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Enroll for Summer

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Hi everyone!

Today’s post will be a quick one. I wanted to remind you all that yesterday course registration for summer opened. If you haven’t picked out your courses yet, get on the ball and get it done! If you don’t do it soon, you may not end up taking the classes you want or getting a schedule that works well for you.

If you haven’t ever taken summer courses and are nervous that it’ll be too much work, don’t be. It’s just like taking a regular course, just over a shorter period of time. I’d recommend taking at least two courses and no more than four courses over the summer. The reason why I say no more than four courses is that you don’t want to overload yourself with homework, since you will have to get it done in a shorter period of time.  Luckily, most teachers understand the time constraint, and they plan their curriculum accordingly. I took two courses last summer, and the workload was not hard to manage at all.

Taking courses over the summer is a great way to be productive and get ahead of the game.  You should definitely consider it as an option if you haven’t already.

The First Day Back

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Ah…reflecting back on the first few weeks of class. One would think that after three semesters at SCF (if you count summer) that I would be an expert at making my way around, but no. I still manage to feel like Elle Woods on her first day at Harvard. It didn’t help that all my classes are in buildings I have never been in before. I ended up getting lost looking for one of my classes, and I arrived a little bit late. Great. Then there was the added, anxious thought of “Am I in the right class?” even though I had checked the schedule about five times to make sure there were no changes or mistakes. This dreaded thought did not fade away until the teacher finally walked in and said the name of the class. Anyway, I’m rambling. I wanted to give some first-day-of-class tips for any new students at SCF.

1. Write down the location and time of your class: This just helps to keep you on track and in the right place. Do I really need to explain why this is important?

2. Look at a

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map of the campus the day before class starts: I always forget what building is where, so every semester I check the map of the campus to see where all my classes are.

3. Get to class on time: Make a good first impression. You should

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be punctual everyday, but the first day is especially important.

4. Take a folder: A lot of teachers will give you their syllabus on the first day. You don’t want that poor syllabus to get all wrinkled, do you? Of course not. Taking a folder will help you keep everything nice and neat. I always seem to forget to take a folder on the first day, and I always regret it. Don’t be like me, and don’t forget that folder!

5. Take a notepad or a notebook: You may need to take notes in some classes, or you might want to write yourself a reminder for something. For these reasons, it doesn’t hurt to have a small notebook or notepad on hand (don’t forget your pen).

6. Don’t buy all the books before the first day: If there’s a class you’re unsure of, then don’t buy the book just yet. Go to the first class and see how it goes. If you don’t think you’ll be dropping it within the first week, then buy the book for the next class. Also, some teachers use the books more than others. It would be a waste to spend a lot of money on a book you might not use, so ask your teachers how much they use the book before you buy it.

7. Ask questions: It’s not a good idea to start the semester with a confused look on your face. If you don’t understand something, ask about it. Teachers don’t bite. Chances are, someone had the exact same question you

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Alright everyone, I think that’s a good amount of tips to get you started. I hope they help. If you are nervous, it’s ok. The first day is always a bit awkward. At least, for me it is. Anyway, have a great semester. :)

 

 

 

SCFmobile

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This morning I woke up to an email in my inbox. It was from the school, and it brought exciting news. Apparently, just released is an app for both the iPhone lovers, and the Android junkies too. It’s called SCFmobile.

Once I opened up the App Store on my iPhone, I looked it up and downloaded it. I can honestly tell you that it does indeed make life a LOT easier.

You know those times where you are anxiously awaiting your grade to be posted on ANGEL, and you try and get your grade from your phone? This app is great because it has an interface, that takes you straight to SCFconnect with literally one tap! From there just sign in and proceed to ANGEL just like you are on the good old desktop. It really makes it easy to check your grades, send email to your professors, or just

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There are also other icons I find useful. They include a staff directory button, where you can simply search for your professor and make a call or email to them without the hassle of getting to a desktop to do the same deed. It’s great how now the functionality of the SCF website has just grown.

Other great features of this new app include Courses, Maps, News, Videos, Images, an Emergency Contact for the school, and even access to the SCF Library. This app is amazingly useful to me, and I already find it hard to believe I was able to function without it.

Seriously though, cliches aside, this is a great app. Plus, at the stunningly low cost of FREE, you can’t beat it for what it is. Who knows, maybe with time they will even include a

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what is it about this semester?

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Is the health care debate wearing me down? Is it the recent norovirus flu I had that is messing me up? Am I lazy? overloaded/worked? anxious to graduate? What is it that is causing me to fall behind is just about EVERYTHING! Am I just looking for a way to not do work, or am I really overloaded with work? I feel stressed out,

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and I swear I am doing the best I can.

I never tried to push myself to the limit, though. I never added more and more on until it was too much. Thus, I have not known just how much I could handle until now. This, of course, is pertaining to responsibilities of work/school load. Trust me, I have had heavy loads before – as we all have. It seems heavy loads is a way of life.

I try to balance my responsibilities vs. entertainment. It seems responsibilities are so great and in such large quantities that I have no entertainment time; and yet, I force entertainment time. I refuse to not be entertained.

I apologize for being quiet this month. I am doing what I can.

Pizza with the President on the Venice campus has been cancelled at this time. It was supposed to be Tuesday, March 23rd. I have not heard of a new date yet.

I hope no one else feels stressed like I do from the work load. Six more weeks left; that’s all! (Seven if you include Finals week.)

I am graduating this semester, but it feels so far away even though it is seven weeks away.

This blog seems just as sporadic as my semester is/has been.

“Portal: A door, or entrance”

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SCF has added a new facet to their website called SCFconnect, or The Portal. I personally like the word portal better, because it makes me think of teleporting myself. In a sense, the new portal does just that. When I first logged into the new system and looked around, it struck me: there is so much that SCF was doing that I didn’t know about!

The first thing that stuck out was the email. I didn’t have to sign into my email account separate, it was right there in a box on the screen! When I get a bill from my car insurance company, however, this isn’t quite as exciting. Then I switched tabs to the Student section. I found a lot of helpful links, like Angel is there front and center. I’m told that we won’t have to log in to Angel anymore either, once they progress to the second step of SCFconnect.

The part that I really geeked out on was the announcements in the Student section. I scrolled down and saw info about the Student Wellness Program, which I’d heard about but never gave it much thought. It turns out you can participate in health events (exercise, fundraiser walks, dental cleanings, etc) and earn points which you turn in at the end of the semester for prize drawings and tuition drawings! Turns out I do need to clean

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To further my journey was the Student Finances area that had a really helpful little spot for financial aid. Actually the whole page had FAFSA facts, deadlines, and links to SCF foundation scholarships which I was amazed to find so many listings of scholarships available. They’re available to students transferring out of SCF as well!! Deadlines for that are April 1, 2010 and March 14, 2010 respectively.

Then I went to the Library tab, where I found the online databases right there for everyone to see. Not hidden away anymore, within a series of clicks and quirks. Ah, researching will now be a breeze.

The last section is the My Tab. Hehe. I was able to go in (under the tiny link at the top called ‘content layout’) and put the “Word of the Day” in there, the Wellness Program, and the weather. I religiously check the weather every morning, so that will be handy. I just have to figure out how to paste a picture of myself in the middle of the screen now.

Oh man, I could talk about the portal for quite awhile. The new change was a fantastic one. I can’t wait to see how else they fine tune it, and what else will be added. I’m sure I’ll have more to say, once I stumble onto the other points of the portal. In the mean time, it will be 74 degrees on Monday, and I won’t be stranded indoors. Mwhahaa.

Power of a Student Development Advisor

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I remember my first semester at MCC. I’d selected four classes and felt a little in the dark over which ones I needed for my degree. At the end of the semester I went to see a Student Development Advisor to ask for help on classes for the following semester. I came to find out that most of the classes I took I didn’t need to take! Granted, I did change my degree after semester two… but I should’ve gone to visit the Advisor before I started my first semester.

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The Advisors are located in buildings 1 and 100 – the same place you go to register as a student. They help you with choosing your classes in order to graduate in your major. They also help you to choose your major when you’re unsure, as well as electives you may enjoy even if you’re fulfilling a liberal arts degree. Another extremely helpful thing is that they can look into the University you plan to attend next and make sure you take the proper classes for a smooth transfer!
One last word of advice on the subject is that you need to visit the Advisor every semester! You can even visit them now to plan for next fall or summer courses. They may be quietly stashed away in the Student Services Buildings but they can do so many things for your future career.

What a week…

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Wow! What a week, I feel like I’m the busiest I’ve ever been. I can’t believe this semester is already down to the last several weeks. I’ve found my time being consumed with more projects and already concerning myself with preparing for finals. I have also taken on additional responsibilities concerning work, which has been stressful but exciting.

This week has also been exciting with signing up for new classes. I love planning and figuring out what’s next to keep reaching my goals. I mostly love the planning part of this time of year. I have been known to help friends figure out the classes they need to take and the schedule that works best for them. I have found that it is so important to stay focused and organized during this time of year and at this point in the semester especially considering that the holidays are right around the corner. So let’s try to stay focused and finish successfully in the end!