Day 1Preparing for advising & registration •Advising workshops •Placements (Math, Math 111 Readiness, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, German, and French)Preparing for fall term •Student/Faculty presentations and Q/A Panel •Expectations for Student Conduct •One-on-One advice from current students
Day 2Special Meetings for StudentsPlacements •Drop-in exams •Math 111 Readiness Quiz •Chinese & Japanese pt. IIAdvisingRegistrationPhoto ID
Day 2 (continued)Educational Sessions •Fraternities and Sororities •Financial Aid and Scholarships •Student Health Center Open House •Billing •Computing •Student Involvement •Housing •Study Abroad •And more…
David EspinozaCounseling and Testing Center testing.uoregon.edu
Day 1 Placement 1:00-2:30 p.m. Standard and Advanced Math Placement - 123 Pacific Hall Spanish, French, German - EMU Computer Lab Chinese and Japanese - University Testing Center D MATH 111 Readiness Exam – 177 Lawrence Hall• If a student needs to take the French, German or Spanish placement test and one of the Math placement tests, the student should take the Math test first. Once finished with the Math test the student can go to the EMU Computer Lab to take a language placement test.• If a student needs to take one of the Math placement tests and either the Chinese or Japanese placement test, the student should take the language test on Day 1 take the Math test on Day 2.
Kari GeskeAssistant Registrar, Office of the Registrar registrar.uoregon.edu
2012 IntroDUCKtion & WOW Registration ScheduleSession Dates Registration Registration Student Notes Begins Ends Type1 June 22 June 22 July 2 FR Hawaii only2 July 6 July 6 July 7 Transfer 2 days to reg3 July 8-9 July 9 July 11 FR4 July 12-13 July 13 July 15 FR CHC5 July 15-16 July 16 July 18 FR CHC6 July 19-20 July 20 July 22 FR CHC
2012 IntroDUCKtion and WOW Registration ScheduleSession Dates Registration Registration Student Type Notes Begins Ends7 July 22-23 July 23 July 25 FR CHC8 July 25 July 25 July 26 Transfer 2 days to reg9 July 26-27 July 27 July 29 FR10 July 29-30 July 30 Aug 1 FR11 August 2-3 Aug 3 Aug 5 FR Week of Welcome (W.O.W.)12 Sept 14-22 Sept 17 Open International W.O.W.13 Sept 18-23 Sept 20 Open Domestic W.O.W.
Fall Registration Schedule • Fall registration and waitlists beginMay 21 • At 3pm, registration closes to continuing students (UG & GR); students’ positions on waitlists are saved and waitlists are suppressed. Waitlists are not available to studentsJuly 3 attending IntroDUCKtion. • At 8am, registration re-opens to all after IntroDUCKtionAug 6 • Waitlists are re-activated and continuing students first in line are notified of any open seats • At 10am, registration closes to undergraduates not attending WOW; students’ positions on waitlists are saved and waitlists are suppressed. Watilists are not available to studentsSept 17 attending Week of Welcome. • At 8am, registration re-opens to UG after WOWSept 21 • Waitlists are re-activated and students first in line are notified of any open seats
What you can do to expedite the registrationroom experience Don’t spend time looking up CRNs – Advise by the course – WR 121, MATH 111, etc. Let’s teach our new students how to be self-sufficient using our course schedule! Watch out for the red checkmarks in the schedule indicating departmental or instructor approval Registration days (see handout): Freshmen have day 2 of the program + 2 more days Transfers have the day of the program + 1 more day After this, registration re-opens on August 6th for all and…please don’t spend time looking up CRNs
Course Schedule Tips Courses that have some or all seats reserved for FIGs (Freshman Interest Groups) are designated in the class schedule with note ‘U’ Full courses: waitlists are unavailable to students (continuing and new) from July 3 to August 6 New students should add themselves to the waitlist for courses they want on August 6 View course description and pre-requisites by clicking on the lecture CRN
Final Notes Tuition and fees for 2012-2013 AP (Advanced Placement) scores Duckweb advising access forms
Terrie Minner-EngleAssistant Director, Office of Academic Advising advising.uoregon.edu
Marjorie TaylorDirector of College Scholars Program csch.uoregon.edu
College Scholars Marjorie Taylor Professor of Psychology Director of College Scholars Program The College Scholars Program is designed to provide the types of experiences and opportunities that will help high-achieving incoming students develop their academic skills and learn about the wide array of scholarly activities at the UO.
College ScholarsFreshman Colloquia: Students meet faculty and learnabout recent research and career pathsGeneral Education courses: Small interactive coursestaught by top facultyMentoring: Advising events, Research assistantships,internships, scholarships
Why should students choose a FIG? Large Lecture Cohort of 25 students Academic & Social Transition 2 courses in general-education 1 faculty-led seminar and/or major Undergraduate FA A complete fall term schedule = FIG + 2 courses
What are Freshman Seminars? Exclusively for Freshmen Dedicated faculty teaching topics of interest Offered each quarter Popular Fall 2012 SeminarsBuddhism Through ArtChe Guevara: From Marxist Guerilla to Pop IconFrom Gothic Script to Graphic NovelRewriting the ClassicsUncovering the Past of the Real “Wild West”
Daniel RosenbergAssociate Dean, Clark Honors College honors.uoregon.edu
Robert D. Clark Honors CollegePlanning Your First-Term Schedule STEP 1 HC 199 – CHIP Honors Science / Nano-Newton FIG? STEP 2 CHC History and/or Literature STEP 3 Second Language? STEP 4 Mathematics or science?
Planning Your First-Term Schedule, cont’d STEP 5 Course in your major, or possible major STEP 6 Elective? STEP 7 List specific questions for your advisor.
Carla BowersUniversity Teaching and Learning Center tlc.uoregon.edu
Getting onto the Path… Admissions Financial Aid PathwayOregonAll students are… • lower-income and Federal Pell Grant eligible • Oregonians, who graduated from Oregon high schools • first-time freshmen (400+ entering F12, more than 1500 total)Approximately… • 40% self-identify as first-generation college students • 30% self-identify as students of color
Staying on the Path… • The Promise of financial support • The Program offering academic and personal support • The Partnership for student successAdvising ConsiderationsFreshman year students are required to… • take 12 credits per term (15-16 encouraged) • complete one WR course • begin a four-year graduation plan • complete one general education group • meet with an advisor once a termFreshman year, students are encouraged to… • begin math/foreign language coursework
Jeff MagotoDirector, Yamada Language Center babel.uoregon.edu
Second Languages @ UOFrench Chinese GreekItalian Japanese LatinPortuguese KoreanSpanishGerman Russian Biblical HebrewDanish Modern StandardFinnish Swahili ArabicNorwegianSwedish
2012 World Languages AcademyPersian/Farsi (1st) Hindi/Urdu(1st)Modern Hebrew (2nd) (Yakama) Sahaptin (2nd)
2012 Self Study Language ProgramModern Hebrew Lushootseed ThaiTurkish Chinook Wawa VietnameseWolof Romanian
Claudia Holguín MendozaCoordinator, Spanish Heritage Language Program spanish.uoregon.edu
Kevin HatfieldAssistant Director for Academic Initiatives, Residence Life Global Scholars Hall
Academic ResidentialPrograms in the GSH Language Immersive Programs Chinese Flagship Program Deutsch erleben!: German Immersion Japanese Global Scholars Vivir en español: Spanish Immersion Vivre en français: French Immersion Clark Honors College College Scholars
Language Programs in theGlobal Scholars Hall Instructor approval courses open to students living in the GSH; co-facilitated by the faculty, GTF and undergraduate Language Assistants Chinese 199: Sp St Global Scholars 17655 French 199: Sp St Global Scholars 17563 German 199: Sp St Global Scholars 17565 Japanese 199: Sp St Global Scholars 17656 Spanish 199: Sp St Global Scholars 17564
Kim Rambo-Reinitz & Carla BowersAll-Campus Advising Association duckadvising.wordpress.com