Announcements for 9/20/2010

Jon Lunceford


In the Sept. 16 story “HCA offers students chance to ‘espresso’ themselves,” an incorrect email was listed for the Arts Awareness Committee of the Honors College Assembly. The correct email is

In the Sept. 16 story “Fundraiser aims to help former UA star,” Omega Psi Phi was incorrectly referred to as Omega Phi Si. The CW regrets the errors and is happy to set the record straight.

SGA Ideas to Action seeks ideas

The Student Government Association’s Ideas to Action committee encourages students to submit their ideas for campus events, programs and reform through the Ideas to Action is designed to take students’ ideas for campus events and programs and make them possible. For more information, contact Ross Mullins at

UA Enrollment tops 30,000

The University’s enrollment topped 30,000 for the first time this fall. A record 30,232 students are enrolled, an increase of 1,425 students, or almost 5 percent, over fall 2009. Enrollment at UA is up 54.1 percent since fall 2002. The entering freshman class, at 5,563 was drawn from a record 20,112 applicants, up 175 percent since fall 2002. The percent of students admitted was 54 percent, down from 85 percent in 2002.