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SnapChat tour of the Environmental Center

SnapChat tour of the Environmental Center

Check out a SnapChat tour of the FLC Environmental Center! The EC empowers students to create positive change on campus and in the community through exploring and educating about sustainability, innovation, and environmental and social justice issues. Follow FLC on SnapChat at @flcdurango.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015/Author: Nyquist, Lindsay/Number of views (282)/Comments (0)/
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Fort Lewis College grad to lead White House effort on Native American education

Fort Lewis College grad to lead White House effort on Native American education

In December, President Obama signed an executive order creating the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education. The director of this new effort will be William Mendoza, a member of the Oglala Sioux and a graduate of Fort Lewis College.

Tuesday, January 03, 2012/Author: Tuthill, Gail/Number of views (56)/Comments (0)/
Road Scholars Team races the Iron Horse train for scholarships

Road Scholars Team races the Iron Horse train for scholarships

A hundred and five riders will combine their love of cycling with their love of Fort Lewis College at this year's annual Iron Horse Bicycle Classic, when the Fort Lewis College Road Scholars Team races the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge train from Durango to Silverton in the Citizens Tour on Saturday, May 26, 2012.

Monday, May 14, 2012/Author: Tuthill, Gail/Number of views (71)/Comments (0)/
Finish in Four! gets students through school and into the world

Finish in Four! gets students through school and into the world

Completing an undergraduate education in four years can be a challenge. But the rewards can be many -- personal accomplishment, financial savings, and moving on to the next stage of your career-building. 

Wednesday, June 27, 2012/Author: Tuthill, Gail/Number of views (68)/Comments (0)/
Fort Lewis College representatives testify before Congressional committee regarding Native American tuition waiver

Fort Lewis College representatives testify before Congressional committee regarding Native American tuition waiver

Associated Students of Fort Lewis College President Byron Tsabetsaye, a member of the Navajo and Zuni tribes, shouldn’t have any reason to be nervous when he goes in for job interviews in the future, not after testifying at a Congressional field hearing on August 22. Byron was among a number of national, state, educational, and Native American leaders who spoke in support of U.S. Senate Bill 3504 entitled the “Native American Indian Education Act of 2012.”

Thursday, August 23, 2012/Author: Tuthill, Gail/Number of views (74)/Comments (0)/
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We have been receiving a lot of mail without a complete return address. We need the name of the department the mail is being billed to not your name or account number. We have quick accounts on the meter machine so your account number does not help. Make sure you also have 1000 rim drive, Durango Colorado in case the mail is not deliverable.
Please note that the newest version of the Check Request Form (CRF) can be found on the Purchasing website, as always. If you are using a template with the old version, please download the newest version to avoid rejection. The new version reinforces that the FLC ID # is REQUIRED and provides a link to the Vendor Look Up System in Web Opus. Here you can search for an existing vendor or request the creation of a new vendor (www.fortlewis.edu/vendorlookup). There is no longer a check box on the CRF form for a vendor that is not in Banner.

Any Check Request Form missing the FLC ID # will be rejected. Similarly, any CRF with any missing information will be rejected. Please remember to TAPE receipts to one side of paper only and include copies when the vendor requires copies of documentation to be sent with the check. Please remember to use your P card in place of CRF’s whenever possible.

CRF’s with missing information get processed slower! Ensuring your CRF is correct and complete will mean prompt payment or reimbursement.

If you have any questions, please contact Accounts Payable at Pietrowski_v@fortlewis.edu.