UNIV 101: INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIVERSITY For International Students (Fall 2013) INSTRUCTOR: Wendy Nugent

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1 UNIV 101: INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIVERSITY For International Students (Fall 2013) INSTRUCTOR: Wendy Nugent Phone: Office: Franklin Street Gym 221- B Office Hours: by appointment COURSE DESCRIPTION: UNIV 101 introduces students to the University and provides information that will promote and support academic success. The course includes a review of basic skills and competencies necessary to college success, including (but not limited to) time management, study skills, and orientations to University policies and procedures. In addition, the sections especially for International Students will help you adjust to culture shock and living away from your home country understand American university expectations explore the unique cultures of VCU, Richmond and the USA practice English in a supportive environment get to know other international students in a small classroom setting UNIV 101 is a companion course to UNIV 111. Taking 101 will help you succeed in Focused Inquiry, a course that is often challenging for English language learners. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Develop skills to succeed academically at VCU and adjust to American and University culture. Develop an understanding of the complex issues and choices facing college students. For degree seeking students: learn to manage the University environment in ways that support completion of an academic degree; for exchange students: learn to manage the University environment in ways that support academic success. Understand the resources and services available on campus. Understand basic academic requirements, policies, and procedures. By the end of the semester, you should be able to: State your educational and career goals. Identify and develop the necessary skills to be a successful and happy student at VCU Learn strategies to manage time efficiently, take good class notes, read and understand your textbooks, prepare for and take exams and essays. Understand basic academic requirements, policies, and procedures. Know the resources available on campus and take advantage of them for academic success, wellbeing and fun!

2 EXPECTATIONS OF STUDENTS IN THIS CLASS: Attend each class and arrive on time. If you are more than ten minutes late for class, you will not receive attendance points for that day. Participate in lessons and activities every class. Be friendly and helpful to your classmates. Turn in assignments on time. Take full responsibility for your own academic performance. Check your VCU account every day. Use Blackboard or approved social media for course assignments and announcements. Turn off any cell phones and remove headphones before coming to class. Close your laptops since they are not needed in the classroom. Participate in workshops, learning labs, on- campus activities and off- campus activities outside of class. Meet with your instructor (me) twice outside of class. Meet with your University College Academic Advisor at least twice outside of class. Work with your assigned group to complete a successful final project. REQUIRED MATERIALS: Strategies for Success: VCU University College. This textbook is available at the VCU Barnes & Noble bookstore. All students are required to purchase the textbook and bring it to class each week. VCU Insider. This academic planner is full of useful information for students and is free. Get a copy at the Information Desk in the Student Commons. Access to the Internet. You will use VCU , Blackboard, and approved social media sites regularly. GRADING: There are a total of 500 possible points for this class. Grades are based on: Class Attendance and Participation (120 points). You can earn up to 10 points for attendance per class meeting. Points are earned by, but not limited to, arriving on time, staying in class the whole period, and participating in class. You will not earn the full 10 points if you arrive late to class. Homework Assignments (60 points). You will be assigned homework to be completed throughout the semester and turned in at the beginning of each class. You will watch a one- hour video about the VCU Police and Campus Safety online and take a short quiz. Individual Advising Meetings (60 points). You will meet with your Academic Advisor outside of class at least two times over the course of the fall semester to discuss your academic and educational plans. Individual Conference with your Instructor (60 points). You will meet with me twice in my office for a 15- minute conference to talk about how things are going for you at VCU.

3 Learning Labs, Campus & Cultural Activities (100 points). You will attend six workshops outside of class and turn in an attendance slip for each one. You will participate in one on- campus and one off- campus activity and write a one- page report on your experiences. Final Group Project (100 points). You will be required to complete a Survival Guide for first year international students. For this project, your assigned group will create a presentation that identifies skills and resources necessary for academic success and wellbeing in an international student s first year at VCU. Group projects will be presented on the final exam day. More details to come. GRADING SCALE: A = B = C = 350 = 399 D = F = 299 and below Learning Labs: You must attend six International Student Learning Labs over the course of the semester. Three Learning Labs are required (marked with an*). The other three can be chosen from any of the remaining sessions on this list. You may attend up to two additional workshops for extra credit (maximum 20 points). Friday, Aug :00am 12:00pm Wednesday, Aug. 28 Wednesday, Aug. 28 6:00 7:00pm Thursday, Aug :00 1:00pm Thursday, Aug. 29 Wednesday, Sept. 4 1:00 2:00pm Thursday, Sept. 5 Friday, Sept. 6 12:30 1:30pm *Library Services Learn about the many resources available to you at VCU s libraries and how to take advantage of them. Learn how to look for and use books, articles, DVDs, CDs, maps, and much more! Health Insurance Information Session Learn about the options available to international students for health insurance coverage in the United States. *Library Services Learn about the many resources available to you at VCU s libraries and how to take advantage of them. Learn how to look for and use books, articles, DVDs, CDs, maps, and much more! Health Insurance Information Session Learn about the options available to international students for health insurance coverage in the United States. *VCU Technology Services Learn how to set up your e-services, access your VCU , see your grades, get class information on Blackboard, and so much more! Cabell Library meet at the stairs near Starbucks (830 W. Grace Cabell Library meet at the stairs near Starbucks, Hibbs, Room 424 (900 Park Ave.) Wednesday, Sept. 18 Thursday, Sept. 19 Adjusting to Life in the United States Everyone experiences some level of culture shock when living in another country. Learn some tips on cultural adjustment to the United States and to the US academic system. Adjusting to Life in the United States Everyone experiences some level of culture shock when living in another country. Learn some tips on cultural adjustment to the United States and to the US academic system. (830 W. Grace

4 Tuesday, Sept :00am 12:00pm Wednesday, Sept. 25 Thursday, Sept. 26 Wednesday, Oct. 2 Thursday, Oct. 3 Wednesday, Oct. 9 Thursday, Oct. 10 Wednesday, Oct. 23 Thursday, Oct. 24 Wednesday, Oct. 30 Thursday, Oct. 31 Wednesday, Nov. 6 Thursday, Nov. 7 *Academic Integrity Academic Integrity means a lot more than simply I promise not to cheat! Learn what being honest in your academic work means at the university level. We will discuss VCU s honor code, appropriate and inappropriate group work, and how to avoid plagiarism. *Academic Integrity Academic Integrity means a lot more than simply I promise not to cheat! Learn what being honest in your academic work means at the university level. We will discuss VCU s honor code, appropriate and inappropriate group work, and how to avoid plagiarism. *Academic Integrity Academic Integrity means a lot more than simply I promise not to cheat! Learn what being honest in your academic work means at the university level. We will discuss VCU s honor code, appropriate and inappropriate group work, and how to avoid plagiarism. Career Planning and Volunteer Opportunities Start planning now for summer and what comes after graduation. Learn about opportunities to prepare for the work world by volunteering and doing internships. Career Planning and Volunteer Opportunities Start planning now for summer and what comes after graduation. Learn about opportunities to prepare for the work world by volunteering and doing internships. Creating a Network of Friends Get some tips on how to create a network of friends by joining student organizations, volunteering on campus and in the Richmond community, and by participating in VCU activities and events. Creating a Network of Friends Get some tips on how to create a network of friends by joining student organizations, volunteering on campus and in the Richmond community, and by participating in VCU activities and events. Time and Money Management Bring your course syllabi and learn useful tips and techniques for getting all your work done and fitting in time for some fun, too! Also learn tips for managing your money and understanding what you can and cannot afford. Time and Money Management Bring your course syllabi and learn useful tips and techniques for getting all your work done and fitting in time for some fun, too! Also learn tips for managing your money and understanding what you can and cannot afford. Academic Research and Writing Skills Those research papers are due soon! Learn step-by-step methods to stay on track with your research and writing projects, and how to follow VCU s Honor Code when researching and writing. Academic Research and Writing Skills Those research papers are due soon! Learn step-by-step methods to stay on track with your research and writing projects, and how to follow VCU s Honor Code when researching and writing. Standardized Test Preparation Skills Thinking about applying to graduate school? Learn some helpful and GRE and GMAT test preparation skills from a Kaplan representative. Standardized Test Preparation Skills Thinking about applying to graduate school? Learn some helpful GRE and GMAT test preparation skills from a Kaplan representative. Location TBD (830 W. Grace (830 W. Grace (830 W. Grace (830 W. Grace (830 W. Grace (830 W. Grace

5 Wednesday, Nov. 13 Thursday, Nov. 14 Wednesday, Dec. 4 Thursday, Dec. 5 Academic Speaking and Presentation Skills Prepare for excellent end-of-term presentations by learning tips for giving a good presentation and getting feedback on your upcoming presentations. Academic Speaking and Presentation Skills Prepare for excellent end-of-term presentations by learning tips for giving a good presentation and getting feedback on your upcoming presentations. Resume Writing and Graduate School Applications Are you applying for a job or trying to put together a graduate school application? Learn some tips on writing effective resumes and application essays make your words count! Resume Writing and Graduate School Applications Are you applying for a job or trying to put together a graduate school application? Learn some tips on writing effective resumes and application essays make your words count! (830 W. Grace (830 W. Grace Check for program updates and additional learning labs and events! HOW TO SCHEDULE AN ADVISING APPOINTMENT: 1. Log on to myvcu Portal and click "Advisor Information for Students" on the top left hand side. Your advisor's name will be displayed. 2. Click on "Schedule an appointment." 3. Enter your cell phone number, what you plan to discuss, and click on an available day and time. 4. Then click "Make Appointment" button at the bottom of the screen. 5. Write down your appointment date and time in your planner or plug it into your phone so you don t forget! If you are unable to make your appointment, you need to cancel your appointment by going through myvcu Portal and click Advisor Information for Students. Then, be sure to reschedule your appointment UNIVERSITY POLICIES: E- mail Policy Electronic mail or "e- mail" is considered an official method for communication at VCU because it delivers information in a convenient, timely, cost effective and environmentally aware manner. Students are expected to check their official VCU e- mail on a frequent and consistent basis in order to remain informed of university- related communications. The university recommends checking e- mail daily. Students are responsible for the consequences of not reading, in a timely fashion, university- related communications sent to their official VCU student e- mail account. This policy ensures that all students have access to this important form of communication. It ensures students can be reached through a standardized channel by faculty and other staff of the university as needed. Mail sent to the VCU e- mail address may

6 include notification of university- related actions, including disciplinary action. Please read the policy in its entirety: VCU Honor System: Upholding Academic Integrity The VCU Honor System policy describes the responsibilities of students, faculty and administration in upholding academic integrity, while at the same time respecting the rights of individuals to the due process offered by administrative hearings and appeals. According to this policy, "Members of the academic community are required to conduct themselves in accordance with the highest standards of academic honesty and integrity." In addition, "All members of the VCU community are presumed to have an understanding of the VCU Honor System and are required to: Agree to be bound by the Honor System policy and its procedures; Report suspicion or knowledge of possible violations of the Honor System; Support an environment that reflects a commitment to academic integrity; Answer truthfully when called upon to do so regarding Honor System cases, and, Maintain confidentiality regarding specific information in Honor System cases. The Honor System in its entirety can be reviewed on the Web at More information can also be found on the Division of Student Affairs website at Student Conduct in the Classroom According to the Faculty Guide to Student Conduct in Instructional Settings (http://www.assurance.vcu.edu/policy%20library/faculty%20guide%20to%20student%20con duct%20in%20instructional%20settings.pdf), "The university is a community of learners. Students, as well as faculty, have a responsibility for creating and maintaining an environment that supports effective instruction. In order for faculty members (including graduate teaching assistants) to provide and students to receive effective instruction in classrooms, laboratories, studios, online courses, and other learning areas, the university expects students to conduct themselves in an orderly and cooperative manner." Among other things, cell phones and beepers should be turned off while in the classroom. Also, the university Rules and Procedures prohibit anyone from having "in his possession any firearm, other weapon, or explosive, regardless of whether a license to possess the same has been issued, without the written authorization of the President of the university..." For more information, visit the VCU Insider online at https://docs.google.com/a/vcu.edu/file/d/0b7z3znishwxvu1zmcfpiq1j2uxm/edit?pli=1. Students with Disabilities SECTION 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 as amended, require that VCU provides "academic adjustments " or "reasonable accommodations" to any student who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity. To receive accommodations, students must request them by contacting the Disability Support Services Office on the Monroe Park Campus ( ) or the Division for Academic Success on the MCV campus ( ). More information is available at

7 the Disability Support Services webpage: ; or the Division for Academic Success webpage at Any student who has a disability that requires an academic accommodation should schedule a meeting with the instructor at the student s earliest convenience. Additionally, if coursework requires the student to work in a lab environment, the student should advise the instructor or a department chairperson of any concerns that the student may have regarding safety issues related to a disability. Students should follow this procedure for all courses in the academic semester. Statement on Military Short- Term Training or Deployment If military students receive orders for short- term training or deployment, they should inform and present their orders to Military Student Services and to their professor(s). For further information on policies and procedures contact Military Services at or access the corresponding policies at and Excused Absences for Students Representing the University Students who represent the university (athletes and others) do not choose their schedules. Student athletes are required to attend games and/or meets. All student athletes should provide their schedule to the instructor at the beginning of the semester. The Intercollegiate Athletic Council strongly encourages faculty to treat missed classes or exams (because of a scheduling conflict) as excused absences and urges faculty to work with the students to make up the work or exam. Campus Emergency information What to Know and Do To Be Prepared for Emergencies at VCU: Sign up to receive VCU text messaging alerts (http://www.vcu.edu/alert/notify). Keep your information up- to- date. Within the classroom, the professor will keep his or her phone on to receive any emergency transmissions. Know the safe evacuation route from each of your classrooms. Emergency evacuation routes are posted in on- campus classrooms. Listen for and follow instructions from VCU or other designated authorities. Within the classroom, follow your professor's instructions. Know where to go for additional emergency information (http://www.vcu.edu/alert). Know the emergency phone number for the VCU Police ( ). Report suspicious activities and objects. Keep your permanent address and emergency contact information current in eservices. VCU Mobile The VCU Mobile application is a valuable tool to get the latest VCU information on the go. The application contains helpful information including the VCU directory, events, course schedules, campus maps, athletics and general VCU news, emergency information, library resources, Blackboard and more. To download the application on your smart phone or for more information, please visit

8 Class Registration Required for Attendance Students may only attend those classes for which they have registered. Faculty may not add students to class rosters. Therefore, if students are attending a class for which they have not registered, they must stop attending. Withdrawal from Classes Before withdrawing from classes, students should consult their instructor as well as other appropriate university offices. Withdrawing from classes may negatively impact a students financial aid award and their semester charges. To discuss financial aid and the student bill, visit the Student Services Center at 1015 Harris Hall or contact a financial aid counselor at Student Financial Responsibility Students assume the responsibility of full payment of tuition and fees generated from their registration and all charges for housing and dining services, and other applicable miscellaneous charges. Important Dates Important dates for the Fall 2013 semester are available at: IMPORTANT 2013 FALL SEMESTER DATES: August 28 Last day to add or drop a class without it showing on your transcript Sept. 2 Labor Day no classes Sept. 6 Last day to provide written notice to instructors of intent to observe religious holidays Oct Reading Days no classes Nov. 1 Last day to withdraw from a course Nov Thanksgiving holiday University closed Dec. 7 Last day of classes for fall semester Dec. 9 8:00 10:50am Final Exam for 11:00 class Dec. 11 1:00 3:50 pm Final Exam for 12:00 class

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