Thursday, October 23, 2008

New Writing Center Hours

Effective immediately, the Writing Center has new hours:

Monday 2-5pm, 5:30-8pm
Tuesday 2-8pm
Wednesday 2-4pm, 5:30-8pm
Thursday 2-8pm

The Center is still located in Room 107 of the English Building.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Be an informed voter

If you are undecided about your senator and representative choices in the upcoming election, here is an opportunity to learn more about them. On Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 10:45 a.m., U.S. senatorial candidates Allen Buckley (L), Jim Martin (D), and a representative of incumbent Saxby Chambliss (R) will have a forum at the GSW Fine Arts Building . They will answer questions and discuss the issues with students, faculty, staff and members of the community.

Candidates competing for a seat in Georgia's Second U.S. Congressional District will havea similar program on Wednesday, Oct. 22 at 10:45 a.m. in the Jackson Performance Hall. Incumbent Rep. Sanford Bishop (D) and his challenger, Lee Ferrell (R), are both slated to attend.

Friday, October 17, 2008


Registration for Spring 2009 classes will begin on Monday, October 27. The schedule of classes can be seen here. Here is who can register when:

Class for Registration Purposes Overall Earned Hours Dates of
Students Graduating Spring 09 October 27-November 14 Yes Yes
Graduates October 29-November 14 No Yes
Seniors 105 or more October 29-November 14 No Yes
Seniors 90-105 October 29-November 14 Yes Yes
Juniors 85-89 October 31-November 14 Yes Yes
Juniors 60-84 October 31-November 14 No Yes
Sophomores 30-59 November 4-November 14 No Yes
Freshmen 0-29 November 6-November 14 Yes Yes
Learning Support
December 4-5 Yes No

Class designation and number of credit hours reflect how many credits you have completed as of the start of this semester. The classes you are taking this semester do not figure in here because you have not completed them yet. If you aren't sure how many credits you have, log into RAIN and click on "Student Services and Financial Aid". From there, go to "Registration", and click on "Check Your Registration Status".

If the chart above shows that you need advisement prior to registration, or if you want to meet with your advisor for any reason, please contact your advisor to set up an appointment. You should also check your RAIN account for any other holds you might have, such as unpaid parking tickets, because these will prevent you from registering.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Upcoming Psychology/Sociology Club Events

Here are some of the upcoming events for the Psychology/Sociology Club:

16 Oct (Thursday) MOVIE NIGHT 6pm in club room (Room 3)
Movie- Premonition--
Come join us for fun and movie, bring dinner if you like


Liberty House, a domestic violence shelter in Albany, has requested items like socks, underwear (infant to adult sizes), bras, undershirts, household items (plates, cups, silverware, etc). Collection containers will be available in the Psychology/Sociology building lobby starting 20 OCT. Please consider donating.

22 Oct (Wednesday) Psych/Soc club meeting 3pm
Guest speaker LIBERTY HOUSE -Mary Martinez
T-shirt voting -please have all submissions in by 3pm

30 Oct (Thursday) Psych/Soc club BAKE SALE 11am- 2pm by the cafeteria in the Marshall Student Center
Please donate items to sell and/or volunteer to work the sale for at least 30 min
Please sign up with Christi or she will leave a time list on Dr.Cotter's door.

14 Nov (Friday) Sleep Disorder Clinic (field trip)
Times to be announced

INTERNSHIPS are available for Spring Semester!!! See CASA or Liberty House for details or come to the upcoming guest speaker events to learn more.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Early Registration for Spring Classes

The spring class offerings are available now on RAIN. Early registration starts on October 27.

Early Registration Schedule:
Students (Graduating Spring 09) - October 27-November 14
Seniors (105 credits or more) - October 29-November 14
Seniors (90-105 credits) - October 29-November 14
Juniors (60-89 credits) - October 31-November 14
Sophomores (30-59 credits) - November 4-November 14
Freshmen (0-29 credits) - November 6-November 14
Learning Support - December 4-5

October 15 is the last day to withdraw from a course without a penalty.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Interested in Industrial/Organizational Psychology?

The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, in conjunction with Austin Peay State University, is hosting a free web-based seminar to provide interested students with information about the field of Industrial and Organizational Psychology. This seminar will include information on topics such as graduate school preparation, graduate school life, and career options. The seminar will be held on Thursday, October 30, from noon - 1:00 p.m. For more information, or to register, go to: