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  • Students chosen for professional internships - Hesston College
    Employee Directory Home Students chosen for professional internships Students chosen for professional internships Posted on February 2 2016 by Rachel McMaster A group of Hesston College students are honing their professional skills as interns with the college s Marketing and Communications team during the spring semester The internship is an opportunity for students to expand their skills and creativity and build their professional portfolios as freshmen and sophomores a step in the process that many students don t start until their junior and senior year The interns for the spring 2016 semester chosen through a competitive application and interview process are Tori Byler Belleville Pa photography Christy Kauffman West Liberty Ohio graphic design Abby Musser Newport News Va news and features writing Karli Rodriguez Denver Colo graphic design and Caleb Schrock Hurst Harrisonburg Va sports information These are students who love Hesston College said Communications faculty advisor Kendra Burkey Of course they see these internships as a launching pad for their futures but they also want to give something back They get to support Hesston s mission using their own unique talents and creativity That s pretty fun to see The partnership between the Communications program and the Marketing and

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/2016/02/students-chosen-professional-internships/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Hesston College Chorale and Chamber Orchestra February tour - Hesston College
    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 Hesston College Chorale and Chamber Orchestra February tour Hesston College Chorale and Chamber Orchestra February tour Posted on January 11 2016 by Larry

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/2016/01/hesston-college-chorale-chamber-orchestra-february-tour/ (2016-02-13)
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  • National Arizona Golf Benefit - Hesston College
    Club is an 18 hole par 72 championship golf course that challenges and excites golfers of all abilities The Brian Whitcomb design is continually rated one of the best recreational values in the Valley of the Sun and a true Arizona golf experience Join the important cause of supporting student financial aid for Hesston College students at the seventh annual National Golf benefit Saturday March 12 at The 500 Club in Glendale Ariz The four person scramble features fun wonderful prizes fellowship and food at a top notch course Tentative Schedule 6 30 a m Registration 6 45 to 7 15 a m Driving range open 7 30 a m Start noon Chicken barbecue lunch time approximate based on tournament finish Awards Awards will be given for 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th place Closest to the pin two for men and two for women Longest drive two for men and one for women Longest putt Registration and sponsorships Registration is 125 per golfer or 450 for a four person team includes golf cart with GPS driving range sleeve of two golf balls two drink tickets meal door prizes Lunch only price 20 each Register online Hole sponsorships for 250 Green sponsorships for 400 Registration deadline is March 9 Raffle Golfers and non golfers can purchase tickets 5 ticket 50 15 tickets for exciting raffle prizes You do not have to be present to win 2015 prizes included Kennedy Space Center Astronaut Training Experience including four night stay and airfare for two Two day training at Bob Bondurant School of Driving Arizona Coyotes 12 seat suite Sonoran Desert Hot Air Balloon ride and catered breakfast for two Set of new golf clubs and bag Construction package consisting of cordless DeWalt power tools Coffee basket And more 2016 list will be posted

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/alumni-development/development/national-golf-tournament/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Contact - Hesston College
    edu Marlene Boese Administrative Assistant 620 327 8231 marlene boese hesston edu Justin Heinzekehr Registrar 620 327 8204 justin heinzekehr hesston edu David LeVan Dean of Assessment and Accreditation 620 327 8329 david levan hesston edu Deb Roth Dean of Student Success 620 327 8239 debr hesston edu Admissions and Financial Aid Rachel Swartzendruber Miller Vice President of Admissions and Financial Aid 620 327 8206 rachelsm hesston edu Krista Murray Administrative Assistant 620 327 8223 kristam hesston edu Marcia Mendez Director of Financial Aid 620 327 8208 marcia mendez hesston edu 800 99 LARKS 800 995 2757 620 327 8222 admissions hesston edu 620 327 4221 Switchboard 620 327 8300 fax Hesston College Street Postal address 301 S Main St Hesston KS 67062 Shipping address 325 S College Dr Hesston KS 67062 Advancement Alumni and Communications Tonya Detweiler Vice President of Advancement 620 327 8112 tonyad hesston edu Hilary Dick Advancement Office Manager 620 327 8111 hilary dick hesston edu Dallas Stutzman Director of Alumni and Church Relations 620 327 8110 dallas stutzman hesston edu Office of Alumni 620 327 8109 alumni hesston edu Rachel McMaster Public Information Officer 620 327 8185 rachel mcmaster hesston edu Andrew Sharp Sports Information Director 620 327 8175 andrew sharp hesston edu 866 437 7866 866 HESSTON toll free Business Finance and Auxiliary Services Mark Landes Vice President of Finance and Auxiliary Services 620 327 8217 mark landes hesston edu Karl Brubaker Business Manager 620 327 8216 karl brubaker hesston edu Debbie Jantz Payroll and Benefits Manager 620 327 8219 debbie jantz hesston edu Russ Neufeld Information Technology Director 620 327 8102 russ neufeld hesston edu Lori Kingsley Collections Manager 620 327 8215 lorik hesston edu Jim Mason Campus Facilities Director 620 327 8121 jimm hesston edu Courtney Nethercot Bookstore Manager 620 327 8105

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  • How To Apply - Hesston College
    request until May 1 If you plan to live on campus 50 of the deposit will serve as a room deposit This is refunded upon termination at Hesston College provided that your room is in good condition The other 100 serves as a tuition deposit and is applied toward your first term tuition expenses Test Scores Test scores are used at Hesston College to assist in academic advising career counseling and in determining scholarship eligibility and probationary status Students age 21 and younger are required to have ACT or SAT test scores on file in the Registrar s Office and are advised to take these prior to their first term at Hesston Students over 21 years of age who have taken the SAT or ACT test should have scores sent to Hesston Those who have not completed one of these tests will be required to take a general purpose placement test when they arrive on campus International Student Admissions Application for Admission no fee is required You may apply online or request a paper application 144kb pdf Photo passport style photo A copy of the secondary school transcript courses taken and grades earned If the applicant has taken any national examination a copy of the results must be sent If the applicant has completed any university study that transcript should also be sent Evidence of English language proficiency required in most cases Hesston College accepts these minimum scores 440 on the Paper Based TOEFL PBT 123 on the Computer Based TOEFL CBT 41 on the Internet Based TOEFL iBT 4 on the International English Language Testing System IELTS Grade 2 on the STEP EIKEN test 475 on the TOEIC Evidence of adequate financial resources bank statement or bank letter etc which shows the availability of funds for a minimum of the first year of study at Hesston College Admission without Graduation from High School Gifted students with exceptional records who have not completed their senior year in high school may be admitted by special action of the Dean s Office Persons who have not completed high school but have taken the General Educational Development tests are considered for admission on the basis of their GED test scores Re admission Students who have previously attended Hesston College may apply for readmission by notifying the admissions office The student s original file will be reviewed and updated records will be requested as needed Students who have been dismissed from Hesston College must apply for readmission through the Academic Development or Student Development Committee Students whose studies at Hesston College have been interrupted by five years or more may be required to meet requirements of the catalog at the time of re admission Transfer of College Credits to Hesston Hesston College recognizes certain course work completed at other colleges and universities Certified transcripts should be sent directly to the Admissions Office at Hesston from the issuing institution Transcripts are reviewed by the registrar and academic advisors Accepted courses are recorded on the student

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/admissions/apply/how-to-apply/ (2016-02-13)
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  • FAQ - Hesston College
    within specific programs of study and anything else If one or both of your parents attended Hesston College you will receive a 1 000 Alumni Scholarship just for carrying on your family s Hesston College tradition Make sure you tell your admissions counselor that your mom or dad attended Hesston so you can be sure to have the scholarship added to your financial aid award How do I secure my place in the dorms Start by filling out and submitting the housing form on your myHesston page You can find it by clicking on the Housing and Registration link on the right side of the page The housing form will help us try to match you with a compatible roommate Then send in your 150 deposit You can mail it or pay by credit card by calling 800 995 2757 50 secures your place in the dorms and serves as a room deposit and is refunded when you leave Hesston after two years as long as your room is in good condition 100 secures your place in classes once you register for classes We can t place you in a dorm room until you have paid your deposit and the first round happens in mid May so submit your deposit early for the best chance at getting the room you want The deposit is refundable by request until May 1 Your housing information including the name of your roommate will be posted on your myHesston page in early summer or after we receive your completed health form How do I register for classes Registration information will appear on your myHesston page when it is time for you to start getting ready to register for classes You have the option to register on campus or by phone with your academic advisor You can also look online at the class options and get ideas about the classes you need and want to take The college s course catalog is also available online Who is my academic advisor Your academic advisor is a faculty member who will serve as your mentor during your time at Hesston He or she will typically be someone from your field of study and will help you set your class schedule so you get the credits you need for transfer You can see who your advisor is on the Registration page at myHesston Feel free to contact your advisor with any questions about registering for classes your schedule or your major How do I get my books for class After you have registered your class schedule will be posted to your myHesston page Click on the Academics link in the box at the top of the page to see your schedule Then open the Textbook Reservation link under Handouts or visit the Hesston College Bookstore online after July 1 for instructions on placing your book order You can reserve new or used books to save some money but used books will be reserved on a first come first

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/admissions/accepted-students/faq/ (2016-02-13)
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  • The Next Steps - Hesston College
    to live on campus one third of the deposit will serve as a room deposit and is refunded when you leave Hesston assuming your room is in good condition The rest serves as a tuition deposit and is applied toward the first term tuition expenses Complete your housing application After you re accepted you ll receive information about completing your housing application and health form on your myHesston account If you don t receive these immediately after you re accepted don t worry they re coming The housing application will help us determine your lifestyle preferences in order to make the best possible roommate assignment if you haven t already requested a roommate You ll receive your roommate assignment and other pertinent information via your myHesston account in early summer The health form is in two parts one that is submitted via your myHesston account and one to download and take to your physician for a signature The health form must be completed before you can move into the dorms or attend classes Register for classes After you re accepted you ll receive information that will outline registration procedures Again we send these things out en masse so if you don t get it immediately after your acceptance relax it s coming You will register online through your myHesston account Order your textbooks and supplies Once you have registered you can step to the front of the line and order your textbooks and supplies online This is the way to go especially if you want to purchase used textbooks to save a few dollars The bookstore fills online requests for used textbooks before the store opens in the fall Our bookstore staff will have your order the right books for all your classes boxed and ready when you arrive on campus Pack your things and come to Hesston We re excited to see you and we will have a group of students and staff ready to move you into the dorms We call them Shakers and Movers because they will shake your hand when they meet you and they ll move your things from the parking lot to your room Unpacking and organizing are up to you and your roommate and any family members you can convince to help you Here are a few ideas of things you might want to bring After you arrive Opening Weekend Opening Weekend is when the entire Hesston campus community comes together to usher in the new academic year It takes place over a weekend in early to mid August and includes an opening convocation campus picnic orientation sessions games and the ever popular Mod Olympics Moving in You ll move in on the Friday morning of Opening Weekend and join the other students in your mod our very cool version of residence halls Each mod consists of five to eight rooms with a total of nine to 15 students You can either choose your own roommate or we ll line one up for

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  • What to bring (and what not to bring) - Hesston College
    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 Admissions Financial Aid Accepted Students What to bring and what not to bring What to bring and what not to bring Freshmen roommates David Rudy Manheim Pa and Michel Anderson Wichita Kan pose for Rudy s mother Carolyn as they moved in to Kauffman Court at the beginning of the year What to bring extra long twin bed sheets pillow s extra blanket alarm clock towels and washcloths bathroom caddie and supplies soap shampoo razor etc fan laundry basket computer wireless is available ethernet cable if you have a desktop computer refrigerator talk with roommate before bringing one backpack duffle bag overnight trips sleeping bag clothes hangers office supplies scissors paper clips stapler pens wastebasket etc notebook with folders for each class calendar room decor posters pictures etc kitchen basics bowl plate silverware cup snack foods iron and mini ironing board if you iron on a regular basis What not to bring

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