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|All Day Event||UMC Women's Golf at Augustana College Spring Invite|
|08:00 AM||UMC Aviation Club Fly-In, Drive-In Breakfast - open to the public|
|10:00 AM||Pancakes and Ponies - open to the public|
|12:00 PM||UMC Women's Softball at University of Sioux Falls|
|02:00 PM||UMC Women's Softball at University of Sioux Falls|
Congratulations to the following students who were elected to leadership positions in the Crookston Student Association for the 2015-2016 academic year. A special thank you to all those candidates who ran for positions as well as to everyone who voted. The remaining four Senator positions and SSCC Representative will be selected during the first few weeks of fall semester so please consider applying if eligible.
President Tareyn Stomberg
Vice-President Delaney Kohorst
Secretary Cassie Hagg
Senator Bailey Wolf
Senator David Melichar
Senator Joe Fey
Senator Ndidiamaka Kerr
Senator Mitchell Barthel
Treasurer pending appointment
Regent's Representative pending appointment
The fifth annual Pi Run is scheduled for Saturday, April 25. The race will start at Highland Elementary (801 Central Ave N). Check-in and registration begin at 8:30 a.m. The fun run for kids starts at 9:30 a.m., and the 5K/10K starts at 10 a.m.
Entry fees are only $15 for UMC students! Register online at theirrationalrace.com.
The Pi Run is hosted by the University of Minnesota Crookston's First Year Honor Society, Alpha Lambda Delta. Proceeds from this event will support the renovation of the Carnegie Public Library in Crookston.
Why Pi? Pi is the constant that relates a circle's diameter to its circumference. It is more interesting to say you ran 3.14 miles instead of the usual 5K or 3.1 miles and the 10K race is actually 6.28 miles (2 times Pi miles). We also have a Kids Run we call a Slice of Pi.
The upcoming upgrade of the University's core technology systems will affect all students. The way you register for classes, apply for financial aid, pay bills, and more will change when the Upgrade is complete (scheduled April 20). We are all ready to help you through the change.
Prepare for a systems interruption
Many systems you use will be unavailable or view-only April 10-20. See this complete list of what is/is not available during the systems interruption. Key dates and deadlines are available at upgrade.umn.edu/student.
· If you are expecting financial aid that you have not yet received, please contact Financial Aid right away.
· If you will have charges due with the April 4 bill, make a plan for how you will pay it. The online payment system will be unavailable beginning 4:30 p.m. on April 8. We recommend paying online prior to that date.
· Make sure your Parent/Guest Access is set-up the way you want it before 4:30 p.m. on April 8.
Become familiar with the new and upgraded systems
When the Upgrade is complete, the systems you use will be new or upgraded--including a new MyU.
· Take a look at the new MyU. The new MyU is where you will register, view financial aid, pay bills and more.
· Learn how you'll take care of common tasks by checking out these step-by-step instructions.
· If you're a student worker who submits your timesheet on paper, be sure you know how to submit your work hours online. Workstudy students will continue to use paper time sheets through the end of this semester.
Departments are ready for the Upgrade. Staff are prepared to answer any questions you have about the systems interruption or how things will work in the new and upgraded systems. Webpages will be updated with new information. Until then, you can check out upgrade.umn.edu/student for more information and resources.
Take a peek at features in the new MyU for students, including class schedules, grades, billing, and financial aid. The new MyU will be available across the University of Minnesota system at the end of April 2015.