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Welcome Message from Scit Rep Monique ChenPhilosophy: Greatness is not measured by what a man or woman accomplishes but by the obstacles he or she overcomes to achieve them. - Dorothy Height
Motto: Discipline, Dedication and Determination (The 3Ds)
It is with great pleasure and immense joy that I am able to represent the students of the School of Computing and Information Technology for the academic year 2013/2014. This opportunity is one that is dear to my heart and I will see to it that we as a family achieve a successful year of effective communication, student involvement and ultimate representation.
I welcome our new students; this is where your journey to a successful life begins. The work and effort you put in your studies for the next four year will determine your future. I implore you be active in all school activities. This will give you an opportunity to build a relationship among your fellow schoolmates. There are several interfaculty activities during the academic year, for sports we have: Football, Volleyball, Cricket, Basketball, Netball and Track & Field. There are also interfaculty Debating and Quiz matches, so there is an activity for every student. We also have clubs such as UTASE, SAPNA and IEEE that will give you that extra edge needed to become the epitome of a computing student.
To the returning students, at this point we are well aware of our weaknesses and strengths. I advise that you work on improving these skills and contribute where you can to helping our fellow SCIT students. This brings me to our Mentorship program, this program will give you proper guidance and assistance where needed in the subject area you are struggling in, especially for the 1st years there is help available for Programming 1 and 2. If you are interested just visit the SCIT representativeâ€™s office and sign up.
To the 3rd and 4th year students, I understand that these are critical years for you as you are looking towards graduation and having your major projects to complete. However, take the time to get acquainted with the freshmen and sophomore years, assist where you can and give advice, and remember your earlier years.
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