On Line Scavenger Hunt with answers

B getting started i find two topics that might be of

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b. Getting Started: i. Find two topics that might be of importance to you while at TCC. Is the information helpful and current? Yes, it is helpful and current. I used this part of TCC’s website when I registered for the 1st time. c. Cost & Aid: i. FAQ: If you are currently receiving Financial Aid, how can you check the status of your financial aid? Go to the SFA Portal. Note your username and passwords are di ff erent than others.
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You can check the status of your financial aid by going to your TCC portal, I do it before every semester. d. About TCC: i. Careers at TCC. Look into Administrative/Sta ff Opportunities. Are there any positions you might consider applying for? I might consider applying to be a tutor next semester. e. You may want to start exploring your career choice or start to build a resume. Note the date, time and place of the TCC Volunteer Fair. October 18th from 10:30a.m. to 1p.m. f. In the meantime, you are very interested in finding next Quarter’s classes. Under Class Schedule, note all the various ways you can request information. When might it help you narrow down some of your decisions? I do not have to narrow down any decisions since I have a strict school plan that I am following. g. Check out English 095. How many sections are there? What’s the di ff erence? YIKES! Now, Check out Math 095. What do you notice? What does GHA mean? Are either good choices for you?
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