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November 1, 2015
Week of November 1-7, 2015
This week at a glance….......

Sunday, November 1, 2015 –

Monday, November 2, 2015 –
      10:00 AM – Chapel for ALL students; MLB Auditorium – Dr. Delise Teague
      1:00 PM – Noonday (Student led worship); Broach BSU
      2:30 PM – Prayer Time with Jacob Riley; Broach BSU
      3:00 PM – Nursing Home Visitation with Brandon & Alex Webber; Meet downstairs at BSU
      7:00 PM – Humanities Lecture (Dr. Elizabeth Crews); Garrett Hall Auditorium

Tuesday, November 3, 2015 –
      4:30 PM – Men’s Intramural Table Tennis; Gym Lower Level
      6:00 PM – Intramural Council Meeting; Gym Classroom
      7:00 PM – Prime Time with Tommy Vinson; Broach BSU

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 –
      10:00 AM – Class Meetings

Thursday, November 5, 2015 –
      12:35 PM – Noonday (Student led worship); Broach BSU

Friday, November 6, 2015 –
      10:00 AM – Chapel for ALL students; MLB Auditorium – Founder’s Day Chapel
      12:00 PM – Scholarship Luncheon (Invitation ONLY); Ray Dining Hall
      1:30 PM – CLEP Testing; SUB Testing Center
      7:00 PM – Cliff Duren Concert; MLB Auditorium

Saturday, November 7, 2015 – Topper Fall Festival
      7:30 AM – Topper Fall Festival; BMC Campus
      8:00 AM – Dyslexia Program; Fisher-Washburn Hall 113 & 217
      10:00 AM – Worship Leading Workshop with Cliff Duren; Garrett Hall Auditorium
      12:30 PM – Homecoming Court Presentation; MLB Auditorium

REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2016 SEMESTER

Faculty advisors will be enrolling current Blue Mountain College students in spring 2016 classes as follows:
      Seniors – week of October 19
      Juniors – week of October 26                                                                                                                                  Sophomores - week of November 2

      Freshmen – week of November 9
Students are asked to follow instructions listed below:

1. Each degree-seeking student must meet with his/her advisor to obtain approval of his/her spring 2016 class schedule. Advisors will then enroll the student in his/her spring courses. Non-degree students will enroll in classes through the Office of the Registrar.

2. Each class (seniors, juniors, sophomores, freshmen) will be expected to complete the enrollment process for the spring semester within a week's time. Space is limited in some classes so it is imperative that each class pre-register within the deadline given.

If you have questions concerning the enrollment process, please contact the Office of the Registrar. Registration for the spring semester is not complete until each student has obtained clearance from the Office of Business Affairs. An announcement will be made in the near future when the deadlines are set. (Watch the Blue Mountain College Web Site for specific details concerning registration deadlines.) Students who complete registration after the announced registration period will be assessed a late registration fee.

Note: The spring class schedule should be available by the week of October 19.

WELLNESS CENTER HOURS

      Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday – 5:30 AM to 9:00 PM
      Wednesday – 5:30 AM to 7:00 PM
      Saturday – 7:00 AM to 12:00 PM


BSU ANNOUNCEMENTS

Prime Time with Tommy Vinson-Tuesday, Nov. 3rd
Apply for Summer Missions on missionsnow.net. Local Interviews are November 30th.
Join us for Noonday Monday’s 1-1:25PM and Thursday’s 12:35-1PM
Prayer Time Monday’s at 2:30PM with Jacob Riley at the BSU.
Visit the nursing home with Brandon and Alex Webber Monday’s at 3PM. Meet downstairs at the BSU.
If you are looking for a ministry opportunity, check the BSU job board. We have several new positions posted

MOUNTAIN BREEZE WRITING AND ART CONTEST
DEADLINE NOVEMBER 16


Creative writers, theologians, scholars, and artists of Blue Mountain College, show your stuff! You can be published in The Mountain Breeze and win cash along with prestige, as well as a shot at the Southern Literary Festival contest and even more prizes.

CASH PRIZES OF UP TO $100 FOR WINNERS!
Submit in one or more of the following categories:

      • Stories
      • Poetry
      • One-Act Plays
      • Essays
      • Creative Non-Fiction
      • Devotionals
      • Art

Limit: 2 entries per category per student.

Email writing entries to scribblers@bmc.edu as attachments along with the required form. The form also contains the length limitations and other contest information.

*Art entries should be submitted to Bill Dowdy (Room 36 Admin Building).

Remember - you can’t win if you don’t submit!

BMC AMBASSADORS

Any student interested in becoming a BMC Ambassador, listen up!
BMC Ambassadors are a service organization that provides students with the opportunity to become more involved on campus and represent BMC to prospective students and alumni.

Requirements: Sophomore, Junior, or Senior with at least one semester completed at BMC
                        Time commitment of 3-6 hours a month
                        Love for BMC

If you need more information or would like to take part, please contact Annabeth Barnes at
abarnes@bmc.edu or come by her office in the lower level of the SUB. Thanks!

CHAPEL ABSENCES

Students are allowed six (6) chapel absences each semester. These six allowed absences will not be used in determining the chapel grade. For each chapel absence over the six (6) allowed, the student must make up the absence in order to have the absence cleared. Holds will be placed on the student’s account until the excessive chapel absences are cleared.

Students should complete the requirements for clearing the excessive chapel absence during the semester in which the absence occurs. Satisfactory chapel attendance is a graduation requirement. Diplomas will not be awarded until the chapel absences are cleared.

TEACHING & LEARNING CENTER (TLC) NEW HOURS

Monday - Thursday – 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Friday - 8:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Lowrey Administration Building; Room 25

PARKING TICKETS

All vehicles on campus should have a parking decal affixed to the left rear glass. Tickets will be issued to vehicles without a parking decal and tickets issued for violations will be charged to the students’ accounts. Tickets are $25 for each violation.

Posted by Chapel Announcements on November 1, 2015 at 0:00 AM
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