United Tribes NewsSpring Term Underway at United Tribes
3 January 2012
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BISMARCK (UTN) - Spring semester 2012 at United Tribes Technical College got underway January 3 with student orientation. New students gathered in the college's Wellness Center to get set for the start of classes on Thursday, January 5.
Some students had moved into on-campus housing in homes and dormitories as early as December 29. Classes began January 3 at Theodore Jamerson Elementary School, the on-campus school for the youngsters of students attending the college.
Orientation included COMPASS testing for new students, review of the student handbook, campus walking tours, registration with advisers, sessions about financial aid and career success, and talks from college leaders.
Dr. David M. Gipp, United Tribes president, welcomed students and advised them about how to get the most from their college experience. Gipp (Hunkpapa Lakota/Standing Rock) is in his 34th year as leader of the college. Other speakers included the college’s vice presidents and key department personnel.
Student orientation was titled "Elements for Success." It was coordinated by staff members of Enrollment Management and Career Development.
United Tribes News photos DENNIS J. NEUMANN
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