STEP One (copy)

Student Tailored Education Plan

Career

Have you chosen a career path that you are interested in pursuing? Do you know what you want to be when you grow up?

  • Yes
  • No

If yes, what career path did you choose and what interests you about it? If no, what is your plan to make a decision?

Have you considered your strengths, gifts, talents, skills, passions, or motivators and how that relates to your chosen career(s)?

  • Yes
  • No

Outside of your academic classes, it is important to develop your skill set to become more competitive in the job market.

Please review the following  12 Essentials for Success to better prepare yourself for the job market.

Did you review the 12 Essentials for Success?

  • Yes
  • No

Academic

Based on your career, academic, financial, and personal goals, do you feel like you are in the right major/program?

  • Yes
  • No
  • I haven't declared a major

What is your declared major and how will it help you reach your education and career goals? If undecided, what major(s) are you interested in?

What classes do you plan on taking next semester?

What is your primary goal at LDSBC?

  • One-year skills certificate
  • Two-year skills degree
  • Associates degree then transfer to a four-year university
  • Professional development, e.g., to brush up on some skills, to get a promotion, to get a better job, etc.
  • Other (enter your response below)?

What academic resources do you feel you would benefit from?

  • Academic Advising
  • Tutoring
  • Study Skills
  • Disability Services
  • Other (enter your response below)

Financial

Do you have a plan to pay for school next semester?

  • Yes
  • No

How do you plan to finance your education

  • Family
  • Sponsor (International Student)
  • Work
  • Financial Aid
  • Scholarship(s)
  • Grants & Loans

Will you be applying for student health insurance next semester?

  • Yes
  • Yes, but I am not sure how I will pay for it.
  • No, I have my own insurance policy (parent, spouse, employer, etc.) and will submitting a waiver.
  • No, I am enrolled in less than 9 credits hours.

Do you intend to work while in school?

  • Yes, I have a job
  • Yes, I am looking for a job.
  • Yes, I would like help getting a job.
  • No, I don't plan on working while in school.

What are your financial goals?

Personal

Do you feel like you will have a successful semester?

What do you feel will be the key(s) to a successful semester?

Do you foresee any challenges? How will you overcome them? Health issues, poor study habits, anxieties, work, social life, housing, roommates, etc.

In a typical week, how many hours will you spend in the following categories?

Attending class:   

If you are taking 15 credits, you will spend 15 hours per week attending class.

Studying  

It is suggested that you study for 2 hours per credit. For example, 15 credits x 2 hours= 30 study hours per week.

Working:  

Keep in mind how many hours you will be working and how many credits you will be taking. Allow enough time to succeed in your classes

Commuting:   

How many hours will you be commuting to and from school and work per week?

Sleeping:   

Typically, adults need between 7-9 hours per night, which is 49-63 hours per week. Times vary by individual. It's important to assess your own needs.

Other:   

Family time, socializing, dating, studying the scriptures, fulfilling Church callings, etc.

Total Hours per Week:   

There are 168 hours in a week.

Do you feel like your schedule is manageable?

  

Time Management

Please fill out this time management calculator to get a feel for your schedule.

TIME MANAGEMENT CALCULATOR

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In a typical week, how many hours will you spend in the following categories?

Attending class: 

If you are taking 15 credits, you will spend 15 hours per week attending class.

Studying: 

It is suggested that you study for 2 hours per credit. For example, 15 credits x 2 hours= 30 study hours per week.

Working:

Keep in mind how many hours you will be working and how many credits you will be taking. Allow enough time to succeed in your classes

Commuting: 

How many hours will you be commuting to and from school and work per week?

Sleeping: 

Typically, adults need between 7-9 hours per night, which is 49-63 hours per week. Times vary by individual. It's important to assess your own needs.

Other: 

Family time, socializing, dating, studying the scriptures, fulfilling Church callings, etc.

Total Hours per Week: 

There are 168 hours in a week.

Do you feel like your schedule is manageable?

Feedback

Was this process helpful?

If yes, what was helpful? If no, what can we do better?

Do you intend to serve a mission before you graduate from LDSBC?

What brought you here to LDS Business College? Please check all that apply, then explain in the open box below.

  • Someone referred me Was it a friend, sibling, parent, church leader, etc. Are they a current or previous LDSBC student?
  • Advertisement Was it radio, TV, or web advertisement, social media, billboard, etc.?
  • My camp tour helped me make the decision
  • I was interested in the environment Was it small classes, spirit-centered, caring staff, family feel, etc.?
  • I wasn't quite sure what I wanted to do, but learned that LDSBC could help What kind of help are you looking for?
  • The affordable cost
  • The opportunity to develop spiritually, academically, and socially
  • The Spirit lead me here
  • Knowing that I will be able to get the support I need to be successful How have you been helped so far?
  • I hoped LDSBC could make a difference in my life Please explain.
  • I hoped LDSBC could make a difference in my life Please explain.
  • I was interested in the program offerings Which program(s) caught your interest?