Brenau University Student Services has once again partnered with Academic Expeditions to offer any interested Brenau student, faculty or staff member an exclusive opportunity to experience New York City during Fall Break 2019.
This exclusive experience will offer highlights of the best taste of “The Big Apple,” taking in views of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building, seeing a Broadway show, marveling at the lights in Times Square, exploring galleries at the Met, visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, touring the international headquarters of the United Nations, making a reverent visit to the 9/11 Memorial, visiting the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (the only museum in New York City dedicated solely to the art of fashion), tasting the famous NYC food scene, and taking in the views of Central Park and Greenwich Village!
Learn more about the trip and register at academicexpeditions.com/bu2019ny. In order to create an account/register the participants will need to enter the private tour code bu2019ny. A $100 deposit is due at registration and the remaining balance can be set up in monthly payments.
If you have any questions about the trip, please do not hesitate to contact Tami English, assistant vice president of student services for Brenau at ude.uanerb@1hsilgnet.
Two early registration events for incoming freshmen who will be attending classes on the historic Gainesville campus will be held June 6 and July 16, in the Brenau Trustee Library. There are two sessions, morning and afternoon, for each early registration date.
Freshmen health science majors will attend the morning session, 9 a.m.-noon, and freshmen majoring in degree programs within business and communications, education, and fine arts and humanities will attend the afternoon session from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Schedules for early registration June 6, are at the links below.
If your office or department is involved in this event please make plans to be present.
Join Brenau in Washington D.C. and New York City for spring break, Friday through Wednesday, Feb. 22-27.
Brenau University Student Services has once again partnered with Academic Expeditions to offer any Brenau student, faculty or staff member who is interested an exclusive opportunity to experience D.C. and New York City during Spring Break 2019. Let someone else do the driving so that you and your fellow Brenau community members can simply enjoy the food, fun and fellowship, while taking in the history and culture that only D.C. and New York can offer
This exclusive experience will offer highlights of our nation’s capital: taking a picture at the White House, visiting amazing exhibits of the Smithsonian museums on the National Mall, learning more about the First Amendment while tracing the evolution of communication at the Newseum, and visiting the must see Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr. memorials. In addition, you will have the best taste of the Big Apple, taking in views of the Manhattan skyline from the Empire State Building, seeing a Broadway show, marveling at the lights in Times Square, exploring galleries at the Met, visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, touring the international headquarters of the United Nations, making a reverent visit to the 9/11 Memorial, tasting the famous NYC food scene and taking in the views of Central Park, to name a few!
Please view the flyer and itinerary with more information about costs, registration and highlights of the trip. Participants can expect a memorable experience! Access to the online registration is now open if you would like to go ahead and hold a space. Full payment does not need to be submitted to hold a space. A $200 deposit is due by Dec. 1, 2018, with the remaining account balance to be paid in two equal installments: two months and one month prior to the trip. If interested or to read more information, log on directly to academicexpeditions.com/bu2019dcny to review information and complete your registration.
If you have any questions about the trip, please do not hesitate to contact Tami English, Assistant Vice President of Student Services for Brenau, at ude.uanerb@1hsilgnet. Questions regarding registration, payment and insurance should be directed to Kara Williams Mawyer, director of finance for Academic Expeditions, at moc.snoitidepxecimedaca@smailliwk.
We hope you will decide to join us for this amazing opportunity!
The Brenau “Bubbles” Yearbook would like to feature your images about school and campus life in the 2018 Women’s College yearbook, which will be distributed after graduation on May 4. Faculty and staff who advise a Women’s College student group, academic club or organization that could be highlighted may send images at www.hjeshare.com/eShare/?code=Forevergold.
If prompted for a password, type in “forevergold.”
There’s also an app for that! Go to your app store and type in “HJeShare” and you can begin sharing your photography right away. Questions can be directed to ude.uanerb@koobraey.
WomenSource, a women’s support network in Gainesville, needs volunteers for its annual conference “Girl Power” from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27, at the Brenau Downtown Center.
Girl Power is a half-day conference for middle and high school girls and the women in their lives. Girl Power 2018 will explore “Healthy Relationships” with free workshops and breakout sessions, plus an address from featured speaker Dr. LeAnn Gardner, a clinical social worker and therapist.
If you are interested in volunteering or helping with Girl Power 2018, contact Brandee Thomas at moc.liamg@samohteednarb. More information can be found at womensource.info/programs/girl-power.
Please let your students know that Brenau University Student Services has once again partnered with Academic Expeditions to offer day students enrolled at the Gainesville campus an exclusive experience in New York City during fall break 2017, Wednesday to Sunday, Oct. 18-22. This exclusive experience will offer the best taste of “The Big Apple,” touring historic neighborhoods, tasting the famous NYC food scene and taking in the views of the Manhattan skyline.
Please view the flyer (PDF) with more information about costs, registration and highlights of the trip. Students can expect a memorable experience from seeing the bright lights at Times Square, breathtaking views of the Empire State Building, visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, to the 9/11 Memorial, Harlem, Central Park, walking across the Brooklyn Bridge, touring the United Nations, shopping in China Town and much more. Download the interary (DOCX) for more information.
Academic Expeditions, Inc., is offering a package which should suit student budgets. Access to the online registration is now open if they would like to go ahead and hold a space. Payment does not need to be submitted to hold a space. A $250 deposit is due by July 15 and remainder of the trip cost is due Sept. 15. If interested or if you would like to review the trip itinerary, log on directly to the web page at: http://www.academicexpeditions.com/index.php/nondc/372 or go to Academic Expeditions home page at http://www.academicexpeditions.com/ and click on the red “Trip Registration” tab on right side of screen and enter BU2017NYC (no spaces and not case sensitive).
Please help spread the word to students. If you have any questions about the trip, please do not hesitate to ask Tami English, assistant vice president of Student Services for Brenau, ude.uanerb@1hsilgnet, or Elitsa Somleva, Academic Expeditions program director, moc.snoitidepxecimedaca@avelmose.