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FAQ

Everyone has questions. We just pulled together a few of the frequently asked ones here for you to search. Let us know if you need any additional assistance. We'd be glad to help.

Where are Curriculum and Instruction courses offered?

All coursework to complete the Masters program is offered at Doane's School of Graduate and Professional Studies campuses in Lincoln and Grand Island, in addition to sites in Norfolk and Omaha. Doane also offers selected electives at schools across the state, including Ashland, Beatrice, Fairbury, Gothenburg, North Platte, and Doane's residential campus in Crete.

Where are grades posted?

Grades are posted on Web Advisor. Grades are not mailed.

Where are the cadres located?

Every year since 1996 a cadre begins the Educational Leadership program in the summer in Lincoln. Other cadres begin in the summer in Grand Island and/or Omaha depending on applications from those areas.

Where can I park?

Doane offers specific lots to commuter students in order to meet their parking needs. Parking maps can be found at http://www.doane.edu/Other/40090.pdf or at the Doane Safety Office located on the lower-level of the Perry Campus Center.

Where can I recycle my glass?

At the moment there is nowhere in Crete to recycle glass.  It is possible that an opportunity could be worked out with our recycling provider.  If you are interested in heading up that effort talk to Brad Elder.

Where do I find more information on VA Voc Rehab?

For more details see your Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor (VRC), campus VA representative, or visit the Voc Rehab web site at http://www.vba.va.gov/bln/vre/index.htm.

Where is the cadre located?

The cadre meetings are usually in Lincoln. However, there may be special sessions schedule in other locations.

Where is the Writing Center?

The Writing Center is located in Gaylord Hall, Room 228.  Gaylord Hall is the stately brick building on the corner of Boswell Avenue and 9th Street, near the southwest corner of campus (south of the Con).  

Who are the Writing Center consultants and will they know how to help me?

Writing Center consultants represent a number of disciplines and majors on campus, but we do not claim to be experts with every topic or course.  In many cases, we are novices.   Still, we are experienced writers and readers and we can offer constructive feedback about your writing.  Then, through discussion with you, we can identify ways to improve and revise your work.  In other words, we won't tell you what to do; we'll work with you to figure out what to do.  That way, you'll sharpen your own eyes and ears as a writer and editor, which will serve you well the next time you sit down to write and long after you leave Doane College.  

Why are we dumping all the recycled material into one bin? I thought we were suppose to separate everything into different bins?

In the past that was true.  With single stream you do not need to separate.  This is the trend in the industry and it means that intuition like Doane only need one bin in a room to handle all the recycling. 

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