFILE requirement should contact the Office of Financial Aid After Payment of the Enrollment Deposit 2 Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA The FAFSA can be completed online at fafsa ed gov Be sure to select the correct FAFSA application for your year of intended enrollment To complete the FAFSA you will need to have a Federal Student Aid ID FSA ID The FSA ID will serve as your electronic signature For dependent students at least one parent must also have an FSA ID If you need assistance with the log in or ID creation process please call 1 800

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/admission-financial-aid/financial-aid/prospective-first-year-students/united-states-eligible-citizens (2016-02-01)
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  • Financial Aid Policies and Procedures for Incoming First-Year Students
    to family payments will be issued automatically each term approximately one week after the end of the drop add period If later in the semester a credit appears on the account as the result of disbursement of federal funds a refund will be made automatically within two weeks of the disbursement Credit resulting from non federal funds will be applied toward a future semester unless the family requests that the funds be returned to the student or parent instead Refunds required as a result of withdrawal or leave of absence will be made in accordance with the policy outlined in the Colgate University Catalogue Students will receive any refunds more quickly if they sign up for electronic ACH transactions directly through Colgate s TouchNet billing system Reapplying for Financial Aid U S and Canadian students need to reapply for financial aid annually Non Canadian international students should check here for information about financial aid beyond the first year If a student continues to demonstrate need and remains eligible for assistance financial aid will be provided Information on reapplying for financial aid will be sent to an aided student s Colgate e mail account in February Students are required to complete the appropriate financial aid forms each year by April 1 Failure to submit a timely application for grant aid may change the composition of a student s financial aid award Colgate Grant aid is not guaranteed for late applications Study Groups Colgate Grant recipients can receive additional assistance for one Colgate directed approved off campus study group and one Colgate directed extended study program Institutional grant aid is awarded to meet the extra costs after loans have been increased to the maximum eligibility level However if prior to receiving the study group award letter a student chooses to increase a loan beyond the level noted in the initial award for the year Colgate will continue to provide only the level of grant that would have been available had the additional loan not been taken the student remains responsible for the portion of the extra study group costs that would ordinarily have been awarded in the form of additional loan Students participating in Colgate directed approved off campus programs must be sure to complete all necessary applications prior to departure to ensure availability of funds Arrangements for refunds of anticipated credit balances should be made with the Office of Financial Aid at least three weeks prior to departure Appealing or Declining an Award Students who have concerns about their awards should contact the Office of Financial Aid as soon as possible after receiving notification of the award and at least one week prior to the enrollment deposit deadline A Request for Review form will be sent upon request the form must be completed and returned before a review can be conducted Generally reviews can be considered only before the deposit has been paid A student who wishes to decline any part of an award must do so in writing to the

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  • Colgate University Office of Admission's Mid-Atlantic Regional Representative
    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 Admission Financial Aid Contact Us Admission Staff Information Mid Atlantic Regional Representative Menu Menu Admission s Mid Atlantic Regional Representative Emily Thigpen senior assistant dean of admission is based in the Washington D C metro area as Colgate s Mid Atlantic Regional Representative Emily recruits and reads applications as if she were located on campus but is accessible to prospective students in Washington D C Maryland Virginia West Virginia North Carolina and South Carolina Prospective students Students and parents are welcome to contact Emily with questions about Colgate University or the application process To connect with students Emily has office hours at local coffee shops to chat with students holds informational interview days meets with community based organizations and speaks at any college admissions related engagements Counselors Guidance counselors college counselors and community based organization staff members may contact Emily at any time simply to make a connection or with any special requests Alumni and current students In addition to her admission work Emily is excited about working with the vibrant alumni network in the D C metro area and connecting with students on the National Institutes of Health and Washington D C off campus study programs Upcoming Events Coming soon Contact Information For any questions or special requests Emily Thigpen ethigpen colgate edu 315 228 7973 Admission Financial Aid Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications For Counselors Contact Us Admission Staff Information Mid Atlantic Regional Representative Contact an Admission Fellow Contact a Current Student RELATED LINKS

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  • Faculty and Staff - Africana and Latin American Studies
    Science Center P 315 228 6740 abaptiste colgate edu Antonio Barrera Associate Professor of History and Africana Latin American Studies Chair Department of History 308 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7549 abarrera colgate edu Michelle Bigenho Professor of Anthropology and Africana Latin American Studies 428 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7030 mbigenho colgate edu Kermit Campbell Associate Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Chair Department of Writing Rhetoric 213D Lathrop Hall P 315 228 7315 kcampbell colgate edu Tsega Etefa Associate Professor of History and Africana and Latin American Studies 316 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7515 tetefa colgate edu Annelise Anneliese Gretsch Program Assistant 218 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7763 agretsch colgate edu Maureen Hays Mitchell Professor of Geography 306 Ho Science Center P 315 228 7251 mhaysmitchell colgate edu Graham Hodges George Dorland Langdon Jr Professor of History and Africana Latin American Studies 321 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7517 ghodges colgate edu Jonathan Hyslop Professor of Sociology and Africana Latin American Studies 414 Alumni Hall P 315 228 6043 jhyslop colgate edu Laura Klugherz Professor of Music Africana Latin American Studies and Director of Chamber Music 104 James C Colgate Hall P 315 228 7643 lklugherz colgate edu Rhonda Rhonda F Levine Professor of Sociology 410 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7532 rlevine colgate edu Carol Ann Lorenz Associate Professor of Native American Studies Director Native American Studies Program 415 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7184 clorenz colgate edu Frederick Luciani Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures and Africana and Latin American Studies Coordinator of the Latin American Studies Concentration in the Africana and Latin American Studies Program 207 Lawrence Hall P 315 228 7293 fluciani colgate edu Edith Edie MacPherson Administrative Assistant in the Peace Conflict Studies Native American Studies and Africana Latin American Studies Departments 221 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7806 emacpherson colgate edu Jay Mandle W Bradford Wiley Professor of Economics 218 Persson Hall P 315 228 7960 jmandle colgate edu Brian Moore John D and Catherine T MacArthur Professor of History and Africana Latin American Studies Director of the Africana Latin American Studies Program 216 324 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7260 blmoore colgate edu Mary Moran Professor of Anthropology and Africana Latin American Studies 417 Alumni Hall P 315 228 7548 mmoran colgate edu Kezia Page Associate Professor of English and Africana and Latin American Studies Coordinator of the Caribbean Studies Concentration in the Africana and Latin American Studies Program Arnold A Sio Chair in Diversity and Community 302 Lathrop Hall P 315 228 7268 kpage colgate edu John Palmer Associate Professor of Educational Studies Chair Department of Educational Studies 14 Persson Hall P 315 228 7291 jpalmer colgate edu Max Rayneard Research Affiliate P 315 228 7266 mrayneard colgate edu Lourdes Rojas Paiewonsky Charles A Dana Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures Chair of the Department of Romance Languages Literatures 219C Lawrence Hall P 315 228 7093 lrojas colgate edu Heather Roller Assistant Professor of History 322 Alumni Hall P

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  • Model African Union
    A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Academics Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Model African Union Menu Menu Model African Union We invite you to participate in the Model African Union The half credit course ALST 290 will prepare you for a life changing experience at the National Model African Union About the MAU You will spend the first five weeks of the semester meeting once a week for two hours and we will have one debriefing meeting following the national conference Throughout the semester you will research and prepare a position paper in support of a resolution to be presented to one of the five standing committees of the Model African Union Social Affairs Economic Affairs Peace and Security Union Governance Executive Council which will manage a simulated security crisis Together we will explore the Roberts Rules of Order debate and diplomacy You grade will be determined by an 8 10 page position paper and resolution as well as the your active participation in the on campus class and simulated union meeting The Model African Union meeting is a three day simulation exercise sponsored by Howard University in Washington D C We will attend with others teams of students from more than 20 top U S colleges and universities The trip includes briefing sessions at the embassies of the countries our team will be representing Colgate will cover all expenses for the trip to Washington D C Prerequisites are ALST 201 Core 189 or Core 170 173 185 or 190 or permission of the instructor Contact Professor Mary Moran faculty adviser for this project for more information Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Model African Union Lecture Series Newsletter Events Announcements Art and

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  • Shirley Graham and WEB DuBois Lecture Series - ALST - Colgate University
    Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit 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 Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Lecture Series Menu Menu Shirley Graham and W E B DuBois Lecture Series Each year the Africana and Latin American Studies ALST Program brings speakers to campus as part of the Shirley Graham and W E B DuBois Lecture Series to expand upon the ALST curriculum and challenge students like you to critically analyze what you are learning in the classroom Fall 2014 Professor Robert Trent Vinson Which Walk to Freedom W E B Du Bois Marcus Garvey and the Promise and Peril of Pan Africanism in Twentieth Century South Africa Date October 15 2014 at 4 30 Location Love Auditorium Past Lectures The playlist below includes the full videos of past lectures from the series Academics Majors and Minors Departments and Programs Africana and Latin American Studies Academic Program Course Offerings Faculty and Staff Model African Union Lecture Series Newsletter Events Announcements Art and Art History Asian Studies Biology Chemistry The Classics Computer Science East Asian Languages and Literatures Economics Educational Studies English Environmental Studies Film and Media Studies Geography Geology German History International Relations Jewish Studies LGBTQ Studies Linguistics Mathematics Medieval Renaissance Studies Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Music Native American Studies Neuroscience Peace and Conflict Studies Philosophy Physics Astronomy Political Science Psychology Religion Romance Languages and Literatures Russian and Eurasian Studies

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