The first opportunity this semester for students to take a CLEP exam in the USSC Testing Center is Thursday, September 11, from 12:30pm to 3:30pm.
For more information and/or to reserve a seat for CLEP testing, please visit www.tiu.edu/CLEPtest.
Friday is Grad Family Night in Hawkins!
A special deal will be offered beginning Friday, September 5th, and then continuing every 2 weeks on the following dates:
October 3rd, 17th, 31st
November 7th, 21st
Cost: 2 adults + 2 kids (ages 3-10 eat for free) would be $22.00 (No tax, no tip, no travel in a convenient, all you can eat, family friendly environment!)
Additional children between the ages of 3-10: $5.50 per person. Children under 3 are free.
Additional Adults $11.00 per person
Regular Nightly Pricing: Adults $11.18 per person, children (ages 3-10) $5.59 per person (children 3 and under free)
Family Night Special Offer* (Increase Your Savings)
Purchase a 10 Block Community Meal Plan
You get 10 adult meals for $87.00, saves you $2.30 per person on your Family Night dinner purchase or $2.48 any dinner meal.
*These can be purchased at the entrance of Hawkins Hall in the Waybright Center. You must have a TIU student ID.
Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter Banquets: Family of 4 regular pricing $33.56
Special for Grad Families: 2 adults and 2 children (3-10) $25.00
Additional Children (3-10) $5.50 pp
Additional Adults $8.70 pp
Join us for Mosaic Gathering on September 10, from 11:00 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. in Melton Hall (Waybright Center), featuring Dr. Peter Cha!
Entrusted with the Gospel, Trinity Mosaic Ministries aim to advance the ministry of reconciliation and renewal by (1) equipping students, (2) Developing and distributing resources, and (3) Creating new collaborations and networks.
In the Mosaic Gathering, we explore the biblical vision of reconciliation through prayer, biblical reflections, cultural and social analysis, and networking with like-minded leaders.
Incoming MDiv students needing to take the PEPQ Assessment can do so Friday, September 5th or 12th.
Location: Rodine 124
Time: 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Registration is required and can be handled via the Counseling Center (x4067).
The Village of Bannockburn invites Trinity students, staff, and faculty to participate in the Battle of Bannockburn Festival on Sunday, September 7, from noon to 4 pm.
This year, the festival celebrates the 700th anniversary of the battle fought in Bannockburn, Scotland, in 1314. In that important battle, Robert the Bruce defeated King Edward II, taking a significant step in gaining the Scots freedom from the English crown.
The festival is held in the Village Open Space at 2245 Telegraph Road. A highlight of the afternoon’s activities will be a battle tournament with medieval re-enactors fighting in traditional armor. Trinity History Professor Steve Fratt, a member of the local SCA barony, will be one of the medieval warriors. There will also be exhibit tents with displays of life in medieval times, including cooking, livestock, storytelling, and music.
The Chicago Highlanders will perform traditional music on bagpipes and drums, and there will be a bonfire to end the afternoon.
Parking at the event is extremely limited, so Trinity will be providing free shuttle rides to and from the event between 11 am and 5 pm, running approximately every 20 minutes. (It takes about 5 minutes to get there.) You can catch the shuttle on campus at either the Trinity commuter parking lot or at the Security Gate.
The last day to add a fall semester class without a fee is Wednesday, September 3. This is also the last day to enroll for the fall semester. This deadline applies to the traditional undergraduate program of Trinity College on the Deerfield campus only.
The September 3 deadline applies to all class adds, including internships, guided studies, and independent studies. If you plan to complete an internship, guided study or independent study during the fall semester but have not yet finalized arrangements by submitting the appropriate paperwork, register using the temporary registration code TR 099 by September 3.
Between September 4 and September 10, there is a final grace period to add or withdraw from classes; students will be assessed a fee for add/drops in this period. After September 10, college students will not be permitted to add a semester-long or Quad A class except under extraordinary circumstances and with a dean’s approval.
September 10 is also the final day for students to withdraw from a class without record. After September 10, a student may still drop a semester class through November 7 (Quad A classes by September 19), but the class will remain in the student’s academic history (transcript), which will list a “W” (withdrawal); a W has no impact on the GPA.
Students should always consult their faculty advisor before adding or dropping a class. Dropping classes may have an impact on financial aid, athletic eligibility, and degree completion, so it is critical that students seek advice first, prior to dropping a class.
If you have questions, consult your faculty advisor or one of the Associate Deans (Drs. Wrobbel & Hedges).
Are you needing to make some money while attending college or graduate school? Do you need a flexible job you can work around your classes? Did you know that Career Development publishes an “On-Call List” each semester that is purchased by local residents looking for quality people to do child-care, house-sitting, pet-sitting, yard work, catering, and/or cleaning? Fill out the On-Call Registration Form by Friday, September 12, 2014 and get your name out to a community that needs your giftedness and service. Email Career Development email@example.com with any questions.