Monday, November 4, 2019

Vol State Events this Week

Nov. 4             Priority Spring Class Registration Opens, sophomores, 8am
Nov. 4             First Generation College Student Week: Well Tables. Get your First-Gen t-shirts and for faculty and staff. “I Pledge to Support First-Gen College Students” pledge cards and buttons available. Gallatin: 9:15-9:45AM and 11:00-11:30AM, SRB 2nd floor hallway. (Refreshments) Highland Crest: 9:15-11:00AM
Nov. 5             Priority Spring Class Registration Opens, freshmen, 8am
Nov. 5             Grow Your Veteran-Owned Business with Google Livestream, workshop, 300 Building, 11am-Noon
Nov. 5             First Generation College Student Week: First-Gen and Information Tables
Get info on services from TRIO, The Access Center, Diversity and Inclusion, and Adult Learners and Veteran Affairs. First-Gen t-shirts and “I Pledge to Support First-Gen College Students” pledge cards and buttons will be available. Gallatin: 9:00-11:00AM, Wood, Mary Cole Nichols Dining Room A. (Refreshments).

Nov. 5             Adult Learners and Veterans Affairs, Information and First-Gen Table for evening students. Gallatin: 4:30-6PM, Mattox Hallway. (Refreshments)

Nov. 6             First Generation College Student Week: Lunch/Learn: What’s Next after Vol State? A discussion of university transfer and workforce decisions. Hosted by Diversity and Inclusion and TRIO. Gallatin: 11:15AM Wood, Mary Cole Nichols Dining Room B. (Lunch)
Highland Crest: 11:15AM Zoom Only, Room 146. (Lunch). Livingston: 11:15-1:00PM Zoom, Room 109, plus First-Gen Table (student lounge area). (Lunch).

Nov. 6             Adult Learners and Veterans Affairs, Information and First-Gen Table for evening students Gallatin: 4:30-6PM, Wallace North Hallway (Refreshments)

Nov. 6             Veterans Day Ceremony, CHEC Cookeville, Terrace, 9:30am
Nov. 7             Story Slam, students tell stories for prizes, Rochelle Center-Thigpen, 11:10am
Nov. 7             First Generation College Student Week: First-Generation Student Celebration. A discussion with first-generation college students, faculty and staff hosted by President Faulkner. Everyone is encouraged to wear their First-Gen t-shirt and/or button. Prize drawings for gear and book scholarships for students.
Gallatin: 12:45PM Mary Cole Nichols Dining Rooms A and B. (Lunch)
Highland Crest: 12:45 Zoom, Room 146, 12:00-3:00PM First-Gen Table (Lunch)
Cookeville: 8:00-3:30PM, First-Gen Table only (Atrium) (Lunch)
Nov. 7             Southeastern Grasslands Initiative, discussion, Rochelle Center-Thigpen, 3pm
Nov. 9             Basketball Home Opener: join the student section, Pickel Field House, 2pm-6pm

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