Beacon Briefs: The upcoming happenings on campus

Sean Schmoyer, Asst. News Editor

Disclaimer: In the Sept. 17, 2019 issue of The Beacon, published last week, there was a staff error and the graphic on page 13 was rotated before print. The Beacon staff apologizes for the error.

“Wonders of Nature” Continues

The Riverfront Parks Committee continues to present its environmental education program series at the River Common Amphitheatre on Sept. 25 from 6 to 7 p.m.

Wildlife of the Watershed” will be hosted on Sept. 28, and will be held in the Carbon County Environmental Education Center.

Paperwork Due for Fall Bachelor’s Degree Candidates

Completed graduation paperwork (which includes a signed diploma order and a copy of the degree audit) for all fall semester bachelor’s degree candidates is due to the Registrar’s Office by Sept. 27.

If students have not already turned in this paperwork to the Registrar’s Office in Capin Hall, they should make an appointment with their adviser to complete this process. Students should submit their graduation paperwork as soon as possible.

Please note that master’s and doctoral degree students will be sent separate graduation information and paperwork shortly.

LEAP Alternative Break Application

The executive board of the LEAP Alternative Break program has started the application process for intersession (Jan. 4 to 11) and spring (Feb. 29 to March 7) break. For those interested be sure to complete the online application as soon as possible.

The application is the first step in getting into the program. After applications are complete, students will receive an email detailing available times for interviews with members of the LEAP e-board and advisory board.

Students can find the applications in Wilkes Today.