Weekly Info

Each week during the school year, Applied Economics Advisor Tjodie Richardson sends out information to the undergraduate students in our department. Here you will find the latest email, along with an archive of earlier emails at the bottom of this page. 
Spring 2024 - Week 3

Students,

Good morning. Hope you had a good weekend. Here are some announcements for this week.

Registration is now complete. The only other deadlines coming up for this term are the last day to withdraw from a class or change to S/U grading.

Last day to change to S/U grading or withdraw from a course:

The deadline is Friday, May 17. You can withdraw online. For this week 3 you can get 50% tuition back. For weeks 4-7 there is no tuition refund. To change to S/U grading please see the link below. You will need to get your form in by Noon on that Friday, May 17.

https://registrar.oregonstate.edu/change-grading-basis

My Degrees:

I have now went through and updated everyone’s My Degrees. Please review and let me know if you see something that I might have missed. Thank you.

Summer Term Registration:

Summer Term registration started today Monday, April 15 at 8am. You don’t need a PIN number. If you have any questions, please let me know.

Graduating Seniors:

See the link below. It will let you know when you should apply for commencement and when the Grad Fair will be. The Grad Fair is this week.

https://commencement.oregonstate.edu/

Agribusiness Management Club Meeting:

This will be April 24th from 4:00-5:00pm in Ballard 219. They are hosting Lisa Charpilloz Hanson. Please see the attached flyer. 

Job/Internship Posting Information:

When conducting your job or internship search it is important to be aware of any possible misrepresentations that may exist.  Therefore, we encourage you to read the following information so that you avoid any unfortunate situations. Oregon State University College of Agricultural Sciences (CAS) makes no representation, warranty or guarantee about the positions listed. CAS does not prescreen employment or internship opportunities that are submitted. By using the resources available, you are assuming full responsibility for your safety, security, wages, working conditions, fraudulent, or other aspects of any off-campus employment/internship opportunities that you discover while using CAS resources.

That is all I have for now.

 

Have a good week.

 

Tjodie

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