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this is a whiteboard video with animations and text that explain what academic probation is as well as how to avoid it. We are putting dynamic faces on stick figure bodies along with silly artwork in order to make this as fun as it is informational. Please bring a dynamic, college-age appeal to your voiceover. If selected, I will then send you a WAV file of the song that we are going to use under your recording. This will allow you to time it out and feel the rhythm of it. FYI - The song is available to listen to online at song "Start Packing" on the "Youthful Discretion" album on Smartsound.com, just search those words and you'll find it.
I will need a release form sent to me as well as your agreement that we can have 1-2 revisions for specific parts if they are not working (due to either timing or tone). 2015-03-27 20:20:53 GMT 2015-03-30 17:00:00 (GMT -08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Yes (click here to learn more about ) Closed and fulfilled 2 2 1 direct invitation(s) have been sent by the voice seeker resulting in 0 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far. Voice123 SmartCast is seeking 25 auditions and/or proposals for this project (approx.) Invitations sent by SmartCast have resulted in 2 audition(s) and/or proposal(s) so far.
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NARRATOR: As a student at Glendale Community College one of the choices you will make is whether to attend full time or part time.
You decide how many classes you think you can handle in your busy life.
NARRATOR: Full time students take 12 or more units per semester. The number of classes depends on how many units each class is worth.
Let’s say you take History 101: 3 units, English 101: 3 units, Math 100: 3 units and Dance 100: 3 units.
That’s 4 classes and a total of 12 units which is full time.
NARRATOR: So what’s the difference between classes and units?
In college the number of units is equal to the hours you spend in class. 1 unit equals 1 hour of instruction.
On top of that for each unit you’re expected to spend twice as many hours outside of class on school work.
NARRATOR: All of that work can quickly add up if you’re not organized.
As a student we know there's a lot more going on in your life than just college.
You have a lot to juggle which means you're not spending every waking moment worried about your Academic Standing.
What's Academic Standing? You see when you're a student at GCC grades DO matter.
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We’re betting you plan to get all “A’s” which is excellent. “C’s” are satisfactory. But “F’s”, those are considered failing just like in high school when you failed your final term paper on “Romeo and What’s-Her-Name.”
NARRATOR: Your Academic Standing is a combination of your GPA and whether or not you complete at least 50% of the units you enrolled in for a semester.
Figuring your Grade Point Average isn't complicated thanks to GCC's online GPA calculator.
You enter the number of units your class is worth.
Then enter your grade for each class.
After you enter all of your class units and grades for the semester the calculator works its magic.
NARRATOR: If you completed at least half of your classes and your GPA is 2.0 or higher then you have GOOD ACADEMIC STANDING.
But if your GPA is below 2.0 and you didn't complete at least half of your classes then you are put on Probation.
NARRATOR: Now don't think of it as punishment. GCC uses Probation as a warning system when students aren't making satisfactory progress.
At Glendale College there are 2 different types of Probation.
Academic Probation occurs when your GPA drops below 2.0
And Progress Probation happens when you attempt 12 units in a semester but complete less than 50% of the total units.
NARRATOR: If you do wind up on Probation don't worry, it's not the end of your college career, but it does come with consequences.
Students on any Probation for 2 semesters lose Priority Registration.
After 3 semesters of any Probation students will be unable to take any classes for 1 semester.
NARRATOR: We hope you never end up on Probation, but if you do, know that GCC is on your side to help you get back on track.
Your Academic Counselor is here to help you create a plan to return to Good Academic Standing.
Your Counselor will inform you of tricks and tips on ways to complete all your classes, how to repeat classes if needed, and direct you to tutoring services to help raise your grades.
NARRATOR: At Glendale Community College we are committed to helping you succeed which means keeping you off of Probation and letting you worry about more important things... like where to celebrate when you make the Dean’s List!
NARRATOR: For more information about Academic Probation contact the GCC Academic Counseling office.
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