Fall Syllabus - T ransfer Success Seminar GEB4930 Fall 2010 INSTRUCTOR Jaime Little M.Ed Email [email protected] Office

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Transfer Success Seminar GEB4930 - Fall 2010 INSTRUCTOR: Jaime Little, M.Ed. Email: [email protected] Office hours/location: 267 Stuzin, (352) 273-0165 Hours by appointment CLASS MEETING: Fridays 3 rd Period OR 4 th Period 101 Stuzin Hall REQUIRED TEXTS: NONE COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to assist your transition into the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business. Warrington Welcome emphasizes the development of academic and personal skills supporting success in the College, as well as familiarizes you with campus resources. Active participation in learning, including openly discussing student issues, will help you make the most of this experience. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Warrington Welcome connects students to key resources at the University of Florida: a faculty/staff member who is committed to transfer student success; a group of peer leaders who are experienced in the challenges of making a successful transition from the community college; and your peers. Specific objectives for students include the development of: 1) Skills for academic and personal success; 2) An appreciation for and commitment to being a part of a diverse learning community; 3) The personal, social, emotional, and intellectual skills necessary for involvement in leadership and service throughout the student’s career in the university community; and 4) Acclimation to the Warrington College of Business and connection with the College and its’ specific available resources. ACADEMIC HONOR SYSTEM: The Honor Code : We, the members of the University of Florida community, pledge to hold ourselves and our peers to the highest standards of honesty and integrity. Pledge : On all work submitted for credit by students of the University of Florida, the following pledge is either required or implied: “On my honor, I have neither given nor received unauthorized aid in doing this assignment.” Please note that violations of this Academic Honor System will not be tolerated. Specifically, these instructors will
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Fall Syllabus - T ransfer Success Seminar GEB4930 Fall 2010 INSTRUCTOR Jaime Little M.Ed Email [email protected] Office

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