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No classes -Thursday, April 17 through Monday, April 21. Classes will resume on Tuesday, April 22.
Mount Marty Watertown Celebrates Grand Opening
This past week was very exciting for the Students, Staff, and Faculty of Mount Marty Watertown. On Tuesday, April 8, the official Ribbon Cutting ceremony hosted by the Chamber of Commerce recognized our new location as being officially the new home of MMC. You may have noticed our picture and the write up on the front page of Wednesday's Public Opinion. During the ceremony, President Dr. Joseph Benoit gave opening remarks marking the occasion. Also participating in the ceremony were Pat Weiseler and Gerry Likness, Board of Trustee Members from Watertown, Kyle Falk representing the student body, and Fr. Mike Wensing from Holy Name Parish who formally blessed the facility. Throughout the day, people stopped by to take a tour of the building and in the evening we celebrated the day with Music and Mocha featuring the Jazz Band and Choral groups from the Yankton campus. The entire day was one big celebration. A big thank you goes out to the staff, especially Stephanie Fischer, Cassi Johnson, Carole Lantgen, Sara Pierson, James Simmons and Wyatt Yager, for all of their hard work in making the day such a success. Also thank you to all who attended and participated in the event. This is just the beginning!
One The Road
Stephanie will be at a Career Fair in Agency Village at the Sisseton Wahpeton College on Monday, April 14. If you have friends and family in the area, encourage them to stop by the Mount Marty table for information about how they can enroll!
Freshman and Senior Satisfaction Surveys
If you are a freshman or senior you are being asked to complete satisfaction surveys. Carole has prepared and distributed instructions to faculty to administer these surveys to students in your classes who are classified as either freshman or seniors. Note to Faculty-You will find instructions along with enough copies of the survey in your file next to Carole's desk this week. Please take a few minutes during your class to allow the indicated students to complete these forms and return them to Carole.
Course Evaluations will be available online for student comments - April 22 through May 1. Faculty, please encourage your students to complete these evaluations for all their courses.
Save the Date
Students and faculty, join us for Bratfest and Senior Sendoff on Friday, May 2 from 5pm-7pm at the Watertown location. There will be live music and games for children and "kids" of all ages. Graduates and Alumni will also have the opportunity to sign the Watertown Alumni Wall! To help with food, please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Office of Advancement at 605-668-1542.
New Summer Psychology Classes
Two new psychology classes are offered online this summer. Both classes count as psychology elective. For more information contact Alan Ferris Sport Psychology. This is an introductory survey sport psychology. Topics covered include the impact of motivation, attention, and emotion on athletic performance. Also covered is the social psychology of sport and exercise. This course is recommended for athletes, coaches, parents of athletes and people who want to better understand the role of psychology in sport. Health Psychology. This is an introductory survey of health psychology. The role of stress, pain, and coping in health will be examined, as well as their impact on chronic disease. Seeking and receiving help and adhering to healthy behavior are also examined. This class is recommended for individuals involved in health care, and those wanting to better understand the relationship between psychology and physical health.
2014-2015 Academic Scholarship Application, Watertown Site - Applicants must be a degree-seeking student at Mount Marty College maintaining a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and must have completed a minimum of 32 credits. The scholarship applicants must also be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours in both the fall and spring semesters of the 2014-2015 academic year to be considered for this award.
To apply, complete an application form (available in the College Office).
Deadline is Monday, June 2.
Students who are interested in using financial aid for the summer term need to complete a Financial Aid Request Form (green). Forms are available by Carole's desk. Completing the form does not guarantee that you will receive aid. If you have questions regarding your financial aid, please contact Bob Prouty at 605.668.1590.
Job Postings, Internships, and Career Information
If you are looking for an internship, a job or information on how to prepare a resume, follow the links on the website to Career Placement (Student Life to Career Placement) for information. Estelle Johnson will be happy to assist you with information or websites that will be very helpful. Check it out!