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Accepted Students

a visa. Read the information on the appropriate embassy's or consulate's website regarding applications, fees, required documentation, and appointments carefully. If you have questions regarding

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Course Descriptions

, and object-oriented approaches. (1 credit) Lecture: 3 hrs/wk. Prerequisite: Computer Science 270. 464 Networks An experiential study of the fundamentals of networking, networked applications

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/math_cs_and_physics/computer_science/courses/course_descriptions

Course Descriptions - Math

Course Descriptions - Math 111 Mathematical Models for the Management Sciences Theory and applications of several mathematical models used in business and social sciences. Topics include matrices ... journals. (1 credit) Lecture: 3 hrs/week Prerequisite: INQ/HNRS 240 121 Calculus I The analysis of limits, derivatives, integrals and their applications for functions of one variable. (Credit ... The analysis of integrals, sequences and series, parametric equations and their applications for functions of one variable. (1 credit) Lecture: 3 hrs/week; Laboratory: 1.5 hrs/week Prerequisite

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RC Kaplan Grant Details

before the start date of the course section in which you would like to be enrolled (see schedules online at www.kaptest.com under the section for the exam of interest to you).  Submit applications to Office of Career Services. A faculty committee for each of the exam areas will review the applications.  Evaluation factors will be largely based on academic fit for the type of graduate program/schools

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/place/students/continuing_education/rc_kaplan_grant_details

Application Tips

Tips on completing applications The psychology department holds a Graduate School Application Workshop each semester. Keep an eye out for flyers indicating when the next one will be scheduled. Below is a collection of documents and websites that can help you put together a top-notch application. Please contact the webmaster if any of these links need updating or if you come across a useful site that would improve this resource. Helpful Documents Reference Letter Checklist Cover Letter Guidelines Tips on Creating an Academic Vita Statement of Purpose Guidelines

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/psychology/graduate_school_and_careers/graduate_school/application_tips

Timeline

. The faculty members may want to discuss your plans with you. 8. Begin writing your personal statements which are required for the applications. Consult Not for Seniors Only! or Getting In for advice ... applications. Mail your applications in time to meet the deadlines. 3. Request that official transcripts be sent to all schools to which you are applying. 4. Check on the status of your letters

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Dr. Carter's Research Lab

strong skills with MS Office/Google Docs, and some familiarity with library resources (e.g., for performing literature searches). All applications will be considered carefully, but here are a few

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/psychology/research_and_internships/undergraduate_research/dr_carters_research_lab

Residence Hall Living Information

Information About Residence Hall Living at Roanoke College Each hall: has either central air or an air conditioner-unit in each room is smoke-free is closed during all College breaks, except for Afton, Elizabeth hall, and Chalmers has free, unlimited Internet access has free laundry machines have formal and informal quiet hours. has housekeeping services that are provided for the buildings' common areas. are staffed by Resident Advisors, (applications for RA positions are available spring semester). has a kitchen Most halls: have vending and snack machines

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Block Housing

different halls who want to live closer together, or other micro-communities students want to create. How do you apply? Applications are available online through a survey link all eligible ... is the member with the highest number of units the entire block will be cancelled and its members will participate in the General Housing Selection process. Important Block Housing information Applications are online, and available through a survey link all eligible students were emailed. Applications are due by Friday, March 18th. Block Housing will take place in the Office of Residence Life from

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Frequently Asked Questions

want to create. How do you apply? Applications are available online through a survey link all eligible students will be emailed. Only one application per group is needed. Where is Block Housing ... members will participate in the General Housing Selection process. Important Block Housing Information Applications are online, and available through a survey link all eligible students were emailed. Applications are due by Friday, March 18. Block Housing will take place in the Residence Life & Housing office from Wednesday, March 30 through Friday, April 1 between 9 am and 4 pm.  Block

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