M orehouse C ollege P arents C ouncil (MCPC) Spring 2012
2011-2012 MOREHOUSE COLLEGE FOUNDER’S DAY 2011-2012
MCPC OFFICERS MCPC OFFICERS
& PARENT‘S WEEKEND 2012
Chairs Region IV Representative
Mr. Phillip Willis, Jr. & Greetings Parents & Guardians, (PA, DE, MD, DC,
Dr. Darlene Willis VA, WVA, Bermuda)
firstname.lastname@example.org The Morehouse College family is proud to invite you to attend the Ms. Joanne Hill
25th Annual Parents Weekend, February 9 - 12, 2012. President
Franklin’s vision is for each student to evolve into Renaissance
Men with a social conscience and a global perspective to uplift and
Vice-Chair to serve. To achieve this goal, it takes the wisdom and support of Region V Representative
Mrs. Rhonda Jordan-Thomas all our constituencies. We sincerely appreciate your support of the (IL, IN, KY, MI, OH)
College and look forward to your presence and feedback on how
email@example.com Dr. Lewis Hargett &
the College is doing as we continue to forge ahead.
Dr. Avadawn Hargett
Secretary/Communications Whether this is your first Parents Weekend or you are returning, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. A.J. Brickler & you will find interesting educational programs and numerous email@example.com
opportunities to join in celebrating Morehouse College’s 145th
Mrs. Mildred Brickler
Founder’s Day. Of special note, the Morehouse College Parents
firstname.lastname@example.org Council will feature an “Old School Party” at the nearby Loft at Region VI Representative
Castleberry Hill on Thursday evening. Learn more about this event (IA, KS, MN, MO,
on the registration page! I encourage you to take advantage of NE, WI, ND, SD)
opportunities to view the campus, visit with staff and
Dr. Julian Jenkins & Mrs. Mary Thomas
administrators, and to interact with other parents and supporters of
Mrs. Sandra Jenkins Morehouse College. email@example.com
This is a very special time for the College. There is enormous Region VII Representative
energy and excitement at Morehouse. But don’t take my word for
Region I Representative (AR, LA, MS, OK, TX)
it. Come see for yourselves and enjoy an extraordinary weekend
(AL, GA) of celebration. A schedule of events and online registration for the Mrs. Monique Briere-Aziz
Mrs. Sheila Rose Parents Weekend/Founder’s Day celebration can be accessed by firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com Clicking Here!
Region VIII Representative
We look forward to seeing you February 9 -12, 2012, and to
Region II, X Representative greeting you personally. (AK, AZ, CA, CO, HW, WA,
(FL, Virgin Islands, Africa) ID, MT, NM, OR, UT, WY)
Ms. Ishne’ Hobbs Sincerely, Mrs. Vanessa Howard
Dr. William Bynum
Vice President for Student Services
Region III Representative Region IX Representative
(NC, SC, TN) Mr. Harry S. Wright Jr. ’82 (CT, ME, MA, NH,
Mrs. Natalie Pittman Associate Dean for Student Services NJ, NY, VT, RI)
firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs. Joanne Layne
Dr. Darlene V. Willis and Mr. Phillip Willis Jr. email@example.com
Please see the Schedule of Events on Page 7
Special Note: If you did not receive this Newsletter via Email, it means that we
do not have you on our MCPC Email List. Send your contact information as
outlined on Page 8 to firstname.lastname@example.org to stay connected with MCPC.
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A MESSAGE FROM OUR MCPC CHAIRS MCPC 2012-2014 ELECTIONS
Happy New Year Morehouse Parents!
We are proud to announce that nominations for the 2012-
We pray this newsletter finds you doing well and that you’re 2014 MCPC Officers and Regional Representatives are now
getting ready to attend the 2012 Parents/Founders Day open!
weekend! Our 2 PRIDE Newsletter is once again filled with
information for you on the happenings on the campus and MCPC Officer Nomination Requirements - Nominations
also information for you to gently remind your sons about. are open beginning Now thru February 5th. Please note that
This issue is also dedicated to the fast approaching nominations for Officers will NOT be taken from the floor.
Parents/Founders Day Weekend (February 9-12). Only current MCPC Officers and/or Regional
Representatives may be nominated for an Officer
We will kick-off the weekend with an Old School Party
Fundraiser, on Thursday, February 9 , and invite you to our
Annual Parent Meeting on February 11 – here we will be Candidate must be present and registered for the 2012
providing parent updates and will hold the elections of new Parents Weekend/MCPC Board meeting
MCPC Regional Representatives. That evening, we will all Elections will take place during the Friday MCPC board
get dressed for the Founder’s Day Gala and celebrate meeting for Officers by secret ballot
MCPC Regional Representative Nomination
We encourage all parents that can, and are willing, to join the Requirements - Nominations are open beginning Now thru
MCPC Leadership and serve as a Regional Representative February 5th. Please note that nominations CAN be taken
for your region. We can use the creative and dedicated hands from the floor at the general parent meeting during Parents
of all of our parents. Please see the MCPC 2012-2014 Weekend but the candidate must be present to accept the
Elections section for instructions on nominating yourself or a nomination.
fellow parent for Regional Representative.
Candidate must be present and registered for the 2012
Thanks for sending your sons to Morehouse College and Parents Weekend
know that we look forward to seeing you during Parents Candidate must have a current Morehouse student
Weekend (February 9 - 12 )! Join us at the Old School enrolled at Morehouse College
Party as we raise scholarship funds for our sons! Candidate may self-nominate or be nominated
Take care and God bless, Candidate must submit a brief statement as to why they
are qualified or if you are nominating someone, why they
Darlene and Phillip Willis, Jr. are qualified to be a MCPC Regional Representative
along with their contact information.
REGIONAL UPDATES Elections will take place during the general MCPC
meeting and Candidates must be present. Votes will be
Region VIII taken by a hand vote.
On December 10, 2011, Morehouse College Admissions Please send your nominations to the MCPC Co-Secretaries
partnered with MCPC and College Bound San Diego to recruit (Mildred and AJ Brickler) email@example.com with a cc to
firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and
young men living in San Diego & the Southern CA area.
firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are nominated by someone,
then the Bricklers will contact you to confirm whether or not
you will accept the nomination. If you self-nominate then that
will serve as your confirmation.
Regional Representative Duties
Serve as a Liaison between MCPC and Parents in your
Represent all states within your Region
Keep parents informed of current Morehouse College
Attend MCPC Executive Board Meetings and help the
College during New Student Orientation (NSO) and the
Parents Weekend in February (at your own expense)
Pictured from left to right: Vanessa Howard, MCPC Region VIII Rep, Mr. Danny Attend MCPC semi-annual Conference Calls
Bellinger, Assoc. Dean of Admissions, Marsha Dodson, Co-Founder of College
Bound San Diego, Dr. Kevin Williams, Dean of Admissions, Dr. Darlene V. Willis, Co- Work with Morehouse College Alumni Associations and
Chair of MCPC, Co-Founder of College Bound San Diego, Mr. Quentin Johnson, Parent Associations in your area, as a representative of
Assis. Director for Admissions and The Honorable Randa Trapp, Morehouse Mom. MCPC
Help Morehouse College RECRUIT qualified candidates
Help raise FUNDS for Morehouse College and the
MCPC Emergency Fund
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MCPC DOLLARS AT WORK! SUMMER SCHOOL 2012
Morehouse College offers a 6-week summer session where
Dear Morehouse College Parents and Supporters:
students can take a maximum of 9 credit hours between June
Ever wonder where your hard earned Parents Council and mid-July. The 2012 Summer School Fee Schedule is not
contributions go? Allow me to share a few stories for yet available, but continue to check this link to the Morehouse
your information. While we applaud the Office of Summer School Web Page for the latest updates.
Financial Aid for their tireless work in seeking out
Students interested in attending Summer School should discuss
innovative ways to meet the financial needs of students, plans with his Academic Advisor during the Spring Advisement
they cannot do it alone. Thankfully many parents, just period. Students are allowed to register for any course where he
like you, have extended a helping hand; giving meets the pre-requisite.
sacrificially to insure the success of our most
underserved young men of Morehouse. Let me assure Below is the Summer School Calendar so that your son can
you that your contributions to the Parents Council plan accordingly.
“emergency assistance fund” have made a huge
Date Schedule Description
difference to many! I know because I am privileged to
M ond a y O ff i c i a l S u m me r S c ho ol Re gi s tr a ti on
extend aid to students in crisis on your behalf.
J u ne 4 ( On l i ne Re gi s tr a ti on w i l l be e a r l i e r )
In the fall of 2011, there were many young men who T ue s da y
Fi r s t Da y o f C l a s s
J u ne 5
arrived on campus with barely enough money to cover
Fr i da y
tuition. Numerous individuals came to my office looking E n d of Dr o p/ Ad d P e r i od
J u ne 8
for assistance. With MCPC funds on hand, I was able to S a t ur da y
W i t hd r a w a l P e r i od B e gi ns
give twenty (20) book scholarships in the amount of J u ne 9
$350 each! In addition there was a young man, raised W e d - Fr i ,
M i d-T e r m W e e k
by his Grandmother, who came to Morehouse on J u ne 2 0 -2 2
scholarship. He excelled in his classes but, on her fixed W e d ne s d a y I n de pe n de nc e D a y Ho l i da y
J ul y 4 (N o Cl a s s e s )
income, Grandmother had little money to satisfy the
M on - Fr i ,
student’s balance from the previous term which J ul y 9 - 1 3
Fi na l E x a m s
prevented him from registering. Through the MCPC Fr i da y
S u mm e r S c h o ol S e s s i on E nd s
“emergency assistance fund”, you provided a stipend to J ul y 1 3
this young man in the amount of $500.
Taking Summer School Courses at Another
In short, You gave $7,500 in assistance to students all in College or University
just the first month of school! This is on TOP of the on-
going support provided for your own sons here at the Morehouse students looking to take college courses at one of the
college. When a young student comes to me with a colleges or universities in their hometown should be aware of a
minor need: a pair of shoes, a suit, help with rent, food, few additional registration requirements and/or certain
medical concerns etc. it is such a blessing to be able to restrictions:
extend assistance from MCPC. With the untimely death A maximum of Nine (9) credit hours will be allowed during
of a parent or grandparent, there have been those who the summer session (usually 3 courses)
needed “emergency assistance” to get home for the
Courses MAY NOT be taken at a two-year junior or
funeral. Times are difficult for us all, I know. Still we are
reminded by perhaps our best known graduate, the Rev.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., not “to judge success by the Repeat courses may be taken at another institution, but the
index of our salaries or by the size of our automobiles grade will not be included in your GPA
rather, by the quality of our service and relationship to All courses must be an equivalent course to the Morehouse
mankind.” Good for you Morehouse Parents! Do course and a student must obtain Departmental Approval for
remember the “emergency assistance fund,” extended each course
through the Morehouse College Parents Council and the Each student must complete the Morehouse Off-Campus
Office of Student Services, as you plan your giving for Approval Form prior to enrolling in another college’s
2012. Many count on your support! summer school courses
Blessings and Peace,
Dean Harry Wright, Jr.
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Are Our Sons Maximizing Every Opportunity At Morehouse College?
IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO SHARE WITH YOUR SONS
Now is the time for families to begin planning for financing next year’s tuition. Complete your 2012-13 Financial Aid
application at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ as close to the February 15 Morehouse Priority Deadline as possible. Remember,
for eligible students, the greatest amount of financial aid is available prior to this deadline.
Click this link to go to the Morehouse College Financial Aid Web Page for additional information.
Scholarship money is out there and in many instances, simply available just for the asking. Students must be DELIBERATE
and DELIGENT in seeking scholarship dollars. Too often do we hear that the money is available, but the rumor is African
American students just aren’t applying.
Here are a few websites to share with your sons so that they can apply to one or many of the scholarships. As with all
applications, be mindful of personal information and your son should never pay a fee in order to apply for a scholarship.
Parents, if you know of other scholarship opportunities, please share them with MCPC. Good Luck All!
Scholarship Name Website
Black Excel http://www.blackexcel.org/200-Scholarships.html
Black College Dollars http://www.thesalliemaefund.org/smfnew/scholarship_directory/index.html
Free 4-u http://www.free-4u.com/african.htm
For Black Youth http://4blackyouth.com/scholarships.aspx?id=minority
Stem Scholarships americans-studying-stem
Black News http://www.blacknews.com/directory/black_african_american_scholarships.shtml
Black Students http://blackstudents.blacknews.com/
Morehouse Career Service Offices
Has YOUR SON visited one of the Morehouse College or the AUC Career Service Offices YET?
Has he inquired about, applied for, or received a summer Internship yet? Well, if the answers to those questions are NO,
have your son make an APPOINTMENT with one of the Career Service Offices below to find out information on the
services that they provide:
Career Counseling for Business Majors AUC Consortium Career Planning and Placement Service
Contact: Mr. Douglas A. Cooper Contact: Ms. Denise D. Holmes
Location: Leadership Center, Room 220 Location: Student Center - Clark Atlanta University
Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 404-215-2644 Phone: 404-978-2196
Business Students Website: www.morehousemba.com Website: www.aucenter.edu
Career Counseling for Non-Business Majors Career Counseling for Health Careers
Contact: Ms. Valeria Wyatt Contact: Mr. Ajit Samarasinghe
Location: Kilgore, Room 210 Location: Nabrit-Mapp-McBay, Room 218
Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 404-215-2703 Phone: 404-215-2670
Career Counseling for Dual Degree Engineering Majors Career Counseling for Research Careers
Contact: Ms. Mary A. Smalley Contact: Dr. James P. Brown
Location: Student Center - Clark Atlanta University Location: Nabrit-Mapp-McBay, Room 107
Email: email@example.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 404-659-3846 Phone: 404-572-3637
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A FEW REMINDERS FOR OUR GRADUATING SENIORS
THE 2012 COMMENCEMENT IS SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2012
Contact your Assistant Registrar, in Gloster Hall-Room 106, if you have not received a Graduation Audit Sheet) and/or if
you have any discrepancies with your Audit Sheet.
(A–G) - Ms. Smith, email@example.com (H–Q) - Mr. Belser, firstname.lastname@example.org (P–Z) - Ms. Glenn, email@example.com
Graduation Administrative Clearance
Forms are due in the Office of Records & Registration by April 30th for May graduates. You will not be able to start the process of
getting the signatures needed until April 1. Click here to complete the Graduation Administrative Clearance Form
Graduation Fees are: Off-campus fee is $445 and On-campus fee is $780. Payment of all Graduation Fees is due prior to getting the
signature of the Cashier’s Office on the Clearance for Graduation form.
Caps & Gowns
Please e-mail Zandra Everett your height and weight. We are trying to order enough of the right size gowns for graduation.
Class of 2012 T-Shirts Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2012
Class of 2012 T-Shirts are still available for $10. You may stop by the office to get a shirt.
Senior Exit Survey
All seniors are requested to complete this survey on TigerNet by Monday, April 30, 2012. The survey is located on the bottom left of
the My Info tab. The purpose of this survey is to help in letting the College know what went well with your college experience and
what we can do to improve the experience the students that are coming behind the Class of 2012. Please take the time to open and
honest on this survey.
Computer Literacy Exam
All seniors are required to complete this computer literacy exam requirement via the exam on TigerNet (under the My Info tab) or
through your senior seminar classes. Please check with your major department.
AirTran Airways Discount
AirTran is offering a 10% discount on the lowest available one-way AirTran Airways fare. No minimum stay or Saturday night is
required. To take advantage of this special program, contact AirTran Airways EventSavers Desk at 1-866-68EVENT (866-683-8368)
for reservations. All patrons will need to have the event code listed below and must provide the name of the event upon booking.
Event Code: ZATL052012 Morehouse Graduation
Words of Wisdom from Dr. Willis Sheftall:
Use the catalog of the year you entered in Morehouse to ensure you are meeting all the requirements
Ensure that you have fulfilled the graduation requirements
1) File a timely application for graduation (satisfying the dates specified by the registrar)
2) Successfully complete a minimum of 120 semester hours of non-repeat courses (exclusive of courses numbered below 100)
3) Successfully complete the College’s general education core curriculum
4) Successfully complete an approved major concentration sequence
5) Present a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher
6) Complete at least two years of coursework (a minimum of 60 semester hours) in residence at Morehouse College
7) Be in good standing at the College
8) Fulfill all financial obligations to the College
Morehouse students with not more than 2 courses short of completing degree requirements (8 hours) are permitted to participate
in the Morehouse College commencement. These students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.0 and must
not have any financial obligations to the College.
Make this your best semester
Man-up if you are not going to pass a course that will not let you participate in graduation. Please tell your parents and do not
leave it up to Morehouse Administration to tell them.
Pilot students that have problems with fulfilling pilot core requirements please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org to make
an appointment to assist in correcting the problem
Last but not least make a good impression on this your last semester at Morehouse. Give the underclassmen a glimpse of what
they have to look forward to in their last year.
Please contact Zandra K. Everett, Senior Class Advisor, (404) 215-264, email@example.com with any other questions or concerns.
PRIDE Page 6
2012 Graduates In The Spotlight
GARRETT F. HOWARD ISAAC A. ROSE JAMES C. WILLIS
Garrett Fitzgerald Howard is a Isaac Abdullah Rose is a Physics Major James Cornelius Willis is a Spanish
Business Administration - Marketing / Math - Dance Concentration Minor Major / Psychology Minor from San
Concentration Major from Los from Atlanta, GA. He is a Morehouse Diego, CA. He is a Morehouse
Angeles, CA. He is a Board member College Scholar and a member of the College Academic Scholar and
of the Morehouse College Marketing Golden Key International Honor studied abroad in Barcelona, Spain in
Association, a member of the Society, Alpha Lambda Delta Honor the Fall of 2011. James is a
Omicron Delta Kappa Society and he Society, and the National Society of Morehouse College Bonner Scholar,
was initiated into the Alpha Rho Collegiate Scholars and a member of CA Youth Think
Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Tank, National Society of Collegiate
Isaac received dance scholarships to
Fraternity, Inc. in the Fall of 2010. Scholars, and he is a New Student
the American Dance Festival Summer
Intensive at Duke University for the last Orientation Leader.
Garrett spent his summer honing his two years. He attended Debbie Allen's
Marketing skills by interning at Fox Summer Intensive for Dance in 2009 This past summer, James was the
News America, Inc. in 2011 and and was accepted to Alvin Ailey's only intern selected to work with
Paramount Vantage/Allied Integrated Summer Intensive program in 2010. Movie Producer Reuben Cannon and
Marketing in 2010. He also spent a Isaac supported the Morehouse Associates. And, upon graduation,
summer giving back to the College 2011 Parents Weekend James will attend the prestigious
community by interning at the Celebration by organizing students' Council on Legal Education (CLEO)
Freedom Schools teaching reading talents along with his own to give Summer Institute to participate in the
to students in Grades K-2. a super-positioning of dance and 6 week residential Pre-Law Summer
physics in a presentation. Institute.
Most recently, Garrett was recruited
by Delta Air Lines in October 2011 He is not only a student at the college James has already been admitted to
and offered a full-time position as a but enjoys working as a teacher the Thomas Jefferson School of Law
Marketing Analyst. Garrett will begin assistant and tutor in the math and and is awaiting admissions decisions
his career at Delta Air Lines science departments and the Atlanta from five other law schools. His plan
proceeding graduation in May 2012. community. As Isaac's plans are to is to work as an Attorney in the
attend Graduate School and to Dance
sports and entertainment field on his
professionally, his love for the arts with
Congratulations to Garrett and path to becoming a judge.
his mind of the sciences brings new
Parents: Mr. Judson Howard and meaning for the combined subjects
Vanessa Howard (Morehouse for the New Year in 2012. Congratulations to James and
College Region VIII Representative). Parents: Mr. Phillip Willis, Jr. and Dr.
Congratulations to Isaac and Parents: Darlene V. Willis (Co-Chairs of the
Dr. Israel Rose and Sheila Rose Morehouse College Parents Council).
(Morehouse College Region I
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PLEASE JOIN US FOR PARENTS WEEKEND, FEBRUARY 9-12, 2012
We Look Forward to Meeting You!!
Thursday, February 9th
9am-5pm Parents Weekend Welcome The Leadership Center, WEEKEND HIGHLIGHTS
Center & Limited Late Executive Conference Center Lobby
11am-12pm Founder’s Day Lunch The Chivers Dining Hall MCPC General Body Meeting
Cake Cutting Ceremony
ALL Parents Welcome
2pm-2:45pm The Leadership Center,
Opening Assembly th
Bank of America Auditorium Saturday, February 11
3pm-4pm Workshop/Q & A The Leadership Center, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Topic: “Catalysts to First Year Bank of America Auditorium
College Student Success” Morehouse College Campus
4:15pm-5:15pm Workshop/Q & A The Leadership Center, The Leadership Center
“Managing Crisis Situations with Bank of America Auditorium Bank of America Auditorium
6pm The MCPC Year in Review
Dinner on your own with sons
7pm-8pm MCPC “Old School Party VIP The Loft at Castleberry Hill,
Reception” 170 Northside Drive SW, Suite 96, Regional Representative Elections
Atlanta, GA 30313 Campus Updates
8pm-12am MCPC Old School Party The Loft at Castleberry Hill
170 Northside Drive SW, Suite 96:
Atlanta, Georgia 30313
See Page 8 for More Information 24 Annual
Friday, February 10th “CANDLE IN THE DARK” GALA
8:30am-Noon Parents Weekend Welcome The Leadership Center, Saturday, February 11
Center & Limited Late Executive Conference Center Lobby
9am-11am MCPC Executive The Leadership Center,
The Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel
Board Meeting Conference Room #434, 4th Floor 265 Peachtree Street NE
10am-Noon International/Study Abroad The Afro American Hall of Fame, Atlanta, GA 30303
Student Presentations Top Level, King Chapel
Dinner, Dancing & Awards…
11am-Noon Martin Luther King Jr. Collection The Leadership Center,
Presentation Room #450, 4th Floor Gala Tickets are available on the
11am-Noon Information Session with The Leadership Center, Morehouse College website.
Parents of Morehouse Seniors Room #446, 4th Floor
Noon-2pm The Leadership Center,
Reception at 6 p.m.
Black Male Summit Luncheon Executive Conference Center Doors Open 6:45 p.m.
2pm-5pm Founder’s Week Symposium The Emma and Joe Adams Concert Hall
Black Male Summit Ray Charles Performing Arts Center
Topic: “Black Boys and Black Men
in Comprehensive Conversation”
The Hyatt Regency Atlanta
Dinner on your own with sons 265 Peachtree Street, N.E.
8pm-10pm Founder’s Day Concert The Martin Luther King Jr. Atlanta, GA 30303
International Chapel (404) 577-1234
9am-11am MCPC General Body Meeting The Leadership Center, Morehouse Rate: $145/night
(All Parents welcome!) Bank of America Auditorium
Saturday, February 11th Country Inn & Suites
10am-11am Administrative Liaison 800 Sydney Marcus Boulevard
Panel Updates Atlanta, GA 30303
11am-1pm Reflections of Excellence The Emma and Joe Adams Concert Hall,
Presentation of 2012 “Bennie” & Ray Charles Performing Arts Center
“Candle” Award Recipients Regular Rate: $62/night
1pm-2pm Lunch on your own with sons
6pm 24th Annual “A Candle in the The Hyatt Regency Atlanta Hotel Towne Place Suites/Marriott
Dark” Gala 820 Sydney Marcus Boulevard
Sunday, February 12th Atlanta, GA 30303
11am Founder’s Week The Martin Luther King Jr. (404) 949-4820
Worship Service International Chapel Regular Rate: $72/night
4pm Morehouse College The Martin Luther King Jr.
Glee Club Concert International Chapel
Spring - 2012
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Bring your dancing shoes for the
MCPC Old School Party Fundraiser Spring 2012 Calendar
Thursday, February 9 January
8 Residence Halls Open, 8:00 a.m.
The Loft at Castleberry Hill 9-10 Official Class Registration
170 Northside Drive SW, Suite 96 11 First Day of Class
Atlanta, Georgia 30313 16 Dr. Martin Luther Jr. Holiday,
(Secured Parking) No Classes
20 End Add/Drop Period
Per Person Ticket Cost: 21 Withdrawal Period Begins
$50 VIP Reception 7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Includes a Pre-Party Reception with Tapas Menu, Special entertainment, February
1 drink ticket (Beer or Wine), admission to Old School Party, and greet 9-12 Parent's Weekend
special invited Guest, President Robert Franklin & Dr. Cheryl Franklin 27- Mar 2 Mid-Term Week
$25 General Admission 8 p.m.-12 a.m.
Includes Admission to the Old School Party, Food, Dessert & Cash Bar March
5-9 Spring Break
To Purchase Tickets: 12 Classes Resume, 8:00 a.m.
Click this link to PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/
And Follow prompts on the SEND MONEY TAB To Purchase Tickets. April
Send payment to RECIPIENT (MCPC) by using this email address: 6 Good Friday, No Classes
MCPCOLDSCHOOLPARTY@gmail.com 2-6 Academic Advising Week
*Please purchase tickets in advance, as no tickets can be sold at the door.
9 Fall 2012 Web Registration Begins
20 Last Day to Withdraw
Dress Is Old School Attire!!!!
(Encouraged, but not Mandatory) May
2 Last Day of Spring 2012 Classes
3-4 Reading Period
Are You Receiving Email Updates From MCPC? 7-11 Final Exams
12 Residence Halls Close,12:00 Noon
Are you connected to MCPC? Did you receive this newsletter via email last 22 All Final Grades due by Noon
If you answered no to the questions above, then you are not on the MCPC Graduating Senior Calendar
Email List. Send the information below to firstname.lastname@example.org
Parents Name 3-4 Senior Final Exams
Parents Email Addresses (You can add more than one) 11 Senior Grades due by Noon
Mailing Address, City, State & Zip Code 14-18 Senior Week
Home Number, Cell Number 19 Baccalaureate Service
Son’s Name, Class Year 20 2012 Commencement
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