Semester Budget Worksheet

WHAT WE DO


ADVISEMENT

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

COLLEGE PREPARATION

CULTURAL ENRICHMENT

NATIVE AMERICAN RESOURCES

MSS advisement focuses on educating and engaging students in identifying their educational and personal goals. Advisors assist students' transition to BYU and getting involved on campus. Students are encouraged to develop a graduation plan which outlines the journey that will lead students to graduation.

Financial assistance and resources are part of the support MSS provides for students to be academically successful and progress towards graduation. Assistance is provided on need-based scholarships, other BYU scholarships and grants, federal aid, and off-campus scholarships.

SOAR is a summer program for students who are entering their senior year of high school. SOAR provides ACT classes, an introduction to MSS resources, and college success information. SOAR students receive admissions and financial instruction, find out if BYU is a good fit for them, and make connections that will support them throughout their college experience.

MSS sponsors cultural programs to promote cultural education and inclusion. Participating students can learn about their own and other cultures through music, dance, cultural presentations, diverse guests, and involvement activities. Programs include Fiesta, Luau, Black History Month, and the Harold A. Cedartree Memorial Dance Competition and Pow Wow.

The Dean of Students Native American Indian Technology Initiative (DSNAITI) provides support to American Indian students in their efforts to graduate from BYU. The Dean of Students wants to complement the institutional support services already available on campus, and offset some costs that are commonly associated with a college education.

 

Schedule an Advising Appointment HERE

Calendar Items

Feb 1

–  Africana Studies Forum (4:00pm, 257 HRCB)

– Off-Campus Housing Fair (10:00am-4:00pm, WSC Garden Court)

 

Feb 3

ROOTS: Episode 2 (1:00pm, 250 SWKT)

Feb 5

FHE: Vignettes of Black Saints (7:00, 7:30, & 8:00pm, Education in Zion Gallery)

FHE: Around the World Game Night (6:00-8:00pm, Museum of People and Cultures)

Feb 7

– Black History Month Jazz Concert – Delta Blues (12 pm, BYU Library Auditorium)

Panel Discussion, “Race and Sport” (4:00-6:00pm 238 HRCB)

 

Feb 8

 

STEM Career Fair (9:00am-3:00pm, WSC Ballroom)

– Post-Mission Transition Workshop for Elder and Sisters (5:00-6:00pm, 3211 WSC)

Feb 12

– 1st Term or Spring Term Withdraw Deadline

FHE: Vignettes of Black Saints (7:00, 7:30, & 8:00pm, Education in Zion Gallery)

Feb 13

– Forum: Dhanurjay “DJ” Patil, former US Chief Data Scientist (11:05am, Marriott Center)

Feb 15

-SOAR ACT Instructor Application Closes  

– Black History Month Concert – Ron Brough (12:00pm, BYU Library Auditorium)

–  Lecture: Women in the Military with Brigadier General Von Hoffman (11:00am, Location TBD)

– Student Athlete Honor Week Assembly (11:00am-12:00pm, Volleyball Court, Smith Fieldhouse)

Jake Shimabukuro Ukulele Concert (7:30pm, de Jong Concert Hall)

 

Feb 16

 

– Student Athlete Academic Center Unity Gathering (12:00pm, JFSB quad)

Essentially Ellington Regional Jazz Festival (&Feb 17, 7:30pm, de Jong Concert Hall)

–Perspectives (7:00pm, WSC Ballroom)

Feb 19

– President’s Day (No Class)

Feb 20

 

– Monday Instruction

Feb 21

 

Y-Serve Share Your Hair Event (&Feb 22, 10:30am-2:30pm, WSC Terrace)

– Black History Month Jazz Concert – Brazillian Jazz (12:00pm, BYU Library Auditorium)

Feb 23

Living Legends (&Feb 24, 7:30pm, de Jong Concert Hall)

Feb 28

 

– Last Day of 1st term          

– Black History Month Jazz Concert – Duke Ellington (12:00pm, BYU Library Auditorium)

– Lecture: Migration and Politics in Africa (12:00pm, 238 HRCB)

Mar 1

DEADLINES: FAFSA, BYU Scholarship Application, and Graduation Plan FAFSA.gov, Multicultural Grad Plan

Wu Man and the Huayin Shadow Puppet Band (7:30pm, Madsen Recital Hall)

 

Opportunities

            Scholarships

o   SEORG Scholarship  - $1000 Deadline: April 20, 2018

o   Smart Vehicle Scholarship - $1000 Deadline: April 20, 2018

o   BabySwingCenter Annual Scholarship Program - $1000 Deadline: August 1, 2018 

Internships

o   Startup Summer Internship Cohort of 2018 - Deadline: February 16, 2018

o   University of Utah School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics - Native American Research Internship – Deadline: February 23, 2018 

o   University of Wisconsin-Stout LAKES Internship (Linking Applied Knowledge in Environmental Sustainability) – Deadline: February 11, 2018 

Miscellaneous

o   Wells Fargo Securities Freshman Diversity Finance Forum – Deadline: March 11, 2018 

o   Olympus Test Prep Free Classes (Must register online)

o   GRE (3:00-5:00pm, Provo City Library, Room 201)

o   GMAT (6:00-9:00pm, Provo City Library, Room 309)

o   Attention YSA of African/Afro-Caribbean Descent: Take this survey to express interest for potential Provo YSA African Diaspora Wards

o   The School of Family Life is looking for volunteers to speak in the SFL 354 Cross-Cultural Family Development Class regarding families of various cultures including: Mexican, Mexican American, Chinese, Asian American, Egyptian, Muslim, Native American, Bofi, Icelandic, and African American/Black. If interested, please contact alyssa_bandfordwitting@byu.edu.

o   Interested in Native American History and FamilySearch? There are internships available for collecting and preserving Native American genealogies. Please contact Dr. Amy Harris, Associate Professor of History at BYU: amy.harris@byu.edu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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