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Notes from the Nest Live
Notes from the Nest is going LIVE!
We have so much to share with you that we couldn't fit it into a newsletter!
Join us on Zoom on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:00 in July for a variety of live updates on the College, our reopening plans, and so much more!
If you miss a meeting, no worries! Most recordings will be uploaded a few days after the meeting. Just click the meeting title to view!
Click here to join the Zoom meetings!
Our meeting ID is 826 0604 7997, and the password is redhawks
In regards to COVID-19, please note that each meeting's information is the most accurate as of the date recorded. Details may have changed since that date, and students and families are encouraged to regularly check our COVID-19 Alerts page for updates!
New Student and Family Town Hall
President Mark La Branche, Provost Judy Cheatham, Athletic Director Jeff Bain, and V.P. of Student Affairs Daniel McMasters addressed students and their families about the College's fall plans!
MMC Clinic Director Patty Catlin and MMC Counselor Desiree Stone shared about clinical services available on campus. Sarah Catherine Richardson, who oversees Residential Life, gave an overview of housing on campus and provided details on 2020 Move-In Day!
Lydia Ball from our Business Office and Tyler Cox and Emma Hlubb from the Office of Financial Aid answered questions about financial aid and billing.
Dr. Judy Cheatham (Provost), Casey Capps (Director of Academic Advising), and Laura Morefield (Co-Director of First Year Experience) shared about what students can expect academically this semester, including class formats and academic supports! The slide deck from this presentation is available here.
Life as a RedHawk
Our Student Affairs team shared about ways to get involved and things to do on campus, including clubs and organizations, student activities, civic engagement, and spiritual life. Our Director of Safety and Security, Josie Trevarthen, shared about campus safety, and our Athletics team outlined our Champions of Character program for student-athletes in addition to the medical and training support athletes can expect on campus.
July 29, 2020 at 6 p.m.
Families will hear directly from current students about their experience as RedHawks and how their parents assisted them in the transition to college, as well as during their college journey. Families will learn specifics regarding opportunities for involvement, why we encourage students to get engaged, and how student’s experiences outside the classroom contribute to their academic and social success.
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to reach out to Sarah Catherine Richardson, Director of Student Life, at firstname.lastname@example.org!