We believe that the best way to learn science is to do science, and our curriculum is designed to engage students in the process of science from their very first class. Beginning in , we are excited to introduce a new core curriculum that reflects this mission by focusing on the concepts and connections that pervade all levels of biological inquiry. Because research is central to biological science, we make it a key part of the student experience, immersing students in the process of discovery. Most courses involve students conducting original research.
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Student and Departmental Account Services As part of our effort to remain committed to the health and safety of our community, effective Monday, March 23 Student and Departmental Account Services will work remotely. As we work to help reduce the potential spread of COVID, the following temporary changes will be in effect: Checks will be placed in the mail and unavailable for pick-up.
Please ensure your address is accurate with the college. We advise you to take this opportunity to enroll in direct deposit via We bAdviso r for reimbursements and via the Student Account Center for student account refunds. Please contact Human Resources at hr lclark. Cash reimbursements will be limited. Should you be approved to receive a cash reimbursement, please email our department at accountservices lclark. We encourage you to remit payments online in order to avoid processing delays.
Information regarding our online payments options can be located under Settling Your Student Account. Our focus will continue to be on addressing the needs of our community.
Contact us via email should you have any inquiries or concerns.
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