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  • Use this printout to Identify which courses you have already completed so that you know which courses to select for Spring 2014. You can also identify which courses--in which credit areas—youwill need to take in the future.
  • Use the High School Plans Comparison chart to identify your pathway and track the number of credits earned, taking, and needed for each subject area.
  • Chose the degree plan that best prepares you for your career goals. To chose a specific program (i.e. AA Business Transfer),go to ppcc.edu, then Programs, then Program Directory.
  • Use this slide to determine your eligibility for staying on campus (Bridge) or taking classes off campus (Select).
  • If a college course is offered at CSEC (Bridge), you must take it at CSEC. AAA 109 must be taken at CSEC. All science courses and most upper-level courses must be taken off campus (Select).
  • Follow the Course Progression sequences to determine your next course (i.e. if you are in an A section of a course, you’ll need to select the appropriate B section). For college prep science courses, Physical Science must be taken first with the other courses taken in any order.
  • Please take a moment to fill out the top portion of the Spring Course Selection Form. Use your Accuplacer scores, the Course Progression sequences, and your college degree plan as guides for selecting spring classes.
  • If you haven’t already, make sure that you have applied to PPCC, received a PPCC S# (S0-------), and completed the electronic version of the Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF) at https://cof.college-assist.org/. This information, along with a completed CEA, Spring Course Selection Form, and parent/guardian is essential for completing spring registration. See the checklist on the following slide for additional necessary paperwork.
  • All steps must be completed and checked in order to process through registration. Accuplacer scores and Graduation Progress Screens not obtained during a class presentation or workshop will be available at registration.
  • You must attend registration on your assigned day, based on your grade and last name. If you are not able to make it on your assigned day, please contact Ms. Jackie Lacasse, Advising Assistant.

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  • 1. SPRING REGISTRATION PRESENTATION OVERVIEW • Spring Registration—IS DIFFERENT! • Individual Graduation Progress Screen Printout • High School Plans Comparison • AA, AS or AAS and Specific Degree Plans • Course Progression/Spring Course Selection Form • CSEC Pre-Registration Steps/Paperwork • Spring 2014 Registration Checklist • Spring Registration Dates
  • 2. HOW SPRING REGISTRATION IS DIFFERENT • Broken Down into Smaller Steps • Checkpoints Along the Way • More Student/Family Communication Regarding Process • All Paperwork Gathered at Once • Students Assigned Specific Registration Dates • More Time Built in for Corrections/Changes • *More Students, Families and Staff in a Happy Place 
  • 3. GRADUATION PROGRESS SCREEN PRINTOUT
  • 4. HIGH SCHOOL PLANS COMPARISON Career Associates University English 4 4 4 Math 3 4 4 Science 2 3 3 Social Studies 2 3 3 Career Planning 1 1 1 Foreign Language 0 1 2 PE 1 0 0 Electives 7 4 3
  • 5. ASSOCIATES OF ARTS 60 Credits: Anthropology Art/Fine Art Photography Business Transfer Environmental Studies Psychology DEGREE CONCENTRATION AREA OPTIONS (EXAMPLES) ASSOCIATES OF SCIENCE – 60 Credits: Biological Sciences Computer Science Pre-Med Psychology Chemistry APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREES – 60 Credits: Accounting Computer Information Systems Criminal Justice Automotive Technology Radio and Television Broadcasting
  • 6. ON-CAMPUS VS OFF-CAMPUS COURSES W H O S T A Y S O N C A M P U S ? • All Freshmen (regardless of test placement) • All college prep courses are taken on campus • First time college students • Students taking AAA109 • Any course of interest that is offered on-campus • If you fail a college Select (off-campus) class, must come back on campus W H O G O E S O F F C A M P U S ? Sophomores, Juniors, or Seniors who have: • Demonstrated successful completion of on-campus college courses • Courses needed are not offered on campus • Demonstrated the personal and academic maturity to succeed in Select college courses
  • 7. WHAT’S OFFERED WHERE? O N C A M P U S • College prep classes and college Bridge classes • PPCC courses taught by PPCC adjunct professors: S E L E C T ( O F F C A M P U S ) • All college level Science courses • College courses specific to degree programs • PPCC schedule comes out Oct. 28th AAA109 ENG121 MAT121 COM115 GEO105 PHI113 HUM115 HIS202 PSY101 CSC105
  • 8. COURSE PROGRESSION MATH: 060A 060B 090A 090B 099A 099B Re-Accuplace MAT107 (Career Math) or MAT121 (College Algebra) ENGLISH: 060A 060B 090A 090B Re-Accuplace ENG131 (Technical Writing) or ENG121 (English Comp I) SOCIAL SCIENCE: US History A US History B World History A World History B Civics Psychology Geography History of Jazz, Pop & Rock SCIENCE: (based off of Math placement) Physical Science 060 A/B Biology 090 A/B Earth & Space 060 A/B Chemistry 090 A/B Re-Accuplace into College Science
  • 9. SPRING COURSE SELECTION FORM Student Name:_______________ Grade:_____ Career Goal:___________________ High School Graduation Plan:_______________ College Degree Plan:_____________ Acculacer Scores: Math:______ Reading Comp:_______ Sentence Skills:____ Elementary Algebra 1--------------44 45---------------60 61---------------84 85 Math 060 Pre- Algebra Math 090 Algebra 1 Math 099 Algebra 2 College Ready Math Reading Comp. 0-------------------61 62---------------79 80 Sentence Skills 0-------------------69 70---------------94 95 English 060 English 090 College English Elementary Algebra 1--------------44 45---------------60 61---------------84 85 Math 060 Pre- Algebra Math 090 Algebra 1 Math 099 Algebra 2 College Ready Math Reading Comp. 0-------------------61 62---------------79 80 Sentence Skills 0-------------------69 70---------------94 95 English 060 English 090 College English Elementary Algebra 1--------------44 45---------------60 61---------------84 85 Math 060 Pre- Algebra Math 090 Algebra 1 Math 099 Algebra 2 College Ready Math Reading Comp. 0-------------------61 62---------------79 80 Sentence Skills 0-------------------69 70---------------94 95 English 060 English 090 College English Spring 2014 Courses HS Credits (.5/1.0) College Credits (3/4/5) English: Math: Science: Social Science: P.E.: Elective: _________________: _________________: Total #:
  • 10. CSEC PRE-REGISTRATION STEPS/PAPERWORK • Parent/Guardian Present • Spring Course Selection Form • Completed CEA with S# AND Completed COF Online Application • Have I applied to my college? (ppcc.edu”Get Started”  “Apply for Admission”) or (uccs.edu  “Apply Now”) • Do I have a student identification number (ie. S Number)? • Have I completed a Concurrent Enrollment Agreement? YOU CAN ONLY BE ENROLLED IN PPCC COURSES IF YOU HAVE AN S NUMBER AND HAVE COMPLETED A CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT AGREEMENT PACKET
  • 11. SPRING 2014 REGISTRATION CHECKLIST Document Check When Complete Applied to PPCC or UCCS Attained PPCC or UCCS S# Completed CEA With student and parent signatures in addition to indicating PPCC S# throughout. UCCS students need to request a UCCS-specific CEA packet. Printed College Degree Plan AA. AS or AAS and for year college level degree plan as applicable. Specific degree plans available at ppcc.edu Programs Program Directory. Please circle your general degree plan or record your specific degree plan here:__________________________ Spring Course Selection Form Accuplacer Scores Graduation Progress Screen
  • 12. CSEC SPRING REGISTRATION DATES Seniors : (A-L) Monday, October 28th from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (M-Z) Tuesday, October 29th from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Juniors: (A-L) Wednesday, October 30th from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (M-Z) Thursday, October 31st from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sophomores: (A-L) Friday, November 1st from 1 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. (M-Z) Saturday, November 2nd from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Freshmen: (M-Z) Saturday, November 2nd from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (A-L) Monday, November 4th from 1 p.m. to 6:30
  • 13. CONTACTS Jackie Lacasse – Phone: 590-6814; Email: jackie.lacasse@csec914.org Thomas Bignall (A-F) – thomas.bignall@csec914.org Courtney Chandler (G-M)– courtney.chandler@csec914.org Jennifer Wells (N-Z) – jennifer.wells@csec914.org