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1 Brazosport College FALL 2013 SCHEDULE CREDIT CLASSES College of EXCELLENCE TOP 10 TABLE OF CONTENTS... Inside Cover Bachelor of Applied technology... 1 New Student Orientation... 1 Hours, DATES & Deadlines... 2 Fall Winter mini-mester Final Exam Schedule Honors Program Classes... 49

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Bachelor s Degree in Industrial Management... 1 New Student Orientation... 2 Hours, Dates & Deadlines... 2 Office Hours... 2 Summer Hours... 2 Cashier s Office Hours (year round) Dates and Deadlines... 2 Fall Semester, Winter Mini-Mester, Spring Semester, May Intersession, First Summer Term (First Six Weeks), Second Summer Term, Eleven Week Summer Term, Admissions & mybc... 4 Deadline for Admission/ Readmission Items... 4 mybc available 24/ How to Enroll: Enrollment Policies and Procedures... 4 Registration... 4 Admissions and Registration Information: New Students... 5 Credit Students Enrolled Within Last Year... 5 All Other Former Credit Students... 5 Unassigned Classes... 5 Late Registration & Drop... 5 BC New Student Orientation... 6 Virtual College of Texas... 6 Payment Options mybc (Internet) Payment Express Pay Tuition Payment Plan... 6 Fees... 7 Calculating Tuition and Fees... 7 Fee Payment Laboratory Fees... 7 Books Fall Credit Program Tuition & Fees... 7 Refunds... 8 Refund Dates And Rates... 8 Additional Refund Information... 9 Refund Dates... 9 Tuition Payment Plan About the Facts Tuition Payment Plan...10 Completing the Facts Agreement...10 Commonly Asked Questions About FACTS...10 Save time.pay online...11 Important...11 Financial Aid How to Apply for Financial Aid...12 Financial Aid...12 Texas Success Initiative Texas Success Initiative...13 Mandatory Remediation...13 Academic Advisement...13 Compass Testing Schedule...14 Testing Requirements...14 Calculators for Compass...14 Procedures for TSI Testing...14 Miscellaneous College Concurrent Enrollment...15 Proof Of Residency...15 Payment Method...15 Additional Information...15 Public Information Statement...15 Declaracion De Informacion Publica...15 BC Honors Program Honors Courses - Fall Winter Mini-Mester Fall 2013 Course Schedule Fall 2013 Short Courses Final Exam Schedule for complete registration requirements TOC

3 Business Management Specialty Process Management Specialty Safety, Health & Environmental Management Specialty General Technology Management Other AAS Students with AA, AS and most AAS degrees with acceptable GPAs are admitted to the program as juniors. Now Available Online! Bachelor s Degree in Industrial Management Now Taking Applications For program information: or new student orientation

4 Hours, Dates & Deadlines Office Hours Admissions and Registration/Financial Aid/Counseling Mon. Thurs.: 8:00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Cashier s Office Hours* Mon. Thurs. 8:00 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. *Please check individual office websites for most current hours Dates and Deadlines Fall Semester, 2013 Priority Pre-Registration... April 1-30 Online Registration...May 1 - August 30 Financial Aid Priority Deadline...June 1 On Site Registration...July 22- August 30 Early Registration... May 1 - August 20 Late Registration...August Registered students who have not arranged for payment are dropped... Aug 20, Sept 11 Classes Begin...August 26 Drop/Add for the Fall Semester...August Labor Day (Holiday, College Closed)...September 2 Last Day to Withdraw from Classes...November 1 Thanksgiving Holidays...November (College Closes at noon, Tuesday, November 26) Final Examinations...December 7-12 (Exams for Thursday night only classes will be scheduled on December 5) Christmas/New Year s Holidays...December 23 - January 1 Winter Minimester, 2013 On-Site Registration (payment due at time of registration)... December 2-13 Classes Begin... December 16 Final Examination...January 3 Spring Semester, 2014 Financial Aid Priority Deadline...November 1 Priority Pre-Registration...November 3-29 Online Registration (late registration fee applies Jan 6-10)... November 30 - January 17 Early Registration...Nov 30 - Jan 7 On Site Registration during College business hours... Dec 2 - Jan 17 College Opens...January 2 Late Registration... Jan 8-10 Registered students who have not arranged for payment are dropped...jan 7, Jan 29 Classes Begin...January 13 Drop/Add for the Spring Semester...January Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Holiday, College Closed)...January 20 Spring Break (College Closed)... March Last Day to Withdraw from Classes... March 27 Spring Holiday (College Closed)...April 18 Final Examinations... May 1-6 (Exams for Tuesday night only classes: April 29) (Exams for Wednesday only classes: April 30) Commencement... May 10 2

5 May Intersession, 2014 On-Site Registration (payment due at time of registration)... April 1 - May 7 Classes Begin... May 8 Final Examination... May 28 Grades Due (10:00 a.m.)... May 29 First Summer Term (First Six Weeks), 2014 Financial Aid Priority Deadline... April 1 Priority Pre-Registration... Apr 1-30 Online Registration... May 1 - June 2 Registration... May 1-30 On Site Registration... May 21 - June 2 Memorial Day (Holiday, College Closed)... May 26 Registered students who have not arranged for payment are dropped... May 30, June 5 Classes Begin...June 2 Drop/Add for the First Summer Term...June 2 Last Day to Withdraw from Classes...June 20 Independence Day (Holiday, College Closed)...July 4 Final Examinations...July 7 (Exams for Tuesday/Thursday only classes will be scheduled on July 5) Second Summer Term (Second Six Weeks), 2014 Priority Pre-Registration... April 1-30 Online Registration... May 1 - July 10 Registration... May 1 - July 9 On Site Registration...July 1-10 Registered students who have not arranged for payment are dropped... July 9, July 15 Classes Begin...July 10 Drop/Add for the Second Summer Term...July 10 Last Day to Withdraw from Classes...July 30 Final Examinations...August 13 (Exams for Tuesday/Thursday only classes will be scheduled on August 12) Eleven Week Summer Term, 2014 Financial Aid Priority Deadline... April 1 Priority Pre-Registration... Apr 1-30 Registration... May 1-30 Online Registration... May 1 - June 2 On Site Registration... May 21 - June 2 Memorial Day (Holiday, College Closed)... May 26 Registered students who have not arranged for payment are dropped... May 30, June 11 Classes Begin...June 2 Drop/Add for the Eleven Week Summer Term...June 2 Independence Day (Holiday, College Closed)...July 4 Last Day to Withdraw from Classes...July 30 Final Examinations...August 13 (Exams for Tuesday/Thursday only classes will be scheduled on August 12) 3

6 Admissions & mybc Deadline for Admission/Readmission Items Students should submit applications for admission, applicable TSI scores, and have up-to-date official transcripts mailed to the office of admissions. See semester Dates and Deadlines. mybc available 24/7 mybc is a student information system where you can: View your eligibility and times for Priority Pre-Registration, View your current class schedules and availability, current grades, unofficial transcript, and check your financial aid status, Review your account status and pay your tuition and fees with a credit card or checking account, Run your own degree audit, and shop different majors, Change your PIN and enroll in courses. You must have your Student ID or (Social Security Number or assigned college number) and PIN number handy to access mybc. If you don t know your 6-digit PIN number, you must present a photo ID at the Registrar s office to obtain it. Forgot your PIN? Log into mybc and click the link Forgot your PIN?. Enter your Student ID and your PIN will be sent to your address on record. To be eligible for on-line registration, you must first: be cleared at the Admissions office be eligible to self-advise or obtain enrollment clearance from the counseling office, AND have no holds on your record. How to Enroll: Enrollment Policies and Procedures Students are offered secure access to their student records via their mybc account. mybc is more than just an on-line registration system. It is an information system that students can use to check course availability, look up class schedules, view current grades, view unofficial transcripts, verify demographic information, view financial aid status, review tuition and fee accounts, and pay by credit card or checking account using our secure payment system (FACTS tuition management system.) Specific information regarding Online Priority Pre-Registration Students using online registration have the opportunity to enroll early using Online Priority Registration. During priority preregistration you may only enroll using the mybc system as on campus registration will not be available. Check you re mybc account to see if you are eligible for Online Priority Pre- Registration and what days you can Register. In order to enroll early, students should make sure all prerequisites to enrollment are completed including: Student must be fully admitted to Brazosport College prior to Online Priority Registration. 4 access to the mybc system is available in the schedule of classes. If you require assistance completing your enrollment online, Brazosport College staff are available from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Fridays during the fall semester to help you. mybc is user friendly and allows students to register from any location that has internet access. In order to access the mybc system, you will need your Student ID number (or Social Security Number) and your PIN code. Students who are not self-advised must meet with their counselor and obtain enrollment clearance before Online Priority Registration begins. Student must not have holds for transcripts or other information with the Registrar s Office. Student must not owe an outstanding balance to any Brazosport College department. Admissions Office staff will not have access to enroll any students during Online Priority Registration and assistance with online registration will be limited.

7 Admissions and Registration Information: New Students 1. Obtain admissions information by going to the Admissions Office or by calling High school students may contact the BC Admissions Office or their high school counselor for information concerning admissions for BC concurrent enrollment and/or dual credit. 2. Complete admissions requirements: Application for admission Meningococcal Meningitis Vaccination Required (See Where to find vaccine requirements - click on Become a Gator then Steps of Enrollment) COMPASS scores Official high school transcript or GED scores and/or all official college transcripts Students who do not have any of these records and are 18 years of age or older, should contact the Admissions Office for 5 individual consideration. You may come by the Admissions Office, check online, or call to see if your records are complete. 3. Select courses with your Counselor or Advisor unless you are self-advising. Students with a bachelor s degree or higher may self-advise and do not need to see a Counselor, but must obtain clearance from the Admissions Office. 4. Register on-line using mybc after April 29, If you require assistance, college staff are available to assist you with online enrollment at the computer stations located at the main entrance of the College. Students are encouraged to register early as classes fill quickly. 5. First time college students must register for PSYC 1300 Learning Framework during their first semester. Credit Students Enrolled Fall 2012 or Spring Students who are eligible to self-advise, and have no holds on their record may register on-line without clearance from the Admissions Office. 2. Students who were enrolled Fall 2012 or Spring 2013 and have met their COMPASS requirements, but are not eligible to self-advise based on the requirements for self advisement (see Self Advisement), and have been cleared for admission and advisement, must still be advised All Other Former Credit Students 1. Obtain admissions clearance form at the Admissions Office. 2. Submit required readmission items, (Compass scores if required, an Application for Readmission, and submit up-to-date official college transcripts* by deadlines for by a Counselor or Advisor and may then register on-line, on-site or at late registration. 3. All students enrolling during late registration are required to be cleared by the Admissions Office. NOTE: Notify the Registrar s Office in writing of any address change before using the mybc registration system. registration). You may check online, come by or call to see if your records are complete. 3. Obtain admissions clearance and see your Advisor/Counselor unless you are eligible to self-advise. * Transcripts must be mailed to BC directly from the sending institution. Students with a bachelor s degree or higher may submit only one official transcript showing the highest degree. Classes with Unassigned Instructors Some classes in the schedule may show the Instructor as Unassigned. Teaching assignments for these classes will be made prior to the start of classes. BC New Student Orientation All new BC students are required to attend Orientation. Exemptions may include continuing education, short course, and ABC students. If you have any questions about Orientation, contact Student Life at ,

8 Virtual College of Texas In addition to the distance learning courses taught online by Brazosport College faculty, the college also enables students to take certain courses for Brazosport College credit that are offered online by other Texas community colleges through the Virtual College of Texas (VCT). This increases scheduling flexibility for students and allows a broader diversity of course offerings. VCT course content and faculty credentials are reviewed by Brazosport College s academic administration and selected based on the quality of the curriculum and faculty resources offered. Students wishing to enroll in a course should contact Terry Comingore at or (979) (www.vct.org) Payment Options* 1. mybc (Internet) Payment Payments using your Credit Card or Checking account will be processed using the mybc payment system. Your credit card/bank account can be charged during your online session. An receipt will be issued for students indicating their address. We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover. mybc is available 24 hours per day at the times listed below: Fall Early Registration: April 1, August 20, 2013 ending at 6:30 p.m. Fall Late Registration and Drop/Adds: August 21, August 30, 2013 ending at 11:30 a.m. 2. Express Pay This option is only available to students who have already registered for their classes. Students may receive a printout of their bill at the Business Office Cashier Window during Cashier Office Hours on the following days: Fall Early Registration: July 22 - August 20, 2013 ending at 6:30 p.m. Fall Late Registration and Drop/Adds: August 21 - August 30, 2013 ending at 11:30 a.m. 3. Tuition Payment Plan The Tuition Payment Plan is available to all students through their mybc (INTERNET) registration account. Students will be agreeing to pay 30% of their total bill plus a $25 enrollment fee immediately, and 2 payments of 35% & 35%. See Tuition Payment Plan for more details. Students may also choose to make a Full Payment with no additional fee. *Being dropped for non-payment Students will be dropped who do not pay by: Fall 2013 Early Registration 6:30 p.m. on August 20 Late Registration and Drop/Adds Payment Due at Registration *Financial Aid Students: If you choose not to attend and Financial Aid has paid any portion of your bill, you must DROP yourself from your classes. You are then responsible for any tuition, fees, books and other educationally - related charges that were incurred on your account. 6

9 Fees Calculating Tuition and Fees To calculate your tuition and fees for the credit courses you are taking, you should refer to the SCHEDULE OF ACADEMIC AND TECHNICAL CLASSES on your Student Bill. First determine how many CREDIT HOURS (CR HR) are assigned for each course and whether a Course Fee is charged. Add your credit hours for each course to get a total number of credit hours. Then, using the information from the BC tuition web page, find your total credit hours and move to the correct RESIDENT status column. IN-DISTRICT residency is defined as within the Brazosport Independent School District (BISD); OUT-OF-DISTRICT is outside of BISD; OUT-OF STATE or INTERNATIONAL should be determined by the Registrar s Office. If you are not sure of your residence status, you may contact the Registrar s Office. The dollar amount in this column should include all base tuition and fee cost; it does not include the individual Course Fee cost associated with your course. You should add all of your Course Fee costs to this base amount to determine the total tuition and fees owed. Fee Payment Course Fees Some courses require fees for supplies and expendables or costs associated with that particular course. Course fees are noted in the class schedule and in the current catalog. Books You can purchase books online at by selecting Quicklinks then Bookstore or at the bookstore on campus. To obtain the cost of books and supplies, present the list of courses you plan to take to the bookstore personnel. Refunds FALL 2013 TUITION TABLE CREDIT HOURS IN DISTRICT* OUT OF DISTRICT** OUT OF STATE/ INTERNATIONAL*** NOTE TO STUDENTS TAKING JUNIOR AND SENIOR LEVEL COURSES and 4000 level courses taken by students enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Technology Program will have an additional course fee of $60 per credit hour added to the above table amounts to offset the increased costs of delivering upper division courses. Additional fees will be charged for lab fees, late registration, and schedule changes initiated by students after classes begin. *In-District Amounts include tuition ($59 per hour), building fee ($9 per hour), technology fee ($5 per hour) and student service fee ($3.50 per hour). **Out-of District Amounts include Tuition ($93 per hour), building fee ($9 per hour), technology fee ($5 per hour) and student service fee ($3.50 per hour). ***Out-of State/Int l Amounts include Tuition ($140 per hour or $200 minimum), building fee ($9 per hour), technology fee ($5 per hour) and student service fee ($3.50 per hour). 7

10 Refund Dates And Rates Students who officially withdraw from credit courses or drop a credit course may receive refunds based on the date of withdrawal or drop. Refunds can be at 100%, 70%, 25%, or 0% - depending on date of withdrawal. Students who officially withdraw from the college credit program or drop a course will receive refunds for all tuition and mandatory fees based on the percentages reflecting the date of withdrawal. Canceled courses will still be refunded at 100%. Refund Percentage 100% 70% 25% 0% Fall 2013 On or before August 30 August 31 September 16 September On or after September 24 Additional Refund Information No refunds will be made for courses dropped after the above deadlines. Non-semester-length courses will be prorated according to state guidelines. Students who have an E-FACTS (NELNET) payment plan contract and have a cancelled/ dropped class or have received Financial Aid should go to the CASHIER s Office to have a copy of their student bill printed and request to have their E-FACTS contract adjusted. Tuition and fees paid directly to Brazosport College by a sponsor, donor, or scholarship, shall be refunded to the source rather than the student. Students may receive a cash or credit card refund at the Cashier s Office during the following: ON-CAMPUS REFUND DATES- August 26-September 11 (Fall 2013) To receive your refund on-campus: Bring the green paid receipt issued at the time of payment Bring the credit card that was used for initial payment Bring a photo ID such as a mybc card or Driver s License *Students who paid for tuition and fees by check on campus or by mybc online, should wait 10 business days to allow their check to clear normal banking channels before coming to the Business Office Cashier Window for a refund. Students who do not pick up their refund by these dates will have their refunds processed via mybc Debit Card or direct deposit* by the following date: October 11, 2013 (Fall 2013) *Students may obtain a mybc Debit Card in the Library or designate a direct deposit account online through mybc. 8

11 Tuition Payment Plan Fall 2013 Early Registration e-cashier available on April 1, Full payments may be made on e-cashier through August 20, 2013 by 6:30 p.m. Last day to Enroll online Required down payment Number of Payments Months of payments Aug 20 by 6:30 p.m. 30% 2 Sept 20 & Oct 20 Fall 2013 Late Registration and Drop/Adds e-cashier available on August 21, Full payments may be made on e-cashier through August 30, 2013 by 11:30 a.m. Last day to Enroll online Required down payment Number of Payments Months of payments Aug 30 by 11:30 a.m. 30% 2 Sept 20 and Oct 20 NOTE: All down and full payments are processed immediately! NELNET Enrollment Fee ($25) is processed immediately. About the Facts Tuition Payment Plan To help you meet your educational expenses, Brazosport College is pleased to offer FACTS (NELNET) as a convenient budget plan. It is not a loan; therefore you have no debt, there are no interest or finance charges assessed and there is no credit check. The cost to budget monthly payments is a separate $25 per semester nonrefundable FACTS Enrollment Fee charged by NELNET. The FACTS Enrollment Fee and the 30% down payment are processed immediately. The tuition plan payments, after the original 30% down payment, are automatically deducted on the 20th of each month from a checking or savings account. You may also have your payment charged to your credit card. Please note: Check, Debit, and ATM Cards may be returned unpaid due to daily limits restrictions imposed by your bank. If your payment on the 20th is not successful, it will be reattempted on the 5th of the following month. Any time a payment is missed, you will receive notification from FACTS on how the missed payment will be handled. Your FACTS agreement will be processed until the balance owed is paid in full. For each missed payment, FACTS assesses a $30 FACTS Missed Payment Fee. FACTS Missed Payment Fees are automatically deducted from the account you have provided. If your FACTS Missed Payment Fee is missed, it will be reattempted. FACTS Missed Payment Fees are payable to NELNET. FACTS Enrollment Fees and Missed Payment Fees are subject to change in future academic years or semesters, unless otherwise agreed by NELNET and Brazosport College. Interest earned on all custodial funds held by FACTS is payable to NELNET. To enroll in the FACTS payment plan you will need to complete a FACTS Automatic Tuition Payment Agreement through your mybc account. There is no fee to make a full payment on your tuition and fees during each semester. 9

12 Completing the Facts Agreement When you enroll with FACTS be sure to have the following information: Student ID number as assigned by Brazosport College. The name and address of the person responsible for making the payments. Account Information for the responsible person. 1. If paying by automatic bank payments you will need: - the financial institution s name, - telephone number, account number - the financial institution s routing number. Most of this information is located on your check. 2 If paying by credit card, you will need the credit card number and expiration date. You will be asked to create a FACTS Access Code. The FACTS Access Code is designed to help protect private information regarding your agreement. FACTS Payment plan deadlines for Early and Late Registration can be found listed by semester in the Dates and Deadline section. Commonly Asked Questions About FACTS 1. When and what time will the funds be withdrawn from my bank account? FACTS specifies the date each payment will occur but it is your financial institution that determines the time of day the payment is debited. FACTS recommends you check with your financial institution to determine how far in advance funds should be deposited into your account to ensure the automatic payment clears. If a payment date falls on a weekend or holiday, the payment will be attempted the following business day. 2. How will I be notified of my payment? Once your agreement is posted to the FACTS system, you will receive a confirmation notification of your payment amount by or letter. Payments will be processed until the total balance is paid in full. The notification has important information you must have to log on to My FACTS Account. The notification also serves as a reminder that a $25.00 per semester nonrefundable FACTS Enrollment Fee will be processed from the account indicated on the agreement. 3. Can I pay by phone with FACTS? In accordance with the Terms & Conditions of your FACTS agreement, payments are processed electronically. FACTS does not accept payments by phone. 4. What is the FACTS Access Code? To help protect your privacy, FACTS asks the person responsible for the payments to create an access code. If you should call into FACTS inquiring about your FACTS agreement or inquire online through My FACTS Account, you will be required to verify your FACTS Access Code. If you do not create an access code on your FACTS agreement, one will be randomly assigned to you. Your FACTS Access Code will be identified on your FACTS Confirmation Letter. Please remember to keep a copy of your confirmation letter. 10

13 Save time.pay online - go to Click on mybc and log in Select Student Information and choose Review/Pay Acct Click on Pay by NELNET/CREDIT CARD The payment plan can accommodate down payments and monthly payments. Once you are in e-facts, refer to the menu bar at the top for additional answers to questions you may have. Use the Proceed button to move through the steps, making sure you read all the information provided. Before you click the submit button, please carefully read through the Final Review and the Terms and Conditions. An immediate will be sent (if an address was provided for the person responsible for payment) confirming enrollment through FACTS. Important Call FACTS (NELNET) at (800) to make any changes to your address, phone, or banking information. If you have questions regarding your FACTS agreement please contact FACTS directly or go to your My FACTS Account to review your agreement online. To access your My FACTS Account, see the instructions located in your Confirmation Letter or . Students who have an E-FACTS contract and have a cancelled/dropped class or have received Financial Aid should go to the CASHIER S OFFICE to have a copy of their student bill printed and request to have their E-FACTS contract adjusted. Tuition Installments Payment Plans not paid in full by the final payment date will be assessed an invoice fee by The College equivalent to one hour of In-District tuition. ($59 for ) 11

14 Financial Aid How to Apply for Financial Aid Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at After receiving your SAR (Student Aid Report) from the Department of Education, the Brazosport College Financial Aid Office will notify the student on their mybc account which forms are needed. These forms are available on line at To assure financial aid is awarded prior to the payment deadline a complete financial aid file must be in the Financial Aid Office by the following date Fall Semester- June 1 You must make arrangements to pay your bill if Financial Aid is not awarded by payment deadlines listed under Dates and Deadlines. You will be able to check your financial aid status on your mybc account by visiting Award letters are mailed to each student at the mailing address on file in the Registrar s Office. A number of scholarships are available to current and prospective students of Brazosport College. Applications are online at link. These applications must be submitted with a letter of recommendation from a non-family member and a FAFSA must be completed. The Federal Direct Subsidized/ Unsubsidized loan requires an additional application that is available at the Financial Aid Office upon request. Financial Aid The following types of financial aid are available to students: GRANTS are aid funds that do not have to be paid back by a student who qualifies and completes his/her courses. Eligibility is determined based on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application. Grants available based upon federal and state funding are: Pell Grant, Texas Public Education Grant, TEXAS Grant, Texas Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Student Educational Opportunity Grant. SCHOLARSHIPS are aid funds given by donors to assist students. To qualify for a scholarship, students typically must be enrolled full-time and maintain at least a 2.0 grade point average. A limited number of scholarships for part-time students are available. WORK STUDY is a program in which students may work up to 20 hours per week both on and off campus. Jobs such as lab assistants, library aides, and office aides are available. Applications are available in the Career Center and online at DIRECT LOAN PROGRAM Brazosport College participates in the Subsidized/Unsubsidized DIRECT Loan Program. Applications available upon request in the Financial Aid Office. The college does NOT participate in the Parent (PLUS) Loan Program. HAZLEWOOD ACT is for students who served honorably in the U.S. armed forces. These students may have their tuition and fees (except college service fees) waived if they meet specific conditions. All documentation must be filed with the Financial Aid Office at least one week prior to payment deadline. Application available at financialaid under Forms. HAZLEWOOD LEGACY ACT permits eligible veterans to assign their unused hours to their child. Eligible dependents may have their tuition and fees (except college service fees) waived if they meet specific conditions. All documentation must be filed with the Financial Aid Office at least one week prior to the payment deadline. Application available at under Forms. BOOKSTORE CHARGES Students with funds available may charge any allowable bookstore expense to their student account. Check the Financial Aid website for exact charging periods. REFUNDS are available to students with balances in their financial aid account. Funds will be direct deposited onto the student s mybc student debit card. Please check the financial aid website for exact dates. CONTACT US: PHONE: FAX: Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. *Holiday hours may vary

15 Texas Success Initiative Texas Success Initiative Each undergraduate student, unless exempt, who enters Brazosport College must be tested for reading, writing, and mathematics skills with a THECB approved assessment prior to enrolling in college-level coursework. Brazosport College administers the Compass tests to assess students. A student who has not been tested may enroll in coursework only under the special circumstances provided below. TSI Exemptions/waivers performing at levels that the THECB defines for an exemption on the SAT, the ACT, or the exit-level TAKS/TAAS and enrolling within the time limits defined in the THECB rule. not seeking a degree or certificate (casual student) as determined by the chief academic officer. transferring from an accredited institution of higher education and who has earned a grade of C or better on appropriate college-level coursework as determined by Brazosport College. enrolling in a Level-One certificate program (42 or fewer semester credit hours). Exemptions for certificate students allow the students to take no more than 6 SCH outside the certificate program curriculum. Students who want to take more than 6 SCH outside the program must be assessed prior to enrolling. having previously attended an accredited Texas public institution of higher education and having been determined by that institution to have met TSI college-level readiness standards. having graduated with an associate or a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution. serving on active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard, or as a member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States and has been serving for at least three years preceding enrollment. who on or after August 1, 1990, was honorably discharged, retired, or released from active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States or the Texas National Guard or as a member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States. A student must document eligibility for applicable exceptions by providing the Registrar s Office with official transcripts or other official documents. Note that certain courses require placement testing before they can be taken, regardless of exemptions/exceptions. The TSI requirements will be waived for students who are enrolled in an approved certificate program at Brazosport College. You are responsible for informing counselors and faculty advisors of your enrollment in a certificate program. Mandatory Remediation If your TSI test scores indicate you need remediation, you must enroll and remain enrolled in transitional courses until you can demonstrate appropriate skills. You may not withdraw from these courses without permission from the dean unless you withdraw from the college. Academic Advisement Students who must see counselors are encouraged to drop by the counseling center. It will be important for each student to have as much of the admissions information completed as possible before you see a counselor or faculty advisor; however, a student may see a counselor at any time during the schedule noted above. During fall late registration, counselors and faculty advisors will be available to students in the counseling center from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Friday. Students who are eligible to self-advise are reminded that they are not required to see a counselor, even though they may choose to do so. 13

16 Self Advisement Students may qualify for self-advisement if: you have a bachelor s degree or: are a former or continuing student and you are exempt from or have satisfied all sections of the Texas Success Initiative. are not on academic probation or suspension at Brazosport College or any other college. Please note: Students who self-advise must meet all prerequisite requirements for courses to be taken including private music, piano and all cooperative education courses. Compass Testing Schedule To check current testing schedule: go to the Counseling and Testing webpage at: or call Testing Requirements If you are exempt from taking a TSI test based on any of the exemptions listed in the Brazosport College Development Plan and paraphrased in the Texas Success Initiative section you: do not have to take the (COMPASS) test. must meet college testing prerequisites before you can enroll in courses with skills prerequisites. do not have to take remedial courses each semester. If you are enrolled in an occupational-technical certificate program of 42 hours or less, you: are required to be assessed by taking the placement test when you enroll in courses that require skill prerequisites. are not required to take a TSI test as long as you remain enrolled in a TSI waived certificate program and do not take general education courses outside of this program. All other students must meet college test score prerequisites for courses that require them. take Compass test by August 24, 2013 for Fall 2013 be enrolled continuously in a remedial course each semester if you have not satisfied any part of the Texas Success Initiative testing. You will be permitted to withdraw from these courses upon withdrawal from all college courses. You will not earn college credit for remedial classes. Calculators for Compass Non-graphing calculators are provided as part of the COMPASS test. For additional information on the use of calculators please call (979) Procedures for TSI Testing Register for a test date and time. Study for test (check BC website for study information). Report to the testing room 15 minutes before test time. Allow 3 to 4 hours to complete the test. You must present photo identification at the time of your test. 14

17 Miscellaneous College Concurrent Enrollment If you are registered simultaneously at more than one public college, see the Brazosport College Registrar and Cashier s Office for more information about registration and the computation of tuition and fees. Concurrent enrollment also requires approval from the Dean, Educational Programs and Services. Proof Of Residency All students must complete a residency questionnaire and sign an oath of Texas residency. Proof of residency may be required. Documents proving that you have established Texas as your permanent domicile may be required, as well as proof that you have maintained a residence in Texas for at least 12 consecutive months prior to the date of enrollment. See the registrar s office for additional information. Non-citizens must present their permanent residence card or appropriate visa at registration. Additional documentation may be required for permanent residents who want to qualify for Texas residency. *Changes to a students residence classification may proceed only after a review of written request accompanied by adequate proof of domicile. Payment Method Brazosport College accepts payment by cash, check, Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover. Any returned check or charge will be assessed an additional $25 fee and turned over to a collection agency. Additional Information For more information on policies, amenities, student organizations or services, please consult your Student Guide & Calendar. For information on degree plans, course descriptions, admissions, college policies and services, please consult our course catalog. All information in Brazosport College publications can also be found at Public Information Statement Brazosport College offers academic and vocational programs as published in the current catalog. Admission to most programs is based on the criteria stated in the general regulations section of the catalog. It is our policy not to discriminate on the basis of gender, disability, race, creed, color, age, or national origin in our educational and vocational programs, activities, or employment as required by Title IX, Section 504, and Title VI. A deficiency in English or mathematics skills will not bar you from admission. If you do not demonstrate appropriate skills in either area, you will be placed in developmental courses to help you obtain college-level skills. For more information, refer to the current catalog. For information about rights or grievance procedures, contact Dr. H.E. Miles, Title IX Coordinator or Dean of Administrative Business Services, Section 504 Coordinator at (979) Declaracion De Informacion Publica El Colegio de Brazosport ofrece los programas academicos y vocacionales publicados en el catalogo actual del colegio. El ingreso a la mayoria de estos programas: en los requisitos que se encuentran en la seccion de Reglas Generales de dicha publicada. La politica del Colegio de Brazosport es no descriminar a base de género, condicion fisica, raza, credo, color, edad, origen nacional en sus programas educativos y vocaionales, en sus actividades, y en su empleo, como se requiere bajo el Titulo IX, Seccion 504, y Titulo VI. Ni la falta de ingles ni la falta de matematicas sera barrera para ingresar en el Colegio de Brazosport. Un estudiante que no puede demonstrar las habilidades apropiades en ingles o en matematicas tendra que seguir curso basicos que le ayudaran a tener exito en el colegio, Para mas informacion, favor de mirar del catalogo actual. Para infromacion se sus derechos o procesos de quejas, comunicar con el doctor H.E. Miles, coordinador del Titulo IX, o con el Dean of Administrative Business Services, coordinador de la Seccion 504, en el Colegio de Brazosport, (979)

18 WINTER MINI-MESTER CLASSES 2013 REG NO. COURSE NO. SEC NO. WEEKS COURSE FEE COURSE DESCRIPTION CR HR INSTRUCTOR TIME DAY ROOM ART 4000 ARTS ART APPRECIATION (ONLINE) 3 ANDERSEN-WYMAN K ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ENGLISH 4001 ENGL COMPOSITION & RHETORIC I (ONLINE) 3 PEGODA ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE GOVERNMENT 4002 GOVT FEDERAL GOVERNMENT (ONLINE) 3 CUMBA ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE 4003 GOVT TEXAS GOVERNMENT (ONLINE) 3 PRYOR ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE HISTORY 4004 HIST U S HISTORY TO 1877 (ONLINE) 3 TARRANT ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE 4005 HIST U S HIST 1877 TO PRES (ONLINE) 3 KNODE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE HUMANITIES 4006 HUMA INTRO TO HUMANITIES (ONLINE) 3 PETROVICH ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE MUSIC 4007 MUSI MUSIC APPRECIATION (ONLINE) 3 BIRK ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE PSYCHOLOGY 4008 PSYC GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (ONLINE) 3 ZAMORANO ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE 4009 PSYC LIFE SPAN GROW/DEVEL (ONLINE) 3 GONZALEZ ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE Winter-Mini-Mester Internet Courses: For course entry, go to Winter-Mini-Mester Internet Courses: For course entry, go and select DISTANCE LEARNING from the QUICK LINKS menu. Earn 3 credit hours in just 3 weeks with internet classes offered from December 16 - January 3 You may register for only one of these courses Registration is December 2-13 Payment is due the day the student registers for class Mini-mester final exams may occur on campus Page 16

19 ACADEMIC/TECHNICAL EDUCATION CLASSES - Fall REG NO. COURSE NO. SEC NO. WEEKS COURSE FEE COURSE DESCRIPTION CR HR INSTRUCTOR TIME DAY ROOM ACCOUNTING 1006 ACCT $8.00 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 4 PAYNE 9:10-11 M W F ACCT $8.00 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 4 PAYNE 5:30-9:30 PM TUES F ACCT $8.00 * PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 4 BAHR 5:30-9:30 PM MON F.202 ART 1009 ARTS $5.00 ART APPRECIATION 3 UNASSIGNED 9:35-10:50 T R A ARTS $5.00 ART APPRECIATION 3 UNASSIGNED 11:10-12:25 T R A ARTS $45.00 ART APPRECIATION (ONLINE) 3 BRAUHN ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE 1012 ARTS $45.00 ART APPRECIATION (ONLINE) 3 BRAUHN ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE 1013 ARTS $5.00 ART APPRECIATION 3 BRAUHN 6-9 PM TUES A ARTS $40.00 ART HISTORY SURVEY (ONLINE) 3 BAKER ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE 1014 ARTS $20.00 DESIGN I 3 BRAUHN 9:35-12:25 T R H ARTS $27.00 DRAWING I 3 UNASSIGNED 1:10-4 T R H ARTS $20.00 PAINTING I 3 UNASSIGNED 1:10-4 M W H ARTS $20.00 * PAINTING II 3 UNASSIGNED 1:10-4 M W H ARTS $27.00 PRINTMAKING I 3 BRAUHN 9:35-12:25 T R H ARTS $27.00 * PRINTMAKING II 3 BRAUHN 9:35-12:25 T R H ARTS $34.00 CERAMICS I 3 BRAUHN 1:10-4 T R M ARTS $34.00 * CERAMICS II 3 BRAUHN 1:10-4 T R M.105 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 1502 AUMT $30.00 INTRO AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 3 SLICK 8:15-9:45 MTWR M AUMT $30.00 INTRO AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 3 UNDERDAHL 1:30-4:30 M W L AUMT * COOP-AUTO TECHNICIAN I 3 UNDERDAHL 5:30-6:20 PM MON M AUMT * COOP-AUTO TECHNICIAN II 3 UNDERDAHL 5:30-6:20 PM TUES M.101 Page 17

20 ACADEMIC/TECHNICAL EDUCATION CLASSES - FALL REG NO. COURSE NO. SEC NO. WEEKS COURSE FEE COURSE DESCRIPTION CR HR INSTRUCTOR TIME DAY ROOM 1506 AUMT $30.00 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYST 4 UNDERDAHL 1:30-4:30 T R L AUMT $30.00 AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS 4 UNDERDAHL 6:30-10 PM M W L AUMT $30.00 AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE REPAIR 4 UNDERDAHL 8:15-9:45 MTWR L AUMT * COOP-AUTO TECHNICIAN III 3 UNDERDAHL 5:30-6:20 PM WED M.101 BIOLOGY 1023 BIOL * NUTRITION 3 O NEAL C 5:15-6:30 PM M W HS BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 WALLING 8-9:15 M W HS BIOL 1406 L 1 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB O NEAL C 9:30-12 MON HS BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 SCHAUER 9:35-10:50 M W HS BIOL 1406 L 2 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB NIMTZ 1-3:30 MON HS BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 NIMTZ 11:10-12:25 M W HS BIOL 1406 L 3 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB UNASSIGNED 9:30-12 TUES HS BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 SCHAUER 8-9:15 T R HS BIOL 1406 L 4 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB SCHAUER 12:10-2:40 TUES HS BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 O NEAL C 9:35-10:50 T R HS BIOL 1406 L 5 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB WALLING 2:50-5:20 TUES HS BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 WALLING 11:10-12:25 T R HS BIOL 1406 L 6 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB UNASSIGNED 9:30-12 WED HS BIOL 1406 L 7 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB NIMTZ 1-3:30 WED HS BIOL 1406 L 8 16 GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB NIMTZ 1-3:30 THURS HS BIOL $62.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (ONLINE) 4 WALLING ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE 1039 BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 NIMTZ 5:15-6:30 PM M W HS BIOL 1406 L GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB O NEAL C 7-9:30 PM MON HS BIOL $22.00 GENERAL BIOLOGY I 4 SCHAUER 5:15-6:30 PM T R HS BIOL 1406 L GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB UNASSIGNED 7-9:30 PM TUES HS BIOL 1406 L GENERAL BIOLOGY I-LAB UNASSIGNED 7-9:30 PM WED HS-220 Page 18

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