Cameron School of Business University North Carolina Wilmington Karen Barnhill Terrey Hatcher Barbara Hoppe Keyword Search Student Systems Log-in Access to your courses Access to Computer Based Training courses Blogging Podcasts via iTunes U Registration for parking and dining plans ... and much more. Use your student i.d. # “850” for username and 6-digit birthdate for password Course information Account information (financial) Contact information Grades – audit/transcripts Your e-mail account password expires every 90 days. TAC=Technical Assistance Center Call TAC 910-962-HELP (4357) E-mail [email protected] Visit 1st floor library (very back) Free virus protection Block Registration Fall semester classes Summer session – thesis hours 3 credit hours summer session II Fall semester – 4 credit hours thesis Student Account Transactions Payment due NOW! Classes dropped for non-payment Books on four-hour reserve in Library To access IMBA textbooks go to the Library homepage and Course Reserves http://library.uncw.edu Profile book is for faculty, staff, students, employers Draft profile information to review Profile book ready in about 2 weeks The listserv is used for students, faculty, and staff to communicate information that is important to the entire group. For off-line or social discussions, consider establishing a separate group in Outlook. E-mail addresses Access to Cameron Hall, CIS Building is 24/7 with I.D. Card Access to study rooms “sandboxes” in CIS 3 rooms Reservations required Key access (1020) Certifications ◦ Fixed Income ◦ Equity ◦ Foreign Exchange Reservations Bloomberg Aptitude Test Hours- Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Edward Jones Room – CIS 1002 UNCW One Cards are your campus ID and will allow you access to student services: Library Recreation Center One Card flex account • • • • Preliminary decision due NOW No changes after October 1 Skype presentation TBA Information exchange with partners/admission process with partner Need transcripts from spring semester courses (undergrad transcripts and copy of diploma for Valencia) Will complete UNCW graduation application later in the spring If all classes successfully completed (including thesis), UNCW graduation date is December 2014 Transcripts to partner university Ceremony Immunization—not required to supply immunization information because you are not using the Student Health Center HEALTH INSURANCE IBSA Student Handbook—will be posted on the IMBA website Enjoy your benefits: Library/Research Seminars http://library.uncw.edu/web/instruction/workshops/index.html The Writing Center http://uncw.edu/ulc/writing/center.html Seahawk Perch http://www.uncw.edu/perch/ GSA http://student.uncw.edu/org/gsa/ MBAA http://www.uncwmbaa.org/ I-Print http://www.uncw.edu/iprint/ IMBA students are not permitted to use the Student Health Center unless you have signed up and paid the fee for that service. You are part of an extension program, and your regular fees do not include this service. In case you need medical care, you can use a map-based search for doctors and see what facilities and types of services are located near the university. Ask friends and classmates for recommendations of doctors or facilities. Hospital services can be very expensive, depending on your insurance. Check before you get admission if your need is not urgent. Cape Fear Hospital 5301 Wrightsville Ave. Wilmington, NC 910-452-8100 New Hanover Regional Medical Center 2131 S. 17th Street Wilmington, NC 910-343-7000 •Great information available on the website under Current Students, then Parking and Transportation, then Shuttle. http://www.uncw.edu/parking/shuttle.htm The Wave •Public bus service around the Wilmington area. •For all area residents, not just students. •Free to students with your UNCW One Card. We provided bus schedules for you, and you can also pick them up on campus in Warwick Hall. Free shuttle service and WAVE Transit Service with UNCW ID Campus Loop Shuttle every 30 minutes at stops on campus Seahawk Shuttles operate in 1-mile radius Point to Point from Randall Library to residence within 1-mile radius, Sunday-Thursday evenings during regular semester Please check out the UNCW Office of International Programs (OIP) website, which has advice about study abroad. It focuses on undergraduates, but some of the information will be useful as you prepare for your spring semester studies. Information sessions are available Tuesdays and Fridays. http://www.uncw.edu/international/abroad/edabroadFAQs.html You must fill out the IMBA Travel Form for the UNCW Office of International Programs. Study abroad insurance is required and will be billed to your student account at a rate of $1.32 per day. With the Travel Form, you must also submit your itinerary: dates leaving and returning, any side trips you know about. You must provide (write on Travel Form cover page) an emergency contact in your country of study (can be university administrative contact). Submit to Terrey Hatcher as soon as you have firmed up your specialization. Ask your contact at the partner university for advice on that specific country’s visa requirements—start early! The UNCW Office of International Programs website provides information about passports and visas at http://www.uncw.edu/international/abroad/passportandvisas.html Check out the U.S. Department of State website http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_4965.html for country-specific information on visa requirements. U.S. Department of State provides links to visa information (Entry/Exit Requirements) in different countries at http://travel.state.gov/visa/americans/americans_1252.html Hochschule Bremen: German Consulate http://www.germany.info/Vertretung/usa/en/Startseite.html Valencia: UV provides master acceptance letters for visa purposes. Embassy of Spain, Washington, DC http://www.spanish-embassy.com/washington.html IBS RANEPA: Not included in the tuition fee. Visa costs depend on the consulate fees in various countries. IBS provides visa invitations. Must start process as soon as possible. Web site: Embassy of the Russian Federation http://www.russianembassy.org/ University of Hertfordshire: UK Border Agency http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/visas-immigration/ Unirazak: Contact Malaysian Consulate in New York via e-mail: [email protected] Malaysian govt. web site: http://www.kln.gov.my/web/guest/home Novancia: Embassy of France http://ambafrance-us.org/spip.php?rubrique=2 Hochschule Bremen: International Student Association helps students find an accommodation off campus. Universitat de Valencia: Information on off-campus accommodation is provided on their web site. IBS RANEPA: Accommodation on campus is available. University of Hertfordshire: On-campus halls of residence, and assistance with off-campus housing. Unirazak: Can recommend real estate agents for offcampus housing. Novancia: Can recommend real estate agents for offcampus housing. Hochschule Bremen, Germany Angela Dunkhorst, Program Coordinator E-mail: [email protected] IBS RANEPA, Russia Evgenia Pashkevitch E-mail: [email protected] Universitat de Valencia, Spain Ana Aroca E-mail: [email protected] University of Hertfordshire, UK In transition… E-mail: [email protected] Unirazak, Malaysia Rozina Haron E-mail: [email protected] Novancia Dominique Loizance-Lemoine E-mail: [email protected] QUESTIONS??