Tuesday Tips from South Seattle Community College

A weekly email with important information to help you be successful at South! These emails are important because you'll be in the know about events on campus, important deadlines, scholarship opportunities, workshops, helpful tips for classes and more.

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Spring 2014 - Week 2: Money Matters/ Financial Tips

College isn’t cheap… but paying for it doesn’t have to be painful. With a little bit of planning, you can take the sting out of your tuition bill with scholarships, grants, work-study, and other options. Here are some tips to help you find the finances. Quick Tip: April 25th  is the last day to withdraw with 50% refund. Speak to Financial Aid to make sure you don't owe a repayment.

  • APRIL is Financial Literacy Month! Join us for our Financial Literacy Workshop Series hosted in the library this week through the 25th. Check out the library website for the schedule.
  • Apply for Financial Aid by Thursday, May 8th  using FAFSA, Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Then come visit the Financial Aid office, RSB Lobby, to receive more help.
  • Scholarships – FREE money for college. Apply, apply, apply! There is no limit to how many you can receive. Check out SSCC scholarship site to learn more.
  • Take advantage of Tax Credits and Deductions that reward you simply for paying for (or repaying) your education. Free Tax Filing assistance in the WorkSource office, RSB 79, on Friday’s from 1:00-4:00pm.
  • Sign up for SALT! SALT is an online financial empowerment tool to help you become financially savvy. Check it out today!

Word of the Week: Subsidized Loans - Loans that the government pays the interest on while you’re in school and during approved deferment periods. They will also pay this interest during your grace period if you borrowed these loans before July 1, 2012. See more about repaying subsidized loans.


Spring 2014 - Week 2: Workshops for Success

We offer resources to help you along your path in your degree or certificate program. FREE workshops on FAFSA, Scholarships, Transfers, Majors, for Undecided Students and Leadership! Financial Fridays and Tuesday Transfers are happening every week. Don't forget, Friday, April 18th is the last day to make changes to your registration, see more.

  • Transfer events and workshops are held every Tuesday, check the calendar for times, locations and topics! Come to the Spring Transfer Fair on Wednesday, April 23rd in JMB B, 10am - 1pm.
  • Join a Financial Friday Workshop, 1pm - 2pm in LIB 217,  to learn about Scholarships and FAFSA,get great tips on the application process, upcoming deadlines and other financial resources.
  • The Undecided Student Workshop will introduce you to the steps in the career and education decision-making process. These are offered 4/16, 4/17, 5/6 or 5/14. Sign-up early to reserve your spot and get times and locations.
  • Perk up your leadership skills, come to the next Step-Up Leadership Workshop titled Knowing Your Leadership Style on Thursday, May 8th at 1:30pm in JMB 140. If you attended 8 Leadership Workshops this year you can earn a certificate!
  • Community Based Organizations (CBO) provide assistance to help guide current and potential students in completing their educational goals. Learn more about this program and answer a few questions on this webpage to see if you may qualify or come to the WorkSource Front Desk, RSB 79.
Word of the Week: Interest - The fee a lender charges you for borrowing money. It's a percentage of the amount you owe that accrues and gets added to your principal balance on a regular basis (usually either daily or monthly).

Spring 2014 - Week 1: Welcome to Spring Quarter

Welcome to Spring Quarter! Check your Tuesday Tips weekly email to get important information, deadlines and resources. FREE to your inbox every Tuesday! April is Financial Literacy Month, for this month "word of the week" will be about raising awareness around financial literacy.

  • Student Services is open until 6pm through Thursday of this week, see a Cashier, Registration staff or an Advisor
  • Tuition is now due at the time of registration, pay online to avoid getting dropped! The FACTS Payment Plan is still open until Friday, April 11th.
  • If you need to drop a course, withdraw by Friday, April 11th to receive 100% refund. Speak to Financial Aid to make sure you don't owe a repayment. 
  • On a waitlist? Go to class and let the instructor know you are there. Ask for permission to join the class. Bring your instructor signed enrollment form (or permission email) to the Registration Office, RSB Lobby, on Thursday, April 10th.
  • Driving to campus? Buy your parking permit online. Taking the bus? See bus routes that bring you onto campus.
Word of the Week: Financial Literacy - You're money savvy, or the knowledge you have about money—specifically budgeting, financial planning, saving, managing debt, and investing.

Winter 2014 - Week 13: Stay Connected Through Break!

Top 5 reasons why students get dropped from courses. Avoid getting dropped from your class and READ this! IMPORTANT INFO: Fall Financial Aid Deadline is Thursday, May 8th! Here's what you have to do by this date: Fill out your FAFSA, print out your Student Aid Report (SAR) and speak with Financial Aid staff to complete your file.

  • # 1 Tuition is not paid by the deadline. Be sure you know our Payment Policy for Tuition  and Fees. Contact our Registration Department for more information. Check your schedule to be sure your tuition has been paid.
  • #2 Your financial aid is not ready to pay. Check the financial aid portal to see your status. Check your schedule to be sure your financial aid is reflected in your amount due. Contact Financial Aid immediately if questions or concerns.
  • #3 A third party is paying for your tuition. Be sure your paperwork has been submitted to ensure it is processed in a timely matter. Questions? Contact the Work Force Retraining Office.   
  • #4 Were  you on a waitlist? Avoid getting dropped and pay for that class immediately once you are enrolled. Can’t get into a class? Secure a back-up plan and consider one of the great classes still open (select “show open classes only” on the top right).
  • #5 "I forgot to pay." We get it. As a student you're juggling lots of things. Be sure to re-enroll and make it a priority to pay online TODAY to ensure your spot in class and to prevent being dropped. 
Word of the Week: ORCA card - is a transit pass that is accepted by several transit systems like King Country Metro buses and Sound Transit. Students enrolled in 10 credits or more can purchase an ORCA card at a discounted price. See the cashiers for information.

Winter 2014 - Week 12: Stay Connected Through Break!

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Stay Connected Through Break! This is a time to relax but also prepare for the next quarter or the next steps in your career pathway.

  • Check your grades, they are available on MySouth April 1st!
  • Spring quarter starts on Monday, April 7th. Need to sign-up for classes? It's not too late, register today!
  • Plan ahead and insert Spring deadlines into your planner.
  • Lost something? Stop by the Lost and Found in JMB 135 by tomorrow before they close for the quarter. They will be open between 8am and 2:30pm.
  • Stay connected to our Facebook page and Twitter feed! #southseattlecollege
Word of the Week: Academic Calendar - The calendar year that includes the school year dates starting from summer through spring quarters of each year. Academic calendars list all important dates and deadlines for the school year.

Winter 2014 - Week 11: Mid-Quarter Check-in

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Check List: Cross’em off because the quarter is ending next week on Wednesday, March 26th! Quick Tip: Don't cram all of your studying into one night, check out these effective studying habits for the end of the quarter from Rasmussen College.

  • Have you turned in all of your required forms that applies to you like Financial Aid, Transfer Applications, Scholarship Applications, Veterans forms, etc...?
  • Have you caught up with all of your homework? Make arrangements now to complete and submit them!
  • Have you registered for classes and know how to pay for next quarter? Not sure what class to take or have questions about waitlists, make an appointment with an advisor.
  • Are you graduating? You must meet with a counselor or advisor who is required to sign your graduation application. Make an appointment TODAY, before the quarter ends or call 206-934-5387.
Word of the Week: Matriculation – The first registration following admission for students earning transfer credits, degrees, or certificates.

Winter 2014 - Week 10: De-Stressing Techniques

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
5 de-stressing techniques to help you balance your physical, social, financial, academic and psychological health. Quick Tip: Counselors are available by appointment and are recommended when it comes to helping you manage stress. 

  • Take a 15-minute break and go for a walk. Do something physical to stimulate your blood flow.
  • Get social, update your Facebook status but don't let it take up all of your time. 
  • Stressing about money is common for college students, see our Money Matters tips in the Fall 2013, Week 9 edition.
  • Go to class, don't stress about it. Talk to your instructor about what is troubling you in class.
  • Think POSITIVE! There is such thing as healthy stress, this type of stress can help motivate you and keep your goals in priority.

Word of the Week: Counselor - Faculty with Master's degrees in counseling. They help students identify and achieve educational, career and personal goals. Make an appointment by phone: 206-934-5387.


Winter 2014 - Week 9: Tips on Networking 

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Make college fun by connecting with your classmates and instructors outside of the classroom. Tips on how to build your South network of friends and professional contacts.

  • Get to know your instructors, they might be the best people to ask for letters of recommendations or can connect you with an employer for a job.
  • Create a LinkedIn profile and connect with your classmates and instructors.
  • Use your Facebook and Twitter accounts like a marketing tool to showcase your academic and professional skills.
  • Getting to know your classmates will help motivate you to go to class.
  • Let's Do Lunch! The Student Faculty Guest Meal Program is way to start a conversation with your instructor or advisor! Complete this form and follow the directions for an opportunity to get a free meal and mentorship time. 

Word of the Week: Academic Advisor Professional staff who advises students on coursework to meet requirements of educational goals.


Winter 2014 - Week 8: Get Involved on Campus

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Get Involved on Campus. Did you know students who engage in on-campus activities like joining an interest club or participating in co-curricular events like workshops and lectures are more likely to be successful? Studies show that when students are actively engaged at school, their persistence and academic progress is higher. Here are tips on ways to get involved.

Word of the Week: United Student Association, U.S.A. - is the official student government of SSCC. This body consists of elected officers who represent student concerns to the college administration.


Winter 2014 - Week 7: Balancing Your Time

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Do you wonder where all of your time goes? Time management skills are essential in balancing your schoolwork and life.

  • Create a weekly schedule that includes hourly chunks for homework, reading and social time. See page 63 of the Student Handbook for "25 Ways to Manage to your Time"
  • Don't procrastinate! Create a checklist of your weekly tasks. Tip: Add "submit your FAFSA" to the list, get your 1098-T online.
  • Be strategic! Save time by reusing your essays for multiple scholarships
  • Schedule your work hours so that you have enough time to get between classes. Don't forget to factor in pit-stops and other personal commitments. 
  • Need more tips and deadline notifications? Get GradGuru on your mobile device, it will keep you organized with South's deadlines in one place!

Word of the Week: Loan - money you borrow from a service lender to pay for school, loans must be repaid with interest. Get loan advice from SALT, join today at www.saltmoney.org/south


Winter 2014 - Week 6: Mid-Quarter Check-in

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
It's mid-quarter and time to plan for next quarter! Here's a check-in email to help you track a few important upcoming dates. Use this as a checklist to get a good start on Spring quarter deadlines. REMINDER all college campuses are CLOSED on Monday, February 17th for the President's Day holiday.

  • Check it out! NEW and IMPROVED online class schedule.  
  • You can now schedule Advising Appointments online and through My South! Spring quarter registration begins next Tuesday, February 18th. Don't wait, make an advising appointment today!
  • FACTS Payment Plan opens on Friday, February 21st for Spring quarter.
  • Have you checked your registration appointment to make sure you have no blocks and confirm your time?
  • Know what classes are left in your program and track your progress with Degree Audit!
  • After you register, if you are receiving financial aid and taking less than 12 credits, provide a copy of your student schedule to the Financial Aid front counter, RSB.

Word of the Week: Internship – Gain work experience and/or academic credits while applying your classroom learning in a professional environment. Sign up for internships through the WorkSource Career Services Office in RSB 79. (Come see a Career Specialist who can help you with the internship process from start to finish!)


Winter 2014 - Week 5: Study Tips and Staying on your ‘A’ Game

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
More study tips to help you earn good grades and staying on your "A" game.

  • Reward yourself! Take a 10-minute break after 30-50 minutes of studying.
  • The best way to learn a concept is to explain it to a friend or someone else. A tutor is also a good listener, drop-in tutoring is available at our Tutoring Centers, RSB 12.
  • Some learners need a quiet place to study and some learn better with background noise. The library offers both environments, book a study room or find a spot in the commons.
  • An "A" paper requires time. Make sure to revise, edit and send it to a friend for review!
  • See Fall 2013, Week 4 archives for more study tips.

Word of the Week: Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) – The associate degree that a two-year college has defined as meeting the guidelines that enable transfer with priority admission to a four-year college or university.


Winter 2014 - Week 4: Workshops for Success

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Come to our FREE workshops and learn about South's resources to help you earn your degree or certificate faster. Plan to attend these workshops for success!

  • Come to Financial Fridays, 1pm - 2pm in LIB 217,  to learn about Scholarships and FAFSA,get great tips on the application process and upcoming deadlines.
  • Not sure what to major in? Sign-up for an Undecided Student Workshop offered on 1/28, 2/4, 2/20, 3/5 & 3/19.
  • Earn a bachelor's degree. Come to a one-hour Transfer Tuesday workshop today or schedule it for another Tuesday this quarter, hours vary in the afternoon see the calendar for more details.
  • Attend the next Step-Up Leadership Workshop, Conflict Management, Wednesday, February 12th in OLY, 206 at 1:30pm.
  • Don't forget, Foundation Scholarship Applications are DUE Monday, February 3rd! Drop-off your applications to the Development, Foundation Office RS01.

Word of the Week: Audit - Students attending classes as a listener or “auditor” without the obligation of doing the required work and without receiving credit. Tuition, however, is the same as credit classes.


Winter 2014 - Week 3: How Advising Works

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Knowing what classes to take, when to take them and planning for future quarters are keys to your academic success. Learn how our Advising office can help you reach your goals quicker and more efficiently!

  • Did you know there are many services that our Advisors can help you with? Get educational planning, walk-in advising, college transfer information, ask about programs and degrees and more!
  • Schedule an appointment today! It's easy, book in advance by calling 206-934-5387.  Stop by the info desk at RSB to request an appointment.
  • Advisors are often very busy the first two weeks of the quarter and when registration begins. Plan ahead and schedule an appointment during the 3rd through 7th weeks of the quarter.
  • Got a quick question? Come by to the RSB info desk for a first-come, first-served walk-in appointment, Advisors can usually answer student questions in 20 minutes or less!
  • Before you drop a course, see an Advisor or your Instructor! January 24th is the last day to withdraw with 50% refund.

Word of the Week: Educational Plan – Coursework required to earn educational objective.


Winter 2014, Week 2: Welcome to Services Offices

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...
Check it Out! A Quick Guide to our offices, Student Services is located in RSB, each office has check-in station in the lobby. We offer a range of support services and resources to help with your academic success. REMINDER: all college campuses are CLOSED on Monday, January 20th for Martin Luther King Jr. Day Holiday.

Word of the Week: Transcript - A copy of student’s academic record, showing courses, completed grades and credit earned. To be “official” it must be mailed by a college, or delivered to a student unopened in an envelope which has been officially sealed by a school. (You can get your unofficial transcript online.)


Winter 2014, Week 1: Welcome to Winter Quarter

Hit the ground running, check your Tuesday Tips weekly to get important information, deadlines and resources! Free to your inbox every Tuesday! Learn our lingo, this quarter we're launching a Word of the Week and you can refer to the NEW Tuesday Tips archive page for past tips.

  • Tuition is now due at the time of registration, pay now to avoid getting dropped! The FACTS payment plan is still open until Friday, January 10th.
  • If you need to drop a course, withdraw by Friday, January 10th to receive 100% refund.
  • Applying for scholarships? Make sure to submit them on time, national deadlines are due soon.
  • Check My Status, login in to your Financial Aid portal to view your award and any additional messages from the Financial Aid Office. Don't forget to apply for FAFSA for the next school year!
  • For more tips on getting geared up this quarter, see last week's tips on parking permits, textbooks and more.

Word of the Week: Syllabus - An outline or brief statement of the main points of a text, lecture or course of study.  (Suggestion: Keep your course syllabus for reference. It is useful for a credential evaluator when transferring to another college or university.)


Winter 2014, Week 13:

In this issue of Tuesday Tips...

New Quarter, New Year and New Resolutions! Gear up for next quarter and start the year off right! Winter quarter starts Monday, January 6.

  • Worried about getting a ticket on your first day of the quarter? Get your Parking Permit NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE!
  • Got back-to-back classes? Don't be late and map out your route to your classes.
  • It's time to gather your textbooks, visit South's Bookstore! Remember, there are other options on where to buy your books like: purchasing them online, sign-up for the book exchange program, borrow a book from a friend or look-out for postings on campus bulletin boards.
  • Have a lot of things to do winter quarter? Make a check-list and start crossing them off!
Quick Tip: Job hunting? Cross it off your list faster by signing up for our Online Student Job Board to receive employment opportunities.

Fall 2013, Week 12:

Stay Connected Through Break! This is a time to relax but also prepare for the next quarter or the next steps in your career pathway. Use the break to write out your resume or gather your books for your classes.

  • The college campus will be open during break except for holiday closures on 12/24, 12/25 and 1/1. Departments and offices may be open limited hours during the break, please call ahead for hours.
  • Winter quarter starts on January 6, 2014. Need to sign-up for classes next quarter? It’s not too late, enroll today!
  • Get your funding ready for next year, the 2014-2015 FAFSA will be available January 1, 2014!
  • Tweet us about your plans for break! (@SouthSeattleCC)
  • Follow us on our Facebook page to see what South students are up to.

Good luck on finals this week and we'll see you in the New Year!


Fall 2013, Week 11:

Check List: Cross'em off because the quarter is ending next week on Wednesday, December 11th! 

  • Have you turned in all of your required forms that applies to you like Financial Aid, Transfer Applications, Scholarship Applications, Veterans forms, etc...? 
  • Have you caught up with all of your homework? Make arrangements now to complete and submit them! 
  • Have you signed up for classes next quarter? 
  • Have you created a payment plan for next quarter? 
  • Have questions about your classes? Make an appointment to meet with an advisor by calling 206-934-5387 or by stopping by the Info Desk in the Robert Smith Building. 
  • Graduating soon? Have you picked up a graduation application? 
  • Quick Tip: Don't cram all of your studying into one night, watch videos on How to Get the Most out of Studying by Dr. Stephen Chew from Samford University. 

Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!


Fall 2013, Week 10:

Ways to Keep Calm and Focus On. With the holidays approaching this is a reminder that all campuses will be closed on Thursday & Friday of this week, November 28th & 29th. Take time to de-stress and practice self-care with these tips.

  • Stay healthy & well. Exercising, eating healthy and improving your sleep schedules are ways to promote healthy living.
  • Start your day with breakfast like an apple, yogurt or banana. Even small, on-the-go foods can help start your day out right.
  • Don't have time to exercise? Check-out the Fitness Center on campus.
  • Get to know what nourishes your mind, body and soul. Can a Counselor help you sort out your stressors?
  •  Tweet us (@SouthSeattleCC) your De-Stressing Tip! 
Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!

Fall 2013, Week 9:

Money Matters in College: Tips on Saving and Budgeting in College

  • Tuition for Winter quarter is due December 9th, take advantage of the Facts Payment Plan now by breaking up your tuition payments into manageable amounts. Enroll now through January 10th; the earlier you enroll the less your initial payment will be.
  • Plan ahead and create a budget for your monthly expenses. Stick to your plans and see your monthly savings grow from pennies to dollars. Watch this video to see how one student creates their budget.
  • Find your textbooks for next quarter's classes and get an estimate of how much they will cost through our bookstore. Remember, there are other options on where to buy your books like: purchasing them online, sign-up for the book exchange program, borrow a book from a friend or look-out for postings on campus bulletin boards.
  • Save a portion of your paycheck for emergencies like car problems, medical expenses and other unexpected things. Start a Savings Calculator to see how little changes can make a difference.
  • Get SALT! This is an online resource for money management and financial coaching information. Make sure to select South Seattle Community College when you sign-up to get full access!
Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!

Fall 2013, Week 8:

There's still time to squeeze in a workshop or get that tutoring help that you may have been putting off. Come to one of these great on-going opportunities on campus!

  • Have you stopped in for a Financial Friday workshop? There's still three sessions left in the quarter, come to LIB 217 at 1pm - 2pm on Fridays.
  • Need to decide on a program of study? Come to an Undecided Student Workshop or check-out Major Days today or November 26th.
  • Got some papers to write or need math help? Come to one of our tutoring centers like joining the Asian American & Pacific Islander Writing Group in the AANAPISI Center or going to the MALL (the on-campus math lab) for math help. Check-out a full list of our Tutoring CentersSessions and drop-in tutoring are open to all students attending South. 

Quick Tip: See your advisor or talk with your instructor to work out a plan if you're thinking about withdrawing from your course. This Friday, November 15th is the last day to withdraw from your class (instructor permission is required).

Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!

Fall 2013, Week 7:

Get Involved on Campus. Did you know students who engage in on-campus activities like joining an interest club or participating in co-curricular events like workshops and lectures are more likely to be successful? Studies show that when students are actively engaged at school, their persistence and academic progress is higher. Here are tips on ways to get involved.

Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!

Fall 2013, Week 6:

It's mid-quarter and time to plan for next quarter! Here's a check-in email to help you track a few important upcoming dates. Use this as a checklist to get a good start on Winter quarter deadlines.

  • Check the online class schedule to start planning for your Winter quarter classes. Registration begins next Monday, November 4th for returning students!
  • Have you checked your registration appointment to make sure you have no blocks and confirm your time? Ensuring that you have a registration appointment and registering online will help you bypass all of the lines in the office.
  • Know what classes are left in your program and track your progress with Degree Audit!
  • After you register, if you are receiving financial aid and taking less than 12 credits, provide a copy of your student schedule to the Financial Aid front counter.
  • Parking Permits are now discounted at half off for the remainder of the quarter, purchase them at the Cashier's office.
  • Come to Financial Fridays to learn about Scholarships and FAFSA, this is a great way to learn how to secure funding for future quarters.

Quick Tip: Come to an Educational Planning Workshop TOMORROW, October 30th from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm in LIB 219! Get support and assistance on creating your quarter by quarter class schedule, contact alexandra.abeyta@seattlecolleges.edu for more information.

Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!

Fall 2013, Week 5:

Check it Out! A Quick Guide to our offices, Student Services is located in RSB Lobby. Our staff is here to help you!

Quick Tip: Student Life is another great resource on campus, learn more about their services today at the Student Appreciation Day for FREE tacos from 12pm - 1pm at the Clocktower (weather permitting) or JMB. Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!

 


Fall 2013, Week 4:

Get your ‘A’ game on! Peer to Peer Study Tips. Finding time to study and making time to study are two different things. Make time to study, block it out on your calendars, and you will be on top of the game.

Stay tuned for the next Tuesday Tip, your success matters!

Fall 2013, Week 3: Transfer Tips & Undecided Major Student Workshop

Got plans after South? If you are thinking about transferring to a four-year university or looking for tips on your next steps to achieving your career or educational goal , read on...

  • Did you know that earning your Bachelor's degree can increase your income by 26%?
  • Learn more about transfer options at Transfer Tuesdays which are generally one-hour workshops on campus!
  • Get transfer resources on our 3 Steps to Transfer, 1. Plan, 2. Apply and 3. Transfer!
  • Not sure what to major in? Sign-up for an Undecided Student Workshop that will introduce you to the steps in career and education decision-making process!
  • Build your leadership skills for your next career and or educational pathway. Attend a Step-UP Student Leadership Workshop on October 10th,  from 1:30pm - 2:30pm in OLY 206

Fall 2013, Week 2: Resources for FREE Money & Scholarship Information

Resources for FREE MONEY and information about paying tuition at South. Deadlines are coming up for scholarships, financial aid and payment plans, if you haven't checked out these resources yet... now is the time!

  • Financial Aid applications and forms priority deadline for Winter quarter 2014 is October 3, 2013
  • Waiting for Financial Aid? Check your status for Fall quarter at the Financial Aid portal (login with SSN and PIN). Already have an award? Make sure to choose a refund preference at Higher One.
  • Find FREE MONEY (scholarships and apply for FAFSA) at our Financial Friday workshops, every Friday from 1-2pm
  • Start on your SSCC Foundation Scholarship now, deadline is October 28, 2013
  • Looking for payment options for next quarter? Enroll in our automatic payment plan called FACTS

Fall 2013, Week 1: Welcome to Fall Quarter

Welcome to Fall Quarter!
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