Students have until May 15 at 5 p.m. EST to decide if they would like to utilize the alternative grading policy for any or all of their classes.
Student Affairs has asked students to not return to campus at this time given Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s stay-at-home executive order.
Students will now begin the selection process on April 6 based on a time slot randomly assigned by class.
Butler had 16 applicants, four of which were awarded with the scholarship. Applicants must have a baccalaureate to apply.
Blue started puppy training on Feb. 3 at Bark Tutor School for Dogs, where he will spend every day for three weeks under head trainer Bradley Phifer’s guidance. Blue III also completed his puppy training here.
The series will premiere Feb. 11 at 8 p.m. in the Schrott Center for the Arts. Students currently enrolled in business ethics will have access to a special post-show question and answer.
MindWise, a free and anonymous online screening tool for mental health and substance abuse issues, is now available to students and faculty.
After the 1.0 version of the app was developed in 2015, Panos Linos, Butler University professor of computer science and software engineering, and a team of students are developing second version of app to guide visually impaired students. The new version will be compatible with both iPhones and Android devices.
The fraternity was last active on campus in 2017 and hopes to be fully reinstated for recruitment and induction next spring semester.
BU SOS meets every other Tuesday from 7-8 p.m. in the ResCo second floor conference room. Their next meeting is November 19.