Student Community Forum: Looking Forward to the Spring Semester
You’re invited to the next Student Community Forum: Looking Forward to the Spring Semester on Monday, Nov. 16, at 8:30 p.m. via Zoom: https://su.zoom.us/j/
International Education Week
Even though we aren’t traveling this year, we can still have an at-home global experience! The Center for International Programs is hosting International Education Week this week! Go to su.edu for more information about the events! Questions? Contact Tricia Whiting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply To Be A Resident Assistant
The position of Resident Assistant (RA) is one of great responsibility and also great fulfillment. It requires hard work but is very rewarding and will help to develop and hone skills that will serve you throughout your life. Applications are open until Feb. 1, 2021. For more information, please contact Ericka Rohrbaugh at email@example.com.
2020 WATTS Fundraising
The WATTS Fundraiser is a fundraiser for the Winchester Area Temporary Thermal Shelter. Students, faculty, administration and members of the Winchester community will come together (separately) to try and break stereotypes about homelessness. All participants will be encouraged to fundraise at least $100 through the Center for Civic Engagement’s PayPal account (link below) throughout the month of November, as well as spend a night outside during Thanksgiving break. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information. The PayPal Link to donate is at https://www.paypal.com/biz/
Fitness Center Update
Brandt Student Center – Fitness Center policy changes due to the most recent Governor’s Ordinance:
All patrons must practice social distancing of 10-feet apart at all times
Only one squat rack may be used at a time
No congregating within the Fitness Center
Fitness Center capacity has been reduced to eight patrons at one time
Failure to comply with Fitness Center rules may result in removal from the facility
Department of Public Safety’s Parking Request for Wednesday, Nov. 18.
The Department of Public Safety is requesting that all vehicles parked in the lot behind the Brandt Student Center (Lot D) be removed from the lot no later than 5:15 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 18. There will be an event in that parking lot and the spaces will be needed. Anyone parked in the Brandt Student Center Parking Deck will be able to leave, but no one will be permitted to park in Lot D or the parking deck after 5 p.m. Thank you for your cooperation!
Sign Up for Racial Justice Training Held by The Mosaic Center
The Mosaic Center is hosting its final racial justice training of the semester from noon to 2 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 16, via Zoom. The training session is open to all undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at Shenandoah. Participants should sign up ahead of time using the Student Racial Justice Training Registration Form. After registering, students will receive Zoom info. Questions may be sent to email@example.com.
Prepare Now For A Safe Thanksgiving
As a community, Shenandoah has worked hard to stay safe all semester so the university can continue with in-person operations. We face another challenge as many of us prepare to travel for Thanksgiving. Now is the time to make plans and take action to reduce the chances of getting infected or infecting family members and friends, and to help keep the Shenandoah community safe. Go to su.edu to read the full article.
Spring Calendar Change: Feb. 1 Start Date
The University Cabinet has approved changing the start date of the spring semester to Feb. 1, 2021. During this pandemic, Shenandoah’s two priorities have been your safety and continued transformative education for students. Please go to su.edu to read the full article and get more information.