Join us for the Roland Library Dedication
Just a little over a year after breaking ground, Hannibal-LaGrange University will hold a dedication ceremony for the Roland Library. The event will take place at 10:00 am on Friday, April 27th in front of the new library on the HLGU campus. Everyone is invited to attend the dedication ceremony, reception, and tour the new facility. Individuals may also choose to join students and staff in a human chain to move the first one hundred books.
on Friday, April 27th!
In addition, volunteers are needed to help move the collection from one building to the other on May 12, 18, & 19 starting at 8:30 am. Contact Julie Andresen at (573) 629-3130 for more information.
The new 20,000 sq. ft. library is named in honor of Dr. E. Earl Roland. Dr. Roland is a 1941 graduate of Hannibal-LaGrange and a long-time supporter of the University. Amenities of the new handicapped-accessible library facility include a multimedia-equipped computer classroom, computer lab, private and group study rooms, audio and video editing stations, a coffee corner and fireplace lounge, children's reading area, and added space for expanded print and audiovisual collections.
||HLGU Announces Classroom and Online Summer Courses
"Advantages to taking classes over the summer semester include a more relaxed atmosphere, smaller class sizes, and allows the student to concentrate on one or two classes rather than a full class load, " stated Dr. David Pelletier, HLGU Vice President of Academic Affairs.
||Sophomore Breanna Newton First HLGU Women's Track and Field Athlete Named NAIA All-American
Sophomore Breanna Newton has become the first Hannibal-LaGrange women's track and field athlete to named a NAIA All-American after her performance in the 1000 meter finals at the NAIA Women's Indoor National Championships.
Lost In Yonkers Theatre Production
Senior Art Exhibit Opening
Campus Visit Day
Also happening this Visit Day: Men's Basketball Tryouts, Music Auditions
Choral Music Concert
Apr 26 @ 3pm-6pm
Retirement Celebration for Dr. Burt
Apr 27 @ 10am
Roland Library Dedication
Apr 28 @ 7pm
Ministry Team Concert
|Helpful Hints from HLGU Career Services
"What is that in your hand?"
Good news! March 15, 2012, U. S. Labor Department reported a drop in state unemployment benefits by 14,000. (U.S. Department of Labor, 2012) It appears the economy is improving and unemployment claims are reverting back to numbers reached four years ago.
Are you unemployed? Do you feel like throwing up your hands or throwing in the towel? I encourage you to look up, within, about, and around. In Exodus 4:4, God said to Moses, "What is that in your hand?" (NIV)
Here are a few "handy" considerations
1. Advertisements - Local papers, bulletin boards, etc.
2. Online resources, such as http://www.bls.gov/oco/
3. Employer websites
4. Trainee or paid internships
5. Career fairs – HLGU is a consortium member of Gateway Career Services Association and Missouri Jobs for Educators (MOJOE)
7. Friends, family, associates, and other contacts
8. Employment office
9. Social media, such as Facebook and LinkedIn
11. Community resources, such as library, churches, etc.
12. Government – federal, state, and local
13. Temporary employment agencies
U.S. Department of Labor. (2012, March 15). Unemployment Insurance Weekly Claims Report. Retrieved from United States Department of labor: http://www.dol.gov/opa/media/press/eta/ui/eta20120454.htm
Karry D. Richardson
Associate Dean Academic and Career Services