After a successful Round 1, we have decided to offer another chance to win a Kindle Fire! Same rules as the first round, go to the link below to fill out the form with your three answers.
Test your skills during the DU Daily Scavenger Hunt Round 2 starting today!
CLICK HERE to answer the three random questions about the DU Daily blog, and get entered into the contest.
While you search the DU Daily blog to solve our questions, you will learn about the University and increase your odds of winning an Amazon Kindle Fire!
That’s right, everyone who participates in this two-week informational scavenger hunt will be entered to win an Amazon Kindle Fire
! Each week, you can submit a completed form with your responses to our clues. On March 23, we will announce two winners of Kindle Fires. One will be drawn from those who solved all of our weekly clues correctly, and another will be drawn from all those who participated. So, if you get all the answers right both weeks, you have four chances to win (one each for correct weekly entries, plus one each for weekly participation).
Have you picked up your parking permit?
If you have registered your vehicle, your parking permit is likely ready! Stop by the Security Services office on your campus to pick up your permit. Officers will begin ticketing vehicles without parking permits starting March 19!
Please register your vehicle today!
Security Services is in the process of taking a look at creating some visitor parking spaces and has taken everyone’s concerns into account while trying to accommodate this. In the mean time, a walk-in visitor will need to get a day pass from the front desk. If it is a scheduled meeting, staff and faculty will be able to email visitors a day pass ahead of time for them to print off and put on their vehicle before coming to campus.
Please park in a lot that is designated to your specific permission. Security Services will issue tickets to cars that are not parked in the proper parking lots.
Scheduled System Maintenance.
From Friday night, March 16 at 11 p.m., until Saturday, March 17 at 6 a.m., Davenport systems will be undergoing scheduled maintenance.
Some or all IT Services may be affected, including:
- The Davenport website
- Connection pages
- Academic web servers
- Central Authentication will be unavailable
During this maintenance window some or all of these services may not be available for periods of time. Every attempt will be made to minimize downtime of any service. Please contact the Customer Support Center with any questions. Thank you for your patience.
Davenport University Customer Support Center
On Wednesday, March 14, over 40 DU students, campus leaders, financial aid advisors, and student services staff representing campuses across the state went to Lansing to participate in the annual DU Student Advocacy Day at the State Capitol. The purpose of the event was to meet with legislators and advocate for the need- based Michigan Tuition Grant (MTG) benefitting over 4,500 Davenport students. Students had the opportunity to share their concerns for MTG as well as ask legislators about their roles in state public policymaking. Students and staff also observed the Senate in Session from the Senate Gallery. Senator Arlan Meekhof officially introduced them before the Senate members who greeted the DU group with applause.
During the month of May, Davenport University students will have the opportunity to participate in the new Study West program sponsored by the College of Technology. While traveling from Seattle to the Silicon Valley, students will earn Davenport credit for NETW211 Cisco Networking LAN Design, ENVS125 Environmental Studies, or SOSC201 Diversity in Society. Everyone in the group will have first-hand tech experiences, explore national and state parks, and connect with various cultures along the way. Check out the attached brochure for details and contact information!
Click here to view the brochure!