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  • Returned Checks | Bursar's Office | San Jose State University
    Returned Checks MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Navigate BACK to Payment Refunds There is no side nav here because there are no web pages under here Methods of Payment Installment Payment Plan Refunds Pro Rata Charges Financial Aid Disbursement Returned Checks If your personal check or eCheck is returned to SJSU for any reason including keying errors for eChecks your registration is subject to cancellation A 25 00

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/bursar/payment_refunds/returned_checks/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Tuition & Other Fees | Bursar's Office | San Jose State University
    Deferrals Payment Due Dates Students are responsible for checking their accounts online in MySJSU for fees charged and payment due dates The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate Therefore CSU must reserve the right even after initial fee payments are made to increase or modify any listed fees without notice until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by The Board of Trustees Students should never pay Faculty members directly for any services or goods Regular Courses Fees are calculated based on enrollment units and residency To view fee information see Fall Spring or Summer at right as appropriate Non California Resident Fees Non resident students pay basic registration fees plus 372 per unit For information on residency rules and regulations visit Office of the Registrar Residency Graduate Professional Program Fees For students in the on campus MBA program and the MS in Accountancy program the program related class fees are 254 per unit in addition

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/bursar/fees_due_dates/tuition_fees/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Fee Deferrals | Bursar's Office | San Jose State University
    because there are no web pages under here Tuition Other Fees Fee Deferrals Payment Due Dates What is a Registration Fee Deferral Registration Fee Deferrals are placed by the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office on eligible student s accounts A Registration Fee Deferral protects your enrolled classes from enrollment cancellation and defers the required payment of registration fees while the financial aid process is completed How long does the Registration Fee Deferral last Registration Fee Deferrals are temporary and are placed on a student s account once all requested financial aid documents are submitted to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office To prevent enrollment cancellation it is the student s responsibility to submit all requested financial aid documents to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office prior to the payment due date Once a Registration Fee Deferral expires registration fees must be paid by the payment due date regardless of your financial aid status How do I know if I have a Registration Fee Deferral on my account You may view your Registration Fee Deferrals on your MySJSU account on the right hand side of your student center page under Other Indicators Select Details to view the semester that corresponds to

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/bursar/fees_due_dates/deferrals/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Why Do Students Leave? | Office of the Provost | San Jose State University
    involved in a student s decision to take a leave of absence from SJSU with an intention of returning stopout or leave without an intention of returning dropout The research team included Dr Lisa Oliver a faculty in residence for Student Academic Success Services SASS Dr Marcos Pizarro a faculty in residence with the Chican Latin Student Success Task Force Dr Michael Cheers a faculty in residence with the African American Student Success Task Force and Dr Rona Tamiko Halualani a professor of communications studies The study was funded by a Fostering the Strategic Use of Data to Improve Student Success grant from the Chancellor s Office Records analysis The study looked at demographic data of all first time freshmen who began their studies at SJSU in fall 2012 fall 2013 and fall 2014 Of the students who enrolled in the fall for those three years 14 percent were stopouts or dropouts by spring or summer 2015 The students who left campus included those in good standing 47 percent on probation 21 percent on continuing probation 3 8 percent or who were disqualified 27 percent Surveys To understand the reasons students left SJSU researchers called 1 157 of the 1 279 first time freshmen who entered SJSU in fall 2012 2014 and 2014 and were not enrolled in spring or summer 2015 Online surveys were sent to 908 individuals 863 initially plus an additional 45 students that requested to take the survey online A total of 242 students completed a phone or online survey in June or July 2015 The 214 students who completed telephone surveys and the 28 students who completed online surveys answered questions about living arrangements while attending SJSU majors or disciplines work status while attending SJSU financial support and average work hours satisfaction with their experience at SJSU campus climate extracurricular activities experiences since leaving SJSU i e taking classes at another institution or working and whether they plan to return to SJSU The top reasons stop out students listed for leaving SJSU included difficulty enrolling in classes financial issues impaction prevented them from enrolling in their programs of choice or personal problems The top reasons drop out students listed for leaving included difficulty enrolling in classes SJSU was not what they expected family or personal problems and not feeling connected to campus The students who responded to the surveys included Hispanic 31 percent Black 29 6 percent Asian 14 6 percent American Indians 12 5 percent White 8 3 percent and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islanders 4 8 percent Focus groups When completing the phone and online surveys students were asked if they would be willing to participate in a follow up focus group We created six online focus groups that involved 40 students total We discovered that while some students had reported financial issues or similar personal problems as their reasons for leaving SJSU in the original surveys their individual situations were quite complex Many of the students described reaching out for support from

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/provost/academic_plan/student-success/student-departure/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Diversity Spring Open Forum | Academic Technology | San Jose State University
    Playback Request Our Staff Workshops Events SJSU Home Academic Technology Academic Technology Network What is Webcasting Streaming Events Diversity Spring Open Forum Diversity Spring Open Forum MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Events Tuesday April 28th 2015 12 00pm 2 00pm SJSU Student Union Theater SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors Faculty Staff Future Students Researchers Colleges Applied Sciences Arts Business Education Engineering

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/at/atn/webcasting/events/diversity-spring-forum/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • About Us | Sustainability @ SJSU | San Jose State University
    MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Sustainability at SJSU Vision Goals History of Sustainability Sustainability Board Members Contact Us About Us Academics Research Sustainable Campus What You Can Do News Events Campus as a Living Lab Project About Us Sustainability at San Jose State University is an ongoing collaborative effort that involves students faculty staff and administrators working together across the entire campus Vision Goals History Sustainability

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/sustainability/about/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Vision & Goals | Sustainability @ SJSU | San Jose State University
    is central to the university s goals of integrative learning inclusive excellence and community connections Integrative Learning Sustainability is an interdisciplinary issue that requires knowledge from all majors and colleges to teach students about ecological economic and social justice aspects of environmental change Integrated curricula on sustainability requires students to apply knowledge across disciplines to real world problems and connect coursework with co curricular experiences Inclusive Excellence Sustainability literacy is an essential part of preparing educated citizens who will be better able to deal with the complex problems such as global climate change and species extinction that face us today Sustainability literacy is a crucial to ensuring our graduates are prepared for the Green Economy Sustainability is the nexus of environmental responsibility economic viability and social justice Community Connections Sustainability is part of our commitment to sustainable communities through curricular and co curricular actives in support of environmental health in surrounding communities of surrounding communities SJSU s sustainability efforts assist in meeting regional needs for green workforce development and strengthening community partnerships with government agencies local businesses and the non profit sector Sustainability Goals For SJSU to be recognized as a regional leader in sustainability expertise sustainability must be explicitly incorporated into university goals and initiatives such as Globalization STEM education and Innovation Four specific goals are essential to improving SJSU s overall sustainability Sustainability Literacy Ensure our graduates are sustainability literate and have the capacity to engage in actions that enhance sustainability at local and global levels Green Careers Prepare interested students for fulfilling careers in the regional and national green economy Facilities Development Operations Minimize our eco footprint and use of non renewable resources Employee Stewardship Commit to care and practice of university s sustainability principles and empower our campus community to lead as a responsible steward in

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/sustainability/about/visiongoals/ (2016-02-13)
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  • History of Sustainability at SJSU | Sustainability @ SJSU | San Jose State University
    the state of sustainability at SJSU and make recommendations for moving the campus forward The Task Force Report recommended instituting a campus Sustainability Director and creating a standing committee to help the campus become more sustainable The Sustainability Board a committee of the Academic Senate was formed as a result The Talloires Declaration In 2009 the University became a signatory to the Talloires Declaration an international commitment to sustainability in higher education that was signed by over 360 universities in more than 40 countries Key principles from the Declaration that have become part of our sustainability dialogue include practicing institutional ecology increasing awareness of environmentally sustainable development creating an institutional culture of sustainability and educating for environmentally responsible citizenship Ecological Footprint Challenge From 2009 2011 the Sustainability Initiative created by SJSU President Jon Whitmore launched a number of campus wide projects The focal effort in 2009 was the Ecological Footprint Challenge an online quiz for students faculty and staff that calculates how many acres of usable land are required to support one s lifestyle Participants taking the quiz were challenged to join the SJSU President Jon Whitmore in reducing their footprint 10 over the course of the academic year You can read some stories from challenge participants at Spartan Sustainability Stories Green Wave Another hallmark program of the Sustainability Initiative was the Green Wave Over 70 undergraduate and graduate students were trained to conduct office and residential energy efficiency audits for students faculty and staff living in the City of San Jose At the end of the 2010 2011 academic year the Green Wave completed 220 audits with the direct result of 37 000 in electricity savings and associated greenhouse gas emission reductions annually This program will continue on a much smaller scale in Spring 2012 run by the Department of Environmental Studies Strategic Plan In Fall 2011 SJSU completed a 24 month process aimed at developing a strategic plan to strengthen enhance and coordinate overall sustainability at the University Contributing to this effort have been over twenty activities and documents ranging from an Associated Students Resolution 08 09 02 supporting campus wide sustainability efforts to the CSU Executive Order 987 Policy Statement on Energy Conservation Sustainable Building Practices and Physical Plant Management A Director of Sustainability position reporting to the University President was created in 2009 to organize sustainability efforts at the University level This position was a temporary position and ended in Summer 2011 Sustainability Curriculum For over 40 years the Department of Environmental Studies has offered degrees and minors in sustainability But sustainable curriculum occurs across campus At least 328 courses relating to or focused on sustainability are offered in 40 departments 64 of all departments Over 20 Environmental Studies courses are cross listed with other departments such as Communications Studies and Urban and Regional Planning And departments such as General Engineering and Meteorology and Climate Change offer interdisciplinary minors in sustainability fields Student Action Students founded the Environmental Resource Center almost 40 years ago which promotes

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