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Winter Welcome Workshop
Transcript of Winter Welcome Workshop
Advisor Name - Advisor Contact Information
Textbook vouchers can only be used in the BCC Campus Bookstore. Funds can only be used for textbooks. The Spring 2018 textbook voucher amount will be $500. In the event all funds are exhausted, inform your advisor as soon as possible. Accounts are valid from Monday, January 29, 2018 - Friday, March 2, 2018. You will need a validated BCC ID at the bookstore.
Lost, stolen or damaged Metro Cards will not be replaced. An appeal process will be in place for students wishing to re-establish Metro Card eligibility.
Complete your 2018/2019 Financial Aid Application if you have not already done so.
Check your BCC email at least once a day. BCC and the ASAP Program will send important information to this account.
If you are taking a Math class, it is mandatory that you attend at least 2 hours of tutoring per week. Please complete and submit your tutoring cards to your advisor.
If you are not taking Math this semester, you should attend tutoring in any subject you are not getting a grade of at least a B. Tutoring is available in all subjects at BCC.
Set a Goal for the Semester
Your semester will run more smoothly and you will be more productive if you set a goal for yourself. Your goal should be specific and measurable so you can measure your progress and make sure you are on target to achieve it. An example of a goal would be to increase your G.P.A. to a 3.4 this semester.
Create a network of people that are as committed to your success as you are. This network should include classmates, ASAP peers, professors, mentors and of course, your ASAP advisor.
Learn outside the Classroom
Don't forget to get involved. Join clubs and organizations, find a mentor, participate in activities. Remember, CUNY is one large University so do not limit your activities to just BCC. See what is occurring at the other CUNY campuses. Also start thinking about the transfer application process early.
Don't hesitate to ask for help!
Whether it is academic help or assistance with a personal problem, BCC has a host of resources including tutoring, Personal Counseling and Single Stop available to provide assistance with whatever you need. See your ASAP Advisor if you are unsure of where to go for help.