The COGS Connection

In this week’s newsletter … Quote of the Week. Graduate Level Humor. COGS Forms & Website. Financial Awareness Workshop. Tarleton & JPS Collaborate.

Quote of the Week

“The two most import requirements for major success are: first, being in the right place at the right time, and second, doing something about it.” – Ray Kroc


Graduate Level Humor

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COGS Website and Forms

Some of you may have noticed but the look and feel of the College of Graduate Studies website has changed.  Along with that was an overall update to most of our forms, both on the student side and the faculty side.  If your departments have saved certain forms to use, please discard those older versions and begin to use the new versions online.  In the interim, we will still accept the old format versions. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Brandon Shipman at bshipman@tarleton.edu.


Financial Awareness Workshop

Learn more about options and opportunities to pay for graduate school, SALT Money, as well as money saving tips and financial strategies presented with the unique needs of graduate students in mind. This event is hosted by the College of Graduate Studies in cooperation with the Office of Financial Aid and Tarleton Money Management.

Current and prospective graduate students are invited to attend. Virtual participation via Zoom is an option (and encouraged)! Registrants will be sent the connection information prior to the event.  Register and learn more about the upcoming event here.

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Tarleton & JPS Health Network celebrate nurse residency collaboration

Texas-JPS Health Network, Tarrant County’s publicly supported healthcare system, celebrated a collaboration on March 31 with Tarleton State University to prepare the hospital’s nurse residency program for accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Read the recent press release here.

Tarleton, JPS Celebrate Collaboration

Pictured (l-r) are JPS president and CEO Robert Earley, JPS nurse residency program manager Carin Adams, head of Tarleton’s nursing program Dr. Susan Rugari, and Tarleton President F. Dominic Dottavio.


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