Registration Advising PPT - Humboldt State University

Report
Fall 2014
Today’s goal:
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Clarify HSU degree requirements
Simplify registration advising
Today’s focus:
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DARS / GEAR / degree requirements
Registration resources
Registration process
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Unit max back to 19 (Saturday before classes
begin)
College Scheduler – new planning tool to
efficiently plan student schedules
MATH 113 & 114 – alternate pathway into
Calculus
CWT 309 courses – can take up to 3 distinct
courses for UDGE
New GE/DCG options – RS 107, NAS 301,
NAS 302
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History – DARS became available on the HSU
Campus in 2003
Individual departments work with the DARS
Analyst from the Office of the Registrar
GE is an ongoing process in relation to ASSIST
agreements and curriculum change to HSU
course offerings
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Native HSU Students
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Transfer Students
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Live updates
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DARS from Faculty Center
PDF preferred
Degree Pie Chart:
120 units
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Lower Division General Education:
100-109
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Upper Division General Education:
300-309
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Area E* (Human Integration):
400
*Certain lower division transfer courses meet this requirement
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Area A (Basic Subjects): 9 units (3 courses)
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Area B (Science & Math): 9 units
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Area C (Arts & Humanities): 9 units
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Area D (Social Science): 9 units
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Total units: 36
Notice all courses are numbered
100-109
Area A
 Recommend at least one course each semester:
 written communication
 oral communication
 critical thinking
 New
English Comp program:
 Students self-select into ENGL 102 or 104 after
completing a survey
 ENGL 102 & 103 – 1 year, same cohort and teacher,
6 units toward degree: 3 elective, 3 GE
 ENGL 104: 1 semester, 3 units GE
 Students enrolled in ENGL 102 will automatically
be enrolled in appropriate section of ENGL 103
 Check page 1 of DARS for English remediation
message
Area B
 Science majors: check your major requirements!
note new pathways for pre-calculus Math 113 (college
algebra) & 114 (trigonometry) - or Math 115
 Non-science majors:
• Life science: BIOL 102, 102L or BIOL 104 (L)
• Physical science: GEOG 106 (no lab) or
GEOL 106 (no lab) or GEOL 108 (L) or PHYX 104 (L)
or PHYX 104B (no lab)
• Math: MATH 103 or STAT 108 (social sciences,
Business)
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Area C: one course from arts, one course from
humanities, third from either area
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Area D: 3 courses, from more than one area, one
American Institutions course may count:
HIST 110, HIST 111, PSCI 110, PSCI 210*,
NAS 200**
* For Political Science majors
** Also counts as DCG domestic
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Area B (Math & Science ): 3 units
Area C (Arts & Humanities): 3 units
Area D (Social Science): 3 units
Total units: 9
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Area E (Human Integration): 3 units
 lower division transfer course may count
 First Year Experience course may count in future
Communication and Ways of
Thinking (CWT): 309 courses
• Beginning fall 2014 students are
allowed to fill UD GE with 3
distinct 309 courses.
• Before fall 2014 students were
allowed only one 309 course in
UD GE
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American Institutions
1. US history: HIST 110 or HIST 111 or
NAS 200 or ECON 323
2. US government:
3. California government:
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PSCI 110 or PSCI 210*
or PSCI 359 or PSCI 410
Any one of the above courses can double-count in
lower division GE Area D, regardless of the course
number
* Political Science majors only
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Two Courses
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One DCG course must be domestic, focusing on
issues within the US
The second DCG course may be either domestic or
non-domestic, with a focus beyond the US
Certain DCG courses double-count for GE,
major, minor, or other requirements
 Remind students which major courses double-count
with DCG and /or GE!
 Why double-counts are important (time and money)
 Examples
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Remedial courses must be completed during the
first year at HSU!
Courses numbered 001-099
CNRS majors, Business majors, and social
 MATH:
MATHSTAT
40, MATH
42, MATH 43/103i, MATH 44
science
majors requiring
108:
recommend
MATH
44 over
 English:
may
see 43/103I
ENGL 60/100A or AHSS 180B on DARS
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MATH
NO 44
remedial
preps for English
STAT 108 as of fall 2013: ENGL 102 & 103
designed
for or
students
need the extra practice
MATH
113 & 114
MATH 115who
prereqs
for Calculus
MATH 113 or 115 prereq for STAT 109
Units
do not count towards degree
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Students who fall below 2.0 GPA
GPA minimum: seniors 1.95, juniors 1.85,
sophomores 1.70, freshmen 1.50
AP and DQ Holds
Learning Center email: AP Tutorial
Two semester limit
http://www.humboldt.edu/facultycenterhelp/
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Executive Order 1037
Repeats:
 Courses with earned grades “C - ” or below
 16 unit limit for grades replaced
 Additional 12 units for grades averaged
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Withdrawals:
 18 unit limit (not including “catastrophic”)
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Major Contract Exceptions
Transfer Courses
Petitions
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90 unit registration hold
When to apply (60 or more units)
Major contract
Degree check: How DARS changes with
graduation application
Before registration cycle: email students
b) During meeting: review DARS/review student’s
schedule /recommend courses
c) AP hold? Refer student to Learning Center
d) Remedial courses? Recommendation based on
passing course (1 year limit)
e) Completed > 60 units, or 3 semesters prior to
graduation? Time to apply for graduation and
complete major contract
f) Note enrollment appointment date
g) Remove hold (note: “VIEW ALL”)
a)
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College Scheduler
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Advisor Bulletin (Advising Center website)
Class Schedule / College Schedule Planner
DCG / GE double-count list
Dates & Deadlines Calendar
Catalog
4-year MAPs
5-year course rotations
Important dates:
 Census: last day to add and drop classes/ withdraw
from HSU without serious & compelling reason/
apply for educational leave
 8 weeks: CR/NC grade mode
 myHumboldt announcements
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Advisor Bulletin: Updates on policies / degree
requirements / GE, etc…during each registration
cycle
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Advisor Handbook: Useful resource for advising

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