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Calvin Tan - Course Syllabi

Syllabi - Student Support Services

(Common for all courses)

For more information, please refer to "Student Support Services," Kapi`olani Community College General Catalog.

Academic Advising

counselors assist students with course selection and planning towards graduation. Melvin Jadulang advises BLT students with last names A-L, Kopiko 111, email melvinj@hawaii.edu, phone 734-9017. Cynthia Kimura advises BLT students with last names M-Z, Kopiko 109, email ckimura@hawaii.edu, phone 734-9107. BLT counselors email declared accounting, information technology, marketing, and legal education majors important program/departmental/counseling information. Please read your @hawaii.edu email and use your @hawaii.edu email when contacting the counselors.

Disability Services provides support services to students with documented disabilities. Extended time in a distraction-free environment is an appropriate accommodation based on a student's disability. If you are a student with a documented disability and have not voluntarily disclosed the nature of your disability and the support you need, you are invited to contact the Disability Support Services Office, `Ilima 103, phone 734-9552 (V/T), for assistance.
Kekaulike Information and Service Center (KISC) (formerly the Admission, Records, and Financial Aid offices) assists students regarding registration concerns, transfer credits, financial obligations, scholarships/ grants/loans, on campus employment, etc., `Ilima 102, email kapinfo@hawaii.edu, phone 734-9555.
Single Parents and Homemakers Program assists eligible single parents and displaced homemakers to gain marketable skills. Services include academic, career and personal counseling; referral networks; career/life planning seminars; financial aid; childcare information; and workshops/club activities. You are invited to contact the program in `Iliahi 201, email spdh@hawaii.edu, phone 734-9504.
TRIO-Student Support Services helps qualified low-income, first-generation students and/or students with disabilities to succeed in academics, attain their educational goal, or transfer to a four-year educational institution. You are invited to contact TRIO in `Iliahi 113, phone 734-9553.
Kahikoluamea

counselors and peer advisors encourage and support first-year students in their transition to college and toward the successful completion of their academic courses. Services provided include peer counseling, tutoring, academic counseling, financial aid application assistance, and connections to programs and services, `Iliahi building, phone 734-9341.

Smart Thinking

The College subscribe to an online tutoring services where our students can receive a minimum of five (5) hours of online tutoring services from Smart Thininking. For more information, please check www.smarthinking.com and your professor for more details.

 

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