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  • First Year Experience Course Description | Tougaloo College
    Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs First Year Experience First Year Experience Course Description First Year Seminar FYS 101 Du Bois Scholars First Year Seminar is intended to assist first year students in negotiating and matriculating within the Tougaloo College academic and social environments to ensure a satisfying and rewarding college transition Du Bois Scholars First Year Seminar introduces students to the department division major of their choice to begin preparations for a career This course concentrates on teaching students the concepts to critically think through and analytically evaluate their personal beliefs expectations habits and attitudes as they make crucial decisions to successfully meet the challenges for persistence toward a four year graduation Co requisites None CREDIT TWO Semester Hours First Year Seminar FYS 102 Du Bois Scholars First Year Seminar the second part of the course Du Bois Scholars examine the educational impact of a liberal arts education develop a culture of excellence connect securely to a division and a department for their career aspirations understand financial responsibilities and prepare

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  • Jackson Heart Study Scholars application | Tougaloo College
    Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs Jackson Heart Study Jackson Heart Study Scholars application Application Jackson Heart Study Scholars application Note This form is fillable if viewed with Acrobat Reader JHS SCHOLARS 12 POSITIONS OPEN Scholarships Starting January 2016 REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY Students must be fresh persons GPA of 3 0 overall to keep the scholarship must maintain a GPA of 3 0 every semester ACT of 20 or higher Please Note Those with an ACT below 20 require the program director s approval to apply Students must be a major in the Department of Natural Science or Social Science Divisions Must have an interest in pursuing a career related to healthcare or biomedical research REQUIREMENTS IF ACCEPTED Must take all JHSUTEC sponsored courses NSD211 Introduction to Public Health and Epidemiology Fall 2016 MAT208 Biostatistics Spring 2017 NSD311 or SSD 311 Research Methods in Public Health and Epidemiology Fall 2017 and NSD211 or SSD 247 Ethics Medicine and Technology offered every spring Work with high school students in the SLAM workshops and other JHSUTEC sponsored activities for 10 weeks

    Original URL path: https://www.tougaloo.edu/academics/programs/jackson-heart-study/jackson-heart-study-scholars-application (2016-02-16)
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  • Director's Message | Tougaloo College
    2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs Student Academic Success Center Director s Message Tougaloo College is working diligently to make enhancing student retention the main purpose around which programs and activities are centered The roots of attrition lie not only in students and the situations they face but also in the atmosphere of the educational settings in which we ask students to learn Therefore we strive to create and maintain an environment that fosters retention by incorporating expectation advice support involvement and learning Expectations Students are more likely to persist and graduate in settings that expect them to succeed No one rises to low expectations Students are affected by the campus climate and by their perceptions of the expectations of faculty and staff for their individual performance Effectiveness Advising Students are more likely to persist and graduate in settings that provide clear and consistent information about institutional requirements and effective advising Support Students are more likely to persist and graduate in settings that provide academic social and personal support Involvement Students are more likely to persist and graduate in settings that involve them as valued members of the institution and have frequent contact with faculty and staff Learning Students are more likely to persist and graduate in settings that foster learning Students actively involved in learning spend more time on task These students are more likely to learn and in turn more likely to remain committed to timely matriculation A strong emphasis is placed on first year students and their transition socially personally and academically to college However SASC continues to assist students as they progress from year to year with programs that address concerns regarding financial aid academics course loads and campus adjustment We are available to listen to student concerns and assist advise or guide students to the right person or office on campus We work in close collaboration with all other departments on campus including Academic Support Programs Admissions Bursar Financial Aid Registration and Records and Student Affairs to offer personalized attention to our students Before failing or dropping a

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  • Operation Framework | Tougaloo College
    Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs Student Academic Success Center Operation Framework Academic Advising Each student is assigned a team of three advisors primary secondary and tertiary to assist the student in planning and implementing his her academic career at Tougaloo College As soon as a student is admitted to the College and indicates an intended major the student is matched with an advisor Early contact between new students and their advisors even before matriculation is strongly recommended The First Year Experience FYE director and the division chair in which the student s chosen major resides share the responsibility for the assignment of academic advisors SASC maintains the records of all declared majors For students who have intended majors the first year instructor is the primary advisor the intended major advisor is the secondary advisor and SASC serves as the tertiary advisor Once a student successfully completes the general education curriculum the division faculty becomes the primary advisor and SASC becomes the secondary advisor The Curriculum The liberal arts curriculum at Tougaloo College is based upon two assumptions first that students should have a general education drawn from broad academic areas as well as specialized training in one major department and second that students should have freedom within certain established guidelines and with the advice of the faculty to choose their own course of study Official credit for academic work is measured in semester hours To graduate students must pass a minimum of 124 semester hours and must have earned at least a 2 00 grade point average The 124 hours are subdivided into approximately 27 48 semester hours in a discipline major and the remainder in general education electives or professional requirements for certification in special fields selected by the student The curriculum is designed to prepare students to become self directed learners and self reliant citizens capable of dealing effectively with people challenges and issues General Education The General Education curriculum is central to the mission of Tougaloo College It is a curriculum of required courses designed to provide a common base of knowledge values and core competencies essential to the education of each student and the student s responsible leadership development This curriculum is also intended to stimulate the student s curiosity in areas other than his her chosen specialization and to provide the inspiration and foundation for further intellectual development The General Education curriculum is designed to equip students in each major field or concentration with a broad knowledge base and a set of college level competencies which can be demonstrated to support lifelong learning and the attainment of their academic and career goals The curriculum is designed to encourage students to apply

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  • Campus-Wide Retention Initiatives | Tougaloo College
    Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs Student Academic Success Center Campus Wide Retention Initiatives 2nd Year and Beyond Seminars Tougaloo College has designed a framework that begins in the first year and intervenes at the sophomore junior and senior levels This approach requires collaboration with and by all sectors of the college to mentor students from the first year until graduation and beyond To achieve academic success three levels of interdisciplinary seminars are designed to help students achieve sophomore junior and senior success Sophomore Scholars Seminar Sophomore Scholars Seminar SSS a no credit unit focusing on specific scholarship and academic preparations to advance research development career exploration global exploration and mindful thinking skills Students identify growth opportunities and demonstrate competency on an identified post assessment Emphasis is placed on further development of critical math critical reading writing skills and critical language skills with a hands on scholarly approach to personal growth Junior Scholars Seminar Junior Scholars Seminar JSS a no credit unit focusing on scholarship and academic preparations to further advance research development career preparation community service and critical pre professional preparations Students will identify growth opportunities and demonstrate competency on an identified post assessment In this junior scholars seminar emphasis focuses and assists students in beginning the closure process for graduation readiness Graduating Senior Scholars Seminar Graduating Senior Scholars Seminar GSS a no credit unit focusing on assisting students in bringing their Tougaloo College experience to a closure This is facilitated through systematic auditing intentional reflection of both academic and career goals and preparations professional testing pre med pre law mass comm GRE GMAT etc graduation requirements EWPE Community Service General Ed etc research preparation Mechanics of the Senior Thesis Portfolio job placement and graduate professional school acceptance Students will again identify growth opportunities and demonstrate competency on an identified post assessment Success Coaching SASC assists students on academic probation or academic warning to adjust to college rigor assist in locating materials places and people on campus and offer support encouragement and positive reinforcement to avoid further academic concerns These students are required to develop academic plans with their academic advisors and meet periodically with staff in the SASC for assistance and referrals The goal of the program is to return students to a good academic standing in as few semesters as possible This is accomplished by assisting with the use of available resources and the development of critical skills such as time management goal setting organization skills and balancing academic and social demands Early Intervention Early Intervention is a cooperative and collaborative program involving faculty staff and students It is felt that faculty have the best and earliest perspective on a student s ability to complete the course work necessary to succeed in their classes When a

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  • SACS Resources | Tougaloo College
    Relations Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Owens Health and Wellness Active Life Program Central Mississippi Area Health Education Center Community Outreach Delta Health Partners Farm Aid Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs Student Academic Success Center SACS Resources Calculate Your GPA Compute semester GPA and CGPA Calculate Your GPA online

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  • 2015 COMMUNITY SERVICE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE | Tougaloo College
    Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs Student Academic Success Center 2015 COMMUNITY SERVICE PARTNERSHIP DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE Wednesday September 16 2015 George A and Ruth B Owens Health and Wellness Center Tougaloo Mississippi Theme Creating High Impact Service Through Strategic Partnerships Sponsors Directors of Volunteers in Agencies DOVIA Tougaloo College Student Academic Success Center SASC Tougaloo College Department of History and Political Science Tougaloo College Pre Alumni Council The Directors of Volunteers in Agencies DOVIA Tougaloo College Student Academic Success Center SASC Tougaloo College Department of History and Political Science and Tougaloo College Pre Alumni Council are pleased to announce and invite you to register and attend the first Community Service Partnership Development Conference from 8 30 a m to 4 00 p m Wednesday September 16 2015 on the campus of historic Tougaloo College Tougaloo College intends that its students become self directed learners and self reliant persons capable of dealing with people challenges and issues and to contribute to the social health and educational needs of the local and state communities through a program of service It is critical that Tougaloo College and other educational and social organizations come together to develop impactful service and learning opportunities We hope you will join us in our call for action This event will bring together educators non profit organizations and agencies researchers and students from around the region who are mutually invested in having a positive impact on the welfare of local and global communities through volunteerism and scholarly engagement It is our desire that through this conference we can discover and confirm best practices in promoting civic engagement and leadership and collaborate so that we can efficiently and effectively leverage resources for the benefit of our students and the communities we serve The conference will feature a Community Service Fair in which you may share opportunities for service within your organization with the student body and others in attendance at the conference This event will be hosted by the Tougaloo College Pre Alumni Council and if you would like to participate in this event contact Doris Bridgeman Director of Alumni Affairs at 601 977 7836 We also welcome your participation as an evaluator for a student poster competition

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  • Destination Graduation | Tougaloo College
    Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Programs Student Academic Success Center Destination Graduation Mentoring Program back by popular demand pairs first and second year students with faculty staff and or alumni mentors By bonding with adult members of the campus community students gain valuable insight and guidance in what will be needed for their own success Participating in

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