Class scheduling dates
The last day to withdraw from classes will be Oct. 28. However, students who wish to drop a class and have no record of it on their transcript need to do so within the first 10 days of classes, according to the Registration Office.
To add a course within the first five days of classes, an add/drop slip with an adviser’s signature needs to be submitted to the Registration Office. After the fifth day of classes, students will need the instructor’s signature in addition to their adviser’s. Students cannot add courses after the tenth day of classes.
The Bulletin Online
The Bulletin Online has a re-designed Web site with new features available at www.esubulletin.com. Although anyone can view our web content, users must register on the site to leave comments, which will reduce the amount of spam on the Web site. Registered users can also create Gravatars (Globally Recognized Avatars) that will be displayed with any their comments.
Other new features include podcasts on news, sports and opinion, student blogs and photo galleries streamed from Flickr. Students can also access stories from previous semesters through the online archives. If a story has not yet been archived, The Bulletin staff can look it up for you. Please email archive requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
In honor of the Islamic holiday Ramadan, the Muslim Student Association will be hosting Community Breakfasts at the Islamic Center of Emporia. The Islamic Center, located at 1125 Mechanic St., will host breakfasts every weekend and a few times throughout the week, said Wasem Eszl, doctorate student in Library Information Management and President of the Muslim Student Association. Breakfasts will continue throughout Ramadan, which is from Aug. 22 to Sept. 20.
The Muslim Student Association will also have a promotional table on Main Street. For more information about these events, email the Muslim Student Association at email@example.com.
Parking permit reminder
Students who have been granted parking permits need to report to the parking office to pick up said permit. If students do not pick up their permit by August 28, unclaimed permits will be released to students who are on the waiting list, said Chris Hoover, public service executive.
Students can buy green, violet and grey permits. Green and violet permits are $75 per year and $50 per semester. Grey permits are $50 per year and $30 per semester.