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Charlotte Amalie
Wednesday, June 12, 2024


May 30, 2002 – The University of the Virgin Islands Bulletin Board issued today includes these announcements:
'Lunch With Tom' a Grand Success
Congratulations to all in the UVI community who helped make Wednesday's benefit luncheon with Tom Joyner a grand success. The event, according to Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Affairs Deborah Hamilton, exhibited "the tremendous commitment and hard work that you each put into the Tom Joyner project. [It] truly demonstrated the level of excitement and commitment that it is possible to generate in supporters, donors and volunteers for UVI."
Climatic Variations Seminar
UVI's Water Resources Research Institute will conduct a seminar on "Short Term Climatic Variations and Related Matters in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands" on Tuesday, June 4. Dr. Amos Winters of the University of Puerto Rico will be the featured speaker.
The seminar is free and will run from 2 to 4 p.m. It will originate in Teachers Education Room 101 on St. Thomas Campus and be video-conferenced to Evans Center Room 713 on the St. Croix campus. Call 693-1062 with questions or to indicate if you will attend.
Summer Session Registration Set June 6-7
Summer Session 2002 classes are scheduled from June 10-July 23. Summer Session registration on St. Thomas will take place in the Sports and Fitness Center on Thursday and Friday, June 6 and 7, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
In order to offer students "one-stop service," staff workers from the registrar's office, the business office and the financial aid office, as well as faculty advisors, will be on hand. Students who attend stateside colleges should bring grade reports or transcripts with them to demonstrate they meet any applicable prerequisites. Late registration on St. Thomas is scheduled for Monday, June 10.
Summer Session registration on St. Croix will be conducted in the Academic Services Office in Evans Center Room 811, on Thursday and Friday, June 6 and 7.
St. Croix students are asked to register on the following schedule:
Those with last names beginning with G through L: 1 to 4 p.m. on June 6
Those with last names beginning with A-F: 4 to 6 p.m. on June 6
Those with last names beginning with S-Z: 1 to 4 p.m. on June 7
Those with last names beginning with M-R: 4 to 6 p.m. on June 7
Late registration on St. Croix is scheduled on Monday and Tuesday, June 10 and 11, from noon to 4 p.m. in the Academic Services Office.
UVI's summer, as well as the fall, class schedules are available on-line at
Printed copies of the St. Thomas schedule are available at the registrar's office in the CA building. Direct questions to 693-1160.
Printed copies of the St. Croix schedule are available at the Academic Services Office. Direct questions to 692-4158.
The Health Services Department's Office On Summer Schedule
The St. Thomas Campus Health Services office nurse, Diane Ruan-Bonelli, is on vacation through June 7. She will resume regular office hours (9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Mondays through Fridays) on June 10. The Health Services Office has also announced that a doctor will be available on Mondays and Thursdays, from noon to 1 p.m. beginning June 19. The office is located in Gordon House.
UVI-CES Summer Camp Program Planned
Registration is underway, on a first-come, first-served basis, for the St. Croix Summer Camp Program sponsored by UVI's Cooperative Extension Service. Camp sessions are scheduled from June 24 through August 2, with locations at local schools and the UVI St. Croix campus. Children ages 5 through 14 are eligible. Register at the UVI Research and Extension Center, Room 139. Call 692-4094 for details.
For more on the University of the Virgin Islands, visit the website at www.uvi.edu.
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