Resit & Make-up Examinations Notice

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Re-sit & Make-up Examinations Notice

All students are advised that there will be two (2) separate Re-sit/Make-up Examinations.


1)           SASPS First Nine-Week Make–up & Resit Examinations will be held on Friday, January 19, 2018 at 12:30 p.m. in the Teacher Education Hall. 

The deadline for Re-sit payments at the Bursar’s Office and the submission of all forms in respect of the First Nine-Week Period will be on Friday, January 12, 2018. 

Please note that these are for SASPS students who sat their majors examinations (141s and 241s) during the period November 6 -10, 2017.

 

2)           First End of Semester Make–up and Re-sit Examinations (for all Dec. 2017 examinations, including General Education and elective courses) for all schools will be held on Friday, January 26, 2018.

The deadline for Re-sit payments at the Bursar’s Office and the submission of all forms will be onMonday, January 22, 2018

Make-up Forms are to be submitted to Examinations Office and Re-sit Forms are to be left at the Bursar’s Office. The time and venue will be given at a subsequent date.

Kindly pay particular attention to the date of your Make-up & Resit Examinations. If in doubt, please make a query at the Examinations Office. 


Please see attachment below with the procedures for applying for a Re-sit or Make-up Examination. There will be strict adherence to the above deadlines.


Procedures for Applying

Washington University Summer Programme Scholarships for 2018

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Greetings from Washington University in St. Louis!

 

The Summer School Team at WashU is excited to open the application for the 2018 International Summer Study Program. We combine a rigorous educational experience with cultural and social programming that highlights life in the American Midwest.

 

We offer competitive $2500 scholarships to qualified applicants; those who need additional support should indicate this in their application.

 

Students accepted to the program earn up to seven (7) units of course credit. We provide more than 50 courses in subject areas like economics, politics and culture, music, pre-medical studies, and business. Private tours of our campus facilities are available to showcase opportunities for graduate and professional education.

 

The program balances course work with opportunities to have fun. Participants are assigned an American student mentor to welcome them to campus life. Students also have multiple occasions to interact with fellow classmates, professors, and leaders in the St. Louis region to build their global network and explore the city. St. Louis combines small-town warmth with big city opportunities that include world-class museums, professional baseball, amusement parks, concert venues, and live musical theater.

 

Access our program flyer and poster to share with interested students and colleagues. You may also forward this email to anyone interested in studying abroad.

 

We would be very happy to host a webinar for interested students. If you would like to explore this option, please contact us at your earliest convenience. And if you would like any other information or materials, don’t hesitate to ask!

 

With best wishes from the Summer Team at Washington University,

 

 

Beth Landers, Ph.D.

Director of Summer School and Assistant Dean

Washington University in St. Louis

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(314) 935-4320

 

Christina Zebrowski, MS

Coordinator & Communication Specialist: Summer Programs

Washington University in St. Louis

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(866) 215-4443

Important Dates:

 

Application Opens

      November 1, 2017

Application Deadline

      April 1, 2018

Admission Decision Deadline

      April 15, 2018

Program Dates

      July 17 - August 17, 2018

 

Eligibility Information:

 

• Be 18 years old by July 1, 2018.

• Be a university-level undergraduate student.

• Complete one year of study byJuly, 1, 2018.

• Have English Language Test (ELT) results with:

  • a 90iBt on the TOEFL;
  • a 6.5 on the IELTS; or
  • a Level B2 on the CAE or CPE.

ELT waivers are available for eligible applicants.

 

Application Materials:

 

• Personal Information

• Education History

• English Language Test (ELT)

• University transcript

• Personal Statement(s)

• Application fee or waiver information

Community Service

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All students who have registered for the course Community Service for the period August – December 2017, are asked to visit the Department of Student Affairs to select a placement during the week of September 4th – September 8th 2017.

Students please be advised that the Community Service Coordinator is out of office. In this regard, all matters relating to Community Service will be handled by the following persons in the Department of Student Affairs:

1. Selecting placement for Community Service

ü     Ms. Lewis, Ms. Williams, Mr. Simpson and Mr. Dixon

2. Community Service Queries

ü  Ms. Lewis and Ms. Williams


Policy Regarding Change of Grade

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CHANGE OF GRADE

 

In keeping with  our policy regarding Change of Grades please be reminded that - An "I" grade will be removed if the student completes the unfinished work by the sixth week of the following semester. If not an "I" is changed to "F" at the end of following that semester (Student Handbook, please view on our website).

INCOMPLETES 


An “I” may be submitted in lieu of a final grade when a student’s work in a course is satisfactory but not complete. An “I” grade will be removed if the student completes the unfinished work by the sixth week of the following semester. An incomplete, if not removed, is changed to an “F” by the end of the semester following the one in which the student received the “I”.

 

Please be guided accordingly.

CAPE Preliminary Results

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NOTICE

 

STUDENTS ARE HEREBY ADVISED THAT

CAPE PRELIMINARY RESULTS CAN BE COLLECTED AT THE EXAMINATIONS OFFICE WITHIN THE HOURS OF 8:30AM TO 4:00PM.


NB.

STUDENTS ARE KINDLY ASKED TO WALK WITH THEIR ID CARDS IN ORDER TO COLLECT THEIR RESULT SLIP. ANYONE COLLECTING ON BEHALF OF ANOTHER STUDENT MUST PRESENT:

 

-A LETTER OF AUTHORIZATION FROM 

  THE STUDENT.

-THE STUDENT’s ID CARD.

-THE ID CARD OF THE COLLECTOR.

Please be guided accordingly.

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