World AIDS Day was first observed around the globe on Dec. 1, 1988, and Shenandoah University will continue its tradition of observing the day on Sunday. For its Dec. 1 University Chapel at Noon ... Read More...

Students: If you have registered online for Spring 2014 semester, your statement is now available to view and pay online. Shenandoah University accepts all major credit cards and electronic checks ... Read More...

Tomorrow, Nov. 26, is the last day to withdraw from a Fall 2013 Semester course. To withdraw from a course, fill out a course schedule adjustment form, check the “withdraw” box, have it signed by your ... Read More...

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Life as a moose is difficult, but life as a nameless Blackboard Traveling Support moose is a downright travesty! So, the Institutional Computing (IC) Department has decided it is time to name this ... Read More...

It’s that time of year when students and employees are asked to return all cups, plates, bowls, coffee cups and flatware to the Allen Dining Hall. Dining Hall Amnesty Days run today, Nov. 25, through W ... Read More...

Attention all employees: Fill out this short Employee Technology Request Form no later than Friday, Nov. 29, to communicate your technology needs to Institutional Computing (IC). The department is ... Read More...

The university, including the Wilkins Wellness Center, is closed Thursday, Nov. 28, through Sunday, Dec. 1. However the Smith Library has weekend hours (see below), and the Department of Public Safety ... Read More...

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Adama Dieng, special adviser on the prevention of genocide to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, will headline Shenandoah University’s Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention Symposium on W ... Read More...