Running Start

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RUNNING START
ORIENTATION
ORIENTATION
• This orientation is for new Running Start
students. It is required of all new RS
students to attend an in person session prior
to the start of the quarter.
• The following slides are the actual
presentation. Some slides have been
modified to just let you know what
information is given as we depart from the
slide at that point in the actual presentation
and go online to demonstrate the material.
WHAT’S IN MY PACKET?
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First Quarter Checklist & campus map
Important Dates
High School Completion Options
Registration Information for Next Quarter
Degree Audit & Math Tree
Inclement Weather Procedures
Fee & Tuition waiver information
Release of Information
SPSCC ACADEMIC SYSTEM
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September – December
High School
College
and
breaks
not
12 weeks
You
needholidays
to learn
to plan
outare
6 to
12 1st Semester
Fall
High
School
required
activities
do notSept- Feb
always
the
same
as
your
high
schoolweeks in advance for activitiesJanuary
–you
March
automatically
excuse
fromare
your
if
the
college
is
in
session
you
Winter
college
is not a12“last
minute” kind of
weeks
college
classes.
expected to be in class even if your High School
system.
2nd Semester
high school is April
closed.
– June
Feb-June
Spring
12 weeks
Summer
July- August
8 weeks
TOBACCO FREE
CAMPUS
PHOTO ID REQUIRED
FOR TRANSACTIONS
ACADEMIC STANDARDS
Must maintain a minimum of a 1.75 GPA for first 29 credits
Must maintain a minimum of a 2.0 GPA for 30 credits & above
1st quarter
2nd quarter
3rd quarter
Cumulative GPA
College Level GPA
college level
classes
classes only
• Low GPA
• Academic
• Off
probation
academic
Pre-college and • GPA OK College levelprobation
1st quarter
• Low GPA
2nd quarter
• Academic
probation
• Low GPA
3rd quarter
• Academic
dismissalno classes
GRADES
Go back to your
high school as
they are at the
college
Are not mailed
home- available
online or in
building 25
Count for both
college and
high school
GPA
Are a
permanent
record- you
cannot get them
“erased” or
“excluded”
STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNTS
We will use email to send you
important information. We will
use the email address you put on
your Running Start application or
you can sign up for a free SPSCC
email account
FUNDING
• Running Start covers tuition on courses within
the funding limits table
• Students are responsible for:
– Student Fees
– Course Fees
– Tuition on courses under the 100 level
– Tuition on courses over the funding limits
– All other costs (books, supplies, etc.)
FEE WAIVER & BOOK LOAN
• Fee waiver is available to any student who
meets the income guidelines
– Documentation can be brought to campus
or emailed to [email protected]
• Book Loan is available on a first come, first
serve basis.
– Must qualify for fee waiver to qualify for
book loan.
READING YOUR SCHEDULE
This section goes over how to read the class schedule print out and
understand where classes are located and how fees/tuition are assessed.
WHAT FEES AM I PAYING?
This student is paying:
$4.00
Enhancement
fee
If
Lab
Online
a class
classes
& hybrid
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student
credit
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lab
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not
of $5-$30.
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full
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cr. x $8.00/cr)
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or
paid
hybrid
to
creditis
pays
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for
credits)
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security
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services
credit
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course
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to update
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fees
student
were
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use things
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approved
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the
connectivity
SPSCC
student
$17.10
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body.
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(15 cr. x $1.14/cr)
$15.00
Matriculation fee
POLICIES & PROCEDURES
Inclement
Missing
Meeting
Class
Prerequisites
Weather
Add/Drop
Waitlist
Classes
Classes
Required
Changes
Students
high
to
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school
parents
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INSTRUCTORS…..
Expect you to get help if you are
Expect
you
to
act
as
an
struggling
in
class:
Expect you to let
them
read
the
adult
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do
not
know
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not
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instructor
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not
give
you
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be
on
credit”
time
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if
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SPSCC
IMPORTANT ESSENTIALS
Books
PINS
Verification
Student
Parking
ID Card
Form
Registration
Global
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Buy
books:
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Security
Office
has
lots
of
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to
your
date
of
birth
for
2
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your
date
of
birth
MMDDYY
Buy
your
Forms
books
are
always
BEFORE
due
the
one
first
In
store
@
SPSCC
If
you
don’t
turn
in
your
form
you
Search
the
booklist
online
at
Look
out
for
time
conflicts
between
Need
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Books
turn
to
bring
in
average
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photo
new
Verification
$65
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off
campus
parking
quarter
registration
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grades
day
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of
prior
class,
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but
tuition
keep
due
your
date
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be
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charged
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full
tuition
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www.spscc.edu
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high
school
and
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Arriving
copy
form
of
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$100
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class
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QUARTER
class
schedule
to
need
discounts
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week
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have
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before
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your
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fees
movies
quarter
and/or
and
minutes
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find
parking
between
required
on
campus
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your
registration
day
and
time
•Will
not allow
you
to add/drop
classes
(FREE)
and
bus
routes
into
receipts
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your
@
other
courses
retailers
late
for
class
is
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get
your
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card
tuition
paid
begins
more
for
the
quarter
8am
and
12pm
online
four
weeks
before
registration
your
first
quarter
campus (ALSO FREE!!)
begins
CURRENT STUDENT WEBPAGE
This section goes over the Current Student webpage and points out
where to locate important information like:
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Where to find your registration date and time for next quarter
How to get to the Advising homepage
Where the tutoring resources are located
Where to print a copy of your schedule
Where to check your grades
Where to pay fees/tuition online
GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
Work closely with your high
school counselor even if you
are full time at the college
QUARTERLY TIMELINE
Current
Student
begins
the
If
you
are
working
on
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college
degree
Turn
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school
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