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COLL 101: Syllabus1 College 101: College Success (2 credits) Class InformationQuarter:FALL 2020 (Section: ML, Item #0763) Days/Time: Tuesday & Thursdays: 1:50 pm 2:50 pm Location: Online, Zoom Instructor InformationName: Cobi Seslar, M. Ed. Email: Please email me via Canvas, otherwise [email protected] Required Text and Materials1. College 101 Activity Packet - available through the EVCC Bookstore. 2. Online Textbook - we will be using a free online textbook for this course. (I’ll tell you more about it in class.) You may need to download and print a few excerpts from the chapters throughout the quarter. If needed, you can print from the campus computer labs or library. 3. EVCC Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook - Course Description Develop, understand and apply college success strategies to include college resources and student services, rights and responsibilities, financing college, organization, time management, appreciating diversity, learning strategies, choosing a college major, achieving college goals and preparation for the completion of an academic plan. Course ObjectivesUpon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: 1. Examine and articulate your reasons for attending college, articulate the difference between success strategies in college versus high school, work, etc. and apply these new strategies. 2. Successfully navigate campus resources, services, and technology. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of college terminology and describe the different types of college programs available at EVCC. 4. Demonstrate successful academic behaviors, apply effective learning strategies, and interpret student rights and responsibilities. 5. Identify strategies for financing college. 6. Describe the process and pathways to select a college major and find additional sources for career guidance. 7. Demonstrate the ability to create and revise an up-to-date academic plan in preparation to meet with an academic advisor. 8. Define and discuss the importance of diversity and civility in today’s classroom and community. 9. Navigate and use the college web page including the student kiosk to locate and utilize important information.
COLL 101: Syllabus2 EXPECTATIONS AND CAMPUS RESOURCES Class Structure This is not a lecture-based course. You will be responsible for coming to class ready to discuss and interact with the material, your classmates, and your instructor. Class time will include discussion of the text and supplementary materials, and it will involve group and individual participation in all activities. Techniques of instruction may include mini-lectures, discussion, class activities, group work, collaborative learning, videos, and guest speakers. All students are expected to stay current with weekly readings and assignments. Because this is not a lecture based course, your engagement is critical to your success and your enjoyment in this class!

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