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  • Accessibility Services
    Guidelines for Documentation of Disability Documentation of disability should consist of an evaluation by an appropriate professional Included should be a clear statement of the diagnosis the basis for the diagnosis and the current impact of the disability as it relates to the accommodation request As appropriate to the disability the documentation should include the following elements A diagnostic statement identifying the disability date of the most current diagnostic evaluation and the date of the original diagnosis A description of the diagnostic tests methods and or criteria used including specific test results including standardized testing scores and the examiner s narrative interpretation A description of the current functional impact of the disability This may be in the form of an examiner s narrative and or an interview but must have a rational relationship to diagnostic assessments For learning disabilities current documentation is defined using adult norms A statement indicating treatments medications or assistive devices services currently prescribed or in use with a description of the mediating effects and potential side effects from such treatments A description of the expected progression or stability of the impact of the disability over time particularly the next five years A history of previous accommodations and their impact The credentials of the diagnosing professional s if not clear from the letterhead or other forms Please note the diagnosing professionals shall not be family members or others with a close personal relationship with the individual being evaluated Documentation prepared for specific non educational venues i e Social Security Administration or Department of Veteran s Affairs etc may not meet these criteria IEP or 504 plans will not be considered sufficient documentation unless accompanied by a current and complete evaluation Ferrum College Office of Accessibility Services Handbook of Policies and Procedures Click here for Disability Services Presentation

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/academic_resources_center/office_of_academic_accessibility.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Registrar's Office
    2017 PDF Transfer Guide for Incoming Students Become part of a college that thrives on seeing you succeed Start your application with Ferrum College today Click the links to the right for more information about the common Virginia Community College Course Equivalents and Liberal Arts Core graduation requirements Advanced Placement and Credit by Examination Click the above link to determine how your advanced placement scores will transfer to Ferrum Advanced Placement Examinations Course credit as well as advanced standing may be earned through the Advanced Placement Test Program Students must present a score of 3 or above on each exam to earn credit Students are responsible for requesting that their AP scores be sent to Ferrum International Baccalaureate Examinations Ferrum College recognizes the IB diploma and will award advanced standing credit for the higher level exams if a score of 5 or higher is achieved College Level Examination Program CLEP Ferrum College will accept scores is accordance with the recommendations set forth by the American Council of Education Ferrum College s 100 th Graduation weekend May 2016 Baccalaureate Service Friday evening May 6 2016 7 30 P M Commencement Saturday Morning May 7 2016 10 30 A M Central Campus Lawn If the weather is nice then the ceremony will be held on Central Campus Lawn and graduates may bring an unlimited number of guests Academic Regalia Caps Gowns April 6 2016 3 5 00 p m Senior Salute Graduating Seniors may pick up their cap gown December 2015 graduates may have a friend pick up regalia if unable to attend Regalia is not mailed The charge for the cap and gown is included in the Graduation Fee of 125 If you miss Senior Salute come by the Registrar s Office John Wesley Hall Room 13 Rain Tickets If there

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  • Academic Awards Ceremony
    from the Vice President for Academic Affairs to attend this special Awards Ceremony The Ferrum Campus is also invited to attend Academic Awards Ceremony 2014 This year the Academic Awards Ceremony is scheduled for Friday April 10 2015 3 00 p m Vaughn Chapel Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/campus_life/events/academic_awards_ceremony.html (2016-02-01)
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  • ARC Faculty Hours
    am 11 00 am BIOLOGY Professor June Minter Thursday 12 30 pm 2 30 pm CHEMISTRY Dr Natalia Smelkova Wednesday 1 00 pm 3 00 pm COMMUNICATIONS Dr Karl Roeper Wednesday 1 30 pm 3 30 pm COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS Dr Taiwo Ajani Tuesday 11 00 am 1 00 pm CRIMINAL JUSTICE Dr David Nicholson Monday 1 00 pm 3 00 pm CRIMINAL JUSTICE Professor Cliff Hapgood Wednesday 9 30 am 11 00 am ENGLISH Dr John Carey Monday Wednesday Friday 11 15 am 12 15 pm Tuesday 10 00 am 11 00 am 1 30 pm 2 30 pm Thursay 10 00 am 11 00 am ENGLISH Dr Tina Hanlon Tuesday Thursday 1 15 pm 3 15 pm HEALTH HUMAN PERFORMANCE Dr Chris Harnish Monday Wednesday 4 00 pm 6 00 pm POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr Ed Hally Friday 9 45 am 11 45 am POLITICAL SCIENCE Dr Sandra Via Tuesday 10 00 am noon RELIGION Dr Eric Vanden Eykel Monday 12 30 pm 2 30 pm SOCIOLOGY Dr Susan Mead Wednesday Friday 11 15 am 1 15 pm SOCIOLOGY Professor Peg Wimmer Tuesday Thursday 1 30 pm 3 00 pm Math Center Hours Now located in the Academic Resources Center ARC lower level of Stanley Library Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 12 00 4 00 pm 3 30 4 30 pm 12 00 3 00 pm 2 00 4 00pm 12 30 2 30 pm Writing Center Hours Main level of Stanley Library Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 00 pm 4 30 pm 1 00 pm 8 00 pm 1 00 pm 4 30 pm 1 00 pm 8 00 pm 1 15 pm 2 15 pm Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/academic_resources_center/arc_faculty_hours.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Frequently Asked Questions
    in the ARC any time The ARC is a great place to study with a group with a PAL or on your own Several PAL study sessions are scheduled twice a week and some additional sessions are often offered prior to major tests If you do not want to work in a group you can meet with a PAL for individual appointments by contacting them via the Ferrum College e mail system e mail addresses are on all PAL schedules Academic help is available in the Study Center in the ARC from 8 00 am to 10 00 pm weekdays through meetings with faculty or working with a PAL What classes are involved in the PAL program The PAL program covers classes across several majors especially introductory level classes 100 200 level courses Check the schedule for specific courses and tutoring hours What should I bring with me to the Study Center Your course text Your class notes and any handouts provided to you by your professor Something to write with to write on and any other equipment your class requires such as a calculator A schedule planner or datebook What if I can t make it to a PAL study session If your schedule prevents you from attending a scheduled study session you can schedule an individual appointments with a PAL Study tutor by e mailing them and asking to meet them at a mutually convenient time in the ARC Does the Study Center offer any online resources I can use at home Yes Check out the Study Center resources online section for tips on studying time management effective reading and note taking dealing with text anxiety learning styles and more links from Ferrum faculty and the web Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/academic_resources_center/study_center/general_questions.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Academic Schools
    more School of Arts Humanities School of Natural Sciences Mathematics School of Social Sciences and Professional Studies Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni Friends and Donors Faculty and Staff Visitors Student Calendar Campus Safety Procedures Title IX Information Related Pages Academic Theme Arts and Humanities Faculty and Staff Directory Meet Our Faculty Natural Sciences and Math Registrar s Office Stanley Library Social Sciences and

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schools/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Community Engagement, Global Learning & Sustainability
    and men On October 21 at 7 p m in the Blue Ridge Mountain Room the Help Save the Next Girl Ferrum College chapter will hold its Kick Off Event Jane Vance Morgan s art professor in the last spring of her life will speak about the organization and share memories of Morgan Please join us in our endeavors to help save the next girl For more information please contact Dr Lana Whited lwhited ferrum edu or Dr Shannon Hardwicke shardwicke ferrum edu October 2015 Meeting of the Virginia Blue Ridge Section of the American Chemical Society Thursday October 22 7 03 8 04pm Garber Hall Room 106 Ferrum College hosts the October meeting of the Virginia Blue Ridge Section of the American Chemical Society each October This year the meeting falls squarely during National Chemistry Week and also the night before Mole Day Our own Associate Professor of Chemistry and Physics Jason Powell will be the featured speaker He will present on the theme of National Chemistry Week 2015 Chemistry Colors Our World Section members will have a dinner meeting immediately prior to the presentation The presentation is free and open to the public DAR HE The Story of Emmett Till Sunday November 8 3pm Harvester Performance Center Download Flyer PDF As a part of an interdisciplinary Week of Remembrance and Promise Ferrum College will partner with Mike Wiley Productions the Harvester Performance Center and local citizens to bring DAR HE The Story of Emmett Till to Franklin County DAR HE The Story of Emmett Till is a remarkable one man show performed by Roanoke native Mike Wiley who holds an MFA from UNC Chapel Hill and teaches drama in university and community settings In this performance Wiley gives life to all the voices involved in this story about

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/schools/academic_theme.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Accounting
    Systems Advanced Accounting Theory Auditing Business Communication Business Law Business Policy Computer Applications Economics Intermediate Accounting International Finance Management Managerial Accounting Marketing Money and Banking Principles of Accounting Taxation Related Clubs There are over 50 clubs and organizations available to students at Ferrum College These are specifically related to Accounting Accounting Club Experiential Hands on Learning Opportunities Tax Returns As part of Ferrum College s motto Not self but others Accounting majors prepare tax returns for other students and low income county residents free of charge Internships Students are strongly urged to explore career opportunities and to establish mentors through an internship What can I be with a major in Accounting A major in Accounting leads to traditional career paths as well as less expected fields For example You could be a n Accountant CPA Auditor Entrepreneur FBI Agent Fraud Examiner IRS Investigator Professor Tax Specialist Accounting Faculty Jason Sharp Assistant Professor of Accounting M S Michigan State University Michigan Certified Public Accountant Certified and Accredited Fraud Examiner 540 365 4386 jsharp ferrum edu View Profile Christine H Stinson Associate Professor of Accounting and Business Program Coordinator of Accounting B S Swarthmore College M A College of William and Mary M B A University of Washington Ph D University of Washington Ph D Stanford University 540 365 4311 cstinson ferrum edu David Sulzen Associate Professor of Accounting and Director of Professional Studies M B A Georgia State University Georgia Certified Public Accountant 540 365 4316 dsulzen ferrum edu Administrative Support Bernice Setliff Academic Secretary to Accounting 540 365 4288 Office 540 365 4377 Fax bsetliff ferrum edu Find Out More For more information contact Dr Christine Stinson at cstinson ferrum edu Experiential Term Honors Program International Programs Service Learning Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome

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