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  • Parent Information
    can experience discover and develop what they love to do We re a close knit college where the student to faculty ratio is just 15 1 so your child will get the attention and the encouragement they deserve Is Waldorf affordable Yes Waldorf offers a reasonably priced education that delivers tremendous value We also offer a variety of financial aid assistance options through federal and state programs and merit scholarships More than 95 of our students receive some form of financial aid What are the living quarters like at Waldorf Waldorf provides comfortable living arrangements for students in up to date residence halls Our distinctive residence hall program enhances each student s residential living experience The program will enable your child to help develop agreements governing life within their floors to undertake social projects on campus or in our community to sponsor social activities and to develop close relationships with faculty or staff members who are floor associates Your child will benefit by living in this type of community learn invaluable lessons in responsibility and become more confident and independent Will my child feel safe on campus Absolutely the Waldorf campus provides a safe friendly place where everybody knows each other We are located in the middle of Forest City Iowa population 5 000 a lovely safe town where your child will feel secure Everything is close grocery stores restaurants a movie theater and local industries What about extracurricular activities Students find it easy to get involved at Waldorf Our small size guarantees students leadership opportunities as early as their freshman year Three out of four Waldorf students join student run clubs organizations or activities We offer outstanding athletics and performing arts programs and a campus on which nationally known bands and performers appear Will my child grow spiritually at

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  • Future Students - International Students
    students Our goal is to attract 30 40 international students from 15 countries to attend Waldorf each year International students especially enjoy Waldorf s small size safe community caring faculty and staff individual attention easy to navigate campus and excellent academic programs Students are encouraged to share their cultures on campus and in the community through the Global Culture Club the annual Global Food Fest and Culture Show area schools

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  • Transfer Students
    simple and smooth as possible It s as simple as 1 Apply it s fast and free Find an application at waldorf edu apply now 2 Send your most recent transcript s Don t forget to include your high school transcript too After we receive your application and transcript s we evaluate your information to determine which courses you ll need to complete your degree Your admissions counselor will then

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  • Insurance
    Co payment then 70 after Deductible is met ER Visits In Network 250 Co payment waived if admitted then 70 after Deductible is met Physical Occupational Speech Therapy In Network 70 after Deductible is met 1 visit per day limit X rays Labs PET CAT MRI In Network 70 after Deductible is met Dental Vision and hearing testing only covered in the event of an injury maximum benefit 500 per dental injury Global Emergency Services Travel Assistance The plan is purchased for the entire twelve months and cannot be canceled after the deadline to waived date September 7 2015 All of the benefits can be viewed at www sas mn com later this summer The above points are highlights from the plan document We encourage you to read the website for the complete benefits In the event there are differences between this handout and the official plan document the plan document controls Prepared By Underwritten By STUDENT ASSURANCE SERVICES INC NATIONWIDE LIFE College Division PO Box 196 Stillwater MN 55082 0196 800 328 2739 One Nationwide Plaza Columbus OH 43215 877 669 6877 If you have any questions please contact Bev Retland in the Business Office at retlandb waldorf edu or 641 585 8144 Questions to Ask Your Current Health Insurance Carrier Is my student s health insurance adequate while attending Waldorf College in Forest City IA Does my student s health insurance work at Mercy Clinic and or Mayo Clinics in North IA Will my student s health insurance cover more than a medical emergency or Urgent Care If my student s health insurance is a HMO does it have a Guest Membership option that would allow my student to see providers besides ER Urgent Care in the Forest City area Does my student need to get a referral from a Primary Care Provider before visiting any other provider in order for the insurance to cover the visit 2015 2016 Supplemental Secondary Excess Accident Insurance Plan Waldorf College s full time residential program students are automatically enrolled in a supplemental secondary excess accident insurance plan from August 1 through July 31 each year with no additional cost to the student Please note that this plan is for accidents and injuries only It is also an excess plan and NEVER pays as primary it does not cover illnesses and only pays after the student s private health insurance has been processed For a variety of reasons not the least of which is the further implementation of the Affordable Care Act the health insurance landscape is changing As a result we find ourselves in a position where certain changes to our Supplemental Secondary Excess Accident Plan need to be made Please make note of this year s plan benefits It is always the student s personal responsibility to pay their medical bills All students need to rely on their own personal health insurance at all times Waldorf College NEVER pays for any provider visits and all unpaid bills are always the

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  • Future Students - Forms
    House Visit Waldorf Tuition Financing Scholarship Day Student Organizations Parent Information International Students Transfer Students Insurance Forms Tuition Deposit Form Orientation Residential Future Students Forms Forms Online Applications Residential Programs Application for Admission Transfer Student Application Non U S Citizens Applications Re Application Re Admittance form Additional Forms Tuition Deposit Form Health Forms Student Athlete Drug Testing Policy and Forms Copyright 2015 Waldorf College Forest City Iowa 50436 800 292

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  • Orientation
    necessary steps for check in that all other students don t get to complete until the fall which will help to speed up the process on move in day allowing more time to get settled into your residence hall room It is highly recommended that student and families attend this orientation Register here Parents in the Past have said Everything was wonderful and informative The staff and students willingness to help made us feel right at home Fun friendly and informative There was great information for parents This orientation helps parents feel at ease We feel that our daughter will be in good hands thank you Students in the Past have said It was really nice to meet my fellow classmates and get all my questions answered It was a great way to feel part of campus before we arrive in Aug I got to meet students that will share my major A great way to meet faculty I am much less nervous about coming back in the fall The student information sessions gave me insight into what to look forward to when I arrive in the fall I now know I m at a friendly small college where everyone wants you to succeed Fall Orientation required of all first year students August 21 23 2015 Fall Orientation is for First Years who are not required to attend other orientation dates Check in will be held in the Salveson Lobby from 8 30 am to 1 00 pm with orientation events starting at 6 00 pm Saturday orientation events will begin at 9 00 am and continue throughout the day This program is designed for students beginning their Waldorf experience to become familiar with the campus and their peers At orientation students will learn information about their curricular and co

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  • Home
    we offer completely online degree programs open enrollment affordable tuition rates and a flexible learning style designed to accommodate your life Choose from associate bachelor master doctoral or certificate programs in a variety of fields including business administration fire science criminal justice administration occupational safety and health and more Waldorf College Announces Evolution to Waldorf University Beethoven Festival Trio Performing As Part of Waldorf Artist Series WALDORF COLLEGE HOST EXPERIMENTAL

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  • Student and Employee Honors
    Alsop 2005 Michael Farndale 2004 Mark Newcom 2003 Dr Matt Plowman 2002 Dr Gene Strand 2001 Steve Thompson 2000 Nancy Martin 1999 Dr Chuck Gavin 1998 Kathy Garfin 1997 David Damm 1996 Jay Sierszyn 1995 Caroll Carson 1994 Paulette Church 1993 Dan Hanson 1992 Dave Bolstorff 1991 Dr Robert Loken 1990 Dawn Johnson 1989 John Carlson 1988 Robert Abkes 1987 Ronald Eide 1986 Julienne Friday 1985 Dr James Hamre 1984 Dr Richard Baur 1983 Wayne Johns Emeriti A faculty member who retires usually after ten or more years of outstanding service at Waldorf is eligible for promotion to Professor Emerita or Professor Emeritus Such appointments are made by the Board of Trustees Robert Abkes M R E Professor Emeritus Music and Religion Neil Boyd M S Professor Emeritus Physical Education John Carlson M Ed Professor Emeritus English Kristi Carlson M F A Professor Emerita Art Caroll Carson M A Professor Emeritus Mathematics Bradley Creswell D M A Professor Emeritus Music Ronald Eide M A Professor Emeritus Chemistry Charles Gavin Th D Professor Emeritus Religion James Hamre Ph D Professor Emeritus Religion and Philosophy Kenneth Hansen M Ed Professor Emeritus Speech and English Wayne Johns M ED Professor Emeritus Mathematics Adrian Johnson LL D Professor Emeritus Music Frank Kovach M B A Professor Emeritus Business Robert Loken D A Professor Emeritus English David Rasmussen M A Professor and Assistant Dean Emeritus Industrial Education Timothy Schmidt D M A Professor Emeritus Music Robert Sherman M A Professor Emeritus History Eugene Strand Ph D Professor Emeritus Computer Information Systems Holmen Community Service Award This award is presented to faculty or staff members who are distinguished in their service to Waldorf the Forest City Community the church civic organizations service organizations and volunteer efforts 2013 Mr Matthew Knutson 2012 Ms Nancy Olson 2011 Mr Momo Wolopaye 2010 Ms Mary Mathiasen Ms Vickie Zobel 2009 Ms Mary Graham 2008 Ms Kristi Osheim 2007 Mr Duane Polsdofer 2006 Professor Rebecca Hill 2005 Professor Shanen Aranmór 2004 Professor Julie Holtan 2003 Mr James Benson 2002 Ms Nancy Farndale 2001 Ms Joan Hansen 2000 Professor Dawn Johnson 1999 Mr Allen Indrelie 1998 Professor Robert Sherman 1997 Ms Alice Lewison Mr Donald Meyer 1996 Professor Sue Sierszyn 1995 Mr Keith Kramer Ms Jan Schnitzler 1994 Ms Rebecca Hill 1993 Ms Patty Bendickson 1992 Ms Anna Marie Mitchell 1991 Ms Martin Rogness 1990 Ms Ruth Erickson Melby 1989 Ms Maxine Pint Ms Shirly Rollefson Holmen Professional Excellence Award This award is presented to faculty or staff members who exhibit excellence in professional development quality of professional knowledge and performance professional integrity and manner leadership in their field and or publication and scholarship Their service and leadership to professional organizations on a regional or national level is taken into consideration 2013 Ms Anna Moklestad 2012 Ms Twylah Kragel 2011 Professor Blake Slonecker 2010 Mr Brian Keely Professor Joe Wilkins 2009 Professor Kimberly Murphy 2008 Mr Mason Harms 2007 Professor Kristi Carlson Mr Jim Kapoun 2006 Mr Robert Johnson 2005 Professor Suzanne

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