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Group Advising and Registration

Spring 2014
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SUNY Jefferson ACTC

on 19 May 2015

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Advising
Jefferson Community College
Advising and Registration Program
Today's Objectives
At the conclusion of this session, you will
Reading, Sentence Skills, Math
Developmental Course Required Placements:
CLS 090, CLS 099, ENG 099,
ENG 100
, MTH 090, MTH 098 are required and should be completed in first semester when possible
Will strengthen and/or refresh the skills necessary to be successful in college courses
Delay enrollment in labs, online courses, and courses with heavy reading/writing requirements
Campus
Fort Drum
Online
(must complete 099 courses first)
Labs
Practicums/Field Work
MWF: one hour per class
TR: 1.5 hours per class
Evenings: 3 hours per class
Understand how your placement scores impact your schedule
Appreciate the workload requirements of college courses
Be aware of course formats and options
Be able to determine which courses are required for your program of study
Know how to search and register for classes
Leave with your class schedule for the next semester
Understand how you will register for future semesters
Understand your responsibilities in the advising process
# Hours of School Work/Week
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9
6
18
9
27
12
36
15
45
How much time can you commit to school?
Hours of Employment/Week
<20
12-16
20-30
9-12
31-40
6-9
>40
6 or less
# Credit Hours Enrolled
Recommended Max Credit Load
Look at your program
Overview
Program Overview
Career and Transfer Opportunities
Program Requirements
Electives
Prerequisites and Sequencing
Math Sequencing
English Sequencing
Statistics
MTH 090
MTH 090
MTH 098
MTH 144
MTH 174
MTH 184
MTH 098
MTH 125
MTH 155
MTH 185
MTH 221
Algebra
MTH 222...
English
Reading
ENG 099
ENG 100
ENG 101
ENG 102
ENG 218
LIT 100's
ENG 221
LIT 200's
CLS 090
CLS 099
CLS 101
Registration Tutorial
Course Search
& Registration
Developing your schedule
Review your Curriculum Worksheet
Refer to Worksheet for required and recommended courses
Use your Time Slot Chart to aid with planning
Seek assistance from your advisor
When done, review your degree audit with your advisor
Print schedule
Remember, your first semester is often quite generic. Your faculty advisor will help you with more career/transfer specific courses in future semesters.
Advisement for Future Semesters
Scheduling for the Spring 2015 Semester
Your Role/Responsibilities
Stop by and meet your advisor in September;
Late October, make an appt w/your assigned advisor to discuss spring classes.
Be familiar with degree requirements
Prepare tentative schedule
Be aware of important dates
Schedule an appt and come to session prepared
The better prepared you are the more your advisor can help with career/transfer decisions
August 2014
SUNYCard
Tuition Payment: 8/3-8/13 - Due August 15;
8/14-8/22 - Due August 22
Schedule Adjustments (Purge on August 11)
Purchase Books (check for Fin. Aid)
Cannoneer Weekend Program (August 22-24)
Advisor Assignment (QuickLinks: Mid-September)
Course Drop/Add and Withdrawal Deadlines
Refund Policy
Support Services (STAR Program/Tutoring/Counseling)
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- 2nd Purge
- 1st Purge
--Cannoneer

First day
of classes
What's Next?
In Your Folder:
New Student Registration Worksheet
Degree Worksheet
Timeslot Worksheet
Advising and Registration Guide
SUNY Gen. Ed. Requirements
Academic Calendar
Student Responsibilities
Career Development Checklist
Transfer Services
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Tuition Due
Weekend--

STAR Summer Bridge Program
WHO: Any full-time student who tests into CLS 099 or ENG 099
WHAT: A free 6-week offering of CLS 099 or ENG 099 for qualified applicants
WHEN: Mon-Thur 9:00AM -1:00 PM; July 7-August 14
WHY: Get ahead in pre-college coursework in a free setting that bridges the gap between high school and college
Applications are being accepted today; Room 6-217
Select Quicklinks
Select Add (Register) or Drop Classes
Enter Alternate PIN (from top of Worksheet)
Select Class Search
Select Advanced Search
From Subject Box, Select New Student Day and Register
ENG 220
ENG 222
ENG 223
ENG 224
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