The Juice (Students) - May 16
Open house for Athletic Department retirees — The Athletic Department will host an open house from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 17, for retirees Mike Testroet, Maintenance staff, and Steve Johnson, head cross country coach and assistant professor of physical education; the event also includes a farewell for Monica Severson, associate director of athletics and head women's golf coach. Join us in The W Hall of Fame Room to wish them well as they begin this new chapter in life.
Incomplete grade information — Students, please remember to complete a Student Request for Incomplete Grade form if you have the consent of your instructor to postpone required course work due to extenuating circumstances. The form is not required for internships, field experiences, or Venture Education course work. This form is available in the “Forms” section on My Wartburg or in the Registrar’s Office (LH 216). Any incomplete grades without a completed Student Request for Incomplete Grade form will be changed to an F at 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 20. Contact the Registrar’s Office for more information regarding the incomplete grade policy.
Final edition of 2015-16 Trumpet — The final edition of this year’s Trumpet will be on newsstands around campus Monday, May 16. The issue includes a copy of Axiom, theTrumpet’s feature magazine that is published twice a year. Thanks to everyone for their readership this school year!
BOR legacy cookbook pre-sale event — Don't miss the opportunity to reserve yourBest of the Knight’s Kitchen cookbooks in this pre-sale event outside The Wartburg Store on Friday, May 20, 1:30-3:30 p.m. We'll also have some tasty treats for sampling. Cookbooks are $20 each, and all proceeds are dedicated to small, unfunded campus projects. Contact Christy Colson with questions.
Baccalaureate service — Baccalaureate is an opportunity for seniors, along with family and friends, to formally give thanks to God for their time at Wartburg College. Baccalaureate will be Sunday, May 22, at 10 a.m. (doors open at 9:15 a.m.) in Neumann Auditorium. The Rev. Brian Beckstrom, campus pastor, will preach. Academic cap and gown are required.
"Cindy Strong" t-shirts available — "Cindy Strong" t-shirts supporting Cindy Carlson, executive assistant to the president, as she battles cancer are on sale in the Business Office for $15. Sizes range from S-XXL. Click here for more information about the Cindy and David Carlson benefit on June 18.
Wartburg West anniversary — For the 30th anniversary celebration of Wartburg West, 25 highly regarded internship supervisors/mentors attended a “thank-you” reception before the Wartburg Choir concert at Saint John’s Cathedral in Denver, Colo., during Tour Week. Click here to see photos from the event.
College calendar — Stay up to date with campus events by following the college's official calendar.
Golden Knight Awards tonight — The Golden Knight Awards will be Monday, May 16, at 7 p.m. in McCaskey Lyceum. Join us to recognize the outstanding accomplishments and achievements of the 2015-16 Wartburg athletic teams.
Ash tree treatment — Wartburg has received information about a local company that can treat ash trees to kill emerald ash borers with an inoculation that lasts three years. We will be treating select trees on campus to save the trees. Holes are drilled into the tree, and the insecticide is drawn into the tree as it transfers moisture from the soil. The insecticide is not harmful to bees. In addition, bees do not feed on ash trees when they flower.
Keep your mailbox for the summer — If you plan to stay in Waverly over the summer and would like to keep your Wartburg mailbox open, please visit the Mail Center and sign up. Otherwise, your mail will get forwarded to your home.
Don’t forget your bicycle — Bicycles may not be left on campus over the summer. Take them with you when you move out of your residence hall. Bicycles left on campus after commencement (May 22) will be considered abandoned and removed from campus.
Change in office hours — The Business and Financial Aid offices will not open until 9:45 a.m. Friday, May 20. Please plan accordingly.
Financial Literacy 101 — Wartburg students have free online access to this course. Follow these steps to log in:
- Click here or access portal from Senior Experience on Pathways page
- Click on “Register,” enter Access Code (WTBGFL) and click “Get Started.”
- Complete registration process, including setting up username (Wartburg email) and password. From that point on, the student can click on “Student Log-in” from the main page to access materials.
- Once registered, from the Home page click on “Courses,” then “Add a Course” and then on either “Financial Literacy Basics” or “Financial Tools for Upperclassmen.”
You can also simply access materials that interest you from the site – videos, worksheets, etc. Contact Kim Folkers at ext. 8424 for more information.