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2014 SUMMER WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FORM

PAYMENT OF REGISTRATION FEES
No payment is due at the time of registration. Participants will be billed by mail directly from the Office of Student Financial Services upon completion of the workshop. Tuition statements are mailed one to two weeks following the last day of your workshop program.

CANCELLATION POLICY
Registration must be cancelled by July 1 to avoid a cancellation charge of $50. Cancellation must be received in writing and is official only when an email has been received at kristen.harrington@gordon.edu. Non-attendance does not constitute a cancellation, and the participant will be billed in full for all associated registration fees.

ON CAMPUS HOUSING AND MEAL PLANS are available. Please reserve separately using the navigation links on the left. Please note that Boxed Lunch Reservations are recommended for all participants. Campus dining halls are not available during the lunch hour.

1. First Name

2. Last Name

3. Birth/Maiden Name (Gordon College Alumni Only)

4. Male/Female

Male
Female

5. Date of Birth (must be entered mm/dd/yyyy)

6. Mailing Address Street

7. City, State, Zip

8. email address (primary)

9. email address (alternate)

10. Home phone

11. Cell Phone

12. Emergency Contact (Name, relationship, contact #)

13. Citizenship

United States
Other

14. Ethnicity

15. Current School District

16. Are you requesting graduate credit for your participation in the workshop(s)?
(Final summary project and attendance required)

Yes
No

17. Are you requesting Professional Development Points for your participation in the workshop(s)? (Final summary project and attendance required)

Yes
No

18. Have you previously registered for graduate courses or workshops at Gordon College?

Yes
No

19. First Steps in Music

$700: Workshop Participation Only (no graduate credit or PDPs)
$980: Workshop Registration > eligible for three (3) graduate credits
$980: Workshop Registration > eligible for fifty four (54) PDPs

20. Energize Your Elementary and Middle School Choirs: Student Musicianship and Teacher Development

$450: Workshop Participation Only (no graduate credit or PDPs)
$675: Workshop Registration > eligible for two (2) graduate credits
$675: Workshop Registration > eligible for 45 PDPs

21. Instrumental Methods and Techniques: Creativity and Literacy in Music Teaching and Learning

$700: Workshop Participation Only (no graduate credit or PDPs)
$980: Workshop Registration > eligible for three (3) graduate credits
$980: Workshop Registration > eligible for 54 PDPs

22. Developing an African Drumming Program for Your Music Classroom

$700 : Workshop Participation Only (no graduate credit or PDPs)
$980 : Workshop Registration > eligible for three (3) graduate credits
$980 : Workshop Registration > eligible for fifty four (54) PDPs

23. Multiple Intelligences in the Music Classroom

$375 : Workshop Participation Only (no graduate credit or PDPs)
$480 : Workshop Registration > eligible for one and a half (1.5) graduate credits
$480 : Workshop Registration > eligible for twenty seven (27) PDPs

24. Folk Dance Around the World

$375 : Workshop Participation Only (no graduate credit or PDPs)
$480 : Workshop Registration > eligible for one and a half (1.5) graduate credits
$480 : Workshop Registration > eligible for twenty seven (27) PDPs

25. Diagnose, Document, Deliver: Assessment for the Common Good

$375 : Workshop Participation Only (no graduate credit or PDPs)
$480 : Workshop Registration > eligible for one and a half (1.5) graduate credits
$480 : Workshop Registration > eligible for twenty seven (27) PDPs

26. CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENT
My initials below indicate all information on this form is correct and complete. I understand that misrepresentation or omission of information is grounds for cancelling my registration. I agree to pay the total amount due for workshop registration in a timely fashion. I agree to comply with the behavioral standards of Gordon College while on the campus or at any other graduate class site, and respect the underlying principles on which these standards are based.