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  • Celebrating Constitution Day | The Warrior
    form a more perfect union These hardworking men only took 10 days off The very first line of the Constitution We the People of the United States was a late change The preamble originally began as We the people of the State of New Hampshire Massachusetts The Constitution has only been changed 17 times since 1791 It is the shortest written Constitution of any major government in the world The document was actually prepared in secret behind closed doors To ensure secrecy the windows even remained closed as they discussed and debated 39 men out of 55 men actually signed the Constitution The Constitution was penned by Jacob Shallus A Pennsylvania General Assembly clerk for 30 With the constitution being handwritten there was no spell check in 1787 there are a few spelling errors found in the original document It serves as an instruction manual for the American government The United States Constitution is the foundation for our current government to date It serves as the supreme law of the United States To read the United States Constitution that still serves our country today visit the United States Government archives website Author Whitney Fike Share This Post On Google Facebook

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  • Whitney Fike | The Warrior
    more nervousness than the job itself There are many unknowns going into an interview about the process and the individual that will be facilitating the interview Be prepared to answer the tough questions that will be asked with these examples and what the interview is really looking for in a response Tell me about yourself The first question Read More Aug 24 Principles of Success Posted on Aug 24 2015 While summer seems to go too fast as students and teachers we anticipate the first day of class with much enthusiasm We revel in the fresh start that a new academic year brings with new challenges new goals and new successes While Waldorf s flexible online classes do not operate on a traditional academic schedule the fall is a good time to reflect upon our own academic and professional goals for the year I encourage you Read More Aug 17 Getting A Head Start Posted on Aug 17 2015 Waldorf College recently launched Start Point a program that allows high school students to get a jump start on their college experience Start Point is the perfect opportunity for high school students to get a head start on their continued academic journey before graduation Waldorf College offers programs so high school students can begin the navigation process of choosing their future careers Life after high school can be scary Read More Aug 12 President s Message August 2015 Posted on Aug 12 2015 It s back to school season My children have returned to school one in middle school and one in high school The campus is bustling as students have arrived and classes have started I know many of you also have children starting back to school this month or maybe you even have a child going off to college

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  • Happy Thanksgiving from Waldorf College | The Warrior
    address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb 12 2016 Waldorf College Announcement Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Edna Griffin The Rosa Parks of Iowa Feb 6 2015 Loan A Book Program Oct 13 2014 President s Message June 2015 Jun 4 2015 Waldorf

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  • President’s Message | August 2015 | The Warrior
    in the fresh start that a new academic year brings with new challenges new goals and new successes Fall is also one of my favorite times of the year The temperatures start to drop the leaves turn and the campus is alive with activities With our live stream channel you are able to be a part of the Warrior action One special part of the fall collegiate experience is homecoming This year homecoming takes places October 9 11 and it s going to be an action packed weekend We re kicking things off with the Athletic Hall of Fame induction banquet and the fun continues all weekend with the Waldorf parade an arts and craft fair home football game Taste of Waldorf dinner a musical concert and concludes with a theatre showcase on Sunday We will be hosting the inaugural Online Student Alumni luncheon on Saturday before the homecoming game and I hope that you and your family can join us As an online student you probably have never lived on campus or even been to Forest City but Waldorf is now a part of your life s legacy and is very much your home Our online students and alumni are an integral part of Waldorf s identity and history I d like to personally invite you to campus to help us celebrate the100th anniversary of the Alma Mater and all that Waldorf College means to you You are part of a network of more than 30 000 Waldorf alumni Homecoming can help you connect with alumni colleagues in your area for friendship as well as professional and industry advice As always thank you for choosing Waldorf and for being a Warrior I hope to see many of you at homecoming Author Whitney Fike Share This Post On Google Facebook

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  • Loan-A-Book Program | The Warrior
    will still receive an actual hard copy textbook for each course Some of the courses that will use the loan a book program include HUM 1010 Introduction to Waldorf Online HUM 1020 Critical Thinking REL 2350 Philosophies of World Religion WEL 1010 Concepts of Wellness ENG 1010 English Composition I with the exception of the Little Brown Compact Handbook ENG 1020 English Composition II REL 4035 Life Meaning and Vocation BUS 3602 Principles of Management and MTH 2023 Elementary Statistics The only difference is that students will be required to return the textbook once the course has been completed After enrollment in one of these courses students will be provided detailed textbook return instructions along with a return label via e mail Students who fail to return a textbook in satisfactory condition will have a charge posted to their account for the price of the textbook plus 12 for shipping and handling per course Students must return the textbook postmarked within 30 days of the grade posting to have the charge reversed Charges for unreturned textbooks will be based on the retail price listed at the Waldorf College website or 70 of the retail price if the textbook issued was used Students will be informed prior to finalizing their enrollment if they have selected a course that is in the Loan a Book program Students who drop withdraw are institutionally withdrawn or for any reason do not successfully complete a course must complete the Textbook Return Form found on the myWaldorf Student Porta l and enclose this form with the returned textbook Utilizing this program will allow Waldorf College to control costs continue to provide textbooks at no cost to students and keep tuition rates low The Loan a Book program will be implemented with a small group of courses

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  • Loan-A-Book Program | The Warrior
    the students Students will still receive an actual hard copy textbook for each course Some of the courses that will use the loan a book program include HUM 1010 Introduction to Waldorf Online HUM 1020 Critical Thinking REL 2350 Philosophies of World Religion WEL 1010 Concepts of Wellness ENG 1010 English Composition I with the exception of the Little Brown Compact Handbook ENG 1020 English Composition II REL 4035 Life Meaning and Vocation BUS 3602 Principles of Management and MTH 2023 Elementary Statistics The only difference is that students will be required to return the textbook once the course has been completed After enrollment in one of these courses students will be provided detailed textbook return instructions along with a return label via e mail Students who fail to return a textbook in satisfactory condition will have a charge posted to their account for the price of the textbook plus 12 for shipping and handling per course Students must return the textbook postmarked within 30 days of the grade posting to have the charge reversed Charges for unreturned textbooks will be based on the retail price listed at the Waldorf College website or 70 of the retail price if the textbook issued was used Students will be informed prior to finalizing their enrollment if they have selected a course that is in the Loan a Book program Students who drop withdraw are institutionally withdrawn or for any reason do not successfully complete a course must complete the Textbook Return Form found on the myWaldorf Student Porta l and enclose this form with the returned textbook Utilizing this program will allow Waldorf College to control costs continue to provide textbooks at no cost to students and keep tuition rates low The Loan a Book program will be implemented with a small

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  • Being a Servant Leader | The Warrior
    many times I can remember giving back to friends and strangers by doing things for them when it was not so convenient Whether it was giving a few dollars to help them out or giving of my time to mentor them many times it was giving out of a need I had I was recently explaining this to my daughter as I want her to understand servanthood as a teenager She was feeling defeated with no true friends and just not in a good mood to be around There was an opportunity for her to help someone that was in need of some encouragement She mentioned to me that she was not in a place in her life to offer any encouragement to anyone I told her this is the DNA of a servant leader We go and help others out of a need to serve Giving back of yourself will create fulfillment that you can t explain unless you walk in this path Servant leaders give back They are humble They put themselves on your level to understand what you might be going through They are an example of picking up the trash no matter what their title is They are a great leader to follow Their motto is nothing is beneath me I want to be a servant leader and this is something I strive to be every day serving others by giving back and offering acts of kindness So today and all this month allow yourself to stand back at home your job or church and see how you can serve others I would love to hear your thoughts on being a servant leader and offering acts of kindness See you on the blog Author Chantell Cooley Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment

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  • Waldorf Takes Over San Diego! | The Warrior
    share your Waldorf story with us Saturday November 15 2014 11 a m 2 p m Come and go as you are able Mission Bay Park De Anza Cove 3000 N Mission Bay Drive San Diego CA Admission is free for Waldorf alumni online students and guests Please RSVP to alumni waldorf edu by November 7 so we know to expect you If you have a friend family member or co worker who may be interested in attending Waldorf residential or online please feel free to invite them as well We hope to see you there This event is in conjunction with Columbia Southern University and hosted by CSU Student and Alumni Engagement and the Waldorf College Alumni Office If you have any questions please contact Rita Gilbertson at alumni waldorf edu or 641 585 8140 Author Claire Stewart Share This Post On Google Facebook Twitter Submit a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Comment Name Email Website Recent Popular Random Job Searching Use the Waldorf Career Center Feb 12 2016 Waldorf College Announcement Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Waldorf University FAQs Feb 10 2016 Edna Griffin The

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