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  • Strategic Plan: Vision 2017 | Office of the President | San Jose State University
    State envisions a bright future Vision 2017 was determined collaboratively using input from the university community We will achieve our strategic goals by aligning our resources and most notably through the hard work and dedication of our faculty staff students and community members The strategic framework PDF will guide San Jose State as we continue to pursue excellence See how the campus is working together toward Vision 2017 Guiding Principles A Strong and Unique Sense of Place SJSU has a strong and unique sense of place both physical and virtual with modern learning spaces gathering places and technology infrastructure We create a welcoming vibrant and safe environment that fosters a sense of belonging and Spartan pride Unbounded Learning SJSU is an innovative engaged learning community committed to preparing students with adaptive skills and knowledge for a global 21st century Our highly regarded faculty members facilitate unbounded learning by actively engaging with students to provide a wide range of access to and delivery of learning content through in and out of the classroom experiences Goals SPARTAN PRIDE Develop vibrant safe and welcoming communities that create a sense of belonging and instill Spartan pride UNBOUNDED LEARNING Enhance student success through continuous learning

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/president/strategicplanning/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Student Academic Success Services | San Jose State University
    career goals for life long learning and participation in the global workforce SASS Units Academic Advising Retention Services AARS AARS provides academic advising for General Education requirements probation students and undeclared students coordinates frosh and transfers strategic initiatives to improve retention and graduation high unit seniors assigned undeclared etc On line advising hub Educational Opportunity Program EOP The Educational Opportunity Program is designed to improve student academic support of low income first generation and educationally disadvantaged students EOP students can expect to receive comprehensive educational and academic support services Guardian Scholars our foster youth program is also part of EOP Peer Connections Peer Connections provides a variety of academic support through its mentoring tutoring and workshops Programs provided focus on holistic student development as well as content knowledge acquisition Peer Connections serves all undergraduate students with priority emphasis on transitional students Our peer educators can be found in two locations SSC 600 and the main lobby of Clark Hall Student Athlete Success Services Student Athlete Success Services provides academic planning and study skills education for every student athlete at San Jose State University This unit also promotes student athlete academic achievement and personal accountability Further they work to ensure that all student athletes graduate and maintain NCAA eligibility with regard to GPA hours passed percent degree and Academic Progress Rate APR TRIO ASPIRE Program This federally funded project provides traditionally underrepresented students with equal access to educational opportunities These include students who are low income or first generation college students or registered with a disability that hinders academic performance TRIO McNair Scholar Program This federally funded program encourages low income individuals who are first generation college students and or underrepresented in graduate education to pursue doctoral study Writing Center The Writing Center offers resources to help students become better writers

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/sass/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Office of Student Conduct & Ethical Development | San Jose State University
    sjsu edu Hours of Operation Mon Fri 8 30 a m 4 30 p m CLOSED 12 p m 1 p m Daily site index What is Spartan Squad Spartan Squad is the official student athletic booster program of San José State University supporting SJSU athletics Founded in the Fall of 2005 by Matthew Olivieri and Brad Villeggiante with support from Associated Students the Squad increases SJSU pride unity and spirit throughout the student body Spartans Transform Construction Site into a Work of Art An SJSU Art student painting a mural located by the Student Union in front of the Art Building Students have decided to paint the wall that was put up after construction started in order to celebrates the continuity of the past and present by showcasing artist self portraits of the past five hundred years MISSION STATEMENT Student Conduct and Ethical Development promotes fairness and consistency in the administration of the student conduct process while supporting a safe and inclusive living and learning environment Student Conduct and Ethical Development commits to the principles of empathy ethics equity integrity and respect Through effective prevention interactions outreach presentations and response student conduct process initiatives Student Conduct and Ethical Development

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/studentconduct/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Study Abroad | San Jose State University
    543 Tel 408 924 5931 Fax 408 924 5976 studyabroad sjsu edu Office Hours Monday Friday 8 am 5 pm Advising Hours by appointment Monday through Thursday 10 am 4 pm Mailing Address International Programs Services San José State University 1 Washington Square San José CA 95192 0221 U S A International Programs and Services International Student Advising International House site index Study Abroad Students consistently say that studying abroad changes their lives and is one of the most memorable parts of their college career Faculty Led Programs Take overseas courses taught by SJSU professors during the summer or winter sessions Other International Opportunities If you are looking for other international experiences don t forget about international internships volunteer programs teaching and research opportunities and professional development programs Study in the U S at SJSU Located in the center of Silicon Valley San Jose State University is a great place to study abroad if you are a student at one of our exchange partner universities Study Abroad SJSU offers a range of Study Abroad programs for a single semester or the academic year Programs are available at over 250 universities in 55 different countries You can find the program that

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/studyabroad/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Survey and Policy Research Institute | San Jose State University
    in the heart of silicon valley on the San José State University campus in the historic Central Classroom Building the Survey and Policy Research Institute SPRI provides quality independent research for silicon valley and beyond SPRI operates as a model for excellence in survey and policy research for the SJSU campus government non profit agencies and business clients The Institute provides expertise in quantitative and qualitative research and specializes in

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/spri/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Tax Institute | San Jose State University
    Agenda The SJSU MST Program manages and co sponsors four annual tax conferences Our hallmark High Tech Tax Institute started in 1988 is a 2 day conference held each November Speakers and attendees come from around the world Leading edge topics relevant to high tech companies and their tax professionals are addressed by nationally and internationally recognized practitioners and government representatives who have practical experience of implementation The learning and networking opportunities makes the annual TEI SJSU High Tech Tax Institute an invaluable educational tax experience for accountants attorneys and corporate representatives who serve high technology businesses In addition to the HTTI we offer the TEI SJSU High Tech Tax Institute Academy 1 Friday in late October the TEI SJSU Tax Policy Conference 1 Friday in May and the IRS SJSU Small Business Tax Institute 1 Wednesday in June Agendas for upcoming programs as well as materials from past programs are at this website Mark Your Calendars for Upcoming Events IRS SJSU Small Business Tax Institute Wednesday June 22 2016 TEI SJSU Tax Policy Conference Date TBA 32 nd Annual TEI SJSU High Tech Tax Institute November 7 8 2016 SJSU Links and Resources Information for Alumni Current Students Donors

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/taxinstitute/index.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Home | San Jose State University
    time 2 Year Program Qualified MSW students in the Full Time 2 year program will be awarded a stipend in the amount of 37 000 for up to two years following a special selection process Students must meet certain eligibility criteria and must go through an application and awards selection process in addition to the University s and the School s applications Recipients of the stipend must agree to work two years one for each year of stipend support in full time continuous employment in a public child welfare agency in California upon graduation from the MSW program 3 Year Program The 3 Year Child Welfare Training Program is limited to qualified MSW students currently employed full time in county public social services agencies or the California Department of Social Service Children Services Students must be enrolled in the 3 Year MSW program The 3 Year program reimburses students for the costs of paid tuition fees books and travel for all three years Recipients of the educational reimbursements must agree to return to their county and render two full years of continuous employment at a level appropriate to a new MSW or in any public CWS or CDSS agency in

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/title4e/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Tobacco Free SJSU | San Jose State University
    free policy Tobacco free campus policies protect the health and safety of SJSU s students faculty staff and visitors by eliminating secondhand smoke on campus Everyone will breathe easier and this will ensure equal access for individuals most vulnerable to the effects of secondhand smoke exposure such as those with asthma and allergies Additionally by adopting a 100 percent tobacco free policy SJSU will Promote clean air a healthy environment and healthy behavior choices Save money and staff time spent cleaning cigarette litter by eliminating butts and other tobacco waste on campus Prepare students for tobacco free work environments e g hospitals K 12 schools etc Prevent students from initiating smoking Encourage tobacco users to quit or decrease use Support those who have already quit using tobacco Smoke and Tobacco Free Trends Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable and premature death accounting for an estimated 443 000 American deaths in the United States each year or one out of every five deaths In order to counter the negative effects of tobacco on the college population the American College Health Association ACHA has recommended that all colleges and universities adopt a 100 percent tobacco free campus policy Read more about smoke and tobacco free trends In California 102 public colleges and universities have significantly stronger policies than California State Law no smoking within 20 feet of buildings The University of California system including 10 educational campuses and five medical hospitals has been 100 percent tobacco free since January 1 2014 including e cigarettes and other nicotine products not regulated by the Food and Drug Administration FDA College campuses as well as cities and counties across the state are updating the policy definitions of smoking to include the operation of electronic cigarette e cigarettes and smoke to include vapor emitted from

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/tobaccofree/index.html (2016-02-13)
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