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  • Schedule of Classes
    the announced change to the appropriate schedule Delayed Opening Schedule Compressed Schedule Early Dismissal Midday Special Program 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 Delayed Opening Compressed Schedule Early Dismissal Midday Special Program Coursework Exam Schedule Registrar s Office Schedule of Classes Contact Information Admissions 800 868 9797

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  • Bookstore
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    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/bookstore.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Career Services
    process information links for internships employment position notices employer web pages and graduate school links You will want to check out this page weekly as a Senior because of additions to employment openings and special programs like career fairs that are added through the year Career Assessment Surveys Computer administered surveys are available for students who want to gather information about their interests and values as related to career and academic major choices The interpretation of career surveys are provided in group settings or individually There is no charge for Focus 2 or Myers Briggs Type Indicator surveys Graduate and Professional School Application Assistance with the graduate school application process and computer administrated sample tests are available for the Graduate Record Examination GRE Please call Jennifer Oakes for an appointment at 540 365 4259 Employment Search Process Our staff encourages each student to make an appointment to discuss a plan of action regarding their employment or graduate school search Areas of assistance include Internet search internships resume writing interviewing skills and critiquing video taped mock interviews Employment search workshops will also be conducted throughout the semester and advertised to students and faculty Resume and Cover Letter Reviews Our staff is available to assist students with writing and editing resumes and cover letters which are critical to the employment search process Internships and Summer Employment Information and advice are provided concerning opportunities to gain work experience through participating in internships volunteer programs and summer employment Alumni and on campus sponsored internships internship files and directories are available in the office and internet links on the CSO website Career Library An extensive collection of books brochures videotapes and handouts are available in the office covering all aspects of career opportunities graduate and or professional schools internships and business and professional directories Students

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  • Coursework
    MUSICAL THEATRE School of Natural Sciences Mathematics AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES BIOLOGY CHEMISTRY BA BS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES HEALTH SCIENCES MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES PRE PROFESSIONAL SCIENCE School of Social Sciences ACCOUNTING BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEMOCRACY JUSTICE AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT HEALTH HUMAN PERFORMANCE INTERNATIONAL STUDIES LIBERAL ARTS ELEMENTARY EDU MINOR POLITICAL SCIENCE PSYCHOLOGY RECREATION LEADERSHIP SOCIAL WORK Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students President s Welcome Alumni

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  • The PACE (Pathways: Advising, Connection, Exploration) Office
    freshman and new transfer students by coordinating the scheduling process and PAWS sessions PACE also assists students throughout their freshman and sophomore years as they enter into a major course of study Facilitating faculty members role as advisors in conjunction with School Deans is a key component of PACE PACE staff manages on line advising tools and advisor assignment processes and updates advising records Part of the PACE Office is devoted to an inviting advising center for all students to support academic planning and the undergraduate experience as well as exploration of graduate school options The PACE Program is an integral part of the Pathways to Success framework It is particularly focused on the Connection and Exploration Gates in addition to advising PACE Office Programs and Resources Panther PAWS Information for New Ferrum Students Information for Parents and Families of New Ferrum Students Information Services PowerPoint from PAWS 2015 Academic Planning Instructions for Students revised Fall 2015 8 Semester Plans Contact the PACE Office at advising ferrum edu or 540 365 4270 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

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  • Special Programs
    Undergraduate Success Honors Program International Education Learning Opportunities Program Roots and Routes 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 Special Programs FOCUS Program Learning Opportunities Program Honors Program International Education Roots and Routes WELL Alliance Application for FOCUS 2015 Contact Information Admissions 800 868 9797 Operator 540 365

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  • Academic Engagement and Success
    Academic Accessibililty Services with questions about accommodations and how to capitalize on the resources available to them Documentation is handled and services are provided in a confidential manner compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act First Year Student Support FOCUS First Opportunity for College Undergraduate Success is a two week summer program designed to prepare students for the rigors college academics Students are able to three hours of academic credit through instruction and guidance from Ferrum College faculty and interactive activities For more information and an application please contact FOCUS coordinator Tom Steele tsteele ferrum edu For extra support throughout the first year the Learning Opportunities Program includes weekly access to a professional Learning Consultant and private study rooms in close proximity to their residence hall rooms Contact Ronda Bryant rbryant ferrum edu for more information on how to apply Brother4Brother B4B and Sisters4Sisters S4S are two peer mentoring programs in which upper class students provide personal academic and social mentoring for freshman students at Ferrum College Students learn to conduct themselves in a mature manner discover ways to engage themselves in the Ferrum community and beyond and develop the skills and attitude required to be successful both at Ferrum and in their chosen career For more information contact Tom Steele B4B at tsteele ferrum edu or Ronda Bryant S4S at rbryant ferrum edu Transfer Student Resources Here s some great information on academic programs academic planning and getting involved on campus First Generation Students Ask Me FIRST If you are the first person in your family to attend college CONGRATULATIONS This is a huge milestone for you and your family and you will be presented with challenges as well as opportunities throughout your college experience There are a number of people on campus who have offered to encourage and

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  • Academic Certificates
    Perspectives Certificate provides students at Ferrum College the opportunity to expand their education beyond the boundaries of a standard major by selecting courses designed to prepare them for life in the twenty first century where traditional boundaries are rapidly giving way to broader cultural and global issues that demand new perspectives and new insights and knowledge Completion of the requirements of the Global Perspectives Certificate will prepare students to become better informed socially responsible and environmentally conscious members of the national and world community and thus better able to collaborate with people of diverse cultural attitudes beliefs and values as stated in the college s student learning outcomes Download Global Perspectives Certificate course requirements Email David Howell for more information Professional Accountancy Certificate The Professional Accountancy Certificate provides students at Ferrum College the opportunity to focus their studies in a way that will provide all of the academic coursework necessary for them to become a Certified Public Accountant CPA prepare them to pass the rigorous CPA exam and succeed in the workplace as a professional accountant Students will select accounting business and other classes that provide them with an understanding of the various roles professional accountants fill and the knowledge and skills demanded to fill those roles in a professional ethical manner Download Professional Accountancy Certificate course requirements Email David Sulzen for more information Stewardship toward Sustainability Certificate The Stewardship toward Sustainability Certificate provides students at Ferrum College the opportunity to expand their education beyond the boundaries of a major through learning experiences designed to examine the human nature relationship from a variety of perspectives The certificate is a merging of three fields of study bioculturalism eco social justice and stewardship studies Bioculturalism recognizes the co evolutionary interdependent relationship of humans in and with nature while eco social justice critiques

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