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Friday, January 16, 2004
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  • Summer 2004 Study Abroad Programs are now enrolling. To enroll, come by Sadler Hall, Room 16, to pick up a permit number and pay a $500 deposit by Feb. 27. Financial Aid applications are due Jan. 26. Contact for more information.

  • The Center for Writing is located on the top floor of the Rickel Academic Wing of the University Recreation Center, across from Moncrief Hall. Students who want to discuss some of their writing can stop by the Center for Writing or call (817) 257-7221 for an appointment.

  • Norton Anti-Virus software is now available to all TCU students. Students connecting to Resnet in the residence halls will be required to install and run this anti-virus package to ensure the stability and high performance you have come to expect from Resnet.

  • Frog Freeze Fest will be presented by Programming Council Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 5 p.m. The Frog Fountain lawn will be covered with real, imported snow. There will be a snowman building contest with prizes from Best Buy and Starbucks. Wax Hands, Funny Fotos and Totally Tattoos will be offered inside the Student Center.

  • May 2004 Degree Candidates should file their Intent to Graduate forms promptly in the office of their academic dean. Each academic dean’s office has a deadline for filing and requires time to process the intent. All names of degree candidates must be submitted to the Registrar by Feb. 9, 2004. Information concerning important dates and time changes for graduation can be found on the Web page — go to Registrar under the Common Resources — then to Graduation. You will order your cap, gown and diploma from the Web. You will be denied access into the site until the Registrar’s Office has received your degree plan from your dean’s office. If you are denied access, please check with your dean’s office to see that they have you listed as a degree candidate for May 2004.

  • T’ai Chi at Noon is offered through Extended Education this spring semester. Class will run Wednesdays, Feb. 4 - March 31 from noon to 1 p.m. This class is only open to TCU faculty, staff and students. Call Extended Education at (817) 257-7132 for more information.

  • Tae Kwon Do Club is looking for participants. No experience is needed. E-mail Sarah at for more information.
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