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Frequently asked questions

Is there a place for me to store my items on campus?

There will be limited space in the Student Leadership Office to house items such as books and lunch bags. Student Leadership will not be held responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Is there a place for me to store my items on campus?

There will be limited space in the Student Leadership Office to house items such as books and lunch bags. Student Leadership will not be held responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Is there a time limit on completing my Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction or an endorsement?

Yes – students have 7 years from when they take their first graduate education class at Doane to complete their degree or endorsement program. After 7 years, the oldest courses will be evaluated for recency and relevance and will most likely have to be repeated in the case of core courses, or replaced by another course for electives.

Is this program for both elementary and secondary teacher certification?

No, this program is only for certification as a secondary teacher in Nebraska in an area that Doane endorses. These areas include the sciences, mathematics, social sciences, English, language arts, business, foreign languages, music, and art. If you wish to teach elementary, the coursework for that program is offered on the School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate campus in Crete.

Locate materials in Perkins Library

The online catalog provides the location of the items is the library:


  • General Collection -- second floor of the library

  • Oversize -- north wall of the second floor

  • Reference (call number prefix REF) -- first set of shelves, center of the first floor

  • Juvenile Collection (call number prefix JUV) -- north wall of the first floor

  • Government Documents collection (call number prefix GovDoc) -- far southeast corner, first floor

  • Current periodical issues -- shelved alphabetically on the display units in the southwest corner, first floor

  • Older periodical issues (bound and unbound) -- on shelves east of the current issues 

  • Media collection (call number prefix MEDIA) -- library workroom -- please ask for assistance

  • Listening Lab (call number prefix CD) -- in red alcove beyond the Information Commons (computers)

  • Scripts (call number prefix SCRIPT) -- file cabinets in the center of second floor

  • Vertical File -- file cabinets on north side, second floor

Managing Your Password

Forgot your password? Need to change your password? Activate your Doane Gmail account, and manage your Doane College password here.

Minimum Computer Requirements

Bring Your Computer to Campus

If you have a computer, you are encouraged to bring it to campus.  The campus is fully wired and supplemented with wireless access in many places. To connect your computer to the campus network and the Internet, your computer must meet the requirements below.


Minimum Computer Requirements:







Windows Operating Systems
- Minimum -



Macintosh Operating Systems
- Minimum-



 Windows XP with current patches


 Processor: Pentium 1 GHz or higher


 RAM: 512 MB or higher


           1GB recommended


 Hard Disk: at least 300 MB of free space


 Ethernet 10/100


 Optional: Wireless 802.11 b/g


 Macintosh OS X with current patches


 Processor: G3 or higher


 RAM:  512 MB or higher


           1GB recommended


 Hard Disk: at least 300 MB of free space


 Ethernet 10/100


 Optional: Wireless 802.11 b/g

  

Note: due to the wide variety of hardware and software configurations possible, we do not guarantee that every computer will work on our campus network.  We will attempt to connect student computers to our network, but realize we may not be able to make some work.

My advisor mentioned doing a Directed Study or Tutorial, how do I register for that?

Directed Study and Tutorial forms are available at the Registrar's Office.  Students must complete the appropriate form and submit it to the Registrar's Office.  Advisors cannot schedule these courses through WebAdvisor.

My advisor mentioned I need a course substitution. What do I do?

First decide if the substitution is in the Doane Plan or major/minor.  If the substitution is in the Doane Plan there is a form to complete that also explains the required steps.  If the substitution is in your major/minor, send an email to your advisor explaining the substitution.  Upon your advisors approval they will forward it to the appropriate Division Chair, who will review it for approval, and then forward it to the Registrar to be posted on your academic record.

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Is there a place for me to store my items on campus?

There will be limited space in the Student Leadership Office to house items such as books and lunch bags. Student Leadership will not be held responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Is there a place for me to store my items on campus?

There will be limited space in the Student Leadership Office to house items such as books and lunch bags. Student Leadership will not be held responsible for any lost or stolen items.

Is there a time limit on completing my Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction or an endorsement?

Yes – students have 7 years from when they take their first graduate education class at Doane to complete their degree or endorsement program. After 7 years, the oldest courses will be evaluated for recency and relevance and will most likely have to be repeated in the case of core courses, or replaced by another course for electives.

Is this program for both elementary and secondary teacher certification?

No, this program is only for certification as a secondary teacher in Nebraska in an area that Doane endorses. These areas include the sciences, mathematics, social sciences, English, language arts, business, foreign languages, music, and art. If you wish to teach elementary, the coursework for that program is offered on the School of Arts and Sciences undergraduate campus in Crete.

Locate materials in Perkins Library

The online catalog provides the location of the items is the library:


  • General Collection -- second floor of the library

  • Oversize -- north wall of the second floor

  • Reference (call number prefix REF) -- first set of shelves, center of the first floor

  • Juvenile Collection (call number prefix JUV) -- north wall of the first floor

  • Government Documents collection (call number prefix GovDoc) -- far southeast corner, first floor

  • Current periodical issues -- shelved alphabetically on the display units in the southwest corner, first floor

  • Older periodical issues (bound and unbound) -- on shelves east of the current issues 

  • Media collection (call number prefix MEDIA) -- library workroom -- please ask for assistance

  • Listening Lab (call number prefix CD) -- in red alcove beyond the Information Commons (computers)

  • Scripts (call number prefix SCRIPT) -- file cabinets in the center of second floor

  • Vertical File -- file cabinets on north side, second floor

Managing Your Password

Forgot your password? Need to change your password? Activate your Doane Gmail account, and manage your Doane College password here.

Minimum Computer Requirements

Bring Your Computer to Campus

If you have a computer, you are encouraged to bring it to campus.  The campus is fully wired and supplemented with wireless access in many places. To connect your computer to the campus network and the Internet, your computer must meet the requirements below.


Minimum Computer Requirements:







Windows Operating Systems
- Minimum -



Macintosh Operating Systems
- Minimum-



 Windows XP with current patches


 Processor: Pentium 1 GHz or higher


 RAM: 512 MB or higher


           1GB recommended


 Hard Disk: at least 300 MB of free space


 Ethernet 10/100


 Optional: Wireless 802.11 b/g


 Macintosh OS X with current patches


 Processor: G3 or higher


 RAM:  512 MB or higher


           1GB recommended


 Hard Disk: at least 300 MB of free space


 Ethernet 10/100


 Optional: Wireless 802.11 b/g

  

Note: due to the wide variety of hardware and software configurations possible, we do not guarantee that every computer will work on our campus network.  We will attempt to connect student computers to our network, but realize we may not be able to make some work.

My advisor mentioned doing a Directed Study or Tutorial, how do I register for that?

Directed Study and Tutorial forms are available at the Registrar's Office.  Students must complete the appropriate form and submit it to the Registrar's Office.  Advisors cannot schedule these courses through WebAdvisor.

My advisor mentioned I need a course substitution. What do I do?

First decide if the substitution is in the Doane Plan or major/minor.  If the substitution is in the Doane Plan there is a form to complete that also explains the required steps.  If the substitution is in your major/minor, send an email to your advisor explaining the substitution.  Upon your advisors approval they will forward it to the appropriate Division Chair, who will review it for approval, and then forward it to the Registrar to be posted on your academic record.

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