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2017 New Student Orientation

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Richard J. Daley College
New Student Orientation 2017

Associate Degrees
Associates of Arts (AA)

Associates of Science (AS)

Associates of Engineering Science (AES)

Take a Course
Richard J. Daley College
New Student
Orientation

Satellite Campus
Arturo Velazquez Institute
(2800 S. Western)
What is your Goal?
1. Associates Degree Transfer to a university

2. Associates Degree Workforce

3. Attain Certificates To become employable
Student Services
Contact Info:
Mirna Martinez & Marla Mutis
Email: DAadmissions@ccc.edu
Phone: 773-838-7575
Room: 1111

Admission Process
Next Steps
Online Resource Training
Campus Tour
www.ccc.edu
Schedule your appointment with
Yahaira Guilfu Diaz
yguilfu-diaz@ccc.edu
Room 2405
The Daley Career Office assist with:
Find career and major
Job Application
Resumes & Cover Letters
Mock Interviews
Start with the end in mind…
Office of Career Planning & Placement
Room 2405
Full-time
=12 credit hours or more
Part-time
= 11 credit hours or less
Richard

J. Daley

COST
COST
Tuition Comparison
Source: Institutional websites & CSU’s bursar (June 2012). Excludes cost of books and room and board. Names removed.
Online Tuition Calculator
If taking courses at multiple campuses, make sure you have time to travel between campuses

Make sure you register for courses at the campus
you plan to take your courses (Daley or AVI)

Communication Portal
Explore careers
Develop Academic Plan
Register for classes
What is Financial Aid?
Room 1111
Disability Access
Center
International Students
Student Organizations
Questions? Contact:
Ashantá Wellington, M.S.
awellington3@ccc.edu
(773) 838-7578

Registration Assistance
Enhance Magnifiers
Large Print Dictionaries
Sign Language Interpreters
Recording for the Blind
Note Takers
Readers
Voice Recorders
JAWS (talking software for the blind)
Classroom Accommodations
Referrals to: Campus, Community, state agencies & support services
If you have a medical condition, psychological diagnosis, or disability that impacts your learning and/or access to the City Colleges of Chicago’s programs and services, the Disability Access Center (DAC) may be able to assist.

Room 1401
Bring:
DD 214
Certificate of Eligibility
Other VA benefit paperwork
Available to all active military, veterans,
dependents and family members.

L113
Steps:
Complete the International Students Admissions Application
Complete the transfer verification form
Submit transcripts
Pay the Form I-20 student processing fee
Submit proof of English Proficiency (unless the applicant is from a country where English is the official language)

Eduardo Lugo
(773)838-7572
elugo@ccc.edu
Room 1111
Available to all international students with F-1 Academic Student Visas.
Room 1408
Contact Angela Vena
(773) 838-7937

L422
Small class size
Scholarship opportunities
Letters of Recommendation for transfer
Contact: Prof. Powell Room 2408
3.00 GPA High School or College
Complete the FAFSA
Complete Application
2 letters of recommendation
Submit an Essay
Be eligible to enroll in Math 118 & English 101
Interview with the Honors Program Coordinator
Contact:
Erin Sullivan
esullivan16@ccc.edu
773-838-7784
L304
School Athletics
Variety of transferable courses to meet:
General education requirements
Major specific requirements

University Partnerships and Programs
Guaranteed Admissions (i.e. UIC, DePaul, NEIU, Roosevelt & GSU)
Compact Agreement (AA & AS)
Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) Approved Courses

Transfer to a University
Women's / Men's Basketball


Women's / Mens Soccer
Contact: Erin Sullivan
Director of Athletic ; L304
esullivan16@ccc.edu
773-838-7784

Fall Leagues – September thru December

Spring Leagues – January thru March

Are you interested in playing sports with other Daley College Students?

Basketball
Kickball
Soccer
Ultimate Frisbee
And More!
Intramural League
www.ccc.edu/policies
Academic & Student Policy
1. If you want to transfer to a 4yr University, what type of courses should you enroll in?
QUIZ
http://saveontuition.info
Student Services
Services Provided:
Choose Your Focus Area
Flat Rate Tuition
Student A
Student B
Veteran Services
Contact:
African American Culture Club
Student Newspaper
Fitness Club
Latin American Student Organization (LASO)
Manufacturing Technology Student Organization
Music Appreciation Club (MAC)
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)
Political Science Club
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
Student Government Association (SGA)
Student Veteran Association
Success Ability Alliance
Women's Support Group
Associates of General Studies (AGS)

Associates of Applied Science (AAS)

$120,000
$65,340
Benefits
IAI approved courses
These policies include:
Students' rights and responsibilities
Academic policies
Appeal procedure for grading
Academic dishonesty
Code of Conduct expectations
Drop-rule policy
Satisfactory Academic Progress

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Click on
- Academics
WATCH OUT FOR AVI & MINI SESSION CLASSES!

www.FAFSA.ed.gov
Student Aid Report (SAR)
Student Aid Report (SAR)
Your EFC is 00000. Based on your EFC you are eligible for a Pell Grant of $5,628.
Your file was selected for a process called verification. Your school has the right to request to request documents from you.
WORK
SCHOOL
Room 2408
To conclude:
1.) Register for Classes
2.) Arrange Payment
3.) Obtain your Student ID Card
How to Register
How to View Financial Aid
Mirna
Valenzuela
123-45-6789
01021995
President
Dr. Jose Aybar
WR
Requirements
Complete the
9-Question
The NEW CCC Online Bookstore
Purchasing Your Books
for Spring & Summer 2015
The bookstore sells one term of books at a time.

Semester
Begin to
Purchase
your books
Summer 2014
Fall 2014
April 7
July 14
Book Vouchers
If you have a book voucher, it will be
automatically updated in your account
Semester
Dates to use
Book Vouchers
Summer 2014
Fall 2014
May 14 - June 27
Aug 4 - Sept 27
Money to help you pay for
College, provided through the
federal government, state,
school, or a private business
or organization.
Successful transfer takes careful planning.
Aneesa Saleh
Transfer Center Director
Room 1111

ASK.LEARN.SUCCEED
They Advice, You Decide
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Advisors can...
*using debit card payment only
Credit Hour Breakdown
Fall / Spring Term
Satisfactory Academic Progress
Three Measurements:
1.
Grade Point Average (GPA)
2.
Pace - Course Completion Rate
3.
Maximum Time Frame
Maintain a 2.0 GPA or Higher
Successfully Complete 67% of your Coursework
Complete your Degree within 150% of the Length of your Program
EX: 62 credits X 1.5= 93 credits
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GQS8PZT


ccc.edu/textbookx
TR
Earn 30 credits* Fall 2015 & Spring 2016 and receive two free classes for Summer 2016.
Receive Two Free Classes
To be eligible for this 15 to Finish Tuition Waiver, you must:

• Be enrolled as a full-time student in both the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters
• Earn a minimum of 30 credits during the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 semesters
• Pursuing a degree or certificate program and declare a program of study
• Be in good academic standing (2.0 Cumulative GPA)
• Meet with an academic advisor and complete an Education Plan
*Developmental education and foundational courses also count toward the 30 credits.

Eligibility Requirements

Visit:
Log into My.CCC.edu
In-District Chicago Residents
12 Credit Hours and above
Credit Courses
Foundational Studies
$599.00
$299.50
One Course only
5 to 11 Credit Hours
$1,069.00
$534.50
$1,753.00
$876.50
Daley College Facts
Total enrollment:
18,237
45%: College to Careers and Other College Credit
17%: Professional & Personal Development
38%: GED/ESL
*Students may be counted in more than one enrollment category.
Student Facts
54% of students receive financial aid
Median student age is 27 years old
51% are enrolled Full-time

66% are Hispanic; 21% Black; 7% White; 2% Asian; 4% Other
37% of graduates transfer to a four-year college within two years of CCC graduation
(percentage reflects Fall 2013 credit students)
The college is home to a diverse group of students
What you can do to succeed at CCC: What we expect of students:

Be Academically Proactive
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Meet regularly with an academic advisor to discuss the progress you are making toward your chosen degree and keep your education plan updated.

Be
an Engaged Student

Report to class on time and come prepared to learn, be engaged during class time; inattention during class disrupts the learning environment. Do not engage in non-class activities, i.e. using cell phones and working on an assignment for another course. Value your fellow classmates and instructors time.

Be a team player
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Respect your classmates' ideas and views and be an active listener. Also, create study groups after class and learn together.

Utilize resources
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Seek help from CCC faculty and staff to make sure you are on a path to succeed. Take advantage of Faculty office hours — they can help you to succeed in class and build your network for the future.

Ask for assistance
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Don't be afraid to ask for help. CCC has specialized support services to help you succeed i.e. tutoring, library, career and transfer services, wellness centers, and more.


Be an engaged member of the community

Make sure you activate your CCC student email and regularly read your email and visit Blackboard and Grades First sites. Follow City Colleges of Chicago on social media join student groups and clubs; attend events hosted for students on campus.

Good Citizenship
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Abide by the Standards of Conduct set forth by City Colleges of Chicago (CCC) in the Student Policy Manual.
Anthropology
Business
Criminal Justice
Education
English
History
International Studies
Journalism
Music
Philosophy
Political Science
Pre-Law
Psychology
Sociology
Social Work

Associates in Arts
Associates in Science
Biology
Chemical Engineer
Computer Science
Environmental Biology
Game Design
Mathematics
Nursing
Occupational Therapy
Pharmacy
Medicine
Forensics
Web Development
Associates in Engineering Science
Airline Pilot/Flight
Biomedical
Bio Fuel
Civil
Computer Hardware
Electrical
Environmental
Industrial
Mechanical
Nuclear
Software
Associates in General Studies
Dental Hygiene
Mortuary Science
Pre-Nursing
Radiography
Surgical Technology
Associates in Applied Science
Child Development
Criminal Justice
Information Technology
Manufacturing
2. Name one of the three transferable degrees.
3. Name one of the two workforce degrees.
Associates in Arts,
Associates in Science,
Associates in Engineering Science
Associates in General Studies
Associates in Applied Sciences

www.transferology.com
www.Transferology.com
Mirna Martinez
mgarcia485@ccc.edu
DaleyCollegeRocks
DaleyCollegeRocks
Click on the screen
Feb 27
Feb 28
Mar 1
Mar 2
Mar 3
mgarcia485@student.ccc.edu
773-838-7891
Verify Residency
Register for classes
Financial Aid
Make a Payment
Student ID card
My.CCC.edu
Host various transfer events:
Informational Sessions
Transfer Fairs
Workshops
2017
Withdrawals & Refunds
FALL Term
Scheduling Preferences
DePaul University
REVIEW MY PLANNER
REVIEW ACADEMIC GOALS
REVIEW PREFERENCES
FALL 2016
MATH 098
ENGLISH 100
READING 125
ART 103
Composition
Reading
SPRING 2017
ENGLISH 100
REVIEW MY PLANNER
REVIEW ACADEMIC GOALS
REVIEW PREFERENCES
REGISTER NOW
MY PLANNER
REVIEW PREFERENCES
REVIEW ACADEMIC GOALS
RETURN HOME
REGISTER NOW
MY PLANNER
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August 28 - December 16
Registration April 5 - August 21
16 week semester
Fall Term
Associates in Arts


Associates in Science


Associates in Engineering Science


Transfer Degrees
Anthropology, Business Management, Criminal Justice, Education, English, History, International Studies, Journalism, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Pre-Law, Psychology, Sociology, Social Work
Biology, Chemical Engineer, Computer Science, Environmental Biology, Game Design, Mathematics, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, Medicine, Forensics, Web Development
Airline Pilot/Flight, Biomedical, Bio Fuel, Civil, Computer Hardware, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Mechanical, Nuclear, Software
College 2 Careers
Associates in General Studies


Associates in Applied Science



Dental Hygiene, Mortuary Science, Pre-Nursing, Radiography, Surgical Technology
Accounting, Business Management, Child Development, Criminal Justice, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Networking Systems & Technology
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