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Saint Joseph’s College understands the unique challenges of learning online, so we have developed an effective and comprehensive support system, specifically to help our online learners navigate their academic experience.
Our team is comprised of a dedicated group of professionals who assist online learners throughout their studies from application, receipt of transcripts, selection of courses, accessing all platforms necessary for course content and assignment submission, all the way to graduation. Upon application, an Online Admissions Counselor is assigned to each student to help them through each step of the application process. After enrolling, an Academic Advisor is assigned to each online student to guide them through their experience to achieve their unique academic goals. They advise on course selection and program requirements, give direction on administrative policies and procedures, and offer proactive motivational support as needed. Full-time Academic Advisors work closely with online students, often in collaboration with program directors and faculty, to ensure students are able to access all available resources needed for success.
Students are encouraged to be in frequent communication with their Academic Advisor to inquire about their program status, register for courses, access college resources, or discuss any concerns about their progress. The Online Advising team can be reached by calling 800-343-5498 or 207-893-7800 or emailing email@example.com.
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Saint Joseph’s College, in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, provides accommodations to students who have physical, psychological, or learning disabilities. ADA accommodations at Saint Joseph’s College provides equitable access to ADA students in all academic programs within all aspects of Higher Education. Students who wish to receive accommodations are responsible for submitting current documentation of disabilities and accommodation needs. A student may declare a disability at any time throughout the academic semester; however, the beginning of the semester is ideal for academic success. Accommodation requests must be submitted to Holly Sanborn, Manager of ADA Accommodations within the Academic Center for Excellence (ACE). For more information regarding Saint Joseph’s College ADA Accommodations services, please contact Holly Sanborn at 207-893-7562 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Military and Veterans
Saint Joseph’s College is proud to assist the men and women who are currently serving in the military, select Reserve and National Guard personnel, and the veterans who have previously served in the armed forces in fulfilling their educational goals. We have served active duty military students through war and through peace.
Saint Joseph’s College participates in the following programs geared specifically to active military:
Applicants with military service should send a copy of an AART SMART Transcript, a DD Form 295, or a DD Form 214 to Enrollment Services, Saint Joseph’s Online, for review for possible transfer credit.
Certain military education programs, such as those listed above, may have different admissions criteria and procedures, and certain information contained in this catalog may not apply to students enrolled through these programs.
Saint Joseph’s College has many education programs approved for the training of veterans and their dependents. Online learning courses are approved for veterans and eligible dependents by the Maine State Agency for Veterans’ Education and Training. To begin using VA benefits a Certificate of Eligibility must be submitted and approved prior to the term start date.
GI Bill ® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). For more information about education benefits offered by VA, contact the Veteran’s Administration at 888-442-4551 (toll-free) or www.benefits.va.gov/gibill .