Nov. 7, 2016
Vice President for Student Affairs
- Save the date: Student Affairs all-division holiday luncheon, 11 a.m., Dec. 7.
- The No. 3 ranked Comets volleyball team earned its second straight and fourth all-time ASC championship over the weekend in Belton. The NCAA D-III Tournament Selection Show, available online, is at 11:30 a.m. today.
- Men's soccer also collected it second consecutive and fourth overall ASC title over the weekend, winning the championship on its home field. The NCAA D-III Tournament Selection Show is online at 12 p.m. today.
- Women's cross country won its first-ever ASC title while the men's team finish second, its highest-ever finish. The NCAA D-III Regional Meet is Saturday in Mount Berry, Ga.
- Women's soccer closed its season with a loss in the semifinal round of the ASC Tournament over the weekend. The Comets have now advanced to at least the league's semifinals for the past 16 seasons.
- Nov. 12: Women's basketball vs. Huston-Tillotson (exhibition), 5:30 p.m., Activity Center.
- Tickets are available for the Dallas Chamber Symphony's "Transfigured Night," 8 p.m., Nov. 15.
- Tickets for "Autumn at the Dallas Arboretum" are $11, now through Nov. 23.
Dean of Students
Community Standards and Conduct
- New cases for the week of Oct. 24: Academic dishonesty (6), misconduct (2).
Health and Wellness Initiatives
- Clinical services/sessions for the week of Oct. 24: Intakes, consultation and counseling (207), crisis services (15), psychiatric evaluations and treatment (28), group and couples (48), testing (5), outreach (6).
- Center for Students in Recovery services for the week of Oct. 24: Individual recovery support (8), other contacts (31). Group meetings: Nourish eating disorder support group (1), SMART (1), outreach (1).
- Nov 10: Free Texas two-step workshop, 8:15-9:45 p.m., Activity Center MP Orange Room.
- Nov 11-13: Recreational Sports is hosting the NIRSA Region IV Flag Football Championships, with an expected 60+ teams from across the southwest region.
- Nov. 7: It's On Us event, 4-6 p.m., outside the Student Union.
- Nov. 9: Ask the Dietician, 2-4 p.m., SSB 4.5.
Student Engagement Initiatives
Student Transition Initiatives
New Student Programs
Student Transition Programs
Veteran Services Center
- Nov. 9: Campus flag display. Volunteers needed to place flags on campus for Veterans Day. Set-up at 12 p.m. on Nov. 9 and take-down at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 14.
- Nov. 10: Veterans Day reception for student, staff and faculty military veterans, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Galaxy Rooms. RSVP requested.
- Nov. 10: Military Showcase: Veterans Day campus display, 1-3 p.m., Galaxy Rooms.
- Nov. 15: The Veterans Lecture. Listen to the journey of Jacob Schick, the executive director of 22Kill, "From Tragedy to Triumph," 12-1:30 p.m., TI Auditorium.
Finance and Administrative Services
- The "Nothing to Report" (NTR) link is now active on the Galaxy homepage. Exempt employees should use this link if they have no vacation or sick time to report in any given month.
- Training sessions for "Employees Transitioning to Non-exempt" and "A Manager's Guide to FLSA" are now available. Signups are accessible through LEO.
- With the upcoming exempt/nonexempt transition, all leave requests should be approved no later than Nov. 30.
Housing Operations and Residential Life
- Exterior and interior work is taking place in Phase 3 of University Village to update infrastructure for the new internet network project.
- Nov. 8: All LLC presidential election watch party, 6-10 p.m., RHW 2.401.
- Nov. 18: Peer Advisor applications for 2017-2018 are due.
Galerstein Women's Center
- Students may apply online to attend the Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference at Texas A&M University.
- Searching for an administrative assistant II.