2013‐14 Yearbooks are In
They will be distributed at a table in the Burgoo on the following days and times:
Wednesday 4/24 from 9:00‐11:00am and 1:00‐2:00pm
Friday 4/24 from 9:00‐11:00am and 1:00‐2:00pm
Beginning Monday, April 27 you can pick up your yearbook from the mailroom during regular mailroom hours, Monday‐Friday, 8:00am‐5:00pm.
Note: Yearbooks have no additional fee. They were paid for through the Student Activities Fee.
Questions may be addressed by Sarah Larson, 13‐14 Yearbook Editor
Leadership & Employment Opportunity
All returning students are invited to consider the valuable benefits of serving in an Editor Role for one of the College’s three completely student-ran publications.
Organizational Leadership Dine & Discuss Sessions
All are welcome to join us for Leadership Dine & Discuss sessions on:
Wednesday, April 1, 5 ‐ 6pm, Owen Conference Room, Commons Speaker: Dr. Ann Fulop, Psychology Faculty Member ‐ She will be facilitating a discussion on end of the year reflection and organizational purpose and goal setting.
Thursday, April 23, 5:30 ‐ 6:30pm, Owen Conference Room, Commons Speaker: Brittany Martin, Coordinator of Student Engagement/Assistant Director of Residence Life ‐ She will be sharing tips and suggestions on organizational success including running an effective meeting, creating agendas, and delegation.
Those who attend will have a chance to win a $25 bookstore gift certificate at each session.
Student Senate ‐ Election Results
Please join me in congratulating our new Student Senate members!
All members and their positions are listed below.
- Claire Cooley: Student Body Vice President
- Austin Bristow II: Sophomore Class President
- Bobby Mathius: Sophomore Class Vice President
- Aaron Meyer: Junior Class President
- Nadia Churchill-Gilstrap: Senior Class Vice President
Run-off elections for the positions of Junior Class Vice President and Senior Class President will be held Monday, April 20th.
Also, elections for senators-at-large will be held on Wednesday, April 22nd. Please vote!
Congratulations to all of Eureka College Student Senate’s new members!
- Hannah Brocksmith, Current Student Senate Vice-President
Student job postings
Interested in a job this Summer and Fall?
Summer Housing Available
Summer housing is offered to any current Eureka College student. Summer housing rates differ based on which building you stay in and your reason for staying. Housing will be available in Gunz Hall. Founders Court will be used for overflow, if needed.
Nominations requested: Helen Cleaver
I write to invite you to nominate faculty members who you think should be considered for the Helen Cleaver Award this year.
The nominations should include your reasons for nominating the individual—see the attached documents for more information on the criteria and selection process, and past winners.
Please send nominations to email@example.com.
SonisWeb – Problems logging into your account
If you are unable to log into your SonisWeb account you will need to clear your Browser’s Cache.
Please remember that SonisWeb is designed for use in Firefox or Internet Explorer. Logging in from other browsers e.g. Chrome or your phone may not work as expected on all pages.
2014 IRS 1098-T tax forms
2014 IRS 1098-T tax forms are now available via the SONISWEB student portal. Please log into SONISWEB and click the 1098-T link at the top of the page. You can open the 1098T tax form as a PDF document and then save or print it for your records. This is an important tax document that contains your tuition-related expenses in the 2014 calendar year.
If you do not remember your ID and/or PIN, you may request them online by clicking the appropriate link on the login page. (You will need an active EC e-mail account to receive the login info.) If you have any issues with your SONISWEB web portal, please contact IT Services at 6467 or by e-mail.
Printed IRS 1098-T forms will not be mailed. If you cannot save or print your own IRS 1098-T form for some reason or you have any other questions, please contact Tammy Crothers in the Business Office.
Common Read 2015-2016 Book Nomination Form
The Eureka College Common Read Program is based upon the assumption that all members of the Eureka College Community are part of the teaching/learning community. To this end, the FYE Program invites all members of the EC community to connect with each other through contemplation, conversation and community activities.
Want to relax, be productive and get to know your coworkers during the lunch hour? There will be a yarn hour in the Gammon Room on Fridays from noon to 1:00. Please bring your lunch, relax, and work on a project. All faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend!
Books may be purchased and held for pick up on the EC Bookstore website. We were experiencing some problems earlier, but now seem to be solved. Check us out and compare prices. Alternatively, you may also try our rental affiliate, Skyo.
Meal Plan Balance and change in Commons dinner hours
Check your meal plan balance. It is very easy to do:
Log on to eureka.campuscardcenter.com and register. Its as simple as that! You can see the daily log of when and where you have used meals and flex spending, plus the remaining balances on the account.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Kathy Moore.