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  • Resources | California State University Stanislaus
    Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home Student Affairs Parents Program Resources Resources Departments Programs Services Career Services Catalog Counseling Services Directory Search Financial Aid Student Housing Facility Locations Campus Maps Directions MSR 130C Building 51 Suite 130C Pergola Building 26 Quad Next to Building 1 Residential Life Cafeteria Building 39A University Union Event Ctr Building 25 Room 108 University Union Lounge Building

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/parents-program/resources (2016-02-15)
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  • Volunteer Opportunities | California State University Stanislaus
    Student Affairs Parents Program Volunteer Opportunities Volunteer Opportunities The success of the California State University Stanislaus Parents Program and Stanislaus Parents Association relies heavily on your participation Parents and family members are encouraged to attend family events and volunteer when available Below you will find a list of ways that you can become involved Parent Guest Orientation Welcome freshman parents and guests to the university by participating in the Parent Guest Orientation You can assist with the check in process participate in a parent panel or share a few words of advice to other parents Family Weekend Help plan and coordinate our annual Family Weekend sponsored by the Parents Program and the Stanislaus Parents Association You can volunteer to help plan the event between now and October provide us with ideas or help on the day of the event Publications The Stanislaus Parents Association publishes a newsletter every semester a yearly parent handbook and sends electronic monthly e news Volunteers can write an article or obtain business sponsors for these publications Business Support Individuals can seek business support and donations for family events and publications Business sponsors can place an ad in a publication sponsor an event provide discounts for

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/parents-program/volunteer-opportunities (2016-02-15)
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  • Contact Information | California State University Stanislaus
    are here Home Student Affairs Parents Program Contact Information Contact Information Program Coordinator E mail Tammy J Giannini E mail TGiannini csustan edu Hours of Operation Regular Hours 8 a m to 5 p m Monday through Friday Summer Hours June through August 7 30 a m to 4 p m weekdays Address Parents Program California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 See Maps Directions Building Location

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  • Stanislaus Parents Association
    What are the benefits of joining the Stanislaus Parents Association Members of the Parents Association will receive information about CSU Stanislaus including campus news event information important dates and deadlines and services available to students Additionally SPA members will receive information about parent and family events on campus and will have the opportunity to volunteer or help plan the events Most importantly the Stanislaus Parents Association is dedicated to helping your son or daughter be successful in college Members will receive information tips and resources on student development issues Getting involved with the Stanislaus Parent Association There are many ways that you can get involved with the Stanislaus Parents Association depending on your availability and interest You can stay connected by receiving the newsletter and e mail alerts Parents can participate in or help plan the various events that will be held throughout the year You can also assist with the planning or creation of the parent publications including the newsletter website or handbook Who can I contact to get more information Fill out the Sign Me Up Form 1 pdf and mail to our office See Contact Information on left side of this page California State University Stanislaus One

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  • Parents
    para la Universidad Estatal de California Esperamos que la lista y recursos anotados abajo les sirva de gua mientras apolla a su hijo durante el proceso de ingreso a la universidad Consejos a Los Padres Consejos de Matematicas 3 Consejos de Ingles 4 Common Core Estadares Academicos Fundamentales para Los Padres Guía de los Normas Estatales Comunes 5 Guía Para Padres Para Fomentar El Éxito Escolar 6 Estándares Académicos Fundamentales Vídeo 7 Ya llegaron los Estándares Académicos Vídeo 8 Additional Resources Recursos Adicionales www collegeeap org parents aspx 9 calstate edu eap resource parents shtm 10 Our Children Magazine 11 www californiacolleges edu 11 www collegecampaign org 12 California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities Directions Parking Campus Map Campus Tours Title IX Campus Security Report Information for Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving 2014 California State University Stanislaus Twitter Facebook RSS Vimeo Instagram Source URL https www csustan edu early assessment program parents Links 1 http www csusuccess org parents 2 http www csusuccess org parents esw

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  • Students | California State University Stanislaus
    college does not mean you will automatically be able to participate in college level coursework once you are enrolled unless you are considered college ready College ready means demonstrating that you are ready for college level coursework in math and English through CAASPP EAP or qualifying standardized test scores on the SAT ACT AP IB SBAC or the CSU ELM and EPT exams 11th Grade Expand Collapse During your junior year of high school you ll be making several decisions which can have an impact the next 5 years of your life Increase your chances of success in college by becoming college ready and excelling in the exams listed above Here are a few tips on how to prepare for standardized exams and your junior year of high school Contact your school counselor to find out exam dates Communicate with teachers about your grades in class Register to take the PSAT or other test preparation programs available at your school Familiarize yourself with csusuccess org and csumentor edu 12th Grade Expand Collapse Take advantage of this year to prepare for a successful first year of college by Checking your CAASPP EAP results Taking the SAT ACT multiple times and reviewing scores with a counselor or admissions advisor Reviewing Conditionally Ready information and enrolling in appropiate English and or math senior courses If Conditionally Ready submit appropiate Confirmation of Final Grade forms to Stanislaus State Create a CSU Mentor account Review information about ELM and EPT and find out if you have to register and take these CSU Placement Exams New CAASPP EAP Statuses If your CAASPP EAP English or math status is Standard Met Conditionally Ready for CSU college level English or math courses you must continue your preparation in the 12th grade by taking an approved English or math

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  • Educators | California State University Stanislaus
    You are here Home Early Assessment Program College Readiness Educators Educators Student Brochures EAP Flier Thank you for your efforts in helping our California students succeed The goal of this unprecedented partnership is to ensure that eleventh grade students are on track to meet college entry level standards in English and mathematics With your help and guidance we can help increase the number of College Ready students at our universities We will be changing the page periodically to provide you with the latest updates Download College Readiness Flyer Professional Development English ERWC Math SMI Common Core Common Core Implementation Plan for California Find out more about Common Core The CSU will use adopted common core math sequences to meet the conditional status Courses above the Math III will qualify Resources Ways Schools can make the most of the Early Assessment Program Learn about EPT ELM exemptions CSU Success California Department of Education Our Children Magazine EAP Newsletter Fall 2014 www collegecampaign org www collegeeap org educators aspx Counselor Information Schools Serviced English Information Math Information List of CCC accepting EAP UC s A G Course Management Portal New Smarter Balanced CAASPP Information Smarter Balanced Assessments Core Components of Smarter Balanced Achievement Level Setting College Content readiness Policy ALDs Smarter Balanced and Teachers Additional Pathway Using SAT ACT SubScores for EAP Conditional Status Test Existing CSU Readiness Cut Score Exempt from ELM EPT New CSU Conditionally Ready Cut Score Conditionally Exempt from ELM EPT SAT Math 550 490 SAT Reading 500 460 ACT Math 23 20 ACT English 22 19 The CSU recommends students take ACT SAT tests by the end of the junior year Printer friendly version Early Assessment Program Students Parents Educators Schools Serviced Frequently Asked Questions Meet the EAP Team Early Start Information Events Workshops EAP Breakfast ERWC

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  • Frequently Asked Questions | California State University Stanislaus
    Assessment of Student Performance and Progress CAASPP formerly known as STAR Standardized Testing and Reporting What is Content Readiness English Language Arts Literacy Students who perform at the College Content Ready level in English language arts literacy demonstrate reading writing listening and research skills necessary for introductory courses in a variety of disciplines They also demonstrate subject area knowledge and skills associated with readiness for entry level transferable credit bearing English and composition courses Mathematics Students who perform at the College Content Ready level in mathematics demonstrate foundational mathematical knowledge and quantitative reasoning skills necessary for introductory courses in a variety of disciplines They also demonstrate subject area knowledge and skills associated with readiness for entry level transferable credit bearing mathematics and statistics courses What do my results mean Level 1 Not Yet Content Ready Substantial Support Needed K 12 higher education may offer interventions Level 2 Not Yet Content Ready Support Needed Transition courses or other supports for Grade 12 retesting option for states Level 3 Conditionally Content Ready Exempt from Developmental In each state K 12 and higher ed must jointly develop Grade 12 requirements for students to earn exemption Level 4 Content Ready Exempt from Developmental K 12 and higher education may jointly set Grade 12 requirements to retain exemption optional for states Note Applies only to students who matriculate directly from high school to college What is the difference between college prepared and college ready College prepared means having taken all the courses in high school to meet the minimum CSU admission requirements However being admitted to a college does not mean you will automatically be able to participate in college level coursework once you are enrolled unless you are considered college ready College ready means demonstrating that you are ready for college level coursework in math and English through qualifying standardized test scores on the SAT ACT AP IB SBAC or the CSU ELM and EPT exams What does it mean to be College Ready in English If your EAP English status is College Ready then you have met the CSU EPT requirement and are ready for CSU or participating CCC college level English courses You are ready to enroll in for credit English courses at the CSU What does it mean to be College Ready in Math If your EAP Math Status is College Ready then you have met the CSU ELM requirement and are ready for CSU or participating CCC college level mathematics courses You are ready to enroll in for credit math courses at the CSU What scores do I need on the SAT or ACT to be considered college ready For the SAT you need a 550 or above in Math and a 500 or above in English For the ACT you need a 23 or above in Math and a 22 or above in English What is the new college ready assessment The Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium SBAC is an assessment aligned with the Common Core State Standards that measures

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