Update For Friday, March 7, 2014
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||Session 1 Membership Application deadline
||Session 3 Enrolment deadline
||Session 1 Supplemental Exam registration deadline
||Session 2 Challenge/Supplemental Exam withdrawal deadline (partial refund); Session Change deadline for Challenge Exams
||Session 1 Membership Applications Approval
||Session 1 re-grade and critique deadline
||Session 2 exam deferral deadline (2 pm)
|March 10 - 15
||Session 2 Exam Week (wishing you success!)
Enrolled in PA1 or PA2 for Session 3?
Remember Virtual Classes Will be Available!
We are pleased to advise students, virtual classes will continue to be offered for PA1 and PA2 students in Session 3 2013-2014. The virtual classrooms will be available to all students enrolled in PA1 and PA2 courses and are accessed via Blackboard OLE. Session 3 virtual classrooms will begin the week of March 17, 2014. The first hour will be dedicated to the guided instruction; the balance of class time will be spent answering students’ questions.
For more information on the virtual classroom experience, please refer to:
- PA1 & PA2 Virtual Classroom – Introduction
- PA1 & PA2 Virtual Classroom Schedules
- 2013 Virtual Classroom Handbook and Wimba Manual for Students.
All can be found under the PA1 and PA2 Course Information heading in the Course Information area of our website.
Course Planning for 2014-2015?
We are pleased to announce the 2014-2015 CGA Course Schedule is now available!
If you require assistance with your course planning, please contact a Student Advisor at Advising@cga-bc.org
Recent Course Assignment Violations
Although cases of plagiarism and academic integrity violations among CGA-BC students are extremely rare, all CGA students should be aware of what constitutes a violation and its consequences. As some students have discovered, CGA-BC does not accept copying assignments under any circumstances. Students caught in this situation receive marks of 0% for their assignment work. In addition, a letter of warning is placed in their permanent student files.
Here are some examples of recent course assignment violations to assist you in understanding what constitutes a violation of the academic integrity policy.
The economy may have slowed but demand for CGA members and students are still strong. For proof, see the Hot Jobs page updated weekly. If you haven’t already signed up to CGAjobs.org, do so. And don’t forget to post your resumé to the site.
Help Us Keep Tabs on Your Successes
Fellow students, members and Association staff want to hear about your successes in school, at work and in other aspects of your life. Tell us all about it to be featured in Outlook, the all-member and student magazine. Or maybe you know of a student who is too humble to blow their own horn. Let us know of [advising#cga-bc,org]story ideas and students to profile for Sessions, the student newsletter that comes in every issue of Outlook.