The Graduation and Transfer Credit Office has finished posting the annual list of Advanced Placement (AP) scores. Credit was only awarded for AP scores of 3, 4 or 5 and can be viewed in Wolverine Track.
Any questions regarding AP, Challenge/Experiential, CLEP or DSST credit can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your students are looking for a class to fulfill their General Education Humanities requirement or just want a great class for a general elective, ENGL2200-Introduction to Literature is an excellent choice. ENGL2200.001 (CRN: 26490) is scheduled during Fall 2015 on MW 1:00-2:15 p.m. in LA115 with Dr. Laura Hamblin. Please encourage your students to enroll!
English & Literature Department
There is an issue right now with using Chrome and Wolverine Track. There was an update to Chrome last week which made it so a student will not load in Wolverine Track.
Chrome is working on this and will be sending out an additional upgrade.
Internet Explorer is the preferred browser for Wolverine Track is working fine.
Thanks for your patience.
Program Manager – Degree Audit
UVU Academic Advisors,
The Advisors on the Advisement Council have been working at the request of Senior Vice President Jeff Olson to define what the essential tasks and responsibilities of advisors are at UVU. While it is understood that a majority of advisors’ time is spent interacting with students in some way, as part of this assignment we are looking to get a better understanding of the tasks that advisors do that are in addition to our regular contact with students.
This brief survey is completely confidential and anonymous and is being conducted not to judge the value of the tasks that advisors are involved in, but to simply better understand the various time demands on advisors. If you have any questions about this survey feel free to contact Tom Liljegren at email@example.com.
You can access this survey online at http://uvu.qualtrics.com//SE/?SID=SV_4VigRnAzDodPPRX. The survey will be open until August 3rd.
Thank you in advance for your help in filling out this survey.
Advisement Council Advisors
Tom Liljegren, M.S., Ed.S.
Lead Academic Advisor
Earth Science and Physics
Utah Valley University
Just wanted you all to be aware of some open positions on campus. As you may have heard, my office has changed its name! We are now Office of Senior Registrar instead of Graduation and Transfer Credit. (Yes, Senior does mean “old”!) Transfer Credit Evaluation has moved under Kris Coles in Prospective Students and Admissions. LuAnn Smith remains “THE Registrar” and none of her duties have changed, so if you have been working with her office on certain issues regarding registration, leave of absence/deferred admission, student records, transcripts, petitions, etc., that will remain the same.
My office has gained the responsibilities of Academic Curriculum Implementation, Academic Room and Course Scheduling and Catalog to go along with Veterans, Graduation and Wolverine Track.
With those changes, we have a few open positions that I want you all to be aware of.
Director: Veterans Student Success Center
Assistant Registrar: Curriculum/Scheduling
Please let those know who might be interested and are qualified to apply.
Margaret A. Bellon
Utah Valley University
800 West University Parkway
Orem, UT 84058-6703
Know someone who loves helping students? We are hiring two part-time hourly Retention Mentors to join our outreach team. The job closes Sunday, August 2nd. Please refer any questions or candidates to Tara Ivie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 801-863-6961. Job posting: https://www.uvu.jobs/postings/15465
To accommodate “back to school” departmental meetings, the August Advisement Forum has been changed from August 20 to Thursday, August 13, at 9 am in Centre Stage.
We hope to see you there!
Terrell Wyche has been hired to fill the new Physical Science advisor position and will now be advising for the Chemistry department (all three emphases and Chem. Ed.). His new extension is 5642.
Students in the Biology majors may continue to be referred to Heidi Creer and Thayne Dickey.
The Graduation/Transfer Services Office just received the annual list of Advanced Placement (AP) scores. This year we have over 500 more exams to post than last year. If a student requested a copy be sent to UVU, it will be listed at the bottom of their AP copy…please do not refer these students to our office. We are entering them on the student records as fast as we can. It will take us approximately 3 weeks to enter all of them. Credit will only be awarded for AP scores of 3, 4 or 5.
As soon as we have awarded credit for a student’s AP, it will show in Wolverine Track.
The following web page lists what credit will be awarded according to the test taken and score received.
Assistant Director – Graduation & GTS Project Manager
Utah Valley University
In the past, regular student fees were only assessed to students taking classes on the main campus and a flat $52 fee was charged for each class taken off campus or online. Students with a combination of regular face-to-face classes and online classes could end up paying more in student fees than their colleagues who were only taking classes on the main campus. Beginning Summer 2015, online classes will no longer include the $52 fee, but will be assessed general student fees as outlined in the tuition table in the catalog. A very limited number of Aviation classes will continue to pay only the $52 fee.
Beginning Summer 2015, the general student fee will be $354. The rate at 15 credit hours (commonly used for reporting) will decrease by $10 per semester or 2.75 percent and will plateau at 10 credits instead of 7. This reduction in general student fees is the first reduction in at least two decades.
These changes were effective April 14, 2015 and should benefit most students. In Summer, if a student registered for an online class prior to that date and then changed their registration, they could see an adjustment to their student account.