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3 WWelcome to D elta College New Student Online Orientation. This orientation is broken up into 7 parts with a short quiz at the end of each section. This orientation should take about 30 to 45 minutes to complete. IIt is very important to complete the student questionnaire at the end of this orientation so you can receive credit towards your priority registration. Once you finish the questionnaire you will be prompted to schedule a New Student Group Counseling Appointment for your Abbreviated Educational Student Plan (ASEP). O nce you have started the orientation there is no way to save and come back later. Also if you leave your computer idle for more than 5 minutes the orientation will start over. Good luck and Welcome to San Joaquin Delta College!

4 Matriculation is a process that the college implements to help students become successful and understand the college process better. There are three core matriculation requirements that are mandatory and must be completed in order. 1. Assessment 2. Orientation 3. Counseling Part 1

5  Priority registration determines when a student registers for classes.  Classes fill up very fast at Delta College so priority registration is very important.  Many factors can help a student gain priority registration like special programs, units completed, and GPA.  However, until the three CORE requirements (Assessment, Orientation, Counseling) are completed then a student cannot receive priority registration. Part 1

6  Priority Registration determines when a student registers for classes.  Priority Registration dates and times are calculated based on a point system. There are many factors used to determine these dates.  However, majority of the points are based on the calculation of units completed, grade point average, and being identified as member of a “special” group. Part 1

7 * Remember to read all the information given, because it is important to know! Click to review correct response.

8 After assessment what is the next step in the matriculation process? Financial Aid Find a Job Enroll in class Orientation

9 Click to move onto Part 2!

10 Registration means enrolling in classes. All registration is done online. Part 2

11 1. From the Delta College home page, www.deltacollege.edu, click on the registration tab, then click Online Registration. Read all information and instructions carefully. 2. LOGIN: Enter your Delta ID and PIN (Personal Identification Number). 3. If this is the first time you are logging in then you will be prompted to fill out a short survey. 4. After you complete the survey you will be routed to your homepage. If you scroll down half way you will see your registration date. Part 2

12 1. From the Delta College home page, www.deltacollege.edu, click “Register” on the top right, then click “Online Registration”. Read all information and instructions carefully. 2. LOGIN: Enter your Delta ID and PIN (Personal Identification Number). 3. Select the desired registration term. Example: Fall 14, Spring 15 4. Add classes from the Open Class List. Identify desired course and select the “Add To Class” option. (If the class is full and space is still available on the Wait List, click the “Add To Wait List” option. Enrolling on the Wait List will not guarantee a spot into the class, however you are still required to attend the first day of class. Your attendance will determine whether you enter the official class roster or not.) The registration system will prevent time conflicts, multiple registrations in the same course, and placement on multiple wait lists. 5. Print your schedule. It will show the fees you currently owe.

13 This is what you should see once you login to register! Part 2

14 Mustang Pass cost $10. Mustang Pass is the Delta college ID card. $10 dollar fee includes discounts at bookstore, cafeteria, and other local businesses. Prior to paying enrollment fee students can opt out of paying the fee by submitting a form to admissions. If you chose to opt out you will not receive the card or the beneifts. If interested in Mustang Pass please visit Shima 101F. Part 2

15  Once you click on open class schedule from the registration page you will see a list of all open classes in alphabetical order like below. Example: If you click on Psychology then you will be directed to a page that will show you the different course offerings for Psychology. Part 2

16 Psychology course options After talking with a counselor you should have a good idea which class(es) you should choose to satisfy your goals. Psychology Example: If you decide to take Psychology 1, click on the Psychology 1 link and you will be directed to the class schedule. The class schedule is where you can choose the days and times you would like to attend the course. Part 2

17 16 When viewing the course sections, you can see which class works best for you. You are given information such as the Days & Times, Units Location, Room, and Instructor Days & TimesUnits, LocationRoom Instructor. Part 2

18 17 Pay attention to course prerequisites and assessment level prerequisites Part 2

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20 * Remember to read all the information given, because it is important to know! Click to review correct response.

21  What is the only way to register for classes? In PersonRegister by ballot Online At the counseling desk

22 Click to move onto Part 3!

23 The State of California ( Board of Governors Grant – BOG (Fee Waiver) has provided an assistance program to waive the enrollment fee for California resident students who qualify. All students are encouraged to apply for this waiver. YOU MAY QUALIFY! You can apply online at: https://secure.cccapply.org/BOG_Waiver/ or Download the form from Delta’s website at http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/finaid/forms/index.html. Forms can be returned to the Financial Aid Service Window or Financial Aid Drop Box. To attend a Financial Aid Workshop contact the E- Services Lab at (209)954-5151 Part 3

24 Financial Aid – Free Money for College that you don’t have to pay back. Financial Aid is designed to help meet direct educational expenses. This includes tuition, books, supplies, transportation, and related living costs. Students may apply for grants, student loans, employment programs, and scholarships. You can apply for Financial Aid @ www.FAFSA.ed.gov Part 3

25 If you applied for Financial Aid, you must check your status on the Delta College Home Page. Follow the steps below. 1. From the Delta Homepage click on Services and Support. 2. Click on Financial Aid, Scholarships & Veterans Services 3. Click on “Key Tasks” Tab 4. Click on “Check My Application Status” Once logged in check to see your status. There could be forms that still need to be completed and returned to the Financial Aid office to complete your application. Part 3

26 Payment may be made by:  By Cash: At the Admission and Records Window  MasterCard or Visa payments online only. Visit Delta’s Admission and Records website http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/ar/index.html  Check or Money Order mailed to: San Joaquin Delta College ATTN: Admissions 5151 Pacific Avenue Stockton, CA 95207-6370 Pay-to-Stay Policy: Tuition and enrollment fees are due at the time of registration. However, students have 10 business days from the date they register into classes to pay all tuition and/or enrollment fees or have been approved for a BOG Fee Waiver, otherwise the registration system will automatically drop them from class(es). For more information, please visit the Admissions & Records. 10 Part 3

27 * Remember to read all the information given, because it is important to know! Click to review correct response.

28 How many business days are you given to pay for your class or classes before the system drops you? 12 10 20 3

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30  To remain in “good standing” a student must maintain a 2.0 GPA and complete at least 50% of units attempted.  Academic Probation: When overall GPA falls below a 2.0.  Progress Probation: Fail to complete 50% or more units attempted.  If you have 3 consecutive semesters of Academic or Progress Probation: Student is dismissed from college.  You will lose priority registration points, which means that you will have a later registration date.  If you are having difficulty in a course, see a counselor ASAP. Part 4

31 1. A student who is on academic probation shall be subject to dismissal if the student earned a cumulative grade point average of less than 2.0 in all units attempted in each of three consecutive semesters. 2. A student who has been placed on progress probation shall be subject to dismissal if the percentage of units in which the student has been enrolled for which entries of “W,” “I,” and “No Credit”and “No Pass”is recorded reaches or exceeds fifty percent in at least three consecutive semesters. 3. Reinstatement after Dismissal: - A dismissed student may, after the lapse of one semester, petition for and be granted reinstatement under the following conditions: a) Verification by a counselor that the student, through no fault of that student, has been enrolled in a curriculum which is not adapted to that student's needs, interests, and abilities. b) Verification by a medical or clinical authority that failure to achieve has been due to medical or emotional disability which has had sufficient correction to enable significant change in performance for the better. c) Verification by a counselor that failure to perform satisfactorily has been the result of family or financial stress. d) The student is able to show good cause for exception to stated reasons for dismissal. Part 4

32 Plagiarism is an act or instance of using or closely imitating the language and thoughts of another author without correctly sighting where the language or thoughts originated. Students must be careful and cautious when writing papers in their classes. If an Instructor finds that a student has plagiarized the school can take action against the student. For workshops on how to avoid plagiarism, please contact the Delta College Library. Part 4

33 * Remember to read all the information given, because it is important to know! Click to review correct response.

34 You can be placed on Academic Probation if your GPA falls below? 1.5 3.04.0 2.0

35 Click to move onto Part 5!

36  The purpose of the academic assessment is to ensure that each student’s educational experience with Delta College is productive and rewarding. Assessments are offered during the day and evening before classes start and throughout the term. Students must make an appointment to take the Assessment Test. To schedule an appointment, from the homepage, click on “ Online Tools ” (top right hand corner) and select “ Assessment Compass Evaluation (ACE) Appointment System ”, then input required information.  Priority seating will be given to students who have the appointment confirmation page with them at the time and date of the test. You must provide a picture I.D. and your Delta I.D. number at the time of assessment. The results will help in placement for courses appropriate to academic levels. Part 5

37 1:00pm-3:00pm ONLY! Part 5

38  A student who wishes to challenge a prerequisite or co- requisite may submit a “Matriculation Appeals Petition”. The petition is forwarded to the Division chairperson who will seek faculty consultation as necessary. Make an appointment with a counselor to start the petition process.  A student whose Matriculation Appeals Petition is denied at the first level review may appeal to the Matriculation Appeals Committee at the second level review. Please see a counselor for more information. Part 5

39 * Remember to read all the information given, because it is important to know! Click to review correct response.

40 How many days must a student wait for a first retake of the assessment test? 10 20 30 40

41 Click to move onto Part 6!

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43 The Transfer Center provides a variety of support services for students making the transition to a four-year college or university. Transfer services and resources include:  Guidance 20 – Transition to University life.  Transfer application and scholarship materials.  Individual appointments with representatives from UC, CSU and Independent colleges.  Directories to investigate college majors and four-year institutions.  Internet access to articulation agreements, UC and CSU websites, calendar of events and activities.  Annual Transfer Day and College Night program. Delta College CSU, UC or Independent College Part 6

44 * Remember to read all the information given, because it is important to know! Click to review correct response.

45 What is the highest degree that can be earned at Delta College? A Certificate of Achievement An AA/AS degree A Masters DegreeA BA/BS Degree

46 Click to move onto Part 7!

47 Part 7 Career Tranfer Center  DeRicco 219 http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/transferctr/index.html Counseling Services  DeRicco 234 http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/guidance/index.html DSPS  DeRicco 234 http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/dsps/index.html EOPS  DeRicco 234 http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/eops/index.html

48 Part 7 Financial Aid  DeRicco Main Lobby Service Window http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/finaid/index.html Learning Disabilities  DeRicco 113 Math/ Science Center  Shima 217 http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/tutor/index.html Reading/Writing Center  Holt 201 http://www.deltacollege.edu/dept/rwlcenter/index.html

49  Textbooks can be purchased or rented at the college bookstore  They may also be purchased on-line  Used books are 25% less than new books  Average book is $100-$150  Books can be returned at the end of the semester for cash (at best 50% back)  To view the cost of books for you classes go http://bookstore.deltacollege.edu/home.aspx Part 7

50  Within 24 hours after processing your Application for Admissions, a student e-mail address is assigned to each new student. All correspondence from Admissions & Records and Financial Aid, as well as other important campus information, is e-mailed to students at their Delta College e-mail address. It is therefore strongly recommended that the student check his/her e-mail account on a weekly basis. Students can read, print, save, forward and/or delete e-mail messages.  It is the student’s responsibility to maintain the contents of his or her e-mail account to ensure that the total size of the e-mail messages within the account does not exceed 90% of the quota.  A student will be notified on login when he/she is within 75% of the e-mail quota and by e- mail when his/her account reaches 85% of the quota. If the size of the account exceeds 90% of the quota, the contents of the account will be administratively reduced by deleting the oldest e-mail(s). Part 7

51 1. Log into “Online Registration” from the Delta College homepage. Your login is your Delta ID or your social security number, and your password is your date of birth entered as mmddyy. - If you get a message that says, “We were unable to validate your login OR it has been too long since your last interaction,” that means your Application for Admission has not yet been processed. - For questions concerning your Application for Admission, please contact admissions@deltacollege.edu. 2. Once you successfully log on to online registration, under the “Welcome” information, your new student e-mail address appears. It will be the first initial of your first name followed by your last name and three randomly assigned numbers. This is followed by “@students.deltacollege.edu”. - For example, John Smith’s login could be jsmith321. Your password is your date of birth entered as mmddyy or the PIN number you have created. Part 7

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53 * Remember to read all the information given, because it is important to know! Click to review correct response.

54 What time can you make a counseling appointment online? After 10amAfter 8am AnytimeAfter 2pm

55 Click to finish!

56  Only an example. Once you fill out the information page and submit this is what the confirmation page will look like. Confirmation page will be sent to your Delta College email. Please continue on.

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