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  1. Transfer and New Student GROUP ADVISING Fall 2011

  2. How you prepare for Group Advising Gather forms View unofficial transcript Update ISET Checklist Update 4-year plan

  3. Where do you find the forms? • Pick up the forms at: • The ISET Office (McKee 227) or • Print from the ISET website (Forms) • ISET course checklist • 4-year plan worksheet • GPA prediction worksheet

  4. Do you have transfer credits? • These are listed by institution on your unofficial transcript • AP/IB credits • Contact Admissions {351-2881} if credits are not listed • A grade of ‘C’ or higher will transfer • Transfer grade does not calculate into UNC GPA

  5. Look at your Transcript Totals • Located above Courses in Progress • Earned Hours = transfer credits + UNC credits • Credit total determines registration date for spring semester 2012

  6. GPA is Very Important! • 2.75 cumulative GPA is needed to register for many PTEP courses • 3.0 cumulative GPA is required for placement: • Literacy Practicum • Student Teaching * To calculate your GPA  Follow the directions on the GPA Prediction Worksheet

  7. Grade Replacement: Best way to raise your GPA May be applied toward any non-repeatable course Contact Financial Aid regarding guidelines Grade Replacement does affect COF Stipend Information  www.unco.edu/registrar

  8. Update your ISET Checklist Check the courses you have already completed according to your unofficial transcript Check the courses you are currently enrolled in

  9. Update your 4-Year Plan Include classes you plan to take next semester Students with an updated checklist and 4-year plan will receive priority in advising

  10. Where are your classes located? • Carefullycheck the location of your classes • To insure your classes are at UNC… • Select Main Campus on URSA as Campus choice • DO NOT registerfor any class with: LOWR, LOV or COSP location • DIST = Extended Studies • {additional tuition cost}

  11. Math Concentration • MATH 395 and MED 381 Fall only courses • MATH 391 spring only course

  12. Course Information • Please click on the CRN number for important course requirements for: • FILM 120, CH 303, SCED 475 • Geography concentration - take GEOG 390 spring 2012 *PTEP program requires a ‘B’ or better in ENG 122 OR ENG 123

  13. Science Course Information • BIO 265 and SCI 265 and ESCI 265 • You must register for the Lecture(3-4 cr.) ~AND ~ • You must register for the Lab(0 cr.) **Submit both CRN numbers at the same time

  14. ESL Information • TESL 101 required 0 cr. application • Packet is available on Blackboard • Take with MAS 100 or MAS 275 • 1 full year of college level Spanish • Take the Online Spanish Assessment • http://www.unco.edu/hispstds/span_placement_exam.html • Additional Questions? • Contact Elizabeth.franklin@unco.edu

  15. TESL 380 ESL and Language Arts concentrations Three options: ENG 318, ENG 419, or TESL 380

  16. You can take courses at a community college • See the Community College Guaranteed Transfer Agreement form • www.unco.edu/ISET/forms • Transcripts should be sent to Admissions • Must have a ‘C’ for course to transfer • Credits transfer; grades do not

  17. Where you can find PTEPInformation • www.unco.edu/teach • Very important! • Required forms are available here • EDFE 110, 120, 130 Checkpoint forms • Check often--frequently updated!

  18. EDFE 110Prerequisite for PTEP Courses Register after completion of 15 cr. • 0 credit course with no scheduled meetings • Print Checklist from www.unco.edu/teach website • Complete requirements by due date on website

  19. Waiting List If EDRD 314, 319, EDEL 320, 350, or EDF 370 are closed Put your name on the waiting list The waiting list is located on the PTEP website www.unco.edu/teach PTEP will notify you via Bear mail if a new section opens

  20. Are You on the Listserv? • Check the ISET website bullet for Listserv • Helpful information for ISET major • Important dates and deadlines • Speakers and events • Volunteer opportunities • Employment opportunities

  21. Do you know about the ISET Library? • Please visit the ISET Resource Library! • McKee 227 (ISET Office) • Useful, current texts on: • Literacy, classroom management, strategies, cognitive function, etc… • PRAXIS II Review book • Easy check-out • Come see what is available!

  22. Sign-up for your Group Advising Session • Everyone must sign-up for a Group Advising session: • Call the ISET Office: 351-2929 • OR • Stop by the ISET Office : McKee 227

  23. Final Notes • You can make an individual appointment after you have attended Group Advising if you have more questions or need to discuss issues privately • No PIN numbers are given in individual appointments

  24. ISET Advisors McKee 227 351-2929 • Pat Doherty • 351-1369 • pat.doherty@unco.edu • Jaime Donahue • 351-1602 • jaime.donahue@unco.edu