Quick Review from ISOPDecimal Grading (0.0-4.0)1.0 is considered passing grade2.0 needed for ESL, Math, Science to move to next levelP / NC Grading (need 2.0 to pass)Student Option Grading(Decimal or P/NC) – see example
Examples from Class Schedule Check your Syllabus
Other Grading Options “W” Grade Withdrawal“W” - dropping a class beginning the 3rd week of the Qtr. Will not earn credit 1. If “W” class is part of your 12 credits load – your I-20 will be terminated. 2. Question? See an Advisor
Use this grade only 1x as part of your 12 credits “N” Audit(Appears on transcript, but not calculated in the GPA)
“Z”Hardship Withdrawal (Sick, Emergency, Crisis)Teacher MUST approve this grading option
“V”Vanish grade = 0.0 I-20 will be terminated.
Scenario #1: Student has been ill. She has been seeing adoctor for 4 weeks and is still unable to attend class. Sheshould ask her instructor for a ____ grade.Scenario # 2: A students decides his ESL class is tooeasy. He plans to take IELTS next month so has stoppedattending his class. He will receive a ____ grade. What willhappen to his I-20?Scenario #3: A student in ESL 100 is worried because hethinks he may not be able to pass his class. He doesn’twant a decimal grade on his transcript so he can requestthis other grading option _____.
Know Your Grading Deadlines (This is YOUR responsibility.)Available in printed quarterly classschedulesIP Office Bulletin BoardAdvising This WeekE-NewsSCC WebsiteFind Calendars under “Quick Links”Add calendars to your mobile device
UpcomingDeadlines http://new.shoreline.edu/calendars/ Click “Academic” Unclick the other calendars to see only academic deadlines.
FACEBOOKFriend us: “IEadvisor”EMAILHave you been receiving emails from IE advisors?No??? Update information – Green FormsInclude your FULL name in emails please!IN/OUT BOARDAdvisors’ Work SchedulesAvailable online: www.shoreline/international.edu1.) Contact Us, 2.) See Who is Here Today
IE WebsiteVisit every week for “Advising This Week”Walk-in hoursRegistration RemindersUpcoming DeadlinesAnnouncements www.shoreline/international.edu
Advising This WeekWeekly post to IE Website Under “Program News”
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E-NewsSent directly to your email! Important Reminders Live Links!
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Student Leadership Center http://ww2.shoreline.edu/sba/STUDENT STUDENT CLUBS ORGANIZATIONS
Classroom Reminders1. Attend class every day.2. Sick? Contact your teacher before missed class.3. Come to class on time.4. Ask questions & participate in discussions5. Treat your teachers and each other with respect.6. Speak in English7. No cheating! Did you know you can lose points for being late to class?
What YOU need to knowWhat you need to know?Can result in failure of the class.Can be reported to transfer university if information isrequested as part of application.Examples of plagiarism:Using your friends work and passing it off as your own.Copying work from a friend while taking a test (whether in class or for an onlineclass).Studying for an exam using questions from a friend’s test.Quoting or summarizing from another’s work (published, unpublished/website) andNOT acknowledging the source
Who is my Advisor? Family Names beginning with: A – J: Tiffany K – Pa: Erin Pb – Z: CynthiaYou can meet with any advisor during walk-in or you cansign up for your assigned advisor.Schedule appointments with your assigned advisor.Email questions to your assigned advisor. And remember…while we do have assigned advising, we’re all here to help you!
Where is my Advisor?Advisors are faculty at SCCWork 9 month contract over 12month yearCheck Online to see who is here?Some days during quarter breakwith NO Advising, but IE Officewill remain open.Okay to see another advisor ifyou’re advisor is out of the office.
When can I meet with my advisor?I have many questions.
“Regular” You Choose! Walk-in Hours Any advisor can help (Begin next Thursday)you, but you can sign up Mondays: 10:30am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-4:00pm Tuesdays: 10:30am-12:00pm & 2:00pm-4:00pm for your assigned Thursdays: 10:30am-11:45am & 2:00pm-4:00pm advisor.
Advising RemindersCome to walk-in preparedFill out forms BEFORE seeingan advisorBe responsible – respond toemails, attend workshops, letus know if you’ll miss anappt.Bring list of questions duringwalk-in.
Plan Your Major* Meet in Groups by Major(If you’re not planning to transfer, let an advisor know.)* Learn what classes you’ll need to take* Work with Advisors to create your OWN quarter by quarter academic plan!
WHICH GROUP SHOULD YOU ATTEND?BusinessGeneral/UndecidedNursingEngineering: Civil/Aero/M echanical/IndustrialEngineering: Bio/Chemical/Computer/Electrical/Paper ScienceScience – Biochemistry, Chemistry,Art / Graphic DesignCommunicationsPsychology
Planning Groups by MajorFollowing today’s meeting, sign up foryour group in computer lab.Do not miss class to attend a group.Discuss your major and goals (HSC,degree, transfer)Help create a PLAN just for YOU!
But wait! When do I get anappointment with my advisor?
Individual AppointmentsNeed to wait until AFTER your “Plan Your Major” group or you get Advisor permission. Come see an Advisor during Walk-in.
YOUR PLAN START WITH A PLANNING GUIDE Many different plans available online: http://new.shoreline.edu/programs/ LEARN ABOUT DEGREES AT SCC NEW TERMINOLOGY: Humanities / Social Science / Electives THEN…Sign up for a Planning Group by Major to make your OWN plan.
Type of Degree Gen. Ed. Electives CoreRequirement s DistributionRequirements •Humanities•Math/Science •Social Sciences
Gen. Ed. CoreRequirement sDistributionRequirement s
General Education Core• ENGL 101 – 5 credits• ENGL 102 – 5 credits• Multicultural (see other side of guide) – 5 credits• Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning – 5 credits
HUMANITIESMusic CommunicationsArt LiteratureLanguage PhilosophyNeed 15 creditsAt least TWO different disciplinesMaximum of 5 credits in Performance Skills
Performance/Skill s Humanities GeneralHumanitie s
MATH / SCIENCE• Science #1 (lab)• Science #2• Other Math / Science • Usually a math class, but not alwaysAt least TWO different disciplinesNote: Nutrition does not count as a Science
Other Math / Scienc eLab Sciences Non-lab Sciences
Social Sciences• Sociology• Economics• Psychology• Philosophy• Geography• Economics• Anthropology• HistoryNeed 15 creditsAt least TWO different disciplines
Electives / Pre- major•Class you elect / choose to take•Will reflect your major or interests• Classes needed for your transfer university• ESL 100 will count toward electives• PE Classes (H.S. Completion)
Final Steps!Check your email for link to Online CalendarSign up online to attend Planning Group (see email)Come on time for your group.Create a PLAN just for YOU!Check registration deadlines on blackboard and if greennotebookHave questions? Please see an Advisor. We’re here to helpyou!