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Letter To All Students 2011
Date: October, 7, 2011
To: YIEP Bellevue students of October, 2011
From: Rabbi Pesach Lerner, Director, YIEP
We hope that this letter finds you well. We ask that you make note of the following important information. Please let us know if you have any questions or require any further clarification. We look forward to an enjoyable and educational degree.
- At this time, all applicants’ files are at the university. Your major is Human Services, if you believe otherwise contact us ASAP.
- We trust anyone planning on using FAFSA for PELL grants, or STUDENT LOANS has completed the forms and responded to any inquires. The forms can be found on financial aid page of www.theyiep.com
- Please complete the FAFSA forms for 2011-12, 2012-13.
- If a counselor from the university calls or emails, please answer and respond asap. They will contact you if any information is missing with regard to application, transcripts, or finances.
- Class begins Monday, October 24, 2011. All forms, financial agreements, etc. must be completed and signed before then. As the Sukkos holiday is the week before class begins, we need your immediate attention and cooperation to get you fully registered and admitted.
- If you receive an unofficial credit evaluation from the university, please do not panic. YIEP Judaic evaluation and testing, seminary credits, etc. may not have been applied yet. Call us if you have any questions.
- If you have post high school Judaic education – Yeshiva or seminary – and have not yet requested that an official transcript be forwarded to YIEP Inc., please do so asap. Have the official document sent to YIEP Inc. 567 Cedar Hill Road, Suite 106, Far Rockaway, NY 11691.
- Be sure that all college transcripts, scores for AP and CLEP exams, etc. are sent to the university or YIEP Inc.
- We ask that all students review the course schedule and book list. Have you ordered the books for the first course? Information can be found at the bottom of www.theyiep.com home page.
- Please make sure to check your email daily, for information and updates. Please ask your friends to do the same.
- The following are links for you to review before class begins, to learn about the university’s online blackboard program. Please allocate the time to learn the university blackboard; it will make the first class so much easier.
Links for Blackboard Tutorials
Below are the links for the tutorials. I would suggest clearing your browser cache and cookies. Also, make sure java and the internet browser you use are fully updated on the computer you are loading the links from.
This Tutorial walks students through the navigation buttons in the course-
How to take an Online Class at Bellevue-
Student Tutorials Page-Many Resources-