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  • Title: A Liberal Arts College in Colorado, Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO
    Descriptive info: .. Admitted Students.. Alumni.. Donors.. Faculty Staff.. Parents.. Visitors.. Phone Directory.. A-Z Directory.. theFort.. Search.. About.. Academics.. Admission.. Apply.. Athletics.. Catalog.. Cost.. Student Life.. Virtual Tour.. Campus.. TOURS.. Seeing is believing.. You ve researched it.. You ve explored the website.. You ve checked out the virtual tour.. But you ll really know when you see Fort Lewis College for yourself.. Schedule a visit.. View Tour.. Skyhawk.. ATHLETICS.. Get your game on!.. NCAA Division II sports.. Intercollegiate club teams.. And intramural leagues that keep you fit while having fun.. Join a team or just join in the cheering!.. Watch Video.. Student.. LIFE.. Your home away from home.. A multicultural campus buzzing with workshops, concerts, films, lectures, art, theatre, sports, and student organizations.. Pursue your passions while making lifelong friendships.. Academic.. EXCELLENCE.. Learn without borders.. Top-notch academic programs.. Internships.. Study abroad.. Undergraduate research.. And a liberal arts education that prepares you for living, not just making a living.. Successful.. CAREERS.. An education that lasts a lifetime.. Our liberal arts education means our graduates are creative thinkers and problem solvers ready to succeed in an evolving economy and changing world.. Events.. An error has occurred.. Error: Events is  ...   in the tense last month of the campaign.. Obama spoke on October 10, Ryan on October 22, and Gray on October 29.. November 1, 2012.. Private Facebook community launched to FLC students!.. Fort Lewis College is now offering a private Facebook community just for admitted and current students to make friends, share interests, and get involved on campus.. Inigral s Schools App on Facebook, allows students to create a separate college only profile to help students get connected to their virtual campus community.. We chose to offer this service to our students due to the many functions that it encompasses.. View All News.. Explore.. FLC.. Fort Lewis College is a selective public liberal arts college in Colorado that launches careers and changes lives through a compelling educational experience.. We have an active campus that takes full advantage of our beautiful mountain setting in Durango, Colorado.. C.. ommencement Info.. Visit.. Our Campus.. Get.. Information.. Academic Calendar.. Employment.. President's Office.. TOPS.. Art Gallery.. Privacy.. Webmail.. Center of SW Studies.. Library.. Safety.. Webopus.. Concert Hall.. Theatre.. Login.. Emergency Status.. 1000 RIM DRIVE.. DURANGO, CO 81301.. PH: (877) 352-2656.. FAX (970) 247-7179.. CONTACT ADMISSION.. Copyright.. 2012.. by Fort Lewis College..

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  • Title: Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO > Home > Visitors
    Descriptive info: Visitors to Fort Lewis College.. You are here:.. Home.. Campus Map.. Center of Southwest Studies.. Community Concert Hall.. Continuing Education.. Durango Tourism Office.. Life Long Learning Lecture Series.. Music.. Small Business Development Center.. Now.. Historic Durango is a thriving multicultural community in the beautiful Animas River Valley.. Averaging 300 sunny days per year and situated between the San Juan Mountains and the desert Southwest, Durango is renowned for its outdoor opportunities and friendly people.. See for yourself.. And while here, visit our beautiful mountain campus, where you ll also see how our excellent academic programs, caring faculty, and welcoming campus community can launch your career -- and your life.. Directions to Campus.. Arriving by Car.. Principal highways to Durango.. Hwy 550 Hwy 160.. Directions from the Denver area.. From Hwy 285 South, turn right on Hwy 112 heading West to Del Norte.. In Del Norte, turn right onto Hwy 160.. Follow Hwy 160 West in to Durango.. Hwy 160 becomes Hwy 160-550.. When it splits, follow Hwy 550 to College Drive.. Turn right onto College Drive, follow for 1.. 8 miles.. Turn left onto Fort Lewis Drive.. Follow signs to Office of Admission.. Directions from the Grand Junction area.. Hwy 50 South to Hwy 550 South to Durango.. Hwy 550 becomes Main Avenue.. Follow Main Avenue through downtown Durango to College Drive.. Turn left onto College Drive, follow for 1.. Directions from Colorado Springs.. - Pueblo areas.. I-25 South to Hwy 160 West in to Durango.. Follow signs for Office of Admission.. Directions from Albuquerque.. Hwy 550 North to Durango.. Follow 550 North to College Drive.. Arriving by Air.. Daily flights.. arrive at and depart from the Durango-La Plata County Airport.. Daily flights from Denver, Dallas, Phoenix (and soon Las Vegas) are  ...   a.. campus tour.. Take a class with the.. Office of Continuing Education.. See a performance at the.. Visit an.. art exhibition.. Learn something new at the.. Center of Southwest Studies Museum.. Take in the view from the Rim.. Have lunch at the Rocket Grill or San Juan Dining Room, located in our new Student Union.. Things to Do In and Around Durango.. Visit the Durango Welcome Center at Main Avenue and 8th Street to find fun, exciting, or relaxing things to do:.. Animas River Trail.. Mesa Verde National Park.. Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.. Historic Downtown Durango.. Vallecito Lake.. Durango Mountain Resort.. Staying in Durango.. For the true Fort Lewis College experience, campus guests and visitors can stay in one of our residence halls.. Please check with.. Conference Services.. for availability.. We also have discounted rates at the following hotels.. When making your reservation please request the Fort Lewis College rate.. Lel.. and House Rochester Hotel.. 721 E 2nd Ave.. Durango, CO 81301.. 970-385-1920.. 15% off room rates.. Ferringway Condos.. 6 Ferringway Circle.. 970-247-0441.. 15% off.. Aspen Grove Bed and Breakfast.. 3935 CR 250.. 970-247-1430.. 10% off room rates.. Willowtail Springs Ranch.. 10451 Road 39.. Mancos, CO 81328.. 800-698-0603.. 15% off cabin rate.. Pine River Lodge.. 14443 CR 501.. Bayfield, CO 81122.. 970-884-2563.. 20% off low season.. Quality Inn.. 2930 Main Ave.. 970-259-5373.. Best Western Rio Grande Inn.. 400 East 2nd Avenue.. 800-245-4466.. Be.. st Western Inn and Suites.. 21382 US Highway 160 West.. 970-247-3251.. Duran.. go Hometown Hostel.. 723 Goeglein Gulch Road.. 970-385-4115.. $2 off per person per night.. Dining in Durango.. Durango has an amazing variety of food for such a small town! Check out the links below to plan your dining.. Durango Menus.. Durango Restaurants.. Durango Restaurants and Breweries..

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  • Title: Faculty and staff directory | Phone numbers, email, websites and offices
    Descriptive info: Directories & Maps.. Faculty & Staff Directories.. Maps Directions.. Social Media Directory.. Faculty Staff Directories.. Student Directory.. Need Help?.. Please use the form below to search for the contact information of any faculty or staff member at Fort Lewis College.. Or, click on the appropriate link below to download a printable version of the campus directories.. Departmental.. Quicklist.. Departmental Directory - Complete.. Employee.. Employee Directory - Complete.. Directory Search.. Search for Students.. Enter a full or partial first name and/or last name.. Choose a specific department, building, or title if you wish to narrow your search.. First Name.. Last Name.. Department.. All.. Academic Affairs.. Accounting (School of Bus Admin).. Accounts Payable(7144 or See Controller s Office).. Accounts Receivable(7144 or See Controller s Office).. Admission and Advising.. Adventure Education.. Alumni Office.. Animas Hall Office.. Anthropology.. Art.. Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences.. Auxiliary Services.. Bader-Snyder Hall Office.. Bill Payment(See Controller s Office).. Biology.. Board of Trustees for Fort Lewis College.. Bookstore.. Budget Office.. Business Administration (School of).. CO-AMP(Colo Alliance-Minority Particip.. ).. Camp Hall Office.. Campbell Child and Family Center.. Campus Dining Services -- Sodexo.. Career Services.. Cashiers(7361 or See Controller s Office).. Center for Civic Engagement.. Center of Southwest Studies(see Southwest Studies, Ctr of).. Central Stores.. Chemistry.. Colorado Plateau Forum(See Western Rgnl Issues.. Common Reading Experience.. Community Services, Office of.. Computer Science Information Systems.. Controller s Office.. Cooper Hall Office.. Counseling Center.. Crofton Hall Office.. Custodial Services (PPS).. Custodial Services - Housing.. Daniels Scholar Success Program.. Development(See Foundation/Development).. Disability Services.. Diversity Programming.. Economics.. El Centro.. Electrical Systems Maintenance.. Engineering(See Physics / Engineering).. English.. Enrollment Management.. Environmental Center.. Environmental Health and Safety.. Environmental Studies.. Equal Opportunity.. Equipment Maintenance.. Escalante.. Events PlanningSee Union Oper.. Facilities Sched.. Exercise Science.. Extended Studies(See Continuing Education).. Finance and Administration.. Financial Aid.. Foundation/Development.. Freshman Math Program.. Freshman Programs.. General Education.. Geosciences.. Grants (see Sponsored Research).. Grounds Maintenance.. Hazardous Materials(See Environmental Health Safety).. Health Center.. History.. Honors Program.. Housing Services(See Stu.. Housing and Conf.. Serv.. Human Resources.. I.. D.. Office(See Skycard Office).. Information Technology.. Inst.. Research, Planning and Assessment.. Internal Audit.. International Programs.. Intramurals/Club Sports.. Intramurals/Club Sports(See Recreational Svcs.. KDUR Radio Station.. Labor, Trades Crafts.. Law and Finance.. Leadership Center, The.. Local Affairs, Department of.. Management.. Marketing.. Marketing Communications.. Mathematics.. Mears-Centennial Office.. Mechanical Systems Maintenance.. Media Services.. Modern Languages.. Mountain Studies Institute.. National Student Exchange.. Native American Center.. Native American and Indigenous Studies.. Natural Behavioral Sciences.. Outdoor Pursuits.. Outdoor Pursuits(See Recreational Svcs.. Philosophy(See Pol.. Sci / Philosophy).. Physical Plant Services.. Physics / Engineering.. Police - Campus/Parking Services.. Political Science / Philosophy.. Postal Service.. President s Office.. Professional Assoc of FLC.. Program for Academic Advancement.. Project Management.. Psychology.. Purchasing.. Radio Station KDUR-FM(See KDUR Radio Station).. Recreational Services.. Registrar s Office.. STEM3.. San Juan Institute-Natural Cultural Res.. Security - Campus(See Police - Campus/Parking Services.. Service Center.. Skycard Office.. Sociology.. Sodexo(See Campus Dining).. Southwest Studies, Center of.. Southwest Studies, Department of.. Sponsored Research and Federal Relations.. Structural Maintenance.. Student Affairs.. Student Housing and Conference Services.. Student Life Center.. Student Life Center(See Recreational Svcs.. Student Programming Council(See Leadership Center).. Student Wellness.. TRIO Programs - Talent Search.. TRIO Programs - Upward Bound.. Teacher Education.. Teacher Education Outreach.. Testing Center.. Title III Grant.. Title III Grant: Biology.. Trademark Licensing (See Marketing Communications).. Union Operations Facilities Scheduling.. West Hall Office.. Women s Studies.. Writing Program.. Building.. Animas Hall.. Aquatic Center.. Art Hall.. Aspen Hall.. Bader A Hall.. Bader B Hall.. Bader C Hall.. Berndt Hall.. Camp Hall.. Campbell Child Family Center.. Centennial A Apartment.. Centennial B Apartment.. Centennial C Apartment.. Chemistry Hall.. Cooper Hall.. Crofton Hall.. Education/Business Hall.. Escalante Hall.. Jones.. Jones Hall.. Kroeger Hall.. Mears..  ...   Certified Athletic Trainer.. Chair of Campus Reading Board.. Chair, Professor/Pre-Health Advisor.. Chair/Assoc Professor.. Chair/Associate Professor.. Chair/Professor.. Chief of Police.. Choral Accompanist.. Clerical Asst.. Co-Recruiting Coordinator.. Communications.. Communications Manager.. Community Concert Hall Director.. Construction Manager.. Controller.. Coord of Degree Completion Adult Recruiting.. Coordinator.. Coordinator (Interim).. Coordinator Teacher Education Outreach.. Coordinator of Field Experiences.. Coordinator of Human Resources.. Coordinator of Learning Support.. Coordinator of Operations.. Coordinator of The Old Fort at Hersperus.. Coordinator, Degree Planning Resources.. Coordinator, Equal Opportunity.. Coordinator, Facilities Scheduling.. Coordinator, Student Wellness.. Coordinator: Comm.. Based Learning Research.. Costume Shop Supervisor.. Counselor.. Counselor, Tutor Coordinator Advisor.. Curator.. Custodian.. Custodian 1.. Custodian I.. Cycling- Director of Operations.. Data Analyst - Title III Grant.. Dean.. Dean of Students.. Defensive Assistant Football Coach.. Defensive Coordinator/DB.. Deputy Secretary.. Development Director.. Director.. Director of Alumni Relations.. Director of Budgets.. Director of Gift Planning.. Director of Operations.. Director of Orientation Special Programs.. Director of Philanthropic Relations.. Director of Web Development.. Director, Assistant Professor.. Director-Auxiliary Services Student Union.. Director/Assoc Professor.. Early Childhood Teacher.. Education Coordinator.. Electrical Trades II.. Enrichment Advisor.. Equip Operator IV.. Event Coordinator/ Office Mgr.. Exec Asst to the President.. Executive Chef.. Executive Director.. Facilities Supervisor.. Facility Planner.. Finance Director.. Financial Aid Counselor.. Financial Support Specialist.. General Labor 1.. General Laborer I.. General Manager.. General Professional II.. Grants Coordinator.. Grants and Contracts Manager.. Graphic Designer/Photography Publications.. Grounds Nursery III- Supervisor.. Grounds and Nursery II.. Head Athletic Trainer.. Head Football Coach.. Head Men s Basketball Coach.. Head Men s Golf Coach.. Head Men s Soccer Coach.. Head Softball Coach.. Head Volleyball Coach.. Head Women s Basketball Coach.. Head Women s Lacrosse Coach.. IT Professional I.. IT Professional II.. Information Services Librarian.. Instructor.. Interim Coord/Academic Success Resources.. Interim Dean.. Interim Director.. Interim Men s Road Cycling Coach.. Interim Women s Road Cycling Coach.. Internal Auditor.. Judicial Coordinator.. LTC Operations I.. Lab Coordinator.. Lab Director.. Lead DBA.. Leadership Programs Coordinator.. Librarian.. Library Asst, Periodicals.. Library Director.. Library Technician I.. Library Technician II.. Library Technician III.. Manager.. Manager, Admin Info Systems.. Manager, Networks Infrastructure.. Manager, Systems Administration.. Manager, Web Services Middleware.. Math Learning Support Specialist.. Mechanical Supervisor.. Media Coordinator.. Media Specialist II.. Mgr, Instructional Technology Client Svcs.. Music Director.. NBS Grant Assistant.. Network Support Technician.. Offensive Assistant Football Coach.. Office Assistant.. Office Manager.. Operations Assistant.. Payroll Accountant.. Physician Assistant/Director.. Pipe/Mech Trades I.. Pipe/Mech Trades II.. Police Officer.. Postdoctural Fellow.. President.. Professor of Theatre/Acting Chair.. Professor, Chair.. Professor/Chair.. Program Coordinator.. Program Director.. Project Assistant.. Project Director.. Project Manager.. Provost/Vice President.. Public Affairs Officer.. Publicist/Event Coordinator.. Purchasing Agent.. Regional Coordinator, DEM.. Regional Manager.. Registered Nurse.. Registrar.. Research Assistant.. Research Assoc/Instructor.. Residence Director.. Resident Assistant.. Retail Manager.. Rigorous Curriculum Coordinator.. Run Game Coordinator/OL.. Scholarship Manager.. Science and Math Advisor.. Senior Academic Success Advisor.. Senior Admission Counselor.. Senior Financial Manager.. Senior Graphic Designer.. Senior HR Consultant.. Senior Resident Assistant.. Senior Web Developer.. Service Center Manager.. Site Coordinator.. Social Media Coordinator Web Developer.. Station Manager.. Structural Trades II.. Student Billing - A/R.. Student Development Advisor.. Student Employment Specialist.. Student Records Specialist.. Student Services Specialist.. Student Success Advisor.. Study Abroad Advisor.. Supervisor/Custodian III.. Supervisor/Electrical Trades III.. Supervisor/Structrual Trades III.. Systems Administrator.. Systems Developer/Analyst.. Technical Director.. Technical Director/Scene Shop Manager.. Technical Services Coordinator.. Technical Services Librarian.. Telecom/Electronic Specialist III.. Testing Center Coordinator.. Text Book Mgr.. Ticket Office Manager.. Ticketing Services Manager.. Trademark Licensing Coordinator.. Training Director.. Transfer Evaluation Specialist.. Union Programming Coordinator.. Vice President.. Visiting Assistant Professor of Design.. Visiting Asst Professor.. Visiting Asst Professor, Chair.. Visiting Instructor.. Visiting Instructor, Language Lab Supervisor.. Visiting Professor.. Visiting Professor in Design.. Visiting Reference Librarian.. Visting Instructor.. Waseda Program Coordinator.. Web Developer.. Wide Receivers Coach/Film Coordinator.. adjunct..

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  • Title: A to Z Directory | All Academic and Administrative Departments at FLC
    Descriptive info: A to Z Directory.. To find a program or department please use the alphabetical list below or.. click here to Search the entire Fort Lewis College web site.. [.. Submit a correction/addition.. here.. ].. A.. B.. D.. E.. F.. G.. H.. J.. K.. L.. M.. N.. O.. P - Q.. R.. S.. T.. U - Z.. Show All.. Academic Programs.. Academic Success.. Accounting.. Accounts Receivable.. Accreditation.. Accuplacer Testing.. Administrative Assistants Council.. Admission Promise program.. Admission Requirements.. Advising.. Algebra Alcove.. Alumni Association.. Ambassadors.. Apply to Fort Lewis.. Apply to Fort Lewis (printable application).. Archives at Center of Southwest Studies.. Art.. Art Studios Galleries.. Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (School of).. Associated Students of FLC (ASFLC).. Athletic Training Education Program.. Athletics.. Band, Orchestra Ensembles.. Billing.. Board of Trustees.. Business Policies.. Calendar of Events.. Campus Dining.. Campus Dining - Catering.. Campus Historical Markers.. Campus ID - SkyCard.. Campus Living.. Campus Security Report.. Campus Visit.. Campus Walking Tour.. Catalog of Courses.. Centennial.. Choirs, Department of Music.. Civic Service.. Class Schedule.. CLEP Testing.. Clubs and Organizations.. Club Sports.. Code Red.. College Archives.. College Business Policies.. College Opportunity Fund.. Colorado Alliance for Minority Participation.. Commencement.. Community Based Learning Research.. Computer Labs.. Computer Science Information Systems.. Concurrent Students.. COPLAC.. Counseling Center.. Course Catalog.. Cultural Centers for Students.. Current Class Schedule.. Curriculum Committee.. Cycling Blog.. Cycling Club Team.. Delaney Library, Center of Southwest Studies.. Directories.. Durango.. ECheckup.. Education.. El Centro de Muchos Colores.. Emergency Services.. Employee Council.. Employment Opportunities.. Engineering.. Engineers Without Borders.. Enrichment Courses.. Enrollment Verification.. Ensembles, Department of Music.. Event Calendar.. Environmental Studies.. Exercise Science.. Facilities Master Plan.. Facilities Scheduling.. Faculty and Staff.. Faculty Governance Senate.. Faculty Webpages.. FAFSA.. Family Orientation.. Family Programs.. Family Weekend.. Fast Facts.. FERPA.. Finals Schedule.. Finish in Four.. Finish My Degree.. Fiscal Rules.. Fitness Programs.. FOCUSS - Four Corners Undergraduate STEM Success..  ...   Net Price Calculator.. New Mexico Reciprocal Award.. NSF-STEP - National Science Foundation STEM Expansion Program.. Nursing.. Off Campus Services.. Office of Community Services.. Office of Business Economic Research.. Open House.. Organizational Chart.. Orientation.. P-Q.. Parents Orientation.. Parents Weekend.. Parking Permit.. Pathways to Sustainability.. Payment Plan.. Peace Conflict Studies.. Peak Experiences.. Philosophy.. Physical Plant.. Physician Assistant.. Physics Engineering.. Placement Testing.. Police and Parking.. Political Science.. Portal.. Post Office.. Powwow, Hozhoni Days.. Pre-Health.. Pre-Law.. Preservation Heritage.. Privacy Statement.. Professional Associates.. Program for Academic Advancement (PAA).. Psychology.. Public Health.. Purchasing Office.. R25 (Internal Event Calendar).. Records Management (CSWS Archives).. Registrar s (Student Records) Office.. Religious Studies.. Request Transcripts.. Reserve a Computer Lab.. Robert Delaney Research Library.. Room Reservations.. San Juan Symphony.. Schedule Meetings / Events on Campus.. Scholarships.. School of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.. School of Business Administration.. School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences.. Sending Records to Archives.. The Senior Experience.. Skyhawk Booster Club.. Skyhawks Job Source (for employers).. Skyhawks Job Source (for students).. SkyCard - Campus ID.. SkyCash.. SkyCash--Guest Deposits.. Small Business Development Center.. Southwest Studies.. Southwest Studies Center.. Sponsored Research Federal Relations.. STEM3 Student Success Center.. Strategic Plan.. Store.. Student Ambassador Program.. Student Billing Cashiering.. Student Directory and Email.. Student Employment Handbook.. Student Government.. Student Grievance Policy.. Student Handbook.. Student Housing Conference Services.. Student Leadership.. Student Life Center.. Student Portal.. Student Support Services.. Study Abroad.. Sustainability.. Teacher Education, Department of.. Title III: Math Foundations and STEM Success.. Theatre.. Trademark Licensing.. Transcript Request.. Transfer Information and Policies.. Travel Office.. Tri the Rim Triathlon.. TRIO - Program for Academic Advancement (SSS).. TRiO Talent Search.. TRiO Upward Bound.. Tuition and Fees.. Tutoring.. U-Z.. Upward Bound.. U.. S.. Pro Cycling Challenge.. Varsity Sports.. Veterans.. Web Style Guidelines.. WebOPUS.. Welcome Week.. Work-Life Wellness Committee.. Work on Campus.. Work Order.. Work Study.. Writing Center.. Your Right to Know..

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  • Title: A liberal arts college in Colorado, we excel in experiential learning
    Descriptive info: About Fort Lewis College.. Ask a Student, Professor, Alum, Parent.. Campus Webcam.. Frequently Asked Questions.. Student Housing.. Fort Lewis College is a selective public liberal arts college in Colorado that launches careers through a compelling educational experience that features nationally recognized academic programs, extraordinary personal attention from faculty, the freedom of intellectual exploration, and once-in-a-lifetime experiential learning opportunities.. We are a physically active and athletic campus that takes full advantage of its breathtakingly beautiful mountain setting in Durango, Colorado.. About our location.. Our 247-acre Fort Lewis College campus is in southwestern Colorado, situated at 6,872 feet atop a mesa overlooking the Animas River Valley and historic downtown Durango.. The campus distinctive architectural theme utilizes locally quarried sandstone to acknowledge the region s Native puebloan building style and evoke the Four Corners landscape and colors.. Rankings Recognitions.. Forbes.. America s Best Colleges.. Colleges of Distinction.. 2012-2013.. Diverse Issues in Higher Education.. Top 100.. Sierra Magazine.. Cool School.. Outside Magazine.. Top 40 College Towns.. Princeton Review.. Best Green Colleges.. Best in the West.. Accreditations.. Higher Learning Commission of North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.. Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology.. American Chemical Society.. Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.. Commission on Accreditation  ...   podium.. 2005, 2009 2011 NCAA Division II Men s Soccer National Champions.. 2009-10, 2010-11, 2011-12 USA Cycling Division I National Champions.. 2010 NCAA Division II Women s Basketball National Runners Up.. NCAA Division II sports.. Basketball,Cross-country,Football,Golf,Lacrosse,Soccer,Softball,Volleyball.. Intercollegiate club sports.. Baseball, Lacrosse, Cycling, Rugby, Skiing Snowboarding, Soccer, Track Field, Tennis, Triathlon, Ultimate Frisbee.. Intramural sports.. Badminton, Basketball, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Kickball, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, and more.. Students.. Number of students:.. 3,856.. Students from.. 47 states, 139 American Indian tribes and Native Alaskan villages and 19 countries.. Male-to-female ratio:.. 53:47.. Multicultural population:.. 37%.. Campus residents:.. 1,307.. Mid-range ACT scores:.. 20-25.. Mid-range SAT scores.. Critical Reading:.. 460-570.. Math:.. 460-560.. Writing:.. 430-550.. Average high school GPA of 2011 freshman class:.. 3.. 13.. Percentage in top quarter of graduating class:.. 28%.. Most Popular Majors.. Business Administration.. Faculty Profile.. Number.. 229.. Tenured/tenure-track faculty with highest degree in discipline.. 98%.. Colorado Professors of the Year.. Five from English, Teacher Education, History, and two from Chemistry.. Mentoring culture.. Our faculty pride themselves on personal attention to their students, taking an active interest in their students progress, tailoring their assistance to each learner s needs, and assisting students with the graduate school application process and finding employment in the field..

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  • Title: Academic programs at Fort Lewis College
    Descriptive info: Academic Directory.. Academics at Fort Lewis College.. Academic Affairs - Provost.. School of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences.. School of Business Administration.. School of Natural, Behavorial, Sciences.. Special Academic Programs.. Teacher Education Department.. Grow your mind in our top-notch academic programs.. Hone your professional skills through undergraduate research, field studies, internships, public performances and presentations, and study abroad programs.. Expand your world with an interdisciplinary liberal arts approach to learning.. You won t just learn a subject, you ll engage in critical thinking and creative problem solving -- preparing you for living, not just making a living.. Click on an academic major below to learn more!.. Close.. The Accounting program at Fort Lewis College prepares you for an immediate career in public, private, business, or governmental accounting, boosted by an academic foundation that enables you to also pursue graduate study.. We do this through small classes, active learning, personal attention from expert faculty, and a curriculum that balances theory and practical applications –- this is the School of Business Administration's proven strategy for our graduates' success building rewarding careers.. We back up that solid foundation with accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International.. The School of Business Administration is one of only 5 percent of business schools worldwide that hold this international honor.. Our students also get to practice their skills in real-world business settings.. Internship opportunities for accounting majors abound both in the local Durango community and the Front Range cities around Denver.. Our Junior Trimester Abroad and Innovative Month program formats also provide unique and affordable educational experiences to our students.. And you, too, can be ready for that world because our students make professional connections through programs such as the Beta Alpha Psi, the FLC chapter of the accounting honor society, which organizes an annual visit to Denver-area financial firms, corporations, and government agencies.. Interesting Accounting courses.. Financial Accounting.. Management Organizational Behavior.. Strategic Management.. Investments Portfolio Management.. View all courses for the Accounting Major in our course catalog.. Visit the Accounting Program Website.. What can you do with a degree in Accounting?.. Account executive.. Auditor.. Market research analyst.. Public accountant.. Stock broker.. Learn more about careers in Accounting (PDF).. Connect with our Accounting program!.. School of Business Facebook page.. School of Business LinkedIn page.. As an Adventure Education student at Fort Lewis College, you will learn how to lead and teach in a variety of settings that use outdoor and adventure environments to promote positive change in individuals, organizations, and society.. You'll achieve this using human-powered outdoor pursuits including backpacking, ropes-challenge courses, rock climbing, mountaineering, and river paddling to expose individuals and groups to new growth opportunities.. Experiential and project-based learning is both the key and the point of the Adventure Education program, students learn both what to teach and how to teach it.. Our spectacular location, where the Rocky Mountains meet the southwest's canyons and deserts, means we can extend the definition of classroom to include the peaks, rivers, forests, and canyonlands of southwestern Colorado and the Four Corners region.. In the Adventure Education program, you'll also:.. experience a 15-credit immersion semester, spending 4 to 10 days at a time backpacking and canoeing in the mountains and deserts of the Four Corners region,.. earn at least 60 days of leadership and instruction experience beyond your classes through summer work with camps, outdoor programs, and other organizations,.. and Intern with an adventure-based program.. for 7 to 15 weeks.. These internships are often stepping stones to your first adventure education jobs.. Interesting Adventure Education courses.. Wilderness Expedition.. Philosophy Theory of Adventure Education.. Wilderness First Responder.. Adventure Leadership.. View all courses for the Adventure Education major in our course catalog.. Student Testimonials.. I chose Adventure Education as my major because I enjoy the outdoors as well as teaching others.. What made me so engaged was the block semester.. During this semester I was not only learning outside the classroom but I was learning new ways to teach new topics.. I was learning in an environment that was new, and loving what I was learning the whole time.. -- Spencer Lewis // Adventure Education major.. As part of the Adventure Education program, you spend a lot time in the back country with teachers and students, and sometimes we had all we needed for ten days in our backpacks.. You spend time hiking, setting up camp, doing survival stuff -- but then there are also about three lessons per day.. That was really awesome, and I learned so much more than I would have just in the classroom.. -- Brittany Meyer // Adventure Education major.. Visit the Adventure Education website.. What you can do with a degree in Adventure Education.. Challenge course facilitator.. Environmental educator.. Field naturalist.. Summer camp program director.. Park ranger.. Learn more about careers in Adventure Education (PDF).. What some Adventure Education graduates are doing.. Environmental Educator at Durango Nature Studies.. Field Instructor with Navitat Canopy Tours in North Carolina.. Zipline Design and Installation Specialist for Bonsai Adventures in Montana.. Outdoor Educator with Wasatch Academy in Utah.. Wilderness Therapy Specialist at Pacific Quest in Hawaii.. Connect with our Adventure Education program!.. Adventure Education Facebook page.. Adventure Education blog.. In the Anthropology program at Fort Lewis College, you'll be exploring the past while shaping your future.. You'll conduct actual research and apply anthropological principles to contemporary problems in laboratories, field schools, internships, research, and service learning projects.. And both in and out of the classroom, you'll learn effective communication and critical thinking skills.. You'll also experience the collaborative nature of anthropology by working on projects with researchers from other disciplines.. Our spectacular location, where the Rocky Mountains meet the Southwest's canyons and deserts, also provides rich opportunities for hands-on field research and archaeological investigations.. You'll find opportunities to participate in local historic and prehistoric fieldwork, and participate in volunteer work and internships with the many nearby nationally renowned locations and organizations, including Mesa Verde National Park, Canyons of the Ancients National Monument, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, the Anasazi Heritage Center, and Chimney Rock Archaeological Area.. The best way to explore Anthropology, though, is by going out and getting dirty.. Here, you'll be able to be part the ongoing excavation and documentation of the Pigg Site, a prehistoric pueblo community dating to A.. 1200s.. The site, consisting of some 50 pueblo rooms, is owned by the Fort Lewis College Foundation for training students in archaeological field techniques.. Interesting Anthropology courses.. Human Biological Variation.. Prehistory of the Southwest.. Magic Religion.. Medical Anthropology.. View all courses for the Anthropology Major in our course catalog.. Visit our Anthropology Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Anthropology.. Museum curator.. Forensic scientist.. Genealogist.. Paleontologist.. Learn more about careers in Anthropology (PDF).. Anthropology links.. In the Art Department, your curriculum will prepare you to be an active and successful artist -- however you want to define success -- in fields including art history, ceramics, digital media, drawing, graphic design, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.. With the guidance of mentoring faculty who are active artists themselves, you will build skills, explore concepts, employ current technologies, learn safe studio practices, and hone your professionalism.. You will also grow an understanding of the power of art to reflect and shape the larger socio-cultural world.. Our small classes encourage the hands-on exchange of ideas, and collaborative projects create close working relationships with professors and other students, which together forge our uniquely tight-knit department.. And you'll be sharing your work with our vibrant campus and local art communities through frequent shows and displays in our two public art galleries in the spacious and naturally-lit Art Building, which also houses ten studio/classrooms and several specialty studios.. Interesting Art courses.. Visual Foundations.. Typography.. Art Media Methods for Teachers.. Digital Media.. View all courses for the Art major in our course catalog.. Art option.. Business Art option.. Graphic Design option.. K-12 Teaching option.. Visit our Art Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Art.. Animator.. Architect.. Art therapist.. Gallery director.. Illustrator.. Set designer.. Learn more about careers in Art (PDF).. Art links.. School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.. Athletic Training.. Our students begin their practical studies earlier than at other schools, working hands-on with NCAA Division II athletes.. We believe in instilling leadership skills and scientific knowledge through practical experiences, practicing the professional skills needed to provide the highest quality health care to patients, clients, and athletes.. Our small classes assure you'll get an individualized education from our expert faculty -- not from graduate students.. Our faculty work closely with their students, taking pride in keeping their office doors open, being involved in their students' progress, and tailoring their assistance to each learner's needs.. The Fort Lewis College's Athletic Training Education program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education.. Our program is housed in Whalen Gymnasium, in our own athletic training room, where our students get real-world experience working with intercollegiate club and NCAA division II athletes in training and game settings.. Whalen Gymnasium is conveniently located adjacent to the Aquatic Center, Ray Dennison Memorial Field, Dirks Field, the Softball Complex, and the Student Life Center so our program's students can work with FLC athletes, giving our students opportunities to grow their scientific knowledge, get practical experience, and develop leadership skills.. Interesting Athletic Training courses.. Computer Applications in Exercise Science.. Evaluation of Injuries.. Nutrition Fitness Sport.. Therapeutic Exercise.. View all courses for the Athletic Training major in our course catalog.. Testimonials.. Here at FLC, it's pretty cool the way you take classes and then get in the athletic training room and do it.. At big universities you wouldn't get that chance right away.. Here, it's really hands-on.. You reinforce what you learn in the classroom, and it applies to real athletics.. -- Jourdan Bennett-Begaye // Athletic Training student.. The Athletic Training program at Fort Lewis College is one of the most challenging and rewarding experiences I ever had.. I can't even count all of the unique, weird, and cool injuries I was able to see.. I am grateful to have been a part of a program that encourages you to grow as a student and as a person.. All of that hard work you put in does pay off.. -- Alyssa Fredericks // Alumna, Athletic Trainer with Mercy Medical Center at Durango High School.. Visit our Athletic Training Program website.. What you can do with a degree in Athletic Training.. Cardiopulmonary specialist.. Director of school physical education program.. Nutritionist.. Sports rehabilitation technician.. Trainer at fitness club.. Learn more about careers in Athletic Training (PDF).. Some of our graduates are now employed by.. Colorado College.. Colorado School of Mines.. Kentucky Wesleyan University.. Mercy Regional Medical Center, Durango.. Next Level Sports Performance, Golden, Colo.. Salt Lake City Regional Medical Center.. Southern California Orthopedics Institute.. University of Florida.. Some of our alumni have attended graduate programs at.. Adams State College.. Arkansas State University.. Regis University.. San Jose State University.. University of Utah.. Utah State University.. West Texas A M.. Athletic Training links.. Exercise Science Department.. School of Natural Behavioral Sciences.. The Biology Department at Fort Lewis College prepares you for many careers in biology and biology-related fields, including studies in numerous fields important to the health of the environment, nursing, and medicine.. Biology is one of the largest majors at Fort Lewis College, and with the completion of the college's new Biology Wing, our students have access to modern, state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.. And our students use those laboratories -- meaning here you won't just study Biology, you'll DO it.. In addition, our field-related courses commonly use nearby U.. National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, and Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife lands for outdoor, field-based exercises and research.. At Fort Lewis College, our focus is on undergraduate education, so our students have research and experience opportunities that are often reserved for only graduate students at larger universities.. Our undergraduate researchers make real and meaningful contributions to their fields through studies, presentations at conferences and competitions, and occasionally, by having their research published.. Our small classes mean you get an individualized education from our expert faculty.. Because our faculty's focus is on teaching, they work closely with their students, taking pride in keeping their office doors open, being involved in their students' progress, and tailoring their assistance to each learner's needs.. Interesting Biology courses.. Entomology.. Genetics.. Immunology.. Zoology.. View all courses for the Biology Major in our course catalog.. Biology for Secondary Teachers option.. Cellular and Molecular Biology option.. Environmental and Organismic Biology option.. General Biology option.. Visit our Biology Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Biology.. Environmental Consultant.. Forensic Scientist.. Microbiologist.. Nurse.. Wildlife Biologist.. Learn more about careers for Biology majors (PDF).. What some Biology graduates are doing.. Some of our alumni are currently employed in the following positions:.. Conservation Land Manager, La Plata County, Colorado.. Dental Assistant, Durango, Colorado.. District Wildlife Manager, Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife, Fort Morgan, Colorado.. Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Namaste Health Center, Durango, Colorado.. Environmental Consultant, Ecosphere Environmental Services, Durango, Colorado.. Fisheries Biologist, U.. Fish and Wildlife Service, Gunnison, Colorado.. Nurse, U.. Navy, San Diego, California.. Nutritionist, Peak Wellness and Nutrition, Durango, Colorado.. Physician's Assistant, Rebound Orthopedic and Neurosurgery, Portland, Oregon.. Wildlife Biologist, U.. Forest Service, Dolores, Colorado.. Some of our alumni have gone on to graduate school at the following institutions:.. Master's Degree in Biology, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.. Master's Degree in Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington.. Master's of Science Program, Department of Animal Biology, School of Natural Resources, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois.. Ph.. Program, Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.. Professional Science Masters Program in Ecohydrology Science and Management, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho.. Veterinary Medicine Degree Program, School of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan.. Biology links.. The Business Administration major provides you with a broad base of knowledge for beginning a business career that will enable maximum flexibility in positions and changes throughout your career.. You'll develop a basic understanding of the social, legal, and economic environments of business, including an introduction to international business, organizational behavior, the principles of leadership and organization theory, the quantitative tools of decision-making, and the functional areas of a firm.. You'll work with academic advisors to select courses that enhance your particular interest, with an emphasis on developing a general background and a well-balanced understanding of a variety of business environments, while preparing you for a professional career or graduate school.. The School of Business Administration also plays a significant role in the economic development of the Four Corners region.. In addition to internships and course-based student business assistance and service learning programs, we are home to a Small Business Development Center -- meaning you'll be honing your business skills in real and active economic settings.. Assuring you of a quality education, the FLC School of Business Administration is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International, one of fewer than one-third of U.. business schools and only 5 percent of business schools worldwide the meet the standards of AACSB International accreditation.. Interesting Business Administration courses.. Global Marketing.. Innovation, Design Development.. New Business Venturing.. View all courses for the Business Administration major in our course catalog.. Business Administration option.. Engineering Management option.. Finance option.. International Business option.. Management option.. Tourism Hospitality Management option.. Visit our Business Administration program web page.. What you can do with a degree in Business Administration.. Business entrepreneur.. Financial planner.. Resort manager.. Investment banker.. Systems analyst.. Learn more about careers in Business Administration (PDF).. Connect with our Business Administration program!.. School of Business Administration Facebook page.. School of Business Administration LinkedIn page.. School of Business Administration website.. In the Fort Lewis College Chemistry Department, our focus is on undergraduate chemical and biochemical education.. That means our students have personalized attention in their courses from faculty who hold Ph.. s in their respective fields.. Every faculty member offers research opportunities that are often reserved for graduate students at larger universities.. Our undergraduate researchers make real and meaningful contributions to their fields, including medicinal chemistry, materials synthesis, bioremediation and environmental analysis, biotechnology, medicine, and more.. Our American Chemical Society-accredited program prepares students for 21st century chemistry and biochemistry.. Students and faculty in the Chemistry Department use environmentally aware green chemistry techniques and are active in developing green reaction methods.. In addition to a well-rounded chemical and biochemical education our students have the skills to be lifetime learners, effective communicators, and critical thinkers preparing them to be flexible and adaptable to ever changing and rapidly evolving technological and scientific professions and jobs.. Interesting Chemistry courses.. Analytical Chemistry.. Biochemistry.. Quantum Mechanics.. Synthesis Spectroscopy.. View all courses for the Chemistry major in our course catalog.. Biochemistry option.. Chemistry for Secondary Teachers option.. Chemistry option.. What you can do with a degree in Chemistry.. Medical Researcher.. Pharmaceutical Salesperson.. Process Developer.. Water and Air Quality Analyst.. Learn more about careers in Chemistry (PDF).. Visit our Chemistry Department website.. What some Chemistry graduates are doing.. Some of our graduates are employed at the following companies:.. Intel.. Argonne National Labs.. Los Alamos National Labs.. Omnimark Instrument Group.. Western Governor's Association.. Bell Labs.. University of Arizona.. Northern Virginia Community College.. University of California.. Perkin Elmer.. Evaporated Coatings.. University of California-Berkeley.. University of Washington.. University of Minnesota.. University of Wisconsin.. Colorado State University.. Arizona State University.. New Mexico Institute of Mining Technology.. Montana State University.. University of New Mexico.. University of California-San Diego.. Chemistry links.. The Economics major provides you with an understanding of economic principles underlying the business world, as well as the relationships between economics and business decision-making in the national and global economies.. Economics prepares you to either continue graduate studies or to work in government and business.. Interesting Economics courses.. Evolution of Economic Thought.. Economics of Crime.. Game Theory.. Investments Portfolio Management.. View all courses for the Economics major in our course catalog.. Economics option.. Business Economics option.. Visit our Business Administration webpage.. What you can do with a degree in Economics.. City manager.. Development Specialist.. Entrepreneur.. Financial Planner.. Learn more about careers for Economics majors (PDF).. The business school at Fort Lewis College taught me to value others based on integrity and character; to show compassion, courage and not be afraid of personal sacrifice.. In the fall I will be attending Gonzaga University for graduate school and I will use what Fort Lewis College has taught me to propel me to greater success.. --Natalie Janes, 2012 graduate.. Connect with our School of Business Administration!.. Fort Lewis College offers two exciting Engineering programs.. The Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree is a unique program designed to produce broadly-trained and creative engineers who can meet the emerging challenges facing the engineering profession and our increasingly global society.. This program is designed to provide a solid foundation and breadth in mathematics, basic sciences, engineering science and design, communications, humanities, and social sciences, with opportunities for discipline specific depth in Physics, Electronics and Thermal/Fluids Sciences.. The second option is a Bachelor of Science degree in the Engineering-Physics option of the Physics major.. The Engineering Physics program is accredited by the Engineering  ...   musician.. Vocalist.. Learn more about careers in Music (PDF).. Music links.. Music Department.. Percussion Studio Facebook Page.. Native American & Indigenous Studies.. Native American Indigenous Studies offers an interdisciplinary, comparative, and ultimately transformative approach to the study of the historical, political, social, and on-going experiences of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and indigenous people worldwide.. In the NAIS program, we build on the exciting possibilities found in the values of Native communities and global indigenous thought.. Our curriculum prepares you to participate in the Indian self-determination processes in many fields and in a variety of careers in or near Indian Country, with a special orientation toward the cultural, social, political, and economic aspirations and potential of America's and the world's indigenous peoples.. The concepts and methodologies in the NAIS program gives you the background and skills to work for tribal government, schools, indigenous enterprises, and a variety of careers benefiting indigenous communities -- or anyplace that needs quality information and understandings of Native peoples, skills in personal and media communications, understandings of policy issues and economic conditions, and a vision of the role of tribal cultures in inter-ethnic environments.. Interesting Native American Indigenous Studies courses.. Development of U.. Indian Policy.. History of American Indians in Film.. Native American in the Modern World.. Tribal Preservation.. View all courses for the Native American and Indigenous Studies major in our course catalog.. Visit the NAIS Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Native American Indigenous Studies.. Community organizer.. Cultural anthropologist.. Indian law specialist.. Tribal government leader.. Learn more about careers in NAIS (PDF).. Native American Indigenous Studies links.. NAIS Department.. Philosophy.. The study of philosophy explores the fascinating range of theories and worldviews that have been offered in humankind's attempt to comprehend reality.. Majoring in philosophy is a good choice for many students, but especially those planning on graduate work in the humanities, a law degree, or an MBA.. Many students even find it worthwhile to double major in philosophy and another field, such Philosophy and Biology as preparation for medical school.. Courses at Fort Lewis College cover both western philosophy and many non-western traditions.. The program provides a strong grounding in the history of philosophy, while acquainting students with contemporary theories and approaches in all four major areas of philosophy: metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and logic.. Philosophy classes here at Fort Lewis College encourage lively debate among students and professors over issues most central to our lives.. The Philosophy Club sponsors numerous receptions, talks, and events.. We also offer exciting off-campus experiences to students interested in combining philosophy with adventurous trips abroad.. Interesting Philosophy courses.. Ancient Medieval Philosophy.. Environmental Ethics.. Chinese Philosophy.. Philosophy of Mind Language.. View all courses for the Philosophy major in our course catalog.. View our Philosophy Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Philosophy.. CEO.. Diplomat.. Lawyer.. Learn more about careers in Philosophy (PDF).. In a practical sense, the philosophy program encouraged me to develop critical reasoning and effective communication skills.. Within months of graduating, I was found full time work in hospitality management; an achievement I credit largely to the skills I learned as a philosophy major at FLC.. Classroom discussion about ancient Greek philosophy might seem far from pleasing guests in a hotel, but the skill involved in carefully and compassionately listening to what a classmate thinks about Plato is identical to listening to a customer's needs so that superior service can be provided.. Undoubtedly, the philosophy program at FLC encouraged me to develop valuable skills for the workplace, but the small and personal nature of the department afforded me much more.. --Ryan Michael Murphy, pursuing graduate degree at San Francisco State University.. Philosophy links.. Philosophy Department.. Philosophy Department Facebook group.. Physics.. Physics is the cornerstone of all the natural sciences, probing the physical laws underlying all physical processes.. It is this sense of the role physicists play in a modern, technological global society that drives us to instill in our students a strong grounding in mathematics and physics, while being immersed in an atmosphere of a broad, liberal education in the humanities and social sciences.. We prepare students for successful careers as engineers, scientists, technologists, and graduate scholars.. Students leave our program with the skills, training, and flexibility to adapt to tomorrow's demands for modern, interdisciplinary careers in a rapidly changing technological society.. Your guarantee is that our program is accredited by ABET, the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology -- the mark of a top-quality physics education.. We do this through small classes, meaning you get an individualized education from our expert faculty.. And because our expert faculty's focus is on teaching rather than research, they work closely with their students, taking pride in keeping their office doors open, being involved in their students' progress, and tailoring their assistance to each learner's needs.. Also, because our focus is on undergraduate education, our students have.. Interesting Physics courses.. Electric Networks.. Heat Thermodynamics.. Optics.. View all courses for the Physics major in our course catalog.. Engineering-Physics option.. Physics option.. Physics for Secondary Teaching option.. Visit the Physics Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Physics.. Astronomer.. Engineer.. Medical researcher.. Research development specialist.. Teacher.. Physics links.. Physics Department.. Political Science.. Politics fuel our communities, and political science seeks to understand those complex social phenomena.. The study of political science shapes citizens and leaders who think independently, communicate effectively, and navigate successfully in a multicultural and ever-changing world.. A Political Science major prepares students for graduate school or law school, as well as careers in journalism, international affairs, elementary and secondary education, and government.. The Fort Lewis College Political Science Department engages students in this exciting world through classes and student-centered activities that critically explore and evaluate politics and governments both in the United States and internationally.. Students also can earn real-world experience through a variety of internships with public interest groups, in legal offices, and as legislative aides to elected officials on the local and state levels.. Interesting Political Science courses.. Middle East Politics.. Water Politics and Policy.. The American Presidency.. Global Environmental Politics.. View all courses for the Political Science major in our course catalog.. Visit our Political Science Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Political Science.. Attorney.. Educator (High School/College and University).. Foreign Service Officer.. International Non-Profit Administrator.. Public Policy Analyst with Government or Private Business.. Learn more about careers in Political Science.. What some Political Science graduates are doing.. Recent political science graduates are involved in a number of careers, including business, politics, government service, the armed forces, law, criminal justice, and efforts to work for both international and domestic peace and justice.. Some recent graduates are attending, or have completed, the following graduate programs and law schools:.. Louisiana State University, American Political Theory.. Northern Arizona University, Graduate Studies in Political Science.. University of Arizona Law School.. University of California San Diego Law School.. University of Colorado Denver, Public Policy and Administration.. University of Denver, Josef Korbel School of International Studies.. University of Maryland, Master in Public Policy Program.. University of New Mexico Law School.. University of Vermont, Political Science.. Most of my efforts in the department were.. studying law.. This time was amazingly instructive in the development of my own counter-narrative.. I have learned a great deal and am enthused to continue this education.. --Amanda (Margot) Newman, currently attending law school at Indiana University.. I just wanted you to know how much of an effect you have on students, even after they leave your classroom and the political science program.. It is truly appreciated.. I would not be the person I am today without my political science classes at Fort Lewis College.. --Britany Schaffer, currently attending law school at the University of New Mexico.. Political Science links.. Political Science Department.. School of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.. Fort Lewis College's Department of Psychology offers a creative and practical curriculum tailored to the needs of today's job market and the ever-changing demands of the profession.. We offer small, unique courses, and hands-on learning through laboratory, field, and clinical research.. Students also can study in Asia and Europe, practice clinical psychology at a California state hospital, and present papers at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association conferences -- experiences that prepare you for graduate programs and successful careers.. Our small classes also mean you get an individualized education from our expert faculty.. Our research program, field exercises, and co-op opportunities also offer extensive first-hand experiences with real-world phenomena while under the direct supervision of experts.. We provide numerous laboratory, field and clinical research activities, and all students are encouraged to pursue original research in a number of courses.. Interesting Psychology courses.. Child Psychology.. Group Dynamics.. Human Memory Cognition.. Psychological Testing.. View all courses for the Psychology major in our course catalog.. Visit our Psychology Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Psychology.. Advertising executive.. Data analysis.. Health services.. Mental health counselor.. Occupational therapist.. Public relations.. Special education.. Wilderness therapy counselor/field instructor.. Learn more about careers in Psychology (PDF).. What some Psychology graduates are doing.. Some of our alumni are currently employed in the following fields and positions:.. Admissions counselor/academic advisor positions.. Animal control/animal behavior programs.. Data analysis positions.. Nonprofit programs (youth services, family services, domestic violence, etc).. Psychology technician/entry level mental health worker.. Public relations positions.. Recreational services positions.. Doctoral program at Claremont University, Applied Social.. Doctoral program at Northern Arizona University, Counseling.. Doctoral program at Pacific University, Clinical.. Doctoral program at Tufts University, Developmental.. Doctoral program at University of Alaska, Clinical-Community Counseling.. Law school at Gonzaga University.. Master's program at California State University, Fullerton, Rehabilitation counseling.. Master's program at Loyola University, Counseling Psychology.. Master's program at New York University, International Studies.. Master's program at University of California, Santa Barbara, Music Therapy.. Psychology links.. Psychology Department.. Public Health is the science of protecting and improving the health of communities through education, promotion of healthy lifestyles, and researching into disease and injury prevention.. Public health practitioners teach and train people to keep themselves healthy to avoid the need for medical treatment.. You can help your community right away in Public Health.. In a time when more and more people find themselves unable to afford health care and do the things needed to have healthy families, there is a growing demand for professionals trained in the field of public health.. The Public Health degree program here at Fort Lewis is composed of a core of courses that covers a basic public health curriculum, and additional courses that give students the ability to pursue areas of interest to them through a variety of tracks that include Public Health Practice, Allied Health, Media, Psychosocial, and Native American Health.. All tracks culminate in hands-on public health service-learning experiences that prepare students to step into real-world public health careers.. Interesting Public Health courses.. Communicable Chronic Disease.. Epidemiology.. Environmental Health.. People the Planet.. View all courses for the Public Health major in our course catalog.. Visit our Public Health Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Public Health.. Environmental health manager.. Epidemiologist.. Health policy analyst.. International health specialist.. Public health nurse.. I am proud to be one of the first Public Health students to graduate in the state of Colorado.. Choosing this major has opened unexpected doors for me: from taking time to learn about global health issues on a school trip to Africa, to broadening my scope of possibility in combination with my other major, Spanish, I know that my education here has been wildly unique and I am so grateful for that.. I look forward to attending nursing school in a couple of years with the knowledge I acquired through the Public Health program at Fort Lewis College.. ---Mackenzie Morgan, Public Health major.. Public Health links.. Public Health Department.. Sociology & Human Services.. At Fort Lewis College, you can work for change while you're in school.. In the Sociology Human Services program, you'll learn to think critically about the world you live in and the daily events you read about in the news.. It is through the study of sociology that we learn how our lives and ideas are shaped by the larger social world.. Additionally, sociology helps us recognize how we participate in the construction of the social world.. You'll also find ways to work for the welfare of others and to create change.. And you won't just be learning how to do this from books: You'll be in the community making it happen.. The experiences you gain through Block Internship, Mexico, Community Services, and Service Learning programs will help you find meaningful employment or get admitted into graduate school.. Students with degrees in Sociology pursue careers in a wide range of professions, including law, social work, community planning, law enforcement, corrections, probation, social research, and human services.. Our graduates have also followed their passions in a variety of non-profit organizations involved in at-risk youth, environmental campaigns, immigrant rights, affordable housing, and health care.. Others have continued on to post-graduate and professional schools.. Sociology majors complete a common core of Sociology classes which incorporate theory, writing, and service learning courses.. Students are also able to choose from a variety of classes that emphasize their interests.. Throughout your studies, our small classes also mean you get an individualized education from our expert faculty.. Interesting Sociology courses.. Mind, Self, and Society.. Ecology and Society.. Social Change.. The Social Construction of Sexuality.. Theories of Social Personal Life.. View all courses for the Sociology/Human Services major in our course catalog.. Criminology option.. Ethnic Studies option.. Visit our Sociology/Human Services Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Sociology.. Community or consumer advocate.. Community planner/designer.. Criminologist.. Labor relations specialist.. Non-profit worker.. Learn more about careers in Sociology (PDF).. Testimonial.. Sociology helped, guided, and at times, forced me to understand and contemplate the riddle of the lived experience.. The chaos of the world doesn't feel as ominous and massive now because I have gained skills which have allowed me to see the patterns throughout history and all of its facets of society…I feel more prepared than others because sociology has encouraged me to live within the contradictions and paradoxes of the lived experience.. – Alexandira Whitten, 2012 graduate.. Sociology links.. Sociology/Human Services Department.. Spanish.. The Modern Languages Department promotes international understanding through excellence in foreign language instruction.. Our faculty all have native or near-native fluency in the languages they teach, and they employ the most up-to-date methods to teach communication skills effectively.. Students who major or minor in foreign languages can choose careers in a variety of fields, including international business, the Foreign Service, translation and interpretation, teaching, or social work.. Many of our majors continue their studies at the graduate level in areas such as cultural studies, linguistics, and literature.. Others use their language expertise to pursue advanced degrees in law, medicine, and other disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.. Interesting Spanish courses.. Chicano Literature.. Hispanic Cultures Civilizations.. Spanish Conversation Composition.. Survey of Spanish Literature.. View all courses for the Spanish major in our course catalog.. Spanish option.. Dual Language option.. Latin American option.. -Latino Studies option.. Visit our Modern Languages Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Spanish.. Bilingual educator.. Foreign news correspondent.. Public health worker.. Tourism industry official.. Learn more about careers in Spanish (PDF).. Spanish links.. Modern Languages Department.. The Fort Lewis College Teacher Education Department offers a teacher licensure program designed to enable students to qualify for a Colorado teaching license.. The Teacher Education Department endeavors to attract individuals with a high potential for successfully completing teacher preparation courses and fieldwork.. The program makes it possible for undergraduate students to complete both a bachelor's degree and qualify for a teaching license within four academic years.. Students holding a Bachelor's Degree may enter our Post-baccalaureate Program and complete and licensure program.. The Teacher Education Department serves the long-term interests of a global society by preparing effective teachers who celebrate learning, value diversity and excellence, promote creative and critical thinking, and are compassionate and reflective.. We are also committed to preparing Native American and Latino educators, striving to enhance educational opportunities for under-represented groups.. Interesting Teacher Education courses.. Education: Global Perspectives.. Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language.. Instructional Equality.. Children's Literature.. Technology in Education.. View all courses for the Interdisciplinary Studies major in our course catalog - Teacher Education option.. To see courses for other education-related majors, please choose the major of the content (e.. g.. Mathematics).. View our Teacher Education Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Teacher Education.. Certified teacher in public or private schools.. ESL instructor.. International educator.. School counselor.. Special education teacher.. Learn more about careers in Teacher Education.. The Fort Lewis Teacher Education Department has allowed my the wonderful opportunity to work with amazing individuals who have made it their life goal to give back to the profession that they love.. I have been fortunate enough to be able to work with the education department's members one-on-one and really felt valued as a fellow teacher.. I still communicate with them today about my teaching experiences and we continue to grow and work together to become better educators.. --Brian Geisinger, high school math instructor.. The Teacher Education Department at Fort Lewis College has created a close knit relationship with the local school system that is second to none.. That relationship presented me the opportunity to get to know potential employers and coworkers on a deeper level than is provided from a typical Teacher Education program, which in turn led to a full time position right out of school.. The exposure to multiple educational settings prepared me to be successful in a multitude of positions in the field.. --Dreher Robertson, high school advisor.. links.. Teacher Education Department.. School of Natural and Behavioral Sciences.. Teacher Education Facebook page.. In theater, having experience is vital for both graduate schools or jobs.. That's why at Fort Lewis College, you don't just study theatre -- you act, direct, write, design, create, and perform.. And because our expert and professional faculty's focus is on teaching, they work closely with their students, taking pride in keeping their office doors open and being involved in their students' progress, assuring you an individualized learning experience.. And our emphasis is on experience.. The Theatre Department at Fort Lewis College pursues an exciting and innovative curriculum stressing collaborative hands-on skill-building, experiential learning, innovative and broad production programming, professional guest artist engagements, and national and international internship opportunities.. For more than 50 years, the Theatre Building and its Mainstage Theatre have been the center for campus drama and performing arts, hosting frequent faculty- and student-directed shows, student productions, and class projects.. The building features classrooms, two theatres, a prop room and a set-building facility.. Theatre Department.. Interesting Theatre courses.. Asian Performance.. Make-up Costume Design.. Playwriting.. Stage Technology.. View all courses for the Theatre major in our course catalog.. Arts Administration option.. Design and Technical Theatre.. Performance and Directing option.. Secondary Drama Teaching option.. Theatre Generalist.. Visit our Theatre Department website.. What you can do with a degree in Theatre.. Actor.. FX artist.. Screenwriter.. Talent agent.. Learn more about careers in Theatre (PDF).. heatre links..

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    Descriptive info: Admission to Fort Lewis College.. Admission on Facebook.. Colorado Residency.. Contact Admission Office.. Scholarship and Net Price Calculator.. College Admission Requirements.. Freshman standards.. 92 CCHE Index.. Freshman applicant acceptance rate.. 68%.. Average high school GPA.. Transfer standards.. 2.. 4 GPA or higher at previous colleges attended.. Mid-range ACT scores.. Transfer applicant acceptance rate.. 65%.. Ready to Apply Now?.. Application Materials.. In addition to the application (either.. online.. or.. paper.. ), please submit the following:.. Official high school transcripts (freshmen and transfer applicants with less than 30 college credits).. ACT or SAT Test scores (freshmen applicants and transfer applicants with less than 13 college credits).. Transcripts from all other colleges attended.. $40 application fee.. Optional not required but recommended.. Essay.. Letters of Recommendation.. Application Deadlines.. Early Action and Regular Decision options for the Fall Semester allow you to choose the deadline that works best for you, however, Fort Lewis encourages you to use our Early Action date.. Note: The admission criteria and application review procedures are the same for both  ...   any of the required application materials listed at the top of this page.. Admission Decision.. Once your application is complete, it will take about 4-6 weeks to review and receive a decision.. To check the status of your application:.. Call 970-247-7184.. Email our.. Office of Admission.. Contact your admission counselor.. Transfer Students.. Courses that are academically based and completed with a C- or better at a regionally accredited school may transfer.. You can check which classes have previously transferred to Fort Lewis using our.. transfer equivalency table.. (If your course is not included on this table, it doesn t necessarily mean that it won t transfer; just that it hasn t transferred here yet.. Fort Lewis College must receive your official transcripts in order to give you credit for that coursework.. Official transcripts must be mailed directly from your school in a sealed envelope (faxes don t count!).. Click below if you meet one of the following categories.. Transfer.. Concurrent.. Former.. International.. High School Counselors.. Meet Our Admission Counselors..

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    Descriptive info: Apply to Fort Lewis College.. Apply Now.. It s easy to apply to Fort Lewis College.. You can create your account and start your online application today.. Then, as you acquire the necessary information, you can add it to your college application at any time.. Once complete just submit it to us.. We ll be in touch if we require any additional information.. Please note that we recommend two letters of reference for your application for admission.. Your reference letters should come from teachers, advisors, or counselors and should follow this.. suggested format.. College Application  ...   colleges attended, sent directly from that college.. Two.. letters of reference.. (recommended).. Your reference letters should come from teachers, advisors or counselors.. Write a.. personal essay.. Your double-spaced typed essay should be 250 to 500 words on the following topic:.. Which aspects of the Fort Lewis College educational experience have prompted your application? In short, Why are you applying to FLC?.. Semester Start Dates.. Winter Semester.. Monday,.. January 6, 2013.. 1st Summer.. Session 2013.. Monday,.. April 29, 2013.. 2nd Summer.. June 3, 2013.. 3rd Summer.. Session 2012.. July 8, 2013.. Semester 2013.. Monday, September 2, 2013..

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    Descriptive info: Athletics Recreation at Fort Lewis College.. Athletics at Fort Lewis College.. Athletics Department Varsity Sports.. Cycling Team.. Intramural Sports.. Fort Lewis College is an active and athletic campus offering you lots of ways to get on the field, court, pitch, or course -- or to just join in the cheering.. NCAA Division II sports include basketball, cross-country, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, and volleyball, and the Skyhawk Cycling team is ranked #1 in the nation.. You can also stay fit while meeting friends through our many intercollegiate club sports or intramural leagues.. Mascot.. Divisions.. NCAA Division II for Varsity Sports.. USA Cycling Division 1 for Cycling.. Our varsity sports are NCAA Division II and managed by our.. Athletics Department.. Current Varsity Sports.. Basketball (Men s Women s).. Cross-country (Men s Women s).. Football (Men s).. Golf (Men s).. Lacrosse (Women s).. Soccer (Men s Women s).. Softball (Women s).. Volleyball (Women s).. Club Intramural Sports.. Club Sports are intercollegiate leagues that require less time commitment than varsity sports, but still foster a high level of competition!..  ...   on fun!!.. Current Intramural Sports.. Badminton.. Basketball.. Dodgeball.. Flag Football.. Kickball.. Soccer.. Softball.. Tennis.. Ultimate Frisbee.. Volleyball.. and more!.. The FLC Cycling Team.. Our championship team is a unique hybrid program that blends the fun of a club with the full-time professional coaching and equipment of a varsity sport.. Anyone with a helmet and a hunger to ride is welcome to join the team!.. Current Cycling Disciplines.. Track.. Mountain Biking.. Cyclocross.. Road.. BMX.. Interested in Playing?.. If you re interested in playing a Varsity Sport:.. Complete the.. prospective athlete questionnaire.. Contact the.. coach(es) for your sport.. Meet the coach(es) when you come to campus to visit!.. To apply for an athletic scholarship, contact the coach(es) of your sport for specific qualifications.. If you re interested in playing a Club Sport:.. Check out the.. Club Sports website.. Call 970-247-7096.. If you re interested in playing an Intramural Sport:.. Intramural Sports website.. Register online.. Call 970-247-7575.. If you re interested in joining the Cycling Team:.. team s website.. race blog.. Contact the Team Director by.. email.. or phone (970-247-7460)..

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    Descriptive info: Cost of Attendance.. Cost of Fort Lewis College.. Financing Your Education.. Office of Financial Aid.. Payment Options.. Tuition Fee Schedule (PDF).. 2012 - 2013.. Tuition Fee.. Schedule.. Colorado.. Out-of-state.. New Mexico.. Reciprocal.. Native.. American.. Tuition per year.. $4,800.. $16,072.. $0.. Student fees.. $1,662.. Room board.. $7,880.. Total.. $14,342.. $25,614.. $9,542.. Fort Lewis College graduates in 2010 carried the lowest debt load of any college in Colorado, according to a nation-wide study of student indebtedness.. That makes us one of the most affordable colleges in Colorado! The low student debt comes from our efforts to keep tuition affordable and scholarship and financial aid offerings accessible.. We believe that the cost of college should not keep you from pursuing your dreams.. Our Financial Aid Office will help you identify and apply for financial aid and find alternative assistance.. Cost of College: Tuition Fees (2012-2013).. Resident tuition.. $2,400 per term / $4,800 per year.. Non-resident tuition.. $8,036 per term / $16,072 per year.. Residence hall rates per term.. Residence Halls (double rooms) $2,070.. Residence Halls (suites) $2,390.. West Hall (suites) $2,870.. Animas Hall (single room suites) $3,650.. Meal plans.. $1,870 - $2,085.. Fees.. $55.. 40 per credit hour.. Scholarships Financial Aid.. Fort Lewis College keeps education accessible through affordable tuition rates, by making scholarship and financial aid offerings available, and assisting students in figuring out how to best finance their education.. Merit scholarships.. are annual  ...   133-146.. $4,000.. $3,500.. 122-132.. $3,000.. 117-121.. $2,500.. 112-116.. $2,000.. 102-111.. $1,500.. 95-101.. $1,000.. $500.. Fall 2013 Freshman* Out-of-State Scholarship Scale.. $9,000.. $8,000.. $8,500.. $7,500.. $7,000.. $6,500.. $6,000.. $5,000.. *.. View merit scholarships for transfer students.. Fall 2013 Transfer Scholarships.. Award Name.. Cumulative.. GPA required.. Annual amount.. of award.. Baccalaureate Bound.. 5-4.. 0.. $2,000 in-state.. $3,000 out-of-state.. 0-3.. 49.. $1,000 in-state.. $2,000 out-of-state.. The Native American Tuition Waiver is a program at Fort Lewis College that will cover the cost of tuition for Native American students who meet the admission requirements and who are a member of a federally recognized tribe.. The student is responsible for room, board, books and fees.. To apply for the NATW, students should send in the.. Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB).. when they send in their admission application.. Native American students are still encouraged to fill out the FAFSA to cover other costs.. Learn more about the tuition waiver.. One of the Most Affordable Colleges in Colorado with the Lowest Debt Load in the State.. Fort Lewis College graduates in 2010 carried the lowest debt load among public and private four-year colleges in Colorado, according to a nation-wide study of student indebtedness.. The Project on Student Debt says the debt load for FLC students is more than $4,600 less than the average debt load in Colorado, and nearly $8,000 less than the national average.. Read the full story here..

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