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Greetings STEM PASS GO Students,

Welcome back! It is time to register for the FALL 2015 Semester.  Please follow the directions according to your classification.

Classification 1

CLASSES REQUIRING A PETITION.  STEM Students may sign-up for petition only classes on the sign-up webpage.  All petitions will be granted by Friday July 2, 2015.  Once the petition is granted by STEM Counselor Daniele Ramsey, students will be able to register according to their priority status.  Students without a granted petition will not be able to register for petition only courses.

COHORT COURSES

Once on the priority list, you will be manually placed into the course and will receive an email notification once completed. Deadline for placement on the Priority List is 06/28/15.  IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOU CONTINUOUSLY CHECK YOUR WEBADVISOR TO CONFIRM YOU HAVE BEEN REGISTERED INTO THE COURSE BEGINNING JULY 11th  .  ONCE YOU ARE REGISTERED FOR THE COURSE YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY ALL FEES THAT DAY IN ORDER TO AVOID BEING DROPPED FROM THE COURSE.  If you have any questions, please contact SBVC STEM Counselor Daniele Ramsey at (909) 384-8651 or email at dramsey@sbccd.cc.ca.us

Classification 2

IF YOU HAVE PRIORITY REGISTRATION A, B, OR C; REGISTER AS USUAL INTO THE APPROPRIATE COURSE OF YOUR CHOOSING.  The list of courses attached below has been reserved for STEM students.  We strongly encourage STEM students to register for these courses as a “first choice.” Priority A,B,and C students do not need to sign up for the STEM PASS GO Priority list. PLEASE REMEMBER TO PAY ALL FEES ASSOCIATED WITH REGISTRATION THE DAY YOU REGISTER FOR YOUR CLASS IN ORDER TO AVOID BEING DROPPED.

Classification 3

IF YOU HAVE PRIORITY REGISTRATION D, E, or F; you must complete the following instructions to be placed on the STEM PASS GO Priority list for the math courses listed below. Deadline for placement on the Priority List is 06/28/15. 

  1. Click on the link STEM BLOCKED COURSES
  2. Note: We only offer Math 250 with mandatory SI attendance (please check below).
  3. Complete the form and select the appropriate math course from the drop down menu by June 28th.
  4. Click submit.
  5. This will place you on our priority list.  Students on the priority list will be manually registered into the course by SBVC staff beginning July 6th.  IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOU CONTINUOUSLY CHECK YOUR WEBADVISOR DAILY BEGINNING JULY 6TH TO CONFIRM YOU HAVE BEEN REGISTERED INTO THE COURSE.  ONCE YOU ARE REGISTERED FOR THE COURSE YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY ALL FEES THAT DAY IN ORDER TO AVOID BEING DROPPED FROM THE COURSE.

Math Courses with MANDATORY SI attendance

This semester, we are working closely with professor Mayne to offer these mathematics courses where SI attendance is mandatory and be a part of your grade.

  1. Click on the link SI MANDATORY COURSES
  2. Complete the form and select the appropriate math course from the drop down menu.
  3. Click submit.
  4. This will place you on our priority list.  Students on the priority list will be manually registered into the course by SBVC staff beginning June 28th.  IT IS MANDATORY THAT YOU CONTINUOUSLY CHECK YOUR WEBADVISOR TO CONFIRM YOU HAVE BEEN REGISTERED INTO THE COURSE BEGINNING JULY 11th.  ONCE YOU ARE REGISTERED FOR THE COURSE YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY ALL FEES THAT DAY IN ORDER TO AVOID BEING DROPPED FROM THE COURSE.

If the Math course you prefer is not listed you will register for the course that you want during your regularly assigned registration time.


What does the STEM Program offer? 

The STEM Program provides STEM students with text book vouchers; free tutoring and Supplemental Instruction (SI) sessions are also provided throughout the academic year to help students develop successful study skill habits. STEM students receive academic support through counselors specialized in STEM to help set educational goals. The STEM Counselors can assist with career exploration including personality/career interest assessments, college application workshops, resume/cover letter writing, soft skills education, scholarships and internships.  Additionally, students will participate in STEM activities, events and field trips intended to support and encourage students to persist in their chosen STEM majors.