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  • College of Health & Human Services - San Francisco State University
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    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~socwork/ (2016-02-13)
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  • COSE's Alumni Relations - San Francisco State University
    SF State Site Home Scholarships Student Project Showcase Newsletters College of Science Engineering 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 E mail science sfsu edu Phone 415 338 7662 Fax 415 338 0548 Welcome Applications for scholarships for Graduate Students for Academic Year 2015 2016 have a deadline of Wednesday April 15 2015 Click on Scholarship link to see more information The 17th Annual Student Project Showcase will be held

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~science/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Site Name « San Francisco State University
    sent to you in your admissions packet Watch for your Class Registration Mailer It will come to you 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 dept 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

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~advising/specialMajors.html (2016-02-13)
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  • SEO Homepage
    Science SEO Housing Information Engineering PhD Application Fee Waiver Information Geosciences Conferences Travel Posters Mathematics Tax Information Physics Romberg Tiburon Center For more information contact Student Enrichment Opportunities Office Department of Biology Science Bldg Rm 200 1600 Holloway Ave San

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~seo/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Concerns and Complaints
    inquiry complaint will help others best assist you Resist the temptation to go right to the top Many of us want a prompt and fair response to any complaint or concern that we present You may believe that immediately elevating your concern to the highest administrative level e g the President s Office or a Vice President s Office will result in a more favorable response in a quicker time period However in large complex organizations like a University elevating your complaint right to the top may actually delay the response time as your complaint or inquiry must be forwarded to the office that can best handle the issue and respond to the complexities and technicalities involved Utilize the chain of communication or chain of command to appeal an outcome It is usually most efficient to initiate your inquiry or complaint at the level of the organization that has the appropriate expertise to resolve your situation However you will occasionally find that a staff faculty member or office unit is not responsive is not being timely in their response or that you disagree with their handling of your situation In these situations you may escalate your inquiry up each step of the chain of communication while being careful to avoid skipping levels of communication When escalating your complaint you can feel free to ask for the name and contact info for the supervisor of the individual who is handling your complaint Whenever possible advocate on your own behalf Once you turn 18 years of age SF State treats you as an adult Asking parents family members or other individuals to escalate a concern or question on your behalf is usually not recommended Federal privacy laws known as FERPA make it virtually impossible for SF State faculty staff and administrators to share info about your educational record unless you are willing to issue a written release Also friends and family members may not have the ready answers to questions we may need to ask to gain a better understanding about your situation You don t have to do this alone The staff and faculty in Student Affairs Enrollment Management in particular those who work in the Dean of Students Office serve as points of contact for students experiencing difficulty and can help you navigate the University s policies procedures and protocols They can also help ensure that your voice and story are heard and given their due consideration Whenever you are in doubt about how to proceed with a question or concern don t hesitate to contact the Dean of Students Office at dos sfsu edu Keep in mind that not every complaint will be resolved in the student s favor Our commitment to every SF State student is to treat each of you with respect courtesy care compassion and a commitment to what is right and just However there are times when the resolution being requested is either not allowed by law or by policy or the exception being asked

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~vpsa/complaints/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Outreach Services | San Francisco State University | Home
    brochure Downloads Dr Gloria Hing Scholarship The Robert and Joyce Corrigan SF Promise Endowed Scholarship Fund Corinthian Colleges Closure Response Events for Fall 2016 Admitted Students Sneak Preview Open House Saturday April 9 Contact Us Quick Links Future Students Resources Select a Link Select a Resource Admissions Admission Status Check Application via CSUMentor Deadlines EOP Fees Former SFSU Students Forms Intent to Register International Students New Student Orientation Registration Testing Center Academics Academic Calendar Advising Class Schedule College Catalog Bulletin Colleges Departments Majors Minors Pre law Pre med Teaching Credentials Student Life Athletics SFSU Bookstore Child Care Clubs Organizations Disability Services Financial Aid Housing Jobs Internships Shuttle Buses Study Abroad Contact Office Hours Monday through Friday 8am 5pm Staff Hours By appointment E mail outreach sfsu edu Phone 415 338 2355 TTY 415 338 4321 Fax 415 338 0903 Address 1600 Holloway Avenue San Francisco CA 94132 Student Services Building Room 106 Last Update 1 08 2016 About Us Student Outreach Services SOS coordinates the overall University outreach program SOS staff provides preadmissions information regarding minimum eligibility requirements to the University academic majors and programs and other related matters e g campus tours housing student services special admisson programs general

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~outreach/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Campus Tours - Visit SF State - Future Students - San Francisco State University
    Firefox or Safari users visiting this page can increase or decrease the font size by holding the Ctrl key PC or the Command key Mac and pressing or Website Feedback Email prospect sfsu edu Last Update 09 10 2015 Visit SF State Campus Tours Visit the SF State Campus by taking advantage of one or more of our various tour options Virtual Campus Tour Student Guided Campus Tours Self Guided Map Campus Tour Tours for Students with Disabilities Virtual Campus Tour Virtual Tour Student Guided Campus Tours Our fun and informative walking tours are a great way for prospective students and their families to get to know our campus Lasting about an hour the tour takes visitors to major buildings and facilities on the University s park like campus located in the southwest corner of San Francisco near Lake Merced Tours are led by SF State Student Ambassadors who share their own experiences adjusting to university life and offer tips to help incoming students get the most out of their SF State education For more information on guided tours visit the Student Outreach website at www sfsu edu outreach visiting htm There you will find the current tour schedule which

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/future/visit/tours.html (2016-02-13)
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