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ACCEPTED STUDENT GUIDE

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Salem College welcomes qualified students of any race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, religion or disability to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities of this institution.

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Academic Advising and Class Re�istration
Selecting and registering for your college courses is all new territory for you. There is so much to explore in a new academic environment. Salem will provide you with a team of support that includes the dean of undergraduate studies, a faculty advisor and peer academic leaders. The advising process begins in early June, when you will receive an academic packet with information about classes, registration, summer reading and placement exams in foreign language and math (to be taken during orientation in August). Also included will be information about your options for your firstyear seminar course. Please return the form listing your preferences for your first-year seminar course, as well as the New Student Advisement questionnaire. These forms will be available by June on the Accepted Students page on the Salem website. Based on your responses, the dean of undergraduate studies will assign you to a first-year seminar course and a faculty advisor before you arrive on campus.

During orientation in August, you will have an individual advising session with your advisor and a group session with your Peer Academic Leader (an upperclass student). This team of support will help you select the rest of your fall courses and then register on days two and three of Orientation. You will have time on campus during Orientation to visit the bookstore and purchase the books that are needed for your fall courses. We suggest planning to spend approximately $400-$500 on textbooks per semester. Prices will vary based upon availability of used books or rental books. We know that you may have questions over the summer about academic life at Salem. For questions and answers about anything academic, such as requirements, advising and registration, please contact “Dr. Advice” (also known as Dean Ljungquist); his e-mail is doctoradvice@salem.edu.
Dr. Gary Ljungquist “Young-quist” Dean of Undergraduate Studies doctoradvice@salem.edu 336/721-2619

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A Salem education is extraordinary. It extends beyond the classroom to support your development as a leader and a woman who can manage the challenges of our global and digital future. Our programs encourage a healthy lifestyle – to support your success at Salem and and all you aspire to do!

Campus Life and Leadership

SALEM SIGNATURE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (SSLP) As a Salem student, you will benefit from opportunities to participate in our Salem Signature Leadership Program (SSLP), a program that develops your unique potential as a leader and distinguishes your college experience. Made possible by a grant from BB&T, the SSLP includes workshops on conflict resolution, an emerging leaders class, and a trip to Washington, D.C.! The Class of 2016 will participate in a community-building retreat during orientation weekend that lays the foundation for this four-year comprehensive leadership development experience. WELLNESS PROGRAM We believe that healthy living supports your success! We offer health and fitness programs designed to help you manage stress and be well, both physically and emotionally. Most programs are free and include weekly classes, such as yoga and pilates. Consultations with a personal trainer are available in the Fitness Center. Students can explore local fitness trails and bike paths in the Village of Old Salem and along the six-mile Greenway behind campus that leads to Salem Lake. Bikes are available for students to check out and enjoy. Speakers on such topics as organic gardening, Chi Running, and stress reduction through sleep and rest are offered throughout the year. WOMEN IN NATURE (WIN) Salem’s new Women in Nature (WIN) program empowers students to explore the great outdoors while nurturing their inner well-being. Activities include camping and hiking trips in the beautiful mountains of western North Carolina and kayaking trips on the coast.

SPIRITUAL LIFE You will find a rich and vibrant spiritual life at Salem. Rev. Dr. Amy Rio-Anderson, the College Chaplain, works with campus ministries representing numerous denominations and non-denominational groups. The student-led Interfaith Council, which is comprised of students from various faith traditions, sponsors discussions, worship services and special events that highlight the religious diversity of our campus.

Dear Salem Sister,

ngratulations an of Students, and co the Office of the De Greetings from Salem College! on your acceptance to activities are get involved in campus s that students who Research show perform better perience and can even with their college ex more satisfied involvement! althy level of campus academically with a he e next page, and nt organizations on th eck out Salem’s stude Be sure to ch roughout the our beautiful campus th itter to see pics of follow me on Tw in August! rd to seeing you here summer. We look forwa Meet my staff Sincerely, Students Krispin Barr, Dean of of-Students Salem-College-Dean@DeanBarrSalem
Krispin Barr Dean of Students 336/721-2627 krispin.barr@salem.edu

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Brooke Barber Director of Student Activiti es 336/917-5000 brooke.barber@ salem.edu

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Are you a Salem “first” (the first generation in your family to attain a four-year college degree)? Join our tradition of Salem “firsts!” Visit salem.edu/salemfirsts for more information.

Salem Colle�e Calendar 2012-2013
2012 FALL TERM August 16 August 19 August 20 August 25-29 August 27 August 28 August 29 September 8 September 26 October 5 October 10 November 2-4 November 3 November 10 November 21 November 26 December 6 December 11 December 12 December 13 December 17 Move-in day for WFU marching band & color guard Move-in day for soccer players Move-in day for cross country and volleyball players New Student Orientation begins and Class of 2016 Retreat Orientation/Advising Registration and Opening Convocation Classes begin (8:00 a.m.) Fall Lawn Party Fall Fest Day (classes suspended) Fall Break begins (5:15 p.m.) Classes resume (8:00 a.m.) Family Weekend International Dinner Semi-Formal Thanksgiving Recess begins (8:00 a.m.) Classes resume (8:00 a.m.) Christmas Candlelight Service and Moravian Traditions Dinner Last day of classes Reading Day Examinations begin (8:30 a.m.) Examinations end (5:15 p.m.)

2013 SPRING TERM February 1 Step Show February 4 Classes begin (8:00 a.m.) February 10 “Acafellas” February 14-16 V-Day Monologues February 16 Formal February 22 Black History Month Program March 22 Spring Break begins (5:15 p.m.) March 31 Easter April 1 Easter Monday (classes suspended) April 2 Classes resume (8:00 a.m.) April TBA International Show April TBA Sophomore-Senior Banquet April 24 Celebration of Academic Excellence (classes suspended) April 26 Founders Day Convocation (4:15 p.m.) May 4 Race for the Cure May 4 Spring Cocktail May 15 Last day of classes May 16 Reading Day May 17 Examinations begin (8:30 a.m.) May 21 Examinations end (5:15 p.m.) May 25 Commencement

2013 JANUARY TERM January 3 January Term begins (8:00 a.m.) January 4 All classes meet January 21 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (classes suspended) January 30 January Term ends (10:00 p.m.)

hlights of the fall semester is Family Weekend! Fami ly Weekend is the perfect time for you to show your family (whethe r your parents, grandparen siblings, friends, etc.) “yo ts, ur” Salem! Introduce them to your favorite professor them your favorite place , show to study, or simply show off how you’ve kept your hall room clean! Special act residence ivities of Family Weekend include a Back Porch Socia Faculty Reception, a Fami l, a ly Stroll & Sprint, the Int ernational Dinner and a tra Moravian Lovefeast. A Fa ditional mily Weekend brochure wi ll be mailed to your paren in August 2012. ts’ address

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Planning to make Salem your new “home away from home” is an exciting transition. Your first step is to complete a Housing Assignment Questionnaire, which can be found on the Accepted Students page of the Salem website. In June, you will receive your roommate and residence hall assignment, as well as detailed information about residence life. First-year residence halls are Babcock and Gramley, and most transfer students are housed in Clewell. Students accepted into the Honors program may apply to live in the Strong Honors House. Application information will be sent directly to Honors students in late May. There are many ways to personalize your room and make it your own. See the suggested packing list below. Your room will be furnished with twin beds (which require extra-long twin-sized bedding), two desks, two chairs and either a double chest of drawers or two dressers. All double-sized rooms have closets large enough to accommodate two students.

Residence Life

Your Residence Hall will have a lobby and a lounge. The lobby is off the main entrance and is used to entertain guests. The lounge, on the basement level of the building, has cable television, a DVD player and Wii. Lounges are typically used as gathering places for meetings and as a place to study. All residence halls have common kitchen spaces and each floor has a microwave for students’ use. Vending and ice machines are located in a central area in each building. Each residence hall has laundry facilities with machines that are card-activated and do not take cash. Laundry cards can be purchased in the basement of Babcock Hall.
Leslie Rogers Assistant Dean of Students 336/917-5451 leslie.rogers@salem.edu

Housing Assignment Questionnaire

YOUR COMMUNITY AT SALEM One of the great things about Salem College is that there is always someone for you to turn to with a question or just to talk. Living with you in the residence halls are students and staff members who are there to help you. Residential Coordinators (RCs) are Salem College staff members who are responsible for the general management and supervision of your residence hall. Your Residential Coordinator is there to assist you with academic, personal and social concerns. Resident Assistants (RAs) are trained student staff who live with you on your hall and assist you during the year. Your RA is there to make your adjustment to college easier and to serve as a source for general information about residence hall living and campus events. Your RA will work with you and your hall mates to plan programs and events throughout the year.

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ing items would be he lpful to you: Alarm clock Linens - including tow els, blanket/comforter , extra-long twin sheets , pillow case, pillow, mattress pad Cell phone Waste basket Power strips with builtin circuit breakers (regular extension cor ds are prohibited) Window fan Small refrigerator (4-6 cubic feet) Important phone numb ers and information car insurance, health insurance, physician Medications and prescr iptions Decorative items - pic tures, posters (please use only painter’s tape for hanging) Toiletries and cleaning supplies - shampoo, soap, broom, laundry detergent, etc. School supplies Coaxial cable (for televi sion - cable is provided in all residence hall roo ms) Ethernet cord (for com puter) Area rug - all residenc e hall rooms have tile flooring

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- 3rd Floor: 11’6” x 15’5” Window: 37’6” x 57 ’

- 2nd Floor: 11’6” x 15’5” Window: 45’ x 62’6”

- 1st Floor: 11’6” x 15’5” Window: 43’6” x 62 ’6”

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Student Life at Salem is ACTIVE! From day one, your involvement and ideas are important. There are so many ways to get involved in social, cultural and service organizations and events. Popular annual events include the Step Show, the International Show, the Acafellas concert and the Race for the Cure. In addition, the Campus Activities Board hosts four dances a year: Fall Lawn Party (September) Semi-Formal (November) Formal (February) Spring Cocktail (April) TRADITIONS We thrive on traditions! From our founding in 1772, Salem women have relished the lively atmosphere and the sense of history that our traditions provide! From the moment that you decide to attend Salem, you are a part of this sisterhood and legacy. Traditions include: Walk Into Tradition (daisy ceremony honoring Salem’s first teacher) Honor Code Signing Ceremony Opening Convocation (candlelight ceremony, seniors wear caps and gowns and crazy shoes) Big Sis / Little Sis Sophomore-Senior Celebration Fall Fest (spirit day) Christmas Candlelight Service Moravian Traditions Dinner Celebration of Academic Excellence Leadership Banquet Founders Day Honors Convocation (seniors wear caps and gowns and crazy hats) Commencement

Student Activities and Athletics

ATHLETICS As a member of the NCAA Division III and the Great South Athletic Conference (GSAC) we have seven varsity sports: basketball, cross country, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field and volleyball. You can also participate in lacrosse and equestrian team at the club level. As a Salem Spirit you will be part of a highly competitive team, become part of a rich tradition and etch your place in Salem history. We look forward to seeing you on the fields, courts or lanes, as well as in the stands at Salem! Go, Salem Spirits!

tt Melissa Barre r of Athletics Directo 336/917-5402 @salem.edu melissa.barrett

IF YOU’RE ALREADY COMMITTED TO PLAY ING A SPORT: - Move-in date for soccer is Sunday, August 19 and cross country and volleyball is Monday, Augu st 20. Watch for a letter in Jul y outlining the move-in times and procedure s. - Required athletic forms – watch for a letter from the ath letic trainer in July; forms will also be onlin e at salem.edu/athletics. - Make sure to complete and return the medical question naire. INTERESTED IN PART ICIPATING IN A SPORT? - Contact a coach to introd uce yourself and express an interest. - Complete a recruiting qu estionnaire (salem.edu/athleti cs).

salem.edu/athletics

FINANCIAL PLANNING INFORMATION Your enrollment costs for 2012-2013 include: Tuition $23,478, Student Government Fee $216 (paid in full in the fall), Technology Fee $145, and Room & Board (Resident Students only) $11,764. You will be billed by semester as outlined below. Enrollment Costs for 2012-2013 for Resident Students Enrollment Deposit (due May 1) $250 1st Term (due August 1) $17,748 2nd Term (due January 2) $17,605 Enrollment Costs for 2012-2013 for Non-Resident Students Enrollment Deposit (due May 1) $250 1st Term (due August 1) $11,902 2nd Term (due January 2) $11,678 Additional Expenses (estimated for planning purposes) Books (per semester) $400-$500 Personal expenses (per semester) $400-$600 Health insurance premium: approximately $500-$550 due in the fall, if you do not complete the online waiver documenting that you have required coverage. DINING SERVICES/MEAL PLAN Whether you need a between-meal snack, a full-course meal or a cup of coffee, it’s covered when you have a meal plan. Our dining locations offer a healthy variety and convenience every day for both residents and non-resident students. For Resident Students, Room & Board fees allow you to choose one of two options: Option-I) 19 meals per week in the Refectory + $50 Salem Bucks to use in the Cellar Grille & C-Store Option-II) 15 meals per week in the Refectory + $175 Salem Bucks to use in the Cellar Grille & C-Store Non-Resident Students may purchase plans for 15-50 meals per semester in the Refectory and additional Salem bucks for the Cellar Grille & C-Store. Go to salem.campusdish.com to view meal plan choices and sign up.

Let’s Get Started

WORK STUDY If you receive work study as part of a financial aid package, please be aware that the amount of the work study is not applied toward your account balance (i.e. it is not subtracted from your bill). Work study is an opportunity to work part-time and you will be paid as you earn the money, just as in any job. You should be prepared to pay this difference, which is generally $800 each semester. If you work regularly, you can expect to earn money on a monthly basis. During the summer you will receive information about available positions on campus. Work study jobs are usually 7.5 hours a week earning minimum wage. FINANCIAL AID VERIFICATION If you receive notice that your financial aid award requires verification, you must complete the verification process for your award to become finalized and applied to your account balance. The verification process is mandated by law and requires submission of specific documents. It can be a multi-step, lengthy process. Please complete all steps as soon as possible so that your financial aid award can be reflected on your billing statement. PAYMENT PLAN The College offers a monthly installment plan, which will begin each June. While there are no finance charges, a $75 application fee is required. A brochure providing additional information about the installment plan will be mailed in early May to all confirmed students who have paid the $250 tuition deposit. Additional information is available at afford.com. PUBLIC SAFETY AND PARKING The campus is monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year by experienced public safety officers who patrol campus and respond to calls for assistance. You may bring a car to campus as a first-year student. Register your vehicle online at salem.edu/public-safety/vehicle-registration or once you arrive on campus in August. The annual fee is $60. If you register online, your parking permit will be sent to the address you provide and the parking registration fee will be billed to your student account.

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HEALTH SERVICES AND INSURANCE You will receive a health information packet in early May to be returned by July 2. Schedule a doctor’s appointment to have the physical and immunization forms completed. You must show proof of health insurance or purchase the College insurance plan. Visit salem.edu/admissions/accepted-students for forms, insurance information or to complete the online insurance waiver (available June 1). If you have not completed the online waiver by June 30, your fall billing statement will include a charge for the Salem insurance plan. TECHNOLOGY SERVICES Students have access to Salem’s high-speed campus-wide network. All residence halls have data connections for Internet and e-mail access, and three computer labs on campus are open 24 hours a day. When you confirm your plans to enroll, you will receive a Salem e-mail address and password. Check your Salem e-mail frequently for important updates. Contact kris.kelly@salem.edu for Salem e-mail questions. Visit salem.edu/technology for information about purchasing a computer, policies, support and facilities.

REMINDERS

WHAT TO EXPECT Request for $250 enrollment deposit Student Life packet

YOU’LL RECEIVE as soon as you confirm plans to enroll May 15 May 15

RETURN BY May 1 June 1 July 2

Health information packet (Immunization records are required by state law) Request for final high school grades

June 1 June 8 June 15

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Accepted Student Web Pages

Academic information packet Orientation packet, Room assignment and Campus dining options Fall tuition/fees statement

July 2

August 1

CONTACT INFORMATION Athletic Director: Melissa Barrett ..................................................... 336/917-5402 Associate Athletic Director/SWA: Betsy Pryor............................ 336/721-2815 Soccer: Jay Callahan................................................................... 336/721-2648 Athletic Trainer: Eddie Stevens................................................... 336/917-5382 Basketball: Jim Jackson .............................................................. 336/721-2894 Cross Country/Track and Field: Jamie Williams ........................ 386/846-6964 Softball: Scott Long ................................................................... 336/917-5402 Tennis: Mike Dryman ............................................................... 704/677-3221 Volleyball: Amanda Ziemba ....................................................... 336/917-5328 Equestrian: Michelle Hargreaves, Hidden K Stables ................... 336/923-5370 Bookstore ......................................................................................... 336/917-5390 Business Office ................................................................................ 336/721-2613 Office of the Dean of the College ..................................................... 336/721-2617 Student Affairs/Dean of Students ..................................................... 336/721-2627 Chaplain ............................................................. amy.rio-anderson@salem.edu Health Center ............................................................beth.graham@salem.edu Residence Life .............................................................. leslie.rogers@salem.edu Orientation/Student Activities ..................................brooke.barber@salem.edu Counseling Services .................................................... jack.locicero@salem.edu Financial Aid Office ......................................................................... 336/721-2808 Information Technology ................................................................... 336/721-2725 Public Safety..................................................................................... 336/917-5555 Registrar’s Office .............................................................................. 336/721-2618 Local Banks BB&T ....................................................................................... 336/733-2000 Bank of America ........................................................................ 800/333-6262 First Citizens.............................................................................. 888/323-4732 Wells Fargo ................................................................................ 336/722-7887 Local Hotels Hawthorne Inn .............................................. 336/777-3000 or 800/972-3774 Holiday Inn Express ...................................... 336/721-0220 or 800/228-5150 Wingate by Wyndham ............................................................... 336/714-2800

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