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Applying for Fall 2023 continues.

 

 

Allen University Landed in the

Top 10 of HBCU Ranking for 2023!

Online Schools Guide has ranked Allen University #8 in the 15 Top HBCU Hidden Gem Colleges for 2023. Not only was Allen ranked in the Top 10, Allen University is the highest ranking HBCU in the State of South Carolina!

 

Online School Guide defines Hidden Gem Colleges as "some of the best smaller colleges and universities offering quality education and online programs. These schools offer various academic degrees, from associate to doctoral degrees, and many extracurricular activities. In addition, they provide a unique educational experience for students, offering a culturally rich environment and a sense of community." As to how the rankings came about, OSG stated, "The editors at Online Schools Guide found smaller HBCU schools with an excellent academic reputation that also offer online degree programs. Then, we ranked the programs based on the cost of attendance and the number of online offerings."

"We are proud of this recognition as it aligns with the vision of the University to be a leading institution of higher education with an established precedence of excellence for both undergraduate and graduate students." - Dr. Ernest C. McNealey, President, Allen University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

Summer Sessions

 Undergraduate Summer Session

Summer Session I

 

March 27-April 3

Monday - Monday

Pre-Registration

May 13

Saturday

Undergraduate General Registration

May 15

Monday

Classes begin

May 15- May 18

Monday-Thursday

Drop/Add

May 19

Friday

Last day to withdraw

June 16

Friday

Classes End

June 15-16

Thursday-Friday

Final Exams

June 19

Monday

Grades submitted by 12 noon

 

 

 

Undergraduate Summer Session

Summer Session II

 

 

March 27-April 3

Monday - Monday

Pre-Registration

June 17

Saturday

Undergraduate General Registration

June 19

Monday

Classes begin

June 19-22

Monday-Thursday

Drop/Add

June 23

Friday

Last day to withdraw

July 4

Tuesday

Independence Day Classes suspended University closed

July 21

Friday

Classes End

July 20-21

Thursday-Friday

Final Exams

July 24

Monday

Grades submitted by 12 noon

 

 

 

Graduate Summer Session

 

March 27-April 3

Monday - Monday

Pre-Registration

May 27

Saturday

Graduate General Registration

May 29

Monday

Memorial Day Holiday

University closed

May 30

Tuesday

Classes begin

May 30-June 2

Tuesday-Friday

Drop/Add

June 9

Friday

Last day to withdraw

June 28

Wednesday

Classes End

June 29-June 30

Thursday-Friday

Final Exams

July 4

Tuesday

Independence Day Classes suspended University closed

July 6

Thursday

Grades submitted by 12 noon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FALL 2023 SEMESTER

 

August 7-8

Monday-Tuesday

Faculty/Staff Planning Institute

August 12

Saturday

Registration for new, transfer, and graduate students

August 12-15

Saturday-Tuesday

Orientation for new students

August 16

Wednesday

Classes and attendance begin for all students

August 17

Thursday

Late registration ($50.00 fee)

August 23

Wednesday

Last day to drop/add

September 4

Monday

Labor Day

Classes Suspended

University closed

September 5

Tuesday

University reopens

Classes resume

September 11

Monday

December graduation applications due

September 12

Tuesday

Fall Convocation

October 9-14

Monday-Saturday

Midterm examinations

October 13

Friday

Last day to submit grade changes for Spring 2024

Last day for removing incomplete “I” grades for Spring 2024

October 17

Tuesday

Midterm grades submitted by 12:00 noon

October 16-23

Monday-Monday

Pre-Registration Spring 2024 & Summer 2024

Academic Awards Ceremony

FAFSA Blitz Week

October 21 & 23-24

Saturday & Monday-Tuesday

Evaluation of Instruction

October 27

Friday

Last day to withdraw from traditional class without GPA penalty

November 2

Thursday

Declare or Change Major Day

November 18-26

Saturday-Sunday

Thanksgiving Holidays Classes suspended

Residence halls close Saturday at 12:00 noon and reopen Sunday at 5:00 pm

November 22

Wednesday

University closes at 5:00pm

November 23-24

Thursday - Friday

Thanksgiving Holiday

University closed

November 27

Monday

Classes resume

University reopens

December 4-9

Monday-Saturday

Final examinations

Residence halls close at 5:00 pm

December 13

Wednesday

Semester Grades submitted by 12:00 pm (noon)

December 15

Friday

Last day for faculty

December 22-25

Friday

Christmas Eve & Day Holiday

University closed

December 26

Tuesday

University reopens

December 29-January 1, 2024

Friday-Monday

New Year’s Eve & Day Holidays

University closed

 

 

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Assignments

High priority

Hello Students

 

Please complete your assignments ASAP. We are in the final week

 

Dr.Bass

Emergency Aid

Title Description

Allen University is proud to announce that we are partnering with ECMC’s Project Success Emergency Aid Program.

The Emergency Aid Program is designed to support students’ persistence toward degree completion by removing unforeseen financial obstacles from their path.  There are no fees charged to the institution for this program.  To complete an application, please use the online portal provided by ECMC which is below.

 

You are not authorized to use this portlet; It is only available to users in certain roles within the portal.
Document Submission
The Office of Financial Aid has implemented a new process for submitting documents.  Going forward, all documents must be uploaded to your Financial Aid Portal under ‘My Documents’.  You may upload a PDF or JPEG file.  If you are having trouble uploading a picture, use the Genius Scan – PDF Scanner App to convert your picture to a PDF.  
 
 
 
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www.scholarships.uncf.org

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NFL Experienceship Opportunities 
 
NFL League Office in New York City, NFL Films in Mt. Laurel, and NFL Media in Inglewood are comprised of various departments segmented by specialty, but all are committed to fulfilling the same mission – that, We are all stewards of football. We unite people and inspire communities in the joy of the game by delivering the world’s most exciting sports and entertainment experience. This unique positioning and intersection of fields in the sports world provide access and opportunity that cannot be received anywhere.

In an effort to leverage our position and to create equitable and accessible opportunities for students who are passionate about a career in sports and want to learn at the Pro Level, we are excited to launch this year’s Experienceship application and have expanded the program to include an array of tangible professional development experiences. Our expectation for Experienceships remains the same – we continue to strive to create professional development opportunities for college participants as they begin their journey into a career in sports and entertainment.

This year, the NFL Experienceship program will provide hands-on opportunities as well as a mentorship program in the following departments: Football Operations, Events, Club Business Development, NFL Media & Business Development, Consumer Products.

Objectives

  • Mentorship: Provide participants with professional development opportunities through mentorship and shadowing opportunities with leaders within their areas of interest with the goal of enhancing their professionalism and network.​
  • Experience: Assist participants in their professional development by providing onsite experiences and through group projects creating the opportunity to strengthen their involvement and understanding of the sports and entertainment industry​.
  • Access: Create an environment that encourages relationship building by initiating and connecting participants with league representatives to build their skillset and increase their access to job opportunities and internships​.

Deadline to apply is Friday, September 23.Click here to apply.

 

Contact NFLHBCUProgramming@NFL.com if you have any questions.

 

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National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC)

Columbia Chapter #113

 

Scholarship Deadline: June 1st (Fall semester)

                                    December 1st (Spring semester)

 

NAWIC’s Scholarship Program is designed to promote interest in the construction industry by assisting S.C. residents to achieve a higher level of education in the industry or a field directly related to it. The scholarship program shall be supported entirely through voluntary contributions and/or funds raised by the members of the Columbia Chapter #113.

 

Copy of scholarship application with pertinent guidelines for completion can be downloaded here: http://nawiccolumbia.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/2018-NAWIC-Scholarship-Appl.pdf

 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

 

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SRNS Internship Program Information
 
Below is information regarding the upcoming summer internship program to share with friends, family or acquaintances who may be interested. The timeline for posting is listed below:
  • Engineering internships for SRNS (November – January)
  • Non-Engineering internships for SRNS (February – April)

The requirements for any future applicants for the SRNS internship program are as follows:

  • Must be a US citizen
  • Must be a “full-time” student (12 credit hours scheduled)
  • Must have completed at least one year of college
  • Must possess a cumulative GPA of at least a 2.5
  • Must upload their most recent transcript for GPA verification
  • Must be able to successfully complete General Employee Training
  • Must be able to successfully complete our background check process

Below is the internship “apply now” weblink:

https://savannahrivernuclearsolutions.com/careers/careers03.htm

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THE NATIONAL BLACK COLLEGE ALUMNI HALL OF FAME FOUNDATION, INC.

The Hall of Fame General Scholarship Application

The Hall of Fame is committed to the educational growth and development of African American undergraduate and graduate students attending institutions of higher learning, with preference given to those attending HBCUs. Through gifts provided by our corporate sponsors, the Hall of Fame is able to provide scholarships to deserving students.

A Hall of Fame Scholarship is available to undergraduate/graduate students who maintain full time status at an accredited HBCU.  Applicants must meet all of the eligibility requirements and deadlines to qualify. Scholarship awards will be applied toward tuition, room, board and books.  Current scholarship recipients must re-apply each year.

 

For more details about the application process, please click the link to access the NBCAHOF website https://nbcahof.org/scholarships/