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1 SPRING SUMMER FALL 2015 REGISTRATION GUIDE Classes Begin May 11 Assigned Online Registration March 28 and 29. Open Online Registration Begins Sunday, March 29 at 3 p.m. See Page 8 for More Info. Welcome to college.

2 CONTENTS Directory... 1 Steps to Apply and Enroll... 2 Important Dates for Spring Summer Fall Registration Information/How to Register Tuition, Fees and Payment Plan... 9 Tuition and Fees Payment Schedule Financial Aid Information Academic Learning Options Bookstore, Campus and Student Services Departments and Programs/Program Planning Chart General Information Maps/Building Directory... 20

3 DIRECTORY Livonia Campus Radcliff Center Public Safety Training Complex Admissions & Welcome Center McDowell Center M Th 8 am 6 pm, F 8 am 4:30 pm Answer Center McDowell Center M F 8 am 11 pm, Sat. 7 am 11 pm, Sun. 7 am 9 pm Bookstores Main Campus M Th 8:30 am 7 pm, F 8:30 am 4 pm Extended hours at beginning of semester Radcliff Bookstore M T 1 pm 7 pm, W Th 9 am 3 pm Firearms Training Center M T 10 am 6 pm, W Th 12 pm 8:30 pm F 9 am 8:30 pm, Sat. 10 am 6:30 pm, Sun. 12 pm 4:30 pm Online Campus Security Police 24 hours Service Building Career Center McDowell Center M Th 8 am 6 pm, F 8 am 4:30 pm Cashier McDowell Center M Th 8 am 6 pm, F 8 am-4:30 pm Counseling & Academic Advising Center McDowell Center M Th 8 am 7:30 pm, F 8 am 4:30 pm Distance Learning (Online Courses) McDowell Center M F 8 am 4:30 pm Financial Aid McDowell Center M Th 8 am 6 pm, F 8 am 4:30 pm International Students McDowell Center M Th 8 am 7:30 pm, F 8 am 4:30 pm Learning Assistance Center Bradner Library M Th 8 am 8 pm, F 8 am 4 pm, Sat. noon 4 pm Radcliff ext M & T 9 am 1 pm & 4 8 pm, W & Th 9 am 8 pm, Sat. 10 am 2 pm Learning Studio at Radcliff Center Radcliff ext M Th 8:30 am 8 pm, F 9 am 1 pm Library Bradner Library M Th 7:30 am 9 pm, F 7:30 am 4 pm, Sat. & Sun. noon 5 pm Office of Instruction Grote Center M F 8 am 5 pm Open Entry/Open Exit Office in the Distance Learning Office McDowell Center M F 8 am 4:30 pm Records Office McDowell Center M F 8 am 4:30 pm Registration Center McDowell Center M Th 8 am 6 pm, F 8 am 4:30 pm Student Accounts McDowell Center M Th 8 am 6 pm, F 8 am-4:30 pm Student Activities Waterman, VisTaTech Center Testing Center McDowell Center M Th 8 am 7:30 pm, F 8 am 4:30 pm Sat. 10 am 2 pm Veterans Resource Center McDowell Center M 8 am 6 pm, Tu F 8 am 4:30 pm Answer Center

4 STEPS TO APPLY AND ENROLL 1 Apply for Admission Complete and submit Application for Admission online at 2 Submit Test Scores To ensure proper course placement, students entering Schoolcraft College must demonstrate ability in reading, writing and math. First Year Students Send ACT/SAT Scores to the Records Office if taken within the last three years. OR Take a placement test in our Testing Center. Testing is offered on a walk-in basis at the Testing Center on the Livonia Campus in the McDowell Center. Students must have photo ID and Schoolcraft student number. Sample placement questions are available online on the Testing Center page of the Schoolcraft website. For more information, go to The Livonia Testing Center hours of operation are: Mon-Thu: 8am-7:30pm Fri: 8am-4:30pm Sat: 10am-2pm Transfer Students Students with college transfer credits or placement test scores from other institutions should meet with an academic advisor before testing. 3 Submit High School/College Transcripts First Year Students: Send high school transcripts and/ or GED scores to the Schoolcraft Records Office in the McDowell Center, to or fax to Transfer Students: Official college transcripts must be sent directly from the transfer institution s Registrar s Office to the Schoolcraft Records Office. Electronic transcripts are the fastest and easiest way to have your transcripts sent to Schoolcraft College. Contact your school for further instructions. 4 Log In to Your Schoolcraft Account Access your SCmail account at New students will receive an official acceptance letter from Schoolcraft College that will provide them with their WebAdvisor login information and SCmail- address. It is mandatory that you use your SCmail account for all college and class correspondence. 5 Attend Orientation Go to the Admissions page on the website and click on the Orientation tab to sign up for new student orientation, where you will complete the necessary steps for enrollment, learn more about Schoolcraft College life and campus services and discover how to be a successful student. 6 Apply for Financial Aid See page 12 for more information about the types of Financial Aid available to students and how you can apply. Or click on the Paying for College tab on the Admissions page of the website. 7 Meet with an Academic Advisor or Counselor Explore your academic options, create an educational plan and select your classes. You can either walk in to the Counseling and Academic Advising office in the McDowell Center, or call to schedule an appointment. For more information and hours of operation, click on the Counseling and Advising tab on the Admissions page of the website. 8 9 Register for Classes through WebAdvisor See Pages 6 and 7 for more about the Registration process, and go to the Register for Classes tab on the Admissions page of the website for more comprehensive information and to learn how to use WebAdvisor. Pay Tuition and Fees Schoolcraft College offers a Tuition Payment plan and also accepts cash, checks, debit cards, money orders, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover for payment of tuition and fees. For more information, go to page 9 or click on the Payment Options link in WebAdvisor. What is WebAdvisor? WebAdvisor is a secure online tool that provides access to important Schoolcraft College information systems and processes and enables students to do a variety of college-related tasks online, including: Plan their course schedule Register for and drop classes View and print class schedule View grades View their financial aid status Make payments on financial obligations To use WebAdvisor, students can go to click on the WebAdvisor tab at the top of the page and use their student identification number (User ID) and birthdate (Password) to log in the first time. 2 Answer Center

5 SPRING 2015 IMPORTANT DATES Assigned registration start times begin Saturday, March 28 at 7 a.m. See page 8 for details. SPRING 2015 IMPORTANT DATES Class duration Classes begin Last day for schedule adjustments/refunds Last day for W grade Last day of classes 15 weeks May 11 May 20 July 19 August 24 first 7 weeks May 11 May 18 June 14 June 29 first 12 weeks May 11 May 19 July 5 August 3 second 12 weeks May 26 June 3 July 20 August 17 4 weeks May 11 May 14 May 21 June 8 first 2 weeks May 11 May 14 May 16 May 22 second 2 weeks June 15 June 18 June 20 June 26 Final exams are given in the last week of class. Call for dates on any class duration not listed above. Open Entry/Open Exit classes May 9: Orientations May 18: Last day for registration/refund June 14: Last day for W grade June 24: Last day of testing and homework due for 7 weeks must be completed by 9 pm June 24: July 29: Last day of testing and homework due for 12 weeks must be completed by 9 pm Purchase/rent books in campus bookstore Spring 2015 semester books will be available April 20, Students with loans, scholarships, grants, etc. may charge books and supplies to their student account for the Spring 2015 semester April 27-May 15, Last day for address changes that impact tuition June 1 Student holidays No classes. Memorial Day, May 25 Independence Day, July 3 & 4 SPRING 2015 registration begins online March 28, Spring classes begin May 11, Summer classes begin July 6, Answer Center

6 SUMMER 2015 IMPORTANT DATES Assigned registration start times begin Saturday, March 28 at 7 a.m. See page 8 for details. SUMMER 2015 IMPORTANT DATES Class duration Classes begin Last day for schedule adjustments/refunds Last day for W grade Last day of classes first 7 weeks July 6 July 13 August 9 August 23 4 weeks July 6 July 9 July 15 July 31 first 2 weeks July 13 July 16 July 18 July 24 second 2 weeks August 3 August 6 August 8 August 14 Final exams are given in the last week of class. Call for dates on any class duration not listed above. Open Entry/Open Exit classes July 6: Orientations July 13: Last day for registration/refund August 9: Last day for W grade August 19: Last day of testing and homework due must be completed by 9 pm Purchase/rent books in campus bookstore Summer 2015 semester books will be available Jule 15, Students with loans, scholarships, grants, etc. may charge books and supplies to their student account for the Summer 2015 semester June 22-July 17, Last day for address changes that impact tuition July 27 Student holidays No classes. Memorial Day, May 25 Independence Day, July 3 & 4 SUMMER 2015 registration begins online March 28, Spring classes begin May 11, Summer classes begin July 6, Answer Center

7 FALL 2015 IMPORTANT DATES Assigned registration start times begin Saturday, March 28 at 7 a.m. See page 8 for details. FALL 2015 IMPORTANT DATES Class duration Classes begin Last day for schedule adjustments/refunds Last day for W grade Last day of classes 15 weeks August 31 September 9 November 8 December 20 first 7 weeks August 31 September 7 October 4 October 19 first 12 weeks August 31 September 8 October 25 November 23 second 12 weeks September 22 September 30 November 16 December 20 second 7 weeks October 27 November 3 December 7 December weeks July 20 July 29 October 1 November Weeks September 8 September 16 November 5 December 20 9 weeks September 14 September 21 October 25 November 14 4 weeks August 31 September 3 September 10 September 25 first 5 weeks August 31 September 3 September 17 October 2 second 5 weeks October 5 October 8 October 22 November 6 third 5 weeks November 9 November 12 December 3 December 18 Final exams are given in the last week of class. Call for dates on any class duration not listed above. Open Entry/Open Exit classes August 29: Orientations October 22: Last day for registration/refund November 8: Last day for W grade December 11: Last day of testing and homework due must be completed by 9 pm Purchase/rent books in campus bookstore Fall 2015 semester books will be available August 3, Students with loans, scholarships, grants, etc. may charge books and supplies to their student account for the Fall 2015 semester August 10-September 25, Last day for address changes that impact tuition Student holidays No classes. September 28 Labor day: September 7 Thanksgiving Recess: November FALL 2015 POLICE ACADEMY Application deadline is May 18, 2015 Academy begins July 20, 2015 Call for more information FALL 2015 registration begins online March 28, Fall classes begin August 31, Answer Center

8 REGISTRATION INFORMATION Map Out Degree Plan, Determine Appropriate Classes and Prepare to Register. Start with your counselor or academic advisor to help you build a plan and schedule in WebAdvisor. To schedule an appointment or for more information, call or click on the Counseling and Advising tab on the website s Admissions page. Next, check your Academic Program to make sure it is correct. If you need to change it, go to the Academic Program Change Form link under Academic Planning in the Students menu, or contact your counselor or academic advisor. Access WebAdvisor by logging in to WebAdvisor on schoolcraft.edu, click on Students Menu and then select Schedule Planner under the Registration tab. Go to Schedule Planner in WebAdvisor and search for classes based on location, instructor and term. Once you enter the classes you want, and the times during the day you can t take classes, the Schedule Planner will generate all the possible class options for you. Go to Am I Ready to Register under Registration in WebAdvisor to verify and update your personal information. Check any Restrictions to make sure you can Register. Select a schedule and print it out or write down the six-digit class section numbers. Continued on next page Answer Center

9 WebAdvisor Register for classes by logging on to WebAdvisor, going to the Students menu, then select Register for Sections under Registration. Express Registration Search & Register If you know your 6-Digit section numbers for the classes you want to take, select the Express Registration tab. Otherwise, choose the Search and Register option. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete your registration. NEED HELP WITH REGISTRATION? The Registration Center is located in the McDowell Center and has computers available for students to use when registering and helpful staff to assist you. Hours of Operation: Monday through Thursday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Call the Answer Center with questions at Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday: 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. questions to Search class listings and register for classes at https://webadvisor.schoolcraft.edu With WebAdvisor you can: Search for Classes. Check back frequently; class sections are continually being added based on student demand. Use Schedule Planner. Enter the classes you want and days/times you are not available and Schedule Planner generates all possible class schedules that would work for you. Register for classes. If you don t have a computer, you can use one of the computers available on campus, including those available in the Registration Center. Answer Center

10 REGISTRATION INFORMATION Assigned Registration Start Times- Students who have taken a class and earned credit in one or more semesters from Spring 2013 through Fall 2014 or who are currently enrolled may participate. Schoolcraft has assigned registration start times based on a student s total number of credits as follows: Credits Earned Through Fall Semester, 2014 Register Online On or After the Dates Below Active Students with 50 or more credits Saturday, March 28 at 7 a.m. Active Students with credits Saturday, March 28 at 11 a.m. Active Students with credits Saturday, March 28 at 3 p.m. Active Students with credits Saturday, March 28 at 7 p.m. Active Students with credits Sunday, March 29 at 7 a.m. Active Students with 1-9 credits Sunday, March 29 at 11 a.m. Any Student Can Register Sunday, March 29 at 3 p.m. Schoolcraft credits and transfer credits awarded as of the end of Fall 2014 term are included in this total. To see your cumulative credits, log on to your WebAdvisor account at webadvisor.schoolcraft.edu General Information Current and former students in good standing may select their own class schedule. New college students or those interested in limited or restricted enrollment programs must meet with an academic advisor or counselor before registering. Call for information. Students also need advisor or counselor approval if: They plan to take more than 18 credit hours in fall or winter semesters Take more than 9 credit hours in spring or summer sessions Are on academic probation, dismissal or registration hold Prerequisites Students must complete prerequisites as required before enrolling in some courses. Check to determine if there are prerequisites required before registering for a course, or contact your academic advisor our counselor for assistance. Waitlist If a course is full, students can add their name to a waitlist. If a spot in the course becomes available, the first student on the waitlist will be notified via alerting them of the deadline date by which you must register. After the date expires, the seat will be offered to subsequent students on the list. Students that receive permission to register after the class has met must obtain a written consent from the instructor to register, and the consent must be returned to the Registration Center before the specified deadline. Schedule Adjustment During the first week of the term, students can adjust their schedule if needed. That can include Late Entry to a class after it has met or attempting to add a class that is already filled. Both situations will need approval of the course instructor. For more information, visit the Admissions page on the Schoolcraft website and click on the Register for Classes tab. Registering online is not permitted when entering a class late or overloading into a class. Late Entry/Overload Students wishing to register for a class after it has met for the first time, or want to try to get into an overload class, need written approval from the instructor. You can get a late entry/overload form from the Registration Center to have the instructor sign or have instructor the consent to Bring the consent form or copy of consent to the Registration Center within two business days of receipt of the consent to enroll. Drops from Classes or Withdrawals Dropping a class during the refund/schedule adjustment period means the student no longer wishes to attend the class and wants to receive a refund. Dropped courses do not appear on the official college transcript, and no grade is issued for dropped courses. Students may withdraw from classes online through WebAdvisor on or before the last day for withdrawal. Check the Important Dates on pages 3-5 for deadlines. A W grade will be issued. Students do not receive refunds for classes they have withdrawn from. For more information, click on the Admissions page on the website and then go to the Register for Classes link and go to the Drop vs. Withdrawal tab. 8 Answer Center

11 TUITION, FEES AND PAYMENT PLANS Schoolcraft s tuition and fees are much lower than those at four-year colleges and universities and competitive with other area community colleges. Determine Tuition and Fees To determine your tuition and fees, use the table on page 11. Locate the number of credit hours you will be taking for the term and then go to the Total column for Resident or Non-Resident Rates. The Total includes all fees as outlined in the table. District Residency and Verification The college verifies a student s residency each semester. To qualify for Resident Tuition Rates, you must reside within the College s district which includes the public school districts of Clarenceville, Garden City, Livonia, Northville, Plymouth-Canton and part of Novi. Proof of residency will be required at the time of admission and for each semester s registration. For more information regarding residency status, click on the Paying for College tab at the top of the Admissions page on the website and then click on Learn More under the Tuition and Fees section. Payment of Tuition and Fees Students who register for classes for Spring 2015, Summer 2015 or Fall 2015 have until the following dates to pay tuition and fees or enroll in the Tuition Payment Plan. Term Payment Deadline Spring 2015 April 15 Summer 2015 May 15 Fall 2015 July 15 After these deadline dates, students who have not paid in full or enrolled in the Payment Plan will be dropped from their classes. Starting the day after the payment deadline dates (April 16, May 16 or July 16 depending on term) tuition and fees are due in full the same day you register, unless enrolled in the Payment Plan. With the Payment Plan, you can make a down payment on your tuition and then pay the balance in additional payments via a credit card or automatic bank payment. After the deadline, students who haven t paid in full or enrolled in the Tuition Payment Plan will be dropped from their classes. (See Charts on pages 10 and 11 for tuition and fees and for Payment Plan information). Schoolcraft accepts cash, checks, debit card, money orders, VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. To enroll in the Tuition Payment Plan: Go to the Schoolcraft website at Click on the WebAdvisor link at the top of the home page. After you Log In to your WebAdvisor account, click on the Students tab and then the Pay Balance link. Choose your payment option from the menu. For more information about Tuition and Fees, including our Senior Adults Tuition Waiver, Refund Policy, Company Paid Tuition and Fees and Residency and Verification requirements, click on the Paying for College tab at the top of the Admissions page on the website and then click on Learn More under the Tuition and Fees section. Answer Center

12 TUITION, FEES PAYMENT SCHEDULE Payment Methods Automatic bank payment (ACH) Credit card/debit card (MasterCard, Discover and American Express) Payments are processed on the 5 th of the month and will continue until the balance is paid in full. Should a payment fail, your reprocess date will be provided on the Missed Payment Notification. Cost to Participate $30 per semester enrollment fee (ACH & credit/debit card) $30 NBS returned payment fee if a payment is returned If a credit/debit card is used, a service fee in addition to the enrollment fee will be assessed Simple Steps to Enroll in the Payment Plan Go to Log in, click on Students and then click on Pay Balance Click on Sign up for a Payment Plan For more information about the payment plan, go to or contact Student Accounts at look for the ecashier logo Target Dates to Enroll By: Important Dates Spring 2015 Summer 2015 Fall 2015 Spring 2015 e-cashier/payment Plan available on the first day of registration. Number of payments Months of payments Required down payment Last day to enroll in payment plan 2 May & June 20% April 24 1 June only 50% May 27 Summer 2015 e-cashier/payment Plan available on the first day of registration. Number of payments Months of payments Required down payment Last day to enroll in payment plan 2 May & June 20% April 24 1 June only 50% May 27 1 July only 50% June 25 Summer 2015 e-cashier/payment Plan available on the first day of registration. Number of payments Months of payments Required down payment Last day to enroll in payment plan 5 June, July, Aug., Sept., Oct. none May 20 4 July, Aug., Sept., Oct. 10% June 24 3 Aug., Sept., Oct. 20% July 22 2 September & October 40% August 19 1 October only 50% September 23 Important You must pay your balance in full or enroll in a payment plan by the payment deadline for each semester or you will be dropped. Please do not assume your balance will automatically be adjusted if financial aid is received or a class is dropped or added. You should review your agreement balance online through your com account or call Student Accounts at to confirm the change. e-cashier/payment Plan Availability Availability of e-cashier/payment Plan is determined by Schoolcraft College. Please be aware the college may elect not to have e-cashier/payment Plan available during specific times and dates during registration. Questions? Contact Student Accounts at or 10 Answer Center

13 TUITION AND FEES FOR SPRING SUMMER less than half time half time three quarter time full time Counselor approval required less than half time half time three quarter time full time Counselor approval required Credit Hours Registration Fee Service Fee Instructional Equip. Fee Infrastructure Fee Resident Rates Non-Resident Rates Tuition Total* Tuition Total* 0.5 $42.00 $3.00 $4.00 $3.00 $46.50 $98.50 $67.50 $ $42.00 $6.00 $8.00 $6.00 $93.00 $ $ $ $42.00 $12.00 $16.00 $12.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $18.00 $24.00 $18.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $24.00 $32.00 $24.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $30.00 $40.00 $30.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $36.00 $48.00 $36.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $42.00 $56.00 $42.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $48.00 $64.00 $48.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $54.00 $72.00 $54.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $60.00 $80.00 $60.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $66.00 $88.00 $66.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $72.00 $96.00 $72.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $78.00 $ $78.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $84.00 $ $84.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $90.00 $ $90.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $96.00 $ $96.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Credit Hours Registration Fee Service Fee Instructional Equip. Fee Infrastructure Fee Out of State/International Rates Resident Senior Rates Tuition Total* Tuition Total* 0.5 $42.00 $3.00 $4.00 $3.00 $99.50 $ $22.50 $ $42.00 $6.00 $8.00 $6.00 $ $ $45.00 $ $42.00 $12.00 $16.00 $12.00 $ $ $90.00 $ $42.00 $18.00 $24.00 $18.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $24.00 $32.00 $24.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $30.00 $40.00 $30.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $36.00 $48.00 $36.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $42.00 $56.00 $42.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $48.00 $64.00 $48.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $54.00 $72.00 $54.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $60.00 $80.00 $60.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $66.00 $88.00 $66.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $72.00 $96.00 $72.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $78.00 $ $78.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $84.00 $ $84.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $90.00 $ $90.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $96.00 $ $96.00 $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $42.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ *Check the course listings online and add course fees if applicable. Tuition and fees are subject to change, without notice, by action of the Board of Trustees. Fall tuition rates will be posted on the Schoolcraft College web site after May 15, Answer Center

14 FINANCIAL AID There are a variety of programs available to help students pay for college. FAFSA-The first step in qualifying for Financial Aid, including student loans, is to fill out the Free Application for Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www. fafsa.gov. Schoolcraft s FAFSA code is Once a student qualifies for Financial Aid, it is applied to the student s account each semester based on the start date of classes. Financial Aid funds are used to pay for tuition and fees. Any excess funds can then be used to purchase books and necessary class supplies at the Schoolcraft Bookstore. Student Loans-Filling out the FAFSA is the first step to qualify for student loans. Student loans are not automatically awarded based on your FAFSA. You must also complete the student loan request process outlined at aid. All student loans will need to be repaid after graduation. Scholarships-Generally based on academic achievement and don t have to be repaid. Schoolcraft College has an online scholarship service to make it easier for students who have been accepted to the College by the Admissions Office to apply for scholarships. For more information, go to Grants-Eligibility is based primarily on demonstrated financial need, and grant awards do not have to be repaid. The FAFSA is the application for Federal grants. Work Study-A need-based program where students are placed in jobs on campus and wages are paid in part by the work study program. Students may submit a Work Study request form to the Office of Financial Aid. Schoolcraft also offers other student employment opportunities which are not based on financial need. For more information, contact Career Services at or via at For more information about Financial Aid programs and what you need to do to qualify, contact the Office of Financial Aid at or go to Financial aid students are encouraged to periodically check their WebAdvisor and their SCmail accounts to check the status of their aid applications. 12 Answer Center

15 ACADEMIC LEARNING OPTIONS Schoolcraft College gives students a variety of course options and schedules to help them reach their academic goals. In addition to traditional courses taught in a classroom or laboratory, there are three other course formats that are alternatives to the traditional classroom experience: Online Courses/Distance Learning Online courses allow students to use the college s learning management system Blackboard to take courses anywhere and any time of day using a computer with internet access. Online learning may be appropriate for students who are independent learners and highly self-motivated. It is also perfect for students who work or have other commitments that may make it difficult for them to attend classes on campus. At Schoolcraft College, you can earn your entire associate degree online or select from a variety of individual online courses to supplement your schedule of on-campus classes. For more information, go to the Course Formats tab under the Academics page on the website or contact the Distance Learning Office at or via at Hybrid Courses Hybrid courses combine traditional classroom instruction with flexible online learning. Students attend classes on campus for presentations, lab work and discussions, while reading assignments, research and some projects are completed online. For more information on these unique course options, call or visit the Schoolcraft website at Open Entry/Open Exit Courses (OE/OE) These self-paced courses enable students to begin and finish in several weeks, a month or a semester. These courses are perfect for students who are independent, highly self-motivated learners. Although students must attend a class orientation and take one assessment on campus, they don t attend regular classes or lectures. Instead, students can complete these classes online at home, in Schoolcraft s computer labs or in the OE/OE lab. Instructors have designated time each week when they are available to assist students in the OE/OE lab. For more information, call or surf over to GLOBAL, SERVICE LEARNING AND HONORS COURSES Schoolcraft College also offers students additional challenging academic options, including: GLOBAL ENDORSEMENT LEARNING Students have the opportunity to learn about different nations and cultures and their interconnections as a part of their degree. Contact Josselyn Moore at ext or via at for more information. SERVICE LEARNING This option links academic courses and voluntarism to benefit both students and community. For more information, call ext or SCHOOLCRAFT SCHOLARS This honors program is designed to provide talented, academically-motivated students with an enhanced educational experience. This is a competitive scholarship opportunity. For more information, call ext or Answer Center

16 NO CLASSES CANCELLED GUARANTEE At Schoolcraft College, any credit class section with students registered will not be cancelled due to a low enrollment of students. This helps students make progress toward their academic goals when planning their class schedules. The college reserves the right to cancel the class section for other reasons, such as: When a qualified instructor is not available to teach the class For core and supporting courses in limited and restricted enrollment programs For courses that require cohort or threshold number of participants for effective learning DEPARTMENTS AND PROGRAMS Students can choose from more than 70 different majors, thousands of courses and a variety of career paths to pursue, including skills certificates, certificates, associate degrees and post-associate certificates designed to provide knowledge and skills to be successful in many of today s in-demand careers. Most of the associate degree programs are also transferable to four-year colleges and universities. For more information about all the Academic Departments and Programs available at Schoolcraft College, click on the Majors tab at the top of the Academics page on the website at 14 Answer Center

17 BOOKSTORE, CAMPUS AND STUDENT SERVICES Schoolcraft College has numerous resources and services available to students in their academic endeavors and to help them enjoy their college experience. Admissions and Welcome Center McDowell Center Offers Schoolcraft orientation tours and assistance in applying for admission. Bookstores Service Building Radcliff Center Fire Arms Training Center All bookstores stock new and used textbooks, offer textbook rentals, school supplies, computers, software and Schoolcraft clothing items. Career and Disability Support Services McDowell Center Helps students learn about careers and employment opportunities, and provide services to assist students with disability-related issues in education. Computer Labs McDowell Center: Room , ext (information) or ext (hours) Radcliff Center: Room , ext (information) or ext (hours) Open computer labs for students working on course assignments and academic research. Need Schoolcraft ID or copy of current schedule for admittance. Counseling and Academic Advising Center McDowell Center Provides academic counseling and advice on selecting a major/program of study and assists with appropriate class selection and graduation preparation. Also provides guidance in transfer planning. Fitness Center Physical Education Building The Fitness Center offers free membership to all registered credit students and is open 7 days a week. Featuring: State of the art fitness equipment Free fitness assessments Complimentary lockers and towel service International Students McDowell Center Resources and guidance provided by International Student Services coordinator for Counseling and Academic Advisory Center. The Learning Assistance Center also offers a number of services and resources for international students. Learning Assistance Center Bradner Library Provides academic skills advising, tutoring services and workshops to help students be more successful in their educational pursuits. Library Bradner Library Learning Studio- Radcliff Center ext Features expert librarians, electronic databases and the latest technology to help with class research needs. Registration/Answer Center Helps students with WebAdvisor, provides registration assistance and answers to any questions a student might have about enrollment. Student Activities Office VisTaTech Center Provides students information and access to more than 20 student-run clubs and organizations, including: Student Activities Board Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Award-winning student newspaper, The Connection Student-interest clubs organized around such areas as art, music, nursing, community service, culinary arts and international relations. Testing Center McDowell Center Testing for placement and classroom makeup tests. Veterans Resource Center McDowell Center Schoolcraft College Veterans Resource Center provides assistance to veterans and military members as prospective or current students. Women s Resource Center-Counseling and Advising McDowell Center The Counseling Center is currently offering some services formerly offered by the Women s Resource Center, including: Divorce Support Group, Money Matters in Divorce and Ask an Attorney information sessions Professional counseling and referral for women s issues. Answer Center

18 PROGRAM PLANNING CHART Projected Course Offerings by Semester Courses not listed are offered on an as-needed basis contact the associate dean for information. Alternative classes are defined as Online, Open Entry/Open Exit or Hybrid. Course listings are subject to change. Fall ACCT AHE 101 ANTH ARB ART BIOL BMET Winter Spring Summer Fall BUS CAB CAD CAP CBPA CCD Winter Spring Summer Fall CCD CGT CHEM CHIN CIS Winter Spring Summer Fall CIS CJ CM COLLS COMA COR 110 DSGN ECON EDUC ELECT Winter Spring Summer Key to course formats traditional alternative traditional & alternative Fall ELECT EMT ENG ENGR ENVR ESL FIRE Winter Spring Summer 16 Answer Center

19 PROGRAM PLANNING CHART Projected Course Offerings by Semester Courses not listed are offered on an as-needed basis contact the associate dean for information. Alternative classes are defined as Online, Open Entry/Open Exit or Hybrid. Course listings are subject to change. Fall FR GEOG GEOL GER HDS 110 HIST HIT HS HUM Winter Spring Summer Fall ITAL MA MAS MATH MET MFG Winter Spring Summer Fall MT 108 MUSIC Winter Spring Summer Fall MUSIC NATP 110 NURS OIS PE PHARM 101 PHIL PHYS POLS Winter Spring Summer Key to course formats traditional alternative traditional & alternative Fall PSYCH QM 107 SOC SPAN SRT THEA WELD Winter Spring Summer Answer Center

20 GENERAL INFORMATION Accreditation Schoolcraft College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association, 30 North LaSalle, Suite 2400, Chicago, Illinois, Phone: ; Fax: Website: Class Cancellations Schoolcraft College may cancel a section of a class if: The instructor becomes unavailable and a replacement can t be found The college changes the day, time or location of the class Students are contacted to request another class Classes cancelled on a one-time basis during the semester due to instructor illness or other unforeseen circumstances will be listed on the Cancellations & Closings links under the News and Events tab of the website. College Closure Due to Weather or Emergencies If the college needs to close due to weather or emergencies, the closure notice will be posted on the home page of the Schoolcraft website and on the Cancellations & Closings links under website s News and Events tab. It will also be broadcast on local news radio stations and TV news shows that announce school closings. Upon registration for classes, all students are automatically enrolled in SCalerts to receive text, and voic alerts regarding college closures due to weather or other emergencies. College Policies Drug Free Campus The Federal Drug Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989 require that colleges receiving federal funds to develop a program to prevent the use of illicit drugs and alcohol by students and employees on school property. Consistent with local, state and federal laws, Schoolcraft College will impose sanctions or seek legal action against students or employees, who unlawfully possess, use or distribute illicit drugs or alcohol on Schoolcraft College property as part of any college class or activity. Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) FERPA requires written consent of a student to enable the college to disclose education records or personal information with anyone other than the student. Students have the right to review their own education records. Non-Discrimination Policy It is the policy of Schoolcraft College that no person shall, on the basis of age, color, creed, disability, gender, marital status, national origin or race be excluded from participating in, be denied benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination during any activity or program or in employment. For more information on these aforementioned policies, go to the Schoolcraft website, click on About Us menu at the top of the home page, then click on the Welcome tab and go to the College Policies link. Health Insurance for Students Sickness and accident insurance is available for full- and part-time students. For more information, click on the A-Z Index on the Schoolcraft website s home page then click on the H category to find the link to the Health Services information page. Student and Consumer Contact Information Information for the following areas is also listed on the Schoolcraft College website: Campus Security/Police Department Campus Security report and crime statistics Disability Support Services Services for students with disabilities Financial Aid Office Student loans, deferments, available financial assistance and return of Title IV funds Office of Instruction Accreditation and licensing Records Office Student privacy and rights under FERPA Registration Office Academic programs, college costs, refunds, withdrawals Research and Analytics Athletic program participation rates and financial support, completion/graduation rate, transfer-out rate 18 Answer Center

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