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  • Orientation
    will get a chance to complete some of the 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

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/orientation (2016-02-13)
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  • Arrival and Move-in Information
    is required to arrive on your scheduled arrival date so that we may have everything prepared for you If you arrive on a fly in day please report directly to your residence hall to move in The fall check in process will be completed the next day If you must arrive early you may submit an early arrival request to the Office of Student Life Please note that early arrivals are charged 25 day for this convenience If you have been approved for an early arrival and are arriving on a non scheduled arrival day check ins will take place Monday Friday between 9am 4pm only All students that arrive before their scheduled arrival day must be approved and confirmed 48 hours in advance through Student Life They can be reached by email or at 641 585 8160 Students can arrange to be picked up from the following locations Minneapolis Airport Jefferson Bus Lines Mason City Greyhound or Megabus Minneapolis by purchasing a Transportation Pass and completing a Ride Request Form Unfortunately no early arrivals will be allowed to check into the residence halls before August 2 as there will be no hall staffing on campus and deep cleaning of rooms will continue through early August Please make arrangements to arrive on your specified arrival date If you must arrive early to town we recommend the Super 8 641 585 1300 or Knights Inn 641 585 5060 for reasonably priced lodging Housing forms and housing deposit must be complete and paid before students are assigned and can move into housing No temporary housing will be available Move In and Check In Day All new and returning students will complete a check in process when they arrive to campus in the fall Check in will take place and begin in Salveson

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/orientation/arrival-and-move-in (2016-02-13)
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  • Orientation Leader Application
    Transportation and Parking Vocation and Service Student Life Staff Student Services International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Life Orientation Orientation Leader Application Apply to be an Orientation Leader Packed and full with exciting possibilities being an orientation leader features various opportunities to connect with their first year students through Summer Orientation Fall Move In Day Warrior Orientation Weekend and Welcome Back events Just fill out the Orientation Leader Application

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/orientation/orientation-leader-application (2016-02-13)
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  • Orientation Registration
    Campus Calendar Health and Safety Residence Life Student Life Waldorf Email Campus Dining Campus Ministry Intramurals Orientation Arrival and Move in Information Orientation Leader Application Orientation Registration Student News Student Organizations Transportation and Parking Vocation and Service Student Life Staff Student Services International Students Policies Residential Current Students Student Life Orientation Orientation Registration Orientation Registration Form Copyright 2015 Waldorf College Forest City Iowa 50436 800 292 1903 Residential Programs 877

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/orientation/orientation-registration (2016-02-13)
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  • Student News
    News The Waldorf Communications Department offers the latest College news and information event details media interview contacts and more The Lobbyist is a completely online student run newspaper Students interested in joining the Lobbyist have the opportunity to write report take photographs edit investigate and design the layout of the publication Each group is led by a student editor with Professor David Damm serving as advisor WAL TV Waldorf s television studio is fully operational hosting several news and specialty show broadcasts which air on Forest City cable channels 3 and 55 The television studio features professional cameras lighting and an intercom system to communicate with producers and directors in master control during broadcasts The television studio also features a green screen for video effects and one of two Avid digital video editing stations Waldorf s master control is the nerve center for all television broadcasts This is where all the finishing touches and decisions are made utilizing professional switching audio and routing equipment Master control also holds one of Waldorf s two Avid digital video editing stations Students in Broadcast News produce a weekly campus news program Each week students take turns serving as producer director anchor camera operator

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/media-news (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Organizations
    Policies Residential Current Students Student Life Student Organizations Get Involved With more than 35 clubs and organizations Waldorf College offers a variety of opportunities for you to get involved Personalize your college experience by being involved in activities you enjoyed in high school or ones you ve always wanted to try If you don t see an organization that you are passionate about we encourage you to explore the possibility of creating your own The Student Life Staff will help guide you through the process of creating an organization Creating a Student Organization How to become a recognized student organization Complete a Constitution see example Contact Student Activities Director or Dean of Students to submit constitution Constitution will be reviewed by Office of Student Life and Student Senate and approved or denied usually with revisions Once approved your organization is officially recognized and afforded college organization benefits Benefits of being a recognized student organization listed on college web page campus center board handbook and campus literature able to participate in winterfest warrior cup and win funding able to request funding from Student Senate able to hold functions on campus and reserve space able to have campus emails and marketing sent

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/student-organizations-%281%29 (2016-02-13)
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  • Clubs and Organizations
    invites students interested in graphic design film production journalism and radio or television broadcast to go beyond the classroom and get involved in campus communications Education Club to involve all education majors in campus activities including leadership community service and professional development Entrepreneurship Is your dream to be your own boss or to start up your own company This entrepreneurship co curricular organization can help you learn the ins and outs of small and start up businesses GSA Gay Straight Alliance bringing together gay and straight students to fight homophobia on campus and in the community Historia Students who believe in the importance of understanding how the past influences the present or are fascinated by politics and the political process are invited to join the Waldorf College Historia co curricular organization Honors The Waldorf Honors College creates a unique learning environment that promotes trust risk taking independent thinking and intellectual curiosity Intramurals provides tournaments and leagues throughout the school year KZOW provides music and entertainment to the campus and community Lambda Alpha Epsilon Iota Beta Phi Criminal Justice Lambda Alpha Epsilon is a co ed criminal justice fraternity that seeks to improve criminal justice at Waldorf through educational activities while fostering professionalism in all areas of criminal justice It seeks to promote professional academic and public awareness of criminal justice issues LAE gives students high standards of ethical conduct professional training and higher education within the criminal justice field The contact faculty for LAE is professor Kristin Pickett Lobbyist a platform for aspiring journalists to gain hands on experience through the various outlets and styles of reporting Ministry Campus Ministry at Waldorf is an active and engaged leadership group that promotes spiritual development for students on campus Mu Phi Epsilon Honors Music N A T S National Association of Teachers

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/student-organizations-%281%29/clubs-and-organizations (2016-02-13)
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  • Black Student Union
    President a Be the overall head of the Standing Committees and report all ideas and actions of these committees to the Executive Board b Assist the president and fellow board members with projects and assignments c Preside in absence of the President 3 Secretary a Keep an attendance roster for all BSU meetings b Keep accurate and readily available records of all Executive Board and BSU meetings c Keep two rosters of membership as indicative of Article III 4 Treasurer a Be in command of the official Black Student Union financial record b Review and approve all spending endeavors the BSU takes on c Present the budget request to the Student Senate 5 Student Senate Representative a Attend all Student Senate meetings in accordance with Student Senate policy b Provide the BSU with a Student Senate report at each meeting c Serve as the liaison between the Black Student Union and the Student Senate 6 Parliamentarian a Maintain order and govern over all Black Student Union meetings b Deal with the maintaining and amending of the Constitution c Retain the official hard copy of the Constitution d Provide each member of the Black Student Union with reproductions of the Constitution e Be the official ballot counter during any and all elections unless running for a position in the election A person may run for only one office In the event of a tie there shall be a runoff election ARTICLE V DATE OF GENERAL ELECTIONS A The recommended date for elections for executive board shall be one week before the changeover meeting refer to Article VI for date of changeover and if necessary runoff elections shall be held immediately following the general elections B Votes shall be counted by the Parliamentarian in the presence of an administrator or the President or Vice President If deemed necessary by a majority vote of the membership of Black Student Union votes shall be counted by the administrator C This date for elections may be changed upon consensus of the executive board In order to continuously improve upon the effectiveness of the Black Student Union a survey of the performance of the Black Student Union shall be issued at the general election meeting This survey shall have initial consideration for changes made in the interest of the Black Student Union for the new term ARTICLE VI CHANGEOVER APPOINTMENTS RESIGNATIONS AND REMOVALS A Changeover 1 It is recommended that changeover shall take place in the third week of February but no earlier than one week after the election of the new executive board The actual date shall be determined by the outgoing executive board 2 The outgoing officers of the executive board shall conduct at least one training session for their predecessors The outgoing officers shall be available for consultation with the new officers for one month after changeover B Appointments Resignations and Removals 1 In the event of the resignation or removal of the President the Vice President shall assume the role of Black

    Original URL path: http://www.waldorf.edu/residential/current-students/student-life/student-organizations-%281%29/clubs-and-organizations/black-student-union (2016-02-13)
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