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Course Descriptions

, value, texture, color, space, content, and style. Emphasis on visual problem-solving, the vocabulary of art, and craftsmanship in the use of materials. Computer applications in graphics introduced. (1 ... of the student. Fundamentals of studio lighting, use of medium format camera, film processing and darkroom techniques, experimental techniques, computer imaging applications, and historical context ... Fundamentals of printmaking in the areas of stencils, photo-silkscreening, computer applications, and lithography. Emphasis on fine art production and techniques of each art form. (1) Lecture/Studio: 4

Prospective Students

Information for Prospective Students Admission to Roanoke Roanoke College welcomes applications from students from other countries.  We have a diverse international student body, typically representing about 30 countries each year.   To apply as a degree-seeking student, please follow the instructions in the  admissions information for international students .  There is an online application and you can find information about financial aid and how to acquire the F-1 student visa. For more details, please contact  Elise Bennett . Roanoke College also partners with several

Math Research

be distinguished ("colored"), with applications in scheduling and network analysis. David Taylor : games and gambling. The determination of optimal or near-optimal strategies for various games creates

Spring 2010

Spring 2010 Spring 2010 All sessions will be in Massengill unless otherwise noted. Date & Time Speaker Title Tuesday, Jan. 26, 7:00 p.m. Dr. Rama Balasubramanian, Roanoke College "Nanotechnology: Applications and Opportunities"  Wednesday, February 3, 5:00 p.m. Trexler 372 Katie Quertermous, University of Virginia "How Simple Conditions Lead to Interesting Questions: An Introduction to Linear Operators" Tuesday, February 9, 4:00 p.m. Trexler 372 Judith Canner, North


this program will be reduced to just $400 (an 80% discount). Applications MUST be submitted no later than MAY 15, 2021!  Refer to the program details and applications provided: Summer Experience

Standardized Testing Information

Standardized Testing Information All Graduate and Professional School testing applications are now mostly available only online.  Preparation for Graduate Admissions Exams A Special Opportunity for Roanoke College students only! In cooperation with the Kaplan Center in Blacksburg, Roanoke College offers its students the opportunity to receive grants to pay for a portion of the preparation ... course are also available. WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING GRANT APPLICATIONS FOR 2013-14, AND ESPECIALLY FOR THE EARLY FALL LSAT AND GRE PREP COURSES! For more information, call Ms. McLawhorn at (540

Visa Process

will be mailed to you. Each consulate has its own procedures for processing visa applications. In general, the following will be required: Letter of admission from Roanoke College Form I-20 from Roanoke

Health and Exercise Science

Learning at its Finest Our degree paths have been structured to provide students with introductory and advanced exposure to scientific principles and practical applications in applied exercise

Neuroscience Concentration

) An introductory CHEM or PHYS course: CHEM 111 General Chemistry: Foundations I CHEM 117 General Chemistry: Advanced Principles and Applications I PHYS 102 Introductory Physics for Life


Scholarships Eleanor G. Jones Marion College Scholarship The Eleanor Jones Scholarship shall be used to enhance the experiential learning opportunities of students in the fine arts via research, internships, service-learning, study away, and creative/artistic works. Income from this fund is awarded to students majoring in Fine Arts. Grant amounts vary, but typically range from $300-$600. Grants may be awarded to multiple students based upon quality of projects and applications received. For funding to be awarded, the student must be a declared major. The project must be completed