Conferences and Special Events (CASE)- Usher Application

If you're interested in applying for a position as an usher at an upcoming CASE event, fill out the form below. 

 

Please keep in mind the requirements of working as an usher. You will be the first point of contact guests will have with College staff at our events. As such, you should be "dressed to impress", friendly and knowledgable, and prepared to work on your feet for up to several hours. A member of our staff will contact you with more specific details regarding the upcoming event if you are selected as an usher. We look forward to hearing from you!

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His Ministry is Higher Ed

By Emily Gold Boutilier

Photo by Samuel Masinter ’04

[Financial aid] Amherst’s financial aid program is regularly cited as one of the best, thanks in large part to Dean of Financial Aid Joe Paul Case, who retired in November after 31 years at Amherst. (His replacement, Gail Holt, started March 1.)

Is Amherst a Good Deal?

Interview by Peter Rooney

The New York Times recently assessed the net price of a college education by subtracting each school’s average financial aid package of grants and scholarships from its total price. This analysis revealed Amherst’s net price of $13,805 to be lower than that of any other highly selective college or university. Dean of Admission Tom Parker and Dean of Financial Aid Joe Case answered our questions about this analysis.

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An Amherst Q&A on Paying for College

Submitted on Tuesday, 5/22/2012, at 3:34 PM

Interview by Peter Rooney

Throughout their decades-long careers, Thomas H. Parker and Joe Paul Case have engaged in hundreds of conversations about the cost of higher education.

Recently, Parker, Amherst College’s dean of admission, and Case, the college’s dean of financial aid, chatted about college costs once more. Their conversation came against the backdrop of a recent New York Times analysis that used the U.S. Department of Education’s College Navigator website to assess the net price of a college education by subtracting an institution’s average financial aid package of grants and scholarships from its total price. The analysis included charts of the nation’s lowest- and highest-net-price private and public colleges and universities, and revealed that Amherst’s net price of  $13,805 is the lowest of all highly selective colleges and universities.

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