To apply for HYPE 300/400 Level credit, please complete the HYPE 300/400 Level Registration Form.
If you are a student and would like to be a HYPE Mentor, you can fill out the online application. HYPE Mentor applications are reviewed in March.
If you are a faculty or staff member interested in offering a session or have a creative idea about a session, you are encouraged to submit it for consideration via the HYPE Session Proposal Form. Once submitted, the sessions subcommittee will get in contact with you.
Report University Related Conduct Violations/Incidents on the Incident Communication Form (ICF).
Students, Faculty, and Staff:
Directions for completing an Incident Communication Form (ICF):
Select the type of involved party (Individuals or groups) by clicking the appropriate box.
Under the "Name" box, type the last name of the person you are looking for. A list of active students/staff member names will populate below the box for you to choose the appropriate person. Next, under the "Role" box, select the role of the person selected. There are 3 options: Responding party or person accused of violation; Reporting party or person identified as victim; or other (witness). If additional Responding party or Reporting party members are involved, click the "+ Add another" link and complete the same steps as above.
Choose the type of incident or report form you'd like to submit. There are 4 types of forms available.
1. FYI is general incident form that should be used when something occurs that is NOT a violation of the Student Code or Federal/State/City law. These may include items like vehicle damage, lock outs, or other notifications that should be documented that may lead to other issues.
2. Conduct is any violation of Federal/State/City/University policies
3. Title IX is any violation of Heidelberg's Sexual Discrimination Policy
4. Accommodations are supports or services provided on Heidelberg's campus so qualified students with disabilities have equal access and opportunities to benefit from classes, programs and/or campus activities. Further information about accommodations at Heidelberg can be found under Accommodations.
Once an Incident Type has been selected, specific questions will populate below. Complete the information boxes as directed on the form. If there is not a specific box that addresses your need, please include that information in the "Incident Details" section of the form.
Once all involved party and incident information is provided, this section of the ICF allows for any supporting documentation to be uploaded, including medical documents, accommodation forms, incident pictures, text messages, emails, etc.
Things to remember:
- Fill out the form as soon as the incident is over.
- Write factual statements - leave out opinions unless backed by fact.
- Correctly spell all names of person(s) involved.
- Make sure all addresses and phone numbers are correct.
- Write in complete sentences and spell all words correctly.
- Try not to use too many "he/she" or their plurals - use names.
Institutional Review Board Charts
Library instruction sessions are a great way to help your students become better researchers. Please submit requests at least one full week in advance.
The Office of Marketing and Communication Services offers a wide range of services to the Heidelberg community. To begin a project with us, please fill out our work request form.
What We Can Do For You
- News: Front page story, department news story, news release
- Social Media: Posts to Facebook, Twitter, Flickr Set
- Photography: Event coverage, photoshoots, headshots
- Website: Update webpage, create forms (survey, registration)
- Print Project: Invitations, posters, brochures, magazine/book
- Graphic Design: Logo, TV tile, graphics
- Ads: Newspapers, yearbooks
To participate in the MLK Day of Learning service events, sign up here.
Morpheus literary magazine is a student-run organization that meets on a weekly basis throughout both the fall and spring semesters to uphold the long tradition of the publication on campus. The magazine consists of student-submitted and faculty-judged work in a number of categories such as short form fiction, poetry and academic writing. Meetings consist of planning publication of Morpheus and the contest that goes along with it, as well as other events around campus that are held to further fuel a widespread passion for the art of the English language. Freshmen through seniors can join the publication staff and are able to be elected into committee chair positions for the entire academic year that can be compensated by either pay or practicum credit. If you have any questions or want to know more information please contact the advisor for Morpheus, Dr. Lucy Biederman, via email at email@example.com.