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Title: Welcome to Advisor Training


1
Welcome to Advisor Training
  • Middlesex County College
  • Academic Advising Center
  • Chambers Hall 109
  • 732.906.2596
  • advising_at_middlesexcc.edu

2
The Academic Advising Centers Unofficial Motto
  • Those who give advice have one of life's enormous
    responsibilities.
  • They provide the clay for potters to form and
    shape their work.
  • They provide the tapestry with which painters can
    fashion their art.
  • They provide the earth from which seeds can
    blossom into beautiful flowers.
  • Their responsibility is only outweighed by the
    joy they experience in the success of their
    endeavors.

3
Academic Advising At Its Best
  • Providing accuracy above all else
  • Developing a proper attitude
  • Focusing on advice, not orders
  • Sharpening listening and questioning skills
  • Understanding prescriptive vs. developmental
    advising
  • Striving always to help students achieve success

4
Different Corridors at MCC
  • Division of Corporate and Community Education
  • Career Training Center
  • Institute for Management and Technical Development

5
Middlesex County College Basics
  • An associate degree-granting college
  • The two year college misconception
  • An open admissions philosophy

6
Degrees Awarded by MCC
  • Associate in Science Degree
  • Associate in Fine Arts Degree
  • Associate in Arts Degree
  • Associate in Applied Science Degree

7
Certificates Awarded by MCC
  • Certificate (formerly called Certificate of
    Achievement) This requires no fewer than 30 and
    no more than 36 credit hours with a minimum of
    C IN ENG 121 and 122 when required. Minimum 2.0
    GPA required.
  • Certificate of Achievement (formerly called
    Technical Certificate) This requires no fewer
    than 16 and no more than 21 credit hours.
    Minimum 2.0 GPA required.

8
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  • Measures to protect the privacy of educational
    records
  • Students rights to inspect and review those
    records
  • The sharing of certain information
  • Process to follow when parents or friends
    accompany a student
  • Procedures for uncertain situations (contact the
    Registrar)

9
Eligibility for Admission
  • High school graduate
  • GED recipient
  • Student who is 18 or older with neither a high
    school diploma nor a GED
  • Ability to Benefit
  • MCC offers students the opportunity to complete
    a GED.

10
High School Scholars
  • Schedule
  • Fall and Springone course (100 and fees)
  • Summerregular tuition and fees
  • Requirements
  • Contact the Office of School Relations
    (732.906.2554)
  • Demonstrate no need for developmental courses
  • Submit approval of parents and high school
    counselor

11
NJ STARS Students
  • The NJ Student Tuition Assistance Reward
    Scholarship
  • Top 20 of their high school class
  • At least 12 credits each semester and up to
    15one can be developmental
  • Does not cover the winter or summer sessions
  • Must apply for all other federal and state
    financial aid available to them
  • Must obtain a 3.0 GPA prior to the second
    academic year to retain the award
  • Covers up to 5 semesters of tuition and approved
    fees

12
Determining a student as an NJ STAR
  • Please be sure to look at the STARS indicator in
    Field 1 of SASM.
  • Please also be carefula student who has changed
    her/his curriculum may not have the STARS
    indicator at first sight.

13
Placement Testing--ESL
  • Graduates of US high schools with fewer than
    four years of high
  • school English take the ESL Placement Test
  • Written essay
  • Language Usage
  • Reading comprehension
  • Interview with a member of the ESL Department
  • High school and college graduates from
    certain countries are exempt. The countries are
    listed in the Advisors Manual.
  • ESL testing is available on a walk-in basis
    on Thursdays between
  • 9 am and 430 pm. A student needs a Photo ID
    and SS or Student. 

14
Placement TestingWho Must Take Accuplacer (CPT)
  • New full-time students
  • New part-time students entering degree programs
  • Part-time non-matriculated students who have
    completed eleven credits
  • Full-time and part-time transfer students who
    have not attained sophomore status at an
    accredited US college or university or received
    transfer credit for one semester of college-level
    composition and one semester of college-level
    mathematics and a sufficient number of courses
    with a strong reading component
  • The College Placement Test is available on a
    walk-in basis on Mondays from 9 am-4 pm and on
    Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9 am-2
    pm.  The College Placement Test is not available
    on Thursdays. A student needs a Photo ID and SS
    or Student.

15
Exemptions from Accuplacer(College Placement
Test)
  • Students with a score of 500 or higher in the
    Verbal portion of the SAT within the last five
    years are exempt from the Reading portion.
  • Students with a score of 500 or higher in the
    Math portion of the SAT within the last five
    years are exempt from the Math portion. 
  • All students must provide a writing sample unless
    their academic work elsewhere provides the basis
    for an exemption from the essay portion.
  • College graduates from certain countries are
    exempt from the CPT. The countries are listed in
    the Manual.
  • Exemptions based on transcripts from other
    colleges are indicated by codes entered in the
    Other Tests section of the TSUM screen.

16
SAT scores and Placement(effective for students
entering in Fall 2008)
  • SAT Matha score of 530 (not 500) will exempt a
    student from MAT 013.
  • SAT Critical Readinga score of 540 (not 500)
    will exempt a student from RDG 011 and ENG 010.
  • Students with a score of 500-539 in the SAT
    Critical Reading will be required to take the
    Reading and Essay portions of the College
    Placement Test.
  • The Reading and Essay parameters are still being
    reviewed by the English Department.

17
CPT Scores and Placement(effective for students
entering in Fall 2008)
  • New Math Cut-Off Scores as mentioned in previous
    slide
  • Elimination of WritePlacer
  • SAT Essays will be handwritten with a 30 minute
    time limit.
  • Scores will be based on the SAT scoring guide.
  • Two readers with a three reader ruleIf the
    scores of the two readers vary by more than one
    point, a third reader will read the essay
    (without knowledge of the other two scores). If
    the third readers score matches one of the other
    two scores, it is combined with the like score.
    If it does not match, at their discretion, the
    third reader combines their score with one of the
    two scores to arrive at a final score.

18
Reading XTRI on Colleague Understanding its
Peculiar LogicReading and English Placement
  • RDG 011the student needs no developmental
    reading
  • RDG 009the student earned the equivalent of RDG
    009 and needs RDG 011
  • RDG 001the student placed into RDG 009
  • ENG 010the student needs no developmental
    writing
  • ENG 009the student earned the equivalent of ENG
    009 and needs ENG 010
  • ENG 001the student placed into ENG 009

19
Challenge Test Guidelines forReading and English
after the CPT
  • ESSAY
  • A score of 5 can be challenged only with a
    minimum reading score of 61 as the student cannot
    be in RDG 009.
  • A score of 7 can be challenged only with a
    minimum reading score of 84 (the student tested
    out of RDG 011).
  • READING
  • Any score can be challenged once on the computer.
    If needed, students should challenge the reading
    portion of the CPT first and obtain the score
    before challenging the writing portion of the
    CPT.
  • The Sentence Skills portion of the CPT will be
    eliminated with the exception of students
    attempting to achieve Ability to Benefit.

20
Challenge Test Cut-Off Scores for Math after the
CPT
  • MAT 0100-19 remains in MAT 010 with a 20-30
    obviating the course
  • MAT 0130-17 remains in MAT 013 with a 18-25
    obviating the course
  • MAT 0140-17 remains in MAT 014 with a 18-25
    obviating the course
  • Precalculus0-14 keeps the student in MAT 014
    15-19 permits MAT 129A 20-29 permits MAT 129
    30-32 permits Calculus

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Advising Students Reading and English Courses
  • Learning communities
  • Five approaches to English courses
  • ENG 122 and Special Topics
  • ENG 121-HD and ENG 212-HD
  • ENG 121 and ENG 122 require grades of C or
    better for graduation.

22
Reading XTRI on Colleague Understanding its
Peculiar LogicMath Placement
  • Whenever MAT 013 and MAT 014 are seen together,
    the student has an SAT scorefind the SAT score
    in Colleague and check the grid in the Manual for
    placement.
  • Even if a student performs brilliantly on the
    CPT, Colleague will only show MAT 013 check the
    raw math scores for proper placement.
  • Whenever MAT 001 and MAT 002 are seen
    togetherfind the raw math scores in Colleague
    and check the grid in the Manual for possible
    placement in a combination math class.
  • Whenever MAT 010 and MAT 002 are seen together,
    this indicates that the student needs MAT 013.

23
Older Placement Test Results
  • Students with placement test results that are
    older than one year and have not registered for a
    particular developmental course should consult
    with the Testing Center to inquire if they may
    take that portion or portions of the CPT again.

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The Intricacies of Math AdvisingPart I
  • Students with a score of 25 or lower in the
    computation section must register for MAT 010A.
    For Fall 2008, the score for MAT 010A will be
    raised to 29 or lower.
  • Be aware of the combination math classesMAT
    009/013A or MAT 009/013.
  • Note that MAT 080-50/014-50 is a combination of
    MAT 013 and MAT 014. Students who pass math
    computation and have an algebra score of 58 can
    register for the combination algebra if their
    curriculum requires it.
  • Remember that some majors have MAT 014 as a
    prerequisite.
  • Recognize that MAT 010, 013, 014, 129 and 131
    have two semester variations.
  • Keep in mind that students may change to the A
    version of these math classes during the first
    three weeks of a semester.
  • Consider transfer possibilities when discussing
    math classes and refer students to the Department
    of Counseling and Career Services in ED 100.

25
The Intricacies of Math AdvisingPart II
  • It is critically important to read the grid
    CAREFULLY as students will have CPT scores in two
    levels of math. You can easily read the grid
    incorrectly.
  • The Math grid has an area for Basic Math
    (Computation) and Algebra.
  • The Math grid has an area for Algebra and College
    Level Math.
  • The Math grid has an area for SAT scores.
  • Here is an example of looking for a score of
    Basic Math (Computation) and Algebra.
  • Here is an example of looking for an Algebra and
    College Level Math (CLM) score

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The Intricacies of Math AdvisingPart III
  • Students seeking MAT 129 (Precalculus) without
    the sufficient SAT score of 550 need to take the
    diagnostic test offered in the Testing Center.
    For Fall 2008, students wanting MAT 129 with a
    score or 530-559 will need to take the Math Dept.
    diagnostic test. For Fall 2008, scores of 576-649
    will permit MAT 129 if the NCWS screen
    demonstrates a HS prerequisite.
  • Students receiving a C or C in MAT 014 must
    take the two semester variation of MAT 129.
  • Students in curricula requiring a three-credit
    math such as BUS 115 or MAT 101 and who want to
    take a higher level math may do so with the
    proper prerequisites.
  • Certain math classes are available in
    computer-assisted or Internet formats. There is
    also a hybrid format (HD).

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General Observations Developmental ClassesPart I
  • Ds dont do it. Any developmental class with
    that grade must be retaken.
  • Students must include developmental classes as
    part of their registration until they are
    completed.
  • Students needing developmental classes may carry
    no more than 15 credit/credit equivalents in a
    semester. Deans permission is needed for
    students who want to exceed that limit.
  • If a situation arises where a student cannot
    register for a developmental course (late in the
    enrollment cycle when a time or section may be
    unavailable), please remember to complete a
    Request for Registration Waiver Form. Please do
    not use the registration form itself as the
    document for the deferral. This will be of
    enormous assistance in the non-compliance
    process.
  • Developmental classes are credit-equivalent
    classes.
  • Students must complete RDG 011 before registering
    for ENG 122.

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General Observations Developmental ClassesPart II
  • Students may be placed in as many as 7
    developmental classesRDG 009, RDG 011, ENG 009,
    ENG 010, MAT 010, MAT 013, MAT 014. Not all
    majors require MAT 014.
  • Students placed into RDG 009 are not permitted to
    take any credit classes that semester except for
    the proper math. RDG 009 students desiring full
    time status need to select the appropriate
    seminar class depending on their choice of
    curriculum.
  • Students in developmental math should be made
    aware of the two semester variations. The Math
    Department urges advisors to alert students
    repeating MAT 013 to register for the MAT 013A
    option.
  • Depending on their curricula, students may need
    to take BIO 010 and/or CHM 010.

29
Combination Math Classes andScience Prerequisites
  • A student in MAT 009/013A or MAT 009/013A cannot
    be in BIO 010 because the Basic Math is not
    complete.
  • A student in MAT 013A can be in BIO 010 but not
    CHM 010.

30
Developmental Classesand SSD 101
  • New students who have placed in any two of the
    following classesRDG 011, ENG 009 or ENG 010,
    MAT 010 or MAT 013are required to enroll in SSD
    101.
  • Part time students should include the SSD 101
    course.
  • All other new students may enroll in SSD 101.

31
Curricula that Require MAT 014
  • Biology Pre-Professional
  • Biology Transfer
  • Business Administration Transfer
  • Chemistry Transfer
  • Civil/Construction Engineering Technology
  • Computer Aided Drafting Certificate
  • Computer ScienceCSI, CSNN, and Transfer
  • Computer Science Technical Certificates
  • Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology
  • Engineering Science
  • Mathematics Transfer
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology
  • Physics Transfer

32
Curricula that Require Two H.S. Lab Sciences
(C or better) as Admission Requirements
  • Biology Transfer
  • Biology Pre-Professional
  • Chemistry Transfer
  • Computer Science Transfer
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Engineering Science
  • Health Science
  • Mathematics Transfer
  • Medical Laboratory Technology
  • Nursing
  • Physics Transfer
  • Radiography
  • Respiratory Care
  • Please note that the required lab sciences
    may differ depending on the curriculum.

33
Curricula that Require One H.S. Lab Science (C
or better) as an Admission Requirement
  • Biotechnology
  • Business Administration Transfer
  • Criminal Justice
  • Dietetic Technology
  • Environmental Technology
  • Fire Science Technology
  • Pharmacy Assistant
  • Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Treatment
  • Please note that the required lab science may
    differ depending on the curriculum.

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Full Time vs. Part Time
  • Full time12 or more credits/credit equivalents
  • Part time11 or fewer credits/credit equivalents
  • Four reasons why a student must be full time
  • Number of hours a week a student should devote to
    college work
  • Students can change their minds from semester
    to semester as long as they remain in good
    academic standing.

35
The Colleges Semester System and Its Multiple
Variations
  • Traditional 14 week Fall and Spring semesters
  • Intense 12 days winter session
  • Fall II and Spring II
  • Summer and its multiple variations

36
Dropping/Repeating ClassesPart I
  • There may be consequences for dropping a class
    within the refund period.
  • Students dropping a developmental course do not
    need the secondary signature of the Director of
    Testing.
  • EOF students need the approval of EOF prior to
    obtaining an advisors signature.
  • Students with an F-1 visa need to consult with
    Rita Burton or Lafayette Smith in the Department
    of Counseling and Career Services in ED 100.

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Dropping/Repeating Classes Part II
  • No student can register for a class more than
    three times. A fourth attempt needs the approval
    of a Dean through the appeal process.
  • Review the XDSG screen in Colleague to determine
    a students mid-term grade for the purpose of
    advising.
  • While both grades remain visible on the
    transcript, only the higher grade is used in the
    computation of the GPA.
  • Provisions of Academic Amnesty

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Academic Status
  • Academic Warning
  • Academic Probationno more than 4 classes or 14
    credits/credit equivalents, whichever is fewer
  • Academic Restrictionno more than 2 classes or 8
    credits/credit equivalents, whichever is fewer
  • A student on Academic Restriction who voluntarily
    does not enroll for the next semester returns on
    Probation.
  • Academic Suspensionstudent cannot register for
    one short and one long session and returns on
    Probation
  • Academic Dismissal two years students must file
    an appeal for readmission

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Four Credit Science Electives
  • Business Administration Transfer students are
    required to take one 4 credit science. 
  • Liberal Arts students are required to take either
    two 4 credit sciences or one 3 credit science
    plus one 4 credit science. 
  • Criminal Justice students have the option of
    taking two 4 credit sciences or two mathematics
    classes.
  • Fine Arts majors may choose to mix and match two
    science and/or math classes that equal at least 6
    credits.
  • SCI 155 has a math prerequisite (MAT 013), not a
    lab science prerequisite.

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Three Credit Science Electives
  • Have no science or math prerequisites
  • Serve as the prerequisite for BIO 105 or 106
  • Students in AAS programs in Business (except for
    Dietetic Technology) need one 3 credit science.
  • Liberal Arts Students may take one 3 credit
    science.
  • Fine Arts Students may take one 3 credit science.
  • Transfer issues should be discussed with the
    Career and Counseling Services in ED 100.

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XTRI and Science Courses
  • BIO 010student had at least a C in high school
    biology with a lab
  • CHM 010student had at least a C in high school
    chemistry with a lab
  • PHY 010student had at least a C in high school
    physics with a lab
  • SCI 010student had at least a C in a different
    high school science with a lab

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Science Majors
  • Biology Transfer, Chemistry Transfer, Computer
    Science Transfer, Engineering, Mathematics
    Transfer and Physics Transfer Majors
  • Please check the proper math and lab science
    sequences for these majors. The lab science
    sequence may vary depending on the next
    institution, at which point the student should
    consult the Office of Counseling and Career
    Services.
  • These courses are not appropriate for
    non-science majors.

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The Uses of the NCWS Screen for high school grades
  • How to use the NCWS Screento find the exact high
    school lab science grade and an example
  • The NCWS screen can also be used to assess the
    level of high school math achieved by a student.

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Open College Program
  • Full time enrollment
  • Opportunity to explore possibilities of majors
  • Academic preparation and foundation
  • Initial program for many health technology
    students
  • Must enroll in writing each term until ENG 122 is
    completed
  • Students enrolled in any OC category cannot
    receive financial aid. Students in these
    categories are changing their major to meet
    financial aid parameters.

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Health Technology Admissions
  • Students interested in DH, NUR, RAD, MED, and RST
    must complete all necessary developmental courses
    by the end of Wintersession.
  • The above students must apply by 1/15 for fall.
  • The above students must take the preadmission
    exam by its deadline.
  • Students interested in PSR must apply by 5/1 and
    complete all necessary developmental courses
    prior to admission. There is no preadmission
    exam.
  • New relationship with Raritan Bay Medical Center
  • Students should be aware that the competitive
    nature of the selective admission process may
    necessitate the repetition of a high school lab
    science with a grade of C.

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Changing a Major
  • Matriculated students visit the Dean or
    Chairperson of the new major for a signature on
    an Add/Drop Form. Additionally, students can
    visit the Academic Advising Center, Counseling
    and Career Services, EOF, and MAPS to secure a
    signature. The student pays a 10 fee in the
    Bursars Office and submits the receipt and the
    signed form to the Registrars Office. This
    procedure also applies to Open College students
    wishing to change majors.
  • Non-matriculated students fill out an application
    form in the Admissions Office. No fee is
    required.
  • Students need to be aware of the differences
    between BUS.AS and LABUS.AA.
  • Students need to realize that changing a major
    may lead to a possible loss of credits.

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EVAL and PSPR in Colleague
  • EVAL SCREEN
  • Allows the advisor to determine which courses
    have been completed by his/her advisee and which
    courses are still needed for graduation.
  • PSPR SCREEN
  • Allows the advisor to view a different major for
    his/her advisee and then determine which courses
    are still needed for graduation.

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Whats New-I
  • Effective in the Fall of 2007, the N grade has
    been eliminated.
  • Mailed grades have been eliminated. Students can
    access their grades on CampusCruiser. However, a
    mailed copy will be provided with a written
    request to the Office of the Registrar.

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Whats New--II
  • Respiratory CareMAT 014 is no longer an
    admissions requirement and now this major
    requires the completion of all non-clinical
    classes prior to application to the program.
  • The Radiography Education curriculum has changed
    one of its requirements to a GE SS course, not
    necessarily PSY 123.
  • Starting for the Fall 2009 semester, Radiography
    Education will have a College Level Math course
    as an admission requirement that must be
    completed by July 15 prior to the Fall term for
    which a student is applying.
  • New Partnership with Raritan Bay Medical Center

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Whats NewIII
  • OCNUR students now have designated humanities
    courses (SPE 121 and COM 115).
  • OCNUR students will now register for a PSY 232
    (Life-Span Development) rather than SOC 121.
  • Students scoring a 25 or lower in the math
    computation section of the CPT MUST take MAT
    010A. See the Math Grid. This will change for
    students entering in Fall 2008.
  • Students who pass math computation and receive a
    score of 58 or higher in Algebra may register for
    the combination Algebra course, if their
    curriculum requires MAT 014. See the Math Grid.

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Whats NewIV
  • Curriculum Checksheets- Advisors Manual
  • Curriculum Checksheets- Advising Center
  • Curriculum Checksheets- Infonet
  • Self-Advising Web Site
  • Transfer Guide
  • Advisors Office Hours are available on the
    Advisors Manual in addition to the Advising
    Center web page.
  • Online Tutorials and Quizzes are available on the
    Advisors Manual.

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Whats New--V(New curricula)
  • Addiction Studies AAS
  • Addiction Studies Certificate
  • Changes to the Fire Science Technology degree

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Points of Reemphasis
  • COM 105
  • COM 110
  • BIO 010, CHM 010 and MAT 013
  • BIO 111
  • ART 201
  • ART 202
  • MAT 013
  • ECO 201

Students transferring to MCC
When working with a transfer student whose
transcript has not yet been evaluated or has not
yet been submitted, when in doubt, do not suggest
a course that they had (or may have had) at the
other college. Also, be aware of possible CPT
exemptions posted on the lower portion of the
TSUM screen in Colleague.
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Factors to ConsiderWhen Advising a Student
  • New student or current student?
  • Full time or part time?
  • Major?
  • RDG 009?
  • Placed into SSD 101?
  • Remaining developmental courses?
  • Any academic status?
  • Prerequisites and/or corequisites?
  • Any admission requirements remaining?
  • Math and/or science requirements?
  • STARS student?
  • Humanities and/or Social Science Electives?
  • Diversity courses for LA majors?
  • What if a student is totally uncertain?

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Course Selection ExerciseStudent 1LABUS OCNUR
ACC
  • High School Grades from Colleagues NCWS screen
  • BIOL-D
  • CHML-C
  • SCIN-A
  • ALG1-C
  • ALG2-B
  • PRECALC-now
  • CPT Results from Colleagues XTRI and TSUM
    screensNo SAT scores
  • RDG 011
  • ENG 010
  • MAT 013
  • CPTZ.ALG1 93
  • CPTZ.CLM 27

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Course Selection ExerciseStudent 2LABUS OCNUR
ACC
  • High School Grades from Colleagues NCWS screen
  • BIOL-C
  • PHYL-B
  • ALG1-B
  • ALG2-C
  • CPT Results from Colleagues XTRI screenSAT Math
    score from the TSUM screen
  • RDG 009
  • ENG 010
  • MAT 013
  • MAT 014
  • SATM 530

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Course Selection ExerciseStudent 3LABUS OCNUR
ACC
  • High School Grades from Colleagues NCWS screen
  • CHMN-A
  • PHYN-B
  • ALG1-D
  • ALG2-D
  • CPT Results from Colleagues XTRI and TSUM
    screensNo SAT scores
  • RDG 009
  • ENG 009
  • MAT 013
  • CPTZ.ALG1 75
  • CPTZ.CLM 10

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Course Selection ExerciseStudent 4LABUS OCNUR
ACC
  • High School Grades from Colleagues NCWS screen
  • BIOL-C-
  • CHML-C-
  • SCIN-B
  • ALG1-B
  • CPT Results from Colleagues XTRI and TSUM
    screensNo SAT scores
  • RDG 011
  • ENG 010
  • CPTZ.ARI 73
  • CPTZ.ALG1 28

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At first glance, it appears as though the student
is not part of NJ STARS
The light blue scroll buttons indicate that there
are additional lines of information
Scroll down to reveal lines 3 4. The STARS
identifier appears on line 3
and the Appl Status indicates RR
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If this student registers for spring 2008, even
though Colleague is indicating Academic
Restriction at the end of the spring 2007
semester, since they did not register for the
fall, the student will return on Academic
Probation
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