Parking Permits Available Aug. 28
The Department of Public Safety announces that parking permit fees for the 2006-2007 academic year have been established. CUA faculty and staff may purchase parking permits beginning Monday, Aug. 28.
Employees are encouraged to use payroll deduction for vehicle registration; this reduces the cost of administrating the parking program. Part-time benefit-eligible employees who will be employed with the university for a full academic semester may be eligible for payroll deduction; eligibility will be determined at the time of registration. Employees choosing not to utilize payroll deduction or who are not eligible to participate may pay for permits with cash, check or credit card (VISA, MasterCard or Discover).
Faculty and staff wishing to purchase parking permits must appear in person at the Campus Transportation Management Office, located in 121 Leahy Hall, and present a valid CUA ID and vehicle registration. Persons registering vehicles will be issued one hangtag permit. Registrants who use more than one vehicle for commuting purposes must transfer the permit between vehicles. Faculty permits are available to full-time faculty members, as determined by the Office of the Provost. For more information, contact Sharron Faulkner at 202-319-6064.
Nominations Sought for Cardinal Ambassadors
The Office of Enrollment Management invites CUA faculty and staff to nominate undergraduate students to be Cardinal Ambassadors. According to Kristin Lamontagne, assistant director of admissions, Cardinal Ambassadors are campus leaders and have an important role to play. The biggest influence on students' college enrollment decisions is the campus tour. Cardinal Ambassadors assist the admissions office with daily tours and special events.
Faculty and staff members wishing to nominate a student they consider outgoing, personable and energetic should e-mail their nominations to Lamontagne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Water Aerobics and Swim Classes
The Department of Athletics announces it will offer water aerobics and swim classes to interested CUA faculty and staff.
Three eight-week water aerobics classes will be offered: low-impact, mid-impact and high-impact. Each class will meet twice a week, beginning Sept. 11. Cost is $140 per class.
Swim classes will be divided into four levels, based on degree of difficulty. Two sessions will be offered. Session I runs from Sept. 11 to Oct. 5, and Session II runs from Oct. 16 to Nov. 9. Each class meets twice a week and costs $70. Private swim lessons also are available upon request.
Registration for all classes must be made in person on Tuesday, Sept. 5, or Wednesday, Sept. 6, between noon and 4 p.m in the Raymond A. DuFour Center Pool area. Telephone and e-mail requests will not be taken. All classes will begin at or after 4 p.m., last approximately one hour and take place in the DuFour Center Pool. For more information, contact Paul Vanlieshout, director of aquatics, at email@example.com.
Office Furniture/Equipment Available
The Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration, Treasurer, announces that it has a round, pressed-board, wood-finished table, approximately 5 feet in diameter with a hole in its center, available to any CUA department or office. Interested parties should contact Laura Savard at 202-319-5606 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Student Accounts announces it has a Hewlett Packard ink cartridge HP51629A (for use in printer or fax machine) available to any CUA department or office. Interested parties should contact Leah Wolf, director of student accounts, at email@example.com.
No CUA furniture or equipment may be acquired for personal purchase or use.
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