Tag Archives: student services

Debunked: Top 5 Myths About Taking Online Classes

Making the decision to attend an online school can be a difficult one for some. Many students are trepidatious about how much contact and support they will receive from their instructors and classmates and whether they’ll be able to find the time to complete their assignments on top of their already busy work/life schedules. So, Globe University-Online
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Chapter III: Career & Student Services Respond to Annual Survey

It’s Globe University-Woodbury campus’s goal to have a whole team supporting our students at every point in their education. That is why our Campus Leadership Team (CLT) made it a point to have each manager respond to our students’ thoughts, questions and concerns expressed on the Annual Survey. The third and final chapter will focus
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55 Reasons to Celebrate Perfect Attendance

Globe University-Madison West would like to congratulate the following students who have accomplished perfect attendance during the Early Fall quarter and beyond. The program is called “Pristine Perfection” which was developed by the student services team to acknowledge those students who have achieved perfect attendance for one quarter and for two, three or four consecutive
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…and on to Her Next Great Adventure

Suzanne Miller leaves Globe-La Crosse for Minnesota School of Business-Rochester I began this day thinking I would find a beautiful poem to bid farewell to a great friend of Globe La Crosse, but in doing so I found too many great poems by numerous great poets, so I am left with my own words.  
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Is Money Tight? FoodShare a Possible Solution for Students

by Laura Wichert, FoodShare Outreach Specialist Many students are struggling to make ends meet. If you’ve had to choose between eating lunch or buying gas, or could just use help paying for groceries, it’s worth the time to find out if you may be eligible for FoodShare Wisconsin benefits (also known as the QUEST card).
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Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Is College the ‘Golden Age’ It Is Thought to Be? What is your favorite book? Which book has captured your heart and captivated your mind the most. For people like me, who love literature and books, this is a very challenging question, but if I were asked I would have to say The Great Gatsby
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APA: Your Way to an “A”

Globe University-La Crosse Campus APA Workshops Consider joining in on one of the APA workshops next week. It could help you waste less time on the formatting and spend more time on the content of your homework. Turn those C’s into B’s, or those B’s into A’s by learning tips and tricks for having the
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Plagiarism and the College Student

What is Globe-La Crosse Doing to Aid Students to Avoid Unintentional Plagiarism? Is ignorance of the rules an excuse for not following them? Can college students claim that they did not know it was wrong to use another’s ideas or words? How can this be? At what point should a student be held accountable? As a writing instructor
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Jeanne Clery: Her Death, Her Legacy

With great tragedy comes better security, reporting of crimes, and protection for those who follow. This is the legacy of Jeanne Clery who was raped and murdered in her dorm room in 1986. Jeanne was a nineteen year old college student who awoke to a man attempting to rob her. He raped and strangled her
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