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The Student Government Association is one way to be involved in the creation, planning, and implementation of student activities for the campus. SGA provides cultural, educational, recreational, and social programs for the college community, while giving student leaders a place to develop sound leadership skills through the process of programming. For more information, contact the Dean of Students at 870-512-7890 or visit the office located in Walton Hall, Room A.

STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARDS Student Identification Cards are made on each campus. This card must be shown for check cashing and to check out library materials. Student Identification Cards are property of the college and are subject to being revoked in the case of abuse. Students must present a valid driver’s license or state issued ID card and a copy of their current schedule to obtain an ASU-Newport Student Identification Card.

STUDENT LEADERSHIP/INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITIES Students are strongly encouraged to enhance their overall college experience through involvement in campus groups and activities. These groups offer opportunities for leadership, recognize scholarship, encourage citizenship, and provide social experiences.

STUDENT PARTICIPATION IN COLLEGE COMMITTEES Student involvement is vital to the governance structure at ASU-Newport. University committees provide many opportunities for individuals to serve the academic community in leadership roles by serving as a voice for all students. Eligibility for committee membership: Only full-time students who are not on academic or disciplinary probation may hold positions on college committees. Also, membership will consist of students who have attained a 2.00 or higher grade point average (semester and cumulative) and/or have no current pending conflict with assigned committee.

TESTING SERVICES ASUN offers the following Tests:  American College Testing (ACT) ACT test schedules and additional information may be obtained in the Department of Academic Support and Testing Services office located in Walton Hall or by calling 870512-7867. ACT registration is coordinated directly through the ACT test website: www.act.org.  Placement Testing Students must register to take a Placement test by visiting https://portal.asun.edu/ICS/Academic_Support_and_Testing_Services/Testing_Registra tion_Form.jnz and filling out the Testing Registration Form. You MUST be at least 13 years of age or older to take the Placement test. No Calculators Allowed in the Testing Center. Placement Test Scores (may be ACT, ACCUPLACER, ASSET, or Compass earned in

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ASU-Newport Catalog 2016 - 2017  
ASU-Newport Catalog 2016 - 2017