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1 CREDIT SCHEDULE OF CLASSES SUMMER 2015 SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay 1

2 Academic Calendar summer 2015 MAY 01 Friday Priority deadline date for students seeking Federal Aid for the Fall 2015 Semester. 06 Wednesday Open Registration for Fall 2015 Semester. 07 Thursday Payment due for Summer registrations. 25 Monday COLLEGE HOLIDAY Memorial Day. 26 Tuesday College reopens at 8 a.m. JUNE 09 Tuesday Last day for 100% refund for Summer. 10 Wednesday Classes begin. 12 Friday Last day for 75% refund for Summer. 16 Tuesday Last day for 50% refund for Summer. Last day to submit Summer graduation applications. 17 Wednesday Payment due for Fall 2015 and Fall Interim JULY 06 Monday COLLEGE HOLIDAY- Independence Day 07 Tuesday Classes resume. 21 Tuesday Last day to drop a course with a W Grade for Summer classes.* Last day to change from credit to audit. 29 Wednesday Last day of classes. 30 Thursday Final exams begin. AUGUST 03 Monday Exams end. 05 Wednesday Final grades due. MARCH 23 - SUMMER REGISTRATION BEGINS Closed Fridays May 22 - August 7 FAST TRACK SESSIONS Session I: June 10 July 6 Session II: July 8 August 4 JUNE 09 Tuesday Last day to register for Fast-Track Session I. Last day for 100% refund for Session I. 10 Wednesday Session I classes begin. JULY 06 Monday Session I Final Exams 07 Tuesday Final grades are due for Session I. Last day to register for Fast-Track Session II. Last day for 100% refund for Session II. 08 Wednesday Session II classes begin. AUGUST 04 Tuesday Session II Final Exams End. 05 Wednesday Final grades are due for Session II. *Dropping a course after this date requires approval of both the instructor and the Vice President for Student Success and Enrollment Services. Consideration will only be given for unforeseen emergency situations for which substantial documentation is provided. Students who stopped attending class prior to the established drop date are not eligible for consideration for late withdrawal. 2 SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay

3 Welcome to Chesapeake College! Chesapeake College is a comprehensive, two-year community college dedicated to the belief that all people should have a continuing opportunity for the development and extension of their skills and knowledge as well as an opportunity to evaluate their roles and responsibilities in society. The College is devoted primarily to serving the educational and cultural needs of the residents of Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne s and Talbot counties, and assumes a responsibility to help meet the requirements for trained manpower in the area through a cooperative effort with local industry, business, the professions, and the government. Inherent in this mission statement is the belief that in order to serve the greatest number of students, the College must offer a comprehensive program and work with individual differences among students. In keeping with the philosophy of putting postsecondary education within the reach of all citizens, Chesapeake College has adopted an Open Door admissions policy. Regular admission will be granted to any student. Caroline County Margaret Myers L. Nash McMahan Board of Trustees Queen Anne s County Jennifer C. Doege Michael E. Pelczar, M.D. Table of Contents Academic Calendar... 2 Directory of Telephone Service... 4 Advising and Registration Information... 5 Appointment Advising Sessions... 5 General Information... 7 Consumer Information... 9 Assessment and Placement... 9 PASS Program Information...10 Academic Support Services...10 Internet & Hybrid General Class Information...11 Summer Schedule of Courses...13 Cambridge Center Courses...17 Course Descriptions...18 Occupational Training Programs...23 M.U.S.T. Bus Service...23 Directions to Chesapeake...24 Campus Directory...24 Dorchester County Don W. Bradley, Vice Chair Vaughn D. Evans, Sr. Talbot County Catherine Poe, Chair Blenda Armistead Kent County Thomas M. Groce, Jr. Matthew D. Hogans While this schedule of classes was prepared on the basis of information available at the time of publication, all information, including statements of fees and course offerings, is subject to change without notice or obligation. The College reserves the right to cancel any course for which there is insufficient enrollment. Chesapeake College is an equal opportunity institution, providing access to education, service and employment regardless of race, color, age, religion, national origin, belief, sex or disability. Reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids and services and other changes required by persons with disabilities to allow access to programs and services will be provided if the College receives sufficient notice and it is not an undue burden to do so. The College urges these requests to be made at least 14 days in advance. SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay 3

4 Directory of Telephone Service, Extensions & Room Numbers Wye Mills Campus: , , or ; Fax: Cambridge Center: , or ; Fax: Center for Allied Health: ; Fax: Web site: TTY: Located in the Learning Resource Center at the circulation desk. Academic Support Center Admissions - ext. 2287, D-142 Advisement , D-150 Athletics - ext. 5750, MTC-109 Bookstore - ext or , Caroline College Center Business Office - ext. 2244, D-135 Career Services , D-143 Continuing Education and Workforce Training , EDC-15 Counseling , D-150 Early Childhood Education Center Financial Aid - ext. 2252, D-144 Learning Resources Center , LRC-100 Maintenance Mentoring Services , C-201A Multicultural Affairs , D-148 Phi Theta Kappa Office - ext. 2395, C-216A President s Office , D-224 Registration , D-138 Student Activities , C-201A Security Guard Cambridge (cell) Security Guard Wye Mills (cell) Student Government - ext. 2394, C-104 Student Success , D-150 Student Support Services , LRC-100 Testing Center - ext. 2344, LRC-107 Todd Performing Arts Center, Box Office , AUD-08 Tutoring Services , LRC-105 Transcripts - ext. 2249, D-126 Transfer Advising , D-150 Veterans Affairs , ext. 2248, D-126 Mark Your Calendar Reminder! Chesapeake College is closed on Fridays from May 22 -Aug 7, Please plan accordingly. April 22 - Online only registration for currently enrolled students April 27 - Face-to-Face registration for currently enrolled students May 1 - Priority deadline date for students seeking FA15 Federal Financial Aid May 6 - Open registration begins for new students June 3 - You Can Afford College Day. FAFSA help 10am - 5pm, Wye Mills Campus June 17 - PAYMENT DUE for all students who registered before June 17 June 17 - Aug Payment is due on the day of registration during this time period Finishing your degree or certificate in the FALL? Don t forget to apply for graduation. Applications due November 1st! Graduation applications are available online at: graduation.asp For more information, contact the Registration Office at SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay

5 Advising, Registration and Financial Aid Information - Advising Hours - Wye Mills & Cambridge Center Monday - Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. by appointment only To schedule an advising appointment on the Wye Mills campus, please call , , or , ext To schedule an advising appointment in Cambridge, please call or Registration Hours - Wye Mills Campus and Cambridge Center *Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. *Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Closed Fridays May 22 - August 7) Call , ext *Walk-in students must meet with an advisor on Fridays no later than 4 p.m. and Monday Thursday no later than 5 p.m. - Credit Course Registration - Web Registration You may be eligible to register online for Chesapeake College courses. You can use Web Advisor/CRAB to register online without conferring with an academic advisor if you meet the requirements. Once the semester begins, all online registration/revisions cease and any changes must be made in person. You may be eligible to register directly on the Web through Web Advisor/CRAB at the College Website. Please refer to for online information and help. If you are eligible for Web registration, but need help to use it, feel free to come to the Office of Student Success and Enrollment Services in the Dorchester Building on the Wye Mills campus OR the Cambridge Center on Race Street. A staff member will assist you with online registration. Note: High school Dual Enrollment Program students are not eligible to register on the Web. Dual Enrollment students must register in person after conferring with an advisor and must submit a Dual Enrollment certification form on the day of registration. - METHODS OF PAYMENT - Payments may be made in person at any campus location (Wye Mills, Cambridge Center, or at the Center for Allied Health); by credit card, via online, telephone or by mail. If paying by check, please include the name of the student and identification number of student. The College accepts VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER or AMERICAN EXPRESS. Deferred Tuition Payment Plan The Deferred Tuition Payment Plan is available to credit students with a minimum balance of $ in tuition and fees. To participate, students must go to follow the link to Nelnet Business Solutions ecashier to participate in the program. A deposit (rolling percentage based on start date of plan) is required. A non-refundable $25 fee is assessed per plan per semester. An active plan is required by the pay-by date for each semester or at the time of registration after the pay-by date. Sponsored Billing - Employer Billed Tuition and Fees Advance payments by company check are welcomed at the time of registration. The College can also directly bill an employer. Please provide the College, at the time of registration, a purchase order or complete Sponsorship Billing Authorization Form. The form can be found at the back of this schedule, or on the College s website. The regular refund/withdrawal policy will apply. Financial Aid Students who have been awarded sufficient financial aid must finalize using MyCampus/WebAdvisor or in person by the semester pay-by-date or risk having their courses deleted. NOTE: Students currently on Financial Aid Warning will not be permitted to finalize until final grades post and then status is evaluated. Students NOT making SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS will be given 48 hours after notification to make other payment arrangements. Failure to make payment arrangements will result in forfeiture of classes. For more information regarding programs and how to apply, contact the Financial Aid Office at , ext. 2252, or the Business Office at , ext SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay 5

6 Chesapeake College has moved to appointment-based advising sessions The Advising Office at Chesapeake College is an appointment-based system to provide students with a more effective advising experience. Students should contact the appropriate staff member below to schedule an advising session to discuss academic majors, long-term academic planning, career options, and other advising-related issues, or for additional information prior to registration. Academic, Career & Transfer Advising Academic, Career & Health Professions Advising Academic, Career and Veterans Advising Academic Advising Jud Riggins Lorraine Holden Guido DeLuca Dana Bowser ext , ext x 5840 Chesapeake College Cambridge Center Bob Boettger Guido DeLuca Jo-Ann Adams , ext , ext Academic, Career & Transfer Advising Academic, Career & Health Professions Advising Academic, Career and Veterans Advising Academic Advising Jud Riggins Lorraine Holden Guido DeLuca Dana Bowser ext , ext x 5840 Chesapeake College Cambridge Center Bob Boettger Guido DeLuca Jo-Ann Adams , ext , ext Paying Your Bill Making a Payment Solution is Convenient Fast Secure Students can use Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express to make partial or full payments on their outstanding bills.for more information, go to and log on to then click on Web Advisor/CRAB. 6 SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay

7 General Information Note: The College reserves the right to adjust the schedule of tuition and fees as necessary. All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE beginning JUNE10 for Summer Tuition (per credit hour) Resident** $ Out-of-County*** $ Out-of-State**** $ Fees: Consolidated Fee (per credit hour) $34.00 Registration Fee (per credit term registration) $10.00 Capital Improvement Fee (per credit term registration) Credit classes: Resident** $15.00 Out-of-County*** $30.00 Out-of-State**** $30.00 Transcript Fee including 3rd party processing-electronic $8.00 Transcript Fee - Mailed $10.00 Course Fees: See the Schedule of classes for applicable course fees. ** Residents of Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne s & Talbot counties. ***Refers to students residing outside of the College s service area. ****Refers to students residing outside of the State of Maryland. Resident tuition status applies to residents of Caroline, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne s and Talbot counties. Permanent residency must be at least 90 days prior to the start of the semester. Students Please Note IRS TUITION FORM 1098T is an IRS reporting requirement for college-related financial transactions. Chesapeake College offers the option for students to retrieve their 1098T form online through the Chesapeake College My Campus/Web Advisor portal. Students must log into My Campus/Web Advisor using their assigned login and password combination before December 31st each tax year to consent to retrieving their 1098T electronically. By signing up for the electronic version of the tax document, no paper form will be mailed to you. When your tax document is ready, an will be sent containing a link to this website where you may view your documents. Chesapeake College reports numbers on its tax form using registration information, and not cash payments for the tax year. This reporting method is supported by our software vendor and meets current IRS reporting requirements. REGISTRATION & BILLING Changing Schedules You may change the section of a course for which you are already registered by telephoning the Registration Office at ext To Drop/Add courses you must see an advisor in the Office of Student Success and Enrollment Services. There is no fee for changes made by: JUNE 9 FOR SUMMER 2015 CLASSES After the above date there will be a $5 Drop/Add fee and a $10 one-time late registration fee. All transactions must be handled in person. If you are receiving financial aid, you will need to have authorization from the assisting office (Financial Aid, Workforce Investment Board or Veterans Administration). Financial Aid *Financial Aid Notice: New regulations governing students selected for verification by the U.S. Department of Education. Any student selected will be required to provide an Official Tax Transcript from the IRS. Tax Forms will no longer be acceptable documentation. For more information contact Financial ext Financial aid students/scholarship recipients must finalize online using WebAdviser/CRAB before: MAY 7 FOR SUMMER 2015 CLASSES in the Business Office on the Wye Mills campus, at the Cambridge Center, or at the Center for Allied Health after signing their award letter. Questions regarding your aid should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid. *FAFSA Help is available by appointment only. Get one-on-one assistance in completing the FAFSA. For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid at ext We encourage all regular students enrolling in credit classes to complete a FAFSA. Refunds Refunds are made only under the following circumstances: 1. Due to course cancellation - 100% refund of all tuition and fees. 2. Due to a student s withdrawal from a course on the official Drop/Add form during refund period. The last day for a refund for SUMMER 2015 is as follows: 100% refund (tuition & fees) - JUNE 9 75% refund (tuition only) - JUNE 12 50% refund (tuition only) - JUNE 16 All fees are NON-REFUNDABLE beginning JUNE 10 for Summer. The College reserves the right to alter the schedule of refunds as necessary. The schedule of refunds may be adjusted for holidays within the refund period. SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay 7

8 REGISTRATION & BILLING (continued) Tax Credit The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 created a number of education tax credits. Two of particular interest are: the American Opportunity (Hope Credit Extended) and Lifetime Learning. You may be eligible for a tax credit. We advise you to speak to a tax accountant for further information. Senior Citizens Tuition Waiver Tuition for SUMMER 2015 Credit courses will be waived starting May 27, 2015 for Maryland residents 60 years of age or older. Seniors will be responsible for all applicable fees. Seniors wishing to register prior to this date must pay full tuition and fees. The tuition waiver policy for co-listed courses offered through Continuing Education is the same as the credit courses. Seniors registering for other Continuing Education courses, except those designated as CES, or FTW will have tuition waived at any time. Proof of age is required. Disability Tuition Waiver The Maryland General Assembly passed legislation Effective October 1, 2011 regarding Tuition Waivers for Disabled Individuals attending community college. This law alters the requirements for eligibility of the Disability Tuition Waiver to include those individuals who received Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), and those receiving Supplemental Security Income (SSI). A FAFSA must be completed for all students taking credit classes. Please check our website at for further details and more detailed documentation, or feel free to check with the Office of Financial Aid for more information at ext Foster Care Tuition Waiver Waivers of tuition and fees for foster care recipients are available to certain students who resided in foster care in the State of Maryland at the time they graduated from high school or successfully completed GED; or you must have resided in foster care on your 13th birthday and were then adopted after your 13th birthday. The student must not be older than 25 years of age when enrolling as a degree seeking student at Chesapeake College. The student must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by March 1st, of each year. The waiver covers tuition and fees. For more information contact the Office of Financial Aid at ext Accelerated Courses Some courses are offered in a shortened time frame, usually seven or eight weeks. These courses have a different date for withdrawal than full semester courses. Cancelled Classes Regrettably, some classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment. If your class is cancelled, you will be notified by phone and offered the option of selecting another section of that course, a different course, or a full refund. SUMMER SCHEDULE OF FINAL EXAMINATIONS JULY 30 - AUGUST 3, 2015 Check with your instructor for final exam details. 8 SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay

9 ASSESSMENT & PLACEMENT Chesapeake College is committed to your success. To help you begin reaching your goals, the College offers a computerized test called Accuplacer. This instrument is used to measure your entry-level skills in mathematics, language, and reading; the results of which allow academic advisors to assist you with your selection of courses. No student will be denied admission as a result of the assessment scores. However, if you are required to complete the Accuplacer as a condition of enrollment, and your scores indicate a need for skill development, you will be required to complete the appropriate developmental courses. Scheduling the Accuplacer: To determine the hours of operation contact the Testing Center through their web page at or by calling , ext For additional information, please contact the Office of Student Success by calling ext Guidelines for Students: Students must present a photo identification before they will be permitted to complete the assessment. Students who wish to complete the entire Accuplacer in one sitting must arrive two hours prior to closing. If the assessment is not finished you will have up to 10 days to return and complete it. Accuplacer Test Preparation Tips: Get plenty of rest ahead of time, come prepared to take the Accuplacer, and give it your full attention. If you do not feel well prior to taking the assessment, or if anything is distracting you from being able to concentrate fully, don t take the assessment at that time. There are many times from which to choose. To view go to chesapeake.edu/testing/default.asp and click on test preparation from the left hand menu. After the Assessment - Your Next Step: After taking the Accuplacer you may wish to speak with an academic advisor. Advisors see students on a first-come, first-served basis or by appointment. The advisor will go over your results and help you select the appropriate courses for your program. Requirement to take the Accuplacer: All entering students are required to take the Accuplacer in order to assure accurate course placement. Under certain conditions, students may have the requirement waived or delayed: Students with minimum SAT scores of 550 each on the reading and mathematics portions or a minimum composite ACT score of 21 are exempted from the Accuplacer. Students completing appropriate math and English courses at another accredited institution are exempt from taking the Accuplacer with proper documentation. Visiting Students: Students currently enrolled at another college or university, who do not intend to pursue a degree or certificate at Chesapeake College, may be exempt from the assessment requirement. In order to establish visiting student status, the student must submit a letter of good standing from the home institution. The letter should specify the course(s) the student will be permitted to take at Chesapeake that will apply toward the degree at the home institution. Contact the office of Admissions at ext or 2257 for more information. Reassessment Policy: You may retake any portion of the Accuplacer. A payment of $10 per assessment (or $25 for the entire assessment) should be paid to the Business Office prior to retaking the assessment. (Note: Retaking the assessment does not typically yield results substantially different from initial scores.) consumer information In compliance with federal regulations which require disclosure to current and prospective students, Chesapeake College is providing the following notice which lists and describes student consumer information available from the College s Web site (www.chesapeake.edu/consumer/default.asp) or you may request a paper copy. The College s main telephone number is Financial Assistance Information (www.chesapeake.edu/ finaid/financial_aid.htm) - The information includes eligibility requirements, application forms and procedures, satisfactory progress standards, cost of attendance, types of financial aid programs, disbursement of funds and return of Title IV assistance. Further information is available from the Financial Aid Office, Dorchester Building, Room D Institutional Information - The College Catalog, available online, contains information on academic programs (including degree and career offerings) faculty, staff, administration, accreditations, student services including those for students with disabilities, withdrawal and refund policies, tuition and fees for full- and part-time students, and much more. Further information about reviewing institutional accreditation documents can be obtained from the President s Office, ext. 5802, room D-222 and program accreditations from the Academic Vice President s Office, ext. 5806, room D-218. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) information is also in the online Catalog, and further details can be obtained upon request from the Registrar s Office, ext. 420, Room D Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates (www.chesapeake.edu/ consumer/gradtrans_rates.asp) - In accordance with federal Student-Right-to-Know regulations, information on graduation and transfer-out rates of first-time, full-time degree-seeking undergraduates (starting with the 1996 cohort) is available. As a College offering athletically-related student aid, Chesapeake also maintains detailed information on enrollment, awards, and graduation and transfer-out rates for student athletes. This information is available from the Director of Athletics, Room P-104, ext Institutional Security Policies and Annual Report on Crime Statistics (www.chesapeake.edu/consumer/security_report.asp) - This report includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies covering alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault and other matters. The report also includes statistics for the previous three years on federally prescribed reportable crimes. You can obtain a copy of the report by contacting the Maintenance/Security Office, ext Athletic Program Participation Rates and Financial Support Data - This report provides a listing of varsity sports with information about team participation by gender and operating expenses and revenues. This information is available on request from the Director of Athletics, Room P-104, ext In accordance to the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, information on student activities offered by the College, support services offered to individuals with disabilities, career and placement services both before and after enrollment, and policies related to transfer of credits from other institutions, are provided under student services at studentsuccess/. Further details can be obtained upon request from the Vice President for Student Success & Enrollment Services, Dorchester Building, Room D-232, , ext Course Placement Policy: Your Accuplacer scores will help you and your advisor place you in the appropriate courses. Students with Accuplacer scores that do not indicate college level readiness are urged to review credit course enrollment options based on the highest Accuplacer scores received with the academic advisor. SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay 9

10 PASS PROGRAM FOR ACCELERATED STUDENT SUCCESS The Program for Accelerated Student Success (PASS) at Chesapeake College (formerly developmental education) is designed to help you gain the math, reading, and writing skills you need to be successful in our college courses as quickly and thoroughly as possible. PASS courses are not meant to be a barrier to completing college; in fact, students who successfully complete developmental work are more likely to finish Chesapeake College with a degree or transfer to a four-year university than students without developmental work under their belts. This statistic makes perfect sense by succeeding in a PASS course, you ve not only perfected your foundation for college-level classes, but you ve had at least a semester to get your feet wet in the college pool. PASS classes tend to be smaller than other college courses, and the instructors give you personalized attention, with tutors in the room to help you even more. Classes are self-paced, so you won t wait for your classmates to catch up if you re confident in one area, nor will you fall behind if you need a little extra time to develop a skill. We offer PASS courses in English (which includes reading comprehension and writing skills) and math. You qualify for PASS courses based on your Accuplacer test scores, so it s important that you do as well as possible to ensure that you re placed in the best level of reading and writing or math for you. In order to ensure your success, enrollment in credit classes that require college-level English and math skills may be limited. We measure our success by your success. We want to ensure you re ready to succeed! ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER , , , ext. 2450; WYE MILLS CAMPUS Academic Support Center, L Monday Thursday (general questions) 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Help Desk , ext Learning Resources/Library Services, L Monday Thursday 8:00 am - 7:00 p.m. TRiO Student Support Services, L Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Evenings by Appointment Testing Center, L , ext Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. CAMBRIDGE MULTI-SERVICE CENTER or Monday - Thursday 9:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. COURSE MODES & ATTRIBUTES MODE: Describes how the course is delivered. Face-to-Face Instruction: Instruction that allows regular interaction between student and instructor. The instructor and students are physically located in the same classroom, which facilitates personal interaction. Face-to-Face Instruction (Dedicated): Face-to-face instruction that is restricted to a specific population (e.g. high school students only). The instructor and students are physically located in the same classroom. 100% Internet: 100% of instruction/ correspondence delivered via the internet; onsite attendance is not required. 90% Internet: 90% of instruction is delivered over the internet, with 10% face-to-face onsite, attendance required (e.g. an internet course requiring an orientation, proctored exam, or class activities, etc.). Hybrid: A blend of at least 50% face-to-face instruction and instruction delivered through the internet. Hybrid (Dedicated): Hybrid instruction that is restricted to a specific population (e.g. high school students only.) A blend of at least 50% face-to-face instruction and instruction delivered through the internet. Interactive Video Originating: Instruction delivered through interactive audio/video transmission to one or many remote classrooms. Originating site. Interactive Video Receiving: Instruction delivered through interactive audio/video transmission to one or many remote classrooms. Remote site. COURSE ATTRIBUTES: Appears as part of the course title. FTF FFD N1 N2 HY HYD (Honors): Courses requiring student eligibility and providing a higher level of academic rigor. (Dedicated): Courses developed and assigned to a specific student population; i.e., dual enrollment classes held at the local high schools. (Co-listed): Courses available to both credit and non- credit students. Non-credit students taking this course will not earn institutional credit. (Fast-Track): Courses offered in a shorter than normal semester. Fast-track courses provide students an opportunity to complete two back-to-back courses within a semester. (Linked): Courses using thematic learning. Curriculum and class activities are aligned from two or more courses. Students are required to take both courses. REPEATING A COURSE A student may attempt a course NO MORE THAN THREE TIMES. This includes any course for which the student has earned a letter grade, an L for auditing a course, or a W for a course from which the student has withdrawn. For more information, please see the Chesapeake College Catalog or speak with an advisor. O F 10 SUMMER TTY: call via Maryland Relay

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