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  • Meal Plans | Fisk University
    equivalency option This plan also offers 25 flex dollars 19 meals per week are automatically added to an on campus student s account Students who meet the credit hour requirment are able to contact the Office of Residence Life and Campus Services toadjust their meal plan up No later than 15 days after the first day of class No adjustments can be made after the deadline 12 meals per week plus 50 flex dollars Junior and Seniors have the option to purchase this meal plan Minimum 60 credit hours This plans is designed for students with moderate appetites With this plan you can enjoy up to 12 meals offered each week in the dining hall as well as in The Sub Shop through the meal equivalency option This plan also offers 50 flex dollars 10 meals per week plus 75 flex dollars Junior and Seniors have the option to purchase this meal plan Minimum 60 credit hours This plans is designed for students who want a meal plan that will allow them to eat at least 1 meal per day With this plan you can enjoy up to 10 meals offered each week in the dining hall as well as in The Sub Shop through the meal equivalency option This plan also offers 75 flex dollars 19 Meals Per Week 2 204 00 12 Meals Per Week 1 507 08 10 Meals Per Week 1 159 00 Commuter Meal Plan Designed exclusively for commuter students faculty and staff the commuter meal plan is great for the occasional diner The meal plan offers a convenient hassle free way to always enjoy a delicious meal or grab a quick bite without ever searching for a quarter Purchase a commuter meal plan at the Cashier s Office through your student account You may

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  • Dining FAQs | Fisk University
    pm to 8 00 pm What is a commuter meal plan Designed exclusively for commuter students faculty and staff the commuter meal plan is great for the occasional diner The meal plan offers a convenient hassle free way to always enjoy a delicious meal or grab a quick bite without ever searching for a quarter Purchase a commuter meal plan at the Cashier s Office through your student account You may pay with MasterCard Visa Cash Money Order or Financial Aid Credit Learn more about commuter meal plans including cost on the meal plan page What facilities accept the meal plans and commuter meal plans The Meal Plans and Commuter Meal Plans are accepted in the Dining Halls and The Sub Shop In the dining hall you can enjoy a wide variety of popular all you can eat menu options in a comfortable atmosphere The Dining Hall offers something for everyone Whether you are interested in traditional cuisine similar to what your mother prepares at home or something else the hall is sure to have what you desire The Origins Station offers you an array of ethnic foods from around the world From the far reaches of the Pacific Rim to regional America a flavorful integration of spices herbs and seasonings demonstrates an epicurean exchange between cultures Menutainment is the centerpiece for our culinary showmanship Each day features a different performance for lunch and dinner which can include pasta sauté stir fry made to order wraps and much more Sandwich Central offers a wide variety of made to order sandwiches and subs daily Each day we also feature one specialty sandwich made with unique breads and spreads Trattoria is an Italian restaurant that has been scaled to fit every appetite from hand tossed pizza one day to main course pastas another this station is always a student favorite The Fresh Grille offers the perfect blend of traditional grill favorites and contemporary new foods It s more than just your traditional burgers and fries station The Garden Emporium is an exciting market of the freshest salad offerings and home style soups Double Treat Bakery is the perfect end to a delicious meal Here you will find a wide variety of homemade desserts pies and cakes Morning Editions offers morning treats which include fresh pastries and other tasty breads cold cereals wholesome milk fresh whole fruit and a self serve waffle station The Center of Refreshments offers a wide variety of carbonated and non carbonated beverages At the Sub Shop enjoy gourmet sub sandwiches Outtakes grab n go items refreshments and much more If I don t use all of my meals in a given week do they carry over to the following week Meals do not carry over from one week to the next week Can I treat a guest by using two of my meals in a designated meal period Although your meal plan is non transferable you may purchase a meal for another guest with your flex dollars Can

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  • Catering Services | Fisk University
    cakes beverages and snack items We ask that all orders be presented to us with a minimum of 48 hours notice Special orders require 96 hours notice You may call us at 615 329 8791 or email moc ytilatipsohnospmoht gniretacksif Services Resources Academic Excellence Student Performance AESP Services Early Intervention Services Living Learning Centers Tutorial Services Supplemental Instruction Faculty and Student Survey Resources Bookstore Center of Teaching and Learning Technologies ITS Help Using Blackboard Computer Proficiency Test Distance Learning CIRTL HP Catalyst SloanC Multi versity Curriculum Mapping Tool Mobile Apps Explore Fisk App Virtual Tour Campus Security Quiz Deluxe BMI app Environmental Health and Safety Counseling Center Dining Services Meal Plans Dining FAQs Employment Opportunities Catering Services Facilities and Grounds Fisk University Galleries The Carl Van Vechten Gallery The Aaron Douglas Gallery Sesquicentennial Art Commission Permanent Collections Current Exhibitions Gallery Services Map HBCU Wellness Project Campus Mail Center Fisk University Research Resources Spirit Store WFSK WFSK FAQs Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook Connect Fisk University 1000 17th Avenue N Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8500 Fisk University 2015 All Rights Reserved Contact ude ksif retsambew Fisk Facts Washington Monthly ranks Fisk 1 in research among liberal arts institutions in the

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  • The Carl Van Vechten Gallery | Fisk University
    of Modern American and European Art which includes works by Pablo Picasso Paul Cezanne Auguste Pierre Renoir Henri de Toulouse Lautrec Georgia O Keeffe Charles Demuth Marsden Hartley and Arthur Dove The Alfred Stieglitz Collection is currently NOT ON VIEW It will return to Fisk University in 2016 You may view the list of works in The Stieglitz Collection by downloading the attached pdf Admission Type Cost General Admission 10 Senior 60 6 College Student ID 5 Kids 18 and under FREE Â Group 10 or more 6 person The Carl Van Vechten Gallery warmly welcomes tour groups school trips and visitors of all ages Though we do not require a reservation a prior notification of your arrival is greatly appreciated To schedule your visit please contact our gallery coordinator Sara Estes at 615 329 8544 or 615 329 8720 or via email ude ksif setses Hours Academic Year Aug 14 May 7 Tuesday Saturday 10 a m 5 p m Summer May 7 Aug 14 Monday Friday 10 a m 5 p m Location On the corner of Dr D B Todd Jr Blvd and Jackson Ave Fisk University Campus 1000 17th Ave North Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8720 Galleries will be closed Labor Day Weekend Fall Break October 11 13 Thanksgiving Break Winter Break Services Resources Academic Excellence Student Performance AESP Services Early Intervention Services Living Learning Centers Tutorial Services Supplemental Instruction Faculty and Student Survey Resources Bookstore Center of Teaching and Learning Technologies ITS Help Using Blackboard Computer Proficiency Test Distance Learning CIRTL HP Catalyst SloanC Multi versity Curriculum Mapping Tool Mobile Apps Explore Fisk App Virtual Tour Campus Security Quiz Deluxe BMI app Environmental Health and Safety Counseling Center Dining Services Meal Plans Dining FAQs Employment Opportunities Catering Services Facilities and Grounds Fisk University Galleries

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  • The Aaron Douglas Gallery | Fisk University
    not require a reservation a prior notification of your group arrival is greatly appreciated To schedule your visit please contact our gallery coordinator Sara Estes at 615 329 8544 or 615 329 8720 or via email ude ksif setses Hours Tuesday Saturday 10 a m 5 p m Location 3rd Floor of the John Hope and Aurelia Franklin Library Fisk University Campus 1000 17th Ave North Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8685 Galleries will be closed Labor Day Weekend Fall Break October 11 13 Thanksgiving Break Winter Break Services Resources Academic Excellence Student Performance AESP Services Early Intervention Services Living Learning Centers Tutorial Services Supplemental Instruction Faculty and Student Survey Resources Bookstore Center of Teaching and Learning Technologies ITS Help Using Blackboard Computer Proficiency Test Distance Learning CIRTL HP Catalyst SloanC Multi versity Curriculum Mapping Tool Mobile Apps Explore Fisk App Virtual Tour Campus Security Quiz Deluxe BMI app Environmental Health and Safety Counseling Center Dining Services Meal Plans Dining FAQs Employment Opportunities Catering Services Facilities and Grounds Fisk University Galleries The Carl Van Vechten Gallery The Aaron Douglas Gallery Sesquicentennial Art Commission Permanent Collections Current Exhibitions Gallery Services Map HBCU Wellness Project Campus Mail Center Fisk University Research Resources

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  • Sesquicentennial Art Commission | Fisk University
    the contract The Artist s awarded the contract will be required to provide the following services Complete an original work of art within the required time frame Be available for press interviews GAAFU s Board of Directors anticipates that the creation of the work of art is a one time planning and product development initiative RFP ISSUE DATE Friday August 15 2014 APPLICATION DEADLINE Tuesday September 30 2014 5 00 p m Central Daylight Time TO APPLY Applications are available online at www fisk edu artcommission Please print and complete the application Send the completed application along with 10 digital images of your art work Projects must be submitted as PDF files loaded onto a portable flash drive and sent to the address below Fisk Sesquicentennial Art Commission c o Victor Simmons Curator Fisk University Galleries 1000 17th Avenue North Nashville TN 37208 Please note that Victor Simmons will be available to answer questions about this request for proposals until the deadline date September 15 2014 5 p m CDT Applications and images sent via email will not be considered Application materials must include Resume 10 000 characters maximum If you are applying as a team please include your team studio resume If that is not available please combine the individual resumes one right after the other of each team member into one document Letter of interest 5 000 characters maximum 10 images of your work in the following formats jpg png and gif files will be accepted Images should be at least 100 dpi and no larger than 1500 x 1500 pixels Please include the title medium dimensions and year for your entry You may also include a brief statement about your work No more than one page There is no application fee to apply To view the application go to www fisk edu artcommission FOR QUESTIONS REGARDING THE RFP Direct questions related to this RFP to Victor Simmons Curator Fisk University Art Galleries and submit such questions in writing via email Send all to ude ksif snommisv PRIZE AMOUNT OF COMMISSION The winning entrant will be awarded 35 000 APPROPRIATE IMAGERY A broad range of imagery from figurative representational abstract to non objective will be considered Imagery embodying the spirit and history of Fisk University its educational and communal mission will be given the highest consideration Images considered incompatible with the spirit and purpose of the commission will not be considered ARTIST SELECTION PROCESS Artist Selection Panel This panel will be made up of representatives from Fisk University The panel will review the works submitted and narrow the applicants to three 3 artists to be considered for the project The three 3 projects and qualifications of the finalists will be reviewed and the winning applicant will be chosen by the Artist Selection Panel from this group and recommended to GAAFU s Board of Directors for approval The Selection Panel will use the following criteria to evaluate the submissions Application is complete and submitted prior to the application deadline

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  • Permanent Collections | Fisk University
    Aaron Douglas Collection includes over 30 works by the former Fisk professor and Harlem Renaissance 1924 1930 artist The collection spans Douglas s historical career from New York City in the 1920s to his death in Nashville during the late 1970s Paintings sketchbooks prints photographs and graphic works form the content of this remarkable collection The Carl Van Vechten Collection In 1946 Carl Van Vechten donated 400 of his outstanding photographic portraits to Fisk One of the great cultural figures and philanthropist in American life between the two World Wars Van Vechten was a prominent dance and music critic and novelist during the 1920s From the early 1930s until his death in 1964 he was best known as a theatrical and society photographer The Carl Van Vechten Portrait Collection contains photographs of celebrities artists and other prominent figures taken in his studio and in private settings The Harmon Foundation Collection With close to 200 works The Harmon Foundation Collection forms the backbone of Fisk University Galleries outstanding African and African American art collections The Harmon Collection contains traditional African artifacts and iconic works by many of the leading African American and African artists of the early to mid twentieth century including James Porter Hale Woodruff Susan Ogunjami William Henry Johnson Jacob Lawrence Alexander Skunder Boghosian and Romare Bearden The Harmon Collection was presented to Fisk in 1974 The James Miles Collection The James Miles Collection is one of the smallest and most remarkable collections maintained by Fisk University Galleries Containing eight large scale paintings created by the artist James Miles a 1974 graduate of Fisk the collection looms large among the Galleries holdings due to the astounding artistry and monumental size of the works The Miles Collection was presented to Fisk in 2010 by the artist s family The John C Taylor Collection The John C Taylor Collection is one of the largest and most eclectic collections housed by the galleries The Taylor Collection contains paintings artifacts prints and decorative objects from various historical periods cultures and continents including Africa Asia Europe and the Americas Chinese porcelains and 20th century American and European paintings form the core of this collection which includes over 200 objects The Taylor Collection was presented to Fisk in 2002 The Liff Family Collection of African Art Well known and rare masks ancestral statues and other traditional objects from East and West Africa form The Liff Family Collection of African Art Presented to Fisk in 1989 the collection contains over 100 traditional objects made by several tribal groups including the Senufo Bambara Bobo Guro Maasai Mossi Yoruba and other sculpture producing peoples of sub Saharan Africa The Winold Reiss Collection In 1953 the German born artist Winold Reiss donated 25 of his stunning portrait drawings to Fisk in honor of his former pupil Aaron Douglas the acclaimed Harlem Renaissance painter and Fisk educator The portraits dating from 1924 to 1927 came from Reiss s acclaimed Harlem and St Helena Island Series both of which display his

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  • Current Exhibitions | Fisk University
    2nd Floor From A Master s Hand Winold Reiss Portraits John Hope Aurelia Franklin Library 1st Floor An Extraordinary Gift The James Miles Collection Appleton Room Jubilee Hall 1st Floor Services Resources Academic Excellence Student Performance AESP Services Early Intervention Services Living Learning Centers Tutorial Services Supplemental Instruction Faculty and Student Survey Resources Bookstore Center of Teaching and Learning Technologies ITS Help Using Blackboard Computer Proficiency Test Distance Learning CIRTL HP Catalyst SloanC Multi versity Curriculum Mapping Tool Mobile Apps Explore Fisk App Virtual Tour Campus Security Quiz Deluxe BMI app Environmental Health and Safety Counseling Center Dining Services Meal Plans Dining FAQs Employment Opportunities Catering Services Facilities and Grounds Fisk University Galleries The Carl Van Vechten Gallery The Aaron Douglas Gallery Sesquicentennial Art Commission Permanent Collections Current Exhibitions Gallery Services Map HBCU Wellness Project Campus Mail Center Fisk University Research Resources Spirit Store WFSK WFSK FAQs Search Flickr YouTube Twitter Facebook Connect Fisk University 1000 17th Avenue N Nashville TN 37208 615 329 8500 Fisk University 2015 All Rights Reserved Contact ude ksif retsambew Fisk Facts Fisk ranks in the top 77th percentile of all institutions in the United States receiving federal science and engineering research funds according to

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