I'm a member of a child life specialist group on facebook.
Received this information and was asked to fwd. it to people who may be interested.
Some Recreational Therapists may be interested this course. I work with children at a psychiatric setting. Wish I could attend this course. Would if I lived closer.
Here is the information:
Concordia University Ann Arbor is again offering “The Hospitalized Child” FAM333 for three credit hours to be held September 17-18; October 22-23 and November 12-13. These dates are three Friday evenings from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. and three Saturdays from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on one weekend a month for the three months. Certified Child Life Specialist, Lauren Garret, will teach the class held at Mott Children’s Hospital. Registration is now open.
I would appreciate you forwarding the information to anyone you know who may be interested in this class for this fall. We are looking forward to a great experience!
Prof. Karna J. Doyle
Concordia University Ann Arbor
4090 Geddes Road
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
734 995 4602
Information for guest students from our registrar:
If you do not attend Concordia University and wish to join the class as a Guest student, please complete the following steps to register for this class:
1) If you are currently enrolled at another university, you must submit a completed Michigan Uniform Undergraduate Guest Application from the institution at which you are now enrolled. This form must be validated by the Registrar’s Office of the institution at which you are now enrolled.
a. If you are not currently enrolled at another institution, then you will skip this step.
2) Fill out the attached Guest Student Registration Form. Be sure to complete both pages.
a. Everyone enrolling in this class must fill out this form.
3) If you wish to “audit” the class, then fill out the attached Credit-Audit Change Form for Guest Students.
a. You will earn the grade of “AU” (audit) but you will not earn any credit.
b. This form must be submitted by 4:30 PM on Friday, 9/10/10.
4) The above form(s) may be submitted in one of the following ways by the end of the Add/Drop period which is 4:30 PM on Friday, 9/10/10:
a. Fax the form(s) to Concordia University, Registrar’s Office at (734) 995-7448
b. Mail the form(s) to Registrar’s Office, Concordia University, 4090 Geddes Rd, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
c. Scan the form(s) and send as a pdf attachment to an email to email@example.com
d. Deliver in person to the Registrar’s Office at Concordia University which is located in the Student Service Center (the first building on the right on the circle drive). The office is open Monday-Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
5) If you decide that you do not want to take this class after enrolling in it, then fill out the attached Drop-Withdrawal Course form and submit it by one of the following dates:
a. Dropping the Class
i. There is a 100% tuition refund if you submit the form by 4:30 PM on Friday, 9/10/10.
ii. No transcript is generated because it is as if you never signed up for it.
b. Withdrawing from the Class
i. There is no tuition refund and the form must be submitted by 4:30 PM on Monday, 11/1/10
ii. The letter grade of “W” will be posted to your Concordia University transcript.
iii. If you do not meet this deadline, then you will receive the grade that you earned.
6) If you are taking this class for credit and need a transcript sent to the institution that you are currently enrolled at, then fill out the attached Transcript Request Form and submit it as directed on the form. There is no fee and the form should be submitted after the class has ended.
The cost of this class breaks down as follows:
1) Three credit hours will be billed at $673 per credit hour for a total of $2019, but you will receive a waiver for $870 for a total cost to you of $1149 to take the class for credit.
2) The cost to “audit” the class (taking the class for no earned credit) is $673.
a. The attached Credit-Audit Change Form for Guest Students must be submitted with your registration for this option.
3) You will be billed for the tuition. Payment is expected before the class starts.
4) If this is the first time you have registered for a class at Concordia University as a Guest student, then you must also submit a one-time application fee of $25 with your registration forms.
a. Payment can be made via check or charge card.
b. If you choose to pay with a charge card, we take Visa, MasterCard or American Express. Please include the following information with this payment option:
1) The name as it appears on the card
2) The card number
3) The expiration date
For more information, please contact the following people:
1) For more information on the class and information on student rates at nearby hotels:
a. Prof. Karna J. Doyle, Family Life Program
2) For registration questions and submitting forms:
a. Colleen Cleland, Assistant Registrar
3) For billing and payment questions:
a. Mark Kayser, Business Office
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