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Guide for Transfer Students
Transcript of Guide for Transfer Students
Make sure all of your necessary paperwork is in! PROGRAM EVALUATION It is important that you become familiar
with all of your academic records, especially
your Program Evaluation!
Your Program Evaluation can be found on
NazNet. Connect with the Academic Advisement Center Location: Smyth 2 (basement of Smyth) ADVISOR MEETINGS Meet with your advisor as soon as possible!
WHY??: to review transfer credits, career goals, and plan future course schedules for your core, academic major(s), and minor(s), certifications, and specializations.
Don't know your advisor??: Advisor assignment information will be available on NazNet (under My Profile). Guide for Transfer Students Phone: (585) 389-2871 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: www.facebook.com/NazAcademic Advisement Nazareth Calendar Fall 2013
Classes Begin August 26th
Labor Day- No classes September 2nd
Reading Day- No classes October 3rd, 4th
Thanksgiving Break 11/26 November 27th-29th
*classes end at 4pm
Last day of UG classes December 6th
Undergraduate Finals December 10th-16th Spring 2014
Classes Begin January 13th
Reading Day February 21st
Spring Break March 10th-14th
Last day of UG classes April 25th
Undergraduate Finals April 29th-May 5th
Commencement May 10th-11th Summer 2014
Classes Begin May 19th
Memorial Day No classes
Last Day June 26th
Classes Begin June 30th
July 4th Holiday No classes
Last day August 8th 2013-2014 Schedule Changes New students may not register or make changes to their schedules online during their first semester at the College. Contact the Academic Advisement Center if you need to change your course schedule. What are P-EQ courses? A new core curriculum being implemented for new students who enter Naz in fall 2013.
P-EQ or Perspectives Enduring Questions, are courses that have significant global or cultural content, and employ writing-to-learn strategies. P-EQ How do P-EQ courses count towards the current core? They count as a PI in the Perspectives area in which the subject falls, as well as a writing intensive (W) AND global (G) course! Do you know the code? Understanding the Course Codes is critical when selecting courses.
These codes are found under the "Comments" section when searching for sections on NazNet. The Codes to Know: A Required for majors
B Open to non-majors
C Open to non-majors with dept. approval
F For majors only
G Instructor's approval required
H No open to freshmen
I Admission by invitation only
J Required for certification programs
L Required for inclusive childhood certification
M Required for adolescence certification
N Open to non-majors only
O Audition required
P Min of 40 hrs. production work required
Q Min of 15 hrs. production work required
R Liberal arts
S Studio course Advisement & Registration Planning on Studying Abroad?? If you are planning on studying abroad, make sure to speak with your advisor and start planning as soon as possible! You will hear a lot of talk about "new core," but as a transfer student you are admitted under the "old core". Things you should
know about Want to Live
on Campus? - Visit Residential Life in Kearney Hall! Phone: (585) 389-2480 Email Director of Campus Life Jane Kelly: email@example.com Transfer students have a number of housing options. Please see Residence Halls for descriptions of buildings and services. At Nazareth there are a limited number of single rooms and most of those go to returning students in the Spring Housing Lottery. Once you receive a space, you can request a change to a different room or building.
> Please see Room Changing Procedures for further information:
http://www.naz.edu/residential-life/returning-students/room-changes Website: http://www.naz.edu/residential-life Naz Email Begin using your Nazareth Gmail account. This is a great way to be in contact with your faculty advisor, course instructors, and other students. Please note that your Nazareth Gmail account is the primary source of communication for announcements and special notices from the College. Questions regarding your email account can be directed to the Information Technology Services Desk (IT) at
Phone: (585) 389-2111 or
Located in the lower level of the library Immunizations, Health Insurance Waiver
& Physicals - Immunization Records and proof of protection against measles, mumps, and rubella need to be presented to Health Services by the 2nd week of the semester, OR student will be removed from classes. -All Undergraduate Students must have a physical examination before enrolling: by August 1st for Fall admittance, January 5th for Spring admittance, and the first week of class for summer sessions. -Information about Student Health Insurance- https://www.gallagherkoster.com/students/student-home.php?idField=1173 * An easy way for transfer students to get copies of your immunization information is from your undergrad or previously attended college. Contact the health services office at your previous college to find out how to obtain this information. For addition questions and information contact the Health Services Office
Phone: (585) 389-2500
Location: Student Wellness Center
Fax: (585) 389-2503 Student Health form: http://www.naz.edu/health-services/new-students Billing -Questions regarding your bill, payments or payment options may be directed to the Student account's office at
Phone: (585) 389-2033 Location: Smyth 44
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: (585) 389-2045
Website: http://www.naz.edu/student-accounts -Questions regarding the status of loans and scholarships/grants should be directed to the Financial Aid Office
Phone: (585) 389-2310 Location: Symth 43
Email: email@example.com Fax: (585) 389-2317
Website: http://www.naz.edu/financial-aid *You can also check your Financial Aid on Naznet! I.D. Cards and Parking Passes - The NazCard if your official identification card and identifies you as a member of the Nazareth College community.
-The NazCard is essential to your day-to-day activities on campus. Be sure to carry it with you at all times! What your NazCard can provide:
1. Campus Access: Residence halls, computer labs, dining halls, fitness center, and special access locations
2. Meals: Used for meal plans in dining halls.
3. Dining Dollars: Used as a debit card at Collie Cafe, Cafe Sorelle, Millie's Cafe, the Cabaret and Roost.
Check what else it can be used for at http://www.naz.edu/campus-safety/department-services/nazcard -Students are required to place a parking permit on vehicles within the first two weeks of beginning classes.
-Student vehicles without parking permits will be ticketed
Check out http://www.naz.edu/campus-safety/parking-and-transportation for more information on where to park For more information contact Campus Safety:
Phone: (585) 389-2850
Location: 021 Shults Center
Website: http://www.naz.edu/campus-safety Bookstore (Barnes & Noble) - Shop for your books at the bookstore website: http://naz.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/BNCBHomePage?catalogId=10001&storeId=48053&langId=-1 Meal Plans - Chartwells provides students with many dining options all over campus. To purchase a meal plan:
1. You can fill out the form on your housing application.
2. Or sign up in person at their office, located in the lower level of Shults.
3. Or you can call them at (585) 389-5109 For residents' meal plan options check out: http://www.dineoncampus.com/naz/show.cfm?cmd=residents For commuters' meal plan options check out: http://www.dineoncampus.com/naz/show.cfm?cmd=commuters For more information visit the website: http://www.dineoncampus.com/naz/ What is Moodle?? * MyCourses@Naz Moodle 2.x is a version of our learning management system.
* Empty course shells are created and made available to instructors to use.
*Instructors will inform their students as to what content will be available and provide basic instructions on how to utilize Moodle to access these features. For more questions about Moodle visit:
http://10.0.0.80:8083/Plone/information-technology-services/current-students/moodle-for-students Registration & Advisement Sessions: The Registrar's Office gives students a step-by-step process through this link with pictures from the website:
Once you've returned your enrollment deposit form to Admissions, you will receive a letter from our office inviting you to attend one of our advisement and registration sessions. At the advisement and registration session you will receive information regarding your transfer credit evaluation and core requirements, meet with a faculty member from your major department, and register for your courses. Campus Resources * Lorette Wilmot Library
* Center for Student Success
* Student Health Services
* Counseling Center
*Office for Students with Disabilities
*Campus Safety Lorette Wilmot Library Phone: 585-389-2571
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Database Access:
> Library Catalog
> Union Catalog
> Electronic Reserves
> Electronic Journals
> Course Reserves
> Interlibrary Loan Ask a Librarian:
> Task them
> Visit them Center for Student
Success * At the CSS, we are committed to the success of all Nazareth students. This is a place where you can come and get lots of great help and information. Explore this page to find out whow we can help you with your questions! Need a TUTOR???
> You don't need an appointment to receive free and immediate tutoring assistance! Phone: 585-389-2885
Location: Smyth 22 (basement) Student Health Services Counseling Center Office of Students with Disabilities Career Services Dining Services Campus Safety Phone: (585) 389-2500
Fax: (585) 389-2503 * After Hours Illness or Injury call the nurse advice line @ 1-866-910-5313 * No charge to see provider in the Student Wellness Center. Phone: (585) 389-2887
Fax: (585) 389-2937
*Located in Student Wellness Center * All students are eligible for an initial consultation with a Counseling Services therapist, and based upon that conversation the clinician and student will work together to find a course of action that best suits the student's needs. Phone: (585) 389-2498
Location: Golisano (GAC) 61 * The Office for Students with Disabilities serves students who identify as a student with a disability and have provided our office with appropriate documentation. Phone: (585) 389-2878
Location: Shults Center
Fax: (585) 389-2300 Services provided:
-Graduate & Professional Schools
-Job Search & Internships
-Choosing a Major/Career
-Resumes & Cover Letters
-Work Study Where to Eat??
> Kearney Dining Hall
> Lourdes Dining Hall
> The Cabaret
> The Roost
> Cafe Sorelle
> Millie's Coffee & Sweet Shoppe
> Colie's Cafe Phone: 585-389-2850
Location: 021 Shults Center Welcome to
Nazareth College! We are glad to have you here :) We hope you enjoy your experience here at Nazareth College! :) Getting involved helps you to feel more connected to the Nazareth College community and provides a greater college experience.
There are many opportunities to get involved at Naz!
We encourage you to look at the many different clubs and organizations here on campus! - American Choral Directors Association (ACDA)
-Art History Club
-Association of Social Work Students (ASWS)
-Center for Spirituality Council
-Communication Sciences and Disorders Association (CSDA)
-Club Italianissimo -Creative Minds Club
-EGS: Electronic Gaming Society
-Elbowroom (Literacy Magazine)
-Gleaner: Student Newspaper
-Go Green! -INC: Inter-ethnic Nazareth Coalition
-Intramurals and Recreation
-LASMA- Spanish Club
-Music Business Club
-Music Education Club
-Music Therapy Club (AMTAS)
-National Association for Music Education -Nazareth Commuter Association
-Note to Self
-Physical Therapy Club
-Pre-Health Professionals Club
-Quidditch Club -Residence Hall Council
-Ski and Snowboard Club
-Steppin' Into the Community (SIC)
-Student Athlete Mentors
-Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA) GET INVOLVED!!!