During the break the IP office is open for regular hours (M-F 9am-12pm and 1pm-5pm)
12/19 Advising will be in the STA building (look for the sign on the IP office door)
12/24 Campus closes at noon for Christmas Eve
12/25 Campus is closed for Christmas Day
12/31 Campus closes at noon for New Year's Eve
1/1 Campus is closed for New Year's Day
Note: Winter 09 New Student Orientation is scheduled from 12/29 through 12/31. No advisors will be available to see current students during that time. Advisors will be available to see current students after orientation on Friday 1/2/09.
Check your I-20 Expiration Date!
You must always have a valid I-20. If your I-20 is about to expire then you must apply for a new one before it expires. Bring your I-20 to the IP office IMMEDIATELY and we can help you. You can see if your I-20 expiration date by reading #5 on the first page.
Traveling outside the US?
You must get a signature on your I-20 before you leave! If you have had your I-20 signed within six months of your return date you do not need another signature. Also, we recommend that you print out your class schedule for winter quarter and carry it with your documents. If you are questioned upon re-entry to the US it is handy to have that.
Campus Safety Ride -Schedule Change-
Campus Safety ride is no longer available by phone. As of Dec 12th Campus Safety vans will run from CCA on the half hour from 5:00 pm until 10:30 pm Sunday-Thursday, and from 5:00 pm until 1:30 am on Friday and Saturdays nights. The van route will be as follows: CCA-Seasons-Pasa Fino-Amberview-Library. You may flag a ride if you see the van coming along it's regular route.
Newly Open: Physics 202 class!
This is offered on Tues and Thursday evening from 6:30-9:30pm with Muihead. The prerequisite is a 2.0 or higher grade in Phys 201 and Math 124;and at least concurrent enrollment in Math 125. The item number is 7535
Planning to transfer to UW?
Check out http://www.transfernews.washington.edu/
Scholarships for Univ of Oregon!
The Office of International Affairs at the University of Oregon would like to announce their scholarships for international students for the 2009-2010 academic year. New and transfer students are eligible to apply.
See details on Univ of Oregon's website http://www.uoregon.edu/
Math Learning Center
The Writing Center
Tutoring and Resource Center
Contact Information IP Telephone 253-288-3300
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