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  • Parent Council - Hesston College
    m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Student Development Resources for Parents Parent Council Parent Council Parent Council Becky and Brad Cooper Amy Nissley Stauffer and Ardell Stauffer Daniel and Rochelle Reyes Eric and Melody Short Miller Mark and Beth

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/student-development/resources-for-parents/parent-council/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Tips about Having a Student in College - Hesston College
    Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Student Development Resources for Parents Tips about Having a Student in College Tips about Having a Student in College Your role and relationship with your child will change but your bond will not You will still serve as the primary influence in your children s lives But you will be further away physically and figuratively You will be communicating less frequently but keep the communication lines open Welcome your student home but encourage him or her to stay on campus as much as possible We work diligently the first six to eight weeks to help students acclimate to campus develop friendships and get involved in campus activities Avoid the temptation of managing Encourage your student to take ownership of his or her college experience When your child turned 18 or became a college student he or she assumed the rights over his or her educational information Even though you may be paying the bill you do not have the rights to your student s records College is a microcosm of a community We have meals residences chapel and worship services a convenience store a library

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/student-development/resources-for-parents/tips-about-having-a-student-in-college/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Tips about Homesickness - Hesston College
    Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Student Development Resources for Parents Tips about Homesickness Tips about Homesickness Top 10 tips for parents about homesickness Don t ask your student if he or she is homesick The power of suggestion can be strong Write even if they don t write back Occasional care packages are huge emotional boosts Ask questions but not too many Use honest open ended questions Don t worry too much about stressed out phone calls or e mails You will likely hear about the failed test but not about successes Visit on occasion not too much and call ahead Keep a positive attitude about change Avoid projecting the adjustment you are making onto your student Validate feelings then encourage Avoid negative comments such as Cafeteria food can taste bad or I hope your roommate isn t a problem Use technology to stay in touch within reason cell phone e mail Facebook Twitter Skype etc

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/student-development/resources-for-parents/tips-about-homesickness/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Roommate Connection Tips - Hesston College
    be the first time they have had to share a room with another person Here are a few points to think about and discuss with your roommate The Room The room is shared space between the two of you Decorate your room together so that each of you are satisfied with the look and feel of your space Although one of you may get bored one afternoon while your roommate is in class consult with your roommate before moving furniture in your room The Stuff Remember that although you share the room you do not necessarily share the contents Things like clothes food movies televisions video games and even computers are things that your roommate may want to share or expect you to share Talk about this boundary early and establish what you will and will not share The Noise Whether it is talking on the phone listening to music turning on the television or an alarm clock going off the noise level in your room is important to consider Noise level becomes a particular concern when the two roommates are on differing schedules One roommate may not have any morning classes and be up late watching T V while the other may need to be well rested for their eight o clock morning class Discuss appropriate times for the noise levels in your room The Talk Communication is an important part of living with a roommate When you experience a conflict with your roommate go straight to the source and address the problem Beating around the bush does not communicate that you have concern and depending on how subtle you are your roommate may not even realize you are approaching them about an issue Regardless of what the conflict is enter your conversation with a positive attitude Choose words

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/student-development/roommate-connection-tips/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Development Staff - Hesston College
    Partner Program Update Your Info Capital Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Student Development Student Development Staff Student Development Staff Vice President of Student Development and Athletic Director Rob Ramseyer robr hesston edu Administrative Assistant Brenda Wenger brenda wenger hesston edu Director of Campus Life Juli Winter juli winter hesston edu Campus Pastor Todd Lehman todd lehman hesston edu Campus Activities Director Jasmine Stutzman jasminem hesston edu Resident Directors Brent Brockmueller brentb hesston edu Scott Friesen scott friesen hesston edu Stephanie Swartzendruber stephanie swartzendruber hesston edu Heidi Zehr heidi zehr hesston edu Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Sacred Pathways Chapel and Forum Schedule Frequently Asked Questions Counseling Services Resources for Parents FAQ for Parents Parent Council Tips about Having a Student in College Tips about Homesickness Roommate Connection Tips Student Development

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/student-development/student-development-staff/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Handbook - Hesston College
    Handbook Hesston College Student Handbook 2015 16 PDF Academic Information Academic Advising Graduation Requirements Registration Information Selecting Courses Transfer and Advanced Placement Midterm and Final Exams Grades Transferring to Other Colleges After Hesston Student Development Campus Ministries Residence Life and Campus Community Standards Campus Activities Arts Activities and Organizations Art Intramural Sports Athletics Drama Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Music Recreational Facilities Special Events Stutzman Retreat Center Mary Miller Library Handbook Policies Access to Student Records Title IX Policy and Procedures for Student Sex Discrimination Section 504 Grievance Procedures Student Complaint Policy Early Arrival Policy Classroom Behavior Expectations Drug and Alcohol Policy Crime Awareness and Campus Security Information Hesston College Crime Statistics Dining Handbook Telephone Handbook Other Campus Services Personal Counseling International Student Program Bookstore Mail Service Information Technology including policies about campus computer usage printers dormitory computer connectivity and network distribution of copyrighted material Academic Services ACCESS Financial Aid Laundry Facilities Transportation to and from Campus Health Insurance Student Employment Banking Services Vehicle Registration and Parking Policy Services Available Off Campus Banking Services Medical and Health Services Local Church Listing Where to find Answers Maps Campus map Hesston city map The contents of this handbook apply to the 2015 16

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/student-development/student-handbook/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Arts, Activities, Organizations - Hesston College
    season pass to HBPA events Music For more than a century music has been an important component of campus life at Hesston The Music department offers students unique and varied performance opportunities Two Hesston College choirs Hesston College Chorale and Bel Canto Singers offer students an artistic outlet and a place to advance singing skills The Hesston College Chamber Orchestra generates strong performances from within the canon of symphonic literature Auditions are required for membership in each of these ensembles The Screaming Larks Pep Band is another opportunity for students to express school spirit Hesston College Chorale is a 30 to 45 voice mixed choir that focuses on sacred repertoire from a broad spectrum of styles and traditions Chorale embarks on a tour each year and participates in regional worship services in addition to performing a home concert each semester Chorale collaborates with Bel Canto Singers and the Hesston College Chamber Orchestra to present a choral masterwork every Thanksgiving This ensemble is selected by audition in the beginning of each semester Bel Canto Singers is a select mixed ensemble that performs a variety of music from Renaissance to 21st century works encompassing sacred and secular idioms with an emphasis on mainstream college level literature Bel Canto Singers tours each academic year and for two weeks every other summer in addition to providing music for regional worship services civic events home concerts each semester and a choral masterworks concert at Thanksgiving Voice lessons are required during the first year of enrollment in Bel Canto Singers This ensemble is selected by competitive audition Final selections are made by mid April for the next academic year International Chorale is comprised of 30 to 40 voices and is offered during the summer in even numbered years During the three week tour students perform roughly 10 concerts in European Mennonite or related churches and sing informally in cathedrals and civic venues In addition to performing choir members are engaged in studying the history and culture and attend concerts in various cities Comprising about half of the overnight accommodations homestays are a highlight of this tour Humanities credit available Focusing on the canon of symphonic orchestral literature the Hesston College Chamber Orchestra performs on campus in the community and tours either independently or in collaboration with one of the college choral ensembles The orchestra performs a home concert each semester and it serves as the orchestra for the Thanksgiving choral masterwork concert and depending on instrumentation musical theatre productions each spring Advanced students also have the opportunity to audition for the Newton Mid Kansas Symphony Orchestra or a jazz ensemble at Bethel College All students with strong backgrounds in strings winds and percussion are invited to participate In addition brass winds and percussion players make up the Screaming Larks Pep Band at a select number of home basketball games each season Hesston College offers applied instruction in piano organ voice guitar and all orchestral instruments Beginning level lessons are taught in class settings Students are taught

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  • Dining Handbook - Hesston College
    7 75 5 50 Sun Breakfast 8 30 to 10 30 a m 4 50 3 25 Sun Lunch noon to 12 45 p m 10 50 7 25 Sun Supper 5 15 to 6 p m 7 75 5 50 Child prices are for children ages 5 to 12 Children under 5 eat free Bontrager Student Center Dining Hall Dining services offer buffet self service style dining experience for students commuters faculty staff and visitors Meal plans are required for all students living on campus Payment for all others can be by cash or charged to their campus account ID Cards ID cards are required to enter the dining hall for breakfast lunch and dinner Meal plans are not transferable and lost or missing ID cards may be replaced through the Student Development Department Special Services Provided Sack Lunches Meal Refunds Sack lunches are available to boarding students whose on campus work or class schedule prevents them from eating in the cafeteria College sponsored activities scheduled over meal times may be eligible for reimbursement Advance notification is required to be eligible for reimbursement Sick Meals Meals are provided for those who are sick and unable to eat in the dining hall Contact your resident assistant RA or resident director RD for the proper forms Special Dietary Needs Any special dietary needs should be addressed directly with the Director of Food Services at ext 8177 Food Services staff will try to accommodate to the best of their ability any medically diagnosed dietary needs Dining Hall Policies Understandings Shoes and shirts must be worn in the dining hall at all times Food and property of the college may not be taken from the dining hall We have an all you can eat policy which provides you with plenty to eat while

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