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  • Home Page - The California Pre-Doctoral Program - San Francisco State University
    Pre Doctoral Workshop Links CSU Program Home Page California Forum on Diversity in Graduate Education Chancellor s Doctoral Incentive Program Division of Graduate Studies Fellowships Office Contact Us Two Pre Doctoral Scholars Win National Science Foundation Fellowships For Undergraduate and Graduate Students in the California State University System The California Pre Doctoral Program is designed to diversify the pool of university faculty by supporting the doctoral aspirations of students who

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/predoc/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Scholarships « San Francisco State University
    to a Scholarship Scholarship Agreement Agreement Form Staff Only Agreement Change Form Staff Only Contact Us Office Hours At One Stop Center Student Services Building Monday Friday 9 00 am 5 00 pm Phone Hours Monday Friday 9 00am 4 30pm Phone 415 338 7000 Scholarship Questions Call to make an appointment to see Mabel Chan Rose Carmona or Nancy Jodaitis TDD 415 338 4321 Fax 415 338 0949 Email faschol sfsu edu Mail San Francisco State University Office of Student Financial Aid 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 4011 Comments Last Update October 14 2015 Search For Scholarships You have 5 ways to search the scholarship database Search tips 1 Search by Words Search Financial Aid Scholarships 2 Search by Major Any Major Accounting American Indian Studies American Studies Anthropology Art Asian American Studies Astronomy Athletics Behavioral and Social Science Biochemistry Biology Biomedical Laboratory Science Black Studies Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts Business Business Analysis Business Information and Computing Systems Center for Humanistic Studies Center for Interdisciplinary Science Chemistry Child and Adolescent Development Chinese Cinema Classical Archeology Classics Communicative Disorders Computer Science Consumer and Family Studies Counseling Creative Arts Creative Writing Criminal Justice Critcal Social Thought Dance Design and Industry Dietetics and Food Management Economics Education Educational Administration Educational Technology Elementary Education Engineering English Environmental Studies Ethnic Studies Filipino Finance French Geography Geology German Gerontology Global Peace Studies Greek Health and Human Services Health Education Hebrew History Holistic Health Hospitality Management Human Sexuality Studies Humanities Instructional Technologies Inter Arts Center Interdisciplinary Studies in Education International Business International Relations Italian Japanese Jewish Studies Journalism Kinesiology Labor Studies LaRaza Studies Latin Library Education Management Marine Science Marketing Mathematical Literacy Mathematics Meteorology Modern Greek Studies Museum Studies Music NEXA Nursing Philosophy Physical Therapy Physics Political Science Psychology Public Administration Recreation Leisure

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~finaid/scholarships/scholarsearch.htm (2016-02-13)
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  • SF State Career Center
    Event Descriptions Code of Conduct GATORJOBS View Post Jobs GatorJOBS On Campus Interviews STUDENTS Career Counseling Majors Careers Find an Internship Find a Job General Information Resume Writing Networking Informational Interviewing Interview Preparation The Job Offer Salary Information Explore Graduate School Student Organizations Resources Resource Library General Career Links For Veterans For International Students By College Major By Industry Area Handouts Videos EMPLOYERS Services Posting Jobs Internships ALUMNI Services Service Packages FACULTY STAFF FAMILY MEMBERS HANDOUTS VIDEOS SF State 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 Mondays Tuesdays 10am 11am Wednesdays Thursdays 2pm 3pm E mail 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 September 25 2015 UNDER CONSTRUCTION The Career Services website is undergoing a major overhaul Please visit the SICC WEBSITE for updated information on services and events Thank you in advance for your patience Quick Links Students Search Job Listings Write a Resume Decide on a Major or Career Find a

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~career/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Contact information - Fellowships Office - San Francisco State University
    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 Fellowships Office Joy Viveros

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  • Fellowships Office Newsletter Signup - San Francisco State University
    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 Newsletter Signup Thank you for your interest in receiving periodic updates on fellowship opportunities some

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/newsletter_signup.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Welcome to Fellowships Office - San Francisco State University
    Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 Are You Currently a Good Fit for Fellowship Program Check the statements that apply to you I want to go on for a or the next graduate degree for example a PhD MFA MPH or into public service I have a GPA of 3 5 or above or close in at least the past several semesters I have a vision of how I want to contribute to the betterment of society or to expanding knowledge or creative expression in my field and I have been acting on that vision in my academic artistic and or career choices I have been actively involved in my community as a volunteer leader researcher or artist I know my faculty well and have strong relationships with them they have expressed an interest in recommending me for graduate school or other opportunities I am a hard worker and able to handle the additional load of significant writing and or research as part of applying for a fellowship I view receiving support to prepare a nationally competitive fellowship application as an opportunity to enhance

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/Are_you_a_strong_candidate.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Start Page of Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    415 338 2101 Fax call above for number Last Update 02 13 2012 Report Errors to josephb sfsu edu Undeclared Undecided Majors Overview of Services One of the areas the Undergraduate Advising Center UAC is responsible for is working with undeclared students Lower division Freshmen Sophomores In the Undergraduate Advising Center we focus on providing support to undeclared students early on in their academic career We encourage freshmen and sophomore students to spend their first two years at SF State exploring various majors by choosing General Education classes in multiple disciplines Upper division Juniors Seniors For junior and senior who are undeclared our focus is somewhat different Many of these students are on probation and have changed their major to undeclared after pursuing a particular major Some of these students must change to undeclared just until they can meet the prerequisite requirements for their new chosen major others are truly undecided and may need our assistance in exploring major options Probation Students Undeclared students on probation are required to meet with an academic counselor each semester Some of these students are undecided and need assistance in exploring majors where they may be more academically successful For more information on probation please click HERE Incoming Prospective Students The UAC assists incoming and prospective undeclared students by participating in Sneak Preview Orientation and Advising Day The UAC sponsors undeclared workshops to assist students in understanding what it means to be undeclared and to give students an overview of the services available at San Francisco State to help them with choosing a major Program Components Contacts Individual Appointments The main focus of the Undeclared Program is meeting individually with students Some of the topics covered in our appointments include exploring majors reviewing general education and graduation requirements providing and interpreting assessment tools e

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/services/undeclared.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Start Page of Undergraduate Advising Center - San Francisco State University
    after your admissions It will tell you when you can register for classes providing you have paid university fees STEP 2 After you apply to SFSU Learning about and declaring the Special Major Read the SFSU Bulletin to find about the Special Major program Read the Special Major Guidelines and the Process for Completing a Special Major information sheet This information is within the Special Major website you are now reading STEP 3 Orientation If this is your first semester at State attend a New Student Orientation meeting for guidance in selection of first semester courses You may if you wish begin to take classes in the proposed Special Major Be aware that until Step 4 and 5 are completed these classes do not automatically count in the Special Major STEP 4 During your first semester at SFSU After you are enrolled in classes make an appointment to see a Special Major Coordinating Advisor Visit ADM 211 or call 415 338 2103 during business hours Make an initial appointment of 1 hour Bring these materials with you to the appointment transcripts evaluation statement draft etc Begin your draft of the Special Major Statement explaining your theme and the learning involved It will take several drafts to get it into approval form Make revisions until your advisor gives you the Special Major contract and Proposed Special Major Form Your Special Major Coordinating Advisor will be the first signature on the form followed by Dept advisors and the Chair of each department in your major The final signature is the Dean of Undergraduate Studies Your Coordinating Advisor will collect this signature last When Step 4 is completed your Special Major Coordinating Advisor and the Undergraduate Dean will sign your Change of Major form STEP 5 Meet with Advisor and maintain GPA Meet periodically with your Coordinating Advisor You must maintain a GPA of 3 0 and above while a Special Major If you are having any difficulties seek advising STEP 6 Meet the semester before you plan to graduate Meet the semester before you plan to graduate with your advisor in the Advising Center Do a Graduation Review appointment Bring all advising materials with your to the appointment STEP 7 The semester of your final coursework is the semester you will file for graduation The semester of your final coursework is the semester you will file for graduation Take a completed graduation application to your Advisor in the Advising Center You have the first 3 weeks of each semester to file for graduation What should the Special Major Statement contain In order for your advisor to understand your proposed integrated major and review your proposed coursework a thematic statement must be drafted first Bring a draft to your first Special Major appointment if possible It is a helpful process for you and for your advisor if you have something drafted initially But Don t worry Your Special Major advisor will work with you to make your draft a solid submission The Thematic

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/services/specialMajors.html (2016-02-13)
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