Parkland Pathway to Illinois Colleges

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Parkland Pathway to Illinois
Orientation
May 22, 2013
Today’s Agenda
11:45 – 12:00
Q&A
12:00 – 1:30
Resource Fair, Lunch on your own
1:30 – 2:00
Travel to Illinois campus on your own
(refer to folder for directions)
2:00 – 2:30
Meet at Illini Union Bookstore
(Meet College Tour Guides – ISTARS and walk to
college meetings)
2:30
College Meetings
Benefits
Program Benefits
• Opportunity to blend your educational experiences
• Guaranteed admission to your Illinois college or
major
– Stipulations
• Dual Advising
• Illinois instruction
• Access to some Illinois student resources
The primary benefit: You are a student at two
great institutions at one time, giving you unique
access to a wide range of resources.
Policies
Program Requirements
• Full-time each fall and spring semester which is a
minimum of 12 credit hours, Parkland and Illinois
hours combined
• Meet with Parkland advisor and the Illinois
representative regularly
• Complete required coursework
• Maintain GPA
• Pathway sections of PSY 109
• Immunization form
Policy Summary
• Major
– You will receive program-specific academic support
– Your admission guarantee is for the major to which you
were admitted only.
– A change to another Parkland Pathway to Illinois major
is contingent on review/approval by the Parkland
Pathway to Illinois Colleges
– A change to a non-participating Parkland Pathway to
Illinois major will mean leaving the program.
Policy Summary, Con’t
• Discontinuation
– If a student wishes to leave the program, they must
inform University of Illinois Undergraduate Admissions.
– Submission of an application for degree-seeking
admission during the program will be a statement that
you are also withdrawing from Pathway.
– Program benefits and University Housing will no longer
be available.
– Re-entry to Pathway program is not possible.
Policy Summary, Con’t
– Students must complete the same coursework as stated
in the Transfer Handbook (see
http://transferhandbook.illinois.edu) that is required of
transfer applicants by major. Dropping or failing to pass
required course(s) will jeopardize program standing
– Students not in good standing may be dropped from the
program.
– Still eligible to apply for transfer to Illinois
– No longer a non-degree Illinois student, but will continue
to be a Parkland College student
Financial Information
Tuition and Fees
• You will receive a University of Illinois bill.
– Tuition
– Fees
• Notice delivered to: [email protected]
– You must check this email account!
• Bill from Illinois for tuition for Illinois
course.
• Tuition rate = your Parkland rate*:
$0 Trustee Scholar
$117.50 per credit hour - Parkland district
$293.50 per credit hour - Illinois, out of Parkland district
*Fall 2013
rates; rate is per credit hour. Subject to change.
Tuition and Fees
• One fee is automatically assessed:
– Student insurance
**If you do not want our health insurance, you must
opt out.**
• Several fees are optional:
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Service Fee
Health Service Fee
Transportation Fee
“Refundable Fees”
**If you do want a service, you must opt in.**
Housing at Illinois
Housing at Illinois
• Apply for Undergraduate Residence Hall Housing
(217) 333-7111
http://www.housing.illinois.edu/Housing/Apply.aspx
• Private Certified Housing
(217-) 333-1420
www.certified.housing.illinois.edu
• Checklist for Incoming Freshman
http://www.housing.illinois.edu/Future/Incoming.aspx
• Break Housing
Academic Resources
Illinois Advising
ACES – Holly Herrera, 217-333-3380, [email protected]
Education – Joe Cross, 217-333-2800, [email protected]
Engineering – Joe Waranyuwat, 217-333-2280, [email protected]
Fine & Applied Arts - Katrine Trantham, 217-333-1660,
[email protected]
Liberal Arts & Sciences – Kristine McCoskey, 217-333-1703,
[email protected]
Media – Barbara Anderson, 217-244-4329, [email protected]
Social Work – Trent Shumway, 217-244-7169, [email protected]
Parkland College Counseling and Advising Center
Room A251 Parkland College,
(217) 351-2219
John Sheahan, Director
Shevon Brown-Walker (217) 373-3827, [email protected]
Dennis Cockrum: (217) 353-2254, [email protected]
Stephanie Coleman (217) 353-2682, [email protected]
Lenita Epinger: (217) 373-3824, [email protected]
Carrie Harris: (217) 353-2645, [email protected]
Angela Jancola: (217) 373-3826, [email protected]
Parkland College Counseling and Advising Center
Room A251 Parkland College,
(217) 351-2219
John Sheahan, Director
Jennifer Klatsky (217) 351-2453, [email protected]
Joe Omo-Osagie: (217) 353-2620, [email protected]
Randy Rothwell: (217) 373-3825 [email protected]
Marilyn Ryan: (217) 351-2364 [email protected]
Greg Square: (217) 251-2585, [email protected]
Donna Tanner-Harold: (217) 351-2429, [email protected]
Your Illinois and Parkland Advisor(s)
• Will assist with:
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Navigating two institutions and your adjustment to campus
Academic policies and deadlines
Course planning and schedules
Career planning
Preparing to apply to graduate school
Providing resources and/or referrals
As
AsaaPathway
Pathwaystudent
Student you
you will…
will:
• Ask questions and take ownership of your education
• Read your Illinois and Parkland email on a daily basis
• Read your Pathway newsletters
• Come prepared to each and every advising session
• Be open to developing and/or clarifying your personal
and professional goals
• Be an active participant in discussions
Campus Resources
Illinois Support Services
• Student Services
• Academic Support
Free Tutoring Services http://www.dgs.illinois.edu/resources/tutoring.html
Mentoring support http://www.dgs.illinois.edu/resources/mentoring.html
Reading and Writing Support
http://www.dgs.illinois.edu/resources/readingwriting.html
General Campus Services http://www.dgs.illinois.edu/resources/campus.html
• Disability Resources and Educational Services
(DRES)
http://www.disability.illinois.edu/
1207 S. Oak Street, Champaign, IL
217-333-4603 (V/TTY)
• Career Center
http://www.careercenter.illinois.edu/
715 S. Wright St. Champaign, IL
217-333-0820
College Meetings
Illinois College Meeting Locations
• ACES
Heritage Room, ACES Library
• COM
Room 18 Gregory Hall
• EDU
Room 120 Education Building
• ENG
Room 1320 Digital Computer Lab
• FAA
Room 101 Temple Buell Hall
• LAS
Room 1090 Lincoln Hall
• SOCW
Room 200P School of Social Work

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