ACHV 011 - ACHIEVE Orientation and Success Seminar
Provides an opportunity for students to develop tools to prepare themselves for academic, employment, and personal success. Specific emphasis on academic and career goal setting, resources, and success strategies. Topics include study skills, goal-setting, college policies and resources, programmatic requirements, and accessing local and state resources, academic and career planning, time management, relationships, and self-empowerment. This course may be offered at one or two credits and elements will vary depending upon the number of credits.
Designed to Serve Designed to meet the needs of students enrolling in the ACHIEVE program.
Active Date 20190613T09:58:17
Grading System Credit/Non-Credit
Class Limit 30
Contact Hours: Lecture 11
Total Contact Hours 11
I. Course overview
II. What is college all about? What is ACHIEVE?
III. What must you know and do?
IV. Highline College policies and resources
V. Understanding ourselves and our goals; vi.planning and strategies for success
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will accurately explain how the student code of conduct pertains to them at Highline college.
Students will be able to accurately recognize and articulate programmatic expectations.
Students will be able to accurately describe the SMART (specific, measurable, realistic and timed) goal setting method.
Students will be able to accurately identify campus resources, such as Access Services, Financial Aid, Tutoring/Writing/Math Resource Center, Counseling Center, by purpose and location.
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