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  1. US Army ROTC @ SJSU

  2. Train to Lead! “Always Forward” Train to Lead! • Santa Clara University Army ROTC hosts Cadets from SJSU • One of the top ROTC programs in the nation • Fun events such as: military ball, field training exercises, physical training, ski trips, rappelling, weapons training, and more! We Commission! We Motivate!

  3. Train to Lead! Army ROTC Train to Lead! We Commission! We Motivate! • Opportunity to graduate from • College as a Second Lieutenant in • the United States Army • Become a multi-skilled competitive • leader with a career right out of SJSU • 2, 3, and 4 year scholarship opportuni- • ties, $1200 a year for books, and a $300- • $450 monthly stipend

  4. Train to Lead! Contact us! Train to Lead! We Commission! We Motivate! Interested or have questions? • Contact Captain Dustin Whidden • 408-554-5227 • dwhidden@scu.edu • Mr. Mario Morales • 408-554-6840 • mcmorales@scu.edu

  5. CASA Student Success Center MacQuarrie Hall, Room 533, ph: (408) 924-2910 College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA) Who do we serve: • CASA Students • Transfer Students interested in CASA majors • Undeclared Students considering a CASA major • Learn more about majors housed in the College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA) What we provide: • GE Advising • Drop-Ins and by Appointment • Academic Probation • Reinstatement • Help in How to Declare Major • Academic Planning

  6. College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA) CASA Student Success Center MacQuarrie Hall, Room 533, ph: (408) 924-2910 Other Services include: • Peer Advising • Time Management • Developing Study Skills • Get to know students in YOUR major • Workshops • Taking the GRE • Writing a Personal Statement • Success in Anatomy and Physiology • Writing Specialist

  7. College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA) CASA Student Success Center MacQuarrie Hall, Room 533, ph: (408) 924-2910 A Great Place to: • Meet • Food and Beverages • Study • Reserve Study Rooms • Conference Table for Club Meetings • Learn • Check out Laptops/iPads • SMART Board

  8. College of Business The Donald and SallyLucas Graduate School of Business Contact Information Location : BBC 008 Phone : (408)-924-3435 Office hours Monday - Thursday : 9:00am - 6:00pm Friday : 9:00am - 1:00pm Drop-in advising hours Monday - Thursday : 9:00am - 11:30am and 2:00pm - 3:00pm Friday : 9:00am - 12:30pm Schedule an advising appointment The Business Student Advisement Center (BSAC) provides students with all of their advising and academic planning needs. http://www.sjsu.edu/bsac/index.html

  9. College of Business The Donald and SallyLucas Graduate School of Business Peer Leader Program Want to ask a quick question or want personal advice about anything; or if you simply want a friendly peer to talk to: Come visit us and get your questions answered! Monday – Friday 10am-4pm - BBC 007 cobpeerleaders@gmail.com Facebook: CoB Peer Leaders

  10. College of Business The Donald and SallyLucas Graduate School of Business https://www.facebook.com/COBSJSU

  11. One Washington Square San José, CA 95192-0080 http://engineering.sjsu.edu Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering

  12. Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering • Ranked 3rd in the nation for all public 4-year universities • SJSU is ranked 9th Among the West’s Top Public Universities • U.S News Rankings 2013 • 98% of Graduates work in Silicon Valley • Has over 35 Student Clubs

  13. Strong ties to the Silicon Valley industry • Scholarships • Industry supported laboratory • Internships and part-time work • Silicon Valley Symposium • A very large alumni base in the SV industry • Special program support

  14. Special Programs • Silicon Valley Engineering Scholarship Program • Engineering Leadership Pathways Program • Global Technology Initiative • Engineering Student Success Center • MESA Engineering Program (MEP) • Engineering Ambassador Program

  15. Undergraduate Programs • Aerospace Engineering • Aviation • Biomedical Engineering • Chemical Engineering • Civil Engineering • Computer Engineering • Electrical Engineering • General Engineering • Industrial Systems Engineering • Industrial Technology • Materials Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Software Engineering

  16. Undergraduate Programs Majors Minors Aviation Bioengineering Business for Engineering, Aviation and Technology Students Electronics Engineering Management Green Engineering Industrial Technology Manufacturing Systems Materials Science & Engineering Statistical Quality Engineering • Aerospace Engineering • Aviation • Biomedical Engineering • Chemical Engineering • Civil Engineering • Computer Engineering • Electrical Engineering • General Engineering • Industrial Systems Engineering • Industrial Technology • Materials Engineering • Mechanical Engineering • Software Engineering

  17. Engineering Disciplines

  18. Aviation and Technology • Prepares for Jobs Designing: • Airport Management Systems • Green Technology • High Tech Systems

  19. Biomedical, Chemical, and Materials Engineering • Prepares for Jobs Designing: • Genetically Engineered Materials • Methods for reducing Air Pollution • Producing New Metals and Polymers

  20. Civil and Environmental Engineering • Prepares for Jobs Designing: • Amusement Parks and rides • Buildings, bridges, and roads • Renewable energy systems • Irrigation and water treatment systems

  21. Computer Engineering • Prepares for Jobs Designing: • Computer Software Design • Program and Design Computers • Computer Hardware Design • Embedded Systems

  22. Electrical Engineering • Prepares for Jobs Designing: • “Smart” Phones • Wireless networking • Integrated circuits • Medical instrumentation

  23. Industrial and Systems Engineering • Prepares for Jobs Designing: • Sustainable production management • Better production lines • “Clean” engineering

  24. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering • Prepares for Jobs Designing: • Machines • Cars, planes, satellites, space shuttles • Solar Systems • HVAC Systems • Biomedical instruments

  25. CoSACCollege of Science Advising Center Location: Duncan Hall 213 Main Office Hours: M-F 8:30am – 4:30pm Hours may vary during Summer Email: cosac_sjsu@yahoo.com Phone: 408-924-5193 Website: sjsu.edu/cosac

  26. CoSACCollege of Science Advising Center • Services Provided: • GE Advising for all Science Majors • Major Advising for Students Entering Biology, Chemistry or Computer Science majors • At Risk/ Probation Advising • Career Counseling • Reference to Campus Resources • Free Tutoring in Science Courses • Peer Advising • * Time management Skills • * Study Tips • * Test Taking Skills Duncan Hall 213 Phone: 408-924-5193

  27. Our counselors are here to help you. We offer: Psychological Counseling Educational Counseling Community Resources Referral & Consultation Services Psychiatric Services Groups & Workshops

  28. Groups & Workshops Group Topics: • Overcoming Anxiety • Depression Support Group • Social Skills Group • First-Generation Support Group: Generate Workshop Topics: • Study Skills • Overcoming Stress • Time-Management • Overcoming Procrastination Visit: sjsu.edu/counselingfor more info!

  29. Our Location & Contact: • Administration Building, Room 201 • Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM • 408-924-5910 • sjsu.edu/counseling • www.facebook.com/SJSUCounseling

  30. We describe the humanities honors program as “a small liberal arts college embedded in a major urban university.”

  31. The Humanities Honors Program is: a four-semester General Education (GE) course sequence that explores world culturesfor ALL MAJORS!

  32. Come visit the Humanities Honors Program at our Special Interest Sessions 5:00 and 5:45 today!

  33. What is the humanities honors program at sjsu? • Founded in 1954 by four professors of philosophy, literature, the arts and history. • The Humanities Honors Program has been recognized as the single best lower division program for student retention and timely graduation on campus, according to university data gathered over the years. • This program completes most of the General Education (GE) requirements for ALL MAJORS in all colleges in the university.

  34. Peer Connections • Peer Connections offers free mentoring and tutoring services to undergraduate SJSU students. • Our mentors and tutors are SJSU students, just like you – they understand the challenges you may be facing! For more information, check out our website: peerconnections.sjsu.edu

  35. Peer Connections - Mentoring • Peer Mentors are your guides to the college experience. They assist you with a wide variety of questions and concerns, including: • Effective studying, note-taking, & test-taking • Time & stress management • Personal situations • Adjusting to life at SJSU • Navigating the university experience • And more!

  36. Peer Connections - Tutoring • Peer Tutors assist you with course content and learning strategies for a wide variety of undergraduate courses, including: • Math • Writing • Chemistry • Biology • Physics • Statistics • And more!

  37. Bursar’s Office

  38. Bursar’s Office Services • Collect payments for tuition, fees and • housing. • Disburse financial aid funds. • Process and generate refunds. • Issue SJSU Tower ID cards. • Offer payment plans. • Assist students with questions regarding • their student account.

  39. Budgeting for College • Students and parents can find tuition and fee schedule online on the Bursar’s Office website. • www.sjsu.edu/bursar • Your education is an investment in your future! • Students are responsible for monitoring their student account and records to know when to register, when to pay and when to apply for financial aid.

  40. Student Assistance and Resources • Best way for students to access account information – MySJSU – student portal where students register for classes, access their account information, messages from the University and maintain records. • E-refund – Students can designate a bank account to receive direct deposit of refunds. • Students can charge books and supplies from the Spartan Bookstore to their student account.

  41. Student Assistance and Resources cont’d • Students can also designate an authorized user in MySJSU to see their account balance and make payment. • Students can also grant access to their financial aid records and grades information through the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office and Registrar’s Office respectively. Check their websites for more information.

  42. Contacts and Resources • Contact information: • bursar@sjsu.edu • 408.924.1601 • In person at the Student Services Center • Tuition and fees information: • http://www.sjsu.edu/bursar/fees_due_dates/tuition_fees/index.html • Payment due date information: • http://www.sjsu.edu/bursar/fees_due_dates/due_dates/index.html • Financial aid resources: • http://www.sjsu.edu/faso/Resources/

  43. Like us on facebookwww.facebook.com/SanJoseStateUniversityBursarsOffice

  44. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. LIBRARY • GET A LIBRARY CARD • This Fall, Bring Your Tower Card To the Circulation Desk To Get A Library Card. • INSIDE THE KING LIBRARY • Laptops & iPads Available For Loan • Wireless Printing • 36 Study Rooms • Quiet & Silent Floors For Study • New Study Space! SJSU Student Learning & Research Commons

  45. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. LIBRARY YOUR TEXTBOOK MIGHT BE AVAILABLE FREEAS AN E-BOOK IN THE LIBRARY. Check the Affordable Learning Solutions Website To Find Out. library.sjsu.edu/als

  46. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. LIBRARY • LIBRARY WEBSITE • library.sjsu.edu • Click On “Research Guides” to Get Started On Your Homework • FIND YOUR LIBRARIAN • A Librarian For Every Major • Call, Email or Make An Appointment • Drop In At the 2nd Floor Reference Desk For Help

  47. Meal Plans – Unlimited Entry! Semester Platinum PlanPrice: $2,425.00 Unlimited entry to the DC, 7 days/week$300 Dining Dollars5 guest meals Semester Gold PlanPrice: $2,100.00 Unlimited entry to the DC,  5 days/week (Monday-Friday)$200 Dining Dollars5 guest meals Ask us about meal plans at the Spartan Shops Special Interest Session!