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Monday October 23rd
All Day
A Culture Carried: Bosnians in Bowling Green
Location: Kentucky Museum
Description:

Interactive ethnographic exhibit featuring artifacts and stories from members of the Bowling Green Bosnian-American community. The exhibit will encourage visitors to experience art while meaningfully reflecting on the diversity of artistic expressions in the region and state, as well as the way art serves as an expression of faith, heritage, and survival for refugees and immigrant populations. 

In conjunction with the International Year of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sponsored by the Kentucky Museum, the KY Folklife Program, the Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology, the Office of International Programs, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

All Day
FAFSA
Description:

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students (undergraduate and graduate) in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid.

Contact WKU Glasgow at wku.edu/glasgow for help or futher assistance completing a FAFSA.

8:30am - 4:30pm
Financial Aid
Location: Elizabethtown RPC 130
Description:

Linda Dillard, with WKU Financial Aid, works closely with parents and students to outline a plan for paying for school.  Linda will assist in navigating the financial aid process, helping to fill out the correct forms, providing the needed documents and apprising you of any changes to existing resources. In addition to finding financial aid resources, she can inform students on loan repayment procedures.  You do not need to make an appointment to meet with Linda please stop by our office or call 270.706.8870 to speak with Linda for your financial needs.

Transfer Scholarship
https://www.wku.edu/scholarship/transfer.php

WKU Financial Aid
http://www.wku.edu/financialaid/

Consortium Request
https://www.wku.edu/financialaid/consortiumrequest.php

5:00pm - 7:00pm
Front Porch S'Mores
Location: Preston Center ORAC
Description:

Join us under the front awning of the Preston Center for our Annual S'mores Clinic! Make a standard s'more or something a bit more wild!  All ingredients and supplies will be provided.  Just bring your appetite and a smile! 

To sign up, call ORAC at 270-745-6545 or come by the office in person, which is located in the Preston Center. Or if you have general questions about a clinic, please email tyler.joing166@wku.edu.
5:00pm - 7:00pm
S'mores Night
Location: OD - OD Preston Lawn
5:30pm - 8:00pm
Dynamic Leadership Institute Workshop
Location: EC3 122
Description:

Phase I - LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE
DLI Phase I is designed to enhance participants' basic leadership skills and abilities.  The participants represent diverse ages, interests, and levels of leadership abilities. The Institute's program includes leadership seminars designed to address a wide array of topics such as problem solving, diversity, leadership & management, personality and visual explorer.

Phase II - LEADERSHIP EXPLORATION & DISCOVERY
DLI Phase II focuses on each individual's self-exploration as a leader.  In Phase II participants will have the opportunity to discover their strengths and areas for improvement in regards to their personal leadership styles. Participants will begin to better understand themselves as leaders and how they work with others throughout this phase. This will be done by working with such instruments as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, Kraybill Conflict Management, Consensus Building, StrengthQuest and power and authority.

 

Date:  October 2, 2017
Personality, MBTI and Leadership Styles


October 23, 2017
Problem Solving and Kraybill Conflict Management

 

November 13, 2017
Consensus Building, Strength Quest, and Power/Authority

 

Time:  All sessions will begin at 5:30pm
Location:  All sessions will meet at EC3 room 122

 

**Completing all three sessions will meet requirements for both Phase I and Phase II.

7:00pm - 9:30pm
All Day
Priority registration for 2018 spring semester begins.
Description:

Priority Registration **October 23 – November 3, 5 a.m. – 2 a.m.**

Eligible students are encouraged to register during the priority period according to the sequence printed below. Students (full-time and part-time) may register on their assigned date or thereafter whenever TopNet is available. Refer to the Spring Academic Calendar for important dates affecting your registration.

Tuition and fees are due no later than January 17 for students who register through January 2. Tuition and fees are due on February 16 for students who register January 3 – January 31. Tuition and fees are due no later than March 20 for students who register February 1- February 28. Registration in a course obligates the student to pay for the course and fulfill course requirements. If you register and decide not to attend, you MUST process your withdrawal on TopNet prior to the first day of classes or notify the Office of the Registrar of your withdrawal in writing; otherwise, you will owe tuition and late payment fees and receive failing grades. If you are receiving financial assistance and do not officially withdraw from WKU and plan to attend another university, your eligibility for aid at the other school may be affected.

Graduate Students

Registration eligibility is based upon:

• Enrollment during the 2017 Winter, 2017 Spring, 2017 Summer, 2017 Fall Term, or 2018 Winter Term or admission for the 2018 Spring Semester

• Clearance of all hold flags

• New students are advised to consult with their advisor

Last Name Registration Date

G - N October 23 O - Z October 24

A - F October 25

 

Undergraduate Students Registration eligibility is based upon:

• Enrollment during the 2017 Winter, 2017 Spring, 2017 Summer, 2017 Fall Term or admission for the 2018 Spring Semester

• Degree-seeking students cleared for registration by your advisor

• Clearance of all hold flags

• Classification is based upon number of hours earned prior to the spring semester Note: Newly admitted non-degree and visiting students are not required to be advised and may use TopNet to register with returning freshmen.

Seniors and Post-Baccalaureate Students (90 or more hours earned)

All seniors are required to file an Application for Graduation prior to registration. Post-baccalaureate students seeking a second undergraduate degree must also be cleared to register by their advisor.

Last Name Registration Date

G - N October 23

O - Z October 24

A - F October 25

Juniors (60 - 89 hours earned)

Exploratory/undeclared juniors are required to declare a major prior to registration.

Last Name Registration Date

L - Z October 30

A - K October 31

Sophomores (30 - 59 hours earned)

Last Name Registration Date

L - Z November 1

A - K November 2

Returning Freshmen (0 - 29 hours earned)

Last Name Registration Date

A - Z November 3

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