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■ March 1995
FSU at a Glance
THE FINANCIAL AID OFFICE:
PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR SUMMER
SCHOOL AND LOAN APPLICATIONS
SCHEDULE FOR FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP FOR 1995-96
RENEWAL APPLICATION AND FSFSA’S
EACH WEDNESDAY AT 4:00 P. M.
YOUR 1994 TAX FORMS ARE REQUIRED!! PLEASE BRING THEM"
PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR COMPLETION OF THE FALL 1995-96
FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION
RENEWAL OR FAFSS
FOR PRIORITY FUNDING!!
EACH MONDAY-FINANCIAL AID OFFICE
4:00 P. M. SHARP! IF YOU ARE LATE!! OOPS!! YOU CANNOT EN
EACH TUESDAY- CHESNUTT LIBRARY, SEMINAR ROOM
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THE DIVISION OF BUSINESS AND FINANCE
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE AND CASHIERING;
ALL SUMMER SCHOOL FEES ARE DUE
ON THE DAY OF REGISTRATION:
Cash, Cashier’s Checks, Money Orders,
Visa/MasterCard, APPROVED LOAN AND/OR APPROVED OTHER AID,
ON OR BEFORE MAY 22, AND JULY 3, 1995!!
FAILURE TO PAY ON THE DAY OF REGISTRATION
WILL RESULT IN THE CANCELLATION OF YOUR CLASSES!!
PRE-REGISTERED STUDENTS FOR SUMMER I OR II!!!
YOUR REGISTRATION MUST BE CONFIRMED!! PLEASE
REPORT TO THE RUDOLPH JONES STUDENT CENTER ON
MAY 22-23,1995, AND JULY 3,1995.
PLEASE SHOW!! IF NOT, YOUR PRE-REGISTRATION
WILL BE CANCELLED!!
YOUR ACCOUNT MUST BE PAH) IN
FULI. ON OR BEFORE APRIL 10,1995, IN ORDER TO PRE-REGIS-
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SEE THE CASHIER!!
IF YOU HAVE NOT COMPLETED PAYMENT OF YOUR TUITION
AND FEES FOR THE SPRING SEMESTER, PLEASE CONTACT
MR. TERRY L. MERRITT OR MISS RITA ADAMS AT
NOTE: ARSOTJITELY!! NO REFUNDS ARE GIVEN FOR WITHDRAW
ING FROM INDIVIDUAL COURSES AFTER ANY DROP/ADD PERIOD.
FSU Co-hosts Regional Meeting to Develop a
North Carolina Environmental Education Plan
Fayetteville, NC, February 27, 1995 - Fayetteville State University, in con
junction with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and the North
Carolina Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources, spon
sored a regional conference for educators who wish to participate in the devel
opment of the North Carolina Environmental Education Plan- Scheduled for
March 21, 1995 from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. in the Shaw Auditorium, this confer
ence is one of several regional efforts to follow up on a statewide gathering
held in Research Triangle Park in December, 1994.
Conference funding is provided by Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, The North
Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, International Paper, the North Caro
lina Zoological Park, the North Carolina Aquariums, the Department of Public
Instruction, and other agencies of the Department of Environment, Health, and
FSU to Co-host National Endowment for
the Humanities Seminar on Japan
Fayetteville, NC, February 16, 1995 — Fayetteville State University in
conjunction with the University of North Carolina, the East-West Cen
ter and the University of Hawaii, and the NC Japan Center hosted a
regional National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Seminar on
Japan in March 1995. The seminar, which will focus on Japanese his
tory, culture and Japanese aesthetic traditions, was held in Chapel Hill,
NC, March 15 - 19, 1995.
Project Director for the seminar was Dr. Thomas Kusalis, Professor of
Comparative Studies in Humanities and Chairman of the Department of
East Asian Languages and literatures at Ohio State University. Drs.
Roger Ames and Betty Buck from the Asian Studies Program at the
East-West Center and the University of Hawaii facilitated discussion
and interaction. Mr. John Sylvester from the North Carolina Japan Center
delivered the opening keynote address. Several University of North
Carolina Council on International Program faculty participated as pan
The primary objective of the seminar was to give participants a frame
work for understanding Japanese culture; to provide an accurate, sub
stantive base for understanding Japanese history, philosophy, art, reli
gion, and aesthetics; and to give participants an opportunity to use and
discuss a variety of methodologies to help undergraduate students un
derstand more about Japan and Asia. Workshop participants interacted
with humanities and social science scholars to provide an opportunity
for learning more about Japanese culture so they can develop prelimi
nary written plans to infuse an informed understanding about Japan into
their undergraduate courses.
Additional information may be obtained by calling the Chancellor’s
Office at (910) 486-1141.
FSU’s 1995 Honda Campus All-Star
Challenge Team Set to Compete in Regional
Fayetteville, NC, March 2, 1995 An elite squad of intellectual warriors from
Fayetteville State University has qualified to participate in the 1995 Honda
Campus All-Star Challenge southeastern regional play-offs, to be held March
30 through April 2 at North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro, NC.
Living Your Dreams is the theme of the Sixth Annual All-Star Challenge, an
academic competition where students from 87 Historically Black Colleges
and Universities (HBCUs) compete for more than $300,000 in grant money
for their institutions. This meeting of the minds tests players on a wide array
of subjects ranging from literature to science to African American history
and achievement in a fast-paced, question and answer format.FSU’s 1994
team emerged from last year’s regional play-offs as one of two regional and
eight national finalists in the All-Star Challenge. They brought home $8,500
in scholarship funds for the University from national competition in Califor
nia. The 1994 team captain, Timothy Jessie, was selected for the National
Honda All-Star Team. If successful at the regional play-offs, FSU’s 1995
All-Star Challenge Team will compete in the National Championship Tour
nament, scheduled for May 20-24 in Los Angeles. Members of the 1995
Fayetteville State University All-Star Challenge Team are: Timothy Jessie,
Team Captain, a senior majoring in biology; Dennis Allman, a junior with an
English major; Joni James, a freshman political science major; Albert Johnson,
a senior majoring in accounting; and Xaver Priest, a sophomore majoring in
history. Team alternates are Eric Jones, a freshman computer science major,
and Mason White, who is a graduate student in secondary education.
The entire FSU family congratulates these students and
wishes them the best of luck in the Southeastern Regional
play-offs! For more information, contact Lauren Burgess
at (910) 486-1474.