Security Officers on the W.A. Lettinga Campus have begun issuing warning tickets on vehicles without Parking Permits, and will start ticketing vehicles with fines on April 1. Avoid a parking ticket by registering your vehicle online – it’s quick and easy! Register your vehicle here or visit parking.davenport.edu.
If you have already registered your vehicle, your parking permit is likely ready! Stop by the Security Services office on the lower level of the Academic Building on the W.A. Lettinga Campus to pick up your permit.
Please park in a lot that is designated to your specific permissions. Security Services will issue tickets to cars that are not parked in proper parking lots.
If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the Security Office located on the lower level of the Academic Building next to Meeting Halls A & B.
The Alumni Relations Office is excited to offer all students some great new discounts as part of their Alumni Benefits Program! Take advantage of some of the great deals below:
The DU Daily Scavenger Hunt was a big success, with hundreds of students participating! The contest closes at 5 p.m. on Friday, March 23, so if you haven’t participated - this is your last chance to enter to win the Amazon Kindle Fire!
Two winners will be selected and announced in next week’s DU Daily.
Here are the links to both rounds of the DU Daily Scavenger Hunt if you still want to participate:
Responding to the continuing need for new talent in the insurance and risk management field, and the desire of individuals seeking new professional careers, Davenport University is proud to introduce a new undergraduate Insurance and Risk Management speciality in the BBA Management beginning in the fall of 2012.
Responding to the industry growth forecast for new employment opportunities in the insurance sector, DU will begin delivery of in-seat insurance education courses on the W.A. Lettinga Campus, and in Lansing and Livonia in the fall of 2012, with an online program launching in 2013.
The Risk Management and Insurance specialty program will prepare students for careers in positions that help individuals and businesses identify and manage risks and understand the relationship of appropriate insurance product and related service solutions. The insurance business is knowledge-driven and an integral part of modern societies and the global economy. This program develops and integrates, business management, marketing, financial and statistical analysis skills. It places an emphasis on developing high standards of professional ethics, especially in relationship to this industry.
Courses for the Specialty include:
- RMGI 221 Principles of Risk Management and Insurance
- RMGI 322 Personal Insurance
- RMGI 323 Commercial Insurance
- RMGI 420 Insurance Company Operations & Regulation
- RMGI 454 Risk Management
Recommended Open Electives (Select 2):
- RMGI 410 Insurance Proposals & Negotiation
- RMGI 490 Risk Management & Insurance Internship
- MKTG 212 Professional Selling
- MKTG 320 Marketing of Services
Management, finance, math and marketing professors were all involved in the development of this program, as well as the Institute for Professional Excellence. Industry and Insurance association partners also assisted in the development of this new speciality. The program will feature several opportunities for scholarships and internships.
Click here to view more details about this new program.
If you have questions and are interested in more information on this program,contact your advisor.