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  • Information for New Ferrum Students
    FOCUS Experiential Term E Term Stanley Library Spanish and Russian at Ferrum Registrar s Office Portal Resources Viewing Your Class Schedule on Panther Portal Viewing Your Class Schedule on FCGO Mobile App How to Print and Download You Class Schedule in Student Planning Financial Aid and Student Accounts Financial Aid FAQ s Withdrawal Policy Student Employment Payment Schedule Tuition Room and Board Special Fees Policy for Withdrawal Payment Options Residence Education and Commuter Information Residence Hall Life Residence Hall Facilities Life in the Residence Hall Living with a Roommate Leadership Opportunities for You in the Residence Hall Residence Hall Staff Residence Life Frequently Asked Questions Commuting to Ferrum Commuter Student Association Parking What to Bring Not Bring to College Athletics Athletic Information ferrumpanthers com Career Services and Student Leadership Engagement Career Services Office CSO Clubs and Organizations Religious Life Spiritual Life at Ferrum Health Services and Counseling Ferrum Community Health Center Counseling Services Other Campus Services Bookstore Communications Information Services Accessing I Assistant and Web Mail Ferrum Express Dining Services Meal Plan Information Retail Operations Mail Service College Police Additional Educational Enrichment Opportunities Appalachian Cluster International Programs Ferrum Outdoors Miscellaneous Information Forms Inclement Weather Policy Information Sources Abbreviated Schedules e2Campus

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/academics/pace/new_students.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Intramural Sports
    experience levels There will be a chance for both males and females to participate in every type of program offered and we offer something for everyone Intramural Teams Basketball Basketball 5 on 5 Rules Basketball 3 on 3 Rules Flag Football Flag Football Rules Kickball Kickball Rules La Disc Powderpuff Football Powderpuff Football Rules Softball Softball Rules Soccer Volleyball Indoor Indoor Volleyball Rules Special Programming Adventure Challenge Panther Scamper 5K

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/student_links/student_leadership_engagement/intramural_sports/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Hank Norton Center Major Gift Naming Opportunities
    Larrry J Hite Mr Chris Hodges Mr Darren J Hodges 02 Mr Hubert D Hodges 65 Mrs J Churchill Hodges Mrs Gail M Holley Mrs Tracy Sigmon Holley 96 Mrs Evelyn Stone Holmes Mr Christopher D Holt 93 Dr Cynthia Ward Holt 92 Rev Dr Janine W Howard Mr Kevin C Howe 90 Howell s Motor Freight Inc HSBC Mr Charles E Hubbard Mrs Gail M Hudson Mr William L Hudson 63 Mrs Joanna Gruver Hudzik 01 Mr Mark Hudzik Mr Jimmy R Huff 68 Rev Dr Stephen C Hundley Mr Travis T Hundley 07 Mr Richard E Hylton Sr 56 Mr Lynwood D Inge ITT Roanoke Employees Federal Credit Union Mrs Marguerite N Jackson Mrs Linda Jaglowski Mr Richard Jaglowski Mr Robert M James 84 Mr Harvey Jeffreys Mr W Keith Jenkins 58 Mr Donald D Jennings 58 Mr James A Jez 76 Mr Curtis A Johnson 71 Mr C H Jones Mr Coy Jones Mrs Joyce Johnson Jones 87 Mrs Patricia English Jones 57 Mrs Ann Melton Journell 57 Mr Kenneth D Journell 57 Mr Jess N Judy Mr William I Judy Mr W Randolph Kelley 90 Mr David S Kennedy Mr Temple L Kessinger Jr 66 Mr John G Kines Jr 68 Mr C Bradley King 66 Mr Jerry A Kirk Mr Charles J Koczwara 70 Ms Sandra D Lagana Mr Douglas B Lane Minnie and Bernard B Lane Foundation Ms Slone Hodges Lang 96 Mrs Patricia Jones LaReau 57 Mr Albert Latimer 77 Mr Robert W Leavitt Jr 72 Mr Wayne E Lenhart Ms Bettie S Lettieri Mr Mason P Ligon Mrs Lorinda G Lionberger Mr Samuel L Lionberger Jr Mrs Marilyn S Loving Mr Mark D Lowman 83 Lucky Management Company Inc Mr Donald A Lucy 74 Mr Donald F Luttrell 68 Lynchburg Sports Club Dr Esther G Mabry Mr John R Mahony III 70 Ms Candace S Martin 02 Mr Guy Martin 38 Martinsville Bulldog Booster Club Mr Aubrey L Mason 70 Mr Judson P Mason 67 Mrs Ginni Matern Mastin 04 Mr Robert B Mastin 02 Dr Marlene B Henley Mathews Mr F Henry Maxey Mr Frank H Maxey Jr Mr John J Mazalewski 68 McCall Insurance Agency Dr John R McCraw Jr 63 Dr Frank C McCue III Mrs Nancy N McCue Mrs Gayle G Meadows Mr Peter A Meletis 75 Mr Timothy S Mercer 91 Ms Mary France Merciez Mr Lucius M Merritt Jr 65 Mica Mine Farm Mr William W Micks 68 Mid Atlantic Camps Inc Mr James E Moody Mr John S Moody Mr John W Moore III 93 Mr William E Moore Jr Ms Joanne P Morgan Mr Ken Morgan Mr Howard Morris Mr Gene Mosier Mrs Georgia Mosier Mr Philip C Mosser 69 Ms Barbara Muller Mrs Pattie Winfree Munnikhuysen 66 Mrs Angelia Hunt Naff Mr J Abraham Naff Mrs Michele K Naff Mr Wesley W Naff III Mrs Shannon Jost Netta 97 Mr Robert I Newman Jr 66 Mr Richard H Norrell Mr Harry G Norris

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/student_links/athletics/hank_norton_center/donors.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Norton Center
    college football titles The Hank Norton Center houses locker rooms for most of Ferrum s outdoor sports teams a state of the art Sports Medicine Center weight room laundry facilities meeting rooms a classroom coaches and athletic administrative offices and the Sam Webb Football Wing Norton Center Exterior Sports Medicine Area Cold and Hot Therapy Pools Weight Room Locker Room Football Awards Area Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
    guarantee your aid each year However your merit scholarship is renewable for an additional 3 years assuming that you maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress Since you must complete the FAFSA each year for need based programs there is no guarantee you will receive the same amount of aid each year My parents make a lot of money should I still apply Absolutely You really never know what kind of aid you may receive if you don t apply Applying for the FAFSA is free and you may still wish to apply for student or parent loans Completing the FAFSA What is the FAFSA The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid It essentially the form schools use to determine your eligibility for federal and state need based assistance Schools determine their institutional need based financial assistance on the FAFSA as well When should I complete the FAFSA You can complete the FAFSA any time after January 1 of the year you plan to enroll Most schools have a priority deadline as well At Ferrum we request that new students complete the FAFSA before March 1 and returning students by April 1 This does not mean that if you file after these dates that you will not receive aid If you apply before the priority deadline you have the greater likelihood for a great aid award Where can I get the FAFSA You can apply online for the FAFSA at www fafsa gov Remember that you and your parent both need to have Personal Identification Numbers PIN so that you can sign your application online electronically You can request PIN s at www pin ed gov and use them year after year PIN s also are used if you need to make corrections to your submitted FAFSA and can be used to access NSLDS and other federal financial aid websites What is EFC EFC means Expected Family Contribution Based on what you have reported on the FAFSA a formula prescribed by the US Congress is used to determine what you and your family can contribute to your education This number is not a bill It may also not match the amount you and your family will end up contributing What does Cost of Attendance and Financial Need mean Cost of Attendance COA is a budget that the school has put together based on direct costs tuition fees room board and indirect costs books travel personal etc the student may incur You cannot exceed the school s COA with all educational programs including loans Financial need is calculated by the following equation COA EFC Financial Need My parents don t help me with money can I be independent Even though you may not be receiving money from your parents to help with educational expenses it does not necessarily make you an independent student Questions on the FAFSA will help you in determining your status as dependent or independent To be independent you must meet one of the following criteria i You are 24 years of age or older as of January 1 ii You are married iii You are working on a master s or doctorate degree iv You are a veteran of the Armed Forces v You have children who receive more than ½ of their support from you vi You have dependents other than children who receive more than ½ their support from you vii When you were 13 years or older both parents were deceased you were in foster care or a dependent ward of the court viii You are an emancipated minor as determined by a court ix You are in a legal guardianship as determined by a court x You are considered an unaccompanied youth by your high school homeless liaison the director of an emergency shelter program or by the director of a runaway or homeless youth center The Financial Aid Office has leeway in determining dependency status based on extenuating circumstances You should contact the Financial Aid Office if you feel that you have mitigating circumstances that may affect your dependency status What is a SAR A SAR is a Student Aid Report that you will receive back from the Federal Government after you submit the FAFSA Essentially it is a copy of what you reported on the FAFSA along with next steps and helpful information The SAR should be reviewed to ensure that you have completed everything correctly If changes need to be made you can do so online I completed my FAFSA but I haven t received an award letter yet What do I do You are always welcome to call or email the Financial Aid Office to see where you stand in the process It may be that we need extra documentation or more information before we can proceed with your aid award Please be aware that no aid award is final until all forms and documents are received and processed My family has some unusual circumstances that I cannot list on the FAFSA What do I do If you or your family have extenuating circumstances please contact the Financial Aid Office to see what other options may be available Some of the circumstances may include Death of a parent spouse loss of employment divorce or separation receipt of a one time lump sum of money support of a disabled or elderly relative You will need to document these circumstances to the Financial Aid Office There is no guarantee that the circumstances will change your aid award Check out our Forms and Downloads webpage for the Special Conditions instructions informational sheet Work Study Questions Does Ferrum offer work study Yes Work Study eligibility is based on the results of the FAFSA and is a need based work program Students who are awarded work study will see this program listed as part of their financial aid award The maximum amount we will allow is 2500 per year How do I get a job The Student Employment Office will be happy to assist

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/student_links/financial_aid/resources/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Types of Aid
    reflect a named endowment Teach Grant Title IV Federal grant for students who intend to teach in a low income school with a certain subject such as special education math etc More information on this grant is available online Failure to complete the requirements of this grant will result in the grant becoming a Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan with interest accruing from the date you received the grant Outside Scholarships Students are encouraged to research other grants and scholarships available from all other Federal State and Private resources Private scholarship links are available under Scholarship Links on the Financial Aid Website Many states have their own state funded grant programs that students may be able to utilize for funding VSAC Vermont is a state with funding available for students Federal Work Study Work Study Title IV federal work program to assist students with payment of educational costs A separate application and tax forms are required Eligibility based on the results of the FAFSA Note Students are paid directly for work study hours earned and funds cannot be subtracted from the student account balance Student Loans Federal Stafford Loan Subsidized and Unsubsidized Title IV Student loan for students Interest for Stafford Loans is 4 29 for the 2015 2016 academic year Repayment begins 6 months after graduation or ceasing half time enrollment Separate application s processes are required Loan fees of up to 2 may be subtracted from the amount applied for Parent Loans PLUS Loan Title IV federal loan for parents of undergraduate students The interest rate for 2015 2016 is 6 84 fixed Loan fees of up to 5 will be subtracted from the amount applied for Separate applications and a credit check are required Alternative Loans Alternative Loan Student loans available and should be used as a last resort Interest rates and repayment benefits will vary depending on the loan chosen Policies Students must maintain Satisfactory Academic progress see pages 62 67 of the College Catalog are considered ineligible for all Title IV HEA aid programs Pell Grant TEACH Grant IRAQ Afghanistan Service Grant Awards SEOG Work Study Perkins Loans Stafford Loans and PLUS Loans The College Catalog also discusses what steps a student may take to regain eligibility for Title IV aid should they not meet the criteria for Satisfactory Academic Progress What Happens After I Have Received My Award Letter Make sure to return any requested documents to the Financial Aid Office as soon as possible for further processing of your financial aid award An award is not considered accepted and final until all documents have been received verified and processed Forms must be completed in their entirety signed and dated All Virginia residents should complete the VTAG Application before July 31 2016 It must be received by the Financial Aid Office no later than July 31 Let the Financial Aid Office know of any additional scholarships grants or loans that you will receive to assist you with educational costs Receipt of these funds will affect

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  • Transferring Credits
    number of upper level hours required for graduation by the student s major program and the College Only credit hours not grade point average transfer to Ferrum College Transfer credit does not enter into the grade point average for honors Direct Transfer Guaranteed Admissions Agreement We appreciate the need of our students to experience a smooth transition from community college to Ferrum Virginia transfer students who have earned an Associate of Arts Associate of Science or an Associate of Arts and Sciences degree from a Virginia Community College may be eligible for the Guaranteed Admissions program This agreement requires the student to have all of the following Earned a grade of C or higher in courses applicable to the transfer oriented degree program Earned a minimum of 60 transferrable credits Hold an overall cumulative GPA of 2 0 or higher prior to enrollment at Ferrum College When a student meets all eligibility criteria Ferrum agrees that the student has satisfied the Liberal Arts Core course portion of its graduation requirements with the exception of a Bible based course If the student has not had a 3 credit Bible based course as part of the Associate degree curriculum then Ferrum College will require that the student successfully complete REL 111 112 113 or PHI 131 The student must satisfy all other graduation requirements including writing intensive speaking intensive E term and experiential learning requirements Learn which courses will transfer to Ferrum College Transfer Tool Articulation Agreements In addition to having a Guaranteed Admissions Agreement with all Virginia Community Colleges we also have adopted specific articulation agreements between Ferrum College s Criminal Justice Program and the following Danville Community College Administration of Justice Program Virginia Western Community College Administration of Justice Program If you have any questions about Ferrum College s articulation

    Original URL path: http://www.ferrum.edu/admissions/prospective_students/apply/transfer/transferring_credits/index.html (2016-02-01)
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  • Liberal Arts Core Requirements
    MUS 121 MUS 122 CST 130 CST 141 3 Mathematics MTH 105 MTH 107 MTH 111 MTH 112 MTH 203 or MTH 211 MTH 120 MTH 152 MTH 163 MTH 164 MTH 166 MTH 168 MTH 173 MTH 175 MTH 180 MTH 181 MTH 182 or MTH 271 3 Natural Science Lab Science courses BIO CHM or PHY BIO 101 BIO 102 BIO 141 BIO 142 CHM 111 CHM 112 PHY 201 or PHY 202 6 Literature ENG 201 ENG 202 ENG 203 ENG 204 ENG 205 or ENG 206 ENG 241 ENG 242 ENG 243 ENG 244 ENG 251 or ENG 252 3 History HIS 101 HIS 102 HIS 201 or HIS 202 HIS 101 HIS 102 HIS 111 HIS 112 HIS 121 or HIS 122 6 Social Science ECO 201 ECO 202 PSC 101 PSC 202 PSY 201 SOC 101 or SOC 202 ECO 201 ECO 202 PLS 211 PLS 212 PSY 200 SOC 201 or SOC 268 3 TOTAL Liberal Arts Core Hours Required 37 Speaking Intensive Requirement CST 105 CST 100 or CST 110 Writing Intensive Requirement Must be taken at Ferrum College Experiential Requirement Must be taken at Ferrum College E term Requirement Must be

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