2013 MEC Transfer Fair
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Medical Education Campus, 1st Floor
Planning on transferring to a bachelor degree program after your graduate from NOVA? Come to the MEC Transfer Fair and meet representatives from colleges that partner with NOVA. Learn about the requirements to qualify for transfer and find out what options are available for you.
Schools registered to attend (as of 10/21 – subject to change):
- American Public University System
- Bluefield College
- Chamberlain College of Nursing
- DeVry University
- Excelsior College
- George Mas University – College of Health and Human Services/School of Nursing
- George Washington University
- Howard University – School of Nursing
- James Madison University
- Kaplan University
- Marymount University
- Old Dominion University – Distance Learning & School of Nursing
- Shenandoah University
- Stevenson University
- Trinity Washington University
- University of Phoenix
- University of the District of Columbia
- University of Virginia – School of Nursing
- Virginia Commonwealth University – Transfer Admissions & School of Nursing
- Western Governors University
The MEC Library will opening at 10:30am on Friday June 28th.
Library hours for the day will be 10:30am – 5:00pm.
Get moving this summer! Whether you are studying for your summer courses, or relaxing by the pool, don’t forget to exercise. A recent study shows that physical inactivity is nearly as deadly as smoking.
Good morning, MEC! The Supreme Court is scheduled to release its ruling on President Obama’s Healthcare Reform Act this morning.
To follow the court live, check out the SCOTUS blog at http://www.scotusblog.com/cover-it-live/
**UPDATE Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act.
“WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court on Thursday left standing the basic provisions of the health care overhaul, ruling that the government may use its taxation powers to push people to buy health insurance. (Supreme Court Lets Health Law Largely Stand from the New York Times.)
Supreme Court upholds Obamacare 5-4 from CNN. Article include links to an ACA timeline, breakdown of the basic issues, and discussion of how individuals will be affected by the reform.
What the Health Care Ruling Means to You from CNN.com
You can read the full text of the Affordable Healthcare Act at http://www.healthcare.gov/law/full/. On the same site, visit Healthcare Law and You for links to key features of the law, timeline, and implementation resources.
The Supreme Court Affordable Healthcare Act opinions can be found at http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/11pdf/11-393c3a2.pdf