More than 600,000 freshmen at US colleges this year have been enrolled in at least one remedial course (Cloud). , it still severely complicates things. What if students do not have the money to pay for the classes? Banning state money would mean no scholarship money or financial aid, know, it could be a crucial factor to a student’s success. Taking away these courses
Karen, Ellis Course Unv-108 Date August 7, 2013 Instructor Mr. Andrew McBroom Journal entries form 1 1. What motivated you to enroll at GCU and pursue degree in higher education? What motivated me to enroll at GCU was persisted of Mr. Fahad Khan. His calm and willingness personality, to go the extra mile. He helped me through the paperwork process.
“Making the grade at college: choices, stress, and surviving your freshman year” by Dr. Patrick Murphy is extremely insightful in what it takes to succeed in college. I feel as if this article is reliable. Dr. Patrick Murphy is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. He has retired from Oklahoma State University but does still talk to the University’s students from time to time. The article could be considered scholarly as it is published on one of the university’s course websites and authored by someone with a PhD.
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Much has changed within me since first entering campus on August 12th. Through knowledge gained from Western Heritage, I have determined a significant truth: there is more than one way of knowing. While epistemology was only briefly discussed in Western Heritage, its application has been unconsciously evident in class discussions throughout the semester in determining truth. After reading the great works including Plato’s Republic, Galileo, and Kabir to participating in “Explore St. Pete” during Autumn Term, it has become clear that knowledge to ascertain truth can be gained empirically and theoretically using both emotion and reason. Similar to the multiple approaches to nature outlined in our last section, every approach to truth has values and limitations.
Participation in the Seminar is a very important part of this course. It is the one chance that you have each week to interact with your classmates and your instructor real-time. Seminar is a great opportunity to cover course material in a fun and dynamic forum where you can discuss what you’ve learned in each unit and ask questions about topics that you don’t yet understand. Students should actively participate in each seminar. During each seminar, the instructor will be asking students lots of questions from the reading assignments, so there will be many opportunities to answer and to make additional comments or ask questions of your own.
Documentation includes a doctor’s note, notes from employers on their letterhead, police reports, jury summons, and the like. Documentation of an absence must be presented within one week of the absence (or your return to class), or the absence will be considered undocumented. If you are sick or in the hospital and will be absent for an extended period of time, you should have someone contact me so I will know you are still in the class. The instructor reserves the right to consider the absence documentation unacceptable. The second instance of an undocumented absence results in a reduction of your total points for grading by 100 points.
But in my country, I found a job right after I graduated from college. I stayed at the same job until I came here. The process of finding a job in the U.S. is a bit different. To learn about this process, I have used the Internet. I have also taken a course at a nearby college on how to prepare for an interview.
The profession has a wide variety of career paths one can choose to specialize in. The opportunities are endless; to start with one can work in a large corporation, with the government, a small business or a non-profit organization. Some of the jobs available in these fields consist of tax preparing, auditing and financial advisor. Several advisors helped me narrow my search of specialized fields to a few that fit my goals and interests. My local college offers an associates and a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
Running head: DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM INTERVIEWS 2 College of Lake County Dual Credit Program Interviews Charlene Davis North Park University Abstract This will be a discussion of the interviews I conducted for the College of Lake County’s Dual Credit Program and issues associated with the program. It will discuss my interview with the program coordinator, students and two program instructors, along with possible solutions for some issues associated with the program. All of the interviews conducted were done at the College of Lake County with permission from all of the interviewees who were very cooperative and willing to share information about the program and the part