Delta State to be closed July 3/Amended Summer II deadlines

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By order of Governor Bryant and action by the IHL Board of Trustees, all state agencies and offices will be closed on July 3. Summer II classes will begin on Wednesday, July 5.

Please refer to the following revised schedule for Summer II:

  1. Classes will begin on Wednesday, July 5.
  2. Registration closes Thursday, July 6, at midnight.
  3. Students who have not paid will be removed from rolls on Thursday, July 6 at midnight.
  4. July 10 and 11 (Monday and Tuesday) students will make arrangements to get back in class.
  5. W/F will go into effect July 11.
  6. No shows will be due July 14.
  7. All EPAFs will need to be approved and in HRs queue by July 17.
  8. Final exams will remain on August 3, 2017.
  9. Grades must be recorded by noon on August 7, 2017.

It’s not too late to sign up for Summer II classes!

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Make the most of summer and take a couple of classes to complete your degree on time. Many courses are offered online. Summer is the perfect time to get a jump on graduation if you are working toward a degree. We offer everything from General Education classes to yoga and cardio exercise to the psychology of hip hop. The deadline to register is July 5.

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Delta Reads Plus accepting applications

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The Delta Reads Plus AmeriCorps Mississippi Program at Delta State University is now accepting applications for half-time members for the 2017-18 term.

DRP members will provide small group and one-on-one tutoring in literacy and math to K-6 students in schools in either Bolivar, Coahoma, Sunflower, Leflore or Washington County contingent upon funding.

AmeriCorps members receive, in exchange for a service commitment, a modest living stipend, an end of term education award, student loan forbearance or deferment while serving, and valuable skills.

“Some schools in the Mississippi Delta face low student achievement and accountability ratings due to a perpetual lack of support and economic disadvantages persistent in the area,” said David Tanner Jr., program director. “Research shows that AmeriCorps members can produce significantly greater increases in student literacy outcomes among elementary students over one semester of tutoring.”

Applicants must be at least 18 years old, a U.S. citizen, and must have at least 48 college credits or passed the ACT Work Keys Assessment.

Apply to the program by calling or emailing Bria Beal, program assistant, at 662-846-4807, or email for an application. Interested individuals may also visit the Center for Community and Economic Development located at 1417 College St. in Cleveland.