2005 Registration Deadlines May/June administration Received by 15 September 2004 15 February 2005 15 March 2005 Required Fees* $735 $815 $1,120 Final Deadline: All forms must be received by CFA Institute on or before 15 March 2005 *Includes registration fee that candidates pay only when first entering the CFA Program CFA Institute
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MEMOS MERCHANDISE & SERVICES RECEIVED BY ITCC THROUGH JUNE 30 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance exists in FY 2013-14 Calendar date June 1 - June 30 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Calendar date July 1 – July 8 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Merchandise & services 30 Encumbrance exists in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with Pay as a direct pay July transaction date; then with June received by ITCC through June pay as direct pay with transaction date June transaction date Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June transaction date Rolled encumbrance or new encumbrance created in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay against encumbrance with July transaction date/ Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. Pay as a direct pay with July transaction 26 date/Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. July 11: Encumbrance roll to FY 2014-15 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance no longer exists in FY 2013-14 (Central Office only) Calendar date July 14 & later (Regions) Calendar date July 14 & later If material amount, create FT1 JV with June 30 transaction date to accrue expense & liability
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Tuition and Fee Recommendation Fees • Two primary types of Fees Mandatory Fees  Student Incidental Fee  Student Recreation Center process**  Student Health Fee   Building Fee   Residence and Dining Fee Special Fees  Student Fee process Fee  Student Fee Director of SHWC Legislative action *  Director, Housing (not being presented here)  Course Fees   Late/Registration Fees  Other Misc. Fees Academic Directors  Divisions/Departments  Divisions/Departments *Note: Residence and Dining are not technically a Mandatory Fee, however, for consistency, SOU presents them along with Mandatory Fees **Note: For the Student Recreation Center, the Recreation Center Steering Committee will set the Rec Center fees, once established.
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SOURCES Ashoka. (2016). Innovation Mapping, Challenges, Bootcamps. In Changemakers. Retrieved February 26, 2017, from https://www.changemakers.com/changemakers-products#courses . Ashoka. (2016). What You Can Do Here. In Changemakers. Retrieved February 26, 2017, from https://www.changemakers.com/what-you-can-do-here . Ashoka. (2016). Partner With Us. In Changemakers. Retrieved February 26, 2017, from https://www.changemakers.com/about/partner . Cell Phone Recycling Market Research Report (2015, April). In IBISWorld. Retrieved February 26, 2017, from https://www.ibisworld.com/industry/cell-phone-recycling.html . Chang, A. (2014, December 16). T-Mobile announces Data Stash, allowing unused data to roll over. Los Angeles Times, p. 1. Retrieved from http://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-t-mobile-data-stash-rollover-20141216-story.html . CiviCore. (2017). Corporate Mentoring Software: MentorCore Workplace-Features. In CiviCore. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.civicore.com/systems/mentoring-software/corporate/ . Crouch, B. (2015, May 22). How Will Generation Z Disrupt the Workplace?. In Fortune. Retrieved February 26, 2017, from http://fortune.com/2015/05/22/generation-z-in-the-workplace/ . EveryoneOn. Become an Enrollment Partner (2016). In EveryoneOn. Retrieved February 26, 2017, from http://everyoneon.org/enrollment-partner/. EveryoneOn. (2017). Become A Partner. In EveryoneOn. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://everyoneon.org/become-a-partner/ . Garringer, Michael, et al. (2015). Elements of Effective Practice or Mentoring . In The National Mentor Partnership. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.mentoring.org/new-site/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Final_Elements_Publication_Fourth.pdf . Genesys. (2016, February). Genesys Works-SaleForce Partnership Update. In Genesys Works.. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.genesysworks.org/media/1540/salesforce-overview_new-logo.pdf Genysys Works. (2015). Investing in Youth. Inspiring Change. In 2015 Annual Report. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.genesysworks.org/media/1213/2015-genesys-works-national-annual-report_final.pdf . Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. (n.d.). Sow A Seed Community Foundation Receives Training and Support through NMRC. In National Mentoring Resource Center. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.nationalmentoringresourcecenter.org/index.php/training-ta/ta-spotlights.html?layout=edit&id=218 . Schwabel, D. (2014, July 17). 66 Of The Most Interesting Facts About Generation Z. In DanSchwabel.com. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://danschawbel.com/blog/39-of-the-most-interesting-facts-about-generation-z/ . Singh, A. (2014, July). Challenges and Issues of Generation Z. IOSR Journal of Business and Management, 16(7), 59-63. Retrieved from http://www.iosrjournals.org/iosr-jbm/papers/Vol16-issue7/Version-1/H016715963.pdf . Solem, K. (2017, February 15). T-Mobile’s Next Generation Investment Strategy. In T-Mobile. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/sites/default/files/sections/CenterforLeadershipandSocialResponsibility/2017MICCSR_UW_Milgard_T-Mobile_Overview.pdf . The National Mentoring Partnership. (2017). About MentorCore. In Mentor Program Managing Software. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.mentoring.org/program-resources/mentorcore-program-management-software/ . TM Predictions 2016. (n.d.). Used smartphones: the $17 billion market you may never have heard of. In Deloitte.. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from https://www2.deloitte.com/lb/en/pages/technology-media-and-telecommunications/articles/tmt-pred16-telecomm-used-smartphones-17-billion-market.html . T-Mobile US, Inc. (2017, February 14). In T-Mobile US, Inc. Form 10-K For the Year Ended December 31, 2016. Retrieved February 27, 2017, from http://www.snl.com/Cache/c38030540.html . Turner, Y. (2015, March). The Civic 50: Best Practices in Corporate Community Engagement. Giving Thoughts, 3-7. Retrieved from https://www.conference-board.org/retrievefile.cfm?filename=TCB-GT-V1N9-Best_Practices_CorpCommunityEngmnt1.pdf&type=subsite .
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Clock Dates for Tenure Review Hire Date Mid-Point Review (3rd year) Terminal Year (4th Year) Mandatory Review (5th Year) Promotion Effective (6th Year) Terminal Year (7th year) Tenure Review (8th year) Tenure Effective (9th year) Terminal Year (10th year) 2009 Jan 2012 May 2013 Fall 2014 June 2015 May 2016 Fall 2016 June 2017 May 2018 2010 Jan 2013 May 2014 Fall 2015 June 2016 May 2017 Fall 2017 June 2018 May 2019 2011 Jan 2014 May 2015 Fall 2016 June 2017 May 2018 Fall 2018 June 2019 May 2020 2012 Jan 2015 May 2016 Fall 2017 June 2018 May 2019 Fall 2019 June 2020 May 2021 2013 Jan 2016 May 2017 Fall 2018 June 2019 May 2020 Fall 2020 June 2021 May 2022 2014 Jan 2017 May 2018 Fall 2019 June 2020 May 2021 Fall 2021 June 2022 May 2023 2015 Jan 2018 May 2019 Fall 2020 June 2021 May 2022 Fall 2022 June 2023 May 2024 2016 Jan 2019 May 2020 Fall 2021 June 2022 May 2023 Fall 2023 June 2024 May 2025 12
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If I receive Financial Aid, how does the new registration timeline affect my payment schedule? I use CalVet Fee Waiver to pay a portion of my tuition fees, how will the new registration timeline impact me? Who can I speak to about my registration? If I register late, what do I pay to get on the Installment Plan? If I pay by installments, how does the new registration timeline affect my payment schedule? FEES & FINANCIAL AID If I receive financial aid, how can I defer my registration fees? FAQS Newscenter.sdsu.edu/registration-timeline/ / If I pay in full prior to registration, how does the new registration timeline affect my payment schedule? How can I find out how much my tuition will be for the upcoming semester? When can I accept my student loans? How much do I have to pay at the time I sign up for the Non-resident Tuition Installment Plan? What is the deadline to signing up for the Basic Tuition and Non-resident Tuition Installment plans? Do I have to pay Nonresident Tuition prior to my registration for each semester? What are the due dates for the Nonresident Tuition Installment Plan?
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NSU’s NSU’s 17 17 Academic Academic Institutes Institutes  Brief Therapy Institute  Lifelong Learning Institute  Community Resolution Services  National Coral Reef Institute  Criminal Justice Institute Brief Therapy Institute   The Eye Institute Community Resolution Services  Options National Coral Reef Institute  Guy Harvey Research Institute Criminal Justice Institute     Hudson The EyeInstitute Instituteof Entrepreneurship and Executive Education Guy Harvey Research Institute  Institute of Trauma and Victimization Hudson Institute of International Institute Franchise Entrepreneurship andfor Executive  Education Education  Southeast Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for Institute for Cross-  Institute of Trauma and Victimization   Tyler Institute Institute The Language  International Institute for Franchise Education   Women’s Tyler Institute Resource       National Lifelong Learning Institute Institute for Educational Rumbaugh-Goodwin Institute for National Institute for Educational Cancer Research Options CancerCounseling Research Cultural Southeast Institute for Cross South Florida Ocean Cultural Counseling Measurement Center  South Florida Ocean The LanguageCenter Institute Measurement Institute Women’s Resource Institute
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Fees Mandatory Fees  Enrollment ($46.00 unit)  Health Center ($11.00)  Representation fee ($1.00) Other Costs  Books  Supplies  Associated Student Organization ($7.00)  Parking ($20.00) **The **The ASO ASO Student Student Representation Representation fee fee is is used used for for a a variety variety of of events events and and activities activities that represent student viewpoints on and off campus. The Student Representation that represent student viewpoints on and off campus. The Student Representation Fee Fee is is mandatory; mandatory; however, however, students students may may opt opt out out of of paying paying the the fee fee based based on on religious, political, financial or moral reasons. Students who refuse to pay the religious, political, financial or moral reasons. Students who refuse to pay the fee fee must must submit submit their their request request in in writing. writing.
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Chapter 33 - Tuition & Fees continued Examples of fees that are not allowed include, but are not limited to: • Penalty fees (e.g., late registration, late course changes, returned checks, repeat course fees) • Add/drop course fees • Parking fees that are not required for every student without exception • Fees for any food or lodging expenses, meal ticket fees, travel • Overload fees for course loads that require special permission • Transportation/transit system fees that are not required of every student • Application for admission fees VETERANS BENEFITS ADMINISTRATION 11
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Proposed Adoption-Level Changes Topic N.J.A.C. Proposed at First Discussion Proposed at Adoption Level Flexibility Program Entry GPA 6A:9-10.1(d)1 “The average cumulative GPA of the accepted cohort of candidates as of September 1, 2015, is at least 3.00…” No change • Cohort average (note: no individual can fall below 2.75) Basic Skills Assessment 6A:9-8.1(a)3 6A:9-8.1(b)7 “After September 1, 2014, achieve a minimum score…” “After September 1, 2015, achieve a minimum score…” 6A:9-10.1(d)2 “Formal admission… granted only if…as of September 1, 2014 all accepted candidates shall have achieved minimum score…” “Formal admission… granted only if…as of September 1, 2015 all accepted candidates shall have achieved minimum score…” • Candidates are waived from this requirement if they have at least: 1 • 1660 combined critical reading, writing, and mathematics score on the SAT • 23 on the ACT • 4.0 on the analytical writing section and a combined score of 310 on the quant. and verbal sections of the GRE Certification GPA 6A:9-8.1(a)2 6A:9-8.1(a)2i 6A:9-8.1(a)2iii “Colleges and universities shall recommend for certification…only students [who] have…achieve(d) a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00…for students graduating after September 1, 2014…” “Colleges and universities shall recommend for certification…only students [who] have…achieve(d) a cumulative GPA of at least 3.00…for students graduating after September 1, 2016…” • Candidate can have as low as 2.75 GPA and receive cert, if they score at least 10% above the passing score on content knowledge assessment (e.g. Praxis II) • Alt route candidate can have as low as 2.75 if they are sponsored by alt route provider (provider can only “sponsor” up to 10% of each cohort) Performancebased assessment 6A:9-10.1(g)3 “…students who graduate after September 1, 2015, shall pass…” “…students who graduate after September 1, 2016, shall pass…” • NA 1: The Department reviewed requests for two other flexibility measures - Praxis II and Accuplacer - but denied requests for those assessments (see explanation on the following slide) 1
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CFA® Program Costs Estimated Basic Costs for Level I (all amounts USD) •Registration Fee to Enter CFA® Program •Enrollment Fee for Level I Examination Required Fees $375 $360 $735* •Study Materials for Level I: Study Guide CFA Institute Publications Primary Textbooks Free $268 $427** Approximate Total Costs for Level I $1,430 *Assumes Registration and Enrollment received by 15 September 2004 **Sharing textbooks can reduce costs CFA Institute
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Central Penn’s Closing Deadlines • Friday, June 8: Deadline for clearing suspense transactions • Wednesday, June 13 – 5 pm: – Final day to request Final Close of POs • Wednesday, June 20 – 5 pm: – Deadline for PO invoices to be processed in FY 2018 – Requests to correct and reverse receipts for FY 2018 • Monday, June 25 – 3 pm: FY 2018 payroll reallocation deadline • Thursday, June 28: – Final day for approved Concur Reimb. to be posted in FY 2018 – Deadline for Will Call checks on Non-PO requests to be picked up by June 29th • Friday, June 29 – 5 pm: Deadline for Non-PO payment request to be processed in FY 2018 Full closing instructions available on Office of Comptroller webpage KNOWLEDGE FOR ACTION 7
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FISCAL PERIODS AT IVY TECH A FISCAL YEAR AT ITCC RUNS FROM JULY TO JUNE. Month Period Comment Transaction Dates 00 Users may not post directly to period 00. Only used for new fiscal year beginning balances July 01 July 1 – July 30 August 02 August 1 – August 31 September 03 September 1 – September 30 October 04 October 1 – October 31 November 05 November 1 – November 30 December 06 December 1 – December 31 January 07 January 1 – January 31 February 08 February 1 – February 28 March 09 March 1 March 31 April 10 April 1 – April 30 May 11 May 1 – May 31 June 12 Open through July 11 June 1 – June 30 June 14 (Accrual period) Only CO-Finance may post to period 14. June 30 only 15
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P2P FY18 Year-End Purchasing Deadlines SSC Management Council Below are a list of procurement request deadlines for the upcoming fiscal year ending June 30, 2018. These deadlines are set up to assist all colleges in completing an elevated quantity of procurements where fiscal year 2018 funds are desired. The intent is to allow sufficient time to process requests to meet your needs.* Please adhere to the deadlines listed below, if you would like to make a purchase prior to the fiscal year ending June 30. These deadlines apply to all agencies that have rolled-in to Shared Services in FY18. All accounts payable deadlines, including receiving requirements will be communicated in a separate memo as soon as they become available. Procurement FY18 Deadlines April 6, 2018 Goods/Services greater than $100,000.00 available on a valid contract** April 20, 2018Goods/Services between $5,000.00 and $100,000.00** May 25, 2018 Goods/Services less than $5,000.00** /*** Purchase requests received after these dates may be processed using next fiscal year (FY19) funds. *We will not guarantee completion of your requirement as not all factors are in our control. **Contractor/Vendor lead times prevail (i.e. vendor lead time equals 20 weeks, will not be complete by year-end). ***Food orders received after this date will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
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Fees for VSAS Who pays VSAS fees? Students Students pay VSAS application fees based on the number of institutions they apply to, not the number of electives they apply for. The fee for the first institution applied to is $35, regardless of the number of electives applied for at that institution. The fee for each additional institution is $15, again, regardless of the number of electives applied for at those institutions. For example, if a student applies for electives at three institutions, their total fees will equal $65: $35 1st institution fee $15 2nd institution fee $15 3rd institution fee $65 TOTAL fees *If the student re-applies to one of these three institutions, they will not be charged a second application fee.
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ACCOUNTS PAYABLE – INVOICES & CREDIT MEMOS MERCHANDISE & SERVICES RECEIVED BY ITCC JULY 1 OR LATER Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance exists in FY 2013-14 Encumbrance exists in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Calendar date June 1 - June 30 Reduce encumbrance with June transaction date; then pay as direct pay with July transaction date Pay against encumbrance with July transaction date pay as direct pay with July transaction date Calendar date July 1 – July 8 Reduce encumbrance with June transaction date; then pay as direct pay with July transaction date Pay against encumbrance with July transaction date pay as direct pay with July transaction date Rolled encumbrance or new encumbrance created in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Pay against encumbrance with July transaction date pay as direct pay with July transaction date July 11: Encumbrance roll to FY 2014-15 Entry on FAAINVE Calendar date July 14 & later Encumbrance no longer exists in FY 2013-14 27
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Connecting the Global VLBI Array in the New Era of High-Speed Networks 8-9 April 2002 MIT Haystack Observatory, Westford, MA USA Sponsored by: International VLBI Service (IVS) Global VLBI Working Group (GVWG) MIT Haystack Observatory With the world increasingly wired for high-speed data communications, the prospects for routine global electronic transmission of VLBI data (dubbed ‘e-VLBI’) become brighter every day. Not only will e-VLBI help eliminate costly and complex recording equipment, but it should eventually lead to data rates and volumes unattainable by traditional recording equipment. This will lead to improved sensitivity, allowing new science to be explored at lower costs. This international two-day meeting at MIT Haystack Observatory is being organized to explore the current state of highspeed astronomy data transmission, concentrating on e-VLBI, but recognizing the synergy with other geodesy/astronomy applications requiring real-time or near-real-time high-speed data transmissions. Among the topics to be discussed: • • • • • • International networking facilities – now and future User requirements for high-speed networking Reports on current and projected e-VLBI and related efforts Networking protocols for real-time data transmission Public vs. dedicated networks Establishing international standards for e-VLBI data transfer Important Dates • • • • • • 3 December 2001- First announcement 1 February 2002 – Second announcement 24 February 2002 – Deadline for abstract submission 1 March 2002 – Final announcement 10 March 2002 – Deadline for registration 22 March 2002 – Deadline for hotel reservations Program Committee • • • • Alan Whitney – Haystack (USA) Yasuhiro Koyama – CRL (Japan) Steve Parsley – JIVE (Europe) Jon Romney – NRAO (USA) Registration is required for attendance Registration closes 10 March 2002 Registration is limited to 80, so register early! For complete information see the meeting web site at: http://web.haystack.mit.edu/e-vlbi/meeting.html
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