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STUDENT SERVICE AND REFERRAL CENTER 107 Moulton Hall, (309) 438-2188 The Student Service and Referral Center (SSRC) is the primary public service area of the Office of the University Registrar, providing assis- tance to students registering for courses, applying for graduation, requesting transcripts and other selected services. Referrals are made to other offices as appropriate. Client service hours and additional information may be found by visiting the Web site at . Extended Learning At Illinois State University, there are courses and programs that a student can complete without physically coming to the Normal campus. These courses are offered in various formats: Extension: Extension courses are typically taught in traditional formats by Illinois State fac- ulty members at approved off-campus sites throughout the state. Internet: Internet courses make use of Illinois State’s connection to the world wide web and other electronic resources. These courses may utilize on-line materials, courseware, and discussion groups, and may be delivered in an asynchronous mode. Contract: Contract educational services, pro- grams and courses are delivered through mutual contract to an off-campus site for a specific cohort or business entity. For courses offered by Illinois State University, no differentiation is made between credits earned on-campus, off-campus, or by alter- nate delivery methods such as the Internet. For further information contact the Office of Extended University at (309) 438-5288 or view the Web site at . Special Academic Opportunities HONORS PROGRAM The University’s Honors Program described earlier in this catalog, offers academically talented students enriched educational opportunities. Honors students benefit from close personal advise- ment with skilled Honors advisors, from special, small classes taught by the University’s outstanding professors, from opportunities for cooperative research with advanced scholars, from service learning opportunities, and from individually designed programs and independent study opportu- nities. Honors students also have special residential options and are eligible for special scholarships, awards and recognition. ACADEMIC HONORS Dean’s Lists: Undergraduates who meet high academic standards, as established by the college of their major, are included in a Dean’s List issued each semester. Eligible students must complete 12 or more graded hours during the semester. Courses completed after the official end of the semester and courses taken with a CT/NC option will not be counted for this purpose. The Dean’s List for the Colleges of Applied Science and Technology, Arts and Sciences, Education, Fine Arts, and Mennonite College of Nursing will include those students whose grade point averages place them among the top ten per- cent of those students majoring within the college based on their semester GPA. The Dean’s List in the College of Business will include only under- graduate students majoring in business who have
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  • Fall '15
  • TrevorBelcher
  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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