This weekend I received quite a shocking letter from Portland State University. They mentioned that they were actually not going to register me for CI 515 (a required class) that I had some registration problems with. Without this class, I couldn’t graduate, get a degree at all, get a license, get my job in South Korea! This 1 credit class could seal my fate so quickly? I wasn’t going to let that happen. I emailed my professor and she was quick to respond (even though it was Mothers Day!) What I ended up having to do is creating another class CI 507 and it is a class that is equivalent to CI 515 BUT for some freakin reason they wont let me register for that! Now I will probably have to defend myself when it comes to licensing time and say that CI 507 is CI 515. Ugh. I look forward to this following me around all of my teaching career.
That was not the only document that I was needing to take care of. I was needing a letter from the Department Chair of my program saying that I am on the right track to getting my Masters degree. Not only did I need that letter, but I needed to go to Salem to get it Apostilled. One good thing about that was that I got to see Jeff : )
Once I had that, that was the completion of my documents process- other than running them down to Joyce at PSU!
Once I was done apostiling my letter Jerf took me to lunch : ) Once I made my way back to Portland, I got a phone call from Craig and Joyce in the ballroom. I ran up the stairs and handed over my documents! It was bitter sweet. I found out that I didn’t attach things that I was supposed to, ugh, and I was supposed to have 2 pictures of my passport. I hope that it will be okay. If not I will be prepared to drive it to Joyce!
At the end of the day:
-I am registered for a reflective practice class (although sounds different is the same class)
-Joyce has all of my documents and she is sending them to South Korea tomorrow. She is saving Jeff and I a lot of money on postage : )
-I drank a margarita with Lana : )