Archive for August, 2005

Upcoming Events/Important Dates

Gustavus Booth in the Education Building at the Minnesota State Fair — August 27-September 5 Waiver of health insurance premium due — August 31 Fall tuition/fees due — August 31 First-year Student Orientation — September 3-6 Returning Student Move-In — September 5-6 Fall classes begin — September 7 Nobel Conference — September 27 & 28 […]

Carpet in the Residence Halls

ONLY Jute backed carpeting is permitted. No carpet pad or rubber-backed carpet is permitted. Carpet salespeople may claim that a rubber-like backing meets the codes. It probably does meet codes for private homes, but Gustavus must meet more stringent codes set for commercial 24-hour residences. In Southwest Hall, carpet is already in each of the […]

2005-06 Student Parking Permit Information

Students who wish to park a vehicle on campus must obtain a student parking permit by registering their motor vehicle with the Department of Safety & Security. The student parking permit fee for 2005-06 is $100. Online vehicle registration: Online registration is available at Vehicle Registration until August 21st. Students will need their email user […]

Interviewers Wanted

Help current students by signing up to conduct mock interviews! You will be provided with basic questions to ask and then you will offer feedback to the students in preparation for job and graduate school searches. The Career Center will host Mock Interview Night on Thursday, September 29, from 4-8 p.m. at Gustavus. Contact the […]

Gustavus at the Minnesota State Fair

Gustavus will again have a booth at the Minnesota State Fair in the Education Building. The booth will have friendly faces, information, and those popular Gustie Grams. Come visit and take the opportunity to write a note to someone on campus. The Fair runs August 27 — September 5.

Host Student Interns

The Gustavus Internship Program is seeking additional internship opportunities for current students. There is specific need in the areas of language arts, visual arts, geology, and non-profit organizations. Participants may choose fall semester, spring semester, and summer internships, or January Term Career Exploration. This is open to organizations throughout the country. Students appreciate housing and/or […]

Extraordinary People

Gustavus student athletes Pete Schwingler (tennis), Nichole Petersen (track and field), and Kristi Schneider (track and field) were recently selected to receive postgraduate scholarships from the National Collegiate Athletic Association. They are among 58 student athletes that compete in a spring sport in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III to receive a $7,500 postgraduate scholarship. […]

Gustavus eCards

Want to brighten someone’s day? Do it today by sending a Gustavus eCard with a photograph from the Linnaeus Arboretum, Gustavus athletics, the International Photo Contest, or of a Paul Granlund sculpture. Click on Gustavus eCards.

Extraordinary Place

The Gustavus campus is home to more than 30 sculptures by Paul Granlund, sculptor-in-residence at Gustavus from 1971 until his retirement in 1996. Check out the Granlund Site featuring his works installed on the campus.