All Assemblies will be held in the virtual format via zoom. In terms of participation, you are required to log into the zoom for each meeting.
Assembly Attendance is part of your university 101/102 course requirements. Excused absences must be cleared through completion of proper paperwork from Dr. Durant's office and shared with your UNIV 101/102 instructor.
The following etiquette is expected:
- Avoid distractions (i.e. looking at your phone or other devices)
- Camera must be on unless instructor was informed prior to the start of assembly
- In accordance with the Student Handbook, students are expected to dress business casual for ALL Assemblies.
- Do not share the link with others. Each participant is required to register and a zoom link will be sent.
- If needed, create a professional virtual background and be sure to use your legal name rather than nicknames
Assembly is NOT recorded. In order to receive attendance credit, you will need to log on at the assigned time and submit the required assignment.
We are in the process of setting up an Assembly Moodle page. All Assembly assignments will be posted on the Assembly Moodle Page. You are to upload your responses by the assigned due date.
All instructors will have access to the page to review and grade your assignments in order to receive attendance credit. Late assignments will not be accepted.
Register in advance for each assembly using the following link:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Assemble to Grow, Learn and Make a Difference!
Building community through engaged learning. Held each Tuesday throughout the semester, weekly assemblies are designed to engage students in conversations with key local, regional or national leaders to both foster a sense of community and promote deep thought and discussion on critical issues requiring your leadership.
Students enrolled in University 101/102 are required to attend Freshman Assembly. Business attire is required.
What is business attire?
Traditional workplace attire demonstrates a high level professional appearance and maturity. A professional appearance and attitude along with good manners and poise are an effective combination for success in college and the workplace.
Why are students required to own business attire?
Consistent with Claflin University’s Guiding Principle to offer excellent customer service and demonstrate professional appearance at all times, we ask that you represent yourself in attitude and attire in those most respected and professional manner, when attending formal university functions such as assembly, lyceum events and convocations.
How does business attire differ among men and women?
- Pant or dress suit (navy, black or dark gray)
- Skirt length (no more than 2” above knee)
- Coordinated blouse (conservative)
- Neutral pantyhose
- Moderate shoes. No stilettos.
- Suit (dark solid color)
- Long-sleeve shirt (white or blue)
- Tie (conservative)
- Belt (should match your shoes)
- Dark socks
- Conservative leather shoes
Past Assembly Topics
- Margarita Anderson, author of Our Black Year
- Columbia Ballet
- Pandora Thomas-Envisioning a Sustainable Future
- Dr. Khalilah Brown-Dean, Why We Can't Wait: Embracing the Fierce Urgency of Now
- Mr. Marcus Creighton, Mind over Money: Financial Literacy
- Dr. Arthur Thomas, Knowledge is Power
- Avoiding Identity Theft
January 12, 2020
September 15, 2020
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