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“Let’s Get Together”

Summer Programs COLLEGE READINESS TRAINING MANUAL Who we are: University Success Programs: Latino, Africana & Asian TRiO Talent Search CONNCAP & EOP

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“Let’s Get Together” STAFF TRAINING AGENDA

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When: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Location: Memorial Hall, Constitution Room Continental Breakfast & Refreshments will be provided

Facilitator: Awilda Reasco_____________________________________________________

9:00a.m. - 9:30a.m. WELCOMING REMARKS & MISSION STATEMENT & GOALS Dr. Joseph Paige, Academic Affairs, Associate Vice President 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

WHO’S WHO? LET’S MEET!

10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. STUDENT AFFAIRS PANELISTS FROM: Residence Life, Student Wellness Services & Student Conduct 11:30 a.m. SAFETY & EMERGENCY ON CAMPUS (POLICE DEPARTMENT) Sgt. Jerry Erwin, CCSU Campus Police 11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

12:00 p.m. - 1:00 pm.

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION (LUNCH)

1:00 pm. - 2:00 p.m. SEXUAL HARASSMENT, ROLE MODELING & ETHICAL ISSUES Rosa Rodriguez, Executive Assistant to the President & Chief Diversity Officer Office of Diversity & Equity 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. “COME TOGETHER” Each Program comes together to discuss goals, expectations & responsibilities of staff Break - out rooms: Nutmeg, NW Dining Room, Vance 106 3:15 p.m.

WRAP-UP & EVALUATION

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Table of Contents:

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Welcoming Remarks from Dr. Paige, Associate VP for Academic Affairs………......................p.1

Mission Statement of the Summer CRP……………………….………………………………..p.2

Programs’ Descriptions………………………………………………..………………...............p.2

Target Population………………………………………………………..………………....……p.4

Staff and Faculty Duties and Responsibilities…………………………..…………………........p.5

Students' Expectations………………………………………………..……………………..….p.6

Classroom & Cafeteria Behavior & Management………….………………………………......p.7-8

Non-Discrimination in Education and Employment Policy…….…………………………….p.9

Sexual Harassment Policy………………………………………….………………………...….p.10

Sexual Misconduct Policy……………………………….……….…………………....…….......p.11

Student Intervention……………………………………………………………………...…….p.12

Inclement Weather & Emergency Procedure & Chaperoning....................…….........................p.13

A Quick Guide to CCSU Departments .……………………….………………….………....…p.14

Listing of CRP Administrators..………….……………………….………………..…………...p.15

Residence Life……………………………..…………………..…….…………………...………p.16

Summer CRP Academic Schedules: ConnCAP, TRiO, USP, EOP…………...…………............p.17-20

Summer CRP Evaluation……………………………….………………………………………p.21

Campus Map……………………………………………………………………………..……...p.22

Notes…………………………………………………………………………………………….p.23-24 WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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A Word from our Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs

Dear College Readiness Summer Programs Colleagues, Welcome Aboard! This CRP Manual will serve as your guide to understanding the College Readiness Program’s procedures and functions. It will serve you as a resource guide and provide contact information. The contents of this manual are provided to assist you and to offer guidance. Any of the content or information provided within may change at any time. I encourage you to read the manual carefully and to address questions to your immediate supervisor(s) as you feel necessary. Please remember that students come first, and in order to meet their academic, personal, and social standards, you must have an understanding of your own responsibilities and expectations. I appreciate your collaboration and encourage you to embrace, and strive for students’ excellence as you all work together. Wishing you lots of success this summer and many to come! Respectfully, Dr. Joseph Paige Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs

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Mission Statement of The Summer College Readiness Programs’: The College Readiness Summer Programs (CRP) mission is to provide a diverse population of first-generation and low-income students’ access into higher education by preparing them to meet high academic, personal, and social standards.

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UNIVERSITY SUCCESS PROGRAM (USP):

The University Success Program (USP) formerly the Connecticut College Access and Success (ConnCAS) program at Central Connecticut State University provides a five-week transitional summer program as well as academic year follow-up activities for those incoming students. The goal of the USP program is to advance the success of underserved students by increasing the enrollment, retention and graduation of minority students. Over the summer, USP students complete several courses, and earn up to ten credits to begin their college career. In addition, students are exposed to a variety of important topics through faculty and staff lectures. During the first year at CCSU, USP students participate in a First Year Experience (FYE) course and an Academic-Year Mentoring Program. The Africana USP program is implemented by The Center for Africana Studies at CCSU and is funded by The Connecticut State Department of Higher Education with support from a variety of offices and departments at CCSU.

TRiO TALENT SEARCH:

TRiO Talent Search serves New Britain students in grades 7-12 as well as Adult Education students. This program is designed to create an atmosphere where eligible participants are academically prepared, intellectually challenged, nurtured and exposed to experiences that enhance their potential to succeed in higher education, while also promoting personal growth and cultural diversity. Our purpose is to serve eligible participants and assist them with the skills they need to be successful in secondary and post-secondary education. We have programs during the academic year for our students as well as a two-week summer program called the “College Exploration Program.” WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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The Connecticut Collegiate Awareness and Preparation Program (ConnCAP) is a state funded college preparatory program for selected New Britain, CT public middle and high school students who have aspirations of attending college. ConnCAP works collaboratively with parents of first generation college bound and low income students to gain insight into the college entrance process. Students are seleted for their academic promise and potential. Students accepted into the program as 7th graders must commit to participate through high school graduation. Upon acceptance into the ConnCAP Program, all students are required to participate in the annual six-week summer academic program through high school graduation.

Educational Opportunity Program:

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) is a five-week summer program designed for students who have the potential and the desire to do college-level work, but do not meet CCSU’s regular admission standards. EOP students live on campus in CCSU residence halls during the summer with all expenses paid including books, tuition, room, and board. Graduates of the summer program are admitted to CCSU as full-time matriculated students. EOP at CCSU provides academic preparation to do college level work, courses in personal and professional growth, individual attention, and academic support.

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dream.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

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ConnCAP:

The CCSU ConnCAP Summer Program will serve 130 students. It has a New Britain Middle School component in which students are recruited from Pulaski Middle School, Roosevelt Middle School, Slade Middle School, DiLoreto Magnet Elementary School (K-8), and House of Arts, Letters, & Science (HALS) Academy during the spring of the seventh grade. An orientation presentation is made in the winter to initiate the seventh grade recruitment process. In accordance with the State of Connecticut Department of Higher Education, at least two-thirds of the student population served must be low-income and first-generation college bound; the remaining third can be either low-income or first-generation.

Educational Opportunity Program: EOP works closely with the CCSU Admissions Office to recruit 50 Connecticut high school seniors to participate. Throughout the recruitment process, EOP will receive numerous referrals by schools guidance counselors, community leaders and agencies, and alumni. Seniors are invited to submit their completed college application to the admissions office.

Africana, Latino and Asian University Success Program: The University Success Summer Programs (USP) serve a total of 50 students. It provides a five-week transitional summer program as well as academic year follow-up activities for incoming African American, Latino(a) and Asian students.

TRiO Talent Search: The TRiO College Exploration Program will serve 25 students in the summer. TRiO recruits students in grades 7-8 from the New Britain Middle Schools: Pulaski Middle School, Roosevelt Middle School, Slade Middle School, DiLoreto Magnet Elementary School, and House of Arts, Letters, & Science (HALS) Academy. In addition, the high school program recruits students in grades 9-12 from New Britain High School. In accordance with the State of Connecticut Department of Higher Education, at least two-thirds of the student population served must be low-income and first-generation college bound; the remaining third can be either low-income or first-generation. “A human being is not attaining his full heights until he is educated.� ~ Horace Mann WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Duties and Responsibilities:

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CRP Staff and Peer Mentors: ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢

Assist Program Director in providing student support services Provide teachers, guidance counselors, and school administrator contact Provide personal, career, and college mentoring Assist in study hall classroom supervision Document student contact and maintain student database and contact log Co-chaperone field trips, educational, cultural and social events enrichment activities Attend training sessions and staff meetings Schedule meetings with students to set academic goals Contact students to ensure that they are attending evening study hall Provide office assistance, including mailings and phone calls

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➢ Communicate to parents/guardians as necessary ➢ Supervise evening study hall three times per week ➢ Record attendance of students in and out of the classroom ➢ Direct and follow-up with students to ensure that they are receiving assistance through various on-campus resources (i.e. Writing and Math Center, The Learning Center, and Counseling and Wellness) ➢ Interact regularly with students, monitor progress, and intervene when problems arise ➢ Provide student documentation ➢ Assist/instruct after school meetings ➢ Assist in preparation of lessons ➢ Document student grades and attendance ➢ Positive attitude and have fun ➢ Set high expectations, goals and learning outcomes

Staff Behavior and Expectations:

As a representative of the University, ConnCAP, EOP, USP or TRiO, you are expected to maintain professional behavior at all times. Failure to act in a professional manner will result in documentation, disciplinary action, and possible dismissal. As a Summer CRP staff or faculty member, your behavior should be exemplary, whether at the University, or an off-campus educational, cultural, or social event.

Attendance and Tardiness:

A weekly work schedule should be set up for each Summer CRP staff and faculty member. It is the responsibility of the Summer CRP staff and/or faculty member to contact the Director of their Program to inform him/her of their absence. As a professional, role model, and student service provider, you are expected to be present and on time. Tardiness will not be tolerated, unless for an extenuating circumstance. Again, the Summer CRP staff and/or faculty member is responsible for contacting the Director of their Program in such an instance. It must be understood that we provide direct student services and that attendance is of the utmost importance. *A minimum two-week notice is requested in writing to the Supervisor(s) if you wish to resign from your position. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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As a CRP summer participant you are one of the fortunate students selected to become part of the CRP family. Participation in the CRP is a privilege since every student with college potential cannot be accepted. In order to get the most from your CRP summer experience, we have the following expectations of you: ➢

Attend all Summer CRP sponsored activities and program meetings.

Be an active learner – complete all homework assignments, actively listen and participate in class, contact teachers for additional assistance, attend all classes.

Seek support services to reinforce learning both in and outside the classroom (i.e. tutoring; academic and financial aid counseling; attend monthly program meetings, etc.)

Strive for academic excellence in aspects of your schoolwork. Set high expectations for yourself and keep open communication with the people who can support you in these efforts (parents, teachers, CRP staff, etc.)

Keep an open and positive mind when participating in CRP sponsored activities.

Be a role model for others at home, in school, and in your community by taking personal responsibility for your own actions and success.

Be supportive of the CRP programs’ goals through example!

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Classroom Behavior and Management:

Our students have the opportunity to be at CCSU all day. It is our responsibility to follow the rules and regulations of CCSU at-large. We are responsible for taking attendance, maintaining classroom decorum and when necessary, submitting the referral forms to the student’s CRP Staff to deal with disciplinary issues, absences, tardiness or any other alarming issues. The Summer CRP staff members are responsible for serving the students as tutors and personal, career, and college mentors. As members of the CRP cohort, we are all expected to know and follow program rules and procedures, which ensure the academic and physical well-being of all summer program participants. As members of the larger CCSU campus community, the Summer CRP participants have a responsibility to uphold programmatic, as well as, University rules and policies. Failure to comply with these rules and policies may result in a student’s suspension or termination in the Summer CRP. We expect students and their parents to review the following rules together, to ensure understanding and compliance on the part of each Summer CRP participant.

Academic Honesty:

Students are expected to complete their own assignments, quizzes, and all other academic work. Failure to do so may result in suspension or expulsion from the Summer CRP.

Attendance:

Academic achievement is directly related to regular class attendance. Therefore, students are expected to attend the Summer CRP daily. Students cannot have more than three absences. We strongly encourage uninterrupted attendance, but request that sick students remain at home to recuperate and avoid infecting others. In case of an illness, we ask parents to call the office of the respective program by 8:00 A.M. to ensure that their child’s absence is documented correctly. If we do not receive a phone call from parents/guardians, the appropriate CRP staff will contact parents/guardians of the absent children by 10:30 A.M. Two unexcused absences may jeopardize students standing with the Summer CRP. PLEASE NOTE – If a student leaves CCSU without written consent, notification by a parent/guardian and, and/or without notifying a staff member, the student may be immediately separated from the Summer CRP and their affiliation with the CRP will be terminated. Police and parents will be notified immediately if a student leaves campus without authorization.

Tardiness:

Just as in college, Summer CRP students are expected to learn to set priorities and manage their time. Unexcused tardiness to class or scheduled activities is not permitted. In the event that a CRP student is tardy to a class or activity: ➢ Teachers will report all tardiness to the Staff Coordinators at the end of each day ➢ Director and Site Coordinators will address the problem with the student as soon as possible ➢ Parents/Guardians will be notified of habitual tardiness ➢ Repeated tardiness may cause for dismissal from the Summer CRP WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Appropriate and reasonable behavior is expected from Summer CRP students at all times. As a learning community, the Summer CRP teaching faculty, staff and peer mentors are committed to providing an environment that is academically challenging and rewarding for program participants. To ensure this happens, the following behaviors are encouraged and expected in the classroom: ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢

Respect all instructors, mentors, and classmates Arrive on time and attend all classes Participate in classroom assignments, discussions, and activities Be prepared with assignments and stay on task until assignments are completed Be attentive while in class Ask intelligent, thoughtful questions Display self-confidence Hand in assignments on time and be aware of approaching deadlines Take personal responsibility for actions Eating or drinking is not permitted in the classroom

We recommend that students are evaluated twice over the course of the summer. For example, during the second week and final week of your program, there should be a student review. For the ConnCAP Program, Mid-program parent-teacher conferences will be held in mid-July for all students. Parents can sign-up for their conference prior to the start of the summer program.

Cafeteria Behavior & Blue Chip ID Card:

Depending on the program, a certain number of meals are provided daily to all CRP participants free of charge during the summer. All students will be issued a Blue Chip ID card, which must be presented to obtain admission to the cafeteria. Each student is responsible for their meal card and will be assessed $10.00 for the first replacement fee, and $25.00 for the second time they have lost or broken meal cards. Students are expected to carry their ID card at all times while attending the summer experience and return their ID at the end of summer program. Various fees will apply to students who do not return their ID card at the end of their program. Because students participate in the state’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), the program is eligible for a partial reimbursement of student meals. These funds are then used for student services and programming during the academic year. In order to meet SFSP requirements/guidelines, students are: ➢ required to check in with a CRP staff member at each meal ➢ select food/beverages from the five recommended food groups ➢ eat meals at the stated serving times & must leave tables and eating area clean For your convenience and information, a unitized meal plan is included. All students are to follow the summer food service meal plan and guidelines. As members of the larger CCSU community, CRP students are expected to behave appropriately en-route to, in, and from the cafeteria. Students are responsible for busing their own trays, as well as reporting any spills, or maintenance needs immediately to the cafeteria or CRP personnel. As ambassadors of the CRP, student behavior directly reflects on the College Readiness Programs as a whole. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Nondiscrimination in Education and Employment Policy:

Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination in education and employment. No person shall be discriminated against in terms and conditions of employment, personnel practices, or access to or participation in programs, services and activities with regard to: age; ancestry, color; gender identity and expression; intellectual disability; learning disability; mental disorder; physical disability; marital status, national origin; race; religious creed; sex, including pregnancy, transgender status, sexual harassment and sexual assault; sexual orientation; or any other status protected by federal or state laws. Discrimination in employment based on genetic information is prohibited. In addition, CCSU will not refuse to hire solely because of a prior criminal conviction, unless that refusal is permitted by Connecticut law. Harassment on the basis of any of the above protected classes is prohibited. Harassment may occur in a variety of relationships, including faculty and student, supervisor and employee, student and student, staff and student, employee and employee, and other relationships with persons having business at, or visiting the educational or working environment. This policy is directed at verbal or physical conduct that constitutes discrimination/harassment under state and federal law and is not directed at the content of speech. In cases in which verbal statements and other forms of expression are involved, CCSU will give due consideration to an individual’s constitutionally protected right to free speech and academic freedom. Retaliation is illegal. No individual who opposes an allegedly discriminatory act or practice shall suffer retaliation as a result of such participation. Complaints of retaliation may be filed within a reasonable time of the alleged retaliatory act with the Chief Diversity Officer or any manager not directly involved in the alleged retaliation who will then notify the Office of Diversity and Equity. This policy shall apply to all individuals affiliated with CCSU including, but not limited to, students, employees, applicants, agents and guests and is intended to protect the rights of concerned individuals.

CCSU’s Sexual Harassment Policy:

Central Connecticut State University is committed to providing learning and working environment that emphasizes the dignity and worth of every member of its community, free from discriminatory conduct or communication. Sexual harassment in any form will not be tolerated.

Definition of Sexual Harassment:

For the purpose of this policy, sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when: ➢ Submission to such conduct is made either explicitly or implicitly a term or condition of an individual's employment or education, evaluation of a student's academic performance, or term or condition of participation in student activities or in other events or activities sanctioned by the university; or ➢ Submission to or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as the basis for employment or academic decisions or other decisions about participation in student activities or other events or activities sanctioned by the university; or ➢ Such conduct has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with an individual's work or academic performance; or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work or educational environment. A harasser may be a student, school employee, or any other person involved in or present for school-sponsored events or programs. All members of the school community are responsible for helping to assure that sexual, racial and other unlawful harassment is avoided. Any student who feels that he/she has been harassed should immediately report it to any of the following: Summer CRP Directors and the Office of Diversity and Equity at 860-832-1652. Any person who has observed or otherwise become aware of conduct prohibited by this policy should bring the matter to the immediate attention of the Director of their associated program. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Sexual Misconduct Policy: Policy Statement:

Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) will not tolerate sexual misconduct against students, staff, faculty, or visitors, whether it comes in the form of sexual assault, sexual exploitation or sexual harassment, as defined in this policy. In an ongoing effort to prevent sexual misconduct on the CCSU campus, the University provides education and prevention programs for the CCSU community and pursues all criminal and administrative remedies for complaints of sexual misconduct.

Reason for the Policy: CCSU is a community dependent upon trust and respect for its constituent members: students, faculty, staff and those visiting or under temporary contract. As noted in CCSU’s Violence Free Campus Policy, members of the University community have the right to a safe and welcoming campus environment. Acts of sexual misconduct threaten personal safety and violate the standards of conduct expected of community members.

Individuals and Entities Affected by this Policy: This policy applies to anyone on the property of Central Connecticut State University, as well as anyone present at CCSU-sponsored programs or events. This policy extends to off-campus violations of both students and employees in limited circumstances as noted below: ➢ Students: “Off-campus misconduct may be subject to the jurisdiction of the University and addressed through its disciplinary procedures if one of the following conditions is met: (i) a student engages in prohibited conduct at an official University event, at a University-sanctioned event, or at an event sponsored by a recognized student organization; or (ii) a student engages in prohibited conduct under such circumstances that reasonable grounds exist for believing that the accused student poses a threat to the life, health or safety of any member of the University community or to the property of the University. ” ➢ Employees: The decision of whether to investigate and discipline employees for off-campus misconduct will be made by the appropriate university administrator on a case-by-case basis in accordance with collective bargaining agreements, CSU/university policies, and state regulations.

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Professional ethics and confidentiality must be at the forefront of any CRP staff and teaching faculty meeting with a student. On occasion, students may provide extremely sensitive information that warrants confidentiality. It is highly recommended that prior to the start of any “extremely sensitive conversation” that a disclaimer be stated: “I feel that I must inform you that if you provide me with information that places you or someone else’s health or life in danger, I will need to present it to the department administrator or Director, so that he/ she can make the necessary referral…” Though we want to maintain a certain level of confidentiality, we are obligated to preserve the health or life of the student. More importantly, we must immediately inform the proper high school administrator to provide crisis intervention. Summer staff and/or faculty members are not required to handle such sensitive cases, and; therefore, these students should be immediately brought to the attention of the Directors or Coordinators. A written incident report must be submitted. The Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs hopes that you will utilize all the resources that are available to you.

Student Contact Documentation:

In order to assist/meet the Program’s requirements, especially if it is grant–funded and requires certain documentation throughout the year for your Annual Progress Report, please keep a file of logs with your designated staff member(s). The designated CRP summer staff members are required to keep a Daily Student Contact Log. In the daily student contact log, you will write down student’s name, type of contact (i.e., personal advising, academic advisement, tutoring, field trip), contact hours (in 15 minute blocks) and summarize the results. In addition, you are responsible for maintaining the attendance book regularly and will be responsible for sending letters to the families of absent students to inform them of absences. This documentation will assist the CRP Summer Program in compiling overall statistical data for grant proposals and the amount of individual student contact hours. We are required to provide direct student services to each student in each program. Depending on the Program you are involved in, as a Summer CRP staff member, you are required to document attendance for evening study hall or formal or informal meetings you may have with a student. In addition, after meeting with an individual student, you must document the student’s academic performance. CRP should report the amount of contact we make with students in their academic or social development. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Inclement Weather Procedure:

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When snowstorms or severe weather conditions are forecast, please call the CCSU Storm Phone at (860) 832-3333 to hear the weather updates regarding the University. Information is updated at 6:00a.m. for the morning schedule and 2:00p.m. for the evening schedule. Alternatively, the CCSU Website: www.ccsu.edu will provide the same information on the home page.

Emergency Procedure:

Please refer to the Listing of Staff Administrators in order to contact the appropriate person from your department. Student safety is our ultimate concern, and while in the university or staff is required to follow all University emergency policies, fire and lock down drills. If the fire alarm sounds, we are to escort our students to the designated area, quickly and quietly. During all activities, depending on the program, the Director or Coordinator has Medical Information form for each student. Pertinent medical information is provided, including each student’s medical insurance carrier and emergency contact telephone numbers, etc. (Student Wellness Services must have hard copies) ConnCAP, EOP, TRiO and USP must have medical records in office file. Lastly, we are responsible to contact parent/guardian or emergency contact person in the event of an emergency.

Chaperoning:

There will be times when you will be asked to chaperone students to a sponsored field trip, educational, cultural and/or social trip. The Summer CRP Directors expect that the staff will behave professionally at all times and that your first priority is student safety. Summer CRP staff members are required to be with students at all times and if an emergency situation arises, inform the person in charge. The responsible person must notifying the parents and/or police, or emergency personnel. You are expected to make sure that all students are accounted for and are in a safe area/distance from the emergency area. Expected behavior on the bus and field trips for students: The paramount concern for students and staff while traveling to/from campuses or a field trip is safety. The bus driver is in charge of the bus at all times and therefore needs the full cooperation of every passenger. If a behavioral problem arises, the bus driver will stop the bus, speak directly to the student(s) involved in the incident, and request their assistance in resolving/remedying the situation. If the situation warrants it, they may request assistance from local Police and CRP personnel. Bus drivers will document any behavioral or safety concerns which arise during a trip and provide the CRP staff with a written report about the incident. Failure to comply with the following bus rules may result in a student’s dismissal from the program, and more significantly, jeopardize the safety of all the students on board. Students are expected to: ➢ Know the details of the bus route (pick-up and drop-off times, location) ➢ Be early or on time to meet the bus ➢ After entering the bus, quickly take a seat and remain seated for the duration of the trip ➢ Keep your hands, arms, head, and all other extremities inside the bus at all times ➢ Do not leave litter on the bus and be sure to take all personal belongings with you when exiting ➢ Use appropriate language and tone Please note – unless written permission is provided by parents, CRP students are expected to take CCSU’s bus to and from campus daily. Exceptions will be made only with prior arrangement and written consent by parent/guardian. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Residence Life:

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The Department of Residence Life welcomes summer school students and Summer Conference participants. Our summer staff includes Residence Life professional administrative faculty and student coordinators. Their primary responsibilities are acting as first responders for health and safety. They also manage all move-in/out services as well as any administrative responsibilities, such as maintenance and building access support. Residence Life staff work in collaboration with each program’s managers and their counselors. For general assistance the staff schedules and contacts are posted in each building. We truly hope that you enjoy your stay with the Department of Residence Life and the University.

Department of Residence Life Professional Summer Conference Staff: Peter Leung Area Coordinator & Lead Administrator P.Leung@ccsu.edu Erica Thompson Resident Director Administrator Ericathompson@ccsu.edu Stephanie Reis Resident Director Administrator Swreis@ccsu.edu Jean Alicandro Director of Residence Life Alicandro@ccsu.edu Ryan Baumann Associate Director of Residence Life BaumannryF@ccsu.edu

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A Quick Guide To CCSU Departments:

Admissions Office Davidson Hall, Room 115 (860)832-2278 www.ccsu.edu/admission Asian Center Henry Barnard Hall Department of Reading and Language Arts Room 209 (860)832-2180 www.ccsu.edu/crp Bookstore (Barnes & Noble) Student Center (860)832-2665 http://central-ct.bncollege.com Bursar’s Office Memorial Hall, Room 104 (860)832-2010 www.bursar.ccsu.edu Card Office Student Center Located off of Bookstore (860)832-2140 www.cardoffice.ccsu.edu Campus Police & Escort Service CCSU Police Department (860)832-2375 www.ccsu.edu/police Caribbean Center Elihu Burritt Library Location: Second Floor, left side (860)832-0056 www.ccsu.edu/lalcc Center for Advising & Career Exploration Willard Hall, Suite 103 (860)832-1615 www.ccsu.edu/cace

Elihu Burritt Library (860)832-2085 The Learning Center Willard Hall, Suite 101 (860)832-1900 www.ccsu.edu/tlc Pre-Collegiate & Access Services Copernicus Hall (860)832-1907 www.ccsu.edu/crp Registrar Davidson Hall, Room 116 (860)832-2236 www.ccsu.edu/registrar Residence Life Barrows Hall, Room 120 (860)832-1660 www.ccsu.edu/reslife Student Disability Services Willard Hall, Suite 101 (860)832-1957 www.ccsu.edu/learnctr/disability Student Technology Center Marcus White Computer Lab (860)832-1722 Student Wellness Services Counseling: MW 205 (860)832-1945 Health Services: MW Annex (860)832-2216

University Ombudsperson Davidson Hall, Room 206 (860)832-2216 www.ccsu.edu/ombudsperson

Diversity & Equity Davidson Hall, Room 102 (860)832-1652 For Further Information, Please Go to www.ccsu.edu (A-Z) Index. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Listing of CRP Administrators:

Dr. Joseph Paige Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs Davidson Hall, Academic Affairs, Suite 113 (860)832-2129 paigejop@ccsu.edu Awilda S. Reasco Director of PAS (ConnCAP & EOP) Copernicus Hall, Room 205 (860)832-1905 reasco@ccsu.edu Harry Pacheco Assoc. Director of PAS, & EOP Copernicus Hall, Room 205 (860)832-1903 pachechoph@ccsu.edu Milagros Velez ConnCAP Site-Coordinator NB Middle Schools Copernicus Hall, Room 205 (860)832-1909 Milly.velez@ccsu.edu Shirami Barcelo ConnCAP Site-Coordinator NB Middle Schools Copernicus Hall, Room 205 (860)832-1909 barcelos@ccsu.edu Catherine Colon Secretary to Assoc. VP of Academic Affairs Davidson Hall, Academic Affairs, Suite 113 (860)832-2225 catherinec@ccsu.edu Thomas Menditto Director, TRiO Talent Search Davidson Hall, Academic Affairs, Suite 113 (860) 832-2215 Office menditto@ccsu.edu

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Wilma Tynes Assistant Director, TRiO Talent Search Davidson Hall, Academic Affairs, Suite 113 (860)832-2226 wtynes@ccsu.edu ~ , Ph.D. Luis Recoder-Nunez University Sucess Program (USP) Director (Latino) Professor of Mathematics Marcus White 312 (860) 832-2538 recoderl@ccsu.edu Prof. Helen Abadiano University Success Program (USP) Co-Coordinator (Asian) Henry Barnard 209 (860) 832-2180 Office abadiano@ccsu.edu Shelly M. Jones, Ph.D. University Success Programs (USP) Co-Coordinator (Africana) Department of Mathematical Sciences 860)832-2857 jonessem@ccsu.edu Carmen Medina ConnCAP Grant Secretary 2 Copernicus Hall, Room 205 (860)832-1907 MedinaC@mail.ccsu.edu Heather Urbanski Summer Bridges Program - English 099 Willard Hall, Room 303 (860)832-2745 urbanskihea@ccsu.edu Karen Santora Summer Bridges Program - Mathematics 099 Marcus White 110 (860)832-2854 santoroka@ccsu.edu

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CONNCAP Classroom AcademicSummerSchedule: Monday, July 1, 2013 - Friday, August 2, 2013 (Seniors will be attending until August 7, 2013 for worshops) TIME 7:15 a.m. 7:55 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:50 a.m.

EIGHT

NINTH

Students Arrive on Campus (30) Environonmental Science Mr. Frank DiCapua

TENTH

Students Arrive on Campus (30)

Students Arrive on Campus (28)

Foundations of English & Writing Ms. Kim Rosa-Gionfriddo

ELEVENTH

TWELFTH

Students Arrive Students Arrive on Campus on Campus (23) (23)

Geometry

Algebra II

Mr. Todd Stigliano

Mr. Gregory Chandler

Algebra II/ Pre-Calculus Mr. Carlos Plaza 8:00 a.m. 9:50 a.m.

Language Arts

Algebra I

Biology

Ms. Kim Rosa-Gionfriddo

Mr. Todd Stigliano

Mr. Patrick Reynolds

Pre-Algebra

Physical Science

SAT Prep

Chemistry

College Writing

Mr. Gregory Chandler

Mr. Patrick Reynolds

Ms. Jenn Schaefer

Mr. Frank DiCapua

Ms. Linsey Bareisa

11:00 a.m. 11:50 a.m.

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

12:05 p.m. 12:55 p.m.

Conflict Resolution/ Peer Mediation

Computer Literacy

American Lit./ Writing

SAT Prep

College Essay

Ms. Katie Martin

Ms. Jenn Schaefer

Ms. Linsey Bareisa

Club Activity

Club Activity

Club Activity

Peer Mentor

Peer Mentor

Peer Mentor

9:00 a.m. 9:50 a.m.

10:00 a.m. 10:50 a.m.

Ms. Ruth VasquezCenteno 1:05 p.m. 2:05 p.m.

2:15 p.m.

Club Activity Peer Mentor

Ms. Erin Alicandro

Club Activity

Club Activity

Club Activity

Peer Mentor

Peer Mentor

Peer Mentor

D E PA R T

FOR

British Lit./ Writing Ms. Linsey Bareisa

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EOP Academic Summer Schedule:

Monday, July 1, 2013 - Thursday, August 1, 2013 7:30 a.m. 8:20 a.m. GROUP

BREAKFAST A

B

C

D

8:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.

English 110

English 099

Math 101

Math 099

Mr. Peter Reska Math 101

Ms. Elizabeth Salgado English 110

Mr. Woiciech

10:05 a.m. 11:35 a.m.

Mr. Brian Lennon Math 099 Mr. Woiciech

Mr. Peter Reska

Mr. Brian Lennon

11:40 a.m. 12:10 p.m. 12:15 p.m. 12:45 p.m. GROUP 12:50 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 2:20 p.m. 3:45 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 5:20 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Key:

Ms. Elizabeth Salgado

English 099

Faculty Office Time LUNCH Menorial Hall A&B

C&D

Reading 140

Math Lab

Ms. Carolyn Turner Math Lab

Mr. Carlos Plaza Reading 140

Mr. Carlos Plaza Ms. Carolyn Turner Fitness/ Wellness Ventures (PE 144) Dr. David V. Harackiewicz CRN 50113 NC 232 DINNER STUDY HALL/ MICRO-COMPUTER LAB LIBRARY: REFERENCE TOPIC SEMINARS, RESEARCH, ETC. Residence Hall (No Guests permitted expect parents/guardians) CRN = Course Registration Number, NC = Nicolaus Copernicus

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University Success Academic Summer Schedule for the Africana Cohort: Monday, July 1, 2013 - Friday, August, 2, 2013

7:45 a.m. - 8:15 a.m.

Breakfast

8:30 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

Math

11:00 a.m. - 12:00 pm.

Lunch

1:00 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. 2:30 p.m. - 4:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Breakers

ID102/Study Skills and Writing Strategies PE 144/ Fitness & WEllness Ventures Reading 140 DINNER Study Hall Social Activities

Dorm Events Thursday Programming includes Faculty and Staff Lectures and Cultural Activities such as the topics listed below: Faculty & Staff Lectures: African & African Diaspora Archaeology, Financial Aid, Campus Diversity & College Life - An Interactive Workshop, Observatory and Planetarium Activity, Transitions: Things You Should Know About & Year-Round Mentoring Program, Center for Academic and Career Exploration (CACE). Students enjoyed the lectures and each student wrote an essay about their two favorite lectures. The African Burial Ground National Monument includes a visitor center with exhibits about the burial ground and the lives of Africans and African descendants in New Amsterdam and New York. Included in the tour was the opportunity for students to view a film about the burial grounds and have a question and answer period with a Park Ranger. The Park Ranger also took students on a walking tour of the burial ground and outdoor memorial. Students took a tour of the Black Heritage Trail and learned many lessons about Black History. The all-day trip culminated with a movie about Black history in New England and a tour of the Museum. The Museum of African American History is dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans in New England from the colonial period through the 19th century. This trip continues to be a favorite of students and counselors. The Newington Challenge Course: This event was used to build morale, strengthen unity, and increase leadership. After a short whole group activity, the students separated into smaller groups to face the Adventure Challenge Course which caused them to think outside the box. They completed challenges as groups by putting their minds together to create solutions, and conquer physical and mental obstacles while being supportive of each other. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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Latino Summer Academic Schedule:

Monday, July 1, 2013 - Friday, August, 2, 2013 TIME 8:00 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:20 a.m.

MONDAY

TUESDAY WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST WP 204: COMPUTERS

THURSDAY NO CLASSES

FRIDAY BREAKFAST

NO CLASSES

ENGLISH

NO CLASSES

EW 211 & EW 225 MATH EW 206 & EW 211 LUNCH

VAC: Room 108

10:35 a.m. 11:35 a.m.

ID 102: STUDY SKILLS

11:45 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m.

LUNCH

NO CLASSES

ENGLISH

NO CLASSES

2:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m.

3:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m.

VAC: Room 108

EW 211 & EW 225 MATH

NO CLASSES

EW 206 & EW 211

PE 144: FITNESS/ WELLNESS VENTURES

NO CLASSES

HK 130

This wealth of experiences, personal and professional, have helped me appreciate the variety of perspectives that present themselves in every case that I hear. ~ Sonia Sotomayor

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CCSU TRiO Educational Talent Search College Exploration Program

Purpose:

To provide a two-week experience that will expose high school students to college academia to motivate them to graduate from high school and to continue on to post-secondary education.

Target Population:

24 New Britain High School (NBHS) students currently enrolled as freshmen and sophomores who are eligible for the CCSU TRiO ETS program (i.e., first-generation and low-income students).

Dates & Times: Location:

Monday–Friday, July 15–26 (2 weeks). 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., plus one overnight stay, July 25th. Attendance is required for entire 2 week session. Sixty (60) total academic-oriented hours (0.5 NBHS elective credit for graduation possible). Central Connecticut State University Campus.

SCHEDULE: MORNING:

AFTERNOON:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Class 1 (Mathematics) 10:15 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Class 2 (English)

Tuesday, Thursday (week 1) 8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Class 1 (Bioscience) 10:15 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Class 2 (Earth/Space Science)

Monday–Friday (every day) 11:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday (week 2) 8:30 a.m.–10:00 a.m. Class 1 (Chemistry) 10:15 a.m.–11:45 a.m. Class 2 (Physics/Engineering)

Lunch Seminar on preparing for the college experience Art or Music (instrumental, voice) enrichment

Completed coursework will be exhibited during closing ceremony on Friday, July 26, 1:45 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Participant families, TRiO staff and CCSU faculty/ administration will be invited to attend.

Funded by the CCSU TRiO ETS 2012-13 Federal Grant budget.

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Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. WWW.CCSU.EDU/CRP

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All Program Director and Coordinators must assess end of program outcomes. Students, Teaching Faculty, Peer Mentors and Staff must submit a written evaluation designed by Program Directors. The CRP Summer staff will be asked to sign the evaluation form and a copy will be forwarded to him/her. You will be afforded the opportunity for written feedback. Name of Employee: Position: Program: Period of Evaluation: Please describe the responsibilities assigned to this individual:

Does he/she fulfill the responsibilities listed above in a satisfactory manner? If so, what areas do they excel in? What areas need further development?

What is the overall skill and comfort level in assisting Summer CRP students?

Do they conduct themselves in a professional and collegial manner with students, parents, and target school personnel?

Is this individual’s attendance and punctuality acceptable? Are you able to rely on them to handle and expedite projects in a manner that meets Program needs?

If you were to rate the individual’s contribution to the Summer College Readiness Program, what would it be? Outstanding

Above Average

Average

Needs Improvements

Unsatisfactory

Further comments or observations: Name of Staff Member

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Lawrence J. Davidson Hall (LD) Power House (Facilities Management) Marcus White Hall (MW) Marcus White Annex Clarence Carroll Hall Henry Barnard Hall (HB) Herbert D. Welte Hall (HW) Harrison J. Kaiser Hall (HK) Catharine Beecher Residence Hall Samuel J. May Residence Hall Seth North Residence Hall Emma Hart Willard Hall (EW) Maria Sanford Hall (MS) Student Center Robert E. Sheridan Residence Hall Frank J. DiLoreto Hall (FD) Thomas H. Gallaudet Residence Hall Memorial Hall Mildred Barrows Residence Hall

SOCIAL SCIENCES HALL

1. 2. 3. 3A. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 19.

VG

B

BB

20. Robert Vance Residence Hall 21. Arute Stadium/Press Box 21A. Arute Field 22. Elihu Burritt Library (EB) 23. Nicolaus Copernicus Hall (NC) 23A. Anthony and Helen G. Bichum Engineering Laboratory 25. James J. Maloney Hall (FA) 26. East Hall (Facilities Management) 27. North Pump House (Facilities Management) 28. Charter Oak State College 29. Administrative Buildings 29D. Public Safety Building (Police Department) 32. Athletic Field (future site) 34. Grounds Building (Facilities Management) Kaiser Hall Annex 35.

SG 35

CG

F. Don James Residence Hall Robert C. Vance Academic Center (RVAC) Early Learning Center Future Residence Hall Balf-Savin Field/Bottalico Baseball Pressbox Energy Center (Facilities Management) South Pump House (Facilities Management) East Pump House (Facilities Management) Softball Field/Pressbox ATM Kiosk Soccer Field Social Sciences Hall Hitchcock-Young Pavilion Newman House

ADMINISTRATIVE BUILDINGS

ANTHONY & HELEN G. BICHUM ENGINEERING LABORATORY

36. 37. 38. 41. 42. 43. 44. 47. 64. 67. 68. 70. 76. NH

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PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING

PARKING KEY A Kaiser Hall Lot* B Student Center Lot* BB Library Lot* C Pikiell Lot CG Copernicus Garage* CO Charter Oak State College Reserved Lot D Manafort Drive Lot* (After 5pm) E Welte Hall Lot* F Barrows/James Hall Lot* G Willard/DiLoreto Lot H Marcus White Service Drive J Balf-Savin Field Lot K James Hall Circle L Willard Hall Reserved Lot M Maintenance Grounds Lot N Davidson Hall Reserved Lot O May Hall Lot P Power House Lot

NO.

Kaiser Hall Annex Elihu Burritt Library Emma Hart Willard Hall James J. Maloney Hall Frank J. DiLoreto Hall Henry Barnard Hall Harrison J. Kaiser Hall Herbert D. Welte Hall Lawrence J. Davidson Hall Maria Sanford Hall Marcus White Hall Nicolaus Copernicus Hall Robert C. Vance Academic Center Social Sciences Hall

NAME

CLASSROOM BUILDING CODES

CODE

35 22 11 25 15 5 7 6 1 12 3 23 37 70

Kaiser Annex Lot Vance Residence Hall Reserved Lot* Student Center Garage* Memorial Hall Lot Copernicus Hall Lot East Hall Upper Lot Vance Garage* East Hall Lower Lot Welte Garage* Receiving (Gas Pump) Lot Fine Arts Center Lot

ANX EB EW FA FD HB HK HW LD MS MW NC RVAC SSH

R S SG T U V VG W WG X Z

EMERGENCY PHONE LOCATIONS

* Student parking. All resident hall students should park in CG, SG or WG. For more information visit: www.ccsu.edu/police REV.3.25.13

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