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WCC NSO (Fall 13)

Windward Community College New Student Orientation
by Loea Akiona on 19 November 2013

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Transcript of WCC NSO (Fall 13)

How many classes should I take?
What classes should I take?
How will I pay
for school?

New Student Orientation
Windward Community College
Determining Your Course Load
Creating Your Ideal Schedule
Funding Your Education
Application and Acceptance
Preparing for Registration
Orientation
Why should I take 15 credits?
Better Grades!
Save Time & Money!
Graduate!
The longer you stay in school, the less likely you are to graduate!
15 credits will help you stay on track to finishing on time!
Ideal Schedule: Frosh Cohort
Grants
Scholarships
Loans
Step 4:
Reading
Writing
Studying
Time Management
10 hours per week for each course taken
+
going to class
studying
doing homework
MIDTERM:
EXAMS
PAPERS
School
Work
Students who take 15 credits usually earn better grades
"Free" money
"Free" money
Borrowed money
Campus Resources:
Ka Piko
TRiO
Student Support Services
Study Center (Hale 'Akoakoa 232 Lounge)
Student Activity Center (Hale 'Akoakoa 232)
Career & Transfer Center (Hale 'Akoakoa 130)
Math Lab (Hale La'akea 220)
Writing Lab (Hale La'akea 224)
Speech Lab (Hale La'akea 218)
Tutoring, counseling, computer lab (Hale Na'auao 146)
Disabilities Counselor
Dr. Ann Lemke
Mental Health Counselor
Dan McAlinden
Counseling
Welcome again to
Windward Community College
General Counseling
235-7413
Student Success Services
COMPASS
Placement Testing
Class #1 English 3
Credits
Class #2 Math 3
Class #3 IS 103 3
Class #4 Art 3 Botany
Computer Science
Hawaiian
Hawaiian Studies
History
Speech
Psychology
Class #5 High Interest Course 3
Take this test seriously!
Brush up on your math, reading, and writing!
Proper placement can save you TIME & MONEY!
ENG 22
ENG 21
ENG 19
ENG 18
ENG 100
$300
$300
$300
$300
+ $1,200
Full-time
Part-time
=
=
12 or more credits
Less than 12 credits
5 classes
(4 or more classes)
15 credits
(3 or fewer classes)
60 Hours
Max!
School
Work
30 hours
20 hours
40 hours
2 classes
3 classes
4 classes
Full-time
Part-time
=
=
12 or more credits
Less than 12 credits
(4 or more classes)
(3 or fewer classes)
$300
= $1,500
Course
Class
Next Step:
Registration Appointment
Readiness Check:
TB & MMR Health Clearances
COMPASS Placement Exams
MYUH Account
New Student Orientation
with a Counselor
Register with a Counselor
Appointment Line
235-7413
Bring your:
Class selection list
MYUH Username & Password
COMPASS printout
ENG: 1 hr
MATH: 1 hr
+
=
2 hours
COMPASS Retake = $25
Financial Aid Office
235-7449
(Hale Alaka'i 107)
235-7487
Frosh Cohort
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