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Monday, May 02, 2005
 Volume # 269,  Issue # 28
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CONTENTS

Scholarship Opportunities
   R.O.T.C. Nursing Scholarship
   Sallie Mae Fund Unmet Need Scholarship
   Washington Financial Aid Association

Community News
   Senator Elections on May 5
   Last Chance to nominate for Leadership Awards!
   CIS Help: Painful Printer Issues

Campus Involvement Opportunities
   See yourself in Senate?

Campus Related Events
   Accounting Banquet

SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

R.O.T.C. Nursing Scholarship
This R.O.T.C Scholarship is available for incoming Freshmen and Transfer students. You must be a full time student, taking ROTC classes as an elective to apply. The scholarship amount varies up to a maximum of $20,000 a year for tuition, additionally, a yearly book allowance of $900. Finally, a monthly stipend starting at $250 your freshman year and increasing yearly to $400 your senior year. This scholarship is based on enrollment and status in the R.O.T.C. program. For more information call the R.O.T.C. Recruiting Office at (206)-543-9010 for more information or visit their website at, http://depts.washington.edu/armyrotc/Scholarship.htm .


Sallie Mae Fund Unmet Need Scholarship
The Sallie Mae Fund helps to provide scholarships to help meet last dollar needs of low-income students. These scholarships are intended to supplement the financial aid package, not replace aid students have been granted from their institution. Eligibility to apply for this scholarship include: being a U.S citizen; have a family adjusted income for the calendar year 2004 of $30,000 or less; demonstrate unmet financial need of at least $1,000 after the financial aid award has been determined; GPA between 2.5 and 3.0; and be a high school senior or graduate planning to enroll or a student already enrolled full-time in undergraduate courses. Applications are located in the SFS office.


Washington Financial Aid Association
The WFAA scholarship is designed to make higher education more accessible to promising students of color. This is a one year scholarship award varying in amounts up to $1,500. Eligibility is based on the following: strong leadership; minimum GPA of 3.0; demonstrated financial need based on 2005-2006 FAFSA; and is enrolled half or part time at a college or university. Applications can be found in the SFS office. Deadline for this scholarship is June 20, 2005.


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COMMUNITY NEWS

Senator Elections on May 5
Senate elections will be held in Banner all day on May 5. Students will be voting for members of the ASSP Student Senate 05-06. DON'T FORGET TO VOTE!!


Last Chance to nominate for Leadership Awards!
Due today! Forms are now available to nominate a student, student group, or staff member to receive recognition for their work on campus during the 2004-05 school year. Categories include Student Scholar of the Year, Student Group of the Year, Student Organization Advisor of the Year, and Student Event of the Year for Service-Oriented Program, Educational, and Entertainment. Awards will be presented at the Leadership Celebration at the end of May. Please take a moment to nominate someone or a group that deserves honor and celebration for their energy and hard work this year. Forms are available on the second floor of the SUB or contact Lynn at lynnva@spu.edu to receive a copy. Nominations must be received by May 2.


CIS Help: Painful Printer Issues
It's 11:00 p.m. on Wednesday, the night before your term paper is due, and your printer is not communicating with your computer. Ah! What should you do?? Don't stress. Try the following: 1.) Is it plugged in? Make sure all cables are popularly plugged in and all devices powered on. 2.) Power cycle your printer and computer. Rebooting your computer and turning your printer on and off could clear up issues. 3.) Read the printer manual for more information. Usually printer manuals have helpful information on how to solve common printer problems. 4.) Search the manufacturer's website. Your problem most likely happened before and a solution should be on the manufacturer's website. 5.) If you still have trouble, sign up for a free Help@Home visit by going to http://www.spu.edu/help-at-home or calling (206)-281-2982.


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CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

See yourself in Senate?
Are you interested in being an ASSP Senator next year? Applications are available for 2005-2006 Senate seats in the ASSP Office; the Senate seats include the following positions: 2 Senators at Large, 2 Campus Housing and Apartment Senators, 3 Commuter Senators, 1 Intercultural Senator and 9 Academic Senators. Applications are due in the ASSP Office no later than 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday April 27. For further information or any questions, please contact ASSP Executive Vice President Jessica Whitehead at !ASSP-ExecVP@spu.edu or (206)-281-2499.


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CAMPUS RELATED EVENTS

Accounting Banquet
What: Accounting Banquet: Where: Salty's On Alki. When: 6:30 p.m. on May 18. Who: Anyone interested in Accounting. Cost: $12. Why: Meet local professionals and talk with alumni. Dinner provided. Invitations will be sent out shortly. RSVP by contacting Phil Bayley at pnp@spu.edu.


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