Your Fast-Track to Transfer!
Students will take responsibility for their own learning and maintain excellent citizenship and attendance in all their classes. They will be an active learner, be prepared for all classes with all assigned work completed, take notes, and be an active participant in all activities. All students will maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA to remain in good standing with the Transfer Academy.
Students will meet with the Transfer Counselor at least 2 times per semester by the following deadlines to set goals and create an educational plan. They also agree to meet with the Transfer Academy Counselor (Frances Moy) before making changes to their schedule or dropping any classes. Deadlines to complete counseling appointments in 2013-14 are:
|Fall 2014||Spring 2015|
|First Appointment:||September 25th||February 20th|
|Second Appointment:||November 7th||April 10th|
All of the following are mandatory activities for first year students in the Transfer Academy:
Fall 2014 Cohort Only
Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 Cohorts
Students must take English and Math each semester, until they have completed their transfer-level requirements in these areas. Also, students must take ACS-010 during their first semester in the program. Students can only enroll in sections that they have been specifically approved for. If you have questions regarding which sections you have been approved for, please contact Ade Origunwa (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The following are blocked sections of courses offered only for Transfer Academy students:
|Fall 2014||Spring 2015||TBD|
|ACS-010||0217||TTH / 9:30-10:50||ACS-010|
|ACS-010||0317||TTH / 9:30-10:50||BIOSC-010|
|ACS-010||0318||MW / 2:30-3:50|
|ENGL-090||1466||MWF / 9:00-10:50||DRAMA-016|
|ENGL-090||1702||MWF / 9:00-10:50||ENGL-100|
|ENGL-100*||0140||MWF / 12:00-1:00||ENGL-100|
|POLSC-010*||0374||MWF / 1:00-2:00||ENGL-221|
|MATH-027||0315||TTH / 1:00-4:50||MATH-034|
|MATH-030||2304||TTH / 1:00-2:50||POLSC-010|
|MATH-034||2297||TTH / 1:00-2:50||SPCH-110|
* These sections are linked as part of the American Experience learning community. Students must be enrolled in both sections concurrently as the curriculum is integrated.