GTCC | Student – GTCC online Degree

GTCC | Student – GTCC online Degree

– I graduated from Guilford Tech in May of 2015 and I was inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. My plans are to go to North Carolina A&T University to study Animal Sciences and then hopefully off to NC State University to become a veterinarian. (upbeat music) There are a few different ways

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Student Advocacy Office – Academic Integrity

Student Advocacy Office – Academic Integrity

What does “academic integrity” mean? You might hear the term tossed around by academics, but it’s important for you to have a good, clear understanding of what it means. Concordia’s Academic Code of Conduct defines Academic Integrity as “honesty, responsibility, and fairness in all aspects of academic life”. Everyone in the university community is expected

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What do #UBuffalo students know about cyber security?

What do #UBuffalo students know about cyber security?

Hi, I’m Orly and today I’m on North Campus asking students about cyber security. What’s more important in a password, length or unique characters? I guess unique characters. Unique characters. Actually, length is more important because it takes longer for someone to hack into your account. We actually recommend that you use passphrases instead of

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Student Educational Plan

Student Educational Plan

When it comes to choosing a major or career, it is important to know your values, interests, personality and skills. Understanding yourself leads to greater success! People who choose to work in an environment similar to their personality type are more likely to be successful and satisfied. To explore career options and learning areas that

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FAFSA and FSA ID Tips for Parents

FAFSA and FSA ID Tips for Parents

♪♪ It’s time for your child to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA. The FAFSA is the student’s application. But, if your child is considered “dependent,” you will have to provide some information and sign it as well. If you aren’t sure if your child is considered a dependent student for

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