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August 25
SCTD Library is on Twitter!

​Follow the SCTD Library Twitter feed for announcements and notifications of new book purchases! You won't be inundated with lots of unwanted tweets! 

Find us at @sctdlibrary.


August 14
SET Survey begins this week
Students will receive a link to the SET surveys in their student email.

August 14
Spirit Week Is This Week!

Activities will take place at noon to 1 p.m. and 7 - 8 p.m. behind the administration building.

Monday: Frisbee golf, snow cones. Dress in SCTD spirit wear.

Tuesday: Corn hole, nachos and IIDA bake sale. Dress in your favorite decade!

Wednesday: Volleyball, pizza and Red Cross Blood Drive. Dress in your favorite sports team spirit wear!

Thursday: Chalk art contest judging and ice cream social. Dress in your favorite superhero, cartoon or movie character wear!

NOTICE: All blood donors on Wednesday will recieve a free KINGS ISLAND pass!

August 06
Canned Food Drive to Benefit Needy SCTD Students

​SCTD is hosting a canned food drive that will benefit students at SCTD who may not have steady or reliable access to food! Helping students with this basic need will certainly help them to find success in classes! Please consider donating some food to this very worthy cause. You may donate food items to Cherise Mingus, SCTD's Entry and Retention Specialist by August 21st. Those who donate 5 items or more qualify to wear jeans on August 21st!

August 04
Eat Your Spinach! Blood Drive on August 19th

The Red Cross Blood Mobile will be on the SCTD Campus on Aug. 19th, during Spirit week! Please consider donating this generous gift and save a life! The Blood Mobile will be here during morning and evening hours. There is time to eat your spinach and other iron rich foods before August 19th. Be sure to eat a good meal before donating blood.

August 04
Consider Donating School Supplies to Wayside Mission!

SCTD is gathering school items for kids in grades 3-5 who are residing or receiving services from Wayside Mission. Pencils, wide ruled paper, scissors, rulers, folders, glue sticks, etc. Items that will fit into a back pack. Items can be dropped off at Student Services until this Thursday, Aug. 6. Help make going to school a success for a needy child and pick up some supplies by Thursday. Thank you!

July 27
15% Tuition Discount for Returning Alumni

Spread the word to any Sullivan University System alumni that there will be a 15% tuition discount for any returning alumni wishing to attain their next degree level! There are also tuition discounts for immediate family of SUS alumni as well! For more information, please see www.sctd.edu/opportunity or contact Nicole Goodin at ngoodin@sullivan.edu.​

July 23
Student Satisfaction Inventory Survey to begin in WEEK 5! Next Week!

​The Student Satisfaction Inventory (SSI) survey will occur next week (week 5), August 27-30. The SSI allows students to anonymously share their opinions on different aspects of the college. This quarter, SCTD will administer the survey using Survey Monkey. A link to the survey will be emailed to the student SCTD email accounts. Students are highly encouraged to take this survey, as their feedback is essential for the growth and improvement of our college.

May 04
Midterm Grades Due

​Midterm grades are due by noon on Friday, May 8, 2015.  Directions for posting midterm grades to your faculty portal appear below.  If you have questions or problems accessing the portal to post your grades, call on one of the deans or contact the Campus Vue support team at 413-8800. 

 

Sullivan College of Technology & Design Instructions for entering Midterm & Final Grades
To enter the CampusVue faculty portal and enter student grades, follow the steps below:
1.    Log on to your computer at school or at home as you usually do.
 
2.    Use the Microsoft Internet Explorer, and go to http://facultyportal.sctd.edu
 
3.    Enter your username as your first name initial and your last name run together in small case letters (i.e., John Doe would use jdoe@suscorp.edu).
 
4.    Enter your password, the same password that you use to log onto the computer.
 
5.    After entering your username and password, click the Login button, and this will take you to the Faculty Portal Website.
 
6.    Click on the My Classes tab located on the left-hand side of the page to locate your Class Schedule and/or your Gradebook. When using either of these pages, be sure to select the current quarter to view.
 
7.    Once in the Gradebook section, select a class. Then select the Midterm Grades tab. It will bring up the list of students that are still in the class. Students that have been dropped or have withdrawn will not appear. The appropriate grade is already in the system for them. Enter the grades for each student. You also have the option of entering a comment and/or a numeric grade for the student if you wish to do so. This is not required though. Once done entering grades for the class, click the “Post Midterm Grades” button. This completes the process and officially posts or transmits the grade information.
 
8.    Once you’ve posted the grades, you cannot change the grade information that has been entered. If a correction needs to be made, please contact someone in the Registrar’s Office.
 
9.    After entering the grade information for one class, use the Back button to go back to the first page of the website where your classes are listed. Click on another class, and repeat the process. Do this until all grades have been entered for all your classes.
 
10.  Instructors are required to enter midterm grades of A, B, C, D, F for all students. Students earning a D or F at midterm will receive a letter from the Administrative Offices encouraging them to attend Plus Friday and, if questions, to get with their instructors. When posting midterm grades, feel free to post a comment that students will see on their student portal.
April 01
SUS SUCCESS

​As you know, all faculty are now required to complete one SUS Success module each quarter.  To make this easier for faculty during the spring quarter, Erin Chism is offering a webinar on April 24 at 9:00 which will focus on lesson capture techniques using Camtasia and Panopto.  This webinar will count as the SUS Success PD for the spring quarter.  You will receive log in isntructions with your SUS Success reminder in the coming week.

 

Thank you for your participation, and please address questions to Sheree Koppel.

 

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