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Welcome to Cuyahoga Community College!. OVERVIEW OF SESSION. Goals of orientation: Welcoming, memorable, feel connected, aware of resources Learning about your academic & career options Planning your career goals & staying on track Taking advantage of student services. SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS….

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overview of session
OVERVIEW OF SESSION
  • Goals of orientation:
    • Welcoming, memorable, feel connected, aware of resources
  • Learning about your academic & career options
  • Planning your career goals & staying on track
  • Taking advantage of student services
successful students
SUCCESSFUL STUDENTS…
  • Get involved, not OVER-involved
  • Manage time & schedule realistically
  • Have a plan – counselor will help!
  • Consistently attend class
  • Progress through math, English & science (as needed)
  • Talk with professors
  • Know your grades
  • Are familiar with class syllabus
campus police here to help
CAMPUS POLICE – HERE TO HELP!
  • Restraining Orders
  • Escorts, Lock-Outs, Jump-Starts
  • Lost & Found
  • Report Strange Behaviors
  • Crime Reports – updated & reported to FBI
  • All State-Certified Officers
  • Smoking Locations
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents – reports on campus
  • Blue Beacons
  • Parking Only in Designated Areas
  • Theft Reports

Save these numbers in your phone or write them down!!!

Non-Emergencies Emergencies Office Location216-987-4325 216-987-4911 MCON-90

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Metropolitan Campus

Eastern Campus

Take classes at 15+ physical locations & online!

Corporate College West

Brunswick University Center

Western Campus

Westshore Campus

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COLLEGE CATALOG

  • College policies/procedures & your rights & responsibilities
  • Educational program descriptions, program sequences & admission requirements
  • Course descriptions
basic terminology
BASIC TERMINOLOGY
  • In the catalog:
    • Prerequisite
    • Concurrent enrollment
  • Credit/credit hour
    • Part-Time (1-11 credits)
    • Full-Time (12 or more credits)
  • Class types:
    • Day, evening, & weekend classes
    • Distance learning/e-learning/web-based, hybrid
    • Learning Community
    • Bridge Course
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COURSE SCHEDULE BOOKS

  • Schedule books printed every semester
  • Updated schedules are online
  • Drop & withdraw dates
  • Academic calendar
  • Tuition & fees
  • Course selections
  • Pre-requisites
important dates
IMPORTANT DATES

FALL & SPRING SEMESTERS

  • Session options
  • Counseling appointment
    • October & March
    • Appointment vs. Walk-in
  • Petition to graduate
  • Withdraw dates
  • Add/Drop dates
  • 14 8-week
  • 1st 8-week 2nd 8-week
  • Aug Sep Oct Dec
  • Jan Feb Mar May

SUMMER SESSION

10 8 5-week

1st 5-week 2nd 5-week

May June July Aug

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ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

  • Taught by Award-Winning Faculty
  • Degree & Certificate Options
    • Degrees: Associate of: Applied Business, Applied Science, Technical Studies, Arts, & Science
    • Certificates: Short-Term, Proficiency, Post-Degree
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Catalog in Force

PROGRAM PLANNER

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TRANSFER PROGRAMS

  • Associate of Arts & Associate of Science
  • See Counselor to:
    • Discuss transfer options & contacts
    • Review the Transfer Center
    • Review u.select at www.transfer.org
  • Meet with an advisor from 4-year school(s) for Bachelor’s Degree information
we re here to help
WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

SEARCH, REGISTER, & PAY FOR CLASSES

  • Bookstore
  • Enrollment Center
  • Financial Aid
  • My Tri-C Space
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WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

PERSONAL/SOCIAL

  • Career Center
  • Counseling
  • Mentoring
  • Office of Diversity & Inclusion
  • Project GO!
  • Recycling & Sustainability
  • Student Life, Athletics, & Recreation
  • Veterans’ Services
we re here to help2
WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

ACADEMICS

  • ACCESS Services
  • Counseling
  • Learning Center
  • Library
  • SMARTHINKING.com (on Blackboard)
  • Student Support Services
  • Technology Learning Center
we re here to help3
WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

Fast Forward to Success

  • Tri-C requires mandatory enrollment in foundation courses (also known as deved)
  • Enrolling & completing in these increases your ability to succeed as a college student
  • If you placed into a foundation course, you will hear:
    • Tri-C’s requirement is that you enroll in foundation courses in your first semester. You are required to continue to enroll in foundation courses every semester until you have completed them.
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Opportunities for Success

Student Success

Week & Workshops

GEN Studies Classes

Career Development

Personal Development

Success Strategies

Parenting Skills

Intro to College

  • Study Skills
  • Test-Taking Tips
  • Time Management
  • Career Decision-Making
  • Transfer Planning
  • Stress Management
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ACADEMIC RECOGNITION…

~ TRI-C HONORS PROGRAM ~ www.tri-c.edu/honorsLearn more about all programs & how you can be involved!

  • Must be currently enrolled
  • Complete 12+ credits toward a degree
  • Cumulative GPA of 3.50+
  • Each term, the Dean’s List is published
  • GPA of 3.50+ in attempting 12 or more credits during the preceding term
what is financial aid
What is Financial Aid?
  • Financial aid is

money supplied by

outside sources to

help cover the cost

of EDUCATION(tuition,

books, fees…)

  • More info: www.tri-c.edu/financialassistance
  • How & when do you apply? www.fafsa.gov
financial literacy and resources at tri c
Financial Literacy and Resources at Tri-C
  • In class and seminar based sessions on budgeting, responsible borrowing and credit
  • One on one advising appointments available with SFAS advisors
  • Project GO – assistance with applying for public benefits
  • Scholarship opportunities
types of aid at tri c

Types of Aid at Tri-C

Federal Aid

Pell Grant

FSEOG

Loans

Work Study

Scholarships

College or Private donors

how to keep financial aid standards of academic progress

How to KEEP Financial Aid:Standards of Academic Progress

What is Standards of Academic Progress? (SAP)

Completion Rate

GPA

Maximum Time Frame

What forms of aid does this affect?

How does this affect me?

What do I do if I fall into one of these situations?

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