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  • Massasoit Community College Dual-Degree Transfer Program  ·  Stonehill College
    something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Admission Apply Transfer Applicants Massasoit Community College Dual Degree Transfer Program Massasoit Community College Dual Degree Transfer Program Get a head start on the next step in your education a bachelor s degree from Stonehill College First Year Applicants Transfer Applicants Science Transfer Initiative Massasoit Community College Dual Degree Transfer Program FAQs for Transfer Applicants International Applicants Contact Info Contact a Transfer Admission liaison today Sam Smith Associate Dean of Enrollment Coordinator of Transfer International Admissions ssmith stonehill edu 508 565 1217 Evan Desatnick Coordinator of Transfer Affairs Articulation 508 588 9100 x1463 Email edesatnick1 massasoit mass edu Stonehill College Office of Student Financial Assistance Phone 508 565 1088 Fax 508 565 1426 Email finaid stonehill edu Science Transfer Initiative Studying science technology engineering or math Special opportunities await you at Stonehill As a science transfer student you can take on a real life research project meet one on one with professors who know you by name find an exciting internship and get a head start on your career Learn More Earn a Bachelor s Degree from Stonehill College Massasoit students who transfer to Stonehill College under the Dual Degree Transfer Program can apply up to sixty 60 Massasoit credits towards a bachelor s degree from Stonehill as long as a grade of C or higher is earned About to finish your associate s degree Now is a great time to consider transferring An agreement between Massasoit and Stonehill means that many of the courses you ve already completed cover requirements at Stonehill Want to transfer early Even if you re not quite ready to finish your associate s degree the credits you earn at Stonehill in pursuit of a bachelor s degree can transfer back to Massasoit and apply toward the requirements for an associate s degree It s like working towards two degrees at the same time Credit equivalency is not guaranteed Please consult with an advisor to plan appropriately Enrollment Eligibility Massasoit Community College students interested in transferring to Stonehill under the Dual Degree Transfer Program must meet the following eligibility criteria and complete the application process on time Students who do not meet requirements for the Dual Degree Transfer Program may apply for admission to Stonehill via the standard transfer admission process Transfer eligibility At least 30 credits earned at Massasoit A minimum overall GPA of 3 00 Good academic and disciplinary standing Application deadlines Fall transfer April 1 Spring transfer November 1 Application process Students must submit all of the following to Stonehill s Office of Admission by the appropriate deadline in order to be considered for fall or spring enrollment Important forms related to this process can be found at the bottom of this page Common Application and Stonehill specific questions One

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  • FAQs for Transfer Applicants  ·  Stonehill College
    university Many transfer students have attended more than one college or university before they apply to Stonehill You must submit the Registrar s Report Form from the last college or university attended Please request that this form be filled out completely In addition applicants must submit an official transcript from every college and university where credit was earned or attempted Back to Top Do I need to submit my high school transcript and SAT scores to apply as a transfer All transfer students must have an official transcript sent to the Stonehill Office of Admission from their high school Stonehill is a Test Optional school for all applicants so we DO NOT require transfer students to submit SAT or ACT scores Back to Top What if English is not my first language Do I need to take the TOEFL or the IELTS International first year and transfer applicants whose native language is not English are required to submit Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL or International English Language Testing System IELTS scores as part of their application for admission The recommended TOEFL score is 575 on the written exam or 90 on the internet based exam The recommended IELTS score is 7 0 TOEFL IELTS results will be waived for students who score 600 or higher on the Critical Reading and Writing portions of the SAT While U S Citizens and Permanent Residents whose native language is not English are not required to submit the TOEFL or IELTS applicants are welcome to do so to better demonstrate their English proficiency Back to Top If I have a G E D will my application be looked at differently than applicants who have a high school diploma No All transfer applicants must have either a high school diploma or a G E D and they need to have either the high school transcript or the G E D test result sent directly to the Stonehill College Admissions Office Back to Top If I was a poor student in high school but have done better in college university will I still have a chance of being admitted as a transfer The Committee of Admission reviews your whole academic record when evaluating your candidacy The committee likes to see improvement in your academic work Many transfer students did not work up to their potential in high school but then applied themselves in college and strengthened their academic records Your most recent academic work and the grades in the courses most relevant to your major will be closely evaluated in your transfer review If you applied to Stonehill in the past and were not accepted we typically require that you complete at least a year of college level work before you apply as a transfer student Back to Top Can I transfer in either January or September Yes We accept transfer students in both semesters Generally the same admission requirements and the same level of selectivity are applied when reviewing transfer applications in either January or September The number of transfer openings and the number of transfer applicants can vary between semesters and that can affect the competitiveness of the transfer process We typically try to enroll twice as many transfer students in the fall semester as we do in the spring semester Back to Top Can I apply to transfer in January after my first semester in college Yes You may apply to transfer in the spring semester of your first year but most of our admission decision will be based on your high school transcript We do require that all transfer students submit a Mid Term Report Form in which all of your professors write in your current grades so that we can evaluate how you are doing in your current semester of work Students who were not accepted as a freshmen applicant must complete a full year at another institution before they reapply as a transfer Back to Top If I applied as a freshman can I use the same application for my transfer application No Stonehill uses the Common Application for first year applicants and the Common Application for Transfers for transfer applicants While some of the information is the same in both applications most of the transfer application information is different All transfers should submit the completed Common Transfer Application and all of the required forms and supplements If you applied as a freshman we will include your first year application materials in your new transfer application but you will still need to submit a new transfer application Back to Top Can I schedule an interview Yes You can schedule a transfer interview by calling the main Office of Admission number at 508 565 1373 Most transfer interviews are done by Sam Smith Associate Dean of Enrollment and Coordinator of Transfer Admission however other admission counselors may also conduct transfer interviews Interviews are not required but they are a good place to ask questions directly learn about Stonehill and our admission policies and get an idea of what courses will transfer Interviews are evaluative and an interview report will be filed in your application When you come for an interview it is good to bring in unofficial transcripts from the previous schools you have attended Back to Top Do you offer Open House programs for transfer students The Office of Admission usually offers two or three Transfer Friday Open House programs each semester During the Open House programs you will get to speak directly with the transfer admission counselor the transfer credit evaluator the transfer academic advisor and a representative from the financial aid office A panel of students who have transferred into Stonehill will also be able to talk with you Typically the programs are usually held in the Admissions Office from 1 00 4 00 on the last Friday of the month in Oct Nov Feb March and April Back to Top Is it easier to be admitted to one major over another Prospective transfer students submit an application to Stonehill College not to a specific major Students list a major on their transfer application but if they are admissible to the College they will be accepted regardless of the major they list on their application Once on campus transfer students meet with the transfer advisor in Academic Services to discuss previous coursework and the requirements to complete a major at Stonehill If a transfer student knows which major they want to pursue then they will also be assigned an advisor in that major Over half of Stonehill students change their major and most students add an additional major or minor so we want students to come in with an open mind and have flexibility in choosing and changing their majors Your acceptance does not depend on the major you listed on your application Back to Top If I apply as a transfer and do not get in can I reapply in the future Yes You can reapply if you were not accepted the first time you applied We do store and keep records for all applicants for the last few years so we will have many of your documents and transcripts on file We do require that all transfer students who were not accepted or did not enroll the first time that they applied file a new Common Transfer Application You will need to send in transcripts for any additional work you have completed between applications and also send in a Mid Term Report Form for the work you are doing in the present semester Back to Top Can I take courses as a part time degree candidate Yes You can attend Stonehill as a part time degree student but part time degree students can only take one or two courses per semester Most of the classes at Stonehill are offered during the day and therefore you would not be able to complete a part time degree program if you could only attend classes at night You should know that part time students do not qualify for financial aid for these courses and they cannot live on campus Back to Top If accepted can I defer my admission Yes Students who are accepted can defer their admission for one year Students who wish to defer need to pay their enrollment deposit to hold their place in the class and complete a deferral form Students who defer their admission may NOT enroll in classes during the deferment period If a deferred student does take additional classes then their deferral is canceled and they would need to reapply or reactivate their old transfer application Back to Top What are the most important criteria that the Committee on Admission evaluates when reviewing a transfer application Each transfer application is carefully and holistically reviewed by the transfer counselor and then reviewed again by the Dean of Admission The most important parts of a transfer application are college university transcripts professor recommendations personal statements the School Official s Report and the high school transcript The most emphasis in the evaluation is placed on your academic work in college If a transfer applicant has completed less than a year of college work we also pay close attention to the preparation and grades received in high school We also evaluate each applicant s ability to contribute to the Stonehill community and the reason why he or she would like to transfer to Stonehill If an applicant has experienced a drop in their academic performance then we expect that they will address the problem in their personal statement or essay and that they will have improved their performance in the subsequent semesters Most successful transfers have a 3 0 or higher grade point average in their college work The average grade point average for enrolled transfer students in the fall 2013 semester was 3 28 Back to Top How long will it take me to graduate The time you have to spend at Stonehill will be determined by the total number of courses that are accepted in transfer the number of core requirements transfer courses that are accepted into our Cornerstone Program and the degree program you wish to pursue You need to take at least half 60 of the required 120 credits to graduate at Stonehill and at least half of the required courses in your major at Stonehill Back to Top How can I find out more information about my major course offerings and graduation requirements The best way to research your major course offerings and graduation requirements is to consult our online catalog The online catalog has a wealth of information about the academic options and opportunities you can find at Stonehill Back to Top How many students are admitted as transfers each year Typically we would like to enroll approximately 15 20 new transfer students in the spring semester and 30 45 new transfers in the fall semester We typically receive between 35 65 transfer applications for the spring semester and 140 190 transfer applications for the fall semester and we typically accept between 50 60 of the applicants each semester Back to Top When will I know my admission decision Most applicants for the spring semester will know their admission decision between December 1 31 and fall semester transfer applicants will be notified between April 15 May 31 You cannot be reviewed until your application materials are all received so be sure to keep checking your application status on the Admission portal Back to Top When can I choose my classes After you have paid your enrollment deposit you will be contacted by Darcy Lynch your transfer academic advisor inviting you to come in for a personal consultation During your meeting with the transfer advisor you will review your Stonehill degree audit learn what courses have been accepted into the Cornerstone Program into your major and what courses were accepted as electives You will discuss your career and educational objectives with your advisor and complete a plan for the rest of your studies at Stonehill You will then work with your advisor to choose and register for your next semester classes and review any questions you have about your academic future at Stonehill Back to Top Is housing available for transfer students Housing availability for transfer students is dependent on room availability on campus Most transfer students are awarded campus residence but housing is not guaranteed regardless of your date of application Admitted transfer students will be notified in their acceptance letter if they were given on campus housing If students are not accepted with campus housing their names will be put on our residence hall waiting list A list of off campus housing options is available from our Office of Residence Life Back to Top Is there Orientation for Transfer students The Office of Academic Services holds a one day orientation for new transfer students before the first day of classes each semester At the Transfer Orientation you will meet the other new transfer students and be introduced to representatives of many of the most important offices on campus Academic Services Advising Career Services Health Services Intercultural Affairs International Programs the Library Student Affairs Student Activities the Writing Center and others Back to Top Is there any advantage to applying early The earlier that you submit your transfer application the sooner the Office of Admission can contact you to let you know what pieces of your application are still missing so you can complete your application earlier The earlier that your application is complete the earlier you will receive an admission decision Applications received after our application deadline will be reviewed on a space available basis Back to Top How is class standing determined Class standing at Stonehill is determined by the number of credit hours a student has completed To complete a degree at Stonehill a student must complete 120 credit hours The following table describes our class standing policy First year student 0 30 credits Sophomore student 31 60 credits Junior student 61 90 credits Senior student 91 120 credits Back to Top Can I have a car on campus First year students are not allowed to have a car on campus Transfer students who do not have over 30 hours of transferable credit cannot have a car on campus unless they were accepted as a commuter student Sophomore students and above can have a car on campus if they register their car on myHill myCampus myParking Residents are charged 110 for the year and commuters are charged 50 for the year Back to Top Do I need a particular number of credits to transfer Do I need to complete an associate s degree Stonehill considers all students who have graduated from high school and have completed at least one course of post secondary work a transfer student There is no minimum number of credits you need to take to be considered a transfer student You can transfer at any time in your post secondary education and you do not need to complete an associate s degree to transfer For some majors such as education it is preferable if you transfer after your first year at another college due to the content of our education courses and the restrictions of the Massachusetts licensure process Back to Top How many of my credits will transfer Stonehill will accept up to 60 credits from accredited two year or four year institutions An overall maximum of 60 credits may be transferred toward a bachelor s degree from a combination of credit sources No more than half of the credits needed to graduate in your major may transfer Courses are evaluated on a course by course basis so you may have taken individual courses that may not be accepted Transfer applicants receive a preliminary transfer credit evaluation at the time they are admitted and will finalize these credits with an advisor in the Office of Academic Services at the time of enrollment Additionally all courses must meet the following requirements to transfer The course must be similar in content and scope to a course offered at Stonehill The course must be at least three credits You must receive a grade of C or 2 0 or above for the course to transfer We only accept one math course below pre calculus The course must be listed on an official transcript Back to Top Can I transfer in credits for all of my general education requirements at Stonehill No You can transfer in courses that satisfy most of Stonehill s Cornerstone Program General Education first year requirements one course each in history English literature philosophy and religion and two semesters of a foreign language but few of the second year general education requirements easily transfer in Usually the five Cornerstone courses taken in the second year must be taken at Stonehill we have a unique Learning Community requirement which is typically a three course sequence taken by the same students and one survey course in both a social science and the history of science Back to Top What is Stonehill s math requirement All students at Stonehill must take one statistics course before they graduate The College offers different statistics courses depending on a student s major You can check our online catalog to see the specific statistics requirements for your major Some majors have additional math requirements in addition to the statistics course For specific statistics requirements for different majors please consult the listing of Statistics courses in the Cornerstone Program description Back to Top What is the best format for submitting course descriptions Most transfer students submit course descriptions by going to their college s online catalog and cutting and pasting course descriptions into a Word document It is helpful if you put your name at the top of this document list the name of the college from which you are transferring courses and paste in the course descriptions by the semester in which you took them When

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  • FAQs for International Applicants  ·  Stonehill College
    should complete my school forms for the Common Application If a school or guidance counselor is not available you can ask a school headmaster principal class advisor or any school administrator to complete and send the application and required forms Back to Top How do I know if all of my application materials have been received Once you apply you will be sent an email with instructions on how to create an account in the Stonehill College Applicant Portal system When you activate your portal you will be able to view your application status you will see a list of documents or materials that have been received and those documents which are still missing It is important to activate and maintain your Stonehill Applicant Portal Account because financial aid awards for admitted students will also appear online It is also important to have a reliable email address on file with the admission office because we will use email as the primary way of communicating with you throughout the admission process Be sure to let us know if you change your email address after you send in your application Back to Top What is the required TOEFL or IELTS score to attend Stonehill Our minimum score for the TOEFL is 90 Our minimum score for the IELTS is a 7 0 Back to Top Does Stonehill have an ESL English as a Second Language program No Stonehill does not have an ESL program on campus Therefore it is very important that applicants have the English proficiency to do college level work before they arrive on campus Back to Top Does Stonehill require the SAT or ACT No Stonehill does NOT require that you submit scores from the SAT ACT or SAT II exams Stonehill is SAT ACT optional which means that you can submit SAT or ACT scores if you feel that they will enhance your application but you are NOT required to send in SAT scores Generally about two thirds of our applicants will submit SAT scores Back to Top If you don t require SAT scores what are the important factors you consider when making admission decisions Admission to Stonehill is competitive Stonehill typically receives about 10 applications for every space in our first year class We give each application a holistic evaluation and carefully review each piece of information you submit We pay special attention to your academic performance in secondary school and on the strength of the classes you select To make sure that we compare all students equally we convert the grades or marks you receive in your secondary school to a 4 0 US grading scale that is why it is important for your guidance counselor to send in your school s grading scale We also rate the strength or difficulty of the courses you selected your cumulative grade point average assess your involvement in clubs activities or volunteer work outside of the classroom and review carefully your recommendations from your guidance counselor and teachers We will also consider SAT or ACT scores if you submit them Finally we also want to make sure you have the English proficiency to do college level work and you and your family have enough money to pay for your educational and living expenses Back to Top Financial Aid FAQs for International Applicants How much does it cost to attend Stonehill Details on the cost of attendance can be found on the financial aid section of our website Direct costs for 2015 2016 for which you will receive a bill are Tuition and Fees 38 550 Room and Board 14 720 Required Health Insurance 1 680 Total 54 950 In addition to the direct billable costs international students should also budget for indirect costs books typically cost about 900 personal expenses cost about 900 and travel expenses which will vary depending on how far you have to travel We allow international students to stay in our residence halls during breaks or vacations during in the school year but they must have funds to cover food expenses during the Thanksgiving December and spring vacation periods and money to return home for the long summer vacation Back to Top Does Stonehill College offer Scholarships and Financial Aid to international students Yes Stonehill does offer both merit based scholarships and need based financial assistance to international students Please read the Financial Assistance for International Students section on our website carefully for complete up to date details on our financial aid policies Back to Top What do I need to do if I do not intend to apply for financial aid All international applicants regardless of their intention to apply for financial aid are required to submit both the International Student Certification of Finances COF form and a certified statement from their bank in English verifying that they have sufficient funds available to finance their first year s tuition and living expenses and that a comparable amount of money will be available for every subsequent year of study This bank statement should be dated within three months of its submission to Stonehill The COF details who is going to finance your education and how much money your parents or sponsors can contribute Students who do not intend to apply for financial assistance from Stonehill do not need to submit any additional financial documentation during the application process Back to Top How do I apply for merit based scholarships All applicants domestic and international are automatically considered for Stonehill College s merit scholarships There are no special forms you need to complete to qualify for a merit based scholarship Merit scholarship award decisions are made during the admission review process and are awarded to students with outstanding academic credentials Please note that no merit scholarship will cover the full cost of attendance Back to Top Does Stonehill offer need based scholarships to international students Stonehill College provides a limited amount of need based aid to international students Need based awards are intended to supplement

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  • Transcripts  ·  Stonehill College
    Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Registrar s Office Transcripts and Certifications Transcripts Transcripts Academic Calendar Academic Policies Courses and Registration Transcripts and Certifications Transcripts Achievement Records Degree Verifications Enrollment Verifications Apostile Forms and Instructions Transfer Credits Advanced Placement and Cross Registration Registrar Staff Contact Info Registrar s Office Duffy Academic Center 112 Stonehill College 320 Washington Street Easton MA 02357 Phone 508 565 1315 Fax 508 565 1434 registrar stonehill edu Office Hours Monday Friday 8 00 AM 4 30 PM Transcripts will only be released by the Registrar s Office upon receipt of a student s written request Federal law requires that the College have a request with your signature Transcript requests cannot be accepted via telephone or e mail In accordance with the usual practice of colleges and universities official transcripts are sent to third parties directly by the College and may not be transmitted by the student A transcript is official

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  • Achievement Records  ·  Stonehill College
    about Learn More Register Financial Aid Scholarships Grants Student Loans Work Study Student Employment How to Apply for Financial Aid Cost of Attendance Important Dates Deadlines For International Students SALT Financial Literacy Forms Documents FAQs Contact Us Scholarships Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Registrar s Office Transcripts and Certifications Achievement Records Achievement Records Academic Calendar Academic Policies Courses and Registration Transcripts and Certifications

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  • Apostile  ·  Stonehill College
    all about Learn More Register Financial Aid Scholarships Grants Student Loans Work Study Student Employment How to Apply for Financial Aid Cost of Attendance Important Dates Deadlines For International Students SALT Financial Literacy Forms Documents FAQs Contact Us Scholarships Grants Stonehill funds a variety of grants and scholarships based on need and merit You may be eligible for a merit scholarship an athletic scholarship a need based scholarship or some combination Learn More Academics Areas of Study Academic Partnerships Academic Program Advising Support Honors Program Honor Societies Academic Clubs Internships Study Abroad Undergraduate Research Outcomes Education for the Heart the Mind Our programs in the arts sciences and business administration emphasize deep understanding and effective practice Explore Areas of Study Student Life Area Attractions Campus Safety Community Standards Counseling Health Wellness Diversity Inclusion Housing Dining Parking Transportation Spiritual Life Student Organizations More than a College We re Family Stonehill is a friendly caring place where people are embraced for being themselves More than 90 percent of students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Registrar s Office Transcripts and Certifications Apostile Apostile Academic Calendar Academic Policies Courses and Registration Transcripts and Certifications Transcripts

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  • Major Change or Declaration  ·  Stonehill College
    for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Registrar s Office Forms and Instructions Major Change or Declaration Major Change or Declaration Academic Calendar Academic Policies Courses and Registration Transcripts and Certifications Forms and Instructions Major Change or Declaration Minor Change or Declaration Course Approval Form Course Auditing Approval Form Pass Fail Option Approval Form Directed Study Independent Research Application Form Thesis Registration Form Transfer Credits Advanced Placement and Cross Registration Registrar Staff Contact Info Registrar s Office Duffy Academic Center 112 Stonehill College 320 Washington Street Easton MA 02357 Phone 508 565 1315 Fax 508 565 1434 registrar stonehill edu Office Hours Monday Friday 8 00 AM 4 30 PM Degree candidates must declare and be accepted in a major field of study prior to enrollment in their last 15 courses Procedure Complete a Declaration or Change of Major Concentration Form Obtain the signature of the Department Chair or Program Director of the major you would like to add Note If changing majors you do not need the signature of the Department Chair of your old major Sign the form and return it to the Registrar s Office Duffy 112 for processing You may also indicate a request for a new advisor on this form as well If you do not indicate a preference for an advisor an advisor for your new major will be assigned to you by the Office of Academic Services Advising Additional Department Requirments The Academic Departments below require that additional information be submitted with the Declaration or Change of Major Concentration Form before approval will be granted Business Administration All students wishing to declare a business major are required to attach a copy of their degree audit to the form Students wishing to transfer into Business from any Science or Liberal Arts major must receive the approval of Debra Salvucci the Business Department Chairperson Undeclared Business UNB students wishing to declare a specific Business area of concentration AC FI IB MG or MK must receive the approval of that specific area s Program Director BUSINESS PROGRAM DIRECTORS Accounting Debra Salvucci Finance Debra Salvucci International Business Jennifer Swanson Management Jim Lee Marketing Geoff Lantos Students wishing to change from one declared Business area of concentration AC FI IB MG or MK to another are not required to receive Departmental approval but are encouraged to speak with the relevant area Program Director English See Jared Green the English Department Chair for additional information Education See Kathy McNamara the Education

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  • Minor Change or Declaration  ·  Stonehill College
    Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home Offices Services Registrar s Office Forms and Instructions Minor Change or Declaration Minor Change or Declaration Academic Calendar Academic Policies Courses and Registration Transcripts and Certifications Forms and Instructions Major Change or Declaration Minor Change or Declaration Course Approval Form Course Auditing Approval Form Pass Fail Option Approval Form Directed Study Independent Research Application Form Thesis Registration Form Transfer Credits Advanced Placement and Cross Registration Registrar Staff Contact Info Registrar s Office Duffy Academic Center 112 Stonehill College 320 Washington Street Easton MA 02357 Phone 508 565 1315 Fax 508 565 1434 registrar stonehill edu Office Hours Monday Friday 8 00 AM 4 30 PM The Disciplinary Minor Minors either disciplinary or interdisciplinary may be closely related to a student s major selected as an alternative field of specialization or chosen simply for personal enrichment Generally a minor is no more than six courses and ensures that a student pursues an area of study in some breadth and depth beyond the introductory level and outside of the major Students may declare only one disciplinary minor While students may complete the requirements for more than one minor only one minor will be noted on your final transcript Students may complete both

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