4.Dedication and determination

“I would like them to come to college willing and eager to learn. I want them to know that the main priority is to put their job–that of being a student and earning a degree–absolutely first. No exceptions, no excuses. If they need another (part-time, please) job, then that is normal. But they need to understand that I am teaching a valuable life skill and they have committed to learning it.” – Mary Martin, PhD, professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee

5.Awareness of security protocol

“How to enter a strong password into an online form when attempting to initially log into secure campus computing sites.”  – Sam McCool

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