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  • Degree Roadmaps | California State University Stanislaus
    Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Student Affairs Advising Resource Center Degree Roadmaps Degree Roadmaps Most majors have a degree roadmap to help you select which courses to take during each semester to help you graduate in 4 years Either stop by their office or check out their website for more information Printer friendly version Advising Resource Center

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/ARC/degree-roadmaps (2016-02-15)
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  • Major Exploration | California State University Stanislaus
    Center Major Exploration Major Exploration Making a Decision How Do I Select a Major That s Right for Me Confused about what major to select Feeling stressed out because you haven t selected a major Believe almost everyone except you has declared their major Don t have a clue how to select a major that s a good one for you You are in good company Over 600 students at Stanislaus indicate their major is Undeclared And we estimate at least as many students are what we call misdeclared Selecting a major that is a good one for you is a process of exploring and learning more about YOURSELF Self Assessment What are your skills What values are important to you What is your personality type What are your interests What do you like and dislike What are you good at doing What is your learning style What are your long term goals What is your preferred lifestyle and preferred work environment Some assessments are available on our Career Planning website POSSIBLE MAJORS By learning more about YOURSELF you will be able to identify possible majors of interest Then from this list you will select possible majors of interest Through exploration of academic requirements for these selected majors you will gain a better understanding about the fields of study and better able to select one that interests you CAREER INFORMATION Once you have learned more about YOURSELF and selected POSSIBLE MAJORS to consider it s time to find out how careers may be related to majors Remember in most cases your career is not determined by your major Most individuals find their college education provides a good foundation for many possible and future career choices The main thing is GET STARTED Take the necessary Steps to Choosing a Good Major

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/ARC/major-exploration (2016-02-15)
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  • Pre-Nursing Advising | California State University Stanislaus
    Life Giving You are here Home Student Affairs Advising Resource Center Pre Nursing Advising Pre Nursing Advising Pre nursing students receive their academic advising at the Advising Resource Center since pre nursing is an academic track not a major The most current Nursing Roadmap contains information on all necessary pre requisites and requirements needed to apply for the Nursing program Nursing is a highly competitive program please refer to the

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/ARC/pre-nursing-advising (2016-02-15)
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  • Remediation | California State University Stanislaus
    mathematics class each term until they remediate their deficiencies and are allowed one calendar year to complete remediation If remediation is not completed within one year of admission the student will be administratively disqualified from the university and dis enrolled from courses If a student is administratively disqualified he she must complete remediation by Retaking and passing the ELM with a score of 50 or better Completing equivalent s at a community college Stanislaus State Modesto Junior College San Joaquin Delta College Merced College Columbia College MATH 103 MATH 70 or 71 or 72 MATH 090 MATH A MATH 101 MATH 106 MATH 89 or 90 MATH 092S MATH C MATH 104 ENGL 1000 1001 or 1006 ENGL 101 ENGL 1A ENGL 1A ENGL 1A Approved on line course MATH 097 through BYU Approximate cost is 640 The proper form for reinstatement after administrative disqualification can only be obtained from an academic advisor in ARC A student must bring an official transcript to MSR 180 to be reinstated A student who has not been enrolled at the University for one year or who has matriculated at another institution since last attending Stanislaus State must also apply for readmission following established

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/ARC/remediation (2016-02-15)
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  • Undeclared Advising | California State University Stanislaus
    units B3 Mathematics course Choose based on major interest from this chart 3 4units C1 Student choice If interested in Liberal Studies FA 1000 3 units D1a HIST 2600 3 units If unable to register in all the classes above student can choose from areas D2a D2b or E1 Please see department recommendations for interested major Total units 12 13 Year 1 Spring A3 Critical Thinking course Take WPST once you have completed this course 3 units B2 BIOL 1010 1020 1010 and 1020 do not need to be taken during the same semester 3 4 units C3 Student choice 3 units D1b PSCI 1201 3 units E1 Student Choice 2 3 units Total units 14 16 EPT 147 and above and ELM 34 48 Year 1 Fall A2 ENGL 1001 3 units B3 Mathematics course Choose based on major interest from this chart Math 106 if did not pass Early Start ESM 106 in summer 3 4 units C1 Student choice If interested in Liberal Studies FA 1000 3 units D1a HIST 2600 3 units If unable to register in all the classes above student can choose from areas D2a D2b or E1 Please see department recommendations for interested major Total units 12 13 Year 1 Spring A3 Critical Thinking course Take WPST once you have completed this course 3 units B2 BIOL 1010 1020 1010 and 1020 do not need to be taken during the same semester 3 4 units C3 Student choice 3 units D1b PSCI 1201 3 units E1 Student Choice 2 3 units Total units 14 16 EPT 147 and above and ELM 32 or below Year 1 Fall A2 ENGL 1001 3 units Math 106 Math 103 if did not pass Early Start ESM 103 in summer 4 units C1 Student choice If interested in Liberal Studies FA 1000 3 units D1a HIST 2600 3 units If unable to register in all the classes above student can choose from areas D2a D2b or E1 Please see department recommendations for interested major Total units 13 Year 1 Spring A3 Critical Thinking course Take WPST once you have completed this course 3 units B3 Mathematics course Choose based on major interest from this chart Math 106 if did not pass Early Start ESM 103 in summer 3 4 units C3 Student choice 3 units D1b PSCI 1201 3 units E1 Student Choice 2 3 units Total Units 14 16 EPT below 147 and ELM 34 48 Year 1 Fall ENGL 1006 Meets English proficiency and counts as E1 3 units B3 Mathematics course Choose based on major interest from this chart Math 106 if did not pass Early Start ESM 106 in summer 3 4 units C1 Student choice If interested in Liberal Studies FA 1000 3 units D1a HIST 2600 3 units If unable to register in all the classes above student can choose from areas D2a D2b or E1 Please see department recommendations for interested major Total units 12 13 Year 1 Spring A2

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  • Contact Information | California State University Stanislaus
    Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Student Affairs Advising Resource Center Contact Information Contact Information Address Advising Resource Center California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 See Maps Directions Phone 209 667 3304 Meet our Staff Amye Leon Director Tammy Giannini Advisor Gustavo Jimenez Fregoso Advisor Silvia Soria Assistant to the Director Wanda Bonnell Advisor Fernando Beltran Advisor Gabriela Morder Advisor Erlynn Johnson Advisor

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/ARC/contact-information (2016-02-15)
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  • Tutoring Center | California State University Stanislaus
    Campus Life Giving Presidential Fund for Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Tutoring Center Tutoring Center Academic Success through Tutoring The Tutoring Center provides academic support to all Stanislaus State students Our goal is to create an open atmosphere of learning with the purpose of encouraging dialogue among students in order to share techniques for academic success We offer free one on one and group tutoring in most disciplines at all levels of proficiency The Tutoring Center accomplishes its goals by training and providing undergraduate and graduate peer tutors who are experienced with the academic coursework in the subjects they are tutoring These peer tutors are caring individuals who want to see others succeed by providing a supportive judgment free atmosphere where collaborative learning can take place Printer friendly version Tutoring Center Tutoring Services Tutoring Appointment How to Get a Tutor How to Become a Tutor Policies Contact Information Meet Our Tutors Writing Center Testing Office California State University

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/tutoring-center (2016-02-15)
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  • Office of Information Technology | California State University Stanislaus
    educational and work objectives We seek to enable innovative uses of information technology in instructional administrative and social applications in harmony with the overall mission of the university OIT is organized into four major units reporting to the Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer CIO The CIO holds university wide responsibility for providing leadership for all aspects of campus information technology including academic instructional and administrative technologies and their associated supporting infrastructure and services Information Technology Units Client Services is made up of four groups Help Desk Desktop Support Computer Lab Support and Instructional Technology Support The goal of Client Services is to provide technology support to students faculty and staff in an efficient and timely manner Information Services i s responsible for all administrative applications and database systems on campus Information Services also works with other areas of OIT on projects that require integration of the Technology Services Client Services and the Learning Services divisions We also provide consulting services and project management services for all enterprise software implementations on campus Learning Services provides access and technical support for televised and online courses taken by students throughout the University s six county service area Calaveras Mariposa Merced San Joaquin Stanislaus and Tuolumne and beyond Technology Services ensures consistent management of server hardware and operating system software across the variety of platforms in use all computer room and telecommunications operations Resources Here are some of the resources available from OIT Forms Documentation Information Security Policies and Procedures Accessible Technology Initiative This site reflects the California State University s CSU ongoing commitment to provide access to information resources and technologies to individuals with disabilities Campus Training Professional Development Campus Training and Professional Development website Common Management System myCSUStan this websites lets you Register for classes Check grades Verify Financial Aid

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/oit (2016-02-15)
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