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1 student handbook & planner

2 Welcome We are proud to be home to many different types of students day, evening, recent high school graduates, not-so-recent high school graduates and new arrivals to our country. We meet the needs of this diverse group by offering a wide variety of courses, program and degree choices and career assistance services. Most of all, we are glad that you have chosen our college to help you realize your personal, professional and educational goals. Every member of our team administrators, directors, instructors and staff will strive to ensure your success. One of the tools we provide is this student handbook. It is an important resource, so be sure to keep it somewhere handy. Take a few minutes to look though this guide and learn how you can get the most out of your education. A one-stop instruction manual for college life at Globe University/Minnesota School of Business, the handbook covers a range of material including attendance, instructor responsibilities, academic standards and services available. Of course, this publication does not answer all questions. Be sure to utilize the college catalog and ask our staff or faculty members if an issue arises that this handbook does not address. They will promptly get you an answer. We look forward to helping you achieve your educational and career goals.

3 table of contents Calendar 3-16 Daily Planner Student Handbook General Information Access to facilities Academic dishonesty Add/drop period Advanced standing tests Advising Alumni Announcements Attendance Career Services Change of address Children and other visitors Closing Computer software fair use Conduct Copyright and intellectual property Criminal background check Dress code and uniforms Drugs and alcohol Eating and drinking Emergency information Externships/internships Felony disclosure Financial aid Grievance policy Hepatitis information Housing Learning disabilities

4 table of contents Library Lost and found Non-discrimination policy Online education Orientation Parking and transportation Prerequisites Satisfactory academic progress Sexual harassment/sexual violence Smoking Student Common Areas CampusConnect Telephone calls, cell phones and other communication devices Textbooks Tutoring Violence and crime prevention Resources Answers: Where to go Classroom responsibilities Drug and alcohol information and assistance how-to Information about hepatitis A/B/C Policy information Sexual harassment/sexual violence information Violence and crime prevention information Program Appendices International Student Massage Therapy Mental Health Technician Nursing Veterinary Technology

5 calendar

6 July 2014 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Quarter Break (Office Open) Independence Day (College & Office Closed) Quarter Break (Office Open) Summer Quarter 2014 Begins 1st Summer Quarter Bill Due notes 4

7 August 2014 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Registration for Fall Quarter Begins 2nd Summer Quarter Bill Due notes 5

8 September 2014 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Labor Day (College & Office Closed) 3rd Summer Quarter Bill Due Registration for Fall Quarter Ends Summer Quarter 2014 Ends Quarter Break (Office Open) notes 6

9 October 2014 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Quarter Break (Office Open) Fall Quarter 2014 Begins 1st Fall Quarter Bill Due Registration for Winter Quarter Begins 2nd Fall Quarter Bill Due notes 7

10 November 2014 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Daylight Savings Time Ends rd Fall Quarter Bill Due Thanksgiving (College & Office Closed) Thanksgiving (College & Office Closed) notes 8

11 December 2014 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Registration for Winter Quarter Ends Fall Quarter 2014 Ends Quarter Break (Office Open) Christmas Eve (College & Office Closed) Christmas (College & Office Closed) notes 9

12 January 2015 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday New Year s Day (College & Office Closed) Quarter Break (Office Open) Winter Quarter 2015 Begins 1st Winter Quarter Bill Due Martin Luther King Jr. Day (College & Office Closed) Registration for Spring Quarter Begins 2nd Winter Quarter Bill Due notes 10

13 February 2015 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday President s Day (College & Office Closed) rd Winter Quarter Bill Due notes 11

14 March 2015 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Registration for Spring Quarter Ends Winter Quarter 2015 Ends Quarter Break (Office Open) Spring Quarter 2015 Begins 1st Spring Quarter Bill Due notes 12

15 April 2015 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Registration for Spring Quarter Begins 2nd Winter Quarter Bill Due notes 13

16 May 2015 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday rd Spring Quarter Bill Due Memorial Day (College & Office Closed) Registration for Summer Quarter Ends notes 14

17 June 2015 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Spring Quarter 2015 Ends Quarter Break (Office Open) Community Service Day (College & Office Closed) Quarter Break (Office Open) notes 15

18 July 2015 sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday friday saturday Quarter Break (Office Open) Observing Independence Day (College and Office Closed) Independence Day (College and Office Closed) Quarter Break (Office Open) Summer Quarter 2015 Begins notes 16

19 daily planner

20 June July August TO DO MondaY // june 30 Quarter Break (Office Open) TuesdaY // july 1 18

21 July 2014 WednesdaY // july 2 ThursdaY // july 3 FridaY // july 4 Independence Day (College & Office Closed) SaturdaY // july 5 SundaY // july 6 19

22 June July August TO DO MondaY // july 7 TuesdaY // july 8 20

23 July 2014 WednesdaY // july 9 ThursdaY // july 10 FridaY // july 11 Quarter Break Ends (Office Open) SaturdaY // july 12 SundaY // july 13 21

24 June July August TO DO MondaY // july 14 Summer Quarter 2014 Begins // 1st Summer Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // july 15 22

25 July 2014 WednesdaY // july 16 ThursdaY // july 17 FridaY // july 18 SaturdaY // july 19 SundaY // july 20 23

26 June July August TO DO MondaY // july 21 TuesdaY // july 22 24

27 July 2014 WednesdaY // july 23 ThursdaY // july 24 FridaY // july 25 SaturdaY // july 26 SundaY // july 27 25

28 July August September TO DO MondaY // july 28 TuesdaY // july 29 26

29 August 2014 WednesdaY // july 30 ThursdaY // july 31 FridaY // August 1 SaturdaY // August 2 SundaY // August 3 27

30 July August September TO DO MondaY // August 4 Registration for Fall Quarter Begins // 2nd Summer Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // August 5 28

31 August 2014 WednesdaY // August 6 ThursdaY // August 7 FridaY // August 8 SaturdaY // August 9 SundaY // August 10 29

32 July August September TO DO MondaY // August 11 TuesdaY // August 12 30

33 August 2014 WednesdaY // August 13 ThursdaY // August 14 FridaY // August 15 SaturdaY // August 16 SundaY // August 17 31

34 July August September TO DO MondaY // August 18 TuesdaY // August 19 32

35 August 2014 WednesdaY // August 20 ThursdaY // August 21 FridaY // August 22 SaturdaY // August 23 SundaY // August 24 33

36 July August September TO DO MondaY // August 25 TuesdaY // August 26 34

37 August 2014 WednesdaY // August 27 ThursdaY // August 28 FridaY // August 29 SaturdaY // August 30 SundaY // August 31 35

38 August September October TO DO MondaY // September 1 Labor Day (College & Office Closed) // 3rd Summer Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // September 2 36

39 September 2014 WednesdaY // September 3 ThursdaY // September 4 FridaY // September 5 SaturdaY // September 6 SundaY // September 7 37

40 August September October TO DO MondaY // September 8 TuesdaY // September 9 38

41 WednesdaY // September 10 September 2014 ThursdaY // September 11 FridaY // September 12 Registration for Fall Quarter Ends SaturdaY // September 13 SundaY // September 14 39

42 August September October TO DO MondaY // September 15 TuesdaY // September 16 40

43 WednesdaY // September 17 September 2014 ThursdaY // September 18 FridaY // September 19 SaturdaY // September 20 SundaY // September 21 41

44 August September October TO DO MondaY // September 22 TuesdaY // September 23 42

45 WednesdaY // September 24 September 2014 ThursdaY // September 25 FridaY // September 26 Summer Quarter 2014 Ends SaturdaY // September 27 SundaY // September 28 43

46 September October November TO DO MondaY // September 29 Quarter Break Begins (Office Open) TuesdaY // September 30 44

47 October 2014 WednesdaY // October 1 ThursdaY // October 2 FridaY // October 3 Quarter Break Ends (Office Open) SaturdaY // October 4 SundaY // October 5 45

48 September October November TO DO MondaY // October 6 Fall Quarter 2013 Begins // 1st Fall Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // October 7 46

49 October 2014 WednesdaY // October 8 ThursdaY // October 9 FridaY // October 10 SaturdaY // October 11 SundaY // October 12 47

50 September October November TO DO MondaY // October 13 TuesdaY // October 14 48

51 October 2014 WednesdaY // October 15 ThursdaY // October 16 FridaY // October 17 SaturdaY // October 18 SundaY // October 19 49

52 September October November TO DO MondaY // October 20 TuesdaY // October 21 50

53 October 2014 WednesdaY // October 22 ThursdaY // October 23 FridaY // October 24 SaturdaY // October 25 SundaY // October 26 51

54 October November December TO DO MondaY // October 27 Registration for Winter Quarter Begins // 2nd Fall Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // October 28 52

55 November 2014 WednesdaY // October 29 ThursdaY // October 30 FridaY // October 31 SaturdaY // November 1 SundaY // November 2 53

56 October November December TO DO MondaY // November 3 TuesdaY // November 4 54

57 November 2014 WednesdaY // November 5 ThursdaY // November 6 FridaY // November 7 SaturdaY // November 8 SundaY // November 9 55

58 October November December TO DO MondaY // November 10 TuesdaY // November 11 56

59 November 2014 WednesdaY // November 12 ThursdaY // November 13 FridaY // November 14 SaturdaY // November 15 SundaY // November 16 57

60 October November December TO DO MondaY // November 17 TuesdaY // November 18 58

61 November 2014 WednesdaY // November 19 ThursdaY // November 20 FridaY // November 21 SaturdaY // November 22 SundaY // November 23 59

62 October November December TO DO MondaY // November 24 3rd Fall Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // November 25 60

63 November 2014 WednesdaY // November 26 ThursdaY // November 27 Thanksgiving Day (College & Office Closed) FridaY // November 28 Thanksgiving Holiday (College & Office Closed) SaturdaY // November 29 SundaY // November 30 61

64 November December January TO DO MondaY // December 1 TuesdaY // December 2 62

65 December 2014 WednesdaY // December 3 ThursdaY // December 4 FridaY // December 5 Registration for Winter Quarter Ends SaturdaY // December 6 SundaY // December 7 63

66 November December January TO DO MondaY // December 8 TuesdaY // December 9 64

67 December 2014 WednesdaY // December 10 ThursdaY // December 11 FridaY // December 12 SaturdaY // December 13 SundaY // December 14 65

68 November December January TO DO MondaY // December 15 TuesdaY // December 16 66

69 December 2014 WednesdaY // December 17 ThursdaY // December 18 FridaY // December 19 Fall Quarter 2014 Ends SaturdaY // December 20 SundaY // December 21 67

70 November December January TO DO MondaY // December 22 Quarter Break Begins (Office Open) TuesdaY // December 23 68

71 December 2014 WednesdaY // December 24 Christmas Eve (College & Office Closed) ThursdaY // December 25 Christmas Day (College & Office Closed) FridaY // December 26 SaturdaY // December 27 SundaY // December 28 69

72 December January February TO DO MondaY // December 29 TuesdaY // December 30 70

73 January 2015 WednesdaY // December 31 ThursdaY // January 1 New Year s Day (College & Office Closed) FridaY // January 2 Quarter Break Ends (Office Open) SaturdaY // January 3 SundaY // January 4 71

74 December January February TO DO MondaY // January 5 Winter Quarter 2015 Begins // 1st Winter Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // January 6 72

75 January 2015 WednesdaY // January 7 ThursdaY // January 8 FridaY // January 9 SaturdaY // January 10 SundaY // January 11 73

76 December January February TO DO MondaY // January 12 TuesdaY // January 13 74

77 January 2015 WednesdaY // January 14 ThursdaY // January 15 FridaY // January 16 SaturdaY // January 17 SundaY // January 18 75

78 December January February TO DO MondaY // January 19 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (College & Office Closed) TuesdaY // January 20 76

79 January 2015 WednesdaY // January 21 ThursdaY // January 22 FridaY // January 23 SaturdaY // January 24 SundaY // January 25 77

80 January February March TO DO MondaY // January 26 Registration for Spring Quarter Begins // 2nd Winter Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // January 27 78

81 February 2015 WednesdaY // January 28 ThursdaY // January 29 FridaY // January 30 SaturdaY // January 31 SundaY // February 1 79

82 January February March TO DO MondaY // February 2 TuesdaY // February 3 80

83 February 2015 WednesdaY // February 4 ThursdaY // February 5 FridaY // February 6 SaturdaY // February 7 SundaY // February 8 81

84 January February March TO DO MondaY // February 9 TuesdaY // February 10 82

85 February 2015 WednesdaY // February 11 ThursdaY // February 12 FridaY // February 13 SaturdaY // February 14 SundaY // February 15 83

86 January February March TO DO MondaY // February 16 Presidents Day (College & Office Closed) TuesdaY // February 17 84

87 February 2015 WednesdaY // February 18 ThursdaY // February 19 FridaY // February 20 SaturdaY // February 21 SundaY // February 22 85

88 February March April TO DO MondaY // February 23 3rd Winter Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // February 24 86

89 March 2015 WednesdaY // February 25 ThursdaY // February 26 FridaY // February 27 SaturdaY // February 28 SundaY // March 1 87

90 February March April TO DO MondaY // March 2 TuesdaY // March 3 88

91 March 2015 WednesdaY // March 4 ThursdaY // March 5 FridaY // March 6 Registration for Spring Quarter Ends SaturdaY // March 7 SundaY // March 8 89

92 February March April TO DO MondaY // March 9 TuesdaY // March 10 90

93 March 2015 WednesdaY // March 11 ThursdaY // March 12 FridaY // March 13 SaturdaY // March 14 SundaY // March 15 91

94 February March April TO DO MondaY // March 16 TuesdaY // March 17 92

95 March 2015 WednesdaY // March 18 ThursdaY // March 19 FridaY // March 20 Winter Quarter 2015 Ends SaturdaY // March 21 SundaY // March 22 93

96 February March April TO DO MondaY // March 23 Quarter Break Begins (Office Open) TuesdaY // March 24 94

97 March 2015 WednesdaY // March 25 ThursdaY // March 26 FridaY // March 27 Quarter Break Ends (Office Open) SaturdaY // March 28 SundaY // March 29 95

98 March April May TO DO MondaY // March 30 Spring Quarter 2015 Begins // 1st Spring Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // March 31 96

99 April 2015 WednesdaY // April 1 ThursdaY // April 2 FridaY // April 3 SaturdaY // April 4 SundaY // April 5 97

100 March April May TO DO MondaY // April 6 TuesdaY // April 7 98

101 April 2015 WednesdaY // April 8 ThursdaY // April 9 FridaY // April 10 SaturdaY // April 11 SundaY // April 12 99

102 March April May TO DO MondaY // April 13 TuesdaY // April

103 April 2015 WednesdaY // April 15 ThursdaY // April 16 FridaY // April 17 SaturdaY // April 18 SundaY // April

104 March April May TO DO MondaY // April 20 Registration for Summer Quarter Begins // 2nd Spring Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // April

105 April 2015 WednesdaY // April 22 ThursdaY // April 23 FridaY // April 24 SaturdaY // April 25 SundaY // April

106 April May June TO DO MondaY // April 27 TuesdaY // April

107 May 2015 WednesdaY // April 29 ThursdaY // April 30 FridaY // May 1 SaturdaY // May 2 SundaY // May 3 105

108 April May June TO DO MondaY // May 4 TuesdaY // May 5 106

109 May 2015 WednesdaY // May 6 ThursdaY // May 7 FridaY // May 8 SaturdaY // May 9 SundaY // May

110 April May June TO DO MondaY // May 11 TuesdaY // May

111 May 2015 WednesdaY // May 13 ThursdaY // May 14 FridaY // May 15 SaturdaY // May 16 SundaY // May

112 April May June TO DO MondaY // May 18 3rd Spring Quarter Bill Due TuesdaY // May

113 May 2015 WednesdaY // May 20 ThursdaY // May 21 FridaY // May 22 SaturdaY // May 23 SundaY // May

114 April May June TO DO MondaY // May 25 Memorial Day (College & Office Closed) TuesdaY // May

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