3. What are you going to learn today? O Shoreline ESL Program O Advising System for ESL students O Class Registration (sign up for classes) O Tuition payment O SCC Student ID & Metro Bus/ORCA Card O Support Services for your study O Food Services O Grades in ESL classes O International Insurance
4. Shoreline ESL ProgramPlease turn page 6 in yourStudent Resource Book
5. ESL Levels ESL Foundation A, B & C Bridge A & B Foundation A Foundation B Foundation C Bridge A Bridge BWriting & ESLAF 50 ESLAF 60 ESLAF 70 ESL 80 ESL 90Reading (10 credits) (10 credits) (10 credits) (10 credits) (10 credits)Listening ESLAF 51 ESLAF 61 ESLAF 95 & (5 credits)Speaking (Total 16 credits) ESL Language Lab 1 credit (Required of all level 1-5 students)
6. 1 Quarter (3 months) = 15 credits (average) = $3,034Level Foundation Foundation Bridge A Bridge B Academic A&B C English Academic Math Psychology ESL100 Preparation 5 credits 　５ credits ５ credits Class ESL95 5 credits ESL70 ESL80 ESL90 Art ESL 50 &Class 60 １０ credits １ 0 credits １０ credits ５ credits 15 credits Lab 1 credit Badminton Yoga Basketball Business Lab 2 credits 2 credits 2 credits 5 credits 1 credit (option) (option) (option) Total 16 credits 18 credits 17 credits 17 credits 15 creditsCredits
7. Your First QuarterO ESL Foundation A & B:English Classes only to build a foundation.O When you are in ESL Foundation C:You may start taking one Physical Education class (for example, Badminton, Basketball etc.), Music class (Piano, guitar etc.)
8. Advising SystemHow do I meet with the advisors?Please turn page 1 in yourStudent Resource Book
9. Your Academic AdvisorsErin Walker Cynthia Okawara Tiffany Meier
10. Advising SystemPlease turn page 13 in yourStudent Resource Book
11. 3 Ways to Meet the AdvisorsO Walk-in advising (5-10 minute quick questionsO Appointments – ½ hourO Seminars – variety of topics
12. O Walk-in advising available 3 days a week Monday & Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Thursdays: 10:30 p.m. –11:45 a.m. 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. The IE Office is closed 12 – 1 p.m. M, Tu, W & F (12 – 1:30 p.m. on Thurs.)
13. O Appointment advising available 2 days a week:Wednesdays and Fridays are specifically reserved forStudent Appointments!Other days also have a few appointments available.To make an Online appointment: http://www.international.shoreline.edu/curr_appt.html
14. Class RegistrationO Complete a Registration FormO Meet ESL teachers today at 2 p.m.O Receive your Class ScheduleO Pay your tuition at Cashier’s office
15. 2 Form to CompleteO Registration Form for signing up for your classes today.O Release of Info. Agreement – to give permission for SCC to release personal information.
16. Choose Quarter Here 9 6 5 -xx-xxxxYour name, address & telephone numberPlease choose your answer Your signature & date
17. Agreement for Release/Exchange of Information FormSee back of “Dolphin” handout
18. Under 18 years old: Over 18 years old:You must choose You can eitherOption 1. choose Option 1 (to give permission toStep 1: SCC) OR Option 2Everyone (not to give SCCwrites name permission for& SID Steve Young 965-55-5555 personal information.Option 1:Fill in as Kim Young, Mothersample 82-555-5555 kyoung@mailshown. Steve Young Passport signatureOption 2:You will onlyneed to putyour nameand sign anddate.
19. Tuition Payment – See page 24O Please go to Cashier’s Office (FOSS 2nd Floor) and tell your ID number or bring your class schedule.O Use credit card, debit card, traveler’s checks, personal check or cash.O Keep your receipt.O Last day to pay your tuition is Tuesday before the classes star t.
20. Shoreline ID Card – AFTER you paid your tuition O Bring your receipt from tuition payment and your passport (picture ID) to Media Services in Library (4000 Building). O Smile big in front of a camera and get your ID card in 5 minutes! O Replacement of your Student ID card is $17 if lost. Please see Business Hours handout for their service hours during ISOP week. See page 8 & 9 in Student Resource Book.
21. Class schedule + Tuition Payment = Student ID Card + Receive your official Shoreline STEP 1: STEP 2: STEP 3: Student ID Card! Register your Go to the Cashier’s Bring your receiptclasses and get Office and pay your & passport to your class tuition Media Service in schedule the Library
22. Text Books – AFTER you go to your classesO Go to your classes first before you guy books! Read your SYLLABUS (class outline) from your class and learn which book(s) you need to purchase.O Go to Shoreline Bookstore with your Class Schedule AND SYLLABUS to locate your books.O Keep your receipt from purchase in case you need to exchange or sell it in the future.Please see Business Hours handout for their service hours during ISOP week. See page 5 in Student Resource Handbook.
23. Free services are availableO Writing and Learning StudioO Math Learning CenterO Academic TutorsO Special Program TutorsO ESL TutorsO CounselingO International Student AdvisorMore information (location & contact info.) is listed in Page 3 & 4 of Student Resource Book.
24. Food Services (page 7)Full Service CafeteriaMon – Thurs 7:30 am – 2:30 pmFri 7:30 am – 2:00 pmEspresso and DeliMon – Thurs 7 am – 6:30 pmFri 7 am – 4:00 pmEspresso “Shack” by 2200 buildingMon – Thurs 8 am – 3:30 pmFri 8 am – 1:30 pm
25. Grades in ESL Classes – page 2O Mandatory P / NC Grading(P = pass; NC = Non CreditYour ESL classes will be P/NC GradingOther grades:O V = Vanished (stopped attending class)O W = Withdrawal (dropped class)O Z = Hardship (special arrangement made with instructor due to unforeseen circumstances)
26. Metro Bus Information & ORCA CardO SCC sells a quarterly ORCA CARD for using Metro bus and other public transportation. The ORCA is available through Cashier’s Office.Please see Page 21 for the price for each ride and zone information.
27. Sickness and Injury InsuranceO Your tuition will include $258.75 per quarter insurance fee.O If you have your own insurance plan from home country, please complete the Insurance Waiver form when you meet with ESL teachers at 1 p.m. $258.75 will be deducted from your tuition payment.O Please come to Medical Assistance & International Insurance during ISOP Day 3 & 4.O You will receive: Insurance ID Card & Policy Brochure
28. During your quarterO You will be invited to meet Academic Advisors during the 2nd week of the quarter.O Academic Advisors will also come to your ESL class to assist you with registering classes for next quarter.O If you have any questions, please come to International Programs office and see the advisors during Walk-in advising hours or by appointment.
29. Good luck!Thank you for your participation!
30. Mark “X” if you have your own Xinsurance from Turn the home country. page!
31. Please put your insurance information here Please sign and date!