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January 31, 2003

Nota Bene

Changes Regarding Prescription Medication Effective February 1, the health center will accept payment for all prescription medication by One Card only, and cash and checks will not be accepted for these payments. This change affects the purchase of medication ordered from Louis and Clark Pharmacy and birth control pills ordered through the health center. As of January 1, Louis and Clark Pharmacy began to add an additional charge of $1.30 to all prescription fees that are not paid by Medicaid or Medicare. This increase is the result of changes in Massachusetts law. Medication pick-up times and procedures remain the same (Monday–Friday, 9 am-–4:15 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 2 pm–4:15 pm. Medications will not be dispensed outside of these times unless arrangements have been made through the health services receptionist.


Office of Admission Positions The Office of Admission has several employment positions that are open to current students for the summer and academic year. Positions include student administrative assistant, student admission board, tour guide (summer and academic year), and admission fellow (summer and academic year, rising seniors only). Candidates should have strong presentation, interpersonal, and organizational skills. Applications, which are available in the Office of Admission foyer, are due Monday, February 10. An information session about these positions is set for Tuesday, February 4, at 7 pm in the Betty Shabazz House. Admission office representatives will explain each position in detail, answer questions, and distribute applications. You do not have to attend this information session to be eligible for these positions, but attendance is recommended. The Office of Admission actively seeks women of various ethnic backgrounds, geographic regions, majors/programs, and ideology. For more information, call x2023.


The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award (Seniors May Apply) The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award provides an annual stipend of $10,000 for a graduating college senior to pursue public service anywhere in the world. The award allows recipients to engage in a meaningful public service activity for up to one year before proceeding on to graduate school or a career. All graduating students from accredited colleges are invited to apply by February 14. Applications (accompanied by a proposal, budget, transcript, and three letters of recommendation), must be postmarked by February 14. Applicants will be notified by the end of April if they are to be interviewed or if they did not become semifinalists. The award will be granted soon after the interviews. Applications are available at http://www.compact.org/awards/huntington-award2001.html.


Alumnae Association Fellowships (Seniors May Apply) Each year the Alumnae Association of Mount Holyoke College offers a small number of fellowships to alumnae. Alumnae and graduating seniors may apply. Fellowship applications for 2003 will be accepted until February 14. For general guidelines and the application form, visit http://www.alumnae.mtholyoke.edu/item.cfm?id=29. Several of Mount Holyoke's academic departments also offer fellowships for graduate study. Graduating seniors should inquire with their departments. Deadlines vary.


Notice to Students Interested in Student Teaching in Spring 2004 All students planning to student teach during spring 2004 (early childhood, elementary, middle, or secondary levels) should pick up an application packet from Gayle Higgins at Reese Psychology and Education Building in room 303, if they have not received one in the mail. Completed applications are due to Gayle Higgins by February 15. If you have questions regarding teacher preparation programs, call Gayle Higgins at x2844 Monday through Friday, 1–5 pm; Bev Bell (middle and secondary) at x3300; or Lenore Carlisle (early childhood and elementary) at x2189.

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