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ACE Junior Workshop Leadership 101 (Feb 20, 2010) ACE PLUS Program Workshop Itinerary 11:30-11:50am ~ Lunch in the Pavilion 11:50-12:00pm ~ Greetings and Announcements Ace Facebook Page Classroom Feedback New ACE Email Registration Sign-up 12:00-12:45pm~ 1 ST Break-out Group Session (Leadership Workshop w/ Chantel ) Room : SC-140 1:00-1:45pm~ 2 nd Break-out Group Session (ACE In Your FACE Workshop) Room: C110 1:45-2:00pm~ Evaluations General Workshop Survey The ACE PLUS Leadership 101 Workshop is intended to provide you with the proper tools for academic success.
ACE In Your FACE Workshop Itinerary * Laura: Welcome Announcements ACE Email Account Student Awards Desired Workshops Survey Registration February 23rd-March 25 th Online Student Center Handbook Absences & Tardiness Dropping Classes Library Textbooks Raffle Giveaway Registration ACE Juniors Registration dates for Summer 2010: Feb 23- March 25, 2010 Deadline to register &/or make any changes: May 1, 2010 Actual start date of CGCC Pre-Registration: March 3, 2010 Group Advisement sessions: CUSD separate from GPS/Higley/Queen Creek Please sign up for a session before you leave (parents are welcome) Individual appointments: please call 857.5142 or email@example.com@cgcmail.maricopa.edu You are welcome to browse the Summer & Fall 2010 Class Schedule. Online at: www.cgc.edu Online Student Center It is imperative that you check your student center frequently. The Online Student Center can be accessed through the Chandler-Gilbert Community College homepage. The Online Student Center should be used to Check your class schedule Check midterm and final grades Request official and unofficial transcripts ($5.00 fee) Change personal contact information Students should recheck their class schedule repeatedly before classes start. There are many last minute changes that can occur, i.e., class cancelation, room and date changes.
CRITERIA FOR ACE PARTICIPANTS STUDENT AFFAIRS AWARD 1. Leadership/Communication Skills How does the ACE student demonstrate leadership at any level in their life? What initiatives has the ACE student communicated for the good of the students, college or program? 2. Academics How does the student interact and engage in the classroom learning environment and how does the student seek ‘outside the box’ solutions to college and personal situations through their learning and academics? 3. Service Learning How does the student go ‘above and beyond’ immediate academic responsibilities and applies himself/herself to adult decision making and problem solving to help in the college community? 4. Contribution and Connection to the Program and Campus How does the student contribute and connect to the education and personal lives of others? Please complete the following information, attach your one page summary (not to exceed 75 words) to this application & then submit (see directions below). ACE Student’s Name ___________________________________________________ Nominated By_________________________________________________________ Phone Number: Email: Summary (use the back of this page or attach a separate sheet to this one): Explain why you are nominating the ACE student. (No more than a single page, (not to exceed 75 words) please). Include how the student exemplifies the above criteria (Leadership, Academic, Service, and Contribution to the college and the community). Thank You! To submit your nomination: Print this form complete as instructed above, send it to the ACE Office, attention: Laura Matyas. Please call for any questions or concerns to 480-732-7205.
ACE PLUS Program Handbook Guidelines Dropping & Adding Classes Always inform the ACE staff when you have decided to drop or add a class. Making class changes after the semester has begun is risky. You class of choice may be full and/or you choices may be limited A result of not communicating with the ACE office when dropping and adding classes may inevitably result in a permanent “F” on your transcripts as well as repaying the ACE Program for your tuition cost. Textbooks Student and/ or parents are responsible for textbooks cost. If you are having trouble obtaining a textbook contact the ACE staff immediately. Students who attend class without a book may be withdrawn from the course. CGCC Library The CGCC library is a resource that should be used diligently. If you are having trouble obtaining a textbook many teachers will reserve a copy for their students to use in the library. The reserved course textbook in the library is not a permanent solution for not obtaining a textbook. The reserve can only be checkout for 2 hours per person. Absences & Tardiness The average professor automatically drops a student with 2 or 3 absences. Being dropped will result in a “W”- drop passing, or “Y”– drop failing. A “Y” is the same as receiving an “F”. In the event of an emergency immediately contact your instructor and the ACE staff to keep us abreast of your situation. If you know in advance you will be absent from class, inform your instructor immediately to find out what you will miss. Summer school attendance is crucial due to the condensed time: missing 1 class = missing 1 week Fall and Spring attendance is equally crucial, missing one class = missing two classes.
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