It consists of a new student orientation program, early academic advising, peer mentoring and social networking.
What does SOP stand for?
SOP stands for Student Orientation Program (various schools)
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We have 253 other meanings of SOP in our Acronym Attic
- Stock Option Plan
- Stock Option Price
- Stock Ownership Plan (various organizations)
- Strategic Operating Platform
- Streaked Optical Pyrometry
- Streaming Over P2P (Peer to Peer)
- Street Opening Permit (various locations)
- String of Purls (blog and shop; Omaha, NE)
- Stuck Open
- Student Operated Press
- Study Organization Plan
- Stupid Operating Procedures
- Sub Operator
- Subject-Oriented Programming
- Subsystem Operating Program (NASA, CEV Space Capsule)
- Sulfate of Potash (potassium sulfate)
- Sum of Products (Boolean expressions and logic gates)
- Sum of the Parts (financial valuation method)
- Summary of Progress (education; various locations)
- Super-Operator (IRC channels)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Farah Al Shaibani, coordinator of the student orientation program, said: "It was a good opportunity for students to get acquainted with the UD community, meet faculty, staff members and classmates.
The role of student orientation programs and services--CAS Standards Contextual Statement.
Continuous Improvement To address the skills necessary to be successful at University of Phoenix and to try to assist prospective students in making an informed decision about whether to invest their time, money, and effort, a new student orientation program was recently developed.
Student orientation programs play a vital role in communication between the department and its students.
Nasdaq: MCLL) today formally announced a unique new student orientation program utilizing wireless technology at the Loyola-Marymount University in Los Angeles.
for "The Science of the Race Car," an investigation into how the fastest humans on wheels use the laws of gravity and motion to speed their way into the record books (May 16-17, 1996) Each trip combines an hour-long teacher orientation/student preview program; a live, on-location telecast featuring leading experts (one hour per day for two consecutive days); student orientation programs on CNN NEWSROOM, with mini-features that complement the upcoming event; online forums before, during and after the live event with experts on- site and students around the country (plus special phone/fax links to the experts in the field); and full taping rights in perpetuity, so the programs can become permanent references for students and faculty.