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Use the ECPI Catalog available found here: http://ecpi.smartcatalogiq.com/en/current/Catalog . It is the newest edition. Answer the following questions found within the ECPI University Catalog.

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Upload completed assignment here. Copy and paste each question into a Word document and respond beneath each question in full sentences. Answer each question in your own words (do not copy and paste). Provide the page number on which the information is found. Save the document as first name, last initial_scavengerhunt. Example: CrystalE_Scavengerhunt.
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1. Who is the accrediting body for ECPI? 2. What does this mean for you as a student? 3. Who is the founder of ECPI? 4. When was ECPI founded? 5. In what state was ECPI founded?

Campus Roles and Departments 1. What is the role of the CDAA? 2. What are some of the duties for the CDAA? 3. What is the role of the Career Services Advisor? 4. Why would you visit the Career Services office? 5. What is a Career Fair? 6. What is the role of the Librarian? 7. What resources are available in the library? 8. What is the library checkout policy? 9. What is MySafeCampus?

Professionalism Requirements 1. Name five inappropriate types of dress. 2. Discuss the importance of wearing the assigned uniforms (med) and/or dressing for a business environment (nsm/IT, bus). (Please respond according to your major) 3. Why does ECPI enforce the dress code? 4. What is the attendance policy here at ECPI? 5. What is your responsibility as a student when you are running late or if you are going…...

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