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Spring 2011 Deadlines
NEW – COBE Admission Process Beginning Fall 2011
Beginning Fall 2011, students who want to take upper division (300-400 level) courses in Spring 2012 will need to apply for COBE Admission. To apply for COBE admission various criteria will need to have been met. This criteria will include:
- Cumulative GPA (minimum 2.5)
- Completing all “Gateway Courses” with a grade of C- or higher
- NOTE: Meeting the minimum criteria will not guarantee admission.
To find more information about the minimum criteria, application process, and legacy status please visit our new COBE Admission page!
NEW 2010-2011 Business Degree Checklists Available
For new business students, or those looking to update to a more recent catalog year, please check out our downloadable 2010-2011 Business Degree Checklists to help plan and record your academic progress.
Personal Web Page and Social Networking Etiquette Workshop
Those pictures of you with the lampshade on your head and grass skirt definitely don’t belong on your web page! Don’t pull the plug on your career.. Come learn how to present yourself out on the web in a professional manner.
- When: Tuesday, March 16, 2010
- Time: 2:00pm-3:00pm
- Location: ILC 202
Don’t forget to RSVP for this workshop by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 208.426.3859
How to Talk Business – From Strategy to Small Talk
Perfect workshop to attend to prepare yourselves to get the most out of the BSU Career Fair!
Workshop Speaker: Dr. Patrick Delana
When: February 16, 2010
Time: 3:00 – 4:00pm
Where: Interactive Learning Center, Room ILC 313
This workshop will be covering topics regarding successful approaches for networking with a potential employers before, during, and after a career fair or other business event. Dr. Patrick Delana also asks that any student who plans on attending come ready with their own personal “elevator speech”. An elevator speech consists of a 15-30 second introduction describing who you are, what unique qualifications you possess, and your dream job.
Dealing with Test Anxiety
With Finals Week coming up, we are giving some helpful articles on getting through the “dreaded” week.
A hundred cartloads of anxiety will not pay an ounce of debt. -Italian proverb
Before the test:
- Be prepared!
- Learn your material thoroughly.
- Get a good night’s sleep the night before the exam.
- Don’t go to the exam with an empty stomach.
- Fresh fruits and vegetables are often recommended to reduce stress. Stressful foods can include processed foods, artificial sweeteners, carbonated soft drinks, chocolate, eggs, fried foods, junk foods, pork, red meat, sugar, white flour products, chips and similar snack foods, foods containing preservatives or heavy spices.
- Take a small snack, or some other nourishment to help take your mind off of your anxiety. Avoid high sugar content (candy), which may aggravate your condition.
- Allow yourself plenty of time, especially to do things you need to do before the test and still get there a little early.
- Relax just before the exam.
- Don’t try to do a last minute review.
During the test:
- Read the directions carefully.
- Budget your test taking time.
- Change positions to help you relax.
- If you go blank, skip the question and go on.
- If you’re taking an essay test and you go blank on the whole test, pick a question and start writing. It may trigger the answer in your mind.
- Don’t panic when students start handing in their papers. There’s no reward for being the first done.
Fall 2009 Student Spotlight
Congratulations to the following students for being selected for the Fall 2009 Student Spotlight.
Career Confidence Workshop: LOCATION CHANGE – SMITC 209
For all of those planning to attend the FREE Career Confidence Workshop on Oct 20th from 3:330-4:30pm the location of the workshop has changed. Instead of the Multi-purpose Building Rm 208, the event will now be held in the SMITC 209 computer lab.
If you are still interested in attending and have not RSVP please send an email to email@example.com with your name, student ID, and e-mail. The seating is limited to the first 20 students!
Please give us a call at 208-426-3859 or stop by our office (Rm 116 Business Building) if you have any other questions.
New Workshop: Career Confidence!
Like most students, you have probably wondered how some people are lucky enough to know exactly what their career plans are. It’s not luck! Having confidence in your major/career choice comes from understanding a few specific things such as: understanding yourself and understanding how to research potential careers for you. In this workshop you will get real, practical resources you can use to gain confidence in yourself and in your ability to search out careers of interest.
Workshop Title: Career Confidence
Date: Tuesday, October 20th
Location: ROOM CHANGE: SMITC 209
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org