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  • SF State Career Center
    mail sicc sfsu edu Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 2979 Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Click here to download and install Adobe Reader Last Update February 22 2013 Faculty Staff Services Posting On campus Student Jobs Career Center Presentations Career Events Posting On campus Student Jobs To meet EOE AA guidelines the University requires that you post your student employment opportunities for at least five 5 calendar days with our job listing partner GatorJOBS This requirement applies to the following positions Work Study Program through Financial Aid Student Assistant non work study Instructional Student Assistant Teaching Associate Graduate Assistant If you already know how to post on campus jobs proceed to the GatorJOBS link under jobs at left Instructions for Posting On campus Jobs Click on the View Post Jobs GatorJOBS link on the left side of any SF State Career Center Web page or click here Click the link under the Faculty and Staff heading You will be taken to a GatorJOBS login page Type your department s five digit main extension without spaces or hyphens into the Username box Type student without quotation marks into the Password box Click the Login button at the bottom of the page You will be taken to your department s GatorJOBS Home page Move your cursor over the View Post Jobs item in the menu bar at the top of the GatorJOBS Web page Click VIEW Job List on the drop down menu to view and update your department s job listings in the GatorJOBS database Click POST New Job on the drop down menu to create a new job listing Your posting will be viewable by students on the Posting Date you choose It will be available to the students 24 hours a day 7 days

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~career/facultystaff/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Career Center
    Links Advising Center Department Directory Division of Student Affairs My SFSU Login Search SICC Search Career Center Contact Hours of Service Location Monday Friday 8am 5pm Student Services Bldg Rm 206 Quick Questions Tuesdays 10 30am 11 30am Wednesdays 10 00am 11 00am E mail sicc sfsu edu Phone 415 338 1761 Fax 415 338 2979 Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Click here to download and install Adobe Reader Last Update February 22 2013 Family Member Services Career Planning for Family Members Career Counseling What Can My Student Do With This Major Career Events Career Planning for Family Members Many first time Freshmen coming to SF State have made the important decision to attend college but do not yet have a clue as to the degree they want to major in let alone the career they will ultimately pursue In collaboration with the Career Center you can assist and support your family member in making these decisions The student section of our web site contains a wealth of resources that serve as a starting point Resources of interest to family members as compiled by JobWeb Back to top Career Counseling We want to help your student find a personally meaningful exciting and fun career while meeting his or her needs for earning a living as well The Career Center offers individual career counseling and career assessments Working with a career counselor can help your student to Decide on a major Investigate ways to use his her major in a real world workplace Discuss their ideas and concerns about career related issues Make effective career decisions Learn how to do a professional job search Create a targeted resume Develop effective interviewing techniques More information on Career Counseling services Back to top What Can My Student Do With This

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~career/family/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Make an Appointment - Fellowships Office - San Francisco State University
    State Doctoral Students By Year in School Fellowships for Alumni Applicants to Doctoral Programs Applicants to Professional Programs Internships and Research Opportunities Study Intern Abroad Opportunities Artist Residencies Scholarships Resources Applicants Share Their Experiences Becoming a Strong Candidate FAQs Admitted Students Scholarships Search Strategy Deadlines Workshops Meet Our Fellows Contribute to This Site Quick Links Intake Questionnaire Graduate Fellowships California Pre Doctoral Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 Make an Appointment To schedule an appointment please call the Advising Center 415 338 2103 or drop by the front desk ADM 211 What to Bring to Your Appointment Unofficial transcript s preferably for all institutions you have attended A current resume or C V In addition to contact information please include the following as applicable Education GPA Honors and awards Publications any work you ve published Conferences at which you ve delivered papers Research Experience formal or informal Teaching Experience including teaching assistantships and tutoring Volunteer Work Academic Service or Public Service Activities Foreign Languages languages you speak and your level Employment or Internships Samples of your writing that will help me get to know

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/Make%20an%20Appointment.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • Start Page of Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    inform all students of EO 665 Entry Level Math hold and pop up message that has been on your Student Center since May 2014 A pop up message appeared during your Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Summer 2015 and Fall 2015 registration and you were required to click and acknowledge that you read the message The message read Please note this hold will not prevent you from enrolling in courses This is a reminder that Math remediation is required You must complete Math 60 and Math 70 by the end of your first year This hold will be removed once remediation is complete If you do not complete remediation you will be unable to attend SF State for your second year Send questions to remedial sfsu edu Please click OK to continue 3 What do I do if I didn t pass Math or I didn t go to summer school Students who do not complete their remedial courses within one year have their Fall 2015 courses dropped and a hold placed on their account As a result students cannot attend SF State for Fall 2015 They may return to SF State after successfully completing up to Math 70 equivalent course elsewhere e g community college The Math 70 Intermediate Algebra equivalent course must be passed with a C or better grade 4 When can I return to SF State Students who do not pass their remediation will be placed on a Leave of Absence from the university for one academic year only In order to return Math 70 equivalent course must be passed with C or better grade If the course is taken in Fall 2015 and passed with C or better grade then students can return to SF State for Spring 2016 If the course is taken Spring 2016 and passed with a C or better grade then students can return for Fall 2016 Remediation must be completed within one academic year by the end of Spring 2016 or sooner in order to return to SF State 5 What class do I need to take at the community college Please see the attached PDF for Math 70 Intermediate Algebra equivalencies at California community colleges 6 What do I do once I pass the class Once you earn a grade of C or better please send an email to remedial sfsu edu We will need to see your grade posted online through the community college s student portal We will help you with the next steps and the necessary paperwork Remember remediation must be completed within one academic year by the end of Spring 2016 or sooner in order to return to SF State 7 How do I apply and register at a community college Community colleges have their free applications online through their website You can find it under their Admissions website You will need to follow their matriculation process in order to register Please start this process as soon as possible Most community colleges will begin there Fall

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/services/math60.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Start Page of Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    1415 gradreq htm Math professor and syllabus Professors on the first day of class inform all students of EO 665 Entry Level Math hold and pop up message that has been on your Student Center since May 2014 A pop up message appeared during your Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Summer 2015 and Fall 2015 registration and you were required to click and acknowledge that you read the message The message read Please note this hold will not prevent you from enrolling in courses This is a reminder that Math remediation is required You must complete Math 70 by the end of your first year This hold will be removed once remediation is complete If you do not complete remediation you will be unable to attend SF State for your second year Send questions to remedial sfsu edu Please click OK to continue 3 What do I do if I didn t pass Math or I didn t go to summer school Students who do not complete their remedial Math 70 course within one year have their Fall 2015 courses dropped in mid August a hold placed on their Fall 2015 registration in mid August and cannot attend SF State for Fall 2015 They may return to SF State after successfully completing Math 70 Intermediate Algebra equivalent course elsewhere e g community college The Math 70 Intermediate Algebra equivalent course must be passed with a C or better grade 4 When can I return to SF State Students who do not pass their remediation will be placed on a Leave of Absence from the university for one academic year only In order to return Math 70 equivalent course must be passed with C or better grade If the course is taken in Fall 2015 and passed with C or better grade then students can return to SF State for Spring 2016 If the course is taken Spring 2016 and passed with a C or better grade then students can return for Fall 2016 Remediation must be completed within one academic year by the end of Spring 2016 or sooner in order to return to SF State 5 What class do I need to take at the community college Please see the attached PDF for Math 70 Intermediate Algebra equivalencies at California community colleges 6 What do I do once I pass the class Once you earn a grade of C or better please send an email to remedial sfsu edu We will need to see your grade posted online through the community college s student portal We will help you with the next steps and the necessary paperwork Remember remediation must be completed within one academic year by the end of Spring 2016 or sooner in order to return to SF State 7 How do I apply and register at a community college Community colleges have their free applications online through their website You can find it under their Admissions website You will need to follow their matriculation process in order

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/services/math70.html (2016-02-13)
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    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/workshops/Frosh_EnrollmentWorkshop/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • About the Early Start Program for SF State Students
    San Francisco State Through Early Start students can also receive academic counseling services tutoring services if needed and support from the Undergraduate Advising Center Early Start is required for all students whose placement tests indicate they need Math and or English composition courses SF State students who are required to do Early Start classes and fail to enroll will not be allowed to attend SF State in Fall 2015 Students enrolled in Early Start courses who do not attend or complete their required class es will not be allowed to attend SF State in Fall 2015 The goal of our SF State Early Start program is to provide our students with a head start advantage on their English and Math college requirements before their first semester begins Through the Early Start program first time students will have a better chance at completing their college degree in a successful timely manner The Early Start Program is committed to facilitating a smooth transition into San Francisco State University for incoming students Early Start Staff will be available during all summer Freshmen Orientations in order to answer any Early Start questions Benefits of Early Start Head start advantage on beginning math and or English course requirements Utilize and access academic counseling and tutoring support services on SF State s campus What do my EPT ELM Scores Mean What Do Your EPT ELM Placement Test Scores Mean Click here Math ELM Early Start Math ELM of 42 48 Student is required to enroll in Early Start Math ESM 70 or ESM 40 Early Start Math ELM of 40 and Below Student is required to enroll in Early Start Math ESM 60 or ESM 40 English EPT Early Start English EPT of 146 and Below Student is required to enroll in Early Start English ESE 99 Students may be exempt from the Early Start program based on scores received from the SAT the ACT and or placement tests If you are an Early Assesment Program EAP conditional student refer to your SAT and or ACT section of the table Please contact Admissions to determine if you are considered to be EAP conditional To contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions please call 415 338 3880 Please reference the chart below to determine if student is exempt from Early Start courses What do my EAP SAT ACT Scores Mean SF State Early Assessment Program EAP and Early Start Placement 2015 First Time Freshmen Math EAP SAT ACT Remediation Status ELM Test Early Start Remediation Required Early Start Course Exempt Ready for College level math courses 550 above 23 above Exempt No No No Not Required Conditionally Exempt Ready for College Level mathematics courses 490 540 20 22 Conditionally Exempt Recommended if condition not met Yes if condition not met Yes if condition not met ESM 70 or ESM 40 Not Ready for college level math courses 480 lower 19 lower Not Exempt Yes Yes if score below 50 on ELM Yes if scored below 50 on ELM

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/esp/Summer2016/esp.html (2016-02-13)
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  • About the Early Start Program for SF State Students
    enroll in Early Start Math are required to Trigger your Early Start Smart Page This must be done 24 hours before the Enroll in Early Start link will show The deadline to activate is July 10 2015 Early Start English Smart Page Students that are required to enroll in Early Start English will have their Smart Page automatically triggered since all Early Start English students are required to complete their requirement at San Francisco State University Students that are required to enroll in Early Start Math MUST trigger their Early Start Smart Page 24 hours before they are able to view or access the Enroll in Early Start link Students that are required to enroll in Early Start English will have their Early Start Smart Page automatically triggered Click HERE for a tutorial on how to trigger your Early Start Smart Page STEP 2 Decide which Early Start Course s to Take Course Number Title Course Format Number of Units Placement Test Score Benefits Early Start English ESE 99 ONLINE 1 EPT of 146 and Below Early Start English requirement will be satisfied Early Start English ESE 99 CAMPUS 1 EPT of 146 and Below Early Start English requirement will be satisfied Early Start Math ESM 40 ONLINE 1 ELM of 48 and Below Early Start Math requirement will be satisfied Students will NOT move up to the next level of remedial Math Early Start Math ESM 60 CAMPUS 3 ELM of 40 and Below Early Start Math requirement will be satisfied Students that successfully complete the course will move up and qualify to enroll in Math 70 for the Fall semester Early Start Math ESM 70 CAMPUS 3 ELM of 42 48 Early Start Math requirement will be satisfied Students that successfully complete the course will move up and

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/esp/Summer2016/esp_foursteps.html (2016-02-13)
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