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Monday, May 03, 2004
 Volume # 259,  Issue # 13
 Published by Student Life
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CONTENTS

Community News
   REGISTER TO VOTE THIS WEEK
   Help@Home: CIS visits residence halls, apartments

Campus Involvement Opportunities
   New Student Orientation Team Leader (OTL) Applications
   SPRINT Debriefers Needed -Anyone Can Do This!!

Academic Information
   Center for Learning Open House
   Hiring for Tutors
   Night of Beats!
   Summer Worship Trip to England!
   Help@Home: CIS visits residence halls, apartments
   Autumn Quarter Registration
   Last Chance to Pick Up Last Quarters Papers

Internships, Jobs & Classifieds
   Opening for 2004 CityQuest Coordinator!

COMMUNITY NEWS

REGISTER TO VOTE THIS WEEK
Are you registered to vote in your state? If not, what are you waiting for? Facilities are available in the ASSP office all this week for you to register to vote in your home state. For more information, contact Jeff Pickering at assp-prm@spu.edu.


Help@Home: CIS visits residence halls, apartments
Computer and Information Systems is pleased to announce a trial program called Help@Home! Through Help@Home, CIS will be able to visit residence halls and apartments on a consultation-basis to offer additional support and advice. We're excited to offer this program in an effort to improve technology services used by the SPU student community. We hope this trial will provide the necessary information to demonstrate the importance of a service like this for students on a more frequent, on-going basis. The hours for this service will be Monday through Friday, 1:00-3:00 p.m. and the pilot program will continue for the remaining weeks of this school year. To request a visit, please go to: http://www.spu.edu/cishelpdesk/resNetCon. For more information please contact Reece Carson, reece@spu.edu, (206)-281-2435.


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CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

New Student Orientation Team Leader (OTL) Applications
Are you interested in being an Orientation Team Leader (OTL) this fall? General job responsibilities include acting as a host, advocate, advisor, and friend for new students and their families as they transition to SPU; facilitating and leading discussions with small groups of new students during the four days of orientation; and helping the Office of Student Life evaluate the Orientation program. You can pick up an OTL application in Office of Student Programs. Completed applications are due back May 21. To participate as an OTL, you will have to be on campus September 21-26. For more information please contact Heather Brannon, hbrannon@spu.edu.


SPRINT Debriefers Needed -Anyone Can Do This!!
Faculty and Staff, Seattle Pacific Reachout INTernational (SPRINT) is looking for people to debrief Winter Nursing mission trip team members. Debriefing is simply spending an hour with a student listening to stories, looking at pictures, and discussing how their life will be different because of their trip. This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in the life of a student in the SPU community. There are many incredible stories to be told! If you are interested, please e-mail Kevin Lakey at lakeyk@spu.edu.


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ACADEMIC INFORMATION

Center for Learning Open House
COME ONE, COME ALL! The Center for Learning is hosting an Open House on Tuesday, May 4, 2004 to show you what services we offer for you. Come check out the Writing Center, the Tutoring services, meet the staff, and just see what goes on in that place below Moyer! The Open House will be from 1:00-4:00 p.m. and refreshments will be provided. All of us from the Center for Learning hope to see you there! For more information contact Liz Lahti, lahtil@spu.edu, (206)-281-2475.


Hiring for Tutors
Want to earn a little extra cash? The Center for Learning needs tutors for many different subjects. Students confident in their knowledge of chemistry, biology, math, foreign languages, and any of the UCORE or UFND classes are in high demand, but students in all subject areas are encouraged to apply. The Center for Learning is also looking for a Tutoring Coordinator. This person would work with the head of the tutoring department to organize all the different aspects of the tutoring program. If interested in receiving more details about this job please contact Lori Tongol at (206) 281-2426, or come down to the Center for Learning. Applications are due by Friday, May 14, 2004.


Night of Beats!
MOSAIC welcomes you to its annual Night of Beats on Friday, May 7, at 7:00 p.m. in the gym. This year we are having a hip-hop dance competition with a grand prize of $500 plus some amazing performances. The cost is only $5 for a night of great music & fun, and the profits are going to Club Friday, a Christian outreach organization that mentors youth. For more information, contact Charisse Everet (everec@spu.edu) or Corrie deVry (cdevry@spu.edu).


Summer Worship Trip to England!
This summer (August 20-September 06) we will embark on an exciting journey. We will experience worship in an "ancient" setting--a Celtic monastic community--and a "future" setting--the Greenbelt alternative worship festival. Then we will tour London, talking with church and worship leaders, in addition to visiting museums and cathedrals. If you want to get to the heart of worship, check out this trip. Applications are available now in the OCM office (2nd SUB). HURRY! They are due May 14! For more information please contact Matthew Koenig (mlk@spu.edu; ext 7242).


Help@Home: CIS visits residence halls, apartments
Computer and Information Systems is pleased to announce a trial program called Help@Home! Through Help@Home, CIS will be able to visit residence halls and apartments on a consultation-basis to offer additional support and advice. We're excited to offer this program in an effort to improve technology services used by the SPU student community. We hope this trial will provide the necessary information to demonstrate the importance of a service like this for students on a more frequent, on-going basis. The hours for this service will be Monday through Friday, 1:00-3:00 p.m. and the pilot program will continue for the remaining weeks of this school year. To request a visit, please go to: http://www.spu.edu/cishelpdesk/resNetCon. For more information please contact Reece Carson, reece@spu.edu, (206)-281-2435.


Autumn Quarter Registration
Registration for Autumn Quarter is coming soon! All continuing students have been assigned an appointment time, available by viewing "Check your Registration Information" in the Student Menu of the Banner Information System. Autumn registration for currently admitted undergraduate students begins Wednesday May 12. Autumn registration for graduate students begins Monday May 24. For more information please contact Student Academic Services, (206)-281-2031, sasinfo@spu.edu.


Last Chance to Pick Up Last Quarters Papers
Please come and pick up your papers from winter quarter, in the Humanities Office (second floor of Marston). We will be disposing of them on Friday, May 7. Thank you! For more information please contact Erika Daligcon, dalige@spu.edu, (206)-281-2670.


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INTERNSHIPS, JOBS & CLASSIFIEDS

Opening for 2004 CityQuest Coordinator!
Applications are now available for the 2004 CityQuest Coordinator. If you are interested in coordinating this integral part of SPU's New Student Orientation program, please feel free to view the position details on the Office of Student Employment website. Applications are located in the Office of Campus Ministries (on the door of SUB 202) and due back to Owen Sallee in SUB 225 by May 14. For more information about CityQuest, you may visit http://www.spu.edu/depts/ocm/cityquest/cityquest.asp. For more information contact Owen (owen@spu.edu) or Joana Ewing at (ewingj@spu.edu).


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