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  • Terrie IntroD schedule and activities mirrors academic schedule – coming together and then moving apart as in fall, mirrors demands on students – large group lecture followed by small group discussion; follow-up with faculty tomorrow; small group teams; homework overnight; Student schedule – homework tonight “ See you in class” – some parents in “Insight Seminar”; can also participate in WOW
  • Terrie St handbook available for purchase Each step can be an individual piece of the puzzle – writing, language, mathemetics, FIGs – general education, electives, major courses FIG information available in the workshop
  • Terrie St handbook available for purchase Each step can be an individual piece of the puzzle – writing, language, mathemetics, FIGs – general education, electives, major courses FIG information available in the workshop
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  • Lori You prob know you will need to choose a major. graduate with a Bachelor’s degree.. There are diff types of bachelor’s degrees. One common type requires math, the other language. In the next workshop we’ll talk in more detail about which one is best for you and where you should start.
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Advisor training basics 2012 dars Advisor training basics 2012 dars Presentation Transcript

  • WelcomeNew Faculty Training for Introducktion
  • Goals for TodayWhen you leave today, you should be able to…•Understand the UO’s general education requirements•Utilize and interpret the Degree Audit Report•Advise incoming students on fall course placement
  • IntroDUCKtion Schedule On Day 1, students will: • Better understand UO academics • Learn about the Bachelor’s Degree • Participate in advising workshop • Take placements That night, students will: • Review course options • Complete p. 54-55 in Student Handbook On Day 2, students will: • Meet with an advisor • Register for Fall Quarter classes
  • ARH 204 – History of Western Art DAN 251 – Looking at Dance AAD 250 – Art and Human Values ENG 104 – Fiction CLAS 201 – Greek Life and culture SPAN 150 - Culture of Span speaking world EC 101 – Contemporary Economic Issues HIST 191 – China Past and Present INTL 250 – Values Systems PSY 202 – Mind & Society HIST 104 - World History MATH 243 – Intro to Statistics Yes, PS 205, PS 199 & Rel 101Bollywood to Hollywood PHYS 152 – Physics of Sound and MusicES 101 CIS 111 – Web Programming Interior GEOL 101- Earth’s DynamicJ201 ASTR 121 – The solar SystemJ199 PSY 201 – Mind & Society ARH 207 – History of Indian Art No – take WR 121 in Winter MUJ 350 – History of Jazz HIST 250 – African American History J 201 – Media and Society AAD 250 – Art & Human Values ANTH 161 – World Cultures ANTH 199 – Consuming AgendasWR 121 Winter Term J 101 – Grammar J100 – Media & Society J205/J206 – Gateway to Media Take SPAN placement? Or maybe startSPAN 111 new language with Italian …then take 101 Rock Climbing J 199 Back Page Essay MagazineHave Math 111 credit Photographyfrom high school class Working on newspaper Score puts me at MATH 095. Do I need to Is it too late to declare another major? take this in fall? Ask advisor. Do I need How will my community college credits count? Will they count towards any general ed? math for environmental studies major?
  • Are major courses required for fall term?
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • Is the student registered for a FIG?
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math FIG Arts & Letters 9 cr. 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • Writing WR 121 & 122 or 123Students take 2 writing classes, 1 of them before the end of their first yearFor more information, see pg.5 of your Faculty Advising Manual or pg. 18-21 of the Student Handbook
  • WritingDoes the student have previous credit or an ACT/SAT score that exempts them from WR 121?Does the ACT/SAT score qualify him/her for a support section of WR 121?If not, when is his/her priority registration time? Fall A-G Winter H-O Spring P-Z
  • Standard Writing Placement Score SAT Critical Reading ACT English Writing Placement470 or Below 18 or below WR 212 (with option to co-enroll in supporting tutorial course WR 195)480 – 700 19 – 31 WR 121710 or above 32 or above WR 122 or 123 Advanced Writing Placement Test Score Writing PlacementAP Language & Composition 3, 4, 5 WR 122 or 123 (exempt from WR 121IB English A (higher level exam) 5 Writing requirement completed
  • Degree Audit Report
  • Degree Audit Report
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • ScenariosWhich course should these students take? When?• Becca Schulze has an SAT score of 700 and no transfer credit.• Andrew Wahlstrom has an ACT score of 32 and no transfer credit.• Lori Manson has an SAT score of 360 and transfer credit from her local community college for WR 121.• Shasta McLester has a SAT score of 420 but thinks she took a AP test at her high school. What should she do?
  • Language and/or MathBachelor of Arts (B.A.) Bachelor of Science (B.S.) 2 years of a second 1 year of language college-level math (or equivalent proficiency) (or equivalent proficiency)
  • Language Where to start? • Begin a new language • Continue from HS - take placement • Continue with college credit – take next course in series2 yrs equivalent of college-level language = Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Language Fall Winter Springintensive SPAN/FR SPAN/FRyear one 111 112 ORstandardyear one 101 102 103 year two 201 202 203 Proficiency through “203”= Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • ScenariosWhat is your language recommendation?2. Arwen wants to study Italian, which she’s never taken before.3. Jennifer took Spanish all through high school, and is thinking about continuing.4. Terrie has credit through FR 201 from Lane Community College.5. Megan took the Spanish CLEP test and earned credit for Spanish 201 – 203.
  • MathWhere to start? • SAT or ACT score • Placement score (standard or advanced) • Continue with college credit – take next course in series One year of college-level math = Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Math 70 Prep courses 95 111 105 112 241 106, 107 251 College-level courses 242 2521 yr. of college-level math = Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Math 70 Take the Standard Placement 95 111 105 112 241 106, 107 Take the Advanced 251 242 Placement 2521 yr. of college-level math = Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Math 70 Take Standard Placement 95 111* 105 112 241 106, 107 Take Advanced Placement 251 242 252*Students who qualify for MATH 111 with SAT/ACT scores or standardplacement will need to take a MATH 111 Readiness Quiz today or tomorrow.1 yr. of college-level math = Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • ScenariosWhat would be your math recommendation?2. Tami has an SAT score of 540 and no previous credit. She is interested in a Biology major.3. What if Tami were interested in majoring in Romance Languages?4. Katie has an AP score of 4 on Calculus AB. She is undeclared.5. Bil has an ACT score of 25 and wants to major in Business or Economics.6. Jenni placed into Math 70 however she feels this doesn’t reflect her Math ability.
  • “The Groups” Explore both breadth and depth: ~4 courses in eachArts and Social Science Letters Science
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • Multicultural Requirement 2 courses total, from different categories It’s important that you understand American Cultures viewpoints and cultures. other Workplaces will expect this. TheInternational increasingly connected. world is Cultures Identity, Pluralism & Tolerance
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  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math FIG Arts & Letters 9 cr. 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class LanguageMulticultural
  • Building a Fall Schedule Writing Social Science Math Arts & Letters 15-17 Science credits ElectiveMajor class Language Possible Electives: Transfer Seminar,Multicultural Freshman Seminar, SAPP, dance, p.e., or TLC
  • Sample First-year Schedule *with a FIG*
  • Sample First-year Schedule*without a FIG*
  • Special considerations when advising transfer students
  • Arts & Letters – 15 credits Soc. Science – 15 credits Science – 15 credits General Writing – 2 courses Major Education Multicultural – 2 courses Math – 1 yr. equivalent Language – 2 yrs. equivalent ElectivesGeneral Education requirements
  • AAOT Arts & Letters – 15 credits Soc. Science – 15 credits Science – 15 credits General Writing – 2 courses Major Education Multicultural – 2 courses Math – 1 yr. equivalent Language – 2 yrs. equivalent ElectivesAssociate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree
  • SampleTransferSchedule
  • What students say“My advisor was more helpful and knowledgeable than I had dared to hope. Hereally made a huge difference in my experience.”“My academic advisor was really helpful and organized!”“I really enjoyed IntroDUCKtion. Before going, I was feeling really uncertainabout college and if I would be able to handle everything and felt rather lost onwhere to start with the whole process of scheduling classes, or anything for thatmatter. IntroDUCKtion eased many of my worries and I’m glad that if I do needhelp, there are a lot of friendly people I can talk to to help clear up any problems.I feel a lot more confident about the whole idea of college now.”- Quotes taken from IntroDUCKtion surveys, University of Oregon, 2009
  • Academic Advising • Your Academic Department • Office of Academic Advising • Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence (CMAE) • Accessible Education Center • Services for Student Athletes • University Teaching and Learning Center