What’s new in Bryan Undergraduate Student Services

Reminders from Bryan Undergraduate Student Services

Don’t wait till it is too late—Bryan Summer schedule is available-speak with your Bryan Advisors.

Walk in hours are available for quick question on Tuesday through Thursday from 2 pm to 4 pm in Bryan 301.

If you are a student planning to graduate in Summer 2017 and need to take MGT 491 during Summer 2017 you MUST request to be added to the MGT 491 wait list. Click here to add your name to the electronic wait list. Students who complete the form will be notified in May if they have a seat in MGT 491 for Summer 2017. 

Need help in Economics?
The Economics Club will hold drop-in assisted study sessions/study space every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2-3:30 PM in Bryan 117 during spring term. This will be an opportunity for students in ECO 101, 201, 202, 250 and 301 to receive guidance from volunteer upperclassmen who have completed those courses. Students can also utilize the space to meet with study groups or simply work on homework.

Please contact EconClub@uncg.edu to be added to the Economics Club Canvas group for more information about the club and study session schedules and announcements.

SUIT UP

An exclusive event for Bryan School students

With the Spring Career Fair swiftly approaching, it is important to remember how imperative making a good first impression is. The Bryan School and JCPenney are here to help you impress all of your future contacts with the Suit Up Event.

Suit Up is a joint event between the Bryan School and JCPenney Corporate designed to provide deeply-discounted suits to students. JCPenney in the Four Seasons Town Centre will open its doors after hours exclusively for Bryan School students, and will provide up to 70% off discount on professional wear.

Trained volunteers will be present to assist you in purchasing a suit that will help showcase you as a young professional.  JCPenney corporate recruiters will be at the event if you are interested in an internship or career with JCPenney. There is also an opportunity to win one of several raffle prizes that JCPenney has donated, but only those who attend are eligible to win!

When:

Sunday, February 19, 2017 from 6:30-9:30 pm.

Where:

JCPenney in Four Seasons Town Centre.

Who:

This event is only for Bryan School Students (both undergraduate and graduate level)

Be sure to bring your Student ID.

For further event or pricing details, please visit this link .

 Visit Costa Rica or Ireland this Summer

If you’re interested in gaining abroad experience but can’t fit it into your schedule. The Bryan School offers two summer study tours for business students, and the other in Costa Rica and Ireland.

  1. Dublin, IrelandThe Ireland study tour is a part of ECO 300 and FIN 315 Summer II enrollment, two required courses for most Bryan majors. Students and tour faculty will stay at University College Dublin. The study tour will focus on Innovation and Health Care Economics.
  2. Costa Rica: The Costa Rica study tour is apart of SCM 302 and PHI 361 summer enrollment, also required courses for most Bryan majors. Students and tour faculty will stay in the capital city of San Jose for a week, but will also have the exciting experience of living with a host family in the Monteverde Rain Forest.

We are still looking to recruit more students for these summer trips! The deadline for completing the application is February 17th.

For more information about the Bryan Summer Tours, you can visit these links; here, for Ireland, and here, for Costa Rica. Links to the application forms are on the flyers.

Writing Intensive Courses at UNCG

We all know that completing your General Education credits can be a challenge, especially for some majors that require extra language requirements or writing intensive courses. On top of that, actually finding courses that satisfy the writing intensive requirement has proven difficult as well. In an effort to help you guys find these courses with ease, we have created a step by step guide to locating classes that fulfil the WI marker.

The first step: Go to uncg.edu, then click on the genie lamp symbol at the top

Next: Click on Class Schedule

Then: This action will take you to the Course Offerings Search page. On this page, you have the option to search for courses by Term, Subject, or Course Category. The Course Category drop down menu is where you will find the Writing Intensive course option; select this option. Once you have selected the correct Term, and the Course Category, press the Course Search button. This action will take you to a page with all of the Writing Intensive Courses that are being offered during the selected Term.

An Opportunity for All Bryan School Students

The NC Sales Institute promotes sales leaders through research, educational programs, and corporate partnerships. The institute was created to address the demand for well-trained sales talent who can work within the global marketplace. It has been recognized as one of the 2016 Top Universities for Professional Sales Education by the Sales Education Foundation.

How you can participate:

Undergraduate students who take the four current sales courses will receive a certificate of completion. Beginning in fall of 2017, a fifth class will be added and the Bryan School hopes to offer a minor to all students who complete the five classes. The classes are:                              

  • MKT 324: Professional Selling
  • MKT 327: Sales Management
  • MKT 420: Key Account Selling
  • MKT 427: Sales Internship
  • MKT 444: Sales Leadership (Coming Fall 2017)

If you would like to learn more about this opportunity contact:

Dr. James Boles

Director of the North Carolina Sales Institute

Head of the Department of Marketing, Entrepreneurship,

Hospitality, and Tourism

(336)334-4413 or jsboles@uncg.edu

John Chapman

Director of Business Development for Executive Education & Adjunct Professor

(336)334-3088 or jlchapm2@uncg.edu

Tutoring Resources:

TASP and TASP Academic workshops also visit the TASP Facebook page.

Bryan Tutoring for Accounting and Finance, will be held in Bryan 335

  • Mondays 10am- 3pm
  • Tuesdays 10am-4pm
  • Wednesdays 10am-3pm
  • Thursdays 10am-4pm

Economics: Drop in hours, Bryan 217 every

  • Tuesdays 2:00-3:30pm
  • Thursdays 2:00-3:30pm

Math Help Center

Writing Center and Speaking Center

Important Dates:

Application for May Graduation has been extended until February 17th.  Spring 2017 Graduation reference guide

Last day to drop a course without receiving a WF-March 10th, please speak with your advisor or our walk in advisor before dropping a courses

Spring Break: Monday March 13th-Friday March 17th

Spring Holiday: Friday April 14th University Closed