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UT, AK, ID, OR, NV, MT, WA, Alberta, British Columbia
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New professionals are defined as full-time employees who have been in their positions between one and five years. Some have master’s degrees, others began working straight out of their undergraduate experience. We encourage all new professionals within the region to apply to the 2015 Region IV-W New Professionals Institute!
It’s the last week to nominate someone for a NASPA IV-West Award … get your nomination submitted TODAY!!!
Nominate them TODAY for a NASPA Region V award!
On average, students are now spending about $1,100 on books per year. Sometimes, this cost even competes with the demand for rent or food. Now there’s no disputing that assigned readings are beneficial to the learning process and instrumental in the college experience, but just because textbooks are valued and expected, doesn’t mean that students aren’t weighing the importance of purchasing them. They might be asking themselves, do I really need the latest edition even though the professor is requesting it? Could I share with my roommate who is also taking the class? Could I get away with buying the book in September? I could cover the cost then!