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This is the final newsletter of this academic year. I wish you all well on the rest of your final papers and exams. If you are moving back ‘home’ for the summer, be safe and enjoy the time with family and friends. If you now live, or are staying in Colorado I hope you have an opportunity to further explore all this beautiful state has to offer. Please read the following information on requirements and due dates. The program will have more than 150 scholars this next academic year, so please be mindful of the amount of effort managing this program takes, and respond timely and appropriately to my requests for action/documents. Thank you!
Can you believe there are only 28 days until finals week? …Maybe you didn’t want to know that.
Thank you for your response to the midterms and to those of you who made appoint-ments to discuss classes that were not going as well as you had hoped. If you did not turn in your midterm, you are in violation of the agreement you signed, and this can affect any future scholarship funding. Don’t forget to complete your academic/graduation plan by the end of the semester – this is a requirement, not a request. As always, make an appointment or come by during my office hours if you have any questions or concerns.
This will be the last Newsletter attached to email. In the future a notification will be sent with a link to the mentor website and the newsletter page. It is still your re-sponsibility to read and respond to any requests on email.
Thank you to those who came to Pancake Day and celebrated a bit of Mardi Gras spirit with the SRO! It is time again to collect midterm grades. This is an excellent time to make an appointment with professors to discuss your classes, if you are not doing well, or to network if you are. Do not ask faculty to send me grades via email—it is not their responsibility. I will be out of the office March 28—March 31 so please send all emails to Maya with any concerns.
I hope your semester is going well. I realize it is getting a bit crazy, with projects and tests now hitting all at once, but I hope you take time to relax a bit and enjoy just being you. Maya and I are working diligently to assist you as you navigate your college life. Midterms will be due soon, and registration AGAIN before you know it! A graduation plan is an excellent guide to prepare to assist in planning your courses. Complete and send one, if you have not already done so. Please review the activities noted below for the spring semester.
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Thanks for a great orientation! It is such a pleasure to know and work with all of you. In an effort to assist you at the University I am experimenting with different ways to get you information both timely and efficiently. Please give us feedback as the semester progresses as to what is working. With that said, please never hesitate to contact the office with ANY issue or just stop by and say HI. Facebook is another avenue that the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office is utilizing to reach out to Denver Bound Scholars.
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