Employee Announcements

Posted: 10/8/15 9:24 AM

Applications for the Conway Faculty Fellowship in Jesuit Education for 2016-17 are accepted through November 9.  Information and the application are available on the Conway Institute website.

Posted: 10/8/15 7:54 AM

Dependent Tuition Remission Information Session

A Dependent Tuition Remission Information Session will take place on Tuesday, October 13 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in the Admission Office Presentation Room in Schott Hall.

If you have a child in high school and hope to take advantage of tuition remission, FACHEX (exchange with other Jesuit colleges and universities), or Tuition Exchange (more than 500 schools participate in this program nationwide), this session is one you don’t want to miss.  Learn more about the process and paperwork. 

In order to help ensure there is a sufficient supply of materials, please R.S.V.P. to Donna Conlon at x3632 or conlond@xavier.edu.



Posted: 10/7/15 1:04 PM

Our final information sessions for the 2016 Winter and Summer programs in Rome will take place in Alter Hall 203 on Tuesday, October 13 and Wednesday, October 14 at 4:15pm.

Come and Learn how you can participate in this great opportunity to earn Xavier core credits while living in The Eternal City!

Posted: 10/7/15 10:27 AM

Friday, October 9 marks the final day for Xavier's annual United Way appeal. As Fr. Graham noted, he hopes that each employee prayerfully considers making a donation as part of this annual initiative and to see a 100% participation rate. Let's celebrate Xavier's commitment to serve those in need by helping United Way make this an ever stronger, more caring community!  One final e-mail from the United Way will be sent to each employee on Friday.

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