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  • Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project - Turtle Mountain Community College
    coordinates with coalitions media at local events The Tribal Prevention Coordinator can help promote and establish drug and alcohol policies laws and can assist your community in identifying effective prevention strategies that will work for you Please note that Prevention Coordinators are not licensed addiction counselors and cannot provide evaluations or direct care to youth adults or families but can do intake referrals Call Dave Garcia or send and email to dgarcia tm edu Phone 701 477 7917 or 701 477 7862 ext 3803 Fax 701 477 7870 Dave is located at TMCC South Campus in former Education Building Tribal Prevention Coordinators The overall role of the North Dakota Substance Abuse Tribal Prevention Coordinators is to help tribal communities enhance their capacity to address issues related to alcohol tobacco and other drugs We provide culturally appropriate technical assistance and resources to Schools Universities Colleges Law Enforcement Juvenile Justice Probation Parole Tribal Health Programs Community groups Workplaces Persons or Groups Interested in Prevention Tribal Prevention Coordinators also serve as a liaison for the North Dakota Department of Human Services Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services providing updated and pertinent prevention information What We Offer Brochures Posters Provide resources for youth families workplaces and community educational programs Collaboration with drug and alcohol free activities Assist in multi agency planning efforts Help promote and establish drug and alcohol law and order codes Infuse substance abuse prevention messages into your daily work with youth Seven Scared Teachings themed worksheets classroom group activities Medicine Wheel themed workshets classroom group room activities Youth Activities for the Classroom and Beyond for additional prevention themed classroom group ideas and activities For more information on substance abuse prevention in the schools visit our Education page The RSAP Project goals and objectives are to Work toward building and maintaining a comprehensive umbrella coalition encompassing all individual agency and community stakeholders Objectives Attend monthly meetings and maintain membership and involvement in related Substance Abuse Prevention SAP groups coalitions and committees Give input and technical assistance to SAP related community coalitions committees and groups on an on going basis Take an active part in respective activities and events of SAP related groups committees and coalitions including special events and sponsored trainings workshops and conferences Objectives Assess compile research and survey community SAP and Alcohol and Other Drugs AOD needs and issues on a continual basis Develop SAP strategies and activities based on the compiled data and statistics from the community wide assessment on an as needed on going basis Evaluate the implementation of SAP strategies and activities on a continual basis where applicable 3 To strengthen community SAP protective factors by implementing Federal and other traditional and non traditional and cultural based SAP programming strategies and activities Objectives Implement 6 Federal SAP strategies on a continual basis as per the Goals given here and the TMCC State of North Dakota Regional Substance Abuse Prevention contract and other applicable Federal State and Tribal rules and regulations Information Dissemination Education Alternatives Problem

    Original URL path: http://www.tm.edu/departments/regional_substance_abuse_prevention_project/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Registrar - Turtle Mountain Community College
    semester will be classified as a registration adjustment and will be processed by Student Services The registration adjustment can include course additions withdrawals and section changes Courses dropped within this period will not appear on the student s record Note Students who register for classes and do not attend any of the classes within the first week of the semester will be administratively withdrawn from all the courses for that semester ADD DROP AND TOTAL WITHDRAWAL Adding dropping of classes can be done in according to the dates shown in the calendar at the beginning of the catalog The procedures are as follows Pick up the Add Drop card from Student Services Fill in the class s added dropped on the back of the card Fill in revised class schedule on front of card Obtain required signatures Return all books for dropped classes to the Book Store Return completed card to the registrar The card will be checked for accuracy and processed TRANSFER CREDIT POLICY Students who have attended college elsewhere must notify Turtle Mountain Community College of all previous enrollments Students are required to have all official transcripts sent as part of their admissions requirements Any coursework transferring must meet the same criteria as the courses listed in the TMCC Catalog Transfer courses with a grade of C or better will be accepted if they apply to the student s degree program Students must contact the Registrar who may consult with the department chair for specific information about what credits may be transferred and how these credits fulfill any degree requirements Any coursework transferring must meet the same criteria as the courses listed in the TMCC Catalog College Level Examination Program CLEP TMCC does not give the CLEP test but a student may transfer CLEP credits into the institution See the Admissions Records Technician for CLEP information In order for a transfer student to receive an associate degree certificate from the TMCC the institution requires that 30 of the last 60 credits that it awards for a bachelor s degree 15 of the last 30 for an associate s degree and a minimum of 15 semester hours for a certificate program must be delivered by the institution PROGRAM OF STUDY CHANGE If a student decides that they would like to be admitted to a different program of study before the first day of classes they may contact the Admission Officer The decision to make the change will be based on availability of courses and the students academic ability After classes begin the student must complete at least one semester of courses coursework before he she can attempt to switch programs unless it is before the last day to change program of study as stated in the academic calendar located at the front of the catalog If the program of study change is approved by the Admissions Officer the request will be forwarded to Registrar for processing and the student will be mailed a new admittance letter stating the change

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  • Credits, Grades & Honor Points - Turtle Mountain Community College
    equivalent to one 1 CEU credit Incomplete Grade Policy The mark I is assigned to a student who has been in attendance and has done satisfactory work within three weeks of the close of the semester and whose work is incomplete for reasons acceptable to the instructor It is the student s responsibility to initiate the incomplete The student must get an incomplete card from Student Services and then negotiate the incomplete with the instructor If the instructor allows the student to receive an incomplete the instructor then returns the card to the Registrar when final grades are submitted Under extenuating circumstance such as those stated an instructor may submit an incomplete card for the student The following circumstances are considered extenuating Student is hospitalized or under doctors orders to stay home and is unable to get to the college to fill out the form The student is incarcerated There is a death in the immediate family defined in the TMCC personal policy manual When the instructor submits the I grade he she also submits a letter grade which reflects the student s progress to that point In the next semester of residence and before one calendar year the student must fulfill the course requirements This must be done by the end of the sixth week in order to receive a grade other than the one that was submitted with the I The six week stipulation does not apply to the Summer Session At the end of one calendar year and if the student has not re enrolled the I will automatically be changed to the letter grade submitted by the instructor Students are not notified when incomplete grades are changed Course Repetition Students may repeat Turtle Mountain Community College courses taken in residence in which they have a grade of D or F Repeated courses must be taken in residence and can only repeat Turtle Mountain Community College courses If a student receives a failing grade in any course the course should be repeated the next time the course is offered Courses that were taken in the quarter system cannot be repeated in the semester system A course once recorded cannot be removed from the record When a course is repeated only the last grade earned and credit earned will be used in computing the cumulative grade point average A repeated course will be indicated on the transcript with asterisk or R next to it Students will not be allowed to repeat courses that they received a grade of B or better A student may be allowed to repeat a course that received a C but only by written approval of the registrar Courses where the student received a C or better will not be covered under federal financial aid for that term Deficiencies Unsatisfactory Progress Report The instructor makes deficiencies or reports of unsatisfactory progress of a student at intervals throughout the semester The retention technician sends the student the deficiency Copies of the reports may be sent to Student Support Services advisors or funding agencies who may call the deficient student for a conference It is the student s responsibility to keep informed of his her own performance in a course If a student receives a deficiency notice the student is required to contact the instructor who sent the notice Grade Reports Grade reports are mailed to the student at the end of each semester by the office of the Registrar Grade reports may be withheld from a student who has not satisfied all entrance requirements Grade reports will be held if the student has not returned all library materials has not returned all textbooks by the end of the semester or has financial obligations at the institution Grade Change A grade change may be made up to three weeks into the following semester of receiving the grade regardless of enrollment status A grade change may be made for the following reasons There has been a calculation error in computing the grade The wrong grade was posted to the grade roll To re evaluate a previous grade with no additional work submitted A grade change should not be made if a student completes any additional work beyond the end of the semester or term Students who do work beyond the end of the semester or term should request to have an Incomplete A previous grade cannot be changed to a W official withdrawal If the student had extenuating circumstances the student should file a petition for withdrawal with the Academic Affairs Committee To initiate the grade change process the student needs to contact the instructor of the course The grade change cards are located in the Registrar s office and may only be given to faculty and processed by faculty The card is then properly filled out and returned to the Registrar for approval and processed Processing time usually takes 3 5 days Student Academic Review Process The Academic Affairs Committee has been established for students who encounter situations involving extenuating circumstances or emergencies potentially affecting their educational records that fall outside the realm of normal TMCC policy and procedure Students may petition to be withdrawn from a class after the drop deadline for non academic emergencies such as a serious injury or illness death in the family and under some circumstances employment The general principle of a late withdrawal is a non academic circumstance that is outside of the student s control when that emergency has caused the student to miss more class time and work than the student can make up Students are encouraged to initiate this process within one year of the semester or term in question It is the student s responsibility to obtain the necessary supporting information from the instructor physician employer etc to accompany the request The decision made by the Academic Affairs Committee will be based on the extenuating circumstances that are involved in the petition Consequences the student may face either real or perceived are not usually reasons for

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  • Graduation Requirements - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Graduation Requirements Home Departments Registrar Graduation Requirements Elementary Education majors must meet the requirements of the Elementary Education Department A candidate for the Associate of Science degree the Associate of Arts degree the Associate of Applied Science degree or the certificate programs must meet the following criteria Earn a minimum grade point average of 2 0 Satisfy all entrance requirements Satisfy all requirements of the suggested catalog curriculum Specific curricular requirements may be modified by the student s advisor Fill out the graduation application for the degree or certificate at the registrar s office Fulfill all financial and academic obligations prior to the date of graduation Fulfill the residency requirements for the Institution with a minimum of 25 semester hours for an Bachelor s degree Associate of Arts Associate of Science or Associate of Applied Science or a minimum of 30 of course work in residence for a certificate and 30 of course work for bachelors degree Graduation Application Assessment of Student Learning All new returning and graduating students are required to participate in TMCC s assessment program The assessment program consists of several pre and post tests general departmental evaluations satisfaction surveys and college and community initiatives Some programs require an electronic portfolio as a graduation requirement A student should consult their academic advisor on program assessment requirements for graduation Commencement Commencement takes place at the close of each academic year A candidate for a degree should be present at commencement in cap and gown Commencement Honors Commencement honor s GPA is calculated using the previous semester s cumulative GPA A candidate for the Associate Degree who achieves a scholastic average of 3 5 and above will graduate cum laude a candidate with a grade point average of 3 75 and above will graduate magna cum laude the candidate with the highest cumulative grade point average over 3 75 will graduate summa cum laude For more information please see the TMCC catalog or visit the Student Services office Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index

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  • How to Register Online - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Education Cooperative Education Customized Training GED Alumni Association Update Your Contact Information Anishinabe Learning Cultural and Wellness Center Activities Gardening History Plans Development Arrowhead Printing Bookstore Building Grounds Campus Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center How to Register Online Home Departments Registrar How to Register Online How do I register for courses online Start by going to the Turtle Mountain Community College Website at www tm edu and select Jenzabar on the left hand side Page1 When the Jenzabar page open enter your username and password in the upper left hand corner of the screen If you need assistance with your username and password please contact the IT Department Page2 After you login click on the Online Registration tab on the top of the screen Page3 To register for courses select the option add drop courses under Course Schedules Page4 You can add courses two different ways the first way is to add by course code The course codes can be found on our website www tm edu You can also add courses by using the course search tab as you can see below Make sure that the term that shows is the correct term you are trying to add courses to Page5 After you add courses they will show up in Your Schedule Registered section of the page Note your advisor has to go into Jenzabar and approve your class schedule before you are actually registered for any classes You can see where you can find course codes in the picture below Page6 Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion Four Evaluation and Improvement Chapter 7 Criterion Five Resource Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Meeting Minutes Promising Practices Resources Campuses South

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  • Registration Policies - Turtle Mountain Community College
    student s record Note Students who register for classes and do not attend any of the classes within the first week of the semester will be administratively withdrawn from all the courses for that semester Add Drop and Total Withdrawal Adding dropping of classes can be done in according to the dates shown in the calendar at the beginning of the catalog The procedures are as follows Pick up the Add Drop card from Student Services Fill in the class s added dropped on the back of the card Fill in revised class schedule on front of card Obtain required signatures Return all books for dropped classes to the Book Store Return completed card to the registrar The card will be checked for accuracy and processed Transfer Credit Policy Students who have attended college elsewhere must notify Turtle Mountain Community College of all previous enrollments Students are required to have all official transcripts sent as part of their admissions requirements Any coursework transferring must meet the same criteria as the courses listed in the TMCC Catalog Transfer courses with a grade of C or better will be accepted if they apply to the student s degree program Students must contact the Registrar who may consult with the department chair for specific information about what credits may be transferred and how these credits fulfill any degree requirements Any coursework transferring must meet the same criteria as the courses listed in the TMCC Catalog College Level Examination Program CLEP TMCC does not give the CLEP test but a student may transfer CLEP credits into the institution See the Admissions Records Technician for CLEP information In order for a transfer student to receive an associate degree certificate from the TMCC the institution requires that 30 of the last 60 credits that it awards for a bachelor s degree 15 of the last 30 for an associate s degree and a minimum of 15 semester hours for a certificate program must be delivered by the institution Program of Study Change If a student decides that they would like to be admitted to a different program of study before the first day of classes they may contact the Admission Officer The decision to make the change will be based on availability of courses and the students academic ability After classes begin the student must complete at least one semester of courses coursework before he she can attempt to switch programs unless it is before the last day to change program of study as stated in the academic calendar located at the front of the catalog If the program of study change is approved by the Admissions Officer the request will be forwarded to Registrar for processing and the student will be mailed a new admittance letter stating the change A change is not final until the above procedure is complete Withdrawal from School Students who withdraw from all courses taken in a semester will be required to meet with the retention officer before they can

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  • Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Home Departments Registrar Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Satisfactory Academic Standing A student who maintains at the standards of satisfactory academic progress at the conclusion of any academic term 2 00 GPA is considered to be making satisfactory academic progress at TMCC Less Than Satisfactory Academic Standing A student who fails to maintain the standards of satisfactory academic progress 2 00 GPA at the conclusion of any academic term is considered to be failing to maintain satisfactory progress and will be placed on academic probation TMCC has established the following probation continued probation and suspension procedures Academic Probation After grades are reported at the end of any academic term a student whose current term grade point average falls below a 2 00 will be placed on Academic Probation A student who is on Academic Probation may not enroll for more than the 12 credit hours A student who meets the Standards of SatisfactoryAcademic Progress 2 00 GPA at the conclusion of that term will be removed from Academic Probation Continued Academic Probation When the cumulative grade point average is not satisfactory according to the Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress the student must 40 maintain a minimum of 2 00 term grade point average each semester and will remain on Continued Academic Probation until the student meets the standard of satisfactory progress with a 2 00 overall GPA Academic Probation for Transfer Students A transfer student who is on academic probation at the institution from which they are transferring will be placed on Academic Probation at TMCC or if the student transfers with a cumulative GPA below a 2 00 the student will be placed on Academic Probation Academic Probation Suspension after Incompletes are Satisfied When a student satisfies their incomplete s after the sixth week in residence and the student s grade point average is not in compliance with the standards ofSatisfactory Academic Progress they will be placed on Academic Probation Suspension All of the TMCC conditions for academic probation suspension will apply Academic Suspension Any student on Academic Probation or Continued Academic Probation who fails to maintain satisfactory academic progress according to the semester grade point average requirements will be suspended The suspension will be for one semester not including the summer semester A student suspended from the college is denied the privileges of the institution A suspended student upon re admittance by the Registrar will be placed on Academic Probation status and may be limited to taking a maximum of 12 credits depending upon approval of readmission A student who is receiving Financial Aid should refer to the Financial Aid section of the catalog for eligibility criteria A student who has been academically suspended more than once must petition the Admissions and Financial Aid Committee when seeking readmission to TMCC Academic Suspension after Incompletes are Satisfied When a student who is on Academic Probation receives an incomplete s the student will be identified by the Registrar

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  • Transfer Credit Policies - Turtle Mountain Community College
    Continuing Education Cooperative Education Customized Training GED Alumni Association Update Your Contact Information Anishinabe Learning Cultural and Wellness Center Activities Gardening History Plans Development Arrowhead Printing Bookstore Building Grounds Campus Security Disclosures Faculty Staff Credentials Directory Farm Form Appendix A Syllabi Format Financial Aid Eligibility Frequently Asked Questions FAFSA Forms Gainful Employment Resources Scholarships Tuition and Fees Fiscal Office Online Credit Card Payment Foundation Why Give How To Give Newsletter Human Resources Jobs Plumbing Technology Instructor Assistant Cook Federal College Work Study Heavy Equipment Operator Commercial Vehicle Operator Instructor GED Instructors Math Instructor Developer Mathematics Learning Assistant Nursing Clinical Faculty Science Instructor Developer Teacher Education Learning Assistant Student Research Assistant TMCC Emergency Management Plan Policy Manual Preferred One Guardian Life EAP The Village Business Institute John Hancock 401K Forms IT Department ALERTNOW Technical Help Library Policies Resources Placement Center HEART Project Project GOAL Regional Substance Abuse Prevention Project Registrar Credits Grades Honor Points Graduation Requirements How to Register Online Registration Policies Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Transfer Credit Policies Transcript Request Vocational Rehabilitation Zhaabwii Learning Center Transfer Credit Policies Home Departments Registrar Transfer Credit Policies Students who have attended college elsewhere must notify Turtle Mountain Community College of all previous enrollments Students are required to have all official transcripts sent as part of their admissions requirements Any coursework transferring must meet the same criteria as the courses listed in the TMCC Catalog Transfer courses with a grade of C or better will be accepted if they apply to the student s degree program Students must contact the Registrar who may consult with the department chair for specific information about what credits may be transferred and how these credits fulfill any degree requirements Any coursework transferring must meet the same criteria as the courses listed in the TMCC Catalog College Level Examination Program CLEP TMCC does not give the CLEP test but a student may transfer CLEP credits into the institution See the Admissions Records Technician for CLEP information In order for a transfer student to receive an associate degree certificate from the TMCC the institution requires that 30 of the last 60 credits that it awards for a bachelor s degree 15 of the last 30 for an associate s degree and a minimum of 15 semester hours for a certificate program must be delivered by the institution Apply Online About Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Research Resources Assessment Institutional Assessment Graduate Cultural Assessment Program Degree Assessment Assessment Coordinator Reports Department Reports Academic Year 2014 2015 Spring 2015 Course Assessment Student Learning Committee SLC SLC Minutes Resources Accreditation Criteria and Core Components Self Study Process Resources Alphabetical Index Chapter Index Chapter 1 Introduction General Information Chapter 2 Concerns from Prior Visits Chapter 3 Criterion One Mission Chapter 4 Criterion Two Integrity Chapter 5 Criterion Three T L Quality Resources and Support Chapter 6 Criterion Four Evaluation and Improvement Chapter 7 Criterion Five Resource Planning and Institutional Effectiveness Meeting Minutes Promising Practices Resources Campuses South Campus TMCC Anishinabe Campus History Leadership

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