Page 18 - Palo Verde College 2018-2019 Student Handbook / Planner
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                                STUDENT EDUCATION PLAN
An education plan is the process of selecting courses for each semester and planning the courses you will need in order to reach your long term goals. Each student needs to create an educational plan. Remember any plans you make now are not etched in stone, they can be changed or modified as your goals change.
Program Evaluation in PVC-SERVICES is program which allows students to review proposed academic programs, and completed courses as they apply to proposed programs. From PVC- SERVICES, students can review their academic program by logging in and selecting Program Evaluation under the ‘Academic Profile’ menu.
This feature can be used by students to check their progress towards completion of graduation requirements, along with running “what-if” scenarios to evaluate how completed courses
and planned courses might be applied towards a particular academic program. Student must consult with a counselor when planning to complete degrees or change their majors, to ensure accurate information.
Please use Program Evaluation as a guideline and consult with a counselor to ensure accurate information.
You may add and drop classes at The deadline for adding and dropping classes is located under important dates.
It is your responsibility to make sure you are officially dropped from courses you are no longer attending. If you do not officially drop, you may receive an “F” for the course.
Information regarding careers, colleges, and resource materials necessary for career planning are available in the TCC Center.
Students may see a counselor for direction.
There are three university systems available in California - the University of California, California State University, and Private/Independent colleges and universities. For minimum admissions requirements please speak with a counselor. They will help you plan and prepare to transfer from PVC to a four-year college or university.
The purpose of the Disabled Students Program & Services is to provide support services for those students who have a verifiable physical, learning or psychological disability.
For more information, please call the DSPS Office 760.921.5489.

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