Exploring Participation • Talk to parents • Meet with campus NSE Coordinator • Study the NSE Directory • Visit www.nse.org • Review campus catalogs • Consult academic advisor • Determine if financial resources are sufficient for the exchange • Talk to financial aid officer 03/18/19 National Student Exchange and rsity of Tennessee - Martin Unive 9
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Application and Placement Process • • • • • • • • Meet with academic advisor Complete UT Martin NSE application Interview with campus NSE Coordinator Attend campus pre-placement meeting Attend campus post-placement meeting Consult with financial aid officer Complete advising agreement Read, complete and return materials to host coordinator in a timely manner 03/18/19 National Student Exchange and rsity of Tennessee - Martin Unive 13
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Site Visit Preparation Summer 2018 Gather Information about Site Visit Team Site Visit Preparation Provost HLC/Assessment Coordinator Spring 2018 Create a Site Visit Preparation Team Site Visit Preparation Provost HLC/Assessment Coordinator Spring 2018 Identify the Logistics of the Visit AugustSeptember 2018 Plan the Site Visit Site Visit Preparation Site Visit Preparation Site Visit Preparation Team HLC/Strategic Planning Committee By September 2018 Complete the Logistics of the Visit Site Visit Preparation Site Visit Preparation Team AugustPlan the Site Visit October 2018 Site Visit Preparation HLC/Strategic Planning Committee October 2930, 2018 Site Visit Entire Campus Community Participate in Site Visit: Standard Pathway Comprehensive Evaluation
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5. Mean projections and mean student scores are calculated. Student Projection1 Student Score 1 Student Projection 2 Student Score 2 Student Projection 3 Student Score 3 Student Projection 4 Student Score 4 Student Projection 5 Your School Student Score 5 Student Projection 6 Student Score 6 Student Projection 7 Student Score 7 Student Projection 8 Student Score 8 Student Projection 9 Student Score 9 Student Projection 10 Student Score 10 Student Projection 11 Student Score 11 Student Projection 12 Student Score 12 Student Projection 13 Student Score 13 Student Projection 14 Student Score 14 Student Projection 15 Student Score 15 Student Projection 16 Student Score 16 Student Projection 17 Student Score 17 Student Projection 18 Student Score 18 Student Projection 19 Student Score 19 Student Projection 20 Student Score 20 Mean Projected Score Mean Student Score Copyright © 2003. Battelle for Kids
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UA Contacts Know Your Security and Privacy Officer: • University-wide Privacy Officer: Jan Chaisson • University-wide Security Officer: Ashley Ewing • University Medical Center Privacy Officer is Jan Chaisson • University Medical Center Security Officer is Amy Sherwood • Brewer Porch Privacy/Security Officer is Warren Williams • Speech and Hearing Privacy/Security Officer is JoAnne Payne • Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic Privacy/Security Officer is Sarah Ryan • UA Group Health Plan/FSA Privacy Officer is Emily Marbutt • UA Group Health Plan/FSA Security Officer is Greg Gaddis • WellBAMA Program Privacy/Security Officer is Heather Clayton • Working on Womanhood Program (WOW) Privacy/Security Officer is Jill Beck • Center for Advanced Public Safety (CAPS) Privacy/Security Officer is Vaughn Poe • Institutional Review Board Compliance Officer is Tanta Myles • College of Education Alabama Medicaid Agency Project Privacy/Security Officer: Rick Houser INTERNAL USE ONLY 32
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A Mock Student “Learning” Schedule incorporating the Study Cycle Your Practice Schedule Time M T W T F 6:00 AM Wake up Wake up Wake up Wake up Wake up Sat Sun Wake up Wake up Vol Church Vol Church 7:00 AM 8:00 AM English 9:00 AM Math Biology Math 10:00 AM Review Biology Review 11:00 AM English Review English Math Biology Review Review 12:00 PM Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Church 1:00 PM History Chemistry History Chemistry History Study Lunch 2:00 PM Lab1 Chemistry Lab2 Chemistry Review Study Study 3:00 PM Lab1 Review Lab2 Review Study Study Study 4:00 PM Lab1 Lab2 Study Study Study 5:00 PM Review Review Study Fun Study 6:00 PM Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner Fun Dinner 7:00 PM Study Study Study Study Fun Fun House 8:00 PM Study Study Study Study Fun Fun House 9:00 PM Study Study Study Study Fun Fun House 10:00 PM Preview Preview Preview Preview Fun Fun Preview 11:00 PM Sleep Sleep Sleep Sleep Sleep Sleep Sleep
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UA Contacts Know Your Security and Privacy Officer • University-wide Privacy Officer: Jan Chaisson • University-wide Security Officer: Ashley Ewing • University Medical Center Privacy Officer: Jan Chaisson • University Medical Center Security Officer: Amy Sherwood • Brewer Porch Privacy/Security Officer: Warren Williams • Speech and Hearing Privacy/Security Officer: JoAnne Payne • Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic Privacy/Security Officer: Sarah Ryan • UA Group Health Plan/FSA/WellBama Privacy Officer: Emily Marbutt • UA Group Health Plan/FSA/WellBama Security Officer: Greg Gaddis • Working on Womanhood Program (WOW) Privacy/Security Officer: Jill Beck • Center for Advanced Public Safety (CAPS) Privacy/Security Officer: Vaughn Poe • Institutional Review Board Compliance Officer: Tanta Myles • College of Education Alabama Medicaid Agency Project Privacy/Security Officer: Rick Houser INTERNAL USE ONLY
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Where can I get more information ? • For more information and application materials, please contact: Melanie Young, M.S.Ed. NSE Coordinator 258 Clement Hall – Student Success Center (731) 881-1598 [email protected] www.nse.or g Powerpoint template and information source: National Student Exchange 03/18/19 National Student Exchange and rsity of Tennessee - Martin Unive 18
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Academic Integrity York College’s mission statement stipulates that strict adherence to principles of academic honesty is expected of all students. Therefore, academic dishonesty will not be tolerated at York College. Academic dishonesty refers to actions such as, but not limited to, cheating, plagiarism, fabricating research, falsifying academic documents, etc., and includes all situations where students make use of the work of others and claim such work as their own. When a faculty member believes a student has committed an act of academic dishonesty, the faculty member must inform the student in writing and then has ten business days from that written notification to the student to report the incident to the Dean of Academic Affairs and the Department Chair. Documentation related to instances of academic dishonesty will be kept on file in the student’s permanent record. If the academic dishonesty is the student’s first offense, the faculty member will have the discretion to decide on a suitable sanction up to a grade of 0 for the course. Students are not permitted to withdraw from a course in which they have been accused of academic dishonesty. Students who believe they have been unjustly charged or sanctioned (in cases involving a first offense) must discuss the situation with the faculty member and have 10 business days thereafter to submit an appeal to Student Welfare Committee through the Dean of Academic Affairs. If an appeal is filed, the Student Welfare Committee will then conduct a hearing to review the charge and/or sanction. In cases of a first offense, the faculty member may request that the Student Welfare Committee conduct a hearing and decide on the sanction, which can involve academic suspension or dismissal from the College, if the faculty member believes the offense to be of an extremely egregious nature. If the Dean of Academic Affairs determines that the academic dishonesty is the student’s second offense, the Dean will provide written notification to the student, the faculty member, and the Department Chair. The Student Welfare Committee will automatically conduct a hearing to review the charge and decide on an appropriate sanction, which will involve academic suspension or dismissal from the College. Students who believe the Student Welfare Committee has unjustly sanctioned them may submit a written appeal to the Dean of Academic Affairs within 72 hours of receiving notification of the Student Welfare Committee’s sanction. 5
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SIUE Academic Resource Comparison University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee (Division I) Eastern IL (Division I) # of Athletes 285 (16 teams) 300 490 Academic Support Personnel Academic Advisor for Athletics (who is also the Compliance Coordinator) Academic Advisor for Athletics FT Academic Advisor, Graduate Assistant, Assistant Director (.5 time) Facilities for Academic Support No computer lab/study room for studentathletes. Coaches must find space for study tables. Tutors must find space to hold individual tutoring appointments. Coaches often try to have their studentathletes in the VC to study, but no computers/physical space is available. 24 computers in a dedicated space with large study area that seats 50 people. Tutors are available during evening study tables in subjects Eng, Math, Chem, Biol, A&P and Hist. Also four small tutoring rooms in study area. Tutors work with at-risk student individually during the day. Dedicated academic center with offices for academic support personnel. 15 desktops & 10 laptops with large study tables (seating for about 30). GA runs large study tables at night in lecture hall. English, Math and Science tutor are available at study evening study halls. Grad Rates 69% (Div II average: 53%) 68% (Div I average: 62%) 69% Financial Resources $3500 per year tutoring budget ($8.50/hr). Ave. $10000-$12000 budget for $10000 budget for tutoring ($7.00/hr) tutoring
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The Hiring Process (continued…) 2 How to Hire Work-Study Students 5) The supervisor hires the student through the Job-X website if the student has not previously worked in the supervisor’s office. 6) The Campus Work-Study Coordinator will review the employment documents, update placement records and forward the documents to the CFAO Work-Study Coordinator. 7) The CFAO Work-Study Coordinator will determine if the workstudy award can be certified, update budget records and forward the employment documents to Human Resources. 8) The CFAO Work-Study Coordinator will email the student, supervisor, and Campus Work-Study Coordinator an approved copy of the Work-Study Agreement if the student’s work-study employment is approved by the College Financial Aid Office. 9) The student may then begin working as stated in the email confirmation from the CFAO if he/she remains enrolled in at least 6 credits and if the student’s employment is approved by Human Resources.
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Works Cited: • (1) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 10. Table 1.1 Summary of different major clade groups use to classify dinosaurs, general descriptions of anatomical characteristics for each group and genus examples. • (2) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 266. • • • • • • • • • (3) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 267. (4) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page10. (5) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 258. (6) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 257. (7) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 125. (8) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 260. (9) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 259. (10) Martin, Anthony J. Introduction to the Study of Dinosaurs (2006). Page 268. Farlow, James O., Surman, Brett M. K. Walters, Robert F. The Complete Dinosaur (1999) . Page 228. Currie, P.J. Tanke, D.H. “Head-Biting Behavior in Theropod Dinosaurs: Paleopathological Evidence” 1998 GAIA N 15 167-184. Bakker Robert T. “Brontosaur Killers: Late Jurassic Allosaurids As Saber-tooth Cat Analogues” 1998 GAIA N 15 145-158. • •
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UA Contacts Know Your Security and Privacy Officer • University-wide Privacy Officer: Jan Chaisson • University-wide Security Officer: Ashley Ewing • University Medical Center Privacy Officer: Jan Chaisson • University Medical Center Security Officer: Amy Sherwood • Brewer Porch Privacy/Security Officer: Warren Williams • Speech and Hearing Privacy/Security Officer: JoAnne Payne • Autism Spectrum Disorders Clinic Privacy/Security Officer: JoAnne Payne • UA Group Health Plan/FSA Privacy Officer: Emily Marbutt • UA Group Health Plan/FSA Security Officer: Greg Gaddis • Working on Womanhood Program (WOW) Privacy/Security Officer: Jill Beck • Center for Advanced Public Safety (CAPS) Privacy/Security Officer: Vaughn Poe • Institutional Review Board Compliance Officer: Tanta Myles INTERNAL USE ONLY 32
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Reasoning Capabilities Buildfile: build.xml init: compile: Finding Transitive Closures (RDFS reasoning) dist: [jar] Building jar: /home/aks1/software/eclipse/workspace/ontojena/dist/lib/ontojena.jar Inferred Triples vehicle run: [java] MODEL OK [java] Resource: http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine Land-vehicle [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#all) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#physical-object) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#inanimate) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#wheeled-vehicle) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#engine-propelled-vehicle) Engine-propelled--vehicle Wheeled--vehicle [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#wheeled-engine-vehicle) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#artifact) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#object) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#land-vehicle) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#vehicle) [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:subClassOf http://ontosem.org/#truck) Wheeled-engine-vehicle [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdfs:label ' "a truck with equipment for fighting fires"') [java] - (http://ontosem.org/#fire-engine rdf:type owl:Class) [java] fire-engine recognized as subclas of vehicle BUILD SUCCESSFUL Total time: 10 seconds real 0m11.144s user 0m9.530s sys 0m0.190s [[email protected] ontojena]$ Truck Fire-engine
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NJ STARS Award • Students who are awarded enough federal and/or state-based financial aid to pay the tuition portion of their bill are considered “unfunded” NJ STARS students. Unfunded NJ STARS students are not awarded NJ STARS scholarships, however the federal and state financial aid process must be completed each academic year by posted deadlines to qualify for NJ STARS II scholarships. • NJ TAG (New Jersey Tuition Aid Grant) is a state-based financial aid award, and NJ STARS (New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship) is a merit based award. Some students may receive both but they are two totally different awards. • Students who are awarded NJ TAG must complete their FAFSA and the New Jersey Additional Application Questions by April 15th each year or they may temporarily or permanently become ineligible for NJ STARS scholarships. New and continuing students who did not receive NJ TAG have more time to complete the process but should still do so early in case any issues arise. • As long as the financial aid review process is complete for both federal and state financial aid, and students are in good standing, students who are not awarded financial aid, and students who are awarded only partial federal and/or state financial aid will see an Estimated NJ STARS award in the financial aid section of their BCC student portal. • Estimated awards will not be shown until all NJ STARS students are certified on HESAA Roster which is usually sometime in late November during Fall semesters, and sometime in late April during Spring semesters. • Once an estimated award appears in the BCC student portal, you should also see the award in the HESAA student portal. It will first show as unpaid but when a green dollar sign appears, the NJ STARS payment has been made to Bergen Community College. • Students who receive NJ STARS scholarships will first see an “Estimated” NJ STARS award in their student portal. Please do not accept estimated awards. Once applied to your bill, the award will no longer show as estimated. 25
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NJ STARS Award • Students who are awarded enough federal and/or state-based financial aid to pay the tuition portion of their bill are considered “unfunded” NJ STARS students. Unfunded NJ STARS students are not awarded NJ STARS scholarships, however the federal and state financial aid process must be completed each academic year by published deadlines to qualify for NJ STARS II scholarships. • NJ TAG (New Jersey Tuition Aid Grant) is a state-based financial aid award, and NJ STARS (New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship) is a merit based award. Some students may receive both but they are two totally different awards. • Students who are awarded NJ TAG must complete their FAFSA and the New Jersey Additional Application Questions by April 15th each year or they may temporarily or permanently become ineligible for NJ STARS scholarships. New and continuing students who did not receive NJ TAG have more time to complete the process but should still do so early in case any issues arise. • As long as the financial aid review process is complete for both federal and state financial aid, and students are in good standing, students who are not awarded financial aid, and students who are awarded only partial federal and/or state financial aid will see an Estimated NJ STARS award in the financial aid section of their BCC student portal. • Estimated awards will not be shown until all NJ STARS students are certified on HESAA Roster which is usually sometime in late November during Fall semesters, and sometime in late April during Spring semesters. • Once an estimated award appears in the BCC student portal, you should also see the award in the HESAA student portal. It will first show as unpaid but when a green dollar sign appears, the NJ STARS payment has been made to Bergen Community College. • Students who receive NJ STARS scholarships will first see an “Estimated” NJ STARS award in their student portal. Please do not accept estimated awards. Once applied to your bill, the award will no longer show as estimated. 22
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NJ STARS Award • Students who are awarded enough federal and/or state-based financial aid to pay the tuition portion of their bill are considered “unfunded” NJ STARS students. Unfunded NJ STARS students are not awarded NJ STARS scholarships, however the federal and state financial aid process must be completed each academic year by posted deadlines to qualify for NJ STARS II scholarships. • NJ TAG (New Jersey Tuition Aid Grant) is a state-based financial aid award, and NJ STARS (New Jersey Student Tuition Assistance Reward Scholarship) is a merit based award. Some students may receive both but they are two totally different awards. • Students who are awarded NJ TAG must complete their FAFSA and the New Jersey Additional Application Questions by April 15th each year or they may temporarily or permanently become ineligible for NJ STARS scholarships. New and continuing students who did not receive NJ TAG have more time to complete the process but should still do so early in case any issues arise. • As long as the financial aid review process is complete for both federal and state financial aid, and students are in good standing, students who are not awarded financial aid, and students who are awarded only partial federal and/or state financial aid will see an Estimated NJ STARS award in the financial aid section of their BCC student portal. • Estimated awards will not be shown until all NJ STARS students are certified on HESAA Roster which is usually sometime in late November during Fall semesters, and sometime in late April during Spring semesters. • Once an estimated award appears in the BCC student portal, you should also see the award in the HESAA student portal. It will first show as unpaid but when a green dollar sign appears, the NJ STARS payment has been made to Bergen Community College. • Students who receive NJ STARS scholarships will first see an “Estimated” NJ STARS award in their student portal. Please do not accept estimated awards. Once applied to your bill, the award will no longer show as estimated. 13
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Eligibility Eligibility • FULL-TIME enrollment at home campus at the time of application and prior to placement • Cumulative 2.5 GPA (2.75 for UT Martin) • Be a sophomore, junior or senior at the time of exchange Exploring Participation • Must be in GOOD STANDING (academic, social, and financial) • Complete campus application and selection process 03/18/19 National Student Exchange and rsity of Tennessee - Martin Unive 10
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STUDENT AFFAIRS ANNUAL REPORT: GOALS STATED FOR 2014-2015 Goal 1: Increase Student Affairs engagement, outreach, and service • Evaluate current levels of communication with prospective, accepted and enrolled students and their engagement in programming and other campus activities. Apply findings to develop communication plans for all Student Affairs units • Increase Health Center utilization by 20%. • Continue early communication outreach and recruiting efforts to increase overall student-athlete rosters by 20%. • Develop partnerships with at least 3 community organizations to enhance referrals for students, to expand opportunities for participation in on campus programming and to highlight student success • Continue to build social media presence and explore new ways to communicate with students regarding programs and services Goal 2: Enhance Student Affairs programs and services to positively impact student retention, graduation and success. • Design and implement at least 4 small group experiences for students with the Dean of Student Services. • Provide at least 2 opportunities for students to develop leadership skills and build their identities as student leaders. • Create a peer advisory group by December 15, 2014 to aid in educating the student body about the top diagnoses in the Health and Wellness Center and to assist educational health programs offered in collaboration with Campus Housing and Residence Life • Investigate an Alternative Winter Break (AWB) in the DC area with facilitation from the Campus Ministry student intern for service • Institute mandatory study tables during fall, winter and spring seasons to improve overall academic performance of student-athletes to maintain a minimum of a 3.0 overall average • Student Affairs staff will collaborate to present at least 4 educational programs (at least 2 per semester) open and advertised to all students. Goal 3: Enhance Data Collection and Assessment • Conduct an assessment of on campus residents to gather feedback on strengths and areas of improvement in the quality of life for residential students to contribute to changes in programming or services that contribute to an increase in the retention of students living on campus from fall 2014 to spring 2015 by 2.5% and from spring 2015 to fall 2015 by 10%. • Enhance data collection and analysis of student involvement and engagement in Student Activities, Campus Traditions, and Athletics events. • Establish a Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) – two athletes per team who will all meet twice a semester with Assistant Director to provide direct feedback on initiatives, athlete experience and service projects. 77
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National Institutes of Health Office of Extramural Research Office of the Director National Institute on Aging National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases National Cancer Institute National Institute of Child Health and Human Development National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases National Institute on Drug Abuse National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences National Eye Institute National Institute of General Medical Sciences National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute National Human Genome Research Institute National Institute of Mental Health National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Fogarty International Center National Center for Research Resources National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine NIH Clinical Center Center for Information Technology National Library of Medicine Center for Scientific Review National Institute of Nursing Research National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering No funding authority3
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Coordination of the Work-Study Program There is also one CFAO Work-Study Coordinator who manages the oversight of the entire workstudy program at NOVA. CFAO Work-Study Coordinator: • Works in the College Financial Aid Office. • Ensures that the program is in compliance with federal and institutional regulations. • Develops and implements work-study policies and procedures. • Sends work-study information to students and Campus Work-Study Coordinators. • Provides training to Campus Work-Study Coordinators and supervisors as necessary. • Manages and reconciles the college-wide work-study program budgets. • Verifies student eligibility and certifies all work-study awards. • Reviews Work-Study Agreements and employment documents before sending them to HR. • Notifies students, supervisors, and Campus Work-Study Coordinators if and when a student’s Work-Study Agreement is approved by the College Financial Aid Office. • Coordinates the America Reads Tutoring Program. • Serves as the Campus Work-Study Coordinator for College Staff in Pitney Bowes, Brault, & Fairfax.
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Academic Resource Comparison Continued… SIUE Northern Kentucky (Division II) Univ of Indianapolis (Division II) Number of Athletes 285 (16 teams) 225 250 Academic Support Personnel Academic Advisor for Athletics (who is also Compliance Coordinator Academic Advisor for Athletics – also works in conjunction with general advising office Academic Advisor for Athletics, .5 time Graduate Assistant Facilities for Academic Support No computer lab/study room for studentathletes. Coaches must find space for study tables. Tutors must find space to hold individual tutoring appointments. Coaches often have students in the VC to study, but no computers/space is readily available. Dedicated room with 8 desktop computers and study area with large tables. They are also a wireless campus and have 4 laptops that students can check out to use. Small room with tables and wireless capability for studying during the day. Classroom (in their building) is reserved 3 nights/wk for large study tables. 10 laptops students can use (100% wireless campus). Study tables are run by GA. Grad Rate 69% 62% 62% Financial Resources for Academic Support $3500 per year tutoring budget ($8.50 per hour). Ave. tutor hrs per week=15 They have a centralized tutoring office on campus that athletes use. Indiv. tutoring is utilized in select cases. They have a centralized tutoring office on campus that athletes use. Indiv. tutoring is utilized in
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