Osu academic calendar 2015

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Division of Arts and Sciencesangelia-newstrand

Angelia Newstrand, Applied Visual Arts

Angelia was selected for her artistic excellence, hard work and dedication to the arts. As a student at OSU-Cascades, she was always willing to share her knowledge with the rest of the class. If a series of three pieces was assigned she made six; if she did not understand a process she researched it, experimented with the new process and then excelled in it. She is headed off to graduate school at the Art Academy in San Francisco to get a Master of Fine Arts in graphic design.

cassandra Ereman

Cassandra Ereman, Biology

Not only has Cassandra maintained outstanding grades throughout her time at OSU-Cascades, she is the consummate student and strives toward understanding material to its fullest and deepest level. Cassandra is also an excellent peer mentor, always willing to share her knowledge with her fellow students. Based on these attributes, she has been selected to support the general biology courses offered during the 2015 summer term.

Jordan-Walker

Jordon Walker, Liberal Studies

Jordan is smart, skeptical and intellectually curious. He is well-read, conversant with popular culture, and imaginative. He is articulate and an engaging writer. Having Jordan in class is like having an ongoing series of stimulating conversations. Jordan plans to enroll in the Master of Arts in Teaching program in secondary education.

Austin Anderson

Austin Anderson, Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing

Austin's work is concise and intense, raw and lyrical. He is garnering national attention from his work; he recently won a major national award in which his work was chosen from among the best creative writing students in the country and will be published in a top-tier literary magazine.

anne white

Anne White, Social Science

Anne grew up in Colville Washington, a small logging, farming, and ranching community and has always felt a strong connection to the Pacific Northwest. This personal engagement with place led Anne to have an interest in how humans interact with their environments - and how to understand the different ways people make decisions about their lives and the natural environments around them. As a research assistant, Anne coded congressional records for an analysis of discourses on the BP oil spill and the Exxon Valdez oil spill. This work significantly advanced research on U.S. political and public responses to large-scale oil spills.

steven schultz

Steven Schultz, Psychology

Steven was selected for his superior academic achievement, for his devotion and leadership as president of the psychology club, and his support of the mental health of the OSU-Cascades community through his work with the suicide prevention team. After graduating OSU-Cascades, he heads to PSU for a second degree, and then to graduate school in psychology.

Division of Healthy Communities*G. Matthew Sybrant

G. Matthew Sybrant, Business Administration and International Studies

Matt is the first OSU-Cascades business major to also earn an international studies degree. He graduates summa cum laude. Matt plans on attending graduate business school in a few years. He also has aspirations to start and grow a company here in Central Oregon. He enjoys helping the community and wants to provide new jobs with livable wages for Central Oregonians. Finally, he dreams of someday living in a tropical Spanish-speaking country with his family.

jackie enloe eshelman

Jackie Enloe Eshelman, Tourism and Outdoor Leadership

Jackie has one of the highest GPAs of graduating TOL students. In the classroom she strives to, and does excel at everything she does. She is a gifted educator who understands teaching others cannot, is not, and should not be bound by the intellectual narrowness of licenses, certifications, and standardized exams. Jackie completed her internship with the Rimrock Expeditionary Alternative Learning Middle School (REALMS) and did an outstanding job. Jackie would like to earn a doctorate degree in education and curriculum development, and to use her education and skills to teach future teachers.

Division of Human Health and Wellnesserin solomonErin Solomon, Exercise & Sport Science

Erin was a former competitive gymnast and is a mother of two young girls. Following her passion as a gymnast and her love for health and wellness, Erin chose the EXSS degree to help her achieve her goal. While in the program, she was selected to intern at the FORCE Lab and contributed to a research project that will soon be submitted for publication. Erin now works as a community health educator and is in charge of the rural Let’s Get Healthy Campaign, an education and research program from OHSU that travels around the state to help the public learn about their health.

laura manning

Laura Manning, Human Development & Family Sciences 

Laura has a strong entrepreneurial spirit, as evidenced in many of her personal and professional accomplishments. Laura has excelled in the classroom as an invested, committed learner. Additionally, she served as a volunteer research assistant for Dr. Shannon Lipscomb, a paid research assistant for Dr. Michael Giamellaro, and created her own Little Free Library through grant funds. “The things that matter most to me are people. I want to work with people, building meaningful, enduring, compassionate and supportive relationships,” says Laura.

angie wagnerAngie Wagner, Master of Counseling - Clinical Mental Health

What impresses faculty and staff most about Angie is her desire and ability to jump in—whether that be with the OSU-Cascades Counseling Clinic or taking on a leadership position within our state's counseling association. Last year, when the counseling clinic was serving approximately 100 clients between Bend and La Pine, Angie volunteered to coordinate the clinic. She did this with humility, an openness to growth, and a sense of optimism. Angie speaks from her heart and intellect, combining to make her a strong newly-minted practitioner.

sarah woodSarah Wood, Master of Counseling - School Counseling

Sarah goes the extra mile when working with peers during group projects. She creatively finds solutions and has set up various technology driven programs that allow she and her peers to be more efficient and effective in their studies. Sarah took on a leadership role with Cascades Student Advocacy Workgroup. In her work with elementary and middle school students in the schools, she excels in establishing relationships and implementing effective educational interventions. Sarah was hired as an elementary counselor in the Salem Keiser School District starting next fall.

lindsey brown

Lindsey Brown, Master of Arts in Teaching - Early Childhood and Elementary

Lindsey Brown is no stranger to distinguished student recognition, having received the award last year as an undergraduate in human development and family science. In fact, when Lindsay learned of her second nomination she humbly wrote offering to give her nomination back so that someone else could have this honor. Sorry, Lindsey. The faculty believes wholeheartedly that you deserve this award again, having earned it for your keen intellect, professionalism, contributions to the MAT curriculum, and support to your peers.

sean glantz

Sean Glantz, Master of Arts in Teaching - Secondary

Sean Glantz came to the MAT program last year with an impressive resume showing a bachelor's in biology with minors in chemistry, physics, and mathematics. He graduated magna cum laude and went on to put his knowledge to work with the U.S. Forest Service. Sean brings a broad understanding of science content to his teaching and he does so with a deep understanding of his students. He can bring a class of 6th graders to a deep conceptual understanding of celestial motion and a few weeks later he can be leading a group of high school chemistry students through the process of balancing chemical equations in a way that they all feel capable, accomplished and knowledgeable.

Sours: https://osucascades.edu/commencement/distinguished-student-awards/2015-distinguished-student-awards
ACADEMIC YEAR2018-20192019-2020AUTUMN SEMESTERAU18AU19Initial Fee Due DateAug 14

(T)

Aug 13

(T)

Semester and first-session classes beginAug 21

(T)

Aug 20

(T)

Labor Day – no classes, offices closedSept 3

(M)

Sept 2

(M)

Enrollment Census Date (semester, first-session)Sept 4

(T)

Sept 3

(T)

Last day of regularly scheduled first-session classesOct 8

(M)

Oct 7

(M)

Final examinations for first-session classes (given during last class session unless other arrangements are made)Oct 9-10

(T-W)

Oct 8-9

(T-W)

Autumn Break – no classes, offices openOct 11-12

(R-F)

Oct 10-11

(R-F)

Second-session classes beginOct 15

(M)

Oct 14

(M)

Enrollment Census Date (second-session)Oct 29

(M)

Oct 28

(M)

Veterans Day observed – no classes, offices closedNov 12

(M)

Nov 11

(M)

Thanksgiving Break begins – no classes, offices openNov 21

(W)

Nov 27

(W)

Thanksgiving Day – no classes, offices closedNov 22

(R)

Nov 28

(R)

Indigenous Peoples’ Day/Columbus Day observed – no classes, offices closedNov 23

(F)

Nov 29

(F)

Last day of regularly scheduled semester and second-session classesDec 5

(W)

Dec 4

(W)

Final examinations for semester and second-session classesDec 7-13

(F-R)

Dec 6-12

(F-R)

Autumn CommencementDec 16

(N)

Dec 15

(N)

President’s Day Observed – offices closedDec 24

(M)

Dec 24

(T)

Christmas – offices closedDec 25

(T)

Dec 25

(W)

SPRING SEMESTERSP19SP20New Year’s Day – offices closedJan 1

(T)

Jan 1

(W)

Initial Fee Due DateDec 31

(M)

Jan 2

(R)

Semester and first-session classes beginJan 7

(M)

Jan 6

(M)

Martin Luther King Day – no classes, offices closedJan 21

(M)

Jan 20

(M)

Enrollment Census Date (semester, first-session)Jan 21

(M)

Jan 20

(M)

Last day of regularly scheduled first-session classesFeb 22

(F)

Feb 21

(F)

Final examinations for first-session classes (given during last class session unless other arrangements are made)Feb 25-26

(M-T)

Feb 24-25

(M-T)

Second-session classes beginFeb 27

(W)

Feb 26

(W)

Spring BreakMar 11-15

(M-F)

Mar 9-13

(M-F)

Enrollment Census Date (second-session)Mar 13

(W)

Mar 11

(W)

Last day of regularly scheduled semester and second-session classesApr 22

(M)

Apr 20

(M)

Final examinations for semester and second-session classesApr 24-30

(W-T)

Apr 22-28

(W-T)

Spring CommencementMay 5

(N)

May 3

(N)

SUMMER TERMSU19SU20Initial Fee Due DateMay 1

(W)

Apr 29

(W)

Summer Term, 8-week Session 1, 6-week Session 1, 4-week Session 1 classes beginMay 8

(W)

May 6

(W)

Enrollment Census Date (Summer Term, 8-week Session 1, 6-week Session 1, 4-week Session 1)May 22

(W)

May 20

(W)

Memorial Day – no classes, offices closedMay 27

(M)

May 25

(M)

Last day of regularly scheduled 4-week Session 1 classesJun 3

(M)

Jun 1

(M)

8-week Session 2 and 4-week Session 2 classes beginJun 4

(T)

Jun 2

(T)

Last day of regularly scheduled 6-week Session 1 classesJun 17

(M)

Jun 15

(M)

Enrollment Census Date (8-week Session 2, 4-week Session 2)Jun 18

(T)

Jun 16

(T)

6-week Session 2 classes beginJun 18

(T)

Jun 16

(T)

Last day of regularly scheduled 8-week Session 1 and 4-week Session 2 classesJun 28

(F)

Jun 26

(F)

4-week Session 3 classes beginJul 1

(M)

Jun 29

(M)

Enrollment Census Date (6-week Session 2)Jul 2

(T)

Jun 30

(T)

Independence Day – no classes, offices closedJul 4

(R)

Jul 3

(F)

Enrollment Census Date (4-week Session 3)Jul 15

(M)

Jul 13

(M)

Last day of regularly scheduled Summer Term, 8-week Session 2, 6-week Session 2, and 4-week Session 3 classesJul 26

(F)

Jul 24

(F)

Final examinations for Summer Term*Jul 29-31

(M-W)

Jul 27-29

(M-W)

Summer CommencementAug 4

(N)

Aug 2

(N)

Sours: https://inforib.com/osu-academic-calendar/
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Inter-College Partnerships and Articulated Degree Programs

Inter-College Partnerships

Eastern Oregon Collaborative Colleges Council (EOCCC)

BMCC, Treasure Valley Community College (TVCC), and Eastern Oregon University (EOU) have worked together in several academic disciplines to improve articulation opportunities for students, allowing them to share lower division course work among BMCC, TVCC, and EOU; to transfer those credits to EOU; and to complete upper division courses at EOU culminating in a four-year degree. For more information on the co-enrollment process, please go to the Service Center or call 541-278-5759.

Eastern Promise

Creating Early College experiences for students in Eastern Oregon. When students have the opportunity to participate in college-level courses and earn credits or certificates while still in high school, it means real financial savings for families today.

Eastern Promise is a collaboration between Blue Mountain Community College, Eastern Oregon University, Treasure Valley Community College, the InterMountain Education Service District and school districts in Eastern Oregon.

Increasing the number of students who are prepared to attend college directly from high school is the goal of Eastern Promise. Whether you’re a high school student pursuing college credits or an associate’s degree, a teacher or professor looking to connect with other Eastern Promise educators and students, a parent interested in learning how your child can get involved, or a community member curious to find out more, the resources you need are all here.

Oregon State University Dual Admission: Through an agreement with Oregon State University (OSU), BMCC students may be jointly admitted to BMCC and OSU and be eligible to enroll concurrently at both institutions. There is a joint application process for eligible students; the admission deadline is one week before the start of classes of each term based on OSU’s academic calendar. Students enrolled in the program are required, as a condition of admission, to agree that their student records will be shared between and available to each institution. For more information on this program, contact BMCC’s Office of Admissions and Records.

Articulated Degree Programs

BMCC enjoys articulation agreements with a variety of institutions. The following agreements allow you to attain your degree while staying in your local area.

Central Oregon Community College: Pharmacy Technician Program

BMCC has partnered with Central Oregon Community College to offer this three-term program developed to prepare individuals for employment in the pharmacy industry. Pharmacy technicians are skilled workers who are educated and trained to work in a pharmacy and assist in all areas of the pharmacy not requiring the professional judgment of the registered pharmacist. Some current practice areas for the pharmacy technician include retail, hospital, manufacturing, disease state management, and mail order and insurance claim specialists. The pharmacy technician processes prescriptions and medication orders and plays an integral role in maintaining the pharmacy department.

Courses are completed in an online and hybrid format. They focus on the abilities needed to assist the pharmacist and provide the skills necessary to process prescriptions accurately, participate in administration and management of a pharmacy, and maintain inventory. Topics of study include medical terminology, anatomy and functions of the human body, therapeutic classification and drug names, pharmacy procedures, pharmaceutical calculations, pharmacy law and interpersonal communications. Students will have a working knowledge of sterile technique, standards of practice, quality assurance and patient confidentiality. In addition, students will develop and practice communication skills needed to function in a professional setting. In order to gain workplace experience, students will also participate in a hospital and retail pharmacy practicum.

The program will prepare students to take the national certification examination to become a certified pharmacy technician as required by the Oregon Board of Pharmacy and to be employed in a pharmacy setting.

Please contact our program site coordinator, Crystal Patton-Doherty, at 541-278-5876 for more information about this program.

Eastern Oregon University: CUESTE: Teacher Education Program

CUESTE (pronounced “quest) stands for Curriculum of Undergraduate Elementary School Teacher Education and is a collaborative program between BMCC and Eastern Oregon University (EOU)

Students seeking elementary teacher licensure need to complete a major in multidisciplinary studies; a minor in an academic area, endorsement area, or course of study; and a minor in elementary education. When students are within 100 credit hours of finishing the CUESTE program requirements, they may apply to EOU’s CUESTE program. The completion of CUESTE program requirements leads to a bachelor’s degree (science or art) in multidisciplinary studies, a minor in elementary education, and certification in primary (age 4 through grade 4) and elementary (3-8) grades. Through the CUESTE program, BMCC offers the first two years, and an A.A.O.T. degree, and EOU provides the last two years of the elementary education degree at BMCC’s Pendleton campus.

Two full-time EOU education professors are in residence at BMCC’s Pendleton campus to advise students, teach classes, and coordinate EOU and BMCC processes. (Please note: Much of the major course work for secondary teaching certification may be acquired through distance education courses available from EOU and BMCC. However, the secondary education component needs to be completed on EOU’s campus in LaGrande.

Linn-Benton Community College: Diagnostic Imaging Technology (DIT)

BMCC has partnered with Linn-Benton Community College to offer a distance education program for diagnostic imaging. Using a combination of clinical instruction, online courses within the college learning management system, and the synchronous virtual classroom environment, distance education students can receive dynamic instruction to help them achieve their learning goals.

The Diagnostic Imaging Program prepares students through a progressive, outcome-based educational format. Modules of study include radiation protection, radiographic procedures, image production and evaluation, equipment maintenance operation, patient care and management, and clinical radiography.

The purpose of this program is to prepare students to practice as proficient, multi-skilled professionals in culturally diverse health care settings; to demonstrate outcomes required by the American Registry of Radiological Technologists (ARRT) and The American Society of Radiological Technologists (ASRT) Course Curriculum Guide; and to apply for and successfully complete ARRT certification examinations. Upon completion of the program and the general education requirements students will be eligible to apply for an associate of applied science degree through Linn-Benton Community College.

The Diagnostic Imaging Program is highly prescriptive and entails several key elements. Please contact our program site coordinator, Crystal Patton-Doherty, at 541-278-5876 for more information about this program.

Linn-Benton Community College: Occupational Therapy Program

BMCC has partnered with Linn-Benton Community College to offer a two-year associate’s degree program designed to prepare the student to function as an entry-level occupational therapy assistant (OTA).

OTAs work under the supervision of occupational therapists to help clients develop, maintain, and/or regain health and function through the use of purposeful activity. They address physical, mental, and social components of activity as they work with clients to improve the underlying cause of impairment and/or to adapt activities for client success. This program follows a hybrid-delivery model in which the classroom portion is delivered online (to allow participation by students at remote sites) and the laboratory and clinical portions are delivered locally and at partner sites throughout Oregon. Graduates will be eligible and prepared to sit for the national certification examination.

Please contact our program site coordinator, Crystal Patton-Doherty, at 541-278- 5876 for more information about this program.

Wenatchee Valley Community College: Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) Program

BMCC has partnered with Wenatchee Valley College to offer this two-year degree to provide students with the general knowledge and basic skills needed for this allied health profession.

During the preparatory first three quarters of the first year, the typical MLT student takes general education courses and specialized medical laboratory courses designed to provide a solid base for the second year of on-the-job training. Students spend the second year in medical laboratory facilities that have agreed to be training centers, while simultaneously taking theoretical supporting courses.

Please contact our program site coordinator, Crystal Patton-Doherty, at 541-278-5876 for more information about this program.

Other Programs  

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2015 calendar osu academic

Academic Calendar

The Academic Calendar provides key academic dates that help students, faculty and staff stay updated throughout the academic year.


Fall 2021


Note:Review the Short, Internet and Outreach Class Schedules to determine the unique drop/add and refund deadlines for these courses. Additional deadlines apply to graduate students. See the Graduate College Academic Calendar.


August 2-13

Fall pre-session (two weeks)

 

Tuesday, August 10
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for fall pre-session classes

 

Friday, August 13
Late enrollment fee assessed if initial enrollment occurs after this date (details)

 

Monday, August 16
Class work begins

 

Monday, August 23
100% Refund, Nonrestrictive Drop/Add Deadline (details)

 

Friday, August 27
Partial Refund, Restrictive Drop/Add Deadline (details)

 

Monday, September 6
University Holiday

 

Friday, September 10

Excessive absence alerts due from instructors (details)

 

Tuesday, September 21
Instructors may begin submitting six week grades

 

Wednesday, September 29 (noon)
Six week grades due by noon from faculty

 

Tuesday, October 5
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for first eight week classes

 

Monday, November 1
Spring 2022 enrollment begins for priority and graduate students (All enrollment dates)

 

Monday, November 1
Deadline to file graduation application (for name to appear in the fall commencement program)

 

Friday, November 5
W Drop/Withdrawal Deadline (details)

 

Friday, November 19
Assigned W or F Drop/Withdrawal Deadline (details)

 

Monday-Wednesday, November 22-24
Students’ Fall Break (No Classes)

 

Thursday-Friday, November 25-26
University Holiday

 

Monday-Friday, November 29-December 3
Pre-Finals Week

 

Tuesday, November 30
Instructors may begin submitting final grades for all fall classes

 

Friday, December 3
Class work ends

 

Monday-Friday, December 6-10
Finals Week

 

Friday, December 10
Graduate Commencement

 

Saturday, December 11
Undergraduate Commencement

 

Wednesday, December 15 (noon)
Final grades due by noon electronically from faculty

 

Friday, December 17

Final grades for all fall courses available on official transcripts

 

Friday, December 24 - Friday, December 31
University Holiday

 

A University Holiday falls within the semester. If the scheduled classes do not meet, additional class time or assignments may make up the difference.

Sours: https://registrar.okstate.edu/Academic-Calendar
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