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Welcome Students & Parents! Dr. John G. Inman Dean of Enrollment Services and Registrar Enrollment Services encompasses four areas: Admissions, Registrar,

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1 Welcome Students & Parents! Dr. John G. Inman Dean of Enrollment Services and Registrar Enrollment Services encompasses four areas: Admissions, Registrar, Financial Aid and Academic Advising Topics for this session Academic Policies Faculty Advisor Meetings

2 Registrar’s Office Coordinates student registration, maintains student academic records and certifies students for graduation Mr. Fred Lang – Assistant Registrar Mrs. Jane Deitrick – Assistant to the Registrar Mrs. Debbie Timblin – Staff Assistant Office Location - Crawford Hall Ground Floor

3 Academic Advising Office Assists students who have been experiencing academic difficulties, placed on academic probation, or need to find a tutor Mrs. Kathy Leonard – Director of Academic Advising Office Location – Career Services Office in Physical Learning Center (PLC)

4 Mission of Grove City College Rigorous Academics Authentically Christian Amazing Value Academic Policies

5 Bulletin Available online in July (Academics) Distributed in August You will be held to these requirements Become familiar with your General Education and Major Specific requirements

6 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Civilization Biblical Revelation Philosophy Literature Music and the Arts Political Science

7 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Explore the relationship between science, religion, technology, faith and ethics

8 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Economics Education History Political Science Psychology Sociology

9 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Quantitative/Logical Reasoning 6 hours Two math courses or One math or statistics course and a specific philosophy or computer programming course

10 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Quantitative/Logical Reasoning 6 hours Natural Sciences 8 hours Two courses with laboratories: Biology Chemistry Physics Only one course in each area

11 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Quantitative/Logical Reasoning 6 hours Natural Sciences 8 hours Physical Education 2 hours Two semester course Separate sections for men and women

12 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Quantitative/Logical Reasoning 6 hours Natural Sciences 8 hours Physical Education 2 hours Foreign Language 6 hours Two courses at the intermediate level Language exemption

13 General Education Requirements Foreign Language Requirement Language Exemption 3 years in high school of the same modern, widely-spoken foreign language with a “B” average or better AP test scores for Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish language or CLEP Level 2 exams in French, German and Spanish Exempt Majors: Biochemistry- Chemistry- Industrial Management Biology- Computer Science- Music Molecular Biology - Elec or Mech Engineering- Physics Required to complete 201 & 202 course sequence (6 hours) May need to begin with 101/102 sequence (+6 hours = 12 hours total) Students may drop back one level at the option of the Language Department within 1-week after midterms

14 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Quantitative/Logical Reasoning 6 hours Natural Sciences 8 hours Physical Education 2 hours Foreign Language 6 hours Two courses at the intermediate level Language exemption

15 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Quantitative/Logical Reasoning 6 hours Natural Sciences 8 hours Physical Education 2 hours Foreign Language 6 hours 40 hours Writing Intensive Info. Literacy Intensive

16 General Education Requirements Writing Competency Minimum Requirement SAT-Verbal or SAT II Writing Test Score of 500 or less ACT-English test Score less than 20 Enrolled in ENGL 102 A – Effective Writing Please don’t drop this course Engineers plan to take a writing course during the summer

17 General Education Requirements Humanities Core 18 hours Science, Faith and Technology 3 hours Foundations of the Social Sciences 3 hours Quantitative/Logical Reasoning 6 hours Natural Sciences 8 hours Physical Education 2 hours Foreign Language 6 hours 40 hours Major Specific Requirements Specialized courses in your area of study 128 hour minimum required for graduation Major Status Sheet Writing Intensive Info. Literacy Intensive Speaking Intensive

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19 Major Requirements 41 majors offered 27 in Calderwood School of Arts and Letters 14 in Hopeman School of Science, Engineering & Math Requirements and course descriptions in Bulletin Detail covered this morning during faculty advising sessions Transfer Credit College credit is accepted for accredited transfer courses as well as AP, CLEP and IB credits Use the Credit Policies sheet to help you plan

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21 Registrar’s Web Site - Forms & Docs Advising GuidesSummer Preview

22 Summer Preview Page Home Page

23 Registrar’s Web Site - Forms & Docs Advising GuidesSummer Preview

24 Advising Guides Home Page

25 Campus & myGCC Portal myGCC Portal - https://my.gcc.edu/ics Campus announcements Academic, financial, student and career is your “official” college address Off-campus access via WebMail service: https://webmail.gcc.edu

26 Academic Probation What happens if your QPA falls below a 2.00? Mid-term grade report Final grade report Who should I speak with? Professors, Advisors, Registrar’s Office and Parents When should you seek advice? Sooner, not later What happens next spring if my QPA is under a 2.00? Remember, we’re in this together!

27 Morning Schedule 10:00 AM - Everyone meets with faculty advisors Discuss academic major/career Review individual freshman schedule Complete Drop/Add form (if necessary) 11:00 AM - Students go to the HAL Atrium ID photos taken then gather in the Breen Student Union Registrar’s Office staff available to answer questions 11:00 AM - Parents return to Pew Fine Arts Center Parents’ Information Session Q&A for parents by parents

28 Faculty Advisor Meetings 10:00-10:45 am in Hall of Arts & Letters Advisors available until 11:15 am Full-time course schedules created for all students 16 credit hours is average course load Major specific courses assigned Closed Majors Biology Elementary Education Molecular Biology Mechanical Engineering

29 Student Schedule

30 Important Dates for Next Fall New students arrive on Thursday, August 27 First day of classes – Monday, August 31 Classes begin at 8:00 AM Drop/Add Period Begins on Friday, August 28 for Freshmen Ends on Friday, September 4 at 5:00 PM Last Day to Withdraw from a Class Wednesday, October 28 at 5:00 PM After that date, a “WF” grade will be issued

31 Student Information/Forms Please review and complete all information Student Data Form Make sure all information is correct Return all forms to the registration table in Pew Fine Arts Center by 4:00 PM

32 MajorBuildingRoom # AccountingHall of Arts & Letters314 Biology/Molecular Biology/Biology Sec. Ed/Environmental Ed/Pre Dental/Pre MedicalHall of Arts & Letters108 Business Mgmt/Industrial Mgmt/International Business/ Finance/MarketingHall of Arts & Letters310 Chemistry/Bio. Chemistry/Chemistry Sec. EdHall of Arts & Letters114 Christian ThoughtHall of Arts & Letters316 Communication StudiesHall of Arts & Letters304 Computer Information Systems/Computer ScienceHall of Arts & Letters212 Economics/Business EconomicsHall of Arts & Letters309 Elementary Education/Early ChildhoodHall of Arts & Letters109 Engineering: ElectricalHall of Arts & Letters208 Engineering: MechanicalHall of Arts & Letters210 English/English Comm./English Sec. EdHall of Arts & Letters302 EntrepreneurshipHall of Arts & Letters110 History/SESSHall of Arts & Letters306 MathematicsHall of Arts & Letters214 Mathematics Sec. EdHall of Arts & Letters216 Modern Languages/All Language Sec. EdHall of Arts & Letters204 Music (All Majors)Pew Fine Arts Center106 PhilosophyHall of Arts & Letters305 Physics/Physics Sec. EdHall of Arts & Letters116 Political ScienceHall of Arts & Letters312 PsychologyHall of Arts & Letters308 SociologyHall of Arts & Letters301 UndecidedHall of Arts & Letters113


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