As the new manager of the Soundings program and huge advocate of foreign travel, I was dismayed to read about Alex Noonan’s recent difficulties.
I had not previously heard of students being prevented from studying abroad as a result of their Soundings status.
And, while, I am not familiar with the particular details of his situation, I have reached out to Alex and would, similarly, like all Soundings students to know that my fellow Soundings instructors and I are all very much in favor of students pursuing their dreams and that we are here to help you succeed.
As I encouraged Alex to do, please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any Soundings-related questions or concerns that I might be able to assist you with!
I cannot promise that you will always get the result you want, but it certainly won’t hurt to get a second opinion or have another set of eyes take a look at your case. Feel free to call me anytime at x1258 or email me at email@example.com.
Dear President Smith, I am writing in response to the new initiatives announced recently regarding the Art Department at VTSU Castleton campus. I work part time as a custodian at VTSU Castleton Campus, am an assistant to the art department, Rutland Regional Planning Commission photography intern, and senior non-traditional student in the Studio Art program, […]
Have you ever heard someone talking about how last-minute plans are always the best plans? Like when you and your friends just randomly decide to go out and do something together and it turns out to be one of your best memories? Well, a couple weeks ago my girlfriend, Phoebe, and I got lawn tickets […]
I have always been a very social person, extremely easy to talk to and someone who can make friends with anyone. College changed that a lot for me. I went from loving getting to meet new people to being filled with stress and anxiety. The worst part of this newly found social anxiety is it […]
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