The Catholic University of America

Metropolitan School of Professional Studies (MSPS) E-Announcements (Vol. 6, No. 22)

 

In this e-mail you will find: 

(Please scroll down for complete announcements) 

 

1) Academic Calendar and Deadlines for the Spring 2010 Semester

2) Summer 2010 Registration Begins on 3/15/10!

3) Spring 2010 Student Development Series – Free Workshops for MSPS Students!

4) Recognize a Special Staff Member or Fellow Student Who Has Made a Difference.

5) Special Announcement: H1N1 Flu and Seasonal Flu

6) Important Information About Blackboard v. 8

7) Special Announcement for MSPS Students in the Military: MSPS is now a Yellow Ribbon Participant!

8) DMEF’s Interactive Marketing Immersion Experience – Program Information

9) Is CUA Open or Closed? Inclement Weather Info

10) Enrollment Management Student Services Center

11) Get College Credit for What You Already Know! – MSPS Prior Learning Program

12) Join the MSPS Group on “LinkedIn” and Get Connected! Job Opportunities Posted!

13) CUA Writing Center Announcements

14) CUA Center for Academic Success Announcements – Tutoring Services

15) CUA Career Services Announcements – Job Search Crash Course 1/27; Free Practice GREs, LSATs, MCATs and GMATs!

16) Metropolitan Connection (MC) Announcements

17) Cardinal Mail Forwarding Information

18) Have You Been to MSPS’s ONLINE Student Development Resource Center?

19) Academic Announcements – Important Degree Requirement Information

20) Local Career Fairs/Open Houses/Career Opportunities

21) Free Computer Classes at DC’s MLK, Jr. Memorial Library

22) Scholarship Information NEW: Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholarship

23) Federal/State/Local Financial Aid Information – NEW: DC OneApp Info

24) Students Please Use CardinalPay – Paper bills no longer issued

25) Medical Insurance Enrollment and Waiver Information for CUA Students

26) Immunization Records Requirement for Students under the age of 26.

27) Graduation Information/Resources - SENIORS: PLEASE READ
28) CLEP and DSST Test Dates

 

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1) Academic Calendar and Deadlines for Spring 2010 Semester

 

Academic Calendar and Deadlines for Spring 2010 semester as well as the Tuition Refund Policy can be found at: http://metro.cua.edu/courses/

 

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2) Summer 2010 Registration!

Summer Session registration on Cardinal Station begins March 15, 2010, and continues through the third day of each session. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible for all sessions. The summer 2010 schedule of classes is available at: http://summer.cua.edu  - please click on “Course Listings.”

 

Federal Financial Aid for Summer 2010:

Students wishing to apply for Summer 2010 federal financial aid, must complete the 2009-2010 FAFSA and the CUA summer aid application available at: http://financialaid.cua.edu/summer-aid.cfm.

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3) Student Development Series – Free Workshops for MSPS Students!

 

Thursday, February 4, 2010

5:00p.m. – 6:00p.m.,

Pangborn 303

 

Writing Skills Workshop II – Incorporating Research into your Writing

Presenter, Brooks Lampe, Coordinator of the CUA Writing Center

Thursday, February 11, 2010  

5:00pm. – 6:00p.m.,

Pangborn 303  

  

Academic Survival Skills Workshop – Time Management and Note-Taking Tips

Presenters, Tori Rowe & Brian Chappell, CUA Center for Academic Success

Thursday, February 18, 2010   

5:30p.m. -7:30p.m.,

Pryz. Great Rm.  

   

4th Annual Career Services Etiquette Dinner

To register, please contact the Career Services Office at (202) 319-5623

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To register for any of these workshops, please visit: http://metro.cua.edu/register/. If you have questions, please contact Melissa Stevenson at Stevenson@cua.edu.

 

For a full listing of Spring 2010 workshops, please visit: http://metro.cua.edu/metrolink/calendar.cfm

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4) Recognize a Special Staff Member or Fellow Student!

 

Student Leadership Recognition Celebration 2010
The Student Leadership Recognition Celebration identifies members of the CUA community whose service and committed leadership deserve special recognition. The Office of Campus Activities is requesting nominations of students and staff who embody these characteristics. Nominations can be made by visiting http://leadership.cua.edu/slrc and clicking on the Student Leadership Recognition Celebration tab on the left. Nominations must be submitted by Friday, March 12.  For more information, contact Gabby Cugini at 24Cugini@cardinalmail.cua.edu or call 202-319-6003.

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5) Special Announcement: H1N1 Flu and Seasonal Flu

 

For information regarding the H1N1 flu and Seasonal flu as well as information on steps to take if you have flu-like symptoms, please visit the flu information page: http://health.cua.edu/flu.cfm

 

Google now powers a Flu Shot Finder for both H1N1 and Seasonal Flu: http://maps.google.com/maps/mpl?moduleurl=http://maps.google.com/mapfiles/mapplets/flushot/flushot.xml

 

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6) Have questions/concerns about CUA Blackboard system? Please visit: http://computing.cua.edu/blackboard.

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7) Attention Military Members: Yellow Ribbon Information!

The Catholic University of America’s Metropolitan School of Professional Studies (MSPS) is now a Yellow Ribbon Program participant! To learn more about Yellow Ribbon Program benefits, please visit http://www.gibill.va.gov/GI_BILL_Info/CH33/Yellow_ribbon.htm. To learn about GI Bill eligibility in general, please visit http://www.gibill.va.gov/.

 

For more information on MSPS’s programs for active military service members and veterans, please visit http://metro.cua.edu/military/index.cfm.

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8) Interactive Marketing Immersion Experience

The Direct Marketing Educational Foundation’s (DMEF) Interactive Marketing Immersion Xperience, (I-MIX), and the host and principal sponsor, Merkle, offer 30 college students an exceptional opportunity to learn about current and emerging trends in marketing from leading practitioners and academics. This program is designed for juniors and first semester seniors who are considering a career in marketing. During the week-long intensive program, students will be immersed in seminars focused on interactive marketing. Presentations will provide students with a deep understanding of both strategic concepts and practical application. After completing this program, students will have a decided edge in securing a job in this competitive market. Admission to this program is highly selective. The program is open to U.S. citizens, permanent residents and international students. The 2010 program will begin on Monday, August 2nd and end on Friday, August 6th. For more information, please visit: http://www.directworks.org/Students/default.aspx?id=3124. The application deadline is 3/31/10.

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9) Is CUA Open or Closed?
The Office of Public Affairs wishes to remind faculty, staff and students how to find out about the closing or delayed opening of Catholic University because of inclement weather. The quickest ways to find out are to check the CUA Web site at www.cua.edu or to call the university’s main number — 202-319-5000. The information is available through those two sources by 6 a.m. on days when weather conditions are extremely poor. In addition, CUA contacts all local TV outlets and major radio outlets, and they too report the information.

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10) Enrollment Management Student Services Center

CUA Enrollment Management offers the Student Services Center in McMahon Hall 10. The Student Services Center is a ‘one-stop shop’ that will allow students to take care of many of their administrative needs in one place. These include all enrollment and billing-related questions such as:

 

  • General Student Account Information
  • Refunds
  • Third Party Billing
  • CardinalPAY
  • Financial Holds Resolution
  • General Registration Information
  • Transcripts
  • Enrollment Certifications
  • Graduation Information
  • Veterans Benefits

 

Normal business hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

In addition to the Student Services Center, there is a “Self-Service Center” of kiosks outside room 10 that will be available for use even when the Office of Enrollment Services is closed. 

For more information, call 202-319-5300 or e-mail cua-enrollmentservices@cua.edu.

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11) Get College Credit for What You Already Know through the MSPS Prior Learning Assessment Program!

 

The MSPS Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program is a relevant, timely, and pragmatic mechanism for evaluating the college-level learning undergraduate students have gained from professional and other life experiences.

 

The PLA program features a number of different options including standardized tests and a portfolio development course – MID50/MID350 Synthesis, Application, and Integration of Learning. If you are interested in learning more about the program, please visit http://metro.cua.edu/degree/pla or contact Melissa Stevenson at  stevenson@cua.edu.

 

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12) Join the MSPS group on LinkedIn and Get Connected!

 

What is LinkedIn?

LinkedIn is an online network of more than 37 million experienced professionals from around the world.  When you join, you create a profile that summarizes your professional accomplishments. Your profile helps you find and be found by current and former colleagues, clients, and partners. You can add more connections by inviting trusted contacts to join LinkedIn and connect to you.  LinkedIn helps you exchange knowledge, ideas, and employment opportunities with your trusted contacts.

Your network consists of your connections, your connections' connections, and the people they know, linking you to thousands of qualified professionals.

Through your network you can:

  • Find potential clients, service providers, subject experts, and partners who come recommended
  • Be found for business opportunities
  • Search for great jobs
  • Discover inside connections that can help you land jobs and close deals
  • Post and distribute job listings
  • Find high-quality candidates
  • Get introduced to other professionals through the people you know

To learn more about what LinkedIn is, please visit: http://learn.linkedin.com/what-is-linkedin/

 

To join the LinkedIn MSPS group in order to network with alumnae/i, current students, faculty and staff, please visit:  http://www.linkedin.com/groupRegistration?gid=1842843

 

Questions? Please contact Melissa Stevenson at stevenson@cua.edu or 202-319-5264

 

SPECIAL NOTE:

Several job opportunities now posted on LinkedIn!

 

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13) CUA Writing Center Announcements

The Writing Center is now open for Spring 2010!

The WC is pleased to announce that it has increased the number of available sessions. From 1-4pm M-F, two students will be able to schedule appointments and attend sessions. There will be two consultants working at these times, so students will still be able to receive one-on-one assistance with their writing.

Hours:

Monday-Thursday, 10am-8pm

Friday, 10am-5pm

Saturday, 10am-2pm

For more information, please visit: http://english.cua.edu/wc/

 

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14) CUA Center for Academic Success Announcements

 

Purpose: Provide comprehensive learning assistance program to enhance learning potential and promote academic success

Services:

·         Tutoring services. If you feel that you would benefit from one-on-one peer tutoring, please see your faculty member. Your instructor will be able to provide you with additional information on how best to establish tutoring support via the CUA Center for Academic Success.

·         Academic skills assistance in areas such as: Note-taking t Time management t Memory improvement t Textbook reading t Test-taking

 

Workshop presentation slides and handouts for each of the above and more available at http://success.cua.edu/services/

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Pryzbyla Center, Suite 204 t Phone: (202) 319-5655

E-mail: Cua-academicsuccess@cua.edu t Web: http://success.cua.edu

 

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15) CUA Career Services Announcements

 

Need personalized job coaching or help with exploring graduate school options? Visit the CUA Office of Career Services - a wonderful resource to help in all aspects of career planning and career development. Office location: 202 Pryzbyla Center, 202-319-5623, http://careers.cua.edu/. You can also email (careers@cua.edu) or drop-off your resume and receive written comments within 48 business hours.

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Free Practice GREs, LSATs, MCATs and GMATs
The Office of Career Services and Kaplan, Inc. are co-sponsoring free GRE, LSAT, MCAT and GMAT practice tests on Saturday, Feb. 27 at 10 a.m. in the Hannan Hall. Students, alumni, faculty and staff are invited to participate. Pre-registration is required and space is limited. To register, visit http://www.kaptest.com/practice.

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Upcoming Events:

For a complete list of Career Services programs, please visit: http://careers.cua.edu/New/index.cfm.

 

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16) Metropolitan Connection (MC) Announcements - MSPS Student Organization

 

Visit https://cua-mcc.campusgroups.com (www.mymetroconnection.com) for updates. The MC executive board is happy to answer any questions you might have, so please do not hesitate to contact the group via email at cua-mcc@cua.edu.

 

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17) Cardinal Mail

 

Available exclusively for CUA students, Cardinal Mail service greatly expands your mail storage, gives you access to Google Docs, and even helps with your calendar, all in the popular Google Gmail interface.


You can forward Cardinal Mail to the e-mail account of your choice! Instructions follow:

Log in to Cardinal Mail

Go to “Settings” (Top right-hand corner)

Click “Forwarding to POP/IMAP”

Choose the “forward incoming mail to” box and type in your preferred email address

Choose whether you would like to save, delete, or archive the mail in your Cardinal Mail

Scroll to the bottom of the page and Save Changes

 

NOTE: The CUA e-mail account is the university's official means of communication with students, so it is very important that you access it on a regular basis. Essential communications such as balances due are sent to your CUA account – the university no longer provides paper bills (please see info on CardinalPay below). If you need assistance accessing your CUA/Cardinal Mail e-mail account, please contact the Computer Information Center at info-center@cua.edu or (202) 319-4357. 

 

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18) Online Student Development Resource Center

 

The MSPS Online Student Development Resource Center has been enhanced to provide you with better access to information about the services most helpful to you! Please visit the Resource Center at: http://metro.cua.edu/studentservices/index.cfm.

 

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19) The CUA Academic Announcements provide students (graduate and undergraduate) with important information regarding degree requirements and other academic policies. Students are expected to be familiar with this information; you are encouraged to review the announcements:

2009-2010 Undergraduate Announcements: http://announcements.cua.edu/2009-2010/undergraduate/

2009-2010 Graduate Announcements: http://announcements.cua.edu/2009-2010/graduate/

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20) Local Career Fairs/Open Houses/Career Opportunities

 

Department of Employment Services (DOES) - Virtual OneStop Career Center: Are you searching for a new position, brushing up your resume`, or simply exploring career options? Visit the D.C. Department of Employment Services (DOES) - Virtual OneStop Career Center at http://www.dcnetworks.org/, choose the "Job Seekers" link, and gain access to a variety of helpful resources.

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General Listing of federal job fairs (please scroll down the page for entire listing of agencies with upcoming recruiting events). http://www.fedjobs.com/chat/jobfairs.html

 

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Upcoming Events with CUA Career Services: http://careers.cua.edu/new/

 

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State of Maryland, Workforce Exchange Event Calendar – includes job fairs: https://mwe.dllr.state.md.us/Shared/EventsCalendar.asp?menutype(Click on “Events Calendar” Link)

 

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G.I. Jobs – Job Fair Calendar

http://www.gijobs.net/jobfair-calendar.cfm

 

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CareerBuilder Job Fairs: http://www.careerbuilder.com/JobSeeker/CareerFairs/default.aspx

 

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Employment Guide Career Fairs: http://www.employmentguide.com/browse_jobfairs.html

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21) Free Computer Classes at DC’s MLK, Jr. Memorial Library.

For more information, please visit: http://www.dclibrary.org/calendar/2009-11?tid_1=21&term_node_tid_depth=36 or call: (202) 727-0321.

 

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22) Scholarship Information

 

Special Listing of Scholarships for Adult Learners (2010): http://metro.cua.edu/res/docs/admissions/scholarships-for-adult-learners.pdf

 

Looking for scholarship resources or sources of alternative funding? Visit MSPS’s NEW Financial Assistance Resources website http://metro.cua.edu/admissions/fin-assistance.cfm

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You are also encouraged to visit the Greater Washington College Information Center for scholarship search assistance: http://www.collegeinfo.org/home.asp.

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Scholarships for Veterans

http://www.veteransfund.org/veteran_scholarships.php

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2010-2011 Alpha Sigma Lambda Scholarship

The Alpha Sigma Lambda Adult Education Foundation is pleased to announce it will grant a number of scholarships for the 2010-2011 academic year. Scholarships will range from $1200-$1500, and the criteria for applicants follow:

+ Be currently enrolled in a baccalaureate degree program at CUA’s MSPS

+ Have completed at least 30 semester hours at CUA

+ Have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.2/4.0

+ Be 24 years of age or older

+ Demonstrate financial need

+ You DO NOT have to be a member of the local Alpha Sigma Lambda chapter

 

Evaluation of applications will be based on: scholarship, leadership, personal statement, faculty recommendation, and financial need. The application deadline is noon on Friday, April 16, 2010 – complete applications must be submitted to Graziella Pagliarulo McCarron in the MSPS Office. Application materials along with detailed instructions are available in hard copy form in the MSPS Office. Questions? Please contact Graziella Pagliarulo McCarron at Pagliarulo-mccarrouaedu..n@c

 

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23) Federal/State/Local Financial Aid Information

 

Federal Financial Aid for 2010-2011 Continuing Students:

For students continuing in the 2010-2011 academic year, the CUA Office of Financial Aid requires the 2010 -2011 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students can file the FAFSA for the upcoming year after it is available on January 1st.


-- You may submit the application electronically at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  
-- CUA's federal school code number is 001437.

-- Please contact the Office of Financial Aid at 202-319-5307 with any questions or visit the Financial Aid web site at http://financialaid.cua.edu/

 

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Federal Financial Aid for Summer 2010:

Students wishing to apply for Summer 2010 federal financial aid, must complete the 2009-2010 FAFSA and the CUA summer aid application available at: http://financialaid.cua.edu/summer-aid.cfm

 

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Federal Direct Loans:
The Catholic University of America has joined forces with the U.S. Department of Education and will participate in the Federal Direct Loan Program. Starting with the 2009-2010 academic year (fall 2009/spring 2010), Catholic University will be processing all federal loan programs exclusively through the Direct Loan Program. For more information, including students’ next steps, visit http://financialaid.cua.edu or contact the Office of Financial Aid at 202-319-5307 or 888-635-7788.

 

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NOTE: If you have earned enough credits to warrant a grade level change (e.g., freshman to sophomore, sophomore to junior, etc.), you may request an increase in your Stafford loan by completing the form at the following URL:

http://financialaid.cua.edu/res/docs/Federal-Direct-Loan-Stafford-Increase-Request-2010.pdf

 

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The DC OneApp for DC Tag and DC Leap Grants (2010-2011 academic year) is due by June, 30, 2010. The online application is available at: https://hefs.seo.dc.gov/appforms/seo_logon.aspx.

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24) Office of Enrollment Services & CardinalPAY
Students receive notification of their online bill via their official CUA e-mail accounts. Paper bills are not mailed. The e-mail notification directs students to CardinalPAY for bill viewing and payment processing. 
 

For more information about CardinalPAY, visit http://treasurer.cua.edu/controller/sa/CardinalPay, call 202-319-5300, or e-mail cua-enrollmentservices@cua.edu.

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25) Medical Insurance Information for CUA Students

Student Medical Insurance Information
It is the policy of the university that all full-time domestic students and all international students, both full and part time, have medical insurance coverage. Students will automatically be enrolled in the plan offered through the university unless they waive enrollment prior to the appropriate deadline (please see below). 

Students may waive the CUA Student Medical Insurance Plan as long as they have comparable health insurance coverage that provides benefits equal to or better than the university plan.

Part-time domestic students are not required to waive.

To waive enrollment, students must go to www.srstudentcenter.com by the deadline date for each semester. Students should select "find my school" or search by policy number 2009-482-1 to access information for The Catholic University of America. There is no option to submit a paper version of the waiver.

Medical insurance information provided to Student Health Services, Department of Athletics or any other department is not shared and does not constitute a waiver of medical insurance. The student medical plan charge is not refundable or transferable.

Reminders are sent to student CUA e-mail accounts prior to the deadlines so that students can avoid being automatically enrolled. It is the student's responsibility to waive each academic year. Failure to submit an online waiver application will result in default enrollment. 

Waiver deadlines:
New students enrolling for the spring semester: Feb. 15, 2010
New students enrolling for the summer semester: May 31, 2010

For more information, visit http://studentinsurance.cua.edu/.

NOTE: DEFAULT ENROLLMENT

·          Students who do not enroll or waive online will be enrolled by default into the standard policy and their student accounts charged.

·          There are no paper waivers. If you have provided medical insurance information to Student Health Services, Athletics or any other department that information is not shared and does not constitute a waiver of medical insurance. 

·          The student medical plan charge is not refundable or transferable. 

·          Reminders notifications are sent to student CUA mail accounts prior to the deadlines so that students can avoid being automatically enrolled.

·          Students please note -Not checking your CUA account is not a valid excuse for missing deadline information contained therein.

·          It is the student's responsibility to waive each academic year. Failure to submit an online waiver application will result in default enrollment.

*Important Reminder *

·          Your CUA email is the primary source of communication for Aetna and it is where all reminders regarding waive/enrollment deadlines for Student Medical Insurance will be sent.  

·          Please check your SPAM folder as reminders might be sent there by default.

·          Please check your CUA email address regularly to be sure that any required actions can be taken as soon as possible.


  For general inquires, issues and concerns please contact:

The Catholic University Student Medical Insurance Administrator

Ms. Rotan 202 319-6634 

Office hours: Mondays through Wednesdays 9:00 am-3:30 pm  

Summer Hours: June 1st through August 31st

Mondays & Tuesdays 9:00 am-2:30 pm

Location: 251-D Cardinal Hall 

Email CUA-STUDENTMEDINS@CUA.EDU

 

The Student Medical Insurance Manager: 

Ms. Simmons 202 319-6042 Fax 202 319-5639

*Please contact manager for issues that can not be resolved by Aetna Customer Service or the plan administrator.

Manager can be reached 3:00pm-5:00pm Monday-Friday

 

For all Billing Issues please contact:                                                         

CUA Office of Enrollment Services   

Voice:  (202) 319-5300
Toll free: (800) 787-0242
Fax: (202) 319-5831
e-mail:  cua-enrollmentservices@cua.edu

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26) Immunization Records Requirement for Students under the age of 26.

The District of Columbia Immunization Law (§ 38-502) and university policy requires all students that are enrolled in an academic institution and are under the age of 26 years of age (unless the student has a Medical Waiver or Religious Waiver approved by Student Health Services) to provide documentation of immunity to certain preventable diseases.  The Catholic University of America, in accordance with this law, requires that this documentation be submitted by all students under the age of 26 years. Deadlines for submitting this information do apply. For additional information and submission deadline dates, please visit: http://health.cua.edu/immunizations.cfm.

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27) Graduation Information/Resources

 

Attention MSPS students anticipating graduation! Several tasks must be completed before you can graduate. Undergraduates anticipating earning a bachelor’s degree, please visit http://metro.cua.edu/studentservices//Undergrad_Graduation_Prep_Checklist.pdf for the graduation preparation checklist. Graduates anticipating earning a master’s degree, please contact Scott Battle, battles@cua.edu.

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Diploma Application Process:

 

Instructions for Use:

Diploma applications must be completed via Cardinal Station.

 

• Go to: https://cardinalstation.cua.edu

 

• Click the “Cardinal Students” link on the Enterprise Menu

 

• Click the “Graduation” link

 

• Click the “Apply for Graduation” link

You will be presented with your Program/Plan information as recorded in Cardinal Station. If the listing is not correct, please contact the MSPS Office (202-319-5256).

 

• Select your “Expected Graduation Term” from a drop down list containing the next three semesters. Please enter your name as you wish it to appear on the diploma.

 

• Please note: Once the deadline for diploma applications has passed for your expected graduation semester, the semester will no longer be available as a drop down option. For deadline information please refer to the academic calendar at http://enrollmentservices.cua.edu/registration-and-records/academiccalendar.cfm. If you experience difficulty with the diploma application function, please contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 202-319-5300.

 

 

  

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28) CLEP and DSST Exam Dates @ CUA’s MSPS

The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and DSST provide students with the opportunity to demonstrate college-level learning through a program of exams in undergraduate college courses.

 

Test Dates:

CLEP:

Friday, March 5, 2010, 9am – 12pm (please arrive at MSPS by 8:30 am)

DSST:

Friday, March 19, 2010, 9am – 12pm (please arrive at MSPS by 8:30 am)

 

For more information, please visit: http://metro.cua.edu/degree/pla//exams.cfm.  ***Please note that dates and times are subject to change.***
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For additional CUA events and programs, please visit: http://thisweek.cua.edu/ or http://home.cua.edu/

 

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