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Dear students, faculty, and staff,
Good Tuesday morning.
I hope your Easter weekend was restful and allowed a bit of down time before we continue this Spring Quarter.
Last summer, we were able to offer scholarships to those students who choose to enroll in the Summer Quarter. Many of our most in-demand courses were offered either in person or online, and this year we plan to continue our efforts to help you meet your academic goals with our summer offerings.
As an additional incentive to enroll in Summer 2021 classes, we’re offering Loyal Blue Scholarships to students who enroll in the summer term.
Undergraduate students taking eight or more credit hours will receive a scholarship of $200, and those taking four to seven credit hours will receive a scholarship of $150. Those who take one to three hours will receive a scholarship of $100.
Graduate students taking seven or more hours will receive a scholarship of $200, and those taking four to six credit hours will receive a scholarship of $150. Graduate students who take one to three hours will receive a scholarship of $100.
Advising for Summer 2021 and Fall 2021 Quarters will begin April 26, and registration for those terms begins just about a month from now. Schedule a time soon to talk to your advisor and plan ahead for summer and fall. The Loyal Blue Scholarship funds and more sections of in-demand classes – those that can serve as a bottleneck to your academic progress – make the summer a great time for enrolling in a class or two.
As a reminder, we will offer the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccination at TechCare beginning today. We’re thankful for our strong partnership with Green Clinic and the Louisiana Department of Health that helps make this opportunity possible.
Those interested in scheduling an appointment should visit https://gctechcare.simplybook.me/v2/#book, then select COVID-19 Vaccination.
Please note this is the same link previously used to schedule free antigen testing. Free antigen testing remains available through this link, so be sure to select the proper option.
There is a limited supply of vaccine available, so make your appointment today!
LAVA, the Louisiana Volunteers in Action, is currently working across the state on efforts to encourage individuals to get vaccinated. The Region 8 LAVA coordinator has asked that Louisiana Tech students who want to be involved volunteer with the LDH-Northeast Region (Monroe) Unit or the LDH-Northwest Region (Shreveport-Bossier City) Unit.
These established units have long, strong partnerships with universities in their regions and would be delighted to have Louisiana Tech students to assist in their efforts.
To register for volunteer opportunities, sign up at https://www.lava.dhh.louisiana.gov and choose Department of Health – Region 8 when setting up your account. You can contact 225.763.3503 for additional information or assistance registering.
Enjoy the sunshine and warm spring weather, and have a great week, Tech Family.