Students must complete the graduation application online through the Student Information System. Find out more here.
Do you want to show a full-time faculty member that you appreciate their efforts to help make Reynolds a better place to learn and work? Nominate them as a Faculty Star! Complete the Faculty Star Award Program Nomination Form found at http://www.reynolds.edu/go/facultystar. Any student, faculty member, staff, or member of the community can nominate a faculty star. Awards are presented monthly.
The Office of Student Affairs is accepting applications for Peer Academic Leaders (PALS) and Student Ambassadors for one-year positions starting this summer. PALS help students apply to the College and register for classes. Student Ambassadors help new students at SOAR (New Student Orientation) sessions, lead campus tours and assist with College events. A cumulative GPA of 2.5 is needed. For an application contact Dr. Kristine Dahm at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are due by March 6 at 5 p.m.
Join Phi Theta Kappa's Spring 2015 Scholarship Workshops as we discuss resources and opportunities for students to fund the cost of attending college. Learn the do's and don'ts of applying for scholarships; including valuable information on obtaining grants and loans, the impact of satisfactory academic progress and financial aid and more.
PRC, Georgiadis Hall, the Gallery
February 6, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Freedom Fridays is a 3 part series to educate students, faculty and staff about African-American history right in our own backyards. Maggie Walker devoted her life to civil rights advancement, economic empowerment, and educational opportunities for Jim Crow-era African-Americans and women. Don't miss this opportunity to tour her home and learn more about her efforts, life and legacy. Transportation will be provided from the Downtown Campus. Register here.See More Events
“Every Day is Community College Day” is in full-swing at the General Assembly. Students from the nearly two dozen community colleges scattered around Virginia descend on the state capital two and sometimes three days a week to get acquainted with the legislative process and share their personal experiences with lawmakers who represent their colleges’ voting districts.See Media Center