Welcome Welcome to… to… The New Student On-Line Orientation Illinois IllinoisValley ValleyCommunity CommunityCollege College 815 North Orlando 815 North OrlandoSmith SmithAvenue Avenue Oglesby, Oglesby,Illinois Illinois61348 61348 (815) 224-2720 (815) 224-2720 Click anywhere to begin!
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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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When dealing with the practical implementation of RF applications, there are always some nightmarish  tasks. One is the need to match the different impedances of the interconnected blocks. Typically these  include the antenna to the low-noise amplifier (LNA), power-amplifier output (RFOUT) to the antenna,  and LNA/VCO output to mixer inputs. The matching task is required for a proper transfer of signal and  energy from a "source" to a "load." At high radio frequencies, the spurious elements (like wire inductances, interlayer capacitances, and  conductor resistances) have a significant yet unpredictable impact on the matching network. Above a  few tens of megahertz, theoretical calculations and simulations are often insufficient. In-situ RF lab  measurements, along with tuning work, have to be considered for determining the proper final values.  The computational values are required to set up the type of structure and target component values. There are many ways to do impedance matching, including: Computer simulations: Complex but simple to use, as such simulators are dedicated to differing  design functions and not to impedance matching. Designers have to be familiar with the multiple data  inputs that need to be entered and the correct formats. They also need the expertise to find the useful  data among the tons of results coming out. In addition, circuit-simulation software is not pre-installed  on computers, unless they are dedicated to such an application. Manual computations: Tedious due to the length ("kilometric") of the equations and the complex  nature of the numbers to be manipulated. Instinct: This can be acquired only after one has devoted many years to the RF industry. In short, this  is for the super-specialist. Smith chart: Upon which this article concentrates.
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Financial Information Now that I know about costs, how do I pay for my classes? Payment Options After the initial payment due date, anyone registering must pay by the Wednesday following registration. Wednesday registrations would be due that day. Students with any type of financial aid including tuition waivers, scholarships, loans, grants, etc.... must contact the cashier department to have their tuition deferred. Failure to do so will result in classes being dropped for non-payment.There are six methods for payment of classes: 1. Payment Plan/Full payment: payment plans are available online with eCashier. To learn more about payment plans visit the eCashier site or contact the Cashier at 815-224-0213. 2. In person: The Cashier’s Office is located in the Main Lobby - C building. 3. By mail: (Please allow 3-5 business days)IVCC - Attn. Cashier815 N. Orlando Smith Ave.Oglesby, IL 613484. 4. Tuition Drop Box: Drop off payments in the drop box located at the front entrance below the "IVCC welcomes you" sign. 5. By phone: credit card payments can be made by phone at 815- 224-0213. Visa, Discover, and MasterCard are accepted. 6. By fax: credit card information may be faxed to 815-224-6091. Please include student account number (or social security number), credit card number, expiration date and name of card holder. back | home | next
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Level II Placements 1st Rotation 2nd Rotation FW Site 1 1 Student 1- 1st Choice 1 Student 2- 1st Choice FW Site 1 1 Student 1- 1st 0 Student 2- 1st FW Site 2 1 Student 2- 1st Choice Student 3- 2nd Choice Student 4- 3rd Choice 1 Student A- 1st Student B- 2nd choice Student C- 3rd Choice FW Site 3 1 Student 4- 1st Choice Student 5- 1st Choice Student 6- 1st Choice Student 7-2nd Choice Student 8- 2nd Choice Student 9- 3rd Choice 1 Student 2- 1st Student 3- 1st Student 4- 1st Student 5- 1st Student 6- 1st Student 7- 1st FW Site 4 0 Student 10- 1st 0 Student 11- 1st Choice FW Site 5 1 No Student 1 No Student FW Site 6 1 No Student 1 Student 11- 1st Student 12- 1st Lake Charles MC with free housing
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Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO FTIC Student Success Pathway Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Outreach & Recruitment College Connections ACES High School Transition cafécollege Dual Credit / Early Admissions Prior Learning Assessment Academies New Student & Family Convocation Paying for College Assessment Information START RIGHT First Day Counts Welcome Week Mobile GO Center Continuing Education Yes Early College No Need to test op tio na l College Programs Military Education Centers Community Education Centers Public Relations IEP Complete Test Alamo Colleges Website Complete ApplyTX PASS 15 hrs. Introduction to College & Pathways Admissions Process First Week Attendance Test Prep 1-2 hrs. Education Initiatives Community Partnerships Completion On Campus GED/ABE/ESL Financial Aid Saturdays Progress SDEV GPS I CARE (Student Responsibility) Online Advising HOLA On-campus Orientation Event / Group Advising for Identified Student Cohorts New Student Orientation Continuum Registration PASS 15 hrs. MyMAP MODULE Required Readiness Graduation Required Readiness Optional New Student Orientation Continuum Success Initiatives TSI Components AC Online
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Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO FTIC Student Success Pathway Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Outreach & Recruitment College Connections ACES High School Transition cafécollege On Campus New Student & Family Convocation Paying for College GED/ABE/ESL Financial Aid Saturdays Dual Credit / Early Admissions Prior Learning Assessment Academies Assessment Information START RIGHT First Day Counts Welcome Week Mobile GO Center Continuing Education Yes Early College op tio na l Public Relations Mid-term Grades & Alert Week Prior to Drop Date Alert 15 Hour Milestone 30 Hour Milestone IEP Complete Test Alamo Colleges Website PASS 15 hrs. Introduction to College & Pathways Complete ApplyTX First Week Attendance Test Prep 1-2 hrs. Education Initiatives Admissions Process 4 week Alert No Military Education Centers Community Partnerships Completion Need to test College Programs Community Education Centers Progress SDEV GPS I CARE (Student Responsibility) Online Advising HOLA 42 Hour Core Milestone 60 Hour Milestone On-campus Orientation Event / Group Advising for Identified Student Cohorts New Student Orientation Continuum Registration PASS 15 hrs. MyMAP MODULE Required Readiness Graduation Required Readiness Optional New Student Orientation Continuum Success Initiatives TSI Components AC Online
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Alamo Colleges CBD/MyMAP formerly CAMS/NSO FTIC Student Success Pathway Connection Entry & New Student Orientation Outreach & Recruitment College Connections ACES High School Transition cafécollege On Campus New Student & Family Convocation Paying for College GED/ABE/ESL Financial Aid Saturdays Dual Credit / Early Admissions Prior Learning Assessment Academies Assessment Information START RIGHT First Day Counts Welcome Week Mobile GO Center Continuing Education Yes Early College op tio na l Public Relations Alamo GPS IEP Mid-term Grades & Alert Graduation Readiness & Processing Week Prior to Drop Date Alert Completion, Transfer and Placement 15 Hour Milestone Automatic Degree 30 Hour Milestone Reverse Transfer IEP Complete Test Alamo Colleges Website PASS 15 hrs. Introduction to College & Pathways Complete ApplyTX First Week Attendance Test Prep 1-2 hrs. Education Initiatives Admissions Process 4 week Alert No Military Education Centers Community Partnerships Completion Need to test College Programs Community Education Centers Progress SDEV GPS I CARE (Student Responsibility) Online Advising HOLA 42 Hour Core Milestone 60 Hour Milestone On-campus Orientation Event / Group Advising for Identified Student Cohorts New Student Orientation Continuum Registration PASS 15 hrs. MyMAP MODULE Required Readiness Graduation Required Readiness Optional New Student Orientation Continuum Success Initiatives TSI Components AC Online
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Lifelong Coalition Colleges Benedictine University Highland Community Lincoln Land College Southeastern Illinois College Black Hawk College Illinois Central NIU Southwestern Il Bradley University Illinois State Oakton College Spoon River College College of Dupage John Wood Parkland College Triton College Eastern Illinois University Kankakee College Rock Valley College University of Illinois Harold Washington Kishwaukee College Carl Sandburg Western Illinois
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Directions • From the South (I-35W) Follow downtown exit signs to the 11th Street exit and follow 11th Street to 2nd Avenue South. Turn left on 2nd Avenue South and go 1 block to Convention Center. • From the West (I-94) Take the 4th Street exit from I-94 and proceed to 2nd Avenue South. (Do NOT turn right onto 2nd Avenue North.) Turn right on 2nd Avenue South and go 8 blocks to Convention Center. • From the West (I-394) Take Downtown exit (12th Street): follow 12th Street South to 2nd Avenue South and turn right. The Convention Center is on your left • Additional driving directions
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Participating California Community Colleges in 2008 :  Laney College  Antelope Valley College  Berkeley City College  Butte College  Citrus College  San Jose City College  College of the Desert  Skyline College  College of the Siskiyous  El Camino College  El Camino College Compton Center  Glendale Community College Community College Survey of Student Engagement  Moorpark College  Oxnard College  Sacramento City College  Ventura College  West Hills College Coalinga  West Hills College Lemoore  West Hills College NDC
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Share your desktop or an open program During the meeting, you can share your desktop, or one or more open programs. 1. Point to . • To share your desktop, click Desktop. The meeting stage displays You are currently sharing Desktop, and the desktop is outlined in yellow. • To share a program, click Program and in the Present Programs dialog box, click the program you want and then click Share. Manage meeting participants Click 2. During a sharing session, a sharing toolbar is displayed at to access the options to manage participants. The the top of your screen. You can PARTICIPANTS tab displays the participant list. hide or unhide it by clicking the 1. pin icon. If you’re a presenter, you can manage participant privileges. Right-click a participant and select Mute, Unmute, Remove or 2. another participant. You can take back control at any time by You can invite additional participants during a meeting. Click clicking GIVE CONTROL, and then Take Back Control. • To invite using their phone number, click Invite by Phone Number. • To invite via email, click Invite by Email. 4. Click GIVE CONTROL to share control of your sharing session with Make an Attendee. ACTIONS. 3. 3. 4. To end the sharing session, click Stop Presenting on the toolbar. Share a PowerPoint presentation 1. Point to . 2. Click PowerPoint. In the Select the PowerPoint you want to To hide participant names in videos or pictures, click Hide present dialog box, click Browse to select and open the People’s Names. presentation to share. To mute all the participants simultaneously, click Mute Audience. 3. Move through the slides by using the arrows below the meeting stage. Click THUMBNAILS to select a specific slide, and NOTES to see presenter notes. 4. Click on the upper right corner of a slide to display the annotation toolbar, to use tools such as highlighters, stamps, and laser pointer. 5. The presentation can have embedded hyperlinks. Before you click
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Common Knowledge? • IVCC is a community college located in Oglesby, Illinois. • IVCC began in 1924 as LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College and became Illinois Valley Community College in 1966. • The IVCC district includes all or part of eight different counties in Northern Illinois.
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Common Knowledge? • Enrollment in the Accounting program at IVCC has seen a small decrease, but this trend is college-wide. • Illinois Valley Community College, currently nestled on a tree lined bluff overlooking the Illinois River in Oglesby, Illinois with a panoramic view of the twin cities LaSalle and Peru opened its door as LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College.
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Student Orientations – Entering Students Survey Fall 2013 Student Orientation Attendance Undergraduate Orientation 96.41% Office of Graduate Students Orientation 52.27% Individual Graduate Program Orientation 41.6% International Student Orientation 95.85% Student Orientation Satisfaction Undergraduate Orientation 56.11% Office of Graduate Students Orientation 68.48% Individual Graduate Program Orientation 62.59% International Student Orientation 64.13% Satisfaction Scale: 1=Very dissatisfied, 2=Dissatisfied, 3=Neutral, 4=Satisfied, 5=Very satisfied
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The City University of New York 2016-2017 Year-End Financial Report Campus based Allocation Baruch College Brooklyn College City College Hunter College John Jay College Lehman College Medgar Evers College NYC College of Technology Queens College College of Staten Island York College Graduate Center CUNY School of Law School of Journalism School of Professional Studies School of Public Health FY2017 Budget Details Fringes Energy Centralized Purchasing Building Rentals Financial Aid Total 157,147.7 149,230.2 184,470.1 202,206.9 119,381.2 111,230.8 65,484.4 112,372.7 155,002.0 115,927.4 66,348.0 130,616.3 20,436.8 8,777.1 19,635.2 13,192.4 57,774.0 55,489.4 68,659.5 71,563.3 40,951.8 41,077.9 23,041.5 36,131.1 55,915.5 40,087.7 23,528.3 33,924.5 7,110.5 2,880.4 5,732.9 4,592.5 5,314.1 8,730.7 11,824.3 7,745.7 5,749.8 5,149.0 2,227.8 3,539.2 6,101.5 4,565.6 3,070.3 2,424.1 28.1 3.9 26.0 - 1,962.7 2,721.3 2,483.9 4,562.1 7,636.7 809.4 343.0 4,372.9 3,903.6 4,028.9 2,901.9 1,847.8 812.5 1,315.3 1,277.3 894.9 1,550.8 1,373.6 631.1 1,205.9 1,514.6 899.1 977.8 18,564.3 10.3 0.3 - 1,552.4 1,575.0 1,872.6 2,114.2 1,420.9 1,232.3 713.5 1,264.8 1,871.4 1,320.6 790.4 694.2 146.7 69.0 224.2 12.2 224,563.4 219,061.9 270,587.7 289,087.1 176,691.2 160,873.0 92,441.2 158,886.5 224,308.6 162,800.5 94,714.8 186,223.3 31,761.4 11,730.4 28,520.5 19,644.9 1,631,459.2 568,460.7 66,500.1 37,574.3 31,027.7 16,874.5 2,351,896.5 BMCC Bronx CC Guttman CC Hostos CC Kingsborough CC LaGuardia CC Queensborough CC 171,839.8 91,387.0 23,288.5 67,088.9 102,286.7 131,242.2 110,972.9 51,240.0 34,400.7 6,861.1 23,300.3 35,873.4 44,258.9 40,139.4 5,933.6 2,860.6 267.5 2,327.4 5,395.9 3,499.2 3,246.9 - 532.3 353.0 147.7 248.4 376.6 327.7 1,927.0 782.0 230.3 587.7 1,093.2 1,342.8 1,171.3 231,472.7 129,783.4 30,647.4 93,452.0 144,897.7 180,719.7 155,858.2 Community College Total 698,106.0 236,073.7 23,531.2 - 1,985.8 7,134.4 966,831.0 Senior College Total Shared Services 130,688.9 36,424.1 1. Campus based allocations are the current levels. 2. Fringes based on fringes expense for current fiscal year prorated based31,482.6 on PSR projections Central Administration 13,701.1 3. SC Energy based on current year expenses plus water and sewer, CC Energy based on prior year actuals and excludes fuel oil 4. Building rentals from current year expenses, CC building rentals are included in campus based allocation 5. Financial Aid includes centrally managed SEEK/CD 6. Centralized Purchasing based on current year allocations 535.4 201.4 19,266.1 7,247.0 - - 186,914.5 52,632.1 5
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