Welcome to Caldwell Summer Orientation 2011

Report
Welcome to Advising at
Caldwell University
For Faculty Advisors
Created by:
Jennifer M Kim-Lee, Director of Advisement & Study Abroad
Center for Student Success
Academic Advisor
Advising at Caldwell College
Traditional Undergraduate Students
• Declared First-Year Students – Freshman Seminar Faculty Instructor
• Faculty from student’s declared major
• Undeclared First-Year Students – Freshman Seminar Instructor
• Faculty/Director of Advisement from Center for Student Success
• Undeclared Upper-Class Students – Director of Advisement from Center for Student Success
• Declared Upper-Class Students – Faculty from student’s declared major
Transfer Students
• All Transfer Students register with the Director of Advisement
• Students with ≥ 30 Transfer Credits
• Faculty from your declared major
• Notifications sent before registration for the next semester (November 14)
• Students with < 30 Transfer Credits
• Director of Advisement from Center for Student Success
• Faculty Advisor Reassignment
• Reach 60 credits and 1 semester at Caldwell
• Declare a major before 60 credits and 1 semester at Caldwell
Adult Undergraduate Students
• Professional Advisor from the Center for Student Success
Online Students
• Professional Advisor from the Center for Student Success
Additional Support Resources
• Athletes
• Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF)
• Disability Services
Students meet with an Academic Advisor to:
• Select courses for the upcoming semester (advisor’s signature is required
on course registration form)
• Discuss any problems that are impacting academic performance and help
get connected to resources on campus
• Add or drop courses during registration and discuss withdrawal from a
course
• Work through the process of declaring a major and design a plan to
complete it
• Get clarification on academic policies and procedures
• Consider opportunities such as study abroad, internship, summer school,
and post-Caldwell plans, such as graduate school and career options
Student Advising Videos
• How NOT to Contact your Academic Advisor
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMIMqJhzQs0
• How TO Contact your Academic Advisor
• https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9tkBZ8oW98
• How NOT to Approach your Academic Advisor Meeting
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NF7nkhveWZ8
• How TO Approach your Academic Advisor Meeting
• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hitRKZWSM_0
Graduation Requirements
Caldwell Curriculum
• All Caldwell students are required to complete the following
in order to graduate:
• A minimum of 120 credits
• Final 30 credits must be taken at Caldwell
• A minimum of one major
• Half the major requirements must be taken at Caldwell
• Foundational and Enriched Core
• With an AA or 30+ transfer credits are waived
• A minimum Cumulative GPA of 2.0
• Education majors=3.0
• Nursing majors=2.75
• A minimum Major GPA of 2.0
Majors
• Accounting
• Art*
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Art Therapy (B.A. Art & Psychology)
• Biology*
• Business Administration
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Concentrations in: Global Business, Human
Resources, Small Business and
Entrepreneurship, Sport Management
• Communication Arts
• Computer Information Systems
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Concentrations in: Business Systems or
Information Technology
• Criminal Justice
• Education
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Elementary
Secondary
English*
Financial Economics
Graphic Design
Health Science
History
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Individualized Majors
Marketing
Mathematics*
Medical Technology
Music*
Nursing
Political Science
Psychology**
Social Studies*
Sociology
Spanish*
Studio Art
Theology
*Denotes areas Education majors can double major in
**Psychology may only double major with Elementary
Education with Teacher of Students with Disabilities
Certification
Core
Credits
Classes
Communication Skills
3
CO 230 , DR 102, DR 103, or DR 104
Computer Science
3
CS 115 or waiver
English
6
EN 111 or EN 320 and EN 2xx
Fine Arts
3
Art: AH 122, AR 111, AR 113, AR 118, AR 280, AT 230, AH 245 or
Music: MU 122, MU 212, MU 220, MU 231, MU 240, MU 245
History
3
HI 101 or HI 102
Mathematics
3
Depending on Major
Modern Languages
3
Language Placement Level: AS, FR, IT, SP or
Culture Course: FR 113, FR 114, IT 113, IT 114, SP 115
Natural & Physical Sciences
3
Biological: BI 103, BI 106, BI 109, BI 110, NP 107 or
Physical: PY 101, PY 104, PY 109
Philosophy
3
PH 102
Social Sciences
6
AN 225, BU 101, PO 125, PS 150, or SO 101
Theology
3
TH 102
2nd Writing Intensive
WI
Enriched Core
9
Total Credits:
49
Section 025, 026, 027 or 028 (waived with 30+ transfer credits)
Catholic & Dominican Tradition (3)
Global Awareness & Cultural Understanding (3)
Ethical Inquiry & Application (3)
Students with an AA only complete 3 core
requirements (in blue)
Resources
Academic Calendar
• Includes important dates and deadlines:
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Orientation
First day of Classes (Distance Learning, Evening, Day)
Last day to Add/Drop Courses
Student Outreach System
Last day to Withdraw from class with a W notation
Last day to Withdraw from class with WP/WF notation
Registration for the following semester
Mid-Term Progress Report
Final Exam Period
Holidays
• Current Academic Calendar can be found:
http://www.caldwell.edu/studentsuccess/advisement/resources#academic-calendar
Campus Resources
• Campus Resources:
• Bursar (Aquinas Hall – x3545)
• Center for Student Success (CSS) (2nd floor, Alumni Theatre – x3374)
• Academic Success Center (Student Center – x3271)
• Advisement & Study Abroad (2nd floor, Alumni Theatre–x 3203)
• Career Planning & Development (2nd floor Alumni Theater – x3290)
• Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) (Aquinas Hall --- x3245)
• Counseling Office (Newman Center – x3307)
• Disability Services (Student Center – x3645)
• Financial Aid (Aquinas Hall – x3221)
• Registrar (Aquinas Hall --- x3201)
• Student Engagement (Student Center – x3248)
Online Resources
• Online Resources:
• Academic Calendar
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http://www.caldwell.edu/student-success/advisement/resources#academic-calendar
• Caldwell E-mail (Cougar Mail)
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http://www.caldwell.edu/current-students
• Campus Bookstore
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http://caldwell.bncollege.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/BNCBHomePage?storeId=65149&catalog
Id=10001&langId=-1
• Campus Map
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http://www.caldwell.edu/about/directions/campus-map
• Department Chairs
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http://www.caldwell.edu/student-success/advisement/resources#department-chairs
• Moodle
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http://www.caldwell.edu/student_services/
• MyCaldwell Portal (http://www.caldwell.edu/student_services/)
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Unofficial Degree Audit
Course Search
Billing Information
Enriched Core Information
• Suggested Four-Year Major Plans
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http://www.caldwell.edu/student-success/4-year-plan
• University Catalog & Core Book
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http://www.caldwell.edu/current-students
Center for Student Success Advisors
• Christopher Cruz Cullari, Executive Director of the Center for
Student Success
• Jennifer M Kim, Director of Advisement & Study Abroad
• Michelle Perez, Academic Advisor
• Roxanne Knott-Kuczborski, Senior Academic Advisor
• Sister Michael Maurice, O.P., Senior Academic Advisor
• Maureen McNish, Office Manager
Center Contact Information
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Center for Student Success (CSS)
Phone: 973.618.3203
Office: Second Floor of Alumni Theatre
Hours: M-R, 8:30 AM-7:00 PM; F, 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
Summer Hours: M-R, 8:30-6 PM; F, 8:30-12 PM
Website: http://www.caldwell.edu/student-success

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