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Title: Advisor Training for Orientation


1
Advisor Training for Orientation Enrollment
May 8 2014
http//www.k-state.edu/nss/advisors.html
2
June 2014 Orientation Enrollment
8 9 10 11 Transfer Orientation Enrollment 12 Orientation Enrollment 13 Orientation Enrollment Wildcat Warm-up 14 Orientation Enrollment Wildcat Warm-up
15 Wildcat Warm-up 16 17 Orientation Enrollment 18 Orientation Enrollment 19 Orientation Enrollment 20 Orientation Enrollment Wildcat Warm-up 21 Orientation Enrollment Wildcat Warm-up
22 Wildcat Warm-up 23 24 Orientation Enrollment 25 Orientation Enrollment 26 Orientation Enrollment 27 Orientation Enrollment Wildcat Warm-up 28 Wildcat Warm-up
29 Wildcat Warm-up
More information about Orientation and Enrollment
can be found at http//k-state.edu/admissions/ori
entation
3
Orientation Enrollment Schedule
  • 800 a.m. Check in at the Union
  • 830 a.m. TIPS sessions/Parent Program
  • 945 a.m. K-State Show/Parent Informational
    sessions
  • 1115 a.m. College Orientation sessions
  • 1200 to 400 p.m. K-State Expo

4
Resources Students will Receive
  • Student Handbook
  • Workbook section
  • Calendar
  • Student Schedule

5
Math Placement
  • In the past students have been pulled out of
    sessions to take the exam
  • If a student does not have a math placement score
    in iSIS they will need to take the math placement
    exam before they are advised

6
June OE Parking
  • Families will receive a parking permit in the
    mail. This permit allows entrance into the garage
    at no cost.
  • The families are able to come and go throughout
    the day as needed with help from attendants

7
Math Placement
ALGEBRA EXAM
CALCULUS EXAM
Score Class Recommendation
9-20 Trigonometry
21-39 Calculus 1
40-50 Calculus 2
Score Class Recommendation
lt15 Math Review
15-20 Intermediate Algebra
21-39 College Algebra
40-50 General Calculus or Trigonometry
8
K-State AlcoholEdu for College program
  • All newly enrolled, degree-seeking students, on
    the Manhattan and Salina campuses who are under
    the age of 22 on the first day of classes are
    required to complete the web-based alcohol
    education program called AlcoholEdu for College.

9
AlcoholEdu for College
  • Two part assessment
  • Part 1 two hour interactive, online educational
    program about alcohol and drinking behavior in
    college
  • Part 2 15 minute follow up assessment,
    completed 30 days after part 1.
  • Students who do not complete the program will not
    be allowed to enroll for Spring 2014.

www.k-state.edu/alcoholedu
10
eID Support
  • eID staff will be available to help students
  • 745am-930am in Union Station
  • 930am-500pm in 214 Hale Library
  • Call 785-532-0803 or 785-532-7722 with questions

11
Language Placement Exams
  • Offered for Spanish, French German
  • 1100am 300pm in 114 Eisenhower
  • Not necessary to make an appointment
  • Students will take placement exam on their own in
    a computer lab near the department office
  • Instructions can be found for students at
    k-state.edu/mlangs/enroll.html

12
Meningitis Vaccinations
  • Meningitis vaccination is required for all
    students who live in the residence halls or
    Jardine Apartments, or a waiver must be signed
  • Meningitis shots will be available on the 1st
    floor of the Union for 99 or at Lafene Health
    Center
  • More information
  • http//www.k-state.edu/lafene/meningitis.htm

13
TB Testing
  • All newly admitted K-State students are required
    by Kansas Statute 65-129e to complete TB
    screening the semester they are entering the
    university.  The easy 4 question TB screening
    will be available through iSIS and must be
    completed before attending classes for Fall 2014. 

14
TB Testing
  • On June 11 students who are already enrolled will
    have a hold placed on their account (TBA hold)
  • Anyone enrolling after June 11 will have the hold
    placed on their account immediately after
    enrolling.

15
TB Testing
  • Students will have to fill out the four question
    survey sent to them in an email in order to add
    or drop classes and be able to enroll in the
    spring 2015 semester

16
TB Testing
  • If a student answers no to all of the questions
    on the survey the hold will be removed
  • If a student answers yes to one of the questions
    a TBI hold will be placed on their account
  • Student will need to call Lafene to schedule
    further testing this message will show in iSIS
  • The hold will not be removed until the student
    calls in and talk to a nurse at Lafene

17
Parking Permits for Students
  • Students may purchase parking permits online
    through iSIS. Parking permit costs are added to
    their tuition bill.
  • If students will live in the residence halls they
    will sign up for a parking permit after they
    receive their housing assignment, which will
    happen after July 1. The permit will be waiting
    for the student in the lobby of their residence
    hall after move-in day.
  • If a student will live off campus they will pick
    up their parking permit in August location is
    listed on their iSIS account.

18
Athletic Passes
  • Students can purchase athletic passes through
    iSIS beginning in early June as long as they are
    pre-registered for orientation and enrollment
  • iCAT tickets are sold out.
  • Students can purchase GA combo for 235 or GA
    football only for 150

19
Textbooks
  • To find textbooks required for each course at
    K-State students may go to www.k-statecampusstore.
    com
  • Students will be able to search for their courses
    by department and then by course and section to
    determine the books they will need

20
K-State First
  • Dr. Greg Eiselein

21
K-State First
  • The universitys first-year experience program
  • Built on the philosophy that A great college
    experience starts with a great first year

22
Key Components
  • First-Year Seminars (83, with 1,650 seats)
  • Learning Communities (25, with 500 seats)
  • KSBN K-State Book Network
  • GPS Guide to Personal Success
  • Also advocacy for first-year students,
    campus-wide connections, assessment, and more

23
FYS Course Characteristics
  • 22 or fewer students, all first years
  • Common outcomes communication, critical
    thinking, application of learning, and community
    building
  • Benefits small class sizes, ample opportunities
    to interact with teachers and other students,
    excellent teachers, active learning co-curricular
    events

24
FYS Course Listing
  • For Fall 2014 60 sections
  • A variety of offerings in the arts humanities,
    the social sciences, and natural sciences.
    Something for everyone!
  • Some great courses to consider
  • MLANG 280 War the Holocaust in 20th C Lit
  • ENVD 210 Art, Architecture, Culture of India
  • HMD 120 Survey of the Hospitality Industry
  • ENTOM 301 Insects and People

25
How to Enroll in a FYS
  • Seats will become available gradually throughout
    June Orientation and Enrollment.
  • Please enroll students in any available spot.
  • If youd really like to enroll a student in a
    section that appears closed for that day, please
    contact Greg.
  • Contact us email kstatefirst_at_k-state.edu or call
    Greg at 785-320-1221 or at 532-7803 (June OE
    only).

26
CAT Communities
  • Learning communities of 22 first-year students
  • Built around a common student interest
  • The cohort take together two regular courses plus
    a one-hour CAT (Connecting Across Topics) Class
  • Each learning community has an undergraduate
    Learning Assistant to assist the instructor

27
CAT Communities for 2014
  • For Fall 2014 25 CAT Communities
  • A variety of learning communities
  • Most are focused on gen ed course connections
  • But some emphasize
  • Pre-professional interests and goals
  • An added residence life experience (with a
    year-long peer mentor!)
  • A once-in-a-lifetime study abroad opportunity
    (with scholarships available!)

28
How to Enroll in a CAT Community
  • Students may already be enrolled before
    orientation, if they have signed up early.
  • When meeting with a student who is interested but
    not yet signed up, make sure the courses fit the
    students schedule and contact Greg.
  • Best bet during June Orientation Enrollment
    email kstatefirst_at_k-state.edu or call Greg at
    785-320-1221.
  • You may also call 532-7803 or send the student to
    our K-State First center in the Union Stateroom.

29
KSBN
  • K-State Book Network
  • University-wide common reading program
  • All first-year students will read the book
  • Whole campus community will be invited to read
    the book and join the network
  • Benefits of a common reading program

30
KSBNs 2014 Book
  • The Ghost Map
  • The Ghost Map is a riveting historical
    illustration of the intertwined histories of
    cholera, cities, and modern scientific inquiry.
    Yet the ideas and lessons in The Ghost Map are
    not simply about the nineteenth-century but also
    about our own contemporary problems from urban
    sprawl to bioterrorism and much more.

31
KSBN Books Events
  • First-year students will get their copies at
    orientation
  • Copies will be also be available for purchase at
    the K-State Union Bookstore, for borrowing
    through Hale and the Sigma Tau Delta lending
    library
  • Watch for the events discussions in the fall
  • Already scheduled An evening with author Steven
    Johnson (Sept 11), a campus-wide game, a faculty
    lecture series, and much more
  • Please talk with students about the book and
    encourage them to join the discussions and events

32
Reminders thank you!
  • Check the website www.k-state.edu/first for
    up-to-date information and course listings
  • Please recommend the FYS courses and CAT
    Communities to your first-year advisees
  • Please enroll each student in only one FYS or CAT
    Community
  • If you have questions, problems, or unique
    circumstances, please call Greg (785-320-1221)
    anytime. We want to help.

33
MAP Works
  • Kevin Cook

34
Academic Assistance Center
Dr. Judith Lynch, Director judylync_at_k-state.edu 10
1 Holton Hall www.k-state.edu/aac
35
Academic Assistance Center Programs
Tutoring Resources
University Experience course
PILOTS program
36
Small group tutoring
37

Walk-in Tutoring
38

Walk-in Tutoring
201 Leasure Accounting, Biology, Chemistry,
Finance, Math, Physics (Sun. Thurs., 530 pm
920 pm) Writing Assistance (Sun., 530 920
pm)
39

Walk-in Tutoring
Kramer Dining Center BIOL 198, CHM 210 230,
ECON 110 120, GEOL 125, FREN 111 112, MATH
thru 221, PHYS 113 114, PSYCH 110, SOCIO 211,
SPAN 161 162, Writing Mon. Fri.,
200 400 pm
40
Supplemental Instruction
Peer-assisted sessions provide regularly-
scheduled, informal review of class material in a
variety of courses such as the following ANTH
200 MATH 205 ANTH 204 PHYS 113 ECON 110
PHYS 114 ECON 120 PSYCH 350 KIN 220 STAT 325
41
www.ksu.edu/aac/tutoring
42
EDCEP 111 University Experience
Offers general orientation to K-State life
Teaches study skills, campus resources, career
decision making, academic planning, and
personal/social issues Counts for K-State 8 in
Ethical Reasoning Responsibility Meets in
lecture/recitation format for 2-3 credit hours
Provides option for academic skills practice in
targeted courses in which student is enrolling
43
University Experience 3 cr.
44
Reserved Seats
Students may be sent to 116 Bluemont to have
University Experience added to their schedules
45
Please contact me if you would like further
training either individually or for your
department.
judylync_at_k-state.edu 101 Holton
Hall 532-6492 www.k-state.edu/aac
46
Achieve academic success
Rebeca Paz, Director, rpaz_at_k-state.edu
101 Holton Hall www.k-state.edu/pilots
47
Pilots is a Freshman Retention program to . . .
  • ? Provide academic structure
  • ? Encourage academic discipline critical
    reasoning
  • ? Offer individual attention
  • ? Assist students in making a strong connection
    to the campus community

48
Pilots has the advantage of . . .
? Smaller classes in social sciences ,
Communications and Mathematics -for more
individual attention ? On the spot tutoring in
the PILOTS study lab ? Personalized advising
throughout the semester ? A community within a
community
Pilots courses have the SAME curriculum as
non-Pilots courses they are not watered down
49
Freshmen benefit from Pilots because they . . .
? Need better study skills and habits ? Need to
improve organizational and time management
skills ? Are not used to asking for help ? Dont
know how to get structured tutoring and guidance
Pilots provides STRUCTURE and teaches the SKILLS
to be successful
50
friends
organizational skills
study skills
confidence
support
motivation
GOOD GRADES!
perseverance
community
  • What did you gain from the Pilots program?

51
A typical class schedule (12-14 cr)
EDCEP 111 UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE (3 cr.)
MATH Math Review Int. Algebra College Algebra
SOCIAL SCIENCE Psychology 110 Sociology
211 History 252 Geography 100
PILOTS STUDY LAB (1 cr.)
PUBLIC SPEAKING
EXPOSITORY WRITING
------------------ or--------------
52
Enrolling Students in Pilots
? Pilots has spaces for up to 200 students ?
Pilots is recommended for students with an ACT
composite of 21 or less ? Pilots is especially
appropriate for first generation and
multicultural students ? Students who want Pilots
must enroll in 101 Holton with the Pilots advisors
53
  • What did you gain from Pilots?
  • Support system
  • Motivation
  • Academic self esteem
  • Best grades I have every earned!
  • Community and confidence
  • I can honestly say that without the great
    support that the Pilots Program had to offer me,
    I would never have come so far in achieving my
    dreams.
  • Major Early Childhood Education with a focus on
    Early Autistic Intervention and Dance
  • Currently A Peer Assistant with the Pilots
    Program

Madison Sha
54
Ryan Vonderhorst
  • What did you gain from Pilots?
  • Great advice
  • Guidance through courses
  • Help with decisions
  • Help adjusting to college as a non-traditional
    student
  • Unique study space
  • Peer-tutors to help with all the basic subjects
  • I look back at Pilots as, academically, the best
    thing that happened to me at KSU.
  • Where is he now?
  • 3rd year Medical Student in Wichita, Kansas for
    KU-SOM

55
  • Pilots provided me the guidance and academic
    support I needed as a first-generation college
    student. Ive developed long-term friendships
    with former students and staff who have supported
    me as an undergraduate student, graduate student
    ad as a professional. Im proud to be a Pilots
    alumna.

Madai Rivera Coordinator of Academic Services and
Diversity
56
Questions?
57
Plan for Success
  • John Kulikowski
  • Andrea Lo

58
Plan for Success Program (P4S)
  • Students admitted by exception

59
Staff
  • John Kulikowski Co-Director and Academic
    Counselor
  • Andrea Lo Co-Director and Academic Counselor

60
Primary Goals
  • Increase retention from freshman year to
    sophomore year
  • Increase student GPA
  • Increase graduation rates

61
Current Admission Requirements
  • 21 on the ACT or
  • top 1/3 of graduating class or
  • Completed all 13 credits of the pre-college
    curriculum with a 2.0 GPA (2.5 out of state)
  • Set out by Kansas Board of Regents will change
    with 2015 summer term enrollment

62
Admission by exception
  • Up to 10 of the incoming class
  • KS Legislature passed a law requiring an
    individual plan for success for each student
    admitted by exception

63
Our program
  • Mandatory for these students to enroll at KSU
  • Based on the concept of intrusive advising
  • Students must sign a learning contract
    noncompliance can lead to dismissal from KSU
  • 1st semester they enroll in the Undergraduate
    Experience course 2 companion courses
  • 13 credit cap for first semester

64
Learning Contract
  • Meet with Academic Counselor every other week
  • Mandatory attendance at all classes
  • Other requirements including enrollment, etc.
  • 2 semester mandatory program, then becomes
    voluntary support for rest of their time at KSU

65
Fall 2014 P4S cohort
  • Looking very similar to 2013
  • Currently, 88 students have been admitted by
    exception
  • Average ACT 19 (range 14-20)
  • Average core credits earned 12 (range 10.5-13)
  • Average core HS GPA 2.65 (range 1.83- 3.75)

66
Fall 2014 P4S cohort by colleges
  • As of today, 41 have enrolled in O/E
  • Agriculture 5
  • Architecture Planning Design 1
  • Arts Sciences 28 (Open Option 21)
  • Business 3
  • Education 1
  • Engineering 0
  • Human Ecology 2
  • Technology (Salina) 1

67
O/E What to know
  • Our program has special enrollment requirements
    for first semester, so we enroll them for first
    semester
  • They will not need an advising appointment at O/E
  • They will have a Plan for Success hold in iSIS
  • All P4S students will be grouped with their
    chosen major, be assigned an academic advisor in
    their college, and participate in O/E activities
    like normal
  • They must meet major requirements (Architecture,
    Engineering)

68
O/E What to know
  • We have worked out programming and O/E logistical
    details with a representative from each college
  • Some colleges have elected to have one-on-one
    advisor visits with these students during O/E
  • Other colleges have asked us to tell our students
    to make appointments with their academic advisors
    3-4 weeks into the semester

69
Fall 2013 cohort GPA Data
70
Fall 2013 cohort GPA Data
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For more information
  • Contact us
  • 101 Holton Hall
  • X26492
  • andreamlo_at_ksu.edu
  • johnkulikow_at_ksu.edu
  • Advising Institute on May 20

72
THANK YOU!
  • We value and appreciate the time you spend to
    help make Orientation Enrollment special for
    new K-State students. We recognize that some
    students attending the program are still
    undecided about their final college choice and
    the experience they have will help make that
    difference. Thank you in advance and please feel
    free to contact John at jclantz_at_k-state.edu with
    any questions about June Orientation
    Enrollment.
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