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College 100 Final Project
Transcript of College 100 Final Project
http://www.thebody.com/content/art32281.html Demonstrate behaviors and conduct appropriate college and/or professional setting. Asking your professors questions about their profession, if your interested in their field can be very beneficial. Usually instructors are very eager to help you. Emailing them questions about how their degree affected their career choice can lead to vital information about what degree you pursue in college. I asked Mr. Swartwood several questions about his degree and how he enjoyed what he did. He chose to teach psychology with a Masters, and also does occupational therapy. He seemed happy with his life, and said he didn't regret the path he chose. The information he gave me helped choose my career path and confirmed the degree plan that I had made. I made sure I thanked him for his help, because that's the professional/courteous thing to do. I also, utilize proper college conduct by being a typical college student. I show up in comfortable clothes and eat snacks that aren't good for my body. But its important to remember the balance between professional conduct and typical college student conduct. Identify college resources necessary for student success. The library is your best friend in college. It has many resources for you to utilize. The librarians are very helpful and full of knowledge. Not only does the library have books they have movies too! They're free for you to rent and they have hundreds of titles for you to watch. The library website can also be helpful. They have many databases that can narrow down your search and help you look for the information you need for your research. When using a combination of resources your sure to get an A on your paper. Make sure you ask for help though, when working on your research the librarians can help you if you get stuck on an idea, or just don't know where to look next. I used this world book to look up something that I didn't know about for my sociology topic that I have to write about. I used an actual book to make my variety of sources wider. This is an important aspect in research, something that Peggy (a librarian) reminded me of! Identify students rights and responsibilities within the college environment. College can be a lot of fun, but its vital to remember that there rules. Every student at MCC signs a code of conduct contract. This means that if you break a rule, then you can be kicked out of MCC Blue River. So if you know all the rules then you can avoid getting kicked out of school. If you talk to an MMC Policy officer then you can identify which rules irritate them the most and which ones you can get away with. So for my artifact i thought it would be a good idea to have a chat with one of the policy officers and here's what he said. Respecting the fact that there is a difference between rights and privileges on campus can mean a lot when it comes to continuing your college education. Respecting other people is important here too.
Here's some rights:
You have the right to know about the crime that goes on, on the Blue River campus, and how safe you are statistically. You have the right to report any crime.
Here's some privileges:
Parking int he student parking lot
Using a cell phone
Using th echool's computers. Letter to future students: