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1. Sit where you can be seen so you can really be a part of the class and engage in discussions.

2. Take notes confidently. It’s easy to forget the information your instructor is giving you about class expectations or rules. Taking down the details will give you a road map to success.

3. Reach out to at least one other student. This will make the day easier for both of you and you’ll have a partner to work thru assignments with.

4. Take some after-class initiative. School activities, clubs and sports are great ways to meet people and become part of the entire school experience.

5. Breathe and be confident! No one does this alone. Introduce yourself to instructors, set your goals and get to work. You can do this!

The faculty and staff of ASA College welcome you to Fall Semester 2015!

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An Unprecedented Honor, President Valencia Joins FAPSC Board

An Unprecedented Honor, President Valencia Joins FAPSC Board Dear ASA College Community: Please join us in congratulating our President, Jose Valencia, who has just been elected as the newest member of the 22-member Board of Directors of the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges (FAPSC).  Established in 1956, FAPSC has been working on behalf of  hundreds of degree- and non-degree-granting career schools in Florida. It is the first time in the 36-year history of ASA College that its President or anyone from...

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Covid-19 Resources

COVID-19 Resources Urgent Updates from ASA President Updated: November 6, 2020 Read More >     COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Task Force               The NYS COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Task Force is a dynamic group of community, policy, and health experts who will assist the Governor in reducing barriers to vaccination and ensuring an equitable distribution of COVID-19 vaccine. Learn More > https://covid19vaccine.health.ny.gov/covid-19-vaccine-equity-task-force Published: March 1, 2021   The New York City Department of Health and...

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Happy Purim

Happy Purim Jewish people around the world celebrate the Festival of Purim today to honor the survival of the Jewish people under ancient Persian rule. Purim is one of the most entertaining Jewish holidays and has a carnival-like atmosphere. The celebrations start this evening and end in the evening tomorrow.