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  • Resources for Incoming Students | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    family members All links below open in new windows Academic Advising Retention Services Looking for advising Have questions about general education Transferring in from another college If so AARS is the place to go to help you establish a course schedule and register for first semester of classes Accessible Education Center A comprehensive center providing both students and employees with accommodations and services The center works closely with faculty staff to deliver services and promote access for students with disabilities in the classroom and throughout the campus Admissions Go here for information about admissions requirements what to do once you have been admitted information about majors and questions about international student admissions Associated Students This is YOUR student government Check out their services and use your voice at SJSU Bursar s Office This is the place to pay your bills and get your Tower ID card Financial aid refunds and tuition and fee waivers are also managed by this office Campus Tours Explore the campus get to know your new community and learn about SJSU history Career Center Get career planning tips and learn how to develop your resume go on an interview and market yourself to potential employers The Career Center also posts job listings for students and hosts job career fairs throughout the academic year Counseling Services Treat yourself well The Counseling Services are here to help you identify and accomplish your goals enhance your personal development meet your life s challenges and improve your interpersonal relationships Division of Student Affairs With a mission to represent the students of San José State University and continually improve the quality of their educational opportunities experiences the Division of Student Affairs is composed of departments and programs that serve students promote student development and help SJSU students achieve their academic career and life goals Educational Opportunity Program EOP provides admission academic and financial support and assistance to low income and educationally disadvantaged undergraduate students Explore their programs and services and discover if EOP can help you succeed in college Financial Aid Scholarship Office Do you have any questions about your financial aid package filling out the FAFSA or how to find scholarships This is the place to go International House Interested in learning about different cultures Consider living in the International House a co ed residence for 70 US and International students attending San José State University The I House is located within a 5 minute walk of campus and is a large comfortable home with friendly interaction among students of many cultures Military and Veteran Student Services Are you a veteran active serviceperson or are otherwise eligible for service related federal and state educational benefits This office can help you with VA enrollment certification CalVet waivers and a variety of other programs and initiatives for veterans and dependents Next Steps Go here to enroll at SJSU sign up for testing and register and pay for Frosh Orientation Peer Connections Peer Connections is the new campus wide resource for mentoring and

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/orientation/resources/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Disability Accomodations & Services | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Frequently Asked Questions Incoming Students Handouts Incoming Students Resources Parents Family Info Parents Family Handouts Disability Accommodations Orientation Leaders Fall Welcome Days Meet the Team Staff Accommodations for Students Students attending an Orientation Session who need sign language interpreters or other accommodations should contact the Accessible Education Center AEC at 408 924 6000 as soon as possible or at least two weeks prior to attending your Orientation Session Please note that this event is wheelchair accessible however wheelchairs are not provided by San José State University Academic Advising Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the Accessible Education Center AEC formerly the Disability Resource Center at 408 924 6000 Voice or 408 924 5990 TTY to schedule an academic advising appointment AEC s academic advising program reflects the University s advising practices however AEC s Academic Advising Coordinator also considers disability related factors when making course scheduling and selection recommendations It is preferable to meet with the AEC s Academic Advisor prior to attending your specific Orientation Session For more information about the AEC or to learn about AEC s student registration process visit the Accessibility Education Center Placement Exam Accommodations Frequently Asked Questions Q I need to take the EPT and ELM with accommodations due to my disability How do I request test accommodations When do I need to request accommodations A Students who require accommodations for the EPT and or ELM examinations must submit the appropriate documentation to the Accessible Education Center AEC and schedule to meet with a AEC counselor to determine eligibility and prescribe test accommodations at least one month prior to the EPT and ELM test date EPT and ELM registration deadlines are available at http testing sjsu edu Contact the AEC at 408 924 6000 to schedule an appointment When calling make sure to

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/orientation/accomodations/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Explore the History of Fraternity and Sorority Life | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    of Excellence Student Organizations and Engagement Administration Group Judicial History Meet the Team Staff Recognition Organizations Existing Organization Recognition New Organization Recognition SpartaNet Recognition System Student Org Directory Online Student Org Directory PDF Programs Resources Advisor Resources Celebrations Awards Signature Programs Services Student Organizations Toolkit SJSU Spartan Pride Finals Week Resources Student Success Academic Support Advising and Graduation Career Support Educational Opportunities Workshops Health and Wellness Leadership and Service SJSU Support Spartan Success Portal Online Workshops Leadership Development Administration Leadership Consultations Leadership Resource Library Meet the Team Staff Programs Services Engage Leadership Dialogues Leadership Today Spartan Success Portal UNVS 09E Leadership Change Associated Students Inc Associated Students A S SJSU Officer Advising Assignments Students Election Commission Frosh Orientation and Transition Administration Frosh Orientation Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Explore the History of Fraternity and Sorority Life Explore the History of Fraternity and Sorority Life MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life SJSU Fraternity Sorority Life Timeline History of US Fraternities Sororities Greek Life Task Force History of Fraternity and Sorority Life Fraternity and Sorority Governing Councils Chapters and Affiliates Join One of Our Chapters Fraternity and Sorority Chapter Expansion How Can Parents or Family Members Support Interested Students What Should Fraternity and Sorority Alumni Know About Our Community Fraternity Sorority Life Signature Programs Student Organization Conduct Fraternity Sorority Community Toolkit Standards of Excellence Meet the Team Staff Our Community s History General History of Fraternities and Sororities in the United States Brief Timeline of Fraternity and Sorority

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/history/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Learn More About SJSU’s Fraternity and Sorority Community | Student Involvement | San Jose State University
    Leader OL Recruitment Meet the Frosh Orientation Staff Parents Families Information for Parents Family Frosh Orientation Handouts for Parents Families Program Information Fall Welcome Days Frosh Orientation FAQ Incoming Students Handouts for Incoming Students Resources for Incoming Students Disability Accommodations SJSU Home Student Involvement SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community Learn More About SJSU s Fraternity and Sorority Community MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Facebook Twitter Navigate BACK to SJSU Fraternity and Sorority Life Interfraternity Council National Pan Hellenic Council Panhellenic Council United Sorority and Fraternity Council Affiliate Groups Fraternities Men s Groups Sororities Women s Groups History of Fraternity and Sorority Life Fraternity and Sorority Governing Councils Chapters and Affiliates Join One of Our Chapters Fraternity and Sorority Chapter Expansion How Can Parents or Family Members Support Interested Students What Should Fraternity and Sorority Alumni Know About Our Community Fraternity Sorority Life Signature Programs Student Organization Conduct Fraternity Sorority Community Toolkit Standards of Excellence Meet the Team Staff Chapters by Governing Council Interfraternity Council IFC National Pan Hellenic Council NPHC Panhellenic Council PHC United Sorority and Fraternity Council USFC Chapters by Gender Fraternities Men s Groups Sororities Women s Groups Affiliates Affiliated Organizations Introduction There are many different types of fraternal experiences to choose from all with something valuable and unique to offer SJSU s fraternity and sorority community is made up of approximately 40 fraternities and sororities each affiliated with one of four governing councils These councils coordinate events and activities within their respective communities The 4 Governing Councils Interfraternity Council IFC Governs our national general interest fraternities which are members of the North American Interfraternity Council All of the IFC fraternities maintain chapter homes in the surrounding community There may be opportunities to live in the chapter house

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/getinvolved/frso/groups/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Transfer Orientation | Academic Advising and Retention Services | San Jose State University
    provide you with critical academic planning information SJSU faculty and staff will Discuss and explain key university services Review what s next before you start classes in the spring Provide a General Education advising workshop Explain SJSU Studies requirements formerly Advanced GE and preparation for the Writing Skills Test WST Introduce you to your college and major department where you will meet with major advisors Reservations Reservations and payments are done through http nextsteps sjsu edu In order to reserve your spot you must RSVP and pay the mandatory 70 non refundable fee by May 1 2016 Please print and keep a copy of your registration and or payment confirmation page for your records You are required to attend the entire program If you do not attend or if you leave during any portion of the event you will be blocked from registering for classes All students including those who have attended SJSU in the past must attend the program Students who arrive late will not be allowed to attend the program Guests are not permitted to attend Transfer Orientation Due to space and capacity issues switching dates cannot be accommodated Please select your session carefully A PDF confirmation letter with program information will be messaged to you via http my sjsu edu approximately one week prior to your program date Orientation Date April 29 2016 May 13 2016 June 3 2016 June 10 2016 Aug 19 2016 international special circumstances only Dates are first come first served Sessions will fill fast If a session does not show on NextSteps it has filled and is no longer available What to Bring to Orientation Bring a picture ID and orientation confirmation for check in and paper and a writing utensil for note taking Also you may bring any of the following

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/aars/transfer_orientation/ (2016-02-13)
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  • First Year Experience | Undergraduate Studies | San Jose State University
    and continuing course designation Proposals for FYE course designation are reviewed by the Undergraduate Studies Committee If that committee does NOT recommend approval the department school can request review by the Curriculum and Research Committee The full policy and guidelines can be found at www sjsu edu senate S09 4 html To request designation for a first year experience course please include the following materials For new courses A new permanent course proposal form For existing courses being modified to meet FYE guidelines A minor course change form For all courses A course greensheet syllabus The greensheet should incorporate information about how the course will address the FYE student learning outcomes as well as other course student learning outcomes and must be accessible For all courses An attachment which explains A How students will meet each of the following student learning outcomes through course activities experiences and how those outcomes will be assessed Students will be able to discuss the value of higher education to individuals and society Students will be able to locate academic and co curricular experiences and resources at SJSU that will help them achieve their educational goals Students will be able identify the skills and attitudes that contribute to academic success as a university level scholar and assess their own strengths and limitations in those areas Students will be able to demonstrate an ability to participate actively and respectfully in class discussions and dialogues recognizing how their own and others identities influence their interactions and how to bridge differences B How the course will meet each of the following course criteria Courses offered for first time freshmen should begin no later than the first semester Students should meet with a faculty member in groups no larger than 20 for at least 15 contact hours This would

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/ugs/faculty/curriculum/guide/FYE/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Pre-College Programs | San Jose State University
    fostering student success and accessibility into higher education Since 1976 we have provided comprehensive services to help participants develop the skills and motivation necessary to complete high school enroll in post secondary education and graduate from the college or university of their choice SJSU has had TRiO programs including Upward Bound and Educational Talent Search Our current program is SJSU UP SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/pcp/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Academic Technology FAQs | Academic Technology | San Jose State University
    Academic Technology Academic Success Center eCampus ITSS Desktop AT Computer Center Media Production Academic Technology Support Classroom Projects How do faculty get support from Academic Technology for 1 Technology in the classroom such as projectors connections and sound Academic Technology Support Call 408 924 2867 2 Borrowing equipment and media for the classroom such as DVD players projectors TVs Academic Technology Support Call 408 924 2888 or visit IRC first floor 3 Help with Canvas Learning Management System Login and Resources iSupport help tickets Workshops 4 Help w ith finding a list of online courses Online Courses 5 Help w ith other software for teaching and learning Turnitin Criterion Respondus Adobe eCampus 6 Help w ith video conferencing live connection via telepresence Academic Technology Network 7 Help w ith web conferencing live connection via a webcam and a URL with software like Collaborate that is in Canvas and WebEx a standalone meeting system a Collaborate b WebEx 8 Professional photography Media Production Photography 9 Professional video creation Media Production Video 10 Quick self created videos for teaching eCampus Studio 11 Office computer repairs IT Support Services 12 Converting an old VHS or DVD to digitized content and uploaded in Canvas

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/at/services/ (2016-02-13)
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