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EFSC New Student Orientation Pilot

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Welcome to
EFSC New Student Orientation

We are glad you're here!
Let's start with a pep talk...
Need help staying...
?
can help!
Support
Services Include:
Academic Advising
Schedule Planning & Registration
Tutoring/Supplemental Instruction (Fall/Spring)
Career Advising
Transfer Advising
F.Aid & Scholarship Info
Visits to Florida Colleges & Universities
Monitoring of academic progress (Fall/Spring)
Student
Eligibility:
U.S. or naturalized citizen or permanent resident
Have a regular high school diploma or GED
Demonstrate an academic need as determined by the program
Be a "First Generation" college student (neither biological or adoptive has a Bachelor's degree) AND
Meet specific Federal Income Guidelines, must provide proof of income
Currently enrolled at EFSC
CONTACT US!
Cocoa Campus - Bldg 9, Rm 206
www.easternflorida.edu/sss
M-Th: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
321-433-7349
Office for Students with
DisABILITIES (OSD)
Services:
Test proctoring
Learning disability testing
Tutoring - math & English
Registration & advising
Student advocates
Sign language interpreter
Help with appeal paperwork
Accommodations
Intent is to level the playing field academically
Provide access, not a guarantee of achievement
Once provided, up to student to do necessary work
Instructors must comply; they are not negotiable
We provide services & reasonable accommodations to students with documented disabilities
Confidentiality
By law, we cannot disclose the nature of a student's disability to ANYONE outside our office
Faculty & staff may not ask a student if they have a disability
Nothing noted on student's transcript
Registration:
Student MUST have a completed file in the OSD to receive assistance
Dependent upon medical documentation provided
Student is responsible for completing all paperwork associated with their Intake Packet & providing required documentation
Come
See Us!
Cocoa Campus - Bldg 9, Rm 108
M-TH: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Our Team:
Chris Pierce / 433-7295
Disability Services Specialist
Nancy Malta / 433-7297
Learning Disability Specialist
Carolyn Isbell / 433-5598
Learning Specialist: English
Sachiko Davis / 433-7270
Learning Specialist: Math
Student
Responsibility:
Follow up after submitting all paperwork
To COME IN for services - cannot check up on students or send reminders
To request Teacher Notification forms each semester
To notify instructor of exam accommodations & request exams be sent to OSD
To follow OSD exam policies
To make appointments for tutoring
To call if you will be late or unable to attend appointments & provide necessary documentation
SGA:
A Voice for Students
What is SGA?
SGA Executive Board
Why should I join SGA?
How do I join SGA?
Get Involved!
FUN!
FRIENDSHIPS!
TEAM SPIRIT!
EDUCATION!
COMMUNITY!
CONNECT!
Explore clubs
Create a club
Attend activities
Explore clubs
Create a club
Attend activities
Get Involved!
FRIENDSHIPS!
CONNECT!
COMMUNITY!
TEAM SPIRIT!
EDUCATION!
FUN!
SGA:
A Voice for Students
What is SGA?
SGA Executive Board
Why should I join SGA?
How do I join SGA?
Student
Ambassador
Program
What is it?
Program goals
Responsibilities & Benefits
Eligibility requirements
Training
Office for Students with
DisABILITIES (OSD)
Services:
Test proctoring
Learning disability testing
Tutoring - math & English
Registration & advising
Student advocates
Sign language interpreter
Help with appeal paperwork
Accommodations
Intent is to level the playing field academically
Provide access, not a guarantee of achievement
Once provided, up to student to do necessary work
Instructors must comply; they are not negotiable
We provide services & reasonable accommodations to students with documented disabilities
Confidentiality
By law, we cannot disclose the nature of a student's disability to ANYONE outside our office
Faculty & staff may not ask a student if they have a disability
Nothing noted on student's transcript
Registration:
Student MUST have a completed file in the OSD to receive assistance
Dependent upon medical documentation provided
Student is responsible for completing all paperwork associated with their Intake Packet & providing required documentation
Come
See Us!
Cocoa Campus - Bldg 9, Rm 108
M-TH: 8:00am - 5:30pm
Our Team:
Chris Pierce / 433-7295
Disability Services Specialist
Nancy Malta / 433-7297
Learning Disability Specialist
Carolyn Isbell / 433-5598
Learning Specialist: English
Sachiko Davis / 433-7270
Learning Specialist: Math
Student
Responsibility:
Follow up after submitting all paperwork
To COME IN for services - cannot check up on students or send reminders
To request Teacher Notification forms each semester
To notify instructor of exam accommodations & request exams be sent to OSD
To follow OSD exam policies
To make appointments for tutoring
To call if you will be late or unable to attend appointments & provide necessary documentation
TUTORING
Math & Science
Technology &
Computer Skills
Vocational Preparatory
Instruction (VPI)
Supplemental Support
for Communications
EXAM PROCTORING
eLearning
Make-up
exams
External
institutions
Cocoa Campus - Bldg 12 Room 302
M-Th: 8am-8pm & F: 9am-1pm
321-433-7741 / cmall@easternflorida.edu
www.easternflorida.edu/cmall
The
Writing
Center
The Basics:
FREE service
Available to EFSC & UCF students, faculty and staff
Work 1-on-1 with writers in all disciplines, all writing levels and all stages of writing process
From research paper ideas to polishing your Ph.D. dissertation!
Services:
Writing consultations
Editor
software
Resource handouts
Library of Writing Reference Books
Student
Feedback:
"I started earning much higher grades."
"My professors commented on how my writing had improved."
"I learned so much more about writing."
"Talking it out made me know my story, made me know what I was trying to say."
Come
See Us!
Cocoa Campus - Bldg 12 Room 221
M-Th: 9am-5pm
321-433-7873

How do I sign up?
The
Library
Regular Hours:
M-Th: 8am-8pm / F: 9am-1pm
Sa-Su: online services only
(eResources & Ask A Librarian)
Special & Holiday Hours:
Check the Library homepage:
www.easternflorida.edu/academics/library
Information Literacy Initiatives:
1) Library Instruction Classes:

ENC 1101 (Comm I) & SPC 2608 (Speech)
2) Basic Information Literacy Tutorial (BILT):

Learn to find, retrieve & evaluate information
8 web based, self paced modules
3) College Credit Courses:

LIS 1023 - Info. Tech. Literacy (2 credits)
LIS 2004 - Intro to Internet Research (1 credit,
online)
Resources & Services:
Kindle Touch eReaders
Available for check-out, pre-loaded with eBooks
eBooks & Audio Books
Access through library website
Research Assistance - Ask a Librarian
chat, email, text or http://askalibrarian.org
Research Guides
http://libguides.easternflorida.edu
Online Resources via Library website:
Login with B# and PIN to access:
Business Source Complete
Consumer Reports.org
Florida Today
Nursing & Veterinary Education in Video
Safari Business & Tech Books
Wall Street Journal
...and many more!
Student ID / Library Card
Bring a copy of
your current course schedule and a photo ID to any campus Library circulation
desk to obtain
your EFSC ID
Check out library materials (up to 10 items at a time)
Receive discounts from local theaters & other establishments
Ride the bus for free (SCAT)
Your ID
Allows You To:
Visit the Center for Service Learning &
utilize the information on our website:
www.easternflorida.edu > Student Life > Service Learning
Bldg 12 Room 305
321-433-7610
It's time
for lunch!
Come
Visit Us!
Cocoa Campus
Building 12
TRiO Staff
Beatrice Turpin-Peek
Director
321-433-7349
Valarie Joiner
Assistant Director
21-433-7346
Alicia Berry
Admin Support
Specialist II
321-433-7349
Linda Barrelle
Record Specialist
321-433-7348
Linda Roosa
Supplemental Math
Instructor
321-433-7350
Renee Stewart
English Learning
Specialist
321-433-7374
EFSC
SERVICE
LEARNING
What is
Service Learning?
Blending of both SERVICE & LEARNING goals and experiences that are enriched by each other and are greater together than separate.
Can be stand-alone course or a component of another course that covers a primary subject.
Facts
& Figures
5,000+ students involved
200,000+ hours of community service
140 instructors utilize service learning
135 courses integrate service learning in 350 course sections each semester
600-800 students take Community Service-Learning & SL Field Studies courses annually
Began in 1988 - In 2013-14:
Since 1988, approximately
71,840 students have provided
over 2.6 million hours of
community service!
Award
Winning Program
Over 25 years of
Institutionalization
President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll 2006-2013
Florida Campus Compact Engaged Campus Award 2010-2011
Program
Benefits
Enriched learning
Documented experience
Skill development
Transferable credit
Improved self-esteem
Critical thinking skills
Job contacts
Make a difference
Broaden horizons
Improved health, vitality
Apply classroom knowledge
Gain civic literacy & skills
Citizen
Scholar Leaders
300 hours of service-learning
3.0 GPA or higher
Prerequisite service-learning
curricula
Written reflection
EFSC Scholarships
Community Service Scholarship $500
Outstanding Student Humanitarian $1000
Both require: 2.5 GPA, 500 word essay, 3 letters of reference
Rotaract Club
70+ members
50+ service projects/year
Meet every Thursday @
4:30 in CDR
Full transcript