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FSCJ Fall 2010 ACCEPTED

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I have never used my computer on campus before. Is wireless available everywhere on North Campus like outside and in the classrooms? Or only in certain areas like the library or computer lab?

There's wireless everywhere. I used to sit on one of the sencond floor stair landings and catch up on things between classes on my laptop when it was cool out. There was a power outlet, and it was one towards the back of school where the trees are, so it had a nice little view too.

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How do you attach a file to a post?

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How do you attach a file to a post?

When you opt to post a reply and the window pops up that you type your reply in, you just scroll down a little bit. Under additional options, click manage attachments. If you do not see those options, it may be that you have to post 15 posts before you can access those options. I know you have to post 15 posts before you can private message people. It may be the same requirement for being able to add attachments.

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Thanks so much, NursRatchet, for letting me know that I will have to have at least 15 posts before all of the features will be available to me. I kept thinking I was doing something wrong because there is nothing on my screen about sending an attachment. I really appreciate your response!

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Hello Everyone,

Do you have to turn in the actual cpr card or a copy of it?

Also for the degree audit on August 30, do we have to print out our transcript from connections and bring it with us?

Thanks

Adal

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Just make a copy of your CPR card, and retain the original card for yourself. I made a front and back copy of my card to turn in to the school. As far as the transcript, I believe it couldn't hurt for you to bring a copy. Better safe than sorry.

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Have I mentioned I adore you all for this forum? This thing and all its information has been a lifesaver and I would truly hug it if I could! :hug:

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Have I mentioned I adore you all for this forum? This thing and all its information has been a lifesaver and I would truly hug it if I could! :hug:

As Marina says "Us future Nurses have to stick together!" :nurse::yeah:

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BigTuna: Did anyone else get an email offer from "FSCJ Refund Card"? It came to my FSCJ email address. It arrived shortly after I signed up for Amazon Student. :(

why the sad face? this is a good thing right? i got the email too, i think it means we're getting financial aid money back to live off of!

It is never a good thing when your school gives your personal information to a commercial third party - especially a school that pays so much lip service to confidentiality.

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BigTuna: Did anyone else get an email offer from "FSCJ Refund Card"? It came to my FSCJ email address. It arrived shortly after I signed up for Amazon Student. :(

It is never a good thing when your school gives your personal information to a commercial third party - especially a school that pays so much lip service to confidentiality.

I received the FSCJ Refund Card email prior to signing up/ordering books from Amazon Student. I, too, assumed the refund was the unused $$ from my student loans. I'm not sure the card and Amazon Student are related. Please explain if I'm mistaken as I'm relatively new to the financial aid process.

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