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2 Get a jump start on your college degree. The College and Career Readiness and College Completion Act of 2013 has made dual enrollment more affordable than ever before. Public high school students who qualify for free and reduced meals (FARM) can enroll in Wor-Wic classes tuition-free, only having to pay for books and fees. Students in private schools that have dual enrollment agreements with Wor-Wic pay 75 percent of the regular tuition rate. Public high school students who do not qualify for FARM pay 90 percent of the 75 percent tuition rate. In addition to the discounted tuition rates, Wor-Wic has designated almost $20,000 in grant funds to support dual enrollment students who demonstrate financial need. Did you know that the students sitting next to you in your junior and senior high school classes could also be taking college classes to get a jump start on their college education? In fact, they could be earning high school and college credits at the same time, through the dual enrollment program at Wor-Wic Community College. By taking advantage of dual enrollment, you can: earn college credits that will transfer to an in-state or out-of-state college or university; build confidence and reduce anxiety about college; add some excitement to your final year or two of high school; get some of your general education courses out of the way so you can focus more on your major after transferring to a four-year school; increase the likelihood of earning your bachelor s degree in four years or less; and significantly reduce the cost of your college education. Don t forget that Wor-Wic will also accept your Advanced Placement (AP) course work if you achieve a score of 3 or higher. And, you could even receive college credits for certain courses you completed in high school as a result of articulation agreements that Wor-Wic has with the local boards of education. Matthew Adkins graduated from Wor-Wic a month before he graduated from Wi-Hi. In addition to skipping his senior year of high school, he used his high school AP credits to complete the requirements for his two-year associate degree in general studies in just one year. All of his Wor-Wic credits transferred to Salisbury University, where he graduated with a degree in biology. Steps to Dual Enrollment See your high school guidance counselor to determine if you meet eligibility requirements. Bring your completed Dual Enrollment Certification Form to Wor-Wic s admissions office. Complete Wor-Wic s online admission application. Go to and click on Apply & Register. Take Wor-Wic s placement tests. Call (410) for Testing hours and to make arrangements to obtain a testing referral form. Meet with Richard C. Webster, director of admissions, to register for classes. He can be reached at (410) or Meet with Fred Howard, financial aid state scholarship coordinator, if you are interested in applying for financial aid. He can be reached at (410) or

3 wor-wic community college Wor-Wic community college campus dr., Salisbury, md (410) (800) tty/voice/ascii office HourS monday through Friday...8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Student Services evening hours: monday and thursday...4:30 to 8 p.m. college information desk hours: monday through thursday...8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday...8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday...8 a.m. to noon contents Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule Programs of directory Advisors and departments by Program Student Services Financial information tuition rates residency requirements tuition waivers dual enrollment Fees Payment Procedures installment Plan Veterans Benefits education tax credits Financial Aid registration information current Students new and returning Students online registration and Payment english as a Second language Placement testing Services for Students with disabilities Schedule Adjustment dropping and Adding courses refunds withdrawal Student identification cards distance education Bookstore Academic Support Services how to read the Schedule Summer i Academic calendar, class Schedule and Final examination Schedules Summer ii Academic calendar, class Schedule and Final examination Schedules Fall Academic calendar, class Schedule and Final examination Schedules Find your way Around (campus map)

4 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule ProgrAmS of StuDy the following associate degree, certificate of proficiency or letter of recognition program options are offered: Accounting Accounting, A.A.S., certificate Business Business management, A.A.S. Business transfer, A.A. Business management, certificate general Business option Small Business management option chemical Dependency counseling chemical dependency counseling, A.A.S., certificate computer Studies computer Science transfer, A.A. computer technology, A.A.S. computer & network Support technology option Programming & internet technology option computer technology, certificate computer information Security option computer Software technician option computer technology, letter A+ certification option web design option construction engineering technology Architectural computer-aided drafting, certificate criminal Justice criminal Justice, A.A.S. corrections option Forensic Science option law enforcement option criminal Justice, certificate corrections option Forensic Science option investigative Forensics option law enforcement option law enforcement technology option criminal Justice, letter correctional technician option education early childhood education, A.A.S., certificate early childhood education transfer, A.A.t. elementary education/generic Special education PreK-12 transfer, A.A.t. Secondary education transfer, A.A. electronics electronic engineering technology, A.A.S. electronic engineering technology option electronics transfer option electronic engineering technology, certificate communication electronics option electronic engineering technology option electronic engineering technology, letter Basic electronics emergency medical Services emergency medical Services, certificate emt-i option emt-p option emergency medical Services, A.A.S. environmental Science environmental energy technology, A.A.S., certificate environmental Science transfer, A.S environmental Science, letter environmental energy technology option environmental Science option general Studies general Studies transfer, A.A. Hotel-motel-restaurant management hotel-motel-restaurant management, A.A.S. culinary Arts option hotel-motel-restaurant management option hotel-motel-restaurant management, certificate culinary Arts option hotel-motel management option restaurant management option manufacturing manufacturing engineering technology, A.A.S. manufacturing computer-aided drafting option manufacturing engineering technology, certificate manufacturing computer-aided drafting option nursing Practical nursing, certificate nursing, A.S. occupational therapy Assistant occupational therapy Assistant, A.A.S. office technology office technology, A.A.S. medical office Assistant option office technology Specialist option office technology, certificate Applications Specialist option health information technology option office Assistant option office technology, letter multimedia communication word Processing Physical therapist Assistant Physical therapist Assistant, A.A.S. radiologic technology radiologic technology, A.A.S. Science Science transfer, A.S. turf management turf management technology, certificate In compliance with federal gainful employment disclosure requirements, Wor-Wic provides prospective students with on-time completion rates, median loan debt and other information related to certificate programs on the college website (www.worwic.edu). 2

5 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule Why is one of these students paying less? $3,240 $8,280 ea. tuition and fees at wor-wic community college are almost 40 percent of the average cost at public four-year colleges in maryland. the savings are even greater when compared to out-of-state and private schools. that may be why more than half of all lower Shore undergraduates in maryland are attending wor-wic. whether you are planning to earn a four-year degree or preparing for a rewarding career, there s no better place to begin than wor-wic. not only will you receive a top-notch education, but you and your parents can avoid going into debt. our graduates have transferred to: california State university city university of new york (cuny) clemson university cornell university Florida State university george washington university Johnson & wales university old dominion university Penn State Salisbury university temple university towson university university of colorado university of maryland (Baltimore, college Park, eastern Shore, university college) university of Phoenix Virginia tech washington college wilmington university and many more! It is the policy of Wor-Wic Community College not to discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, disability or any other characteristic protected by law in the admission and treatment of students, access to educational programs and activities, and terms and conditions of employment. Questions and complaints should be submitted to Wor-Wic s Title IX coordinators and discrimination investigators. Complaints against students should be directed to Dr. Lynn Wiljanen, dean of student development, BH 110, or (410) Complaints against employees should be directed to Karen Berkheimer, director of human resources, BH 107, or (410) Complaints can be mailed to the attention of these individuals at Wor-Wic Community College, Campus Dr., Salisbury, MD /2015 3

6 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule Directory Advisors and Departments by Program Program Area Advisors Department Phone (Location) Accounting mark Sullivan Business (410) (Foh) Business marie B. calafiura Business (410) (Foh) ronald g. dolch* chemical dependency cheryl t. cotten human Services (410) (hc) counseling Shane Ferguson ryan messatzzia computer Studies curtis Satterfield technology (410) (Bh) construction engineering tba technology (410) (mtc) technology criminal Justice John c. moses* criminal Justice (410) (gh) edmond J. o Brien david P. Striegel education Bridget Benshetler human Services (410) (hc) dr. Betty J. daughenbaugh michelle B. morris daniel r. Pavese iii Patricia l. riley* Kari Schamberger electronics S. Jamal mirlohi technology (410) (mtc) emergency medical Services daniel r. webster Jr.* occupational (410) (AhB) education environmental Science dr. Stacey wilson* mathematics (410) (hh) & Science tba technology (410) (mtc) general Studies dr. Allison S. Bartlett Arts & humanities (410) (Bh) dr. lawrence Blasco Sheila Blosveren Jill c. Buchert dr. Judith m. Ferrand dr. elizabeth c. Jones Amy oneal-self laura Paddack charles Porter Allison Query melissa reddish Adam tavel Jennifer l. tusing dr. elaine l. Vander clute* Susan davis mathematics (410) (hh) Burma r. Freeman deborah d. Fries Pamela m. Jones Susan B. lloyd Alketa nina dr. upul Senaratne Stephanie Shultz dr. edward t. taylor terry thompson & Science 4

7 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule Directory (continued) Advisors and Departments by Program (continued) Program Area Advisors Department Phone (Location) general Studies (continued) mary lou townsend mathematics (410) (hh) Susan twigg & Science dr. Stacey wilson* hotel-motel-restaurant dr. george ojie-ahamiojie* hotel-motel- (410) (Foh) management Paul g. Suplee restaurant management manufacturing tba technology (410) (mtc) nursing carlene J. campbell nursing (410) (AhB) tiny J. chiramel dr. lynn m. derickson Jennifer hart marian Kanski deana Kenney Bini Koshy Stacy mcgrath dr. Brenda J. mister* dr. Kimberley m. roop dixie J. Sollazzo Andrea e. Stern dr. coleen m. weil deborah S. wilson occupational ellen Siegmund* occupational (410) (AhB) therapy Assistant Kinesics c. Straughter therapy Assistant office technology lucinda e. Stanley Business (410) (Foh) Physical therapist Assistant dr. tiffany Kotra-loos Physical (410) (AhB) Jon c. waxham* therapist Assistant radiologic technology cynthia ross radiologic (410) (AhB) Karie Solembrino* technology Science dr. Stacey wilson* mathematics (410) (hh) & Science turf management tba technology (410) (mtc) * indicates department head Student Services Admissions richard c. webster (410) (Bh) Bookstore Joe Frank (410) (hc) career Services lori Smoot (410) (Bh) cashier mary V. webster (410) (Bh) child care Sandra l. march (410) (Jc) counseling Annette Brown (410) (Bh) dean of Student development dr. lynn m. wiljanen (410) (Bh) Financial Aid deborah e. Jenkins (410) (Bh) Placement testing rosemarie Bagnall (410) (Bh) registrar Kelly l. hewett (410) (Bh) Student Activities dr. Katherine l. r. Jones (410) (hc) Student retention dr. deirdra g. Johnson (410) (Bh) Veterans Benefits Fred howard (410) (Bh) 5

8 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule FinAnciAl information tuition rates the college reserves the right to change tuition rates without prior notice. Summer Fall Per credit hour Per credit hour in-county $100 $103 out-of-county $224 $231 out-of-state $276 $284 the in-county rate applies to residents of worcester, wicomico and Somerset counties. the out-of-county rate applies to maryland residents who live outside of worcester, wicomico and Somerset counties. the out-of-state rate applies to residents of any state other than maryland. non-u.s. citizens who meet the requirements of the maryland dream Act can pay in-state tuition rates. go to for eligibility information. residency requirements At the time of admission or whenever a student reports a change in student information, he or she must confirm his or her domicile for tuition classification purposes. As used here, domicile is defined as a student s permanent place of abode, where physical presence and possessions are maintained with the intention of remaining indefinitely or the permanent place of abode of any person or persons contributing more than one-half of the student s financial support during the most recently-completed year. to establish domicile, an individual must permanently reside in the state or in the county for three months prior to the beginning of the term. however, in some cases, this does not automatically guarantee domicile status and supporting evidence of residency may be required in the form of income tax papers, driver s license, vehicle registration, insurance policies, voter s registration, rent receipts and/or other requested information. tuition Waivers tuition (not including fees) is waived for maryland residents who are 60 years old or older or who are retired as a result of a disability as defined by the Social Security or railroad retirement Act, who enroll in any credit class that has at least 10, or is being continued with less than 10, regularly-enrolled students. members of the maryland national guard who have two or more years of service remaining are eligible for a 50 percent tuition waiver. Appropriate documentation for a maryland national guard waiver must be presented each term. in order to receive a tuition waiver based on retirement due to a disability, the student must provide appropriate documentation from the Social Security Administration. in order to receive a tuition waiver based on disability, students must submit documentation of the disability and apply for federal financial aid annually. the disability waiver is applied only when the financial aid awarded to the student does not fully cover tuition charges. the senior citizen tuition waivers are provided on a space-available basis. in order to qualify for a senior citizen tuition waiver, the student must provide proof that his or her 60th birthday has occurred prior to the first class session. tuition waiver forms are available in the counseling office. Dual enrollment the college and career readiness and college completion Act of 2013 offers qualified dual enrollment students discounts for tuition. Public high school students who qualify for free and reduced meals (FArm) can enroll in wor-wic classes tuition-free, only having to pay for books and fees. Public high school students who do not qualify for FArm pay 90 percent of the 75 percent tuition rate. Students attending any worcester, wicomico or Somerset public high school, the Salisbury School, Salisbury christian School or holly grove christian School, as well as delmar high School students who live in maryland, can provide certification by a high school official that they meet the school s dual enrollment eligibility requirements to receive a discount on the regular tuition rate. 6

9 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule FinAnciAl information (continued) Fees the college reserves the right to change fees without prior notice. technology Fee (per credit hour) $15 returned check Fee $20 SgA Fee (per credit hour) $2 Student id replacement Fee $2 installment Plan Fee $20 Proficiency examination Fee.....$35 and up late Payment Fee $25 course Fees variable Payment Procedures wor-wic accepts ViSA, mastercard, discover and American express. Payment can be made online or in person at the cashier s office on campus. Payment can also be mailed to: cashier s office, wor-wic community college, campus dr., Salisbury, md Students can view an itemized list of charges, payments and financial aid awards that have been applied to their accounts by accessing the mywor-wic portal. Students who have not made full payment or alternative payment arrangements (installment plan enrollment, pending financial aid or third-party payment confirmation) by the stated deadlines will have their registrations dropped. Students who register after the stated deadlines must make full payment or alternative payment arrangements at the time of registration. Students whose tuition is being paid by a third party, such as an employer, must provide a letter from the third party guaranteeing payment to the cashier by the stated deadlines. installment Plan An installment plan is available to all students who register for fall classes and whose bill for tuition is at least equal to the in-county cost of six credit hours. Students must pay at least half of the tuition bill by Aug. 6 (or at the time of registration for those registering after Aug. 6), with the balance due by oct. 23. Students who do not make full payment by oct. 23 are charged a late payment fee. these students cannot obtain grades or transcripts, register for classes or participate in commencement until full payment is made. dropping or withdrawing from a course does not eliminate the student s financial obligations to the college. Veterans Benefits in addition to the standard student services offered by the college, veterans can receive added assistance from the regional office of the Veterans Administration (VA). the tuition and fees of veterans eligible for the Post 9-11 gi-bill and vocational rehabilitation are paid directly to the college by the VA. Since educational benefits for other veterans are paid directly to the veterans, they are directly responsible to the college for the payment of their tuition and fees, regardless of the timeliness in which their VA checks are received. wor-wic recognizes and adheres to VA standards and strives to assist veterans as much as possible in resolving discrepancies that relate to educational programming. Safety & Security the college strives to provide students and employees with a learning and working environment that is safe and secure, free from substance abuse, sex offenses and other crimes. Policies and procedures are developed to meet this goal and to comply with federal, state and local laws that govern the conduct of students and employees at college facilities or at college-sponsored events. An annual security report, which contains policies and procedures regarding campus security, alcohol and drug use, safety and crime prevention tips, crime reporting procedures and crime statistics, is available to all students and employees and prospective students and employees. the report can be accessed on the college website at or a copy can be obtained by contacting the facilities management department at (410)

10 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule FinAnciAl information (continued) education tax credits American opportunity credit/hope and lifetime learning tax credits are available to eligible students under federal legislation. the American opportunity credit/hope credit enables students to receive a tax credit of up to $2,500 per year for four years of postsecondary education. the lifetime learning tax credit is available for an unlimited number of years for up to $2,000 each year. the business office sends 1098-t tuition statements to students by Jan. 31 each year. Financial Aid wor-wic offers a variety of financial aid opportunities, including federal programs such as grants, work-study and educational loans, state scholarships and a variety of local scholarships and loans. Students interested in applying for aid with a need-based component must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and provide follow-up documentation as requested. Students can complete the FAFSA online at as early as Jan. 1. internet access and computers that can be used to complete the FAFSA are available in the financial aid office. up to three copies of the paper application can be obtained by calling the Federal Student Aid information center at (800) to be eligible for consideration of any federal, state or local financial aid, students must have a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent. registration information current Students you are a current student if you were enrolled at wor-wic in the spring of current students are encouraged to make an appointment with their advisor and register during early registration march 30 through April 5. new and returning Students you are a returning student if you were enrolled at wor-wic before, but not in the spring of Students who want to return to wor-wic after one fall or spring term of non-enrollment should submit a completed Student reactivation Form to the admissions office. you are a new student if you were never enrolled in a credit class at wor-wic before. Before registering for classes, you must complete an admission application (www.worwic.edu/apply), take any necessary placement tests and provide official copies of transcripts for transfer evaluation. if you are a new transfer student attending wor-wic, you must meet with the associate registrar or your assigned faculty advisor to register for classes. Students who are attending college for the first time are required to participate in a Student orientation, Advising and registration (SoAr) session to register for classes. SoAr sessions focus on academic advising, online registration, financial aid and campus resources. First-time students are required to meet with their assigned advisor in person to develop an educational plan. Advisors review the student s planned courses and conduct a program evaluation to help the student meet his or her educational goals. We re smoke-free (almost) Smoking/tobacco use, including smokeless tobacco, electronic cigarettes and other nicotine products, is permitted on campus only in designated parking lot areas that are at least 25 feet from any building. Smoking/tobacco use is not permitted in the lot in front of Brunkhorst hall (Bh). A copy of the entire smoking/tobacco use policy can be obtained at the college information desk. 8

11 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule registration information (continued) online registration and Payment if you are a current student in good academic standing, you can register and pay online: 1. go to https://my.worwic.edu to access the mywor-wic portal; 2. log in with your wor-wic user name (e.g., jsmith0001) and password (your birth date in yyyymmdd format); 3. click on Current Credit Students under WebAdvisor, then Academic Planning and Student Planning, to register; 4. Select the Student Finance tab, then Make A Payment to pay your bill; 5. choose the payment method from the drop-down menu and select the appropriate term check box. Payments made online must be paid in full; 6. make the payment and print a copy of the results for your records; 7. Select Account Activity, the appropriate term (e.g., fall, spring, summer) and click Expand All to view a schedule of classes, itemized list of charges, payments and financial aid awards applied to your account; 8. click View Statement to print a copy for your records; and 9. log out. Students must meet with their advisor and register in person if they are: 1. new students attending wor-wic for the first time; 2. new transfer students; 3. returning after a fall or spring term of non-enrollment; 4. currently in high school; 5. on academic probation or required to attend a suspension conference; 6. missing prerequisites; or 7. taking a course that requires department head permission. english as a Second language new students who speak english as a second language are required to take computerized assessments of their english language skills before they can take wor-wic s general placement tests or enroll in any credit classes. Students whose scores indicate a deficit in their english skills could be required to take one or more non-credit developmental english courses (eng 081, eng 082 and eng 083) offered through the college s division of continuing education and workforce development. Students who need to take eng 081, eng 082 and/or eng 083 should meet with an advisor in student development. Students must pass the course(s) before they can take the general placement tests or any credit courses. Students can complete the assessments during the regular operating hours of the testing center (Bh 226). Students must bring a completed testing referral form and a photo identification (id) card to the testing session. testing referral forms can be obtained by visiting the counseling office (Bh 110) during regular office hours monday through Friday. Wor-Wic emergency notification System For inclement weather and security announcements, wor-wic uses e2campus, a web-based universal notification system, to send alerts to individuals who sign up for this free service. Anyone who creates an e2campus account can register to receive announcements via text message, and/or phone call. Before signing up, make sure you have your cell phone turned on and that you have access to your account since mobile phone numbers and addresses must be validated before they become active. go to to sign up. 9

12 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule registration information (continued) Placement testing to increase the student s chances for academic success, wor-wic administers free placement tests that analyze a student s academic strengths and weaknesses to assist in the appropriate selection of courses. the tests are mandatory for: 1. new students who are currently in high school; 2. new students who do not have a high school diploma or the equivalent; 3. new students who have declared a major or those who are undecided about their major; 4. Special students who want to register beyond nine cumulative credit hours; or 5. Students who want to register for an english or mathematics course or any college-level course that has an english or mathematics prerequisite. exceptions are made for students with associate or higher degrees from regionally-accredited colleges in the u.s., college transfer students who have received transfer credit for eng 101 and/or a higher-level mathematics course (mth 152 or higher), students who have received Scholastic Aptitude test (SAt) subset scores of at least 550 or American college testing (Act) subset scores of at least 21 within the past two years and new students who are classified as special students who want to register for one course in a term. Students interested in an exception should forward official transcripts to the registrar s office and/or test scores to the counseling office. Students must bring a completed testing referral form and a photo identification (id) card to the testing session. Students can pick up referral forms at the college information desk monday through thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon. Students are permitted to retake the placement tests one time, following a 24-hour waiting period. Placement is based on the student s higher score. test scores are valid for two years. After two years, students must retest in subject areas for which developmental course work was indicated and for which the course work was not attempted or completed. testing center (Bh 226) Students who need to take the complete battery of tests must arrive at least three hours before the center s closing time. those who are taking a re-test must arrive at least one hour before closing time. through may 9* monday through thursday a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday a.m. to 3 p.m. *no testing April 3-5. may 11 through Sept. 7* monday through thursday a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday a.m. to 3 p.m. *no testing may 25, July 3-4 and Sept. 7. Sept. 8 through nov. 4 monday through thursday a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday a.m. to 3 p.m. go to for the latest information. SerViceS For StuDentS WitH DiSABilitieS wor-wic provides reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, in compliance with the Americans with disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the rehabilitation Act of the college does not diagnose or treat disabilities, but does provide services, such as peer note takers, tape recorders, testing accommodations, 10

13 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule SerViceS For StuDentS WitH DiSABilitieS (continued) assistive technology, sign language interpreters and other reasonable accommodations. Students requesting these services must submit medical and/or educational documentation to the director of counseling at least four weeks before the start of classes so that eligibility can be determined and the appropriate accommodations can be made. text, voice and computer modem users can call wor-wic toll free through the maryland relay Service by calling ScHeDule ADJuStment Dropping and Adding courses A student who wants to drop or add a course after he or she registers must drop or add the course online. if the student is not eligible for online registration, he or she must meet with an advisor. drop and add dates are listed in the academic calendar. courses that are dropped are not recorded on a student's transcript. dropping a course does not necessarily eliminate the student s financial obligations to the college. depending on the date the course is dropped, the student could be eligible for a refund. Students who are receiving financial aid should be aware that dropping a course could affect the amount of their award. refunds refunds are provided only to students who complete the drop process. Students who are eligible for online registration can complete the drop process online, while those who are not eligible for online registration must meet with their advisor. refunds are calculated based on the days the college is open for business (monday through Saturday, excluding holidays). All tuition and fees are refunded to students who complete the drop process within the following time frames: duration of course refund calculation (in weeks) (days following the start of the class section) Withdrawal After the drop period ends, a student can withdraw from a course online. if the student is not eligible for online registration, he or she must meet with an advisor. withdrawal dates are listed in the academic calendar. A w is recorded on the transcript of a student who has officially withdrawn from a course. withdrawing from a course does not eliminate the student s financial obligations to the college. Students who are receiving financial aid should be aware that withdrawing from a course could affect the amount of their award and jeopardize their eligibility for financial aid in the future. Don t miss the Bus! don t let transportation difficulties stand in your way of a college education. Shore transit provides public transportation to wor-wic s campus. go to to obtain schedule information and maps for all Shore transit routes. For more information, call (443)

14 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule StuDent All new students receive a college account. usernames and passwords are mailed to students prior to the beginning of classes. Students must use their official wor-wic account for all communications with other students and employees at the college. Faculty members provide their students with information about how will be used in their classes. the accounts of students who do not maintain continuous enrollment are deleted. identification cards new students receive photo identification (id) cards at the college information desk after presenting acceptable documentation. Students who do not have a valid id card are denied access to certain facilities, such as college computer laboratories and the fitness center. A fee of $2 is charged to replace lost, stolen or mutilated cards. DiStAnce education distance education is an alternative method of taking credit courses whereby the majority of the instruction occurs when the student and the instructor are not in the same place at the same time. information is distributed through learning technologies to students who have time constraints, work schedule conflicts or are otherwise unable to attend classes at a specific college location at a designated time. distance education courses require on-campus testing or testing at an approved off-campus testing center. wor-wic offers the following distance education options: Hybrid courses A hybrid course is a blend of face-to-face and web-based instruction. required classroom time is split between on-campus class time and web-based activities, which include interactive forums, assessments, research and/or video. in order to participate, students must have access to a computer with an internet connection. interactive television courses interactive television is available at wor-wic s campus. the instruction takes place in television classrooms, where programming is broadcast to and from other sites in maryland. online courses A learning management system is used to facilitate learning in each online course. Active participation, although not simultaneous, includes interactive forums, assessments, research and/or video. in order to participate, students must have access to a computer with an internet connection. Students enrolling in their first online course should complete an on-campus distance education orientation session or the online student orientation in the learning management sytem. orientation information is posted on the portal and ed to students who register for online courses. your kids can learn new things too wor-wic offers educational programs for children from two to five years old during the day and for children from two to 12 years old in the evening and summer. child care services are provided in the Jordan center for children of wor-wic students and employees, as well as local residents on a space-available basis. For more information, call (410)

15 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule BookStore the college bookstore, located in the hazel center, sells all of the required and recommended textbooks, study guides, reference books, computers and supplies for classes offered by the college. textbooks for select titles can be rented for the term with a valid credit card. the bookstore also sells cap and gown sets for commencement and a variety of wor-wic insignia items, such as clothing and mugs. wor-wic is aware of the high cost of college textbooks. Faculty members try to select reasonably-priced textbooks that provide currency, relevance and the most effective presentation of course content. Students who buy textbooks can find specific ordering information, such as the author, title, isbn number, on the bookstore website (www.worwic.bncollege.com) three weeks prior to each term. the information is as accurate as possible, but students should be cautioned that it is possible that isbn numbers or editions can change. Students are encouraged to purchase textbooks from the college bookstore, but they can purchase used or new textbooks from other bookstores or online vendors. the bookstore buys back used books from students who want to sell them. the best time to sell textbooks is the final examination period at the end of each term. Hours of operation through Aug. 31- Sept. 7- Sept. 14- Sept. 21- Aug. 29 Sept. 5 Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Dec. 19 monday 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. closed 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. to 5 p.m. tuesday 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. to 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. to 7 p.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. to 7 p.m. to 5 p.m. thursday 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. to 7 p.m. to 5 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday closed 9 a.m. 9 a.m. 9 a.m. closed to 1 p.m. to 1 p.m. to 1 p.m. * Closed Sept. 7 and Nov Go to for the latest information. campus Parking 101 Parking stickers and a copy of wor-wic s parking regulations can be obtained from the college information desk in the lobby of Brunkhorst hall (Bh). to help alleviate traffic jams on campus at peak departure times, a third exit has been created. located at the south end of campus are horsebridge drive and Shortridge drive, which both lead to longridge road. located at the north end of campus is the campus drive exit, which leads to walston Switch road. the gates at both ends of the Shortridge drive exit are open monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. the other exits are not gated. 13

16 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule AcADemic SuPPort SerViceS may 18 through Sept. 8 (All facilities are closed May 25, July 3-4 and Sept. 7) AHB Peninsula regional medical center resource center, (410) monday through thursday 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday closed Closed June 30, July 1-2 and Aug. 17 through Sept. 8. BH Patricia m. Hazel media center, (410) /2884 monday through thursday 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday closed Open July 2, Aug , Aug , Aug. 31 through Sept. 3 and Sept. 8 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Closed Aug. 15, Aug. 22, Aug. 29 and Sept. 5. BH mathematics laboratory, (410) monday and wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. tuesday and thursday 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday closed Closed Aug. 19 through Sept. 8. BH testing center, (410) monday through thursday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday closed BH emilie & Frank robinson reading & Writing center, (410) monday closed tuesday and thursday 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. wednesday 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday closed Closed July 27 through Sept. 8. FoH Fulton-owen resource center, (410) monday through Sunday closed gh guerrieri resource center, (410) monday through Sunday closed HH Henson resource center, (410) monday and thursday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tuesday and wednesday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday closed Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday closed Hours from July 28 through Aug. 19 on Tuesday and Wednesday are from 1 to 9 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed Aug. 20 through Sept. 8. mtc computer laboratory, (410) Student Help Desk, (410) monday through Sunday closed go to for the latest information. getting ready to graduate? if you are planning to complete the requirements for your associate degree in may, August or december, you are required to complete the general education assessment (gea) prior to graduation. register online at at least one day in advance of the assessment date. if you do not have a personal computer, computers are available in all buildings on the wor-wic campus (except the Jordan center). walk-ins are accepted on the day of the assessment on a first-come, first-served basis pending space availability. you must present photo identification. the gea schedule for summer and fall is as follows: April 8 at 6 p.m. in Foh 103 April 10 at 9 a.m. in Foh 103 April 11 at 9 a.m. in Foh 103 June 5 at 9 a.m. in Foh 103 Aug. 20 at 6 p.m. in Foh 308 Aug. 21 at 9 a.m. in Foh 308 nov. 10 at 9 a.m. in Foh 308 nov. 11 at 6 p.m. in Foh 308 nov. 12 at 6 p.m. in Foh 308 nov. 13 at 9 a.m. in Foh 308 Prospective graduates must also complete an Application for graduation form. 14

17 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule AHB Peninsula regional medical center resource center, (410) monday through thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday noon to 4 p.m. Sunday closed Closed Dec BH Patricia m. Hazel media center, (410) /2884 monday through thursday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday closed Open Dec. 21 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Dec. 22 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Dec. 19. BH mathematics laboratory, (410) monday through thursday 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday closed Open Dec from 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Dec from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Closed Dec BH testing center, (410) monday through thursday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday closed Open Dec from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. AcADemic SuPPort SerViceS (continued) Sept. 9 through Dec. 22 (All facilities are closed Nov ) BH emilie & Frank robinson reading & Writing center, (410) monday and thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. tuesday and wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday closed Closed Sept. 9 and Dec FoH Fulton-owen resource center, (410) monday through thursday 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday through Sunday closed Closed Dec gh guerrieri resource center, (410) monday through thursday 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday through Sunday closed Closed Dec HH Henson resource center, (410) monday through thursday 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday through Sunday closed Closed Dec mtc computer laboratory, (410) Student Help Desk, (410) monday through thursday 8:45 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday closed Open Dec from 8:45 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Dec. 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Closed Dec go to for the latest information. Work on more than your tan this summer... enjoy the sun and surf this summer while working on your degree! take a course or two at wor-wic. registration begins march 30 for current students or April 6 for new students. we offer five different summer schedule options: 7-Week Summer i classes / From may 18 through June Week Summer i classes / From may 18 through July Week Summer i classes / From may 18 through Aug Week Summer ii classes / From June 1 through July 31 7-Week Summer ii classes / From July 6 through Aug

18 wor-wic community college Summer/FAll 2015 credit class Schedule HoW to read the ScHeDule Course Title Method Times Class Meets Faculty Class Length in Weeks Principles of Accounting II (3 credit hours) ACT-151-D01 LEC TTh 1245pm-0215pm FOH 207 Sullivan 01/20-04/23 14 Section Name Days Class Meets Class Location Start and End Dates identify your class Session the letter before the last two digits of the section name identifies the length and time frame of your class session: A (3 weeks) B (7 weeks) C (10 weeks) Why identifying your class Session is important Besides knowing what type of time commitment you will need to make this term, knowing your class session is essential if you want to add, drop or withdraw from a class after the regular registration period has passed. use your class session letter (A, B, c, d or e) and the academic calendar to identify relevant deadline dates. wor-wic s refund policy deadlines are also based on the length of your class. Find an online or Hybrid class look in the instructional method column for classes that start with an o- for online or h- for hybrid. For hybrid classes, the information in the day, time and location columns identifies what portion of the class is online and what portion of the class is completed on campus. D (14 weeks) E (7 weeks) o-lec o-lab H-lec H-lAB lecture Portion of an online class lab Portion of an online class lecture Portion of a hybrid class lab Portion of a hybrid class A Few examples child Development (3 credit hours) EDU-102-B01 LEC TTh 0600pm-0930pm JC 100 Schamberger 05/19-06/25 07 this is a 7-week lecture class that meets on tuesdays and thursdays from 6 to 9:30 p.m. in room 100 of the Jordan center with Schamberger as the instructor, starting on tuesday, may 19, and ending on thursday, June 25. these start and end dates, in most cases, do not include the final examination. Fundamentals of English II (3 credit hours) ENG-151-D05 H-LEC W 1245pm-0215pm BH 315 Ferrand 01/21-04/22 14 H-LEC ONL ONL ONL Ferrand this is a 14-week hybrid class that meets on wednesdays from 12:45 to 2:15 p.m. in room 315 of Brunkhorst hall with Ferrand as the instructor, starting on wednesday, Jan. 21, and ending on wednesday, April 22. Another lecture portion of this class is completed online. 16

19 SUMMER I ACADEMIC CALENDAR B (7 Weeks) C (10 Weeks) D (14 Weeks) Early Registration March 30 - April 5 March 30 - April 5 March 30 - April 5 Registration April 6 - May 17 April 6 - May 17 April 6 - May 17 Payment Due May 1 May 1 May 1 Classes Begin May 18 May 18 May 18 Last Day to Add May 20 May 21 May 26 Last Day to Drop May 28 June 3 June 9 Withdrawal Period May 29 - June 11 June 4 - July 8 June 10 - July 22 College Closed May 25 May 25 May 25 Course Evals Begin June 15 July 13 Aug. 3 Course Evals End June 29 July 27 Aug. 17 Classes End June 29 July 27 Aug. 17 Final Exams June 30 - July 1 July Aug College Closed July 3-5 July 3-5 July 3-5 SUMMER I CLASS SCHEDULE ACT-Accounting Accounting Field Experience (2.00 credit hours) ACT-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Demko 05/18-08/17 14 BIO-Biology Biology for Allied Health (1.00 credit hour) BIO-099-B01 LEC F 1000am-1230pm HH 304 Dunham 05/22-06/26 07 Fundamentals of Biology (4.00 credit hours) BIO-101-B01 LEC MW 0900am-1230pm HH 201 Gunther 05/18-06/29 07 LAB MW 0100pm-0310pm HH 300 Gunther BIO-101-B02 LEC MW 0900am-1230pm HH 201 Gunther 05/18-06/29 07 LAB Th 0900am-0130pm HH 300 Gunther Anatomy and Physiology I (4.00 credit hours) BIO-202-B01 LEC TTh 0600pm-0930pm HH 204 Taylor 05/19-06/27 07 LAB S 0900am-0130pm HH 301 Taylor BIO-202-B02 LEC TTh 0600pm-0930pm HH 204 Taylor 05/19-06/26 07 LAB F 1000am-0230pm HH 301 Taylor Anatomy and Physiology II (4.00 credit hours) BIO-203-B01 LEC MW 0900am-1230pm HH 204 Dunham 05/18-06/29 07 LAB MW 0100pm-0310pm HH 304 Dunham Microbiology (4.00 credit hours) BIO-220-B01 LEC TTh 0900am-1100am HH 204 Walker 05/19-06/25 07 LAB TTh 1130am-0410pm HH 303 Walker BIO-220-B02 LEC TTh 0900am-1100am HH 204 Walker 05/19-06/26 07 LAB WF 1000am-0240pm HH 303 Walker HH Henson 17

20 SUMMER I CLASS SCHEDULE BMT-Business Business Management Field Experience (2.00 credit hours) BMT-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Demko 05/18-08/17 14 BMT-260-D02 INT TBA TBA TBA Calafiura 05/18-08/17 14 CDC-Chemical Dependency Counseling Practicum I (3.00 credit hours) CDC-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Ferguson 05/18-08/17 14 HH Henson Practicum II (3.00 credit hours) CDC-261-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Ferguson 05/18-08/17 14 CMJ-Criminal Justice Criminal Justice Field Experience (2.00 credit hours) CMJ-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA O'Brien 05/18-08/17 14 CMJ-260-D02 INT TBA TBA TBA Striegel 05/18-08/17 14 CMP-Computer Studies Introduction to Information Systems (3.00 credit hours) CMP-101-B01 LEC TTh 0100pm-0430pm BH 307 Hanssens-Passeri 05/19-06/25 07 Computer Field Experience (2.00 credit hours) CMP-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Satterfield 05/18-08/17 14 CON-Construction Engineering Construction Eng Tech Field Experience (2.00 credit hours) CON-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA TBA 05/18-08/17 14 EDU-Education Child Development (3.00 credit hours) EDU-102-B01 LEC TTh 0600pm-0930pm JC 100 Schamberger 05/19-06/25 07 Early Childhood Ed Field Experience I (2.00 credit hours) EDU-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Morris 05/18-08/17 14 Early Childhood Ed Field Experience II (2.00 credit hours) EDU-261-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Morris 05/18-08/17 14 EET-Electronics Electronic Engineering Tech Field Exp (2.00 credit hours) EET-260-D01 INT TBA TBA TBA Mirlohi 05/18-08/17 14 ENG-English College Reading (4.00 credit hours) ENG-095-C01 LEC TTh 0100pm-0315pm BH 328 Smith 05/19-07/23 10 Basic Writing (4.00 credit hours) ENG-096-C01 LEC TTh 0900am-1115am BH 328 Blosveren 05/19-07/23 10 Fundamentals of English I (3.00 credit hours) ENG-101-B01 LEC MW 0900am-1230pm BH 323 Tavel 05/18-06/29 07 ENG-101-B02 LEC TTh 0600pm-0930pm BH 323 TBA 05/19-06/

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