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  • Title: Iḷisaġvik College — A Place to Learn
    Descriptive info: .. Iḷisaġvik College.. CAMS.. WebMail.. MyCampus.. College Directory.. Online Learning.. Current Students.. Course Schedules.. Catalog 2013 2014.. Department of Student Services.. Forms.. Student Handbook.. Aglaun ~ Literary Journal.. Become A Student.. Admissions.. Registration.. Financial Aid.. Application, Eligibility Payment.. Rights Responsibilities.. Certificate Programs For Gainful Employment.. Go to.. About Us.. - Accreditation Authorization.. - Board of Trustees.. - Mission Statement.. - President s Message.. - Campus Map.. Academic Degrees and Certificates.. Departments.. Donate.. News.. Contact Us.. Home.. Accreditation Authorization.. Board of Trustees.. Mission Statement.. President s Message.. Campus Map.. Annual Report [PDF].. Why Iḷisaġvik?.. Academics.. Allied Health.. Associate of Arts Degree.. Business.. Distance Education.. Early Childhood Education.. Uqapiaqtaurat Uqautchim Uglua Newsletters.. Emergency Services.. Foundational Studies.. Heavy Equipment Operations.. Information Technology.. Iñupiaq Studies.. Teachers for the Arctic.. Vocational Trades.. 2013 Summer Camps.. Adult Basic Education.. Bookstore.. Business Office.. Cafeteria.. Community Workforce Development.. Cooperative Extension.. Information Services.. Instruction.. Student Success Center.. Campus Security.. Intervention Grievance Process.. Rec Center.. Residential Center Reservations.. Residential Services.. Student Conduct.. Student Rights Responsibilities.. Van Schedule.. Tuzzy Library.. Iñupiaq Fonts Translator.. Jobs.. Alaska Cotton makes its summer appearance in Barrow.. 2013 Graduates (from left) Joshua Dewey, Koda Romine, Dion Susook, and Travis  ...   Announcements.. Are you interested in becoming a teacher?.. Take this survey and tell us!.. Learn More.. Student Government Nominations Vote Today!.. Students and Staff attend AIHEC s 40th Anniversary Conference in Santa Fe, NM.. Ilisagvik Offers First Alaskans Internship Program.. Read More From Featured Items →.. Connect With Us.. Phone: 1 (907) 852-3333.. Free (AK Only): 1(800) 478-7337.. Click For Map.. Flickr.. Facebook.. Twitter.. Vimeo.. News Events.. Ilisagvik s Jr.. Public Health Educators Program Lets Youth Take the Lead.. Ilisagvik Summer Camp News.. Ilisagvik Co-Sponsors Barrow Circus Camp.. More News Events →.. Quick Links.. Join Our Mailing List!.. Interested in Enrolling?.. Student Handbook 2013-14.. External Links of Interest.. Job Opportunities.. Today s Menu.. Thursday, September 12, 2013.. Lunch.. Dinner.. Menu Calendar →.. Student Spotlight.. This month's Student Spotlight is Tiffiny San Andres, of Wasilla.. Tiffiny, please tell us a little bit about yourself and what you are studying at Iḷisaġvik? I was born in Milwaukee,.. More Spotlights →.. Local Weather.. Weather Forecast.. |.. Weather Maps.. Iñupiaq Values.. Hear the Iñupiaq Values.. ▲ Return to Top of Page.. View Full Site.. View Mobile Site.. Copyright 2013.. All Rights Reserved.. · Website by.. Sundog Media..

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  • Title: College Directory — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Contact the College Toll-Free in Alaska: 1.. 800.. 478.. 7337.. Robert Allen, Director.. 907.. 852.. 1741.. Tiffiny San Andres.. 1815.. 1829.. Department of Instruction.. Austin Parkhill, Assistant to the Dean of Instruction & WFD.. 1825.. Food Services.. Wendy Johnston, Manager.. 1877.. Grants.. Nelvie Kooley, Grants Administrator.. 1733.. Human Resources.. Linda Stanford, Director.. 1838..  ...   Caraway, Manager.. 1852.. Marketing.. Sarah Martinsen, Marketing Specialist.. 1796.. President.. Pearl Brower.. 1820.. Recruiting.. Janelle Everett, Recruiter.. 1799.. Registration/Admissions.. Amm Charoonsophonsak, Registrar.. 1763.. Student Services.. Gloria Burnett, Dean of Students.. 1730.. Tuzzy Consortium Library.. 4050/1.. 6916.. Workforce Development.. Kathy Leary, Training Accounts Manager.. 1868.. You are here:.. / College Directory.. Flickr Photos.. More Photos..

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  • Title: Online Learning — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Accessing MyCampus.. If you are currently registered for any class at Iḷisaġvik for this semester you will have an account in MyCampus, our learning management system.. To access your account click.. Your user name is in the format firstname.. lastname and your password is the same password you use to login to your college email account.. If you have problems accessing your account you can call the Distance Education Hot Line at (907) 855-0589 or send an email distanceed@ilisagvik.. edu.. Solar Storms Affect Internet Connectivity.. 2012 is going to be a very active year for solar activity, which results in beautiful Northern Lights.. Unfortunately, this heightened geomagnetic storm activity can also interfere with internet connectivity across the North Slope.. Check the aurora forecast to see how much solar energy is bombarding the earth:.. Aurora Forecast from the University of Alaska Geophysical Institute.. Resources.. MyCampus On-Line Learning System.. Campus Administrative Management System.. Web Mail.. - Iḷisaġvik Web Mail.. Using Your College Computer Accounts.. What is Distance Education?.. Iḷisaġvik College offers distance education courses utilizing both teleconference and MyCampus, an online course management system.. Registration for an online course is the same as for other courses in Barrow.. Village students wishing to take an online course should visit their teleconference center for assistance with registration.. To successfully take an online course from home or from the teleconference center, students must be ready to handle the rigors of the online world.. The tools, materials and skills needed to take an online course should not be overlooked.. These include:.. A dedicated internet connection  ...   Online Learning.. In addition, Iḷisaġvik uses Blackboard Collaborate, a synchronous web conferencing platform, to deliver live instruction.. Students participate from their own computer, at their own location, through an internet connection using a headset with a mic attached.. This format requires students and instructor to meet at a pre-designated time.. Students should be comfortable in a live internet setting and either have permission of the instructor or have taken IT 100 Introduction to Online Learning course.. For more information, contact the distance delivery instructor at.. distanceed@ilisagvik.. (907) -852-1706 or (907) -852-1750.. Is Online Learning Right for You?.. Online learning can be a positive experience.. Take a look at a sample class by clicking the link below;.. Sample class on MyCampus at Iḷisaġvik College.. (click Login As Guest ).. Online Learning considerations.. A computer and Internet connection.. Basic Internet and computer skills.. Online learning is often accelerated and requires that you are motivated and can work independently.. You ll still need to devote a sufficient number of hours each week.. You ll need to be able to express yourself well in writing.. You are likely to incur reduced expenses by taking online courses.. Online courses may fit better with your busy life because you can access your classes anytime, anywhere through the Internet.. You can simultaneously take on-campus and online courses.. You may need to attend some classes in person as well as online.. Check your course description for more information.. Many students who aren t comfortable participating in on-campus classes find they contribute more freely online.. /.. / Online Learning..

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  • Title: Current Students — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Greetings and thank you for choosing Iḷisaġvik College! As Alaska’s first tribal college we are proud of our heritage and the role our students play in developing our community.. Whether you just graduated high school, earned your GED, or are a nontraditional student seeking to further your education, Iḷisaġvik has the program for you.. We are committed to see you succeed and are here to guide you through the process.. The Higher Education journey can be difficult but we are here to help.. The skilled individuals in the Student Success Center are trained to offer the services you need, whether it be academic or personal counseling, homework help,  ...   Iḷisaġvik College.. We are developing our academic programs to meet and anticipate the needs of our students.. With our programs expanding in response to the openings present in the workforce of the North Slope, as well as the strengthening of new partnerships, the future is bright.. Thank you for being a part of this experience.. On this page you will find all the links to information you need to make your experience at Iḷisaġvik a beneficial and enjoyable one.. Please be sure to peruse the site for help regarding registration, student employment, online services, and the course catalog which encompasses virtually everything not included here.. / Current Students..

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  • Title: Course Schedules — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Summer 2013 Course Schedule.. Reading view.. Download.. able version.. Fall 2013 Course Schedule.. *UPDATED.. Downloadable version.. / Course Schedules..

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  • Title: Student Success Center — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: The Student Success Center offers a variety of support to ensure student success.. Van rides to and from classes; a Learning Resource Center staffed with tutors; village liaisons; guidance support from the Student Wellness Coordinator and the Retention and Persistence Coordinator; Student Government; residential housing; social activities; computer labs; placement testing; student success skills mini-seminars; and a gym are all offered by the Center.. Iḷisaġvik also has a full service cafeteria and bookstore, and the Tuzzy Library provides reference and research support and offers inter-library loan services.. The Student Success Center invites all students to explore the services and student programs offered through Iḷisaġvik College.. Barrow and village-based staff provide individualized student assistance, advocacy, strength-based counseling, referral services and academic assistance.. Life-skills and college-success seminars are scheduled on a regular basis.. Our Iñupiaq values are the foundation for all programs and services.. Student Government.. In keeping with the long-time regional goal of self-determination and governance, Iḷisaġvik College strongly encourages its students to participate in leadership building activities.. Iḷisaġvik’s student government is the official representative body of students.. Student leaders represent student views to the Board of Trustees, administration, staff and faculty and assist in outreach efforts on behalf of the college.. Elections are held each fall.. Full-time, part-time, residential and non-residential students are encouraged to participate.. For questions, or if you are interested in getting involved, please contact.. studentgovernment@ilisagvik.. Service to Community.. Iḷisaġvik College supports a community of people committed to its mission.. Students are encouraged to become involved in all programs, services and opportunities available.. Service to family, elders and community is vital.. Students have worked on a number of class and community projects that reflect this service.. Student Organizations.. Students have joined together to form an Iḷisaġvik College community basketball team, an organization of Native artisans and crafters, a computer club, and other activities.. Any suggestions for student organizations and activities are welcome.. Student Orientation.. Orientation is a series of planned events at the beginning of each semester that allows students to become familiar with their college.. Orientation occurs prior to the first day of classes each semester and is a time when students are able to meet other students, faculty and staff.. Organized by the Student Success Center, orientation assists students through the registration and enrollment process.. Recreation and Cultural Activities.. Student Success Center staff provide numerous formal and informal recreational and cultural activities to enhance the learning environment.. The Student Success Center maintains a recreation center on the main college campus.. It is equipped with a basketball court, ping-pong and pool tables, weight machines, treadmill, stair steppers and other recreational equipment.. Hours are posted on the Iḷisaġvik web site.. Transportation Services.. A van is available to transport students to and from classes at a nominal fee.. For more information, please click.. here.. Computer Services.. The Information Systems (IS) department provides local campus network, computing, telephone, and online services as well as a variety of important and useful technology-related services to students, staff and faculty.. E-Mail Access.. Email accounts are available to all students, staff and faculty.. Visit or contact the Information Systems department for more information; they can be reached via email at.. helpdesk@ilisagvik.. Computer Labs.. Open computer labs for all students are located at the main campus.. These labs are generally accessible weekdays, evenings, and Saturdays, with specific hours for each posted at their location.. An additional lab with programs for academic and recreational use by residential students is available in the residential center.. Additional computers are available at the Tuzzy  ...   financial aid.. Each village has computers for use in college studies.. The Tuzzy Consortium Library is named in honor of the late Evelyn Tuzroyluk Higbee and serves students, faculty, staff and the public throughout the North Slope.. As a college library, the collection is developed in support of the mission of Iḷisaġvik College.. The library has a growing Alaska/circumpolar collection with an emphasis on information relating to the Arctic, polar regions, the North Slope, and Iñupiat history, language and culture.. The library’s online catalog can be accessed at.. www.. tuzzy.. org.. The online catalog is a shared in partnership with the University of Alaska Fairbanks.. All of the holdings of the Tuzzy Library and its branches in the villages of the North Slope, as well as all branches of UAF, can be searched through this link.. The library also provides reference service and research assistance.. Material may be requested from other libraries through inter-library loan (ILL) services.. Requests for inter-library loan materials can be e-mailed, phoned or faxed to the library.. Requests are usually filled in eight to twelve days.. Academic Assistance.. The Learning Resource Centers provide academic assistance services for Iḷisaġvik students, other college students and community members who need academic support.. Trained faculty and staff provide assistance in English, math, computing and program specific coursework.. The Learning Resource Center is located on the main (NARL) campus in Hut 60 Room 208, and at the Tuzzy Library.. Students may also access assistance online or by phone.. Student Employment.. Iḷisaġvik College provides employment opportunities for qualified students.. Student employment will normally not exceed 20 hours per week during a semester.. For information on eligibility criteria for student employment, contact the financial aid officer.. Job Placement.. The job placement office is located on the main campus and can be reached at 907.. 1856.. The Career and Education Coordinator will assist Iḷisaġvik students in finding employment opportunities that fit the skill set of the applicant.. The Coordinator will help with filling out applications, creating cover letters, and enhancing individual resumes.. The office also provides online access to employment opportunities.. Internships and Student Employment.. Iḷisaġvik College offers all students assistance with internships, job shadows, on-the-job training and job placement.. Students selected for internship positions must be in good academic standing with the college, degree-seeking, and possess demonstrated proficiencies.. The work must provide an opportunity to meet academic, educational, and career objectives.. The College also provides employment opportunities for qualified students.. Student employment will not exceed 20 hours per week during a semester.. For information on eligibility criteria for student employment, contact the Financial Aid Director at 907.. 1708.. The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act.. The Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act (section 1601 of P.. L.. 106-386) is a federal law that provides for the tracking of convicted sex offenders enrolled as students at institutions of higher education, or working or volunteering on campus.. The Act’s intention is to extend protections of sex offender registries to college campuses.. It requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement agency information provided by a state concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained.. It also requires sex offenders already required to register in a state to provide notice to the state that they are employed, carry on a vocation at, or are a student at Iḷisaġvik College.. Information concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained from the Alaska Department of Public Safety at the following website:.. http://www.. dps.. state.. ak.. us/Sorweb/sorweb.. aspx.. / Student Success Center..

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  • Title: Forms — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Registrar (Registration/Admission/Graduation).. Admission Packet [PDF].. Add-Drop(Withdraw)-Change Form [PDF].. Application for Admission [PDF].. Application for Graduation [PDF].. Change-Add Program and Advisor [PDF].. HS-GED Transcript Request [PDF].. Iḷisaġvik Native Shareholder Verification [PDF].. Opt Out Form [PDF].. Record Release [PDF].. Registration Form [PDF].. Residency Form [PDF].. Transcript Request  ...   Form [PDF].. 2012 2013 Student Handbook [PDF].. Dorm Reservations.. Employment Application Form [PDF].. Information Systems.. Account Request Form [PDF].. Faculty Initiated Withdrawl Form [PDF].. Check Request Form [PDF].. Purchase Request [PDF].. Iḷisaġvik College Textbook Voucher Form [PDF].. Iḷisaġvik College Textbook Voucher Form SAMPLE [PDF].. / Forms..

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  • Title: Aglaun ~ Literary Journal — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Aglaun.. is Iḷisaġvik College s new literary journal.. Our first edition is due out at the beginning of March.. Limited print editions will be available, and all published works will be viewable on.. this website.. / Aglaun ~ Literary Journal..

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  • Title: Become A Student — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Iḷisaġvik College is the only accredited, Alaska Native controlled higher education institution in Alaska, and is the only college located within the boundaries of the Arctic Slope.. In 2005, we also became the only Tribal College in the state.. Every program we offer at the college not only models our Iñupiat traditions, values, and culture, but also has substantial career and employment opportunities in the Arctic as well as elsewhere in Alaska.. The College offers its students an educational experience tailored to fit their needs and schedules.. Iḷisaġvik reaches out to students and offers a way for them to get the education they need to provide for themselves and their families.. Whether you are a full time mom, looking  ...   Whether it’s something as simple as picking you up at the airport when you come in from your village, helping to find safe, sober and secure housing for you while you attend Iḷisaġvik, or hosting Native food potlucks, we personalize our service for you.. Steps to Starting at Iḷisaġvik:.. Call Recruiter.. 1799 or 1.. 7337 ext.. 1799.. Do you Need Funding?.. Contact Financial Aid Office.. 1708 or 1.. 1708.. Submit Application.. 1757 or 1.. 1757.. Do you Need Housing?.. Submit your housing application.. 1809 or 1.. 1809.. Meet with your Advisor and Register for Classes.. Attend Orientation.. Purchase Books.. Attend Class.. Your Future Begins!.. Want to know more?.. Click here to download our informational brochure.. / Become A Student..

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  • Title: Admissions — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: IỊisaġvik College has an open admissions policy and welcomes applications from all prospective students who desire to attend and can demonstrate the ability to benefit from programs offered by the college.. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to any particular program.. For entrance into degree and certificate programs, see the section below.. Admissions into a Certificate or Degree Program.. To be admitted into a degree or certificate program, the applicant must show the potential to succeed in the program.. This potential is demonstrated by obtaining a high school diploma or GED prior to college admission.. However, some “non-traditional” students may not satisfy admission requirements, but may have the ability to benefit from certain courses.. In order to receive funding, he/she must have a diploma from high school or a GED.. Students may apply for admission to IỊisaġvik at any time throughout the year.. However, some programs in vocational fields have limited enrollment.. Students seeking priority admission are encouraged to apply at least one month before the start of the term.. Students who transfer from another college or university are advised to apply at least two months before the term in which they wish to enroll to allow for evaluation of their transfer credits.. The deadline for admission is published in the academic calendar.. Catalog Year.. Students who have been accepted into a certificate or degree program must either meet the requirements specified in the catalog in effect at the time of admission to the program or the catalog in effect at the time of graduation.. Application Procedure.. To apply for admission, all applicants must submit the following:.. Application for Admission:.. An application form can be picked up from all college sites and from village teleconference centers.. Completed forms must be returned to the Registrar’s Office.. See the academic calendar located in the inside front cover for deadlines.. An official copy of transcript certifying the student’s high school diploma or a copy of his/her official GED certificate.. First-time students should have their high school transcripts sent to the Registrar’s Office.. High school seniors who apply before graduation must have a second, final transcript sent following their graduation.. Provide a copy of Alaska Native Shareholder-Native American Tribal Affiliation card.. , if qualified.. Qualified students may be eligible for additional scholarship funds.. Students who are applying for certificate or degree programs should check the individual program in the college’s catalog to determine if there are any additional application requirements for that specific program.. Transfer Students.. Students transferring from other accredited institutions are welcome to apply for admission to IỊisaġvik.. In addition to the application materials described above, transfer students must also submit the following:.. Official college transcript(s) from any higher education institution(s) previously attended (submit to Registrar’s Office).. Copies of financial aid documents from other schools attended, if applying for financial aid (submit to Financial Aid Office).. Students transferring from other institutions who are on probation will be admitted on probation for their first semester at the college.. Transfer Evaluation.. Transfer credit evaluations will be completed for all students applying to a certificate or degree program and wishing to have college credits accepted that were taken at other regionally accredited colleges and universities.. Transcripts will be evaluated once the student has been admitted to a degree or certificate program.. Only transcripts from regionally accredited institutions declared at the time of admission are considered for transfer evaluation.. Only transfer courses that have a grade of C or better will be considered at  ...   their enrollment at IỊisaġvik for a period greater than twelve consecutive months will be required to reapply to the college for admission.. They will be expected to meet admission requirements in existence at the time of re-admission.. FRESH START.. FRESH START can offer a new beginning for students who previously performed poorly at IỊisaġvik College (or other colleges and universities).. Those who withdrew from school or were dismissed for academic reasons may apply for re-admission under this program and have their entire prior academic record disregarded.. Those who apply on this basis begin their college study anew with no credits attempted or earned and no quality points reflected in future GPA calculations.. FRESH START may be used only once.. FRESH START application forms are available at the Registrar’s Office.. Admission on this basis requires that at least two years have elapsed since the end of the last semester the applicant attended a college full time.. Prior academic records remain part of a student’s overall academic record and appear on transcripts, but none of the previously earned credits can be used in a new program, nor may they be counted for the purposes of GPA with the exception of calculating honors at graduation.. A student admitted under FRESH START may be allowed advanced standing or a waiver of requirements just as any other student, but will not be allowed credit by exam for courses lost in FRESH START.. Dual Credit High School Students.. Definition.. Dual credit is a partnership between IỊisaġvik College and the North Slope Borough School District.. This program allows eligible students to earn both college and high school credit for courses they take at the college while still in high school.. Eligibility.. To be eligible, high school students must be juniors or seniors, have passed the High School Qualifying Exam (HSQE), and have a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.. 0.. With written approval from the student’s parent or guardian and the designated North Slope Borough School District official, students may enroll for courses at the 100 level with IỊisaġvik College.. Seniors may enroll for up to six credits hours per semester.. Juniors may enroll for up to four credit hours per semester.. Students must meet all prerequisites for the courses for which they wish to register, unless waived by the Dean of Instruction and Workforce Development upon the recommendation of the school district.. Upon the request of the school district, the Dean may permit students to enroll in courses at the sub 100 level.. Qualified high school students are allowed to enroll in courses not available to them through the North Slope Borough School District.. Applying.. Dual credit applicants must:.. Meet the above eligibility criteria.. Complete the Dual Credit and Records Release Application for High School Students.. Submit an unofficial high school transcript.. Submit the completed and signed Dual Credit and Records Release Application form to the IỊisaġvik College Registrar’s Office at the time of registration.. A student registering for an English or mathematics course is also required to take a placement exam prior to enrollment.. By signing the Dual Credit and Records Release Application, the student and parent or guardian gives the college permission to release the student’s academic record to the North Slope Borough School District.. While attending IỊisaġvik College, the student will be expected to adhere to all policies of the college.. Dual credit students will be referred to an advisor from the Academic department for advising concerning transferable college courses.. / Admissions..

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  • Title: Registration — Iḷisaġvik College
    Descriptive info: Iḷisaġvik distributes a published schedule of classes prior to each term.. The schedule contains information about courses for that term.. Registration forms can be picked up from any of the college sites in Barrow, from the North Slope Borough teleconference offices in the villages, and from the college web site http://www.. ilisagvik.. Students, particularly in villages, are encouraged to register early.. Students who register early will have the best selection of courses and a better chance to receive materials prior to the beginning of classes.. Also, early registration may prevent cancellation of courses due to insufficient enrollment.. Students not enrolled in a program, but wishing to explore courses or pursue personal interests may register for classes without applying for admission.. First-time students must provide a copy of their Alaska Native Shareholder-Native American Tribal Affiliation card, if qualified.. Registration for special programs, short courses, seminars and other classes not part of the regular academic offerings will be announced prior to the beginning of the class start date.. All students admitted to a program must have their advisor sign their registration form.. Course Load.. Students should consider a graduation time line when planning their study load.. A minimum of sixty credits is required for an associate degree.. To complete that in two years, excluding summers, requires at least fifteen credits per semester.. Certificates have variable credit requirements.. Many degrees require more than the minimum number of credits.. Students should be certain of the number needed for their degree when planning their class schedules and time lines.. Students should be aware that the need for preparatory work before being admitted to general education required courses will increase the time it takes to complete their programs.. When planning course load, students should also keep in mind non-school demands on their time, such as employment and/or family responsibilities.. Full Time/Part Time Status.. Fall/Spring Semesters.. Students registered for twelve or more credit hours during a fall or spring semester are classified as full-time.. Students who register for fewer than twelve credits during a fall or spring semester are classified as part-time.. Students wishing to register for more than eighteen credits must talk with their advisor before seeking special permission from the Dean of Instruction and Workforce Development.. Courses that are audited, offered by schools other than Iḷisaġvik, or challenged through credit-by-exam, are not included in the study load computation.. Summer Semester.. Students who register for six or more credit hours during the summer session are considered full-time.. Students may not exceed a total of twelve credits for any combination of classes during summer sessions without prior approval from their advisor and the Dean of Instruction and Workforce Development.. Students who register for fewer than six credits during the summer session are classified as part-time.. Course Numbering.. 001-099.. Courses are nontransferable and do not apply.. toward the AA or AS degrees.. They may meet.. minimum requirements for some AAS degrees.. 100-199.. Primarily for first-year students.. 200-299.. Primarily for second-year students.. Course Requirements.. Prerequisites.. Students are expected to meet prerequisites for all courses prior to registering.. Prerequisites are listed with the course description and indicate the preparation and/or background necessary for that course.. If a student has not met these requirements, the student may request permission from the instructor of the course to enroll in the class.. A faculty member may withdraw students who do not meet the requirements or obtain faculty permission.. Co-Requisites.. Co-requisites are courses that must be taken concurrently.. Students are responsible for enrolling in and attending all co-requisite courses in the same semester.. Co-requisites are listed in the individual course descriptions.. A faculty member may withdraw students who do not enroll for the appropriate co-requisites.. Cross-Listed Courses.. A course that contains content related to two or more disciplines may be offered under the prefixes that identify those disciplines.. These courses are termed “cross-listed.. ” Students may enroll in cross-listed courses under the discipline and prefix of their choice.. Catalog descriptions of these courses include the phrase “cross-listed with.. ” The semester class schedule will indicate if a class is being offered in cross-listed format.. Repeatable Courses.. Some courses, such as Special Topics and some developmental courses may be taken more than once for additional credit.. Only those courses for which this is explicitly noted in the course description qualify for this option.. Retaking Courses.. Any course for which a student has received a grade noted on his/her college transcript may be retaken if the course is available and the program offering the course permits it.. The student’s transcript will reflect all grades  ...   a course after the last day of registration (last day to drop/add) as listed in the academic calendar.. Dropping Semester-Length Courses.. Students may drop courses without penalty until the last day for student-initiated drops as published in the academic calendar (third Friday after the first day of instruction).. Dropped courses do not appear on academic records.. Dropping courses requires student and advisor signatures (declared students only).. Dropping or Withdrawal from Short-Term Courses.. Deadlines are adjusted proportionally for courses that are less than a semester in length.. Students must submit drop/add forms to the Registrar’s Office by the appropriate deadlines: students may drop without penalty in the first 15% of the term of the course; students may withdraw in the first 60% of the term of the course.. Withdrawing from Courses After the Add/Drop Deadline.. Students, who wish to withdraw from one or more courses after the drop deadline, may request a student-initiated withdrawal from the Registrar’s Office.. After the Student Initiated Withdrawal deadline, students should contact their instructor(s) and request an instructor-initiated withdrawal or contact the Registrar’s Office with the request.. It is recommended that program active students meet with their advisors prior to withdrawing from courses.. Courses from which students withdraw will appear on their academic record as “W” grades, but will not affect their GPA.. This process requires both student and advisor signatures.. If a financial aid recipient drops some of his/her classes during the drop/add period, or indicates having never attended some of his/her classes, the recipient may lose some or all of his/her financial aid eligibility.. It is highly recommended that the recipient discuss the situation with the financial aid officer before withdrawing from or dropping any courses.. In accordance with federal and state regulations, the financial aid office must also monitor student academic progress on an annual basis.. This occurs at the end of spring semester.. Withdrawal from any classes may cause the student to be in a position of unsatisfactory academic progress for financial aid purposes.. Students not meeting these standards of academic progress may lose financial aid eligibility for future semesters.. Faculty-Initiated Withdrawal.. If students do not meet the prerequisites for a course in which they have enrolled, or if students have not participated substantially in the course, the faculty member teaching that course may, at his/her discretion, withdraw the student from the class by the last day for faculty-initiated withdrawals as published in the academic calendar (ninth Friday after the first day of instruction).. A grade of “W” will appear on the student’s academic record for that course.. Faculty-initiated withdrawals submitted before the third Friday after the first day of instruction will be treated as a dropped class and will not appear on a transcript of the student’s academic record.. It is the student’s responsibility to drop or withdraw from courses in which they are not participating.. Students should not assume that their instructors will withdraw them for failure to attend classes.. Students receiving a faculty-initiated withdrawal will be responsible for course tuition.. Auditing Classes.. Audit registrations are on a space-available basis.. Auditors may be dropped from a class to make room for credit-seeking students.. Students who audit classes are required to meet prerequisites, register and pay tuition, but the credits are not included in the computation of study load for full-time/part time determination or for overload status.. Audit requirements, acceptance and review of work, and lab privileges are at the discretion of the instructor.. A grade of AU (audit) is granted to students who complete an audited course, but no credit is awarded.. Audited courses do not apply toward degree requirements, and they will not transfer to other institutions.. When students register, they should indicate on the registration form their desire to audit a course.. Students who want to change from audit to credit must request the change before the deadline to add a course.. Changing from Credit to Audit.. The change from credit to audit must be made by the last day for faculty-initiated withdrawals (ninth Friday after the first day of instruction).. The changes require approval by the instructor of the course.. For degree-seeking students, an advisor’s signature is also required.. Cancellation of Classes.. Iḷisaġvik College reserves the right to cancel or combine classes; to change the time, dates, or places of meeting; or to make other necessary revisions in class offerings.. Iḷisaġvik may discontinue a class at any time if enrollment falls below expected levels.. If you start in a class that is canceled, you may continue in the course as arranged with the instructor.. / Registration..

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