College Night Tickets
College Night ticket information is now available online. Please be sure to note the specifics for each on sale date listed.
On behalf of the College Night Committee, all faculty and staff are invited to the Wednesday evening performances of the productions, Feb. 5, at 7 p.m. Email Kathy Adams to reserve your free ticket. If you do not already have an account on University Tickets, you will need to sign up for one. Once your email is received, tickets will be processed within three days and assigned to you in University Tickets. You will receive a confirmation email when this is completed. Complimentary tickets must be reserved by Monday, Feb. 3.
Online Registration for Undergraduate Research Day 2020 Now Open
To register online for Undergraduate Research Day 2020, please visit this link. UR Day registration will close on Friday, Feb. 7. Undergraduate Research Day 2020 will be held Wednesday, March 18, in Harman Hall. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask. Questions can be emailed to Dr. Cindy Tidwell or Tonja Battle at URProgram@montevallo.edu.
VALIC/AIG Financial Advisor on Campus
Interested in saving for retirement? Al Perry, UM’s VALIC/AIG financial advisor, will be offering individual retirement counseling on campus in the Carmichael Library Group Study Room on Thursday, Jan. 23, between 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Schedule an appointment online.
Teachers’ Retirement System (TRS) 2020 Seminars
The Retirement Systems of Alabama offers half-day seminars that focus on retirement and insurance benefits.
Early to Mid-Career Seminars
If you work in public education, have less than 20 years of TRS service credit and are less than 55 years of age, then you are eligible to attend. You may register online at this link.
Retirement Preparation Seminars
If you are within five years of retirement eligibility, learn more about your Teachers’ Retirement Systems benefits at one of the 2020 TRS Retirement Preparation Seminars held throughout the state. You may register online at this link.
Call for Honors Program Courses
Interested in teaching a special topics class to academically motivated students in the Honors Program? Now is the time to request Honors courses for Fall 2020. Please complete the brief online course proposal to request a non-general education Honors class. The deadline for proposals is Monday, Feb. 3. Please contact Dr. Cathlena Martin with any questions.
UM Cheer & Dance Fundraising for National Competition
Please help the UM Cheer and Dance teams on their road to NCA/NDA National Competition in Daytona, Florida. The teams are selling BOGO dozen cards for Krispy Kreme. The card is valid to buy one dozen donuts and get one dozen donuts free up to 10 times. This is a $120-140 value for only $25. There is no expiration and the cards can be used at any Krispy Kreme location. Purchase by emailing Melissa Stano.
University of Montevallo to Host ACT Prep Course
The University of Montevallo will be hosting a single-day ACT prep course for local high school sophomores, juniors and seniors on Saturday, Jan. 25, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The $110 single-day course covers all ACT test subjects with in-class practice testing and includes lunch and a snack. Each participant will also receive a copy of the official ACT prep book, a math review card and other resources. Children of UM employees and students receiving free and reduced lunch get a 20 percent discount. Register online now or contact Sarah Hendren, director of partnerships and outreach, at 205-665-6077.
Community School of Music Private Music Lessons
The University of Montevallo Community School of Music is accepting private music lesson registrations for the spring semester. Private lessons are available for all members of the community and all skill levels from beginner to advanced. We teach any instrument including piano, voice, guitar, violin, trumpet, flute, French horn, trombone, clarinet, mandolin, ukulele and organ.
Pricing and registration information can be found online at montevallo.edu/csm. For families with young children between the ages of 5 and 11 years old, the University of Montevallo Community School of Music offers a no-cost musicianship class. In this class students play interactive music games that help develop music reading and rhythm skills, learn about famous composers, listen and learn about music from around the world and create their own compositions to share with family and friends.
Classes are held on Monday evenings in Davis Hall beginning on Jan. 27, at 6 p.m. To learn more, please contact the Program Director at 205-665-6678 or UMCSM@montevallo.edu or visit this link.