The Sheila Goldring McCoy and Keith Graham McCoy Scholarship application is now open. Up to two scholarships will be awarded this year. You may apply for the scholarship through the STARS Financial Aid system. The deadline is May 20. Scholarship recipient(s) will be recognized at commencement; senior standing is required to apply, but graduation this year is NOT required to apply.
For more information please contact Dr. Bryant.Liberal Studies Spring 2013 Community Social
Curious about what you can do with a Liberal Studies degree in today’s job market? Join Liberal Studies seniors and alumni as they informally share their stories about how a Liberal Studies degree helped them to work in the public sector, human services, education and training, and to start their own businesses.
Please join us at our Spring 2013 Community Social on Tuesday, May 14 from 11:30 -1:30 in the BSC, Ursa Major.
For assistance or further information, please contact Rebecca Briseno at 909-869-3567 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATTENTION: The Liberal Studies Office is now located in 94-203. (Note that the Liberal Studies faculty will NOT be moving at this time, but are scheduled to move to offices near the new LS office at a later time.)
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