News and Events

Issue 24 – March 2015



Schedule Builder available for Spring 2015 registration!~Coming Soon

Throw away the pencil and paper! No more searching for class times one by one! Now you can create an ideal class schedule with a few clicks of a button with the new web-based Schedule Builder. Schedule Builder will be available on CampS the week of October 20th.


Nontraditional Student Awareness Week

Celebrate Nontraditional Student Awareness Week and attend a Scholarship Tips Workshop with Free Lunch on Thursday, November 6th from 11:30a.m. to 1:00p.m. Oasis Room – Davies Center. Come and go as you need! A box lunch will be offered to attendees if you RSVP to reserve your free lunch: call 715-836-3259 or email


Study Abroad Priority Application Deadline –November 17, 2014

Interested in study abroad for summer or fall 2015? The priority application deadline is November 17,2014. A complete application includes a transcript, faculty recommendation, completed short-answer questions, paying the application fee, and two signature documents.  Visit the Center for International Education, Schofield 3 or email for more information.


Free Sundaes on Mondays!

Free ice cream sundaes in the Student Organization & Leadership Center (2nd Floor, Davies Center) – 11:30am-1:30pm (or while supplies last). COME FIND YOUR AND! Learn more about opportunities for activities, involvement, and leadership!


Experience one of the largest indoor rock climbing facilities in the country!

Indoor climbing at its best at Vertical Endeavors in St. Paul. Sign up NOW for the November 8 trip. 


See what's new at Crest Fitness Center!

For specialized assistance with your personal fitness goals, check out the Fit 4 Life program! For an extra boost to your workout routine, check out the Workout of the Week (WOW!) or the 'FREE exercise tips and demos' offered at designated times at Crest Fitness Center!

Advice for Students Concerning Ebola

A lot of us have questions regarding the Ebola virus.  Follow the above link for some basic CDC information.  Because most general fall semester going students are not traveling globally right now, we are at a very low risk for any potential exposure.  However, it is always important to consider who you may have been around that could have the potential to have been exposed.