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Civic Symphony Spring Concert: 4/26

Posted on April 23, 2014 | Filed under Events

The Allegheny College Civic Symphony will present its Spring Concert on Saturday, April 26 at 3 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium. Featured as a soloist with the ensemble will be Allegheny College percussion instructor Stephen Corsi, playing xylophone in Aram Khachaturian’s famous “Sabre Dance.” The Civic Symphony will also perform works by Mozart, Igor Stravinsky, and others. The concert is free and open to the public.

Ninth Annual Student-Athlete Awards Celebration: 4/29

Posted on April 23, 2014 | Filed under Events

The Ninth Annual Student-Athlete Awards Celebration will be held on Tuesday, April 29 at 7:45 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium. The entire campus community is invited to attend this event at which each senior student-athlete will be recognized. Awards presented during the event include: Friend of Athletics, Comeback of the Year, Inspiration of the Year, Newcomer of the Year (Male/Female), Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) Athlete of the Year (M/F), William Crawford Academic Merit Award (M/F/Team), NCAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year (M/F), Team of the Year and the Senior Achievement Award (M/F).

Dr. Matt Robinson To Speak on Cancer Research: 4/24

Posted on April 23, 2014 | Filed under Events

Relay For Life is bringing Allegheny alumnus Dr. Matt Robinson to campus to speak about the cancer research he does at the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia. His research is funded by the American Cancer Society, and he will discuss the importance of the funds raised through Relay For Life. Dr. Robinson will be speaking at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 24 in Quigley Auditorium.

United Way Spring Build Week: 5/11 – 5/16

Posted on April 23, 2014 | Filed under General News

The United Way Spring Build Week 2014 is a weeklong service immersion experience during which students build community with each other and local community partners in working to meet community needs. We are looking for participants who have a willingness to serve, an interest in being a part of an intentional community of students and administrators who share a commitment to service, openness to new experiences in responding to local community needs and an interest in supporting peers in exploring new experiences through service. During the week, the students will work with the United Way and CIC on a variety of critical home repair projects in the western Crawford County area. Students interested in participating in this event are asked to fill out this Wufoo application. If you have any questions please contact Ellen Bach in the Office of Community Service and Service Learning at

End of Year Transportation to Pittsburgh Airport: Sign Up by 5/1

Posted on April 23, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Office of Student Involvement and ASG are sponsoring end-of-year transportation to the Pittsburgh airport. To view the shuttle schedule and to register, click here. Reservations made by Thursday, May 1 by midnight are $30 each way. If space is available after the initial deadline, the cost is $40 each way. Questions? Call 332-2754.

Piano Recital by Yukihide Nakada ’16: 4/26

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under Events

Yukihide Nakada will present a piano recital at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 26 in Ford Chapel. Yuki studies piano with Marcella Branagan.

Annual Senior Projects Exhibition: Opening Reception on 4/29

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under Events

The Department of Art will open the annual Senior Projects Exhibition with a public reception in the galleries on Tuesday, April 29 at 7 p.m. The show is an opportunity for graduating Studio Art and Art & Technology majors, as well as majors in the junior seminar, to present to the public their art works. The Spring 2014 Senior Art Show features the work of five graduating artists: Ali Abramowitz, Lance Claflin, Jessica Duvall, Brennan Maine and Yishi Xie. Senior Projects represent the culmination of the students’ studies, with an emphasis on creation of original art works. More information about the Art Galleries can be found at

Senior Projects and DSpace

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under General News

Graduating seniors who need to submit their senior project to DSpace should visit the library’s webpage at You will find details on how to obtain a permission form and submit your project. Permission forms, signed by the author and first reader or advisor, are due to the library by April 30, 2014. Projects should be submitted to DSpace by May 5, 2014. Please note: No projects will be added to DSpace between May 6 and 9. If you need to submit your project to DSpace in order to graduate, the signed form and submission must be completed by May 5. If you have any questions, please contact Brian Kern at or 332-3792.

Information Needed by 4/30 for Community Service Hours Report

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Office of Community Service and Service Learning is collecting hours for the Community Service Hours Report: Spring 2014. If you or your organization completed community service hours for the Spring semester, this is your opportunity to report them. To report hours, please submit this wufoo form by April 30. Thank you for keeping the service movement at Allegheny College alive and growing!

Summer Handling of USPS Mail and Allegheny College Work Study Checks

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under General News

The campus Post Office automatically forwards first-class and second-class (magazine) mail to students over the summer. This includes paychecks for students who are working at the college. If you do not want your mail forwarded, please sign up at the campus Post Office. Please note: Parcel post, media mail, UPS packages and mail from other carriers cannot be forwarded. Students who want their mail forwarded to an address other than their home address must complete a form at the campus Post Office.

Faculty and Staff Help Needed for Late Night Breakfast: 4/30

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under General News

The traditional Late Night Breakfast at Brooks Dining Room — this semester on Wednesday, April 30 — is a wonderful opportunity for faculty, staff, and administrators to interact with our students before summer break. We need volunteers to work with the Dining Service management team from 9 p.m. until the fun ends at midnight. Late Night Breakfast will be served from 10 to 11:30 p.m. Whether you have any kitchen skills or just want a chance to support our students during finals week, your help will be tremendously appreciated. Students really enjoy this chance to see faculty and staff outside the classroom and office — and especially appreciate knowing that as employees we pitch in to make this tradition possible for them. If you can help out, please email by Friday, April 25.

Fourth Biannual Reiki Treatment Event: 4/26

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under General News

This Saturday, April 26, the Meditation Club will offer its fourth biannual Reiki Treatment event to decrease stress. Formerly called “Reiki During Finals,” the event will be held one week earlier this semester to collaborate with A5 for Celebrate Asia Month. Reiki is an ancient Japanese form of energy healing that balances the energy in the body and is similar to the idea of acupuncture (but without needles). The sessions can induce profound relaxation and clarity. Reiki is becoming increasingly widespread throughout the U.S. and is now used by many massage therapists, counselors, and nurses. On Saturday, certified Reiki practitioners will offer free 20-minute Reiki treatments to any student, faculty, staff, or community member. The event will be held from noon to 3 p.m. in the Red House (Prayer and Meditation Retreat house between Walker Annex and Arter Hall). Appointments are highly recommended; however, more time slots will be available than last semester so drop-ins should be possible. Contact with questions or to make an appointment.

Kickball Game To Benefit the Meadville Soup Kitchen: 4/24

Posted on April 22, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Community Service House is hosting a kickball game to end hunger this Thursday at 5 p.m. on the Murray lawn. We ask participants to donate $5 to $10 (the cost of a typical meal) and to ask friends and family to match their donations. All funds raised will go to the Meadville Soup Kitchen. We will split up into two teams on the field the day of the event. If you have any questions please contact Mel Smith at

Sara St. Peter To Present Senior Voice Recital: 4/26

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under Events

Sara St. Peter, soprano, will present a senior voice recital on Saturday, April 26 at 1 p.m. in Ford Chapel. She will perform arias and art songs by Haydn, Massenet, Saint-Saëns, Bach, Grieg, and Mozart. Joining her in duets will be Andrew Daigle ’16, tenor; Breana Gallagher ’15, soprano; and John Knobel ’17, baritone. Please note the unusual recital time (1 p.m.). There are two Music Department events that day. The Civic Symphony will be performing at 3 p.m. in Shafer Auditorium. Sara is a Psychology major with a minor in Music. She is a member of the Chamber Singers, Chamber Choir, College Choir and Women’s Ensemble at Allegheny. She also sings in the First Presbyterian Church Choir. She currently studies voice with Vicki Jamison. She is a Distinguished Alden Scholar, a winner of the Cornerstone Award, and president of Psi Chi, the psychology honor society. She is also the only student to serve on Governor Corbett’s Commission on Higher Education.

Senior Project Celebration: 4/25

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under Events

The Senior Project Celebration will be held on Friday, April 25 from 10 a.m. to noon in the Campus Center lobby. Senior students from most departments and programs will present posters of their senior projects. This is a good opportunity for first-, second-, and third-year students to talk to seniors about their projects and to get an idea of the range of projects that are possible. Please contact Lee Coates (332-5376) or Ed Giles (332-2898) for more information.

Retirement Reception for Professor Paula Treckel: 4/25

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Department of History cordially invites you to attend a retirement reception honoring Paula A. Treckel, Harry A. Logan, Sr. Professor of American History, on Friday, April 25, 2 to 4 p.m., Schultz East Alcove. Please click here to RSVP and/or to convey your best wishes to Paula upon her retirement. Submissions will be collected and given to Paula in celebration of her remarkable impact on the lives of students. Through this link you also will have the opportunity to make a donation to the Paula A. Treckel Student Research Fund, established in her honor.

EPA Recognizes Allegheny for Largest Green Power Use Among NCAC Schools

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under General News

Allegheny College has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a 2013-2014 Individual Conference Champion of the College & University Green Power Challenge for using more green power than any other school in the North Coast Athletic Conference. Since April 2006, EPA’s Green Power Partnership has tracked and recognized the collegiate athletic conferences with the highest combined green power use in the nation. The Individual Conference Champion Award recognizes the school that has the largest individual use of green power within a qualifying conference. Allegheny College beat its conference rivals by using 15 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power, representing 100 percent of the school’s annual electricity usage. Allegheny is buying renewable energy certificates (RECs) from Constellation NewEnergy. Purchasing RECs also halves the campus carbon footprint and advances progress toward the college’s goal of climate neutrality by 2020.

Transcript Freeze: Effective 5/6

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under General News

Effective May 6, transcript requests for current students cannot be processed until spring semester grades are posted. If you have a deadline date before or near May 6, 2014, we recommend that you request your transcript before May 6 so that it can be processed before the transcript freeze. Students wishing to have spring semester grades should indicate “After Grades Are Posted” when ordering through the WebAdvisor Transcript on Demand service. We anticipate that these transcripts will be processed and forwarded on May 22, 2014. SENIORS: Final transcripts for seniors with degree and major posted will also be available May 22, but you must indicate “Hold For Degree Posting” when ordering through the WebAdvisor Transcript on Demand service. Questions or concerns? Please contact Pam McCurdy, Transcript Coordinator, at 332-2357 or

Attention: Students Looking for Summer Work

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under General News

On-campus summer jobs for students are still available. Please visit our Student Jobs Database to view all openings, but if you need assistance or have questions, contact Natasha Eckart at 332-2701 or

Deadline for Celebrations & Concerns: 4/25

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under General News

The deadline for the next issue of Celebrations and Concerns is April 25. Employee personal news such as births, marriages, personal achievement, and serious illness or death within the immediate family may be submitted by contacting Jane Ellen Nickell (332-2800 or or by using this form. To receive the monthly email, use this form.

Weather Exercise Volunteers Needed

Posted on April 21, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Office of Safety & Security notes that volunteers are needed for a weather/tornado exercise that the Meadville Medical Center and various county agencies will be conducting at the Crawford County Fairgrounds on May 12 during the morning hours. Volunteers should be comfortably dressed and be prepared to be subject to moulage (make-up) for the exercise, which means that they should not have allergies to latex or red food dye. Transportation to and from campus will be provided. After the exercise, at approximately 10:30 a.m., food and drink will be provided. If you are willing and able to participate in this weather exercise please contact Jeff Schneider at 332-3355 or

Playshop Theatre To Present “The School for Lies”: 4/24 – 4/27

Posted on April 20, 2014 | Filed under Events

The Playshop Theatre concludes its 84th season with “The School for Lies” by David Ives. Directed by Mark Cosdon, the play will be performed April 24-27 in the Gladys Mullenix Black Theatre in the Vukovich Center for Communication Arts. Performances are Thursday through Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The inspiration for Ives’ glittering romp is “The Misanthrope,” Molière’s comic masterpiece. Company members include Dan Keitel, Leanne Siwicki, Mary Lyon, Lee Scandinaro, Maggie Boone, Nate Freed, Sam Reitman, Chris Schuchert and Luke Aslanian Davis. Samantha Hoderlein is the stage manager. The costumes are designed by Miriam Patterson, and the scenery and lighting design is by Michael Mehler. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7.50 for non-Allegheny students, senior citizens and Allegheny employees. Although admission is free for Allegheny students with ID, they are asked to make reservations. This production contains strong language. For more information or to order tickets, contact the Playshop Theatre Box Office at 332-3414.

Concert by Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble: 4/27

Posted on April 20, 2014 | Filed under Events

The Allegheny College Wind Symphony and Wind Ensemble, both under the direction of Ronald Stitt, will perform in Shafer Auditorium on Sunday, April 27 at 3:15 p.m. The Wind Symphony program will include Claude Smith’s Emperata Overture, Puszta by Jan Van der Roost, Aaron Copland’s Variations on a Shaker Melody and Nobles of the Mystic Shrine as well as several other works. The Wind Ensemble will perform Donald Hunsberger’s Dancin’ Into the 20’s and will feature senior bassoonist Scott Kirk performing von Weber’s Hungarian Rondo. The concert is free.

Reminder: Requests for Summer Break Housing Are Due 4/25

Posted on April 20, 2014 | Filed under General News

The residence halls close on May 7 at noon and will reopen August 24, 2014. If you need to be on campus from May 7 to August 24, please fill out this form no later than April 25, 2014. You will be contacted about your status by email after April 25. If this form is submitted after April 25, we will do our best to honor your request but we cannot guarantee a spot. A summer housing meeting will be held on April 30. You will be notified by email of the time and place. Please be prepared with a roommate or to pick a roommate. You must be connected to an Allegheny sponsored or affiliated program to be eligible for late stay, summer or early arrival housing. You will stay in your current space until May 16. On that day you will be able to pick up your summer housing key from Reis Hall and begin moving. Although summer housing is free, it is a taxable benefit and the student is responsible for paying the taxes. For more cost information please refer to the Res Life website. There is limited availability so please plan to be housed in a double room. Students needing singles as an accommodation must have current paperwork on file with the Learning Commons. Summer housing is on a first come first serve basis. Please contact Res Life if you have any questions.

Campus Alert

Posted on April 18, 2014 | Filed under Safety Alerts

The Office of Safety and Security has received reports of theft of student books from the cubicle areas of Pelletier Library. If you see suspicious activity in Pelletier, we ask that you report it immediately to library personnel and the Office of Safety and Security. In addition, please make sure that you secure your personal property to help prevent theft.

Consultations in the Learning Commons

Posted on April 17, 2014 | Filed under General News

There are no peer consultations in writing, speech, technology or tutoring on Sunday, April 20 in the Learning Commons. Regular hours resume Monday, April 21. You can schedule an appointment online or drop in. Want to finish the semester strong? Staff members from the Learning Commons can provide assistance with concentration and motivation, note taking, test-taking strategies, and time management. To make an appointment with a staff member, submit this web form or stop by our office on the main floor of Pelletier Library between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Summer Van (Gator License) Class: 5/14

Posted on April 17, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Summer Van (Gator License) Class, approximately two hours in length, will be held in Schultz East Alcove starting at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, May 14. Anyone wanting to drive a college-owned or college-leased van is required to take this class. To take this class, you must have a valid driver’s license issued at least two years prior to the class from any state in the U.S. and you must have your license in your possession at the class. This will be the final class until fall 2014. if interested, you must email to reserve a seat.

Honors Convocation: 4/29

Posted on April 16, 2014 | Filed under Events

This year’s Honors Convocation ceremony will be held in Ford Chapel on Tuesday, April 29 at 4 p.m. The campus community is invited to attend the ceremony and celebrate with this year’s award recipients.

Panhellenic Council Honors Three

Posted on April 16, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Panhellenic Council honors the following Allegheny community members for their commitment to the Greek Life community during the month of March: Person of the Month Michaeline Shuman, Brother of the Month Eamon Olsa, and Sister of the Month Rachel Thomas.

Get on the Bus for Civil Rights and Voting Rights This Summer!

Posted on April 15, 2014 | Filed under Events

From August 17 to August 24, 2014 Professors Kazi Joshua (INTDS 192) and Brian Harward (POLSC 192) will lead approximately 20 students on a week-long trip through the South as we explore the legacies of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The trip will be an opportunity for us to explore the history of the struggle to secure voting rights for African Americans and other underrepresented groups in the context of the civil rights movement of the 1960s. As one of the curricular dimensions of the Bicentennial, the course will extend the important discussions that have been developing on campus (through the Group Studies), bring those conversations on board a bus through Georgia and Alabama and finally back to campus to begin another year’s worth of conversations. In addition, as part of the course, students will get back on board the bus to travel to Miami (Ohio) during Fall Break to the 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer. More information about this four-credit course can be found here. Interested students should submit a one-page description of their interests in being a part of the travel seminar to CPP Program Coordinator Shannon McConnell ( by April 30.

Survey on Student Attitudes, Perceptions, and Knowledge of Robertson Forest

Posted on April 15, 2014 | Filed under General News

Interested in campus activities related to the forest at Robertson? Allegheny College is considering timber stand improvement, including selective timbering and herbicide control of problem species, at the forests surrounding Robertson Field. The survey will be used to better understand student perceptions, attitudes, and knowledge of Allegheny’s property at Robertson. The information gathered will be used to inform the decision-making process. Please consider taking this short 15-minute survey for the ES210 research methods class and contribute to a healthier and more accessible Robertson. The survey can be found here.

Call for the Third Internationalization Teaching Circle (ITC): Submit Statement of Purpose by 5/2

Posted on April 15, 2014 | Filed under Events

The Fall 2014 International Teaching Circle (ITC) is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Internationalization Grant and the Office of the Provost. This is the third in a series of lunch discussions. Associate Provost Terry Bensel will facilitate this ITC, which will meet once every two weeks during the fall 2014 semester. All meetings will take place on a Wednesday from 12:00-1:20 and the first will be on Wednesday, September 3. The topic of ITC readings and discussions will center on the ways in which global learning and internationalization of the Allegheny campus could contribute to and benefit from closer integration with initiatives in the areas of civic learning and diversity learning. Such integration is a primary goal of the Allegheny Gateway, and the ITC will help the campus answer the question of how that will happen and what the outcomes will be. ITC participants receive a stipend and therefore their attendance and contributions at the sessions must be a thoughtful commitment; each absence will result in a prorated stipend. Since the Teaching Circle is capped, interested faculty and staff are invited to apply by submitting a statement of purpose that addresses their current activities and interests in the integration of civic learning, diversity learning, and global learning, as well as points of discussion and readings they would recommend for the ITC. Statements of purpose of 1-2 pages with the applicant’s name on it should be submitted electronically to Terry Bensel ( and Laura Reeck ( by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 2. Participants will be notified by Friday, May 9.

Co-Presentations to Graduates

Posted on April 15, 2014 | Filed under General News

Employees are invited to co-present a graduate’s diploma if the graduate is an immediate family member. If you are related to a graduate and would like to co-present his/her diploma, please contact the Office of Conference and Event Services at 332-3101 or at by May 1.

Student Organization Storage for 2014-2015

Posted on April 15, 2014 | Filed under General News

To apply for, renew or request a different Campus Center (Room 309) storage locker for ASG recognized organizations, complete this form. Locker assignments for the upcoming academic year will begin on Monday, April 21. If your organization currently occupies a locker and you do not plan to use the locker next academic year, the locker contents must be removed by Friday, April 25. Contact the Office of Student Involvement at with any questions.

Now Hiring: Social Media Assistant for Summer

Posted on April 13, 2014 | Filed under General News

Do you love Allegheny? Do you love social media? Work with Allegheny’s Social Media Team to generate content, post updates, and answer questions on the College’s official social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc.). Apply now!

Students: Please Tell Us Your Thoughts about Nature on Campus

Posted on April 9, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Environmental Science Research Methods class is looking for Allegheny students to participate in our research project to better understand interactions and experiences you have with nature on campus. Please consider taking our 10-minute survey. Please also consider participating in a fun mapping exercise – the signup information is available at the end of the survey and participants will receive free pizza. Participating in the survey and mapping activity is greatly appreciated!

Registration for Senior Week Is Open

Posted on April 8, 2014 | Filed under General News

Attention Class of 2014: Registration for Senior Week 2014 is now open. Sign up today! This year’s Senior Week will be held May 6-8, and tickets are $30. You must pay upon completion of the registration form. If you do not pay, your registration is not complete or confirmed. The deadline for registering for Senior Week is Friday, May 2 at 5 p.m. Click here to begin your registration:

Faculty and Staff Volunteers Needed for Commencement

Posted on April 7, 2014 | Filed under General News

This year’s Commencement ceremony will be on Saturday, May 10 at 2 p.m. Faculty and staff volunteers are needed to help with a wide range of Commencement day tasks. Please contact the Office of Conference and Event Services at 332-3101 or if you are able to volunteer. Your assistance is greatly appreciated.

Photos Needed for Baccalaureate Slide Show

Posted on April 7, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Baccalaureate slide show needs your pictures. Each year for Baccalaureate we put together a slide show depicting Seniors outside of the classroom. Students, faculty, and staff are asked to forward to Brenda Armstrong pictures of Seniors so that they can be considered for the slide show. We strive to include everyone. Email photos to by April 30 if at all possible.

Replacement IDs Will Need New Photos

Posted on April 7, 2014 | Filed under General News

Any member of the college community who needs a replacement ID will need to have a new photo taken at the Office of Safety and Security. Due to changes in our software requirements for college ID Card production, a new photograph must be taken and issued for all new and/or replacement college ID cards.

Changes to Summer Storage

Posted on April 2, 2014 | Filed under General News

In 2014-2015, we will be offering limited summer storage at Allegheny Commons. Space is available to students with a primary home residence greater than 400 miles from campus. Students who reside within a 400-mile radius of campus and who wish to store items are required to utilize outside facilities. We have listed several Meadville businesses below for your convenience. 1) D J Hudson Self Storage, 15390 S Mosiertown Road, (814) 337-6063. 2) Meadville Self Storage, 17208 Conneaut Lake Road #101, (814) 337-5500. 3) Ameri Storage, 9585 Kennedy Hill Road, (814) 336-5778. The storage contract can be found here. If you have questions, please call the Office of Residence Life at 332-3865.

Seniors and First-year Students

Posted on March 31, 2014 | Filed under General News

There is still time to complete the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE). On April 3, seniors and first-year students who have not already participated will receive one final email asking them to complete the 15-minute on-line NSSE questionnaire. It asks students about their experience living and learning at Allegheny. As a token of the College’s appreciation of their time, students who complete this spring’s NSSE will be sent a gift certificate good for a $3 purchase at the Wrecking Ball Café. For more information about NSSE, visit this site. For questions, please contact Director of Institutional Research Marian Sherwood, 206 Bentley Hall, 332-2983,, or Dr. Richard Bowden, chair of Allegheny’s Institutional Review Board, 214 Steffee Hall, 332-2869,

Volunteers Needed for Literacy Project

Posted on March 30, 2014 | Filed under General News

Volunteers are needed for a special literacy project at Neason Hill Elementary School, which will be adding books to the school’s library collection. They would like their kindergarten and 1st grade students to choose the books to be purchased. A volunteer will work with students during their library time to assist them in choosing books. Volunteer hours are during April for two to three weeks on Mondays (1:45-2:45 p.m.) and/or Wednesdays (12:15-2:45 p.m.). Please contact Erin O’Day at or 332-5318 if you can help.

Fall Registration Opens 4/7

Posted on March 26, 2014 | Filed under General News

Preregistration for the Fall 2014 semester begins on Monday, April 7. Access is by registration class and letter code according to the schedule below. Please check your profile in WebAdvisor to confirm your correct class and letter! The date and time in the schedule are the earliest that you may register. Please make sure to consult with your academic advisor(s) before your scheduled registration time and receive permission to register – you will not be permitted to register for any classes without your advisor’s approval (double majors: both advisors must approve you to register). Please note that preregistration is limited to a maximum of 18 credits. For additional information about Fall course offerings, please see the Course Information Page. For recent course changes and updates, see the Registrar blog. For questions about registering for Fall classes, please contact the Registrar’s Office (, 332-2357).

Student Volunteers Needed to Assist with Commencement

Posted on March 24, 2014 | Filed under General News

The Office of Conference and Event Services is in need of student volunteers to assist with the many Commencement activities. If you volunteer, you are able to remain on campus in your dorm room until Sunday, May 11 and your meals are paid for through lunch on Saturday, May 10. If you are interested, stop by Schultz Hall, Room 190 or email We will greatly appreciate your help!

Update Your Campus Organization Memberships

Posted on March 23, 2014 | Filed under General News

All students should take the opportunity to update their campus organization memberships on WebAdvisor. It’s easy to do: just follow these steps. 1. Start WebAdvisor. 2. Click on the Students tab. 3. Under the heading “Update Student Activities,” click on “Update Campus Org membership.” 4. Check the box(es) of your organization(s) or uncheck the box(es) of any organization(s) if you are no longer a member. 5. Click on Submit at the bottom of the form. For any questions, contact the Office of Student Involvement at

Reminder: Physical Plant Is Hiring Students for the Summer

Posted on March 23, 2014 | Filed under General News

Physical Plant would like to remind students that they have job openings for the summer. They are still hiring for a locksmith assistant, grounds crew and painters. If you are interested in working any of these jobs and are looking for full-time work for the summer, please contact Kelly Wright at 332-5378 or

Deadlines for My Allegheny

Posted on August 25, 2013 | Filed under General News

Here are a few things to remember about My Allegheny: Items for My Allegheny must be submitted by 5 p.m. in order to be posted to My Allegheny the following day. Items are not posted on Saturday or Sunday except for Safety Alerts. Items to be posted on Monday must be received by 5 p.m. the previous Friday. Submissions are automatically removed after an event has passed. Please note that due to the volume of postings we receive we cannot re-post items. Academic events are also listed in the calendar box to the right of the postings to give them greater visibility and so that you can quickly see lectures, concerts, gallery shows and other events related to our lives as scholars. Questions about My Allegheny? Contact Kathy Roos at x5950 or