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Title: COUN 200- Orientation to College


1
COUN 200- Orientation to College
  • Ms. K.D. Lê
  • (½ unit)
  • P/NP

2
Guest Speakers
  • (Financial Aids)
  • Health Services
  • La Donna Yumori-Kaku
  • (Office of College Life)

3
Get to Know Each Other.
  • Name?
  • Major/Educational Goal?
  • Hobbies/Talents?
  • 1 interesting thing about you?
  • Pair up with a partner. You will introduce each
    other to the class afterward.

4
Grading Guidelines-Coun 100
  • SLO Develop a 1-quarter Student Education Plan
    that supports your individualized educational
    goal and reflects your placement test results
  • An Education Plan must be submitted in order to
    pass the course. Areas of the Education Plan
    that should be accurately completed are
    Placement test results, work week hours, GE
    pattern, transfer institution, major, preferred
    and alternative courses for two quarters.

5
Grading Guidelines (Rubric)
PASS A Education plan has no mistakes.
PASS B Education plan has only 1 mistake.
PASS C Education plan has only 2 mistakes.
NO PASS D Education plan has only 3 mistakes.
NO PASS F Education plan has 4 or more mistakes. (or) 1 or more absences.
6
Other Guidelines
  • All questions must be asked during class
  • No question before class, during breaks, or after
    class
  • Cell phones off
  • No tardiness beyond 10 minutes
  • No leaving early
  • No absences

7
U.S. College/University System
Course 1-49 UC
Course 1-99 CSU
8
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9
Some Common College Terms
  • Unit- college credit given to a course
  • Quarter/Semester- 2 semesters
    3 quarters
  • Prerequisite-a requ. that must be met before
    enrolling in a course
  • Corequisite-a requ. that must be taken at the
    same time with another course.
  • Green Sheet -information about the course
    (contract)
  • Advisory- knowledge that is advisable before
    course entry
  • GE- breadth requirements In various
    disciplines/subject areas.
  • Major-a series of courses in a specialized area
    of study.
  • Articulation Agreement- listing of DA courses
    equivalent to corresponding courses at another
    school (www.Assist.org)
  • GE Certification-verify completion of GE prior to
    transfer

10
Placement Test
  • Placement tests required for English, ESL, Math,
    Chem 1A, Biol 6A Biol 40A
  • Students who have taken a placement test and then
    enrolled in a course in that subject area WILL
    NOT be able to retest. (change effective April 4,
    2011)
  • Students who have not enrolled in a class can
    retest during the normal time frame (6 months for
    English, mathematics, biology, chemistry  1 year
    for ESL ) if they provide documentation of their
    preparation for the retest.
  • Transcript/AP scores -used for placement must be
    brought to Testing office prior to registration

11
Placement into EWRT 1A is based on 1 of the
following
  • Qualifying score on De Anza English Placement
    exam
  • Score of 3 or higher on AP English-eligible for
    Ewrt 1B, Ewrt 2, Phil 3 Spch 9
  • Completion of AA degree or higher in the US
  • Completion of ESL 5 with C or better
  • Satisfaction of UC subject A requirement or CSU
    EPT test for EWRT 1A equivalent.

12
English Course Sequence (no expiration date)
Ewrt 1A (5)
Ewrt 1A (5)
LART 211 (10 units)
Or
Ewrt 211(5)
Read 211(5)
Read 200 (5)
Ewrt 200 (5)
LART 200 (10 units)
Or
13
ESL Course Sequence (no expiration date)
ESL 5(5)
ESL 6(5)
EWRT 1A (5)
ESL 272(5)
ESL 273 (5)
ESL 261(3)
ESL 262(3)
ESL 263(4)
ESL 251(3)
ESL 252 (3)
ESL 253 (4)
ESL 244 (10)
ESL 234 (10)
ESL 200 (10)
14
Math Course Sequence (Math test results expire
after 1 year)
Math 43 Pre-Cal III (5 units)
Math 1A (5 units)
Math 10,11 44 or 46 (5 units)
Math 1B (5 units)
Math 42 Pre-Cal II (5 units)
Math 114 (5 units)
Math 23 Eng. Stat. (5 units)
Math 1C (5 units)
Math 41 Pre-Cal I (5 units)
Math 212 (5 units)
Math 2A Math2B
Math 1D (5 units)
Math 210 (5 units)
15
Chemistry/Biology Readiness Test
  • This test is a prerequisite for
  • Chem 1A Pass test (22/44) H.S. Chem Inter.
    Algebra C or better. May retake after 180 days.
    Valid for 12 months.
  • Biol. 6A Pass test (22/44) or Chem 1A or Chem 50
    C or better. May retake after 180 days. No
    expiration of results.
  • Biol 40A This is a different Chemistry placement
    test. Pass test (14/44) or Chem 50 or Chem 1A
    with a C or better. May retake after 180 days.
    No expiration of results. Chem 30A is advised
    for transfer nursing programs.

16
Chemistry Course Sequence (results expire
after 1 year)
Chem 12A,B,C Organic Chem (5 units each)
Chem 1C (5 units)
Chem 1B (5 units)
Chem 1A (5 units)
Chem./Biol. Readiness Test HS Chem
Chem 50 (5 units)
Or
17
Which GE pattern to follow?
  • Vocational/career Degree
  • Transferring to CSU
  • Transferring to UC or undecided about where to
    transfer to
  • Transferring to a private school
  • Transferring to a UC in a high-unit major
  • AA/AS pattern
  • CSU pattern
  • Must complete Area A B4 before transfer with
    C or better
  • IGETC pattern
  • All classes C or better
  • Must be certified by DA before transfer)
  • Campus Specific pattern
  • 7-course minimum GE pattern

18
IGETC Exceptions
  • High unit majors (Engineering, Applied Sciences,
    Natural Sciences)
  • Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley
  • UC San Diego Eleanor Roosevelt Revelle
    colleges
  • UC Santa Barbara B.A. Computer Science in the
    College of Letters and Science

19
G.E. Group Exercise
  1. How many courses are required for each area?
  2. Give an example of specific courses which fulfill
    each section of each area.
  3. What grades must you receive to satisfy GE
    requirement?

20
Homework
  • www.Assist.org find your major requirements (for
    transfers)
  • www.Deanza.edu find major requirements (for AA/AS
    degree students)
  • Review 3 GE patterns
  • Get ready for presentation of GE patterns
    tomorrow

21
Minimum UC Transfer Requirements
  • 90 UC transferable units (1-49)
  • 2.4 GPA (2.8 GPA for non-resident)
  • EWRT 1A
  • EWRT 2 or PHIL 3 or SPCH 9 (for IGETC) or EWRT 1B
    (for major or college which do not accept IGETC)
  • Math course above MATH 114 (10,11,41,43,1A,etc.)
  • 4 courses from at least 2 of the following areas
  • Arts Humanities
  • Physical Biological Sciences
  • Social Behavioral Sciences
  • (All courses must be completed with a C or
    better)

22
Minimum CSU Transfer Requirements
  • 90 CSU transferable units (1-99)
  • 2.0 GPA (2.4 GPA for non-resident)
  • EWRT 1A or ESL 5
  • SPCH 1 or 10
  • PHIL 3 or 4 or 5 or 7 or SPCH 8 or 9 or 15 or
    EWRT 2
  • Math course ABOVE MATH 114 (refer to your major
    GE pattern)

23
Requirements for AA/AS Degree
  • 90 units
  • 2.0 GPA at De Anza
  • 2.0 cumulative GPA
  • 24 units at De Anza
  • De Anza GE for AA/AS (CSU or IGETC)
  • Major requirements listed on DA curriculum guides

24
A.A.-T/A.S.-T (Associate Degrees for Transfer)
  • Guaranteed Admission Jr. standing to CSU
  • Priority admission to local CSU deemed similar to
    AA/AS-T
  • Requ. Only 90 units to earn BA/BS
  • Need to complete CSU GE or IGETC for CSU (include
    American Ideals) C or higher Courses for ADT
    NOT count for GE
  • www.deanza.edu/transfer
  1. Adm. Of Justice
  2. Bus. Adm.
  3. Communication
  4. Early Childhood Edu.
  5. History
  6. Kinesiology
  7. Mathematics
  8. Political Science
  9. Sociology

25
Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Letter Grade Point Value
  • A 4.0
  • A 4.0
  • A- 3.7
  • B 3.3
  • B 3.0
  • B- 2.7
  • C 2.3
  • C 2.0
  • D 1.3
  • D 1.0
  • D 0.7
  • F 0.0
  • Non Letter Grade
  • I, IP, W, P, NP
  • (These non-letter grades have no point value do
    not affect GPA)

26
How to Calculate GPA?
  • Course Units Grade Grade Points
  • HIST 17A 4.0 B (4x3) 12
  • PE 21A 0.5 A (0.5x4) 2
  • MATH 114 5.0 B (5x3) 15
  • EWRT 211 5.0 P __________________
  • PE 4 0.5 NP __________________
  • ICS 7 4 A (4x4) 16
  • ASTR 10 5.0 W __________________
  • HLTH 21 4.0 D (4x0) 0
  • 17.5(Letter Graded Units) 45(G.P)

27
GPA Calculation
  • Overall G.P.A
  • 45 (Graded Points)
  • __________________________________________________
    ___________
  • 17.5 (Letter Graded Units)
  • 2.57 GPA
  • (refer to GPA Calculation worksheet on p. 33)

28
PROBATION
  • Academic-overall GPA is below 2.0
  • Check grades end of each quarter
  • Repeat courses with D or F
  • Disqualification after 5 consecutive quarters on
    Probation
  • Progress-50 of units received are W, I, or
    NP
  • Drop courses by the end of 2nd week
  • Complete all classes enrolled in
  • Disqualification after 5 consecutive quarters on
    Probation

29
Course numbering
  • Courses numbered 1-99 are transferable to CSU
    (ex. ICS 7, EWRT 1A)
  • Courses numbered 1-49 are transferable to UC
  • Recommend using courses numbered 1-49 for
    private out of state

30
Course Lettering
  • The letter following the number in a course means
    its part of a sequence (ex. ARTS 2A,2B,2C). You
    may or may not be able to take courses out of
    sequence.
  • Special Topic courses include X1, Y2, Z3 units
    (ex. COUN80X 2 units)
  • Z refers to Distance Education courses (ex.
    COUN100.64Z is taught online)

31
Non-Transferable Courses
  • Any courses numbered above 99
  • Example EWRT 200 211, READ 200, 211, ESL
    251,252,253, MATH 210,212,114
  • You may choose to take them for P/NP instead of
    a letter grade
  • You need to request to take them for P/NP to
    avoid compromising your overall GPA
  • Courses numbered 200 and above are non degree
    applicable (ex. Math 212, ESL 200)

32
Transfer Admission Agreement (TAA)
  • Several universities offer De Anza students
    guaranteed admission to the campus major of
    their choice
  • TAA is by contract to complete course
    requirements GPA
  • Only 1 TAA
  • UC UCI, UCD, UCSC, UCM, UCR, UCSB
  • PRIVATE Arizona State University, Cogswell
    Polytechnical College, UOP

33
Sexual Harassment Policy
  • Quid pro quo! (Latin means this for that)
  • Usually involve someone in the position of
    power.
  • Campus contact person
  • Michelle LeBleu-Burns
  • Dean, Student Dev. EOPS
  • HCC164
  • (408) 864-8218
  • Hostile Environment
  • Difficult to define Can involve anyone.
  • Campus contact person
  • Michelle LeBleu-Burns
  • Dean, Student Dev. EOPS
  • HCC164
  • (408) 864-8218

34
Drug Alcohol Policy
  • NO illicit drug or alcohol by anyone on college
    property or at any college sponsored activities
    and events!!!
  • Violation may result in criminal prosecution.

35
Violence Policy
  • NO verbal or physical violence will be tolerated
    in classrooms, offices or anywhere on campus

36
When should I register for class?
  • As soon as you are permitted to register
  • You may add in person during first 2 weeks of
    quarter
  • Show up in class during the 1st day to add course
  • Classes are limited
  • Be flexible with time
  • You may make changes to your schedule later
  • You can be on wait list if possible

37
When Do I Apply to Transfer?
  • CSU Application first Accepted
  • Summer semester/quarter
  • February 1-28
  • Fall semester/quarter
  • October 1-Nov. 30
  • Winter quarter
  • June 1-30
  • Spring semester/quarter
  • August 1-31
  • To apply, please go to www.csumentor.edu
  • UC Application Filing Periods
  • (To be filed the year prior to transfer term)
  • Winter/Spring Semester (if open)
  • July 1-31
  • Fall Quarter/Semester
  • November 130
  • Spring Quarter (if open)
  • October 1-31
  • UCB- semester system
  • UCM- semester system
  • To apply, please go to
  • https//universityofcalifornia.
  • edu/apply

38
To get an AA Degree Transfer to 4 year
university
  • You will need to complete
  • Major requirements
  • GE requirements
  • Competitive GPA (above 2.0 GPA)
  • 90 Units total (Major GE Electives GPA)

39
When Do I Apply for my AA/AS degree?
  • During your last quarter at De Anza
  • or
  • When you completed the AA/AS degree requirements
    (GE Major 2.0 GPA 90 units)

40
When do I apply for GE certification?
  • When you completed courses for CSU or
    IGETC pattern and
  • In your last quarter before transfer to the CSU
    or UC which admitted you
  • Possible to do partial GE certification for the
    CSU
  • Download form and submit to Admissions Records
    office

41
My Portal
  • Apply to De Anza
  • Retrieve your placement tests results
  • Get your date to register
  • Add, drop, register or waitlist for classes
  • Update your contact information
  • Check your grades
  • Pay your fees
  • Holds
  • Obtain your unofficial transcripts

42
Student Services.
  • Disability Support Programs Services
    http//www.deanza.edu/dsps/
  • Educatinal Diagnostic Center (EDC)
    http//www.deanza.edu/edc/
  • Disability Support Services http//www.deanza.edu/
    dss/
  • Counseling Advising Center www.deanza.edu/counse
    ling/
  • Health Services www.deanza.edu/healthservices
  • Assessment Center www.deanza.edu/admissions/placem
    ent
  • Transfer Center www.deanza.edu/transfer/
  • Tutorial Center http//www.deanza.edu/studentsucc
    ess/tutorial/
  • Office of College Life http//www.deanza.edu/colle
    gelife/
  • International Student Office www.deanza.edu/intern
    ational/

43
ASSIST
  • www.assist.org
  • Student transfer information
  • UC and CSU lower division major requirements
  • UC, CSU CA community college major finder and
    campus explorer
  • Access UC CSU transferable course lists
  • Access IGETC or CSU GE
  • Good for many UCs and CSUs but not all.

44
Register for Classes
  • See the Academic Calendar for important dates.
  • Get a Schedule of Classes online or at the
    Bookstore and choose your classes.
  • Your date to register will be online after your
    application has been processed. You will receive
    your confirmation of enrollment and other
    important information via e-mail. Please make
    sure your
  • e-mail address is current.
  • Need a free e-mail account?

45
Register for Classes cont.
  • Registration dates are assigned by the total
    number of units completed at De Anza or Foothill
    Colleges only. Foothill students must submit an
    application to De Anza to be eligible for
    registration at De Anza.
  • Register online Check www.myportal.fhda.edu
    for date registration

46
Pay Your Fees!!!!!
  • You will be informed of your fees during the
    online or phone registration process.
  • To calculate your fees ahead of time, use the Fee
    Calculation Worksheet online or in the printed
    Schedule of Classes.
  • Payment may be made online, by mail, our drop
    box, or in person.
  • Fees are payable at the time of registration.
  • Review refund policy for international students
  • Pay ASAP or you will lose your classes (refer to
    payment policy)!

47
Coun 100 Action Plan Check List
  • Take Placement Tests www.deanza.edu/admissions/pla
    cement
  • Register for Classes www.deanza.edu/registration/c
    urrent.html
  • Pay your fees www.deanza.edu/registration/cashier/
    fees.html
  • Obtain your DASB Card
  • Attend Classes
    www.deanza.edu/registration/add-drop.html
  • See a counselor for next quarters Educational
    Plan if needed

48
Reminders
  1. Register for your classes
  2. Pay fees (ASAP)
  3. Buy text books
  4. Take picture for your DASB card
  5. Attend classes (be punctual!)
  6. Be aware of deadlines! (refer to quarter calendar
    dates)
  7. Be aware of different class and college policies

49
Strategies For College Success
  • Take no more than 12 units your first quarter.
    Learn how De Anza works is like taking a class in
    itself
  • Come early to allow time for parking
  • Schedule 2 hours of homework for every unit you
    take
  • Find and get to know one person on campus who
    cares about your survival
  • Learn how to use De Anzas support services and
    resources such as the Tutorial Center, Career
    Center, Transfer Center
  • Set up a daily, weekly, and monthly schedule and
    stick to it. Practice good time management skills

50
Strategies for College Success (Continue)
  • Join at least one study group with other students
  • Meet with your instructors during their office
    hours
  • Choose friends who share your academic values and
    goals
  • If you are undecided in your major, take CLP 70
    or 75
  • Get involved in campus activities, and/or take a
    job on campus. Stay connected to the campus in
    some other way besides the classroom
  • If you cant avoid stress, learn how to live with
    it and reduce stress in healthy ways (exercise,
    nutrition, adequate sleep)

51
continue
  • Recopy your notes and do your homework right
    after class while the information is still fresh
    in your mind.
  • Buy your textbooks the week before the quarter
    starts to avoid long lines
  • Learn how to navigate De Anzas website for the
    information you need
  • See a counselor each quarter to help you with
    your Educational Plan and academic goals
  • Enjoy learning and develop a passion for your
    education.
  • Go to class everyday!!!

52
Courses to consider1st Quarter
  • Bus 10 (5 units)
  • ESL 230Y (4)
  • ESL 254 (3)
  • ESL 260 (3)
  • CLP 70 (4)
  • CLP 75 (1)
  • EWRT 94 (2)
  • ESL 210 (1/2)
  • Huma 50 (4)
  • Huma 20 (4)
  • ICS 7 (4)
  • PE 70A (2)
  • PE 71 (1)
  • COUN 80 (1/2-3)
  • COUN 57 (2)

53
Classes for 1st Quarter (without placement tests)
  • 1. English Development
  • ESL 210 (1/2 unit)
  • ESL 211X (1 unit)
  • ESL 213X (1 unit)
  • ESL 216X (1 unit)
  • ESL 223X (1 unit)
  • ESL 254 (3 units)
  • ESL 260 (3 units)
  • ESL 230Y (4 units)
  • EWRT 77X (2 units)
  • EWRT 81 (1 unit)
  • 2. Arts Humanities
  • INTL 11 (4 units)
  • ICS 45 (4 units)
  • HUMI 16 (4 units)
  • HUMI 15 (4 units)
  • ARTS 2G/INTL 10 (4 units)
  • PHTG 7 (4 units)
  • PHTG 20 (4 units)
  • PHIL 24/ELIT 24 (4 units)
  • ELIT 44 (4 units

54
Classes for 1st Quartercont. (without placement
tests)
  • 3. Social Behavioral
  • ICS 7/SPCH 7 (4 units)
  • ICS 8/WMST 8 (4 units)
  • ICS 4 (4 units)
  • ADMJ 29/ICS 29 (4 units)
  • WMST 12 (4 units)
  • GEO 4 (4 units)
  • SOC 28 (4 units)
  • SOC 35 (4 units)
  • JOUR 2 (4 units)
  • CD 12 (4 units)
  • ES 1 (4 units)
  • 4. GE for AA CSU
  • PE 70A (1 unit) PE 71 (1 unit)
  • HUMA 50 (4 units)
  • HUMA 20 (4 units)
  • CLP 70 (4 units)
  • NUTR 10 (4 units)
  • HLTH 21 (4 units)
  • HLTH 51 (4 units)
  • SPCH 16 (4 units)
  • PSYC 9 (4 units)

55
The Journey begins..
  • De Anza welcomes you!
  • See a counselor when you need help
  • Be active! Be involve on off campus.
  • Explore possibilities...
  • Make time to adjust and enjoy
  • Have a great time!

56
Questions?!
  1. What are the 3 things you have learned today?
  2. What questions do you have about this class or
    about the college process at De Anza?
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