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Parent Seminar I

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  • First of all, Welcome to Hope. Excited to welcome you into a group of parents, both of current students and alumni, that are found all over the place. Who came the longest? (Prize)
  • Here to talk about online resources and prevent this. Hope web stats (123 departments)
  • Main Navigation (Camus Calendar) Get Involved (Parents’ Weekend) Stay Informed (E-Newsletter, Photo Galleries) Parent Resources (Quick Overview All) Quick Links (All Campus Offices Link) News & Events Search Hope Parent Poll
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    • 1. Parent Seminar I Online Resources for Parents & Families Scott Travis ’06 Assistant Director of Alumni & Parent Relations
    • 2. Welcome
    • 3. Information Overload
    • 4. Where to start?
      • www.hope.edu
      • www.hope.edu/parents
    • 5. Parents Page Overview
      • Get Involved
      • Stay Informed
      • Parent Resources
      • Quick Links
      • News & Events
      • Search Hope
      • Parent Poll
    • 6. Campus Offices
      • CIT
      • Career Services
      • Financial Aid
      • Registrar
      • Student Development
      • Athletics & Arts
    • 7. Your Student
      • JobStop
      • 1.hope
      • KnowHope
      • KnowHope Plus
      • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
    • 8.
      • “ FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level.”
      FERPA
    • 9. Next Steps
      • Bookmark www.hope.edu/parents
      • Subscribe to E-News
      • Subscribe to RSS Feed
    • 10. Advanced Course
      • www.facebook.com/hopecollege
      • www.twitter.com/hopecollege
      • www.youtube.com/hopecollege
    • 11. Questions?
      • www.hope.edu/parents
      • [email_address]
      • 616-395-7250
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