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OPTIONAL PAYMENT PLANS OPTIONS: % Due Due Date Option 1 Early Registration Payment in full 100% Late Registration Payment in full 100% than the end of late registration On or before first class day Upon registration and no later Option 2 Early Registration Initial Payment 30% On or before first class day Late Registration Initial Payment 30% Upon registration and no later than the end of late registration Payment 1 Payment 2 35% 35% Due date on Promissory Note Due date on Promissory Note
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Different Learning Cultures - Different Study Models Different Learning Cultures British American Central Europe Benelux British Different Study Models Non Program Oriented Admission Course Registration Program Type Oriented Alumni A De-registration A c A c a R p a d ul p d e eli m s Graduation c E m ic Student& Teachin R a v ic administra g St e R ti e C Degree tion ru p e o nt a Auditing ct ol g n Change Pl ur rt ul e a e of at ni ni n io Program d n g n a g Examinationr & Re-registration Progression Grading Equivalency Determination Registration S t u Recruitment d e n Student t Account ing M a s t Academic e History r of -the d Study E a vt e a n t Program Oriented Admission Equivalency Determination Registration Course Registration Campus Management, Buster Hale and Kathy Gates 12 S t u Recruitment d e n Student t Account ing M a s Academic t e History r of -the d Study E a vt e a n t Alumni A c a R d ul e m s E ic & v St R e ru e nt ct g Pl ur ul a e at ni io n n g De-registration A A c p a p d eli Graduation c m StudentTeachin R a ic administra g e ti C Degree tion p o a Auditing ol n Change rt e of ni n Program d g a Examinationr & Re-registration Progression Grading Admission Course Registration Alumni A De-registration A c A c a R p a d ul p d e li e m s Graduation c m E ic Student& Teachin R a v ic administra g St e R ti e C Degree tion ru p e o nt a Auditing ct ol g n Change Pl ur rt ul e a e in of at ni n io Program d n g n a g Examinationr & Re-registration Progression Grading Equivalency Determination Registration S t u Recruitment d e n Student t Account ing M a s Academic t e History r of -the d Study E a vt e a n t
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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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White Box Testing input code code code code code code code code code code code code code code code code code code code code output Sometimes called structural testing  Can “see inside” the code unit  Objectives:   Exercise unique algorithms  Exercise all program statements at least once  Typically tests small program units such as functions or class methods CMSC 345, Version 4/12 24
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ND Academic and Career and Technical Scholarships Anticipated Payment # Enrollment status and # of credits needed to have “earned” to qualify for the anticipated payment Payment #1 Enroll “Full Time” Payment #2 Enroll “Full Time” Payment #3 Enroll “Full Time” and must have earned 24 credits Payment #4 Enroll “Full Time” and must have earned 39 credits Payment #5 Enroll “Full Time” and must have earned 54 credits Payment #6 Enroll “Full Time” and must have earned 69 credits Payment #7 Enroll “Full Time” and must have earned 84 credits Payment #8 Enroll “Full Time” and must have earned 99 credits
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ENROLLMENT SERVICES: STATEMENT OF GOALS for 2014-15 Although the data analysis has shown that retention is not necessarily linked to having taken care of registration and business items by the start of the semester, focus must still be paid to having more students take care of these items early so that staff can identify and work with students who need more case-management interventions. Goal 1: 80% of new CAS students who have declared their intent to enroll should be registered by August 1, 2014. This is not a new goal but it has yet to be achieved. Working towards this goal satisfies Middle States Standard 8: Student Admissions and Retention. Strategies: Build on the success of the summer registration program by adding more days and increasing outreach to students about attending a registration day. Review the space and format of the summer registration program to make the experience more convenient and friendly for students who are new to Trinity and provide a real opportunity for a personal connection to resources on campus. Track the first-year retention for students who participated in the summer registration program compared to those who did not. Goal 2: 70% of new CAS students who registered by August 1, 2013 should have a payment arrangement by August 15, 2014 (orientation). Although there is not a direct link with retention, having business matters taken care of earlier will allow students to engage more with Orientation and allow staff to work on case-management interventions from the start of Orientation. Managers must think about retention much earlier than the mid-point of the fall semester to have an impact on attrition. Working towards this goal satisfies Middle States Standard 8: Student Admissions and Retention. Strategies: Assign Enrollment Services staff members a target group of students with a goal of having 70% of their students complete their payment arrangement by August 15. Improve follow up with students who come to summer registration without completing a payment arrangement. Goal 3: Reduce 3-year cohort default rate to 11% for the 2012 cohort. Trinity’s default rate should not track so close to the national rate, which includes many schools that do not provide Trinity’s level of support and academic standards. Students should borrow less and leave Trinity with a better understanding of repayment options and strategies to avoid default. Working towards this goal satisfies Middle States Standard 9: Student Services. Strategies: Send students an annual notice of how much they have borrowed and provide more workshops and learning opportunities about student debt. Use lender reports to contact students who have left Trinity and whose loans are delinquent before they go into default, and track how many students we assist in avoiding default. Identify students who have already borrowed $50,000 or more for special follow up and loan counseling and track their repayment status after leaving Trinity. 81
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Introduction to the new mainframe Application Modules, System Programs (Macros), System Components Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Source Code Application LOAD Modules System LOAD Modules © Copyright IBM Corp., 2010. All rights reserved. Source Code Source Code Source Code Page 14 of 85
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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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Payment Method  Credit card payments make up more than half of all payment methods.  Because fraudulent businesses prefer to receive payment through bank transfers, * “financial institution transfers” also make up a large portion of payments. Payment Method Payment Method Credit card Payment agency 2.18% Other Unclear Cash 0.67% 2.57% 2.07% Financial institution transfer 43.46% Credit card 49.05% No. of Cases Share Credit card 5,366 49% Financial institution transfer Financial institution transfer 4,755 43% Payment agency Payment agency 239 2% Cash Cash 73 1% Other Other 281 3% Unclear 226 2% 10,940 100% Unclear (n=10,940) Total * Businesses must wait to receive payment in case of credit cards from the credit card company. On the other hand, businesses can receive payments from bank accounts immediately and this is why it is thought fraudulent businesses prefer “financial institution transfers”. 10
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Honorarium Classification Flow Chart START Is the recipient a business, corporation, or partnership? YES Not an Honorarium. This is payment for services. Not an Honorarium. This is payment for services. NO Is the recipient an employee of the University? NO Is this payment for “usual academic activity?”1 YES Not an honorarium. This is a salary supplement to be handled by Human Resources. YES NO Not an Honorarium. This is payment for services. Is this payment a contractual arrangement or did the recipient invoice or negotiate payment with the University? YES NO YES Has this recipient accepted payments from more than 5 institutions in the last 6 months? 2 NO YES Not an Honorarium. This is payment for services. NO Does the activity or event last longer than 9 days? 3 NO Does the recipient perform this service for a living? 4 YES Not an honorarium. This is payment for services. 5 Is the recipient an international visitor? YES Not an Honorarium. This is payment for services. NO This qualifies as an honorarium. This qualifies as an honorarium.
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In order to do a Travel PO you will need to know: 1) WHAT type of travel in order to determine the correct account code to use. •Acct code 717100 - Commodity code 96287 Individual Travel-Official Business •Acct code 717115 - Commodity code 96289 Individual-Travel Conference/Conv •Acct code 717110 - Commodity code 96288 Group Travel •Acct code 717120 - Commodity code 96286 Recruitment Travel •Acct code 717200 - Commodity code 96285 Charter Services •Acct code 717201 - Commodity code 97113 Rental Cars •Acct code 717202 – Commodity code 96256 Employee Moving Expenses 2) WHERE - destination 3) WHEN – dates 4) WHY - purpose 5) WHO – if paying a registration directly to the vendor 6) One time or re-occurring 7) Allowable maximum rate to estimate expenses on lodging and meals. http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/21287
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The 31st International FLAIRS Conference 148 Registrations from 14 countries Invited Speaker/Organizer/Honoree Author Registration Early Registration Early Student Registration Standard Registration Standard Student Registration Late/Onsite Registration Late/Onsite Student Registration AAAI Member Registration • 136 attended • 12 no-shows 14 95 13 16 3 5 0 0 2 United States Canada Brazil Germany India Ireland France Czech Republic Tunisia Switzerland Sweden New Zealand Italy Denmark 104 11 10 5 4 3 3 2 1 1 1 1 1 1
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The 31st International FLAIRS Conference Revenue/Expenses Invited Speaker/Organizer/Honoree Author Registration Early Registration Early Student Registration Standard Registration Standard Student Registration Late/Onsite Registration Late/Onsite Student Registration AAAI Member Registration Total Revenue Estimated Expenses Food & AV Other Estimated Profit 14 95 13 16 3 5 0 0 2 $80 $52,135 $7,085 $5,300 $1,935 $2,125 $1,090 $69,750 $64,792 $32,175 $32,617 $4,958
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OSP Project Update Worksheet Required to open Date: FM: FRAGRNT - Grant Maintenance Form Grant # Proposal # Fund # Org # Long Title: Memo: Y N Animals: Y N Entered by: Short Title: Date: Agency: / Agency code PI: Update log: To: Current Amount:  by: SCRIPT/ (FO Use Only) Banner ID: Project Period: Status: A e-Memo: Maximum Amount: Use Maximum Amount for Billing Limit? Related Grant CFDA: Grant Type: If yes, requires Financial Officer Approval Category: Sub Category: Sponsor ID: FTMFUND Agency Information Billing Address: COA: 1 Effective Date: BACKDATE Fund Type: 4C Predecessor Fund: Address: Phone: Contact: Unbilled AR Acct: UNGRU Revenue Acct #: FO Use Only 10/26/06 Code: GR Seq # Bank: 94 Cash Receipt Code: 34 Mult Fund: Fund Type Rest.Ind: Permantenty Restricted FRMFUND Date: BACKDATE Billed AR Acct Code: 12GRB Location: Location Information FTMACCI Indirect & Cost Share Information COA: 1 Indirect Cost Basis: Indirect Cost Rate Code: COA: 1 Effective Date: BACKDATE % Program # Indirect Cost Charge Acct Code: 62827 Cost Code Distribute to Code: Personnel Information: Dale Huls, Assistant Director CA, 2, CA, 2 Peggy Kastella, Financial Officer CA, 2, CA, 2 BA = Billing Authority, RA = Reporting Authority CoPI (002) Name: FRAGRNT - Billing Information Billing Exclusion Code: MSU Payment Fund Code: FUND Undistributed Cash Rcpt Acct: UNGRC Refund Clearing Acct: UNGRR CoPI (002) Name: Front Office: Verify Billing Seq & Current Amount Auth. Signature (AS): Billing Limits: Minimum to bill FM, 421600 Deferred Account Code: 25GRD FRAEVGA User Defined Data Letter of Credit Code (LC) Event Code: Secondary Agency (AGC2) Final Cost Share (CS) Earmark (E) NO Front Office: If Y, Check Related Grant *IDCs (Y/N/M) *If Y, IDC code required above BILL RPT RPT1 n/a Y/N Y/N Frequency Format Invoice # Project Period n/a n/a n/a ~ to ~
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Mobile Payment (cont.) Customer requirements:   a larger selection of merchants with whom they can trade a more consistent payment interface when making the purchase with multiple payment schemes, like: • • Credit Card payment Bank Account/Debit Card Payment Merchant benefits: • • brands to offer a wider variety of payment Easy-to-use payment interface development Bank and financial institution benefits • to offer a consistent payment interface to consumer and merchants
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Student Account Suite [Bill + Payment] here you can . . . Check your balance Make a payment towards your balance View your payment history Store your payment methods for quick and easy payment As a student, provide permission to others (parents, employers, etc) to view your bill and make payments View and print your billing statement Enroll in a payment plan so you can pay your balance in installments. ($25.00 fee) View your current payment plan status Make a payment toward one of your installments Schedule future installment payments Enter your bank account information so that refunds can be deposited into your account electronically
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Registration • Space Available Only • Must wait to register for courses until the last day of regular registration at 1:00 p.m. (or thereafter) to register. *Specific registration dates and times are listed on the academic calendar. Summer term has two employee registration dates – one for Session A, C and D; and one for Session B. • The following registration activities prior to registration may invalidate waiver: • • • • Course added and dropped later Putting courses in shopping cart Department/Advising registration Adding course to waitlist
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Peregrine Testing STUDENT REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Select http://www.peregrineacademics.com/umfk 2. Enter case-sensitive password UMFK-1001 (on right side of screen under Self-Registration for Exam Key(s)) 3. Select View Registration. 4. Select the appropriate exam as directed by University of Maine Fort Kent. 5. Select Review Your Selection(s) and Proceed to Register. 6. Select Proceed with Self-Registration. 7. Enter First Name, Last Name, and your E-mail address. 8. Select Review Registration(s). 9. Select Complete Registration. 10. To take exam: a. Select the hyperlink under Course/Exam heading. b. When finished, save/print completion certificate and return to your instructor. 2-3 Copyright ©2013 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall
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