Advent trivia … The first printed Advent calendar was created in 1908 by a German named Gerhard Lang. As a boy, his mom would sew twenty-four cookies onto the lid of a box. Each day of December, he ate a cookie. This tradition inspired him to create a calendar entitled, “In the Land of the Christ Child.” Today, Advent calendars are a popular tool for families to count down the days until Christmas.
The DeSales Campus Store will be having a 3-day sale from December 11-13.
Save 25% off all Champion products, Under Armour products, baseball style hats, imprinted drinkware and much more!!
This is the perfect time to get that someone special the DeSales gift for the holidays!! Stop in and $ave!
Final grades for the Fall Day Semester are due via WebAdvisor no later than Monday, December 17, by 12PM.
This deadline must be honored to clear students for graduation.
In order to enter your grades:
- Logon to MyDSU.
- Select ‘Webadvisor for Faculty’
- Under ‘Faculty Information’, select ‘Grading’
- Fall 2018
- Select Grading period: Final
- All students on your grade roster must be given a grade.
- If the student never attended your class, check the ‘Never Attended’ box and enter a grade of ‘FA’.
- Enter grades. To familiarize yourself with our grading system, refer to page 21 of the 2018-2019 DeSales University Undergraduate Catalog available at www.desales.edu. An ‘Expire Date’ is only required for grades of ‘I’ (Incomplete).
- Enter PO or FO for any Pass/Fail grades. Enter AU for audits.
- Only enter the ‘Last Date of Attendance’ if the student stopped attending your class during the semester. A grade of ‘FA’ (failure because of excessive absence) may be appropriate.
- Enter the number of absences. You must enter absences for all freshmen and students on academic probation.
- Click submit to finalize your grades.
- You will immediately receive a grading confirmation notice. If you do NOT receive confirmation, your grades have not been received.
- Grades will be available for your students after our office runs a grade verification process. This process will occur daily.
Questions? Judy Schwartz, x1212
Bestselling novelist and award-winning journalist Stephen P. Kiernan will be speaking to the MFA graduate students and we would like to invite the whole University community.
Kiernan will talk about his World War II novel The Baker’s Secret, which is set in a tiny, Nazi-occupied village on the cliffs above Normandy Beach. The novel is a haunting and beautiful exploration of faith, endurance, hope and the human spirit. Our bookstore will sell Kiernan’s book there, or if you prefer to read it prior, bring it with you and Stephen will be happy to sign for everyone.
Please join us on Friday night, January 11, from 7PM-11PM in the Commonwealth Room of the DUC.