Spring U-Pass and New ID Card Distribution.
All day division students who are considered
full-time for the spring 2004 semester will receive a U-Pass,
which provides unlimited rides on the CTA from January 20
- May 22, 2004. Status as a full-time student is determined
by your official division status, and not by the number
of credit hours you take in a particular semester. If
you qualify for a U-Pass and want to obtain it during the
first available distribution, you must be registered for
spring classes by 5:00pm on December 19, 2003.
Spring U-Pass cards and new Chicago-Kent ID cards will
be distributed on Thursday, January 15, Friday, January
16, and Tuesday, January 20, 2004. The exact times and locations
will be announced in an email sent during Winter Break.
Please note: All Chicago-Kent students will be
issued new ID cards in January replacing their existing
cards. You must pick up your new ID card even if you do
not qualify for the U-Pass or do not want to use your U-Pass.
If you are not registered as a full-time student by December
19, 2003, you have a financial hold on your account on that
date, or you do not have an ID picture on file in the Registrar's
Office by that date, you will not receive a U-Pass during
this initial distribution period. Students who qualify for
the U-Pass after December 19 or were not included in the
initial spring U-Pass request sent to CTA will have passes
ordered for them on January 26, 2004. We expect these passes
to arrive at the law school by February 4, 2004.
Fall U-Pass Activation Period.
Fall ‘03 U-Pass cards will remain valid
through December 19, 2003, the last day of final exams.
If you have problems with your pass before this date, please
Asked Questions about the U-Pass or the CTA
Family & Friends Day, January
Attention 1L's: Save the date! Share your
law school experience with your family and friends! This
program is intended to give parents, partners, spouses,
children, and other important people in your life the opportunity
to visit Chicago-Kent and get a taste of what you are experiencing
as a student. The program will include a continental breakfast,
law school mini-classes, and mock trial with jury participation.
Additional materials will be provided via email and in future
issues of The Record.
Spring 2004 ASP TA Applications
If you are interested in being a Teaching
Assistant for a first-year class next semester, please submit
an application by November 25, 2003. A complete application
includes an application form, unofficial transcript, and
a recent resume. You can find information about job responsibilities,
grade requirements, compensation, and application forms
Application forms are also available on the table near the
3rd floor elevators.
We are hiring Teaching Assistants for Civil Procedure (Profs.
Perritt, Steinman, Laser), Justice (Profs. Malin, Sowle,
Wright), Property (Profs. Baker, Harding, Tarlock), and
Contracts (Prof. Hill).
Please contact Jamie Lake at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (312) 906-5247 with any questions.
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