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1 WA L LA C E Community COLLEGE Selma 2014 S ummer Course Schedule P. O. Box Earl Goodwin Parkway Selma, Alabama Tel

2 Contents >> A Message from the President >>> As president of Wallace Community College Selma, it is with great pleasure that I present the Summer 2013 Class Schedule. As you peruse these pages, you will see the new and exciting opportunities we have to offer. To meet the needs of all students, we have increased the number of E-learning classes and, at the same time, offered more flexibility in our traditional class scheduling. The challenges that lie before us are exciting, and the faculty and staff of WCCS are committed to helping you achieve educational success. For returning students, I wish you an enjoyable and successful semester. To new students, I extend a sincere welcome and an invitation to make the most of the many educational opportunities available at WCCS. James M. Mitchell, President WCCS 2 The challenges that lie before us are exciting, and the faculty and staff of WCCS are committed to helping helping you... Important Instructional Calendar Dates 4 Dates For Summer Semester Admissions 8 Admission Of First Time College 8 Admission To Courses Creditable Toward An Associate Degree 8 Admission To Courses Not Creditable Toward An Associate Degree 8 Alabama Articulation Program (STARS) 8 Associate Degree Nursing 8 9 Financial Aid 10 Online 12 Ron Cobb 13 Tammy Till 13 Refund for Withdrawal 14 Distance Education 16 Activating your WCCS Address 16 Placement Test Information 17 GED Test Dates Summer E-Learning Courses 21 Disclaimer Although the publisher of the Schedule of Classes has made every reasonable effort to attain factual accuracy herein, no responsibility is assumed for editorial, clerical or printing errors or error occasioned by honest mistake. All information in this Schedule of Classes is subject to change by Wallace Community College Selma without prior notice. Accreditation Wallace Community College Selma is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science Degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call for questions about the accreditation of Wallace Community College Selma. Nondiscriminatory Disclaimer The Alabama State Board of Education through the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education proclaims nondiscriminatory practices in Alabama two year institutions under the jurisdiction of the Alabama State Board of Education. It is the official policy of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education and Wallace Community College Selma, that no persons shall, on the basis of race, color, disability, sex, religion, creed, national origin or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment. Student Handbook & General Catalog The Wallace Community College Selma Catalog and Student Handbook are available online at 3 WCCS

3 IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONAL CALENDAR DATES 2014 Summer Semester Full Session: 27 August 05, 2014 (48 Instructional Days) 12 All students should have their Student Aid Report and related paperwork in the Financial Aid Office by this date to avoid delay in clearing of fees on Pell Grant for the 2014 Summer Semester New & returning student REGISTRATION LATE REGISTRATION (Requires $25.00 penalty) 23 Faculty Duty Day 26 HOLIDAY - Memorial Day (College Closed) 27 First day of Classes, 2014 Summer Semester and Add/Drop 28 Last Day to Add/Drop Full Semester or First Mini-Session Classes Jun for Second Mini-Session classes Jul 1 The 50% point (mid-point) of the Full Semester. Grades of I from the 2014 Spring term change to grades of F. Jul 1 Final grades for all First Mini-Session prerequisite courses (e.g., ENG 101, ENG 102) are due in the Dean of Office not later than 10:00a.m. Jul 4 HOLIDAY - Independence Day (College Closed) Jul 9 The 61% point of the Full Semester. There is no Title IV (Pell Grant) penalty for withdrawal after this date. Jul 22 The 80% point of the Full Semester. The Last day to withdraw from any course for any reason without penalty and receive a grade of W. Aug 1-5 Final Exams for Full Session courses Aug 5 End of 2014 Summer Semester Aug 6 Final grades for all Full Session and all Mini-Session courses are due in the Dean of Office not later than 10:00a.m. First Mini- Session: 27 June 30, 2014 Second Mini-Session: July 01 Aug. 5, 2014 (23 Instructional Days) (25 Instructional Days) First Instructional Day... 05/27/14 61% point. See full term statement... 06/17/14 80% point. See full term statement... 06/23/14 Last Exam Day... 06/30/14 First Instructional Day... 07/01/14 61% point. See full term statement... 07/22/14 80% point. See full term statement... 07/29/14 Last Exam Day... 08/05/14 REGISTRATION DATES FOR SUMMER SEMESTER 2014 Web for Returning Only March 17-9 * All fees must be cleared through the Cashier s Office no later than 12:00 noon Friday, 9, If fees are not cleared by this date your schedule will be deleted from the computer and you will have to go through the registration process again. **After 9th all fees must be cleared through the Cashier s Office the same day you register. Monday Wednesday Monday Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Monday Wednesday Tuesday Thursday Monday Tuesday Wednesday March April April April April April April April April :00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. 9:00 A.M. - 7:00 4:30 7:00 7:00 4:30 7:00 4:30 7:00 4:30 5:00 5:00 7:00 5:00 6:00 LOW ENROLLMENT CLASSES WILL BE CANCELED THURSDAY, MAY 22ND AT 9:00 A.M. **Thursday **Friday :00-5:00 9:00 A.M. 12:00 NOTE: REGISTRATION ENDS BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES. Tuesday 27 Wednesday 28 Drop/Add (1st Day of Classes) Drop/Add 9:00 A.M. - 7:00 9:00 A.M. - 6:00 **REQUIRES A $25.00 LATE FEE ALL FEES MUST BE CLEARED ON THE DAY OF REGISTRATION. IF FEES ARE NOT CLEARED, THE STUDENT S SCHEDULE WILL BE DELETED AND THE STUDENT WILL BE REQUIRED TO REPEAT THE ENTIRE REGISTRATION PROCESS. 2nd MINI SESSION REGISTRATION June 9, 2014 June 30, 2014 LATE REGISTRATION 2nd MINI SESSION July 1, 2014 (requires a $25.00 late fee) WCCS 4 5 WCCS

4 WCCS Tuition & Fees SUMMER 2014 SCHEDULE Credit Hours Tuition $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2, Tech. Fee $9.00 $18.00 $27.00 $36.00 $45.00 $54.00 $63.00 $72.00 $81.00 $90.00 $99.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Fac.ren. Fee $9.00 $18.00 $27.00 $36.00 $45.00 $54.00 $63.00 $72.00 $81.00 $90.00 $99.00 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Acs Reserve $1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 $9.00 $10.00 $11.00 $12.00 $13.00 $14.00 $15.00 $16.00 $17.00 $18.00 $19.00 $20.00 $21.00 $22.00 $23.00 $24.00 $25.00 Total $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2, $2, $3, $3, World Class Education... Real-World Affordability Higher education in America is at a crossroads. The perception held by many is that a college degree now costs a whole lot more than it s worth. The ACCS, however, continues to stay firmly on the right side of that value equation. The average cost to attend an ACCS institution is only about half that of most other public institutions in the state. And keeping education affordable and accessible for Alabamians is how we continue to strengthen our state s workforce and economy. Source: Alabama Community College System 2013 AVG. TUITION COSTS $20,000 $16,000 $16,649 $12,000 NOTE: Tuition and fees may be paid by cash, money order, cashier s check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and debit cards. Out-of-State tuition is 2.0 times the in-state tuition rate. The $25 late fee is non-refundable. All tuition and fees MUST be paid prior to the first day of class. TUITION FOR NON-RESIDENTS OF ALABAMA: who are not residents of Alabama and/or who are not citizens of the United States shall pay 2.0 times the normal tuition rate. The in-state tuition rate shall be extended to students who reside outside of Alabama in a state and county within fifty (50) miles of a campus of an Alabama College System institution provided, however, that the campus must have been in existence and operating as of January 1, The in-state tuition rate shall be extended to students who have graduated from Alabama high schools, or who have obtained a GED in Alabama within two years of the date of their application for admission, in accordance with the requirements set forth in the Code of Alabama. ADMISSIONS CRITERIA In keeping with the philosophy that the capabilities of each individual should be developed, Wallace Community College Selma operates under an open door admissions policy. This policy grants admission to entering freshmen, transfer students transient students, audit students, accelerated high school students, dual enrolled students and international students as well as any students seeking readmission. However, certain programs have specific program entry requirements. These program requirements are listed in the Academic and Technical Programs of Study. Act No passed by the Alabama State Legislature requires that all males between the ages of 18 and 26 register with the Selective Service prior to enrolling in any state institution of higher education. Note: Any and all elements of the College s admission requirements are subject to change without prior notice. WCCS 6 $8,000 $6,808 $4,000 $3,402 $0 Private 4-Year Public 4-Year Public 2-Year 7 WCCS

5 ADMISSIONS ADMISSION OF FIRST TIME COLLEGE STUDENTS Applicants who have not previously attended any regionally accredited postsecondary institution will be considered first-time college students or native students. As early as possible prior to the semester in which they plan to enroll, applicants must complete the Application for Admission which may be obtained upon request from the Office of Student Services, Wallace Community College Selma, P.O. Box 2530, Selma, AL or Wallace Community College Selma. ADMISSION TO COURSES CREDITABLE TOWARD AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE 1. To be eligible for admission to courses creditable toward an associate degree, a first-time college student is subject to one of the following criteria: Applicants who hold a diploma issued by a regionally and/ or state accredited high school, and schools accredited by the Alabama Independent School Association are eligible for admission (applicants who hold a certificate or any other award issued in lieu of a diploma are ineligible for admission.) Applicants who have attended a non-accredited high school may be admitted upon presentation of a diploma (evidenced by an official transcript) indicating successful completion of course of study on the secondary level and a minimum ACT composite score of 16, or the equivalent score on the SAT, or have passed the Alabama Public High School Graduation Exam Applicants who hold the Alabama Occupational Diploma, the high school diploma of another state equivalent to the Alabama Occupational Diploma, or an equivalent diploma issued by a non-public high school. Applicants must also have a minimum ACT score of 16 or the equivalent score on the SAT Applicants who cannot comply with any of the above conditions may submit a Certificate of High School Equivalency GED Certificate issued by Alabama or other state departments of education. ADMISSION TO COURSES NOT CREDITABLE TOWARD AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE Wallace Community College Selma, as mandated by the Alabama State Board of Education, has an open door policy. The College admits students without a high school diploma or a GED Certificate into certain programs and courses not creditable toward an associate degree when the student demonstrates an ability-to-benefit prior to enrollment. admitted under these provisions will be classified as Non-Degree-Eligible students. Under the ability-to-benefit provisions, applicants to courses not creditable toward an associate degree and programs comprised exclusively of courses not creditable to an associate degree must be at least 16 years of age and have not been enrolled in secondary education for at least one calendar year or upon the recommendation of the local superintendent. ABILITY-TO-BENEFIT COURSES: Cosmetology, Masonry, Nursing Assistant and Welding. ALABAMA ARTICULATION PROGRAM (STARS) The Alabama Articulation Program (also called STARS-State-wide Articulation Reporting System) is a computerized articulation and transfer planning system designed to inform students who attend Alabama s public community colleges about degree requirements, course equivalents, and other transfer information pertaining to specific majors at each state funded four year institution. STARS is an efficient and effective way of providing students, counselors, and educators with accurate information upon which transfer decisions can be made. STARS is the information link between the state s public two-year and four year institutions. The STARS database, if used properly, can prevent the loss of course work and can ease the transition from one institution to another. who are interested in receiving a STARS Transfer Guide & Contract should contact: Office of Student Services (334) ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING Generic Option: Minimum admission standards include: 1. Unconditional admission to the college. 2. Receipt of completed application for the Associate Degree Nursing Program by June 1st of the admission year. 3. A minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA for the last 24 credit hours of previous college work. 4. A minimum of 2.5 cumulative GPA for students without prior college work (GED acceptable in lieu of high school transcript). 5. Eligibility for: 6. English 101 (English Composition I) and Math 100 (Intermediate College Algebra) as determined by College policy. 7. Biology 201 (Anatomy & Physiology I) - Completion of BIO 103 (General Biology) is preferred prior to enrollment in BIO Being in good standing with the college (2.0 or higher cumulative GPA from WCCS). 9. Meeting the essential functions or technical standards required for nursing. 10. Taking the Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) test by the application deadline date. **It is highly recommended that you complete your academic courses, especially your science courses (BIO 201, BIO 202, & BIO 220), prior to enrollment in nursing. Points are awarded for the science courses based on your course grade, which will enhance your chances of being admitted to the A.D.N. program.** WCCS 8 Mobility Option: Minimum admission standards include: 1. Unconditional admission to the college. 2. Receipt of completed application for the Associate Degree Nursing Program by December 1st of the year prior to enrollment. 3. A minimum of a 2.5 cumulative GPA for the last 24 credit hours of previous college work. Unofficial transcript(s) from all college(s) and technical school(s) attended must be enclosed in the Application Packet. Official transcripts must be submitted to the Office of Student Services. 4. A valid, unencumbered Alabama LPN License. 5. Meeting the essential functions or technical standards required for nursing. 6. Being in good standing with the college (2.0 or higher cumulative GPA from WCCS). 7. Taking the Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) test by the application deadline date. 8. Completing the required pre-requisite academic courses prior to the fall semester of the year prior to enrollment (one academic course may be taken spring semester of admission if space is available in the upcoming class). 9. Completing NUR 200 (Nursing Career Mobility Assessment) spring semester of the admission year. (This course is not required if you graduated from the Approved Alabama college System practical nursing curriculum with the previous two years of the admission deadline date.** THERE ARE TWO OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR THE LPN TO RN MOBILITY PROGRAM: 10. Traditional mobility option: Typically have classes and clinical experiences through the week during the day (7:00am3:00pm) 11. Hybrid on-line mobility option: Class lectures and assignments are downloaded at the student s convenience. Tests are taken with the traditional students on designated dates (approximately 7-8 tests). Clinical rotations are scheduled evenings and/or weekends. Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program is competitive, and the number of students is limited by the number of faculty and clinical facilities available. Meeting minimal requirements does not guarantee acceptance. Applications for the generic and mobility nursing programs are issued by the Office of Student Services. For more information, call Building Bridges to Your Future! Wallace Community College Selma All registered students at Wallace Community College Selma, will have an assigned Hotmail address. This address will be used to communicate with your instructors, receive alerts, and receive notifications concerning WCCS registrations and events. Your account name or address prefix will be composed of your last name and your six-digit student id number and is to the left If you do not know your student number, then you can go to the WCCS Homepage (wccs.edu) and obtain you student number by clicking on the Get Your Student ID # link which can be found above the menu options. Your initial password will be your social security number. After you login, please change your password. If you have trouble accessing your account, then you can call the WCCS Hotline at To access the campus system for the first time, open your Internet browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, etc.) and type into the address line. In the field to the right of the words Windows Live ID, enter your student address. In the password field below, enter your social security number. Then click on the Sign In button. Hotmail will require you to complete the registration process by changing your password, creating a question/answer combination to assist you with a lost or forgotten password. The initial registration is a ONE TIME only event and subsequent logins will take you directly to your mail box. Your account will automatically be created, but will not be activated until the day after you register. Please wait 24 hours after clearing your registration fees to log in to your account. Your Wallace Community College Selma address can be used for personal , however your WCCS address MUST BE used for all official class correspondence with your instructor. This applies to traditional classes as well as E-Learning based instruction. 9 WCCS

6 FINANCIAL AID To determine whether a student is eligible to receive financial aid, he/she must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Information provided on the FAFSA determines the specific type of aid that may be received. The FAFSA must be completed annually. FAFSAs are available at the Financial Aid Office, Student Services or by applying over the Internet at: instead of using the paper form. Receiving your aid: If you mail your application or apply over the internet, you must request a federal processor to send the results of your FAFSA to WCCS (simply fill out Step six of the FAFSA that asks for the federal school code of schools you may request to receive your SAR). WCCS Federal School Code is: Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Assistance in filling out the application will be provided if needed. The PRIORITY filing date is April 30, 2014 for maximum consideration, but all applications will be considered. 2. File your FAFSA using any of the following methods: A. Mail the FAFSA to the Federal Processor in the envelope provided. B. Electronically through FAFSA on the web at C. Electronically through the WCCS Financial Aid Office. In order to receive notification in a timely manner, all information must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by 16, Applications will be received after 16, 2014 but your award estimate may not be back in time to receive financial aid for the first mini session beginning 27, After all required documentation is received and your file is complete, an award letter will be generated and sent to you. The award will detail the maximum amounts of federal, state, and institutional aid for which you are eligible at WCCS. All awards are based on attendance at WCCS and are NOT transferable. **STUDENTS MUST BE PRESENT THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS FOR ATTENDANCE VERIFICATION FOR FINANCIAL AID. LAST DAY OF ATTENDANCE VERIFICATION IS MAY 30, 2014** Class Cancellations WCCS reserves the right to cancel any class. Should a cancellation occur, you must officially drop and add to have the canceled class removed from your schedule and add another class. Assignment Of Instructors The assignment of instructors to classes listed in this schedule is tentative. The College reserves the right to change the instructor assigned to any class offered in this schedule. Withdrawal From A Course After the drop period ends, students who withdraw from a course must complete an official withdrawal form and submit it to the Office of Admissions. who withdraw from a course online must print a copy of the withdrawal document and submit it to the Office of Admissions. There is no refund owed to a student who withdraws from a course after the office 3. In three to six weeks, you will receive your Student Aid Report (SAR). If you listed WCCS on your FAFSA, we will get an electronic copy. Otherwise, send us a copy of your SAR. 4. Timely submit any other requested information such as tax returns, W-2 s, and verification worksheets. Your file must be completed before an award estimate can be sent to you. WCCS WCCS

7 ONLINE REGISTRAT I O N CONTACT YOUR ADVISOR TO RECEIVE AUTHORIZATION FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION AND ADVISING. STEP 1: GO TO Click STUDENT WEB ACCESS at the top right of the page. Enter your STUDENT NUMBER (or your Social Security number, no spaces, slashes or dashes EX ). At the PIN prompt, enter your six-digit PIN number. Your PIN number is the date of your birth. mo day yr (ex ) Click REGISTRATION (to continue) STEP 2: REGISTER FOR CLASSES If you see the message Unable to register, please see your advisor. That means that you have not been authorized to register online. (NOTE: This option may be disabled or may not appear if registration has not started.) (NOTE: If you are currently on a processing hold, you may not be allowed to register, check grades or obtain a copy of your transcript until the hold is cleared.) STEP 3: TO ADD A COURSE TO YOUR SCHEDULE Enter call number or computer number (ex ). This number is located on the left hand side of your schedule form. If you do not have five numbers add zeros to the front of the existing numbers to complete number. Click add after each call number entered. Continue the process of adding courses (or dropping them) until your schedule is complete. (NOTE: You have NOT been added to the class roll until the COMPLETE REGISTRATION button is pressed!) STEP 4: COMPLETING REGISTRATION To save changes or finalize your registration, click the COMPLETE REGISTRATION button. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT! You will now see a screen that provides information related to the tuition amounts that you are to pay for the schedule you have chosen. Available Financial Aid coverage will also be displayed on the screen. (NOTE: To complete the entire registration process, you must pay the amount in the CASH DUE column. Failure to pay your tuition on time may result in removal from class.) STEP 5: PAYING YOUR TUITION If you are satisfied with your schedule and are ready to pay your tuition and fees, choose one of two payment options: 1. Pay online using your Visa or MasterCard (and/or receipt your charges to your Financial Aid). Click the COMPLETE REGISTRATION button and complete the credit/debit card information form and follow directions as presented on the web. NOTE: For online payments, you may use Visa or MasterCard ONLY. 2. Log out of the system and pay in person during regular office hours at the Selma or Clanton campus Business Office by cash, cashier s check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. To ensure complete registration, full payment must be received before first day of class. WCCS does not accept personal checks. RON COBB Drafting & Design Technology I plan on starting the University of Montevallo fall semester and pursuing a bachelor s degree in New Media/Art. After completion of my degree, I plan on becoming an animator. My back ground in drafting and design will augment the software skills and techniques I will receive in my future animation degree. These combined academic experiences will make me a very versatile Artist. Ron was Born and Raised in Tuscaloosa Alabama. He went to Holt High school and currently reside in Selma Alabama. His activities include work study for Mr. Gourdine at WCCS in the Asisstant Dean of Instructions office, also apart of Student Support services, participated in several activities on and off campus; such as, senior leadership day, career fairs, student support service workshops, campus tours to other Universities completed several community service hours. The DDT faculty selected Ron because he is a dedicated student that daily demonstrates the traits of a successful individual. Ron is prompt with his class attendance, assignments and his work study task. He has tenacity in dealing with concepts and projects and working them toward completion. Ron has a great personality and is well liked by college faculty and his peers. The DDT faculty has high expectations of Ron in his future academic endeavors. GPA:3.031 Tammy Till Associate Degree Nursing Student I want to be used as an instrument to provide hope and healing on a daily basis to those in my community. I continue to strive to be an example for my children by pursuing my dreams and following my heart. Tammy grew up in McCalla, Alabama and attended McAdory High School. Current hometown is Braggs, Alabama.Works full-time at the Cahaba Mental Health Center where she works with adults who have intellectual disabilities. She has three children that keep her busy with their school and extracurricular activities. She enjoys assisting with the Special Olympics annually. She also enjoys increasing public awareness of childhood cancer, assisting with church activities, gardening, and Auburn football.the A.D.N. faculty overwhelmingly selected Tammy because she is committed, a motivated student and exemplifies professionalism. She is pleasant, always smiling and has a positive attitude. She utilizes experiences, which some may view as obstacles, to enhance growth and learning. She accepts constructive criticism and makes adjustments accordingly. She actively seeks opportunities to further learning and accepts responsibility for her own actions.she always volunteers for activities or assignments to assists or enhance the nursing department. GPA:3.608

8 > FULL SESSION/ EVENING SESSION - SUMMER Complete/partial withdrawal prior to 27, 2014 Complete withdrawal prior to June 3, 2014 Complete withdrawal prior to June 10, 2014 Complete withdrawal prior to June 17, % 75% 50% 25% enrolled in the FULL SESSION/EVENING SESSION and withdrawing from class on or after June 17, 2014 will not receive a refund. REFUND FOR WITHDRAWAL YOUR SCHEDULE MAY BE DELETED IF YOU DO NOT PAY YOUR CHARGES. YOU CANNOT PAY YOUR TUITION AND FEES BY MAIL! who officially withdraw from all classes before the first day of class will be refunded the total tuition and institutional charges. who officially withdraw from all classes on or after the first day of class, but prior to the end of the third week of class will be refunded according to the withdrawal policies. Refund For Complete Withdrawal: For Mini Term day classes, two class days are considered equivalent to one week. For mini-term night classes, one class meeting is considered equivalent to one week. Mini-Term and Weekend Classes: who do not completely withdraw from the college but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refunded the difference in tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. Refund for partial withdrawal will be processed after the drop/add period. There is no refund owed to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period. Refund For Partial Withdrawal: Refund For Online Course: A refund request for an online course will be calculated the same as any other course. Technology And Facility Renewal Fees: A technology fee of $9 and a facility renewal fee of $9 will be assessed for each credit hour, as listed in the fee schedule. WCCS 14 > 1ST MINI SESSION Complete/partial withdrawal prior to 27, 2014 Complete withdrawal prior to 29, 2014 Complete withdrawal prior to June 2, 2014 Complete withdrawal prior to June 4, % 75% 50% 25% enrolled in the 1ST MINI SESSION and withdrawing from class on or after June 4, 2014 will not receive a refund. > 2ND MINI SESSION Complete/partial withdrawal prior to Complete withdrawal prior to Complete withdrawal prior to Complete withdrawal prior to July 1, 2014 July 3, 2014 July 8, 2014 July 10, % 75% 50% 25% enrolled in the 2ND MINI SESSION and withdrawing from class on or after July 10, 2014 will not receive a refund. RETURN OF TITLE IV FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE Federal Grant recipients who completely withdraw from the College prior to completing sixty percent (61%) of the enrollment period will owe a repayment to the U.S. Department of Education. DEFINITIONS The Withdrawal date is the date that the student submits a completed withdrawal form (withdrawing from all classes) to Student Services. SIXTY-ONE PERCENT (61%) OF ENROLLMENT PERIOD For full term Fall 2013 classes, the 61% point is Oct 24, 2013; for the first-mini session Sept 20, 2013 and for second mini session Nov 15, who withdraw from school on or before this date will owe repayment. who withdraw after this date will not owe a repayment. PELL Grant Disbursement 14 days after first day of classes. 15 WCCS

9 DISTANCE EDUCATION It is highly recommended that students who are taking E-Learning courses have a computer and internet access in their homes. The lack of internet access and/or the presence of technical difficulties does not constitute an excuse for submission of late class assignments. It is also highly recommended that students who are taking E-Learning courses for the first time attend the Online Orientation session offered at the beginning of each term (time and location listed online). All online courses require two on-campus assessments. The date and time of each assessment will be announced within each course. Step 2 - Online Course Login Type in Click E-Learning. In the Log In Id field box, type in your WCCS student address (ex: In the Password field box, type in your WCCS student password. Click LOGIN. To access each course, click on the individual course links. who pre-register for courses and do not pay for them will be removed from the system before the start of regular registration. *You will not be able to access course content and print out your svllabus until the first day of class. ( who pre-register for courses and do not pay for theni will be removed from the system before the start of regular registration) Upon login on the first day of class, students are required to read the syllabus and view the instructional video created to assist students in navigating the E-Learning Web 2.0 Learning Management Syste1n. The video will be uploaded to the Class Forum. Be sure to read instructions posted in order to co1nplete the mandatory activity. If you do not complete this activity via the Class Forum by day three of the course start date, you will be sub1nitted as a NO SHOW and dropped from the class. ING SUMMER 2014 FULL AND FIRST MINI-SESSION STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE ON-LINE INTIAL LOGIN/ORIENTATION by the following date- 30, 2014 *You must activate your WCCS account, per instructions below, before you can complete orientation* First day of class for Full Session and First Mini-Session - 27, 2014 (obtain syllabus and course material) You must login to each class( es) read syllabi, and respond to an initial post from the instructor via the Class Forum within the first three days of the course start date or you will be DROPPED from the class roster. SECOND MINI-SESSION STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE ON-LINE INTIAL LOGIN/ORIENTATION during the following dates- July 1, July 7, 2014 First day of class for Second Mini-Session - July 1, 2014 (obtain syllabus and course material) You must login to each class( es) read syllabi, and respond to an initial post from the instructor via the Class Forum within the first three days of the course start date or you will be DROPPED from the class roster. LOGIN INSTRUCTIONS for INTIAL LOGIN/ORIENTATION STEPS: Step 1 - Activate your WCCS Address must first activate their wees student address before logging into their online courses. All registered students at Wallace Community College Selma are assigned a WCCS address. Your WCCS address can be used for personal ; however, your WCCS address MUST BE used for all official class correspondence with your instructor. This applies to traditional classes as well as E-learning based instruction. This address will be used to receive alerts and notifications concerning WCCS registrations and events. Your account will automatically be created, but you will not be able to activate your wees student account until your tuition has been paid. Please wait approximately 1 hour after tuition payment to log in to your e-1nail account. To activate your wees Student account, go to the wees homepage by typing Click on the Student E1nail link. Read the information on the page and then click on Sign in to Student at the bottom of the page. Follow the on-screen instructions. Username: Password: Enter your full address (last name, six-digit student ex. Social Security number Step 3 - Mandatory Activity *In order to remain on task, every student is required to check the Class Forum at Least three times per week for course information and course updates. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO LOGIN CONTACT: Felicia Sanders, E-Learning Technical Specialist at or Charlene Cobb, E-Learning Secretary or Andy Burton for Technical Problems at or PLACEMENT TEST INFORMATION Summer Semester (Times and dates are subject to change without prior notice) PLACEMENT TESTING EXEMPTIONS may receive full or partial placement testing exemptions if they comply with the following criteria: (Official documentation must be provided for verification of exemptions.) 1. Successful completion (grade of C or better) of English and/or mathematics courses from a regionally accredited college or university. 2. ACT or SAT scores within two years of high school graduation that meet the following minimums: English ACT - English score of 20 SAT - verbal score of 480 Mathematics ACT - mathematics score of 20 SAT - mathematics score of Transient student approval. who are enrolled at other colleges or universities are given permission by their parent institution to take a specific course or courses on a transient approval letter. PLACEMENT TESTING HOURS Placement testing for the Summer Semester 2013 is from January 2014 through In order to take the Compass Placement Test an application and any other pertinent paperwork must be on file. If you need assistance resetting your password, please contact Felicia Sanders at or the webmaster for help. WCCS WCCS

10 Compass Placement Testing is by appointment only. Call Ms. Shelia Jefferson at (334) to schedule the Compass Placement Test. You MUST present a current picture ID to test. Please inform Ms. Jefferson if you cannot use a computer. Compass Placement Testing will not be administered to any one student more than twice. After the second test there will be a $8 retesting fee. The retesting fee must be paid prior to scheduling test, receipt taken to the Admissions/ Records Office, and schedule the test. COMPASS PLACEMENT TESTING HOURS (EVENING) Monday nights by appointment only call (334) for scheduling availability. Ability to Benefit Test/Compass Test) (Test for non-graduates of high school) The Ability to Benefit Test/Compass Test is given by appointment only. This test is for non-graduates and does not guarantee admittance to the college. Please see the Financial Aid Department regarding FAFSA (Pell Grant) requirements for non-graduates. **Please Note: Space is limited, first come first serve. These dates are subject to change. Please contact (334) for current testing times. may bring their own calculator to testing or use the calculator accessory available on the windows program. (Training will not be provided on how to use a calculator.) LPN majors are not exempt from taking the Compass Placement Test. For additional information, please contact the LPN Department at (334) Special Needs - Any Student in need of special accommodations and/or modifications must contact the college ADA Coordinator, Mrs. Shelia Theiss at (334) GED TEST DATES SUMMER 2014»»»»»»»»»»»»»» April 5, 2014 April 19, 2014 My 3, 2014 June 7, 2014 June 21, 2014 July 12, 2014 July 19, 2014 Test dates are subject to change WCCS 18 Examinees must bring the following to register: State or Federal Government issued picture ID Social Security Card 17 year olds must also bring: Student Exit Interview Form (from school) Notarized letter of permission (from parent) For More Information, go to For More information, please call We offer FREE classes in Chilton, Dallas, Lowndes, & Perry Counties. Dallas County: Chilton County: Day Classes is held every Thursday at 8:00 am at Wallace Community College Administration Building Fifth Avenue North, Clanton (Behind Martin s Funeral Home) Morning Class Tuesday & Thursday 8:00 am 12:00 noon Evening Classes Tuesday & Thursday 5:00 pm 8:00 pm is held the 1st Tuesday of every month. Adult Learning Center, Wallace Community College AB 114 Monday Thursday 8:00 am 12:00 noon and/or Monday Thursday 12:00 noon 3:30 pm Career Link One Stop Monday Thursday 8:00 am 12:00 noon Selma-Dallas County Library Monday Thursday 8:00 am 11:45 am Wallace Community College Selma, AB-115 Monday Thursday 8:00 am 12:00 noon Evening Class Wallace Community College Selma, AB-115 Tuesday & Thursday 4:00 pm 7:00 pm is held the first Tuesday of every month. Lowndes County: Hayneville R.I.T.E. Center Monday - Wednesday 8:30 am 12:30 pm is held the 1st Monday of every month. 19 WCCS

11 ING COURSES CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC BIOLOGY BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY 4 OWENS H B NOTE: REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS () BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY 08:00A 10:15A M T W 4 WHITE T N AS BIO104 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II 4 BALDWIN A S NOTE: REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS () BIO104 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II 10:30A 12:45P M T W 4 WHITE T N AS BIO201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 04:30P 11:15P WED 4 LEE KATERI M CB 127 NOTE: 5 MANDATORY MEETINGS ON CAMPUS BIO201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 11:30A 01:45P M T W 4 BALDWIN A S CB BIO201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 04:30P 11:15P MONDAY 4 BALDWIN A S AS BIO202 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 04:30P 11:15P TUESDAY 4 LEE KATERI M BIO202 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 4 LEE KATERI M NOTE: REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS () BIO220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 05:00P 09:00P WED 4 OWENS H B AS BIO220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 01:30P 04:10P M T W 4 OWENS H B AS 219 BIOLOGY FIRST SESSION BIO103 1 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY 4 STAFF S S 2 LABS REQUIRED () BIOLOGY SECOND SESSION BIO104 2 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II 4 STAFF S S REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ECO231 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 12:30P 02:30P M & W 3 MILLER GL HSTC ECO232 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 3 MILLER GL HSTC 211 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION FIRST SESSION BUS100 1 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 HANNAH M BUS241 1 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 3 MILLER GL HSTC BUS263 1 LEGAL & SOCIAL ENVIRON OF BUS E=LEARN 3 HANNAH M BUS275 1 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3 HANNAH M ECO231 1 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 MILLER GL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION SECOND SESSION BUS242 2 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 3 MILLER GL HSTC BUS262 2 BUSINESS LAW II 3 HANNAH M BUS285 2 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3 HANNAH M ECO232 2 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 3 MILLER GL COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CIS113 SPREADSHEET SW APP - MS EXCEL 08:00A 10:00A M & W 3 JONES C M HSTC CIS130 INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 3 JONES C M HSTC CIS130 INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 DAVIS B CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 DAVIS B NOTE: MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 12:30P 02:30P M & W 3 DAVIS B HSTC CIS207 INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 3 JONES C M HSTC CIS249 MICROCOMPUTER OPERATING SYST 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 3 JONES C M HSTC 300 COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS FIRST SESSION CIS130 1 INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 DAVIS B CIS146 1 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 DAVIS B /MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 REQUIRED CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECOND SESSION CIS146 2 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 JONES C M CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRJ100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 DYSART C J CRJ110 INTRO TO LAW ENFORCEMENT 3 DYSART C J CRJ140 CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 3 MARSHALL T N CRJ209 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 DYSART C J HSTC 209 CRIMINAL JUSTICE (1ST MINI SESSION) CRJ216 1 POLICE ORGANIZATIONS & ADMIN 3 DYSART C J HEALTH, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND RECREATION HED221 PERSONAL HEALTH 3 ELLIOTT W F HED221 PERSONAL HEALTH 10:15A 12:15P M & W 3 ELLIOTT W F LG HED222 COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 ELLIOTT W F HED222 COMMUNITY HEALTH 12:30P 02:30P M & W 3 ELLIOTT W F LG HED267 DRUG EDUCATION 3 BURTON K R HEALTH, PE AND RECREATION FIRST SESSION HED221 1 PERSONAL HEALTH 3 ELLIOTT W F HEALTH, PE AND RECREATION SECOND SESSION HED224 2 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 BURTON K R HED226 2 WELLNESS 3 CRUM B HUMANITIES PHL206 ETHICS AND SOCIETY 12:30P 04:30P MONDAY 3 HUGHES TONY HSTC PHL206 ETHICS AND SOCIETY 05:30P 09:30P MONDAY 3 HUGHES TONY HSTC REL151 SURVEY OF OLD TESTAMENT 10:15A 12:15P M & W 3 MCQUEEN C D HSTC 302 HUMANITIES FIRST SESSION REL151 1 SURVEY OF OLD TESTAMENT 3 MELTON D HUMANITIES SECOND SESSION REL152 2 SURVEY OF NEW TESTAMENT 3 MELTON D LANGUAGE ARTS (READING) RDG085 DEVELOPMENTAL READING II 12:30P 02:30P M T W TH 4 STAFF S S HSTC 211 LANGUAGE ARTS (LIBRARY SCIENCE) LBS101 INTRO TO LIBRARY USE 01:30P 02:30P THURSDAY 1 CARSTARPHEN M L LG LIBR LANGUAGE ARTS (ENGLISH) ENG092 BASIC ENGLISH I 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 4 JACKSON M CB ENG092 BASIC ENGLISH I 05:00P 10:20P MONDAY 4 STAFF SS HSTC ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 05:00P 10:20P WED 4 STAFF SS HSTC ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 08:00A 10:00A M T W TH 4 WILLIAMS E B CB ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 05:30P 09:30P MONDAY 3 STAFF S S HSTC ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 STAFF S S ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 3 JOHNSON A HSTC ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 12:30P 02:30P M & W 3 JOHNSON A HSTC ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 MCKNIGHT A J ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 STURDIVANT M ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 12:30P 02:30P T & TH 3 JOHNSON A HSTC ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 STAFF S S HSTC ENG271 WORLD LITERATURE I 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 3 TURNER LANGUAGE ARTS (ENGLISH) FIRST SESSION ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 STAFF S S ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 MCKNIGHT A J ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 3 JOHNSON A HSTC ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 SCOTT A S ENG102 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 STAFF S S

12 CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 TURNER ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 TURNER ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 CHESNUT ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 SCOTT A S ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 RHODES LANGUAGE ARTS (ENGLISH) SECOND SESSION ENG101 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 STAFF S S ENG102 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 STAFF S S ENG102 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 SCOTT A S ENG102 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 3 JOHNSON A HSTC ENG102 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 MCKNIGHT A J ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II 3 TURNER ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II 3 TURNER ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II 3 CHESNUT ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II 3 RHODES LANGUAGE ARTS (SPEECH) SPH106 FUNDA OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 RHODES NOTE: REQUIRES 3 THURSDAY SELMA MEETINGS SPH106 FUNDA OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 12:30P 02:30P M & W 3 OLIVER S S AS SPH107 FUNDA OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 05:30P 09:30P THURSDAY 3 OLIVER S S AS SPH107 FUNDA OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 05:30P 09:30P 3 OLIVER S S AS 218 NOTE: REQUIRES 4 TUESDAY MEETINGS LANGUAGE ARTS (SPEECH) FIRST SESSION SPH106 1 FUNDA OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 12:30P 03:30P 3 OLIVER S S AS 218 REQUIRES 3 TUESDAY SELMA MEETINGS LANGUAGE ARTS (SPEECH) SECOND SESSION SPH107 2 FUNDA OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 12:30P 03:30P 3 RHODES AS 218 REQUIRES 4 TUESDAY SELMA MEETINGS MATHEMATICS MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 08:00A 10:00A M T W TH 4 WILLIAMSON AS MTH090 BASIC MATHEMATICS 05:30P 07:30P T & TH 4 WILLIAMSON AS 216 NOTE: CLASSES MEET ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 07:45P 09:45P T & TH 4 STAFF S S AS 216 NOTE: CLASS MEETS ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 4 WILLIAMSON AS MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 03:30P 05:30P 4 GOINGS NOTE: 5 REQUIRED MONDAY AFTERNOON MEETINGS MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 AUTERY NANCY MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 08:00A 10:00A M & W 3 AUTERY NANCY AS MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 12:30P 02:30P T & TH 3 WILDER D E AS MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 STAFF S S AS MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 12:30P 02:30P M & W 3 GOINGS AS MTH110 FINITE MATHEMATICS 3 GOINGS MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 GOINGS MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 12:30P 02:30P M & W 3 AUTERY NANCY AS MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 3 WILDER D E AS MTH113 PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY 3 AUTERY NANCY MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 STAFF S S MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 10:15A 12:15P M & W 3 WILDER D E AS MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 05:30P 09:30P MONDAY 3 STAFF S S AS MTH125 CALCULUS I 04:40P 10:00P THURSDAY 4 WILDER D E AS MTH265 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS 05:30P 09:00P WED 3 WILDER D E AS 221 MUSIC MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 3 WELCH GORDON F AS MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 WELCH GORDON F AS MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 WELCH GORDON F MUSIC FIRST SESSION MUS101 1 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 WELCH GORDON F THR120 1 THEATER APPRECIATION 3 SPEED D T MUSIC SECOND SESSION MUS101 2 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 STAFF S S THR126 2 INTRO TO THEATRE APPRECIATION 3 SPEED D T NURSING (ASSOCIATE DEGREE) NUR201 NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I 08:30A 12:00P M & W 5 SMITHERMAN A HSB :30A 12:00P TUESDAY DOUGLAS HSB NUR201 NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I 5 SMITHERMAN A 08:30A 12:30P SHANNON HSB 205 NOTE: REQUIRED CLASSROOM MEETINGS + 2 DAY CLINICAL NUR201L NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I LAB 07:00A 03:00P TH & F 0 SHANNON HOSP HOSP NUR201L NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I LAB 07:00A 03:00P TH & F 0 YEAGER HOSP HOSP NUR201L NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I LAB 07:00A 03:00P TH & F 0 LUNSFORD A C HOSP HOSP NUR201L NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I LAB 07:00A 03:00P SA & SU 0 DOUGLAS HOSP HOSP NUR201L NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I LAB 02:00P 09:00P TH & F 0 LUNSFORD A C HOSP HOSP NUR201L NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I LAB 02:00P 09:00P TH & F 0 YEAGER HOSP HOSP ORIENTATION (FIRST MINI SESSION) ORI101 1 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 2 BROWN K E PHYSICAL SCIENCES (CHEMISTRY) CHM111 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I 08:00A 10:15A M T W 4 PUGH E AS PHS111 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 PUGH E NOTE: REQUIRES 1 LAB MEETING () PHYSICAL SCIENCES (PHYSICAL SCIENCE) PHS111 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 PUGH E NOTE: REQUIRES 1 LAB MEETING () PHS112 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 12:30P 03:35P M & W 4 PUGH E AS PHS112 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 PUGH E NOTE: REQUIRES 1 LAB MEETING () SOCIAL SCIENCES (HISTORY) HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 08:00A 10:00A M & W 3 WHITE T Y CB HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 3 WHITE T Y CB HIS102 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 12:30P 02:30P T & TH 3 WHITE T Y CB HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 CLIFTON LONZY T HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 05:30P 09:30P THURSDAY 3 STAFF S S SOCIAL SCIENCES (HISTORY) FIRST SESSION HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 WHITE T Y HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 LEWIS G E HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS102 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 NEVITH K T HIS201 1 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 CLIFTON LONZY T.

13 CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC SOCIAL SCIENCES (HISTORY) SECOND SESSION HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 WHITE T Y HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 LEWIS G E HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS202 2 UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 CLIFTON LONZY T. SOCIAL SCIENCES (SOCIOLOGY) SOC200 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3 CLEMENTS R B SOC210 SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3 SIMMONS G D SOCIAL SCIENCES (POLITICAL SCIENCE) POL211 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 3 NEVITH K T SOCIAL SCIENCES (PSYCHOLOGY) PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 PUGH J M PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 08:00A 10:00A M & W 3 PUGH J M HSTC PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 3 PUGH J M HSTC PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 CHAPMAN C L HSTC PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 PUGH J M SOCIAL SCIENCES (PSYCHOLOGY) FIRST SESSION PSY200 1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 PUGH J M PSY210 1 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 THOMPKINS Y S SOCIAL SCIENCES (PSYCHOLOGY) SECOND SESSION PSY210 2 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 HOWARD V O BUSINESS EDUCATION OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 MOTT NOTE: MICROSOFT WORD 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 10:15A 12:15P M & W 3 MOTT HSTC 219 NOTE: MICROSOFT WORD 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED OAD103 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING 3 MOTT NOTE: MICROSOFT WORD 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED OAD104 ADVANCED KEYBOARDING 3 MOTT NOTE: MICROSOFT WORD 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED OAD125 MICROSOFT WORD :30P 03:00P M & W 3 HOLLIMAN HSTC OAD131 BUSINESS ENGLISH 3 MOTT OAD133 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 08:00A 10:00A M & W 3 HOLLIMAN HSTC OAD136 ADV FINANCIAL RECORDKEEPING 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 3 HOLLIMAN HSTC OAD137 QUICKBOOKS :15A 12:15P T & TH 3 HOLLIMAN HSTC OAD138 RECORDS & INFOR MANAGEME 08:00A 10:00A M & W 3 MOTT HSTC OAD219 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS & APPLIC 10:15A 12:15P M & W 3 HOLLIMAN HSTC 210 COSMETOLOGY (DAY) COS117 BASIC SPA TECHNIQUES 08:00A 09:00A M T W 3 WALLACE COS LAB COS118 BASIC SPA TECHNIQUES LAB 09:00A 11:00A M T W 3 WALLACE COS LAB 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY COS LAB COS144 HAIR SHAPING AND DESIGN 11:30A 12:30P M T W 3 WALLACE COS LAB COS145 HAIR SHAPING LAB 12:30P 03:00P M T W 3 WALLACE COS LAB 11:30A 03:00P THURSDAY COS LAB COSMETOLOGY (DAY) COS117 BASIC SPA TECHNIQUES 08:00A 09:00A M T W 3 LAISTER COS LAB COS118 BASIC SPA TECHNIQUES LAB 09:00A 11:00A M T W 3 LAISTER COS LAB 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY COS LAB COS144 HAIR SHAPING AND DESIGN 11:30A 12:30P M T W 3 LAISTER COS LAB COS145 HAIR SHAPING LAB 12:30P 03:00P M T W 3 LAISTER COS LAB 11:30A 03:00P THURSDAY COS LAB COSMETOLOGY (EVENING) COS117 BASIC SPA TECHNIQUES 03:30P 04:30P M T W 3 LEWIS B T COS LAB COS118 BASIC SPA TECHNIQUES LAB 04:30P 06:30P M T W 3 LEWIS B T COS LAB 03:30P 06:30P TH COS LAB COS144 HAIR SHAPING AND DESIGN 07:30P 08:30P M T W 3 LEWIS B T COS LAB COS145 HAIR SHAPING LAB 08:30P 10:30P M T W 3 LEWIS B T COS LAB 07:30P 10:30P THURSDAY COS LAB DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY DDT104 INTRO TO COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTI 08:00A 09:15A M T W TH 3 HOBBS D DDT LAB DDT134 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY 11:00A 12:15P M T W TH 3 HOBBS D DDT LAB DDT212 INTERMEDIATE ARCHITECTURAL DRA 3 HOBBS D DDT226 TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATION 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH 3 HOBBS D DDT LAB DDT233 3-DIMENSIONAL MODELING M T W TH 3 HOBBS D DDT233 3-DIMENSIONAL MODELING 12:30P 01:45P M T W TH 3 HOBBS D DDT LAB DDT235 SPECIALIZED CAD M T W TH 3 HOBBS D DDT236 DESIGN PROJECT M T W TH 3 HOBBS D DDT239 INDEPENDENT STUDIES 3 HOBBS D INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY (EVENING) ELT108 DC FUNDAMENTALS 03:00P 04:00P M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB ELT109 AC FUNDAMENTALS 04:00P 05:00P M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB ELT110 WIRING METHODS M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT117 AC/DC MACHINES 06:00P 07:00P M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB ELT181 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELT TECHNOLO M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB ELT231 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS I 07:30P 08:30P M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB ELT232 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS II 08:30P 09:30P M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB ELT242 JOURNEYMAN-MASTER PREP EXAM 09:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB ELT244 CONDUIT BENDING & INSTALLATION 05:00P 06:00P M T W TH 3 MOORE D E ELT LAB INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY ELT108 DC FUNDAMENTALS 08:00A 08:50A M T W TH 3 ROGERS E W ELT LAB ELT109 AC FUNDAMENTALS 08:50A 09:40A M T W TH 3 ROGERS E W ELT LAB ELT118 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL WIRING I 09:40A 10:50A M T W TH 3 ROGERS E W ELT LAB ELT132 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL WIRING I 10:50A 11:40A M T W TH 3 ROGERS E W ELT LAB ELT181 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELT TECHNOLO 02:10P 03:00P M T W TH 3 ROGERS E W ELT LAB ELT209 MOTOR CONTROL I 12:10P 01:00P M T W TH 3 ROGERS E W ELT LAB ELT212 MOTOR CONTROL II 01:10P 02:00P M T W TH 3 ROGERS E W ELT LAB ELT242 JOURNEYMAN-MASTER PREP EXAM 3 ROGERS E W INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM INT101 DC FUNDAMENTALS M T W TH 3 SIMMONS, L INT103 AC FUNDAMENTALS M T W TH 3 SIMMONS, L INT117 PRINC OF INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS 10:00A 11:00A M T W TH 3 SIMMONS, L INT LAB INT119 PRIN OF MECH MEASUREMENT & TEC 3 HOBBS D DDT LAB INT127 PRIN OF INDUST PUMPS & PIPE SY 11:00A 12:00P M T W TH 3 SIMMONS, L INT LAB INT212 INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROL I 12:30P 01:30P M T W TH 3 SIMMONS, L INT LAB INT213 INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROL II 01:30P 03:00P M T W TH 3 SIMMONS, L INT LAB INT234 PRIN OF IM WELDING & METAL CUT 3 SIMMONS, L WDT LAB NIGHT PRACTICAL NURSING NUR106 MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING 05:00P 08:00P M & TH 5 MILLER PEARLIE HS NUR106L MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING LAB 03:00P 09:00P T & W 0 JACKSON V M HOSP HOSP NUR106L MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING LAB 03:00P 09:00P T & W 0 MILLER PEARLIE HOSP HOSP LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSING NUR104 INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY 12:00P 04:00P THURSDAY 1 JACKSON V M HS NUR105 ADULT NURSING 07:30A 11:30A M & TH 8 CAVER-JACKSON HS NUR105L ADULT NURSING LAB 06:30A 03:30P T & W 0 CAVER-JACKSON HOSP HOSP NUR105L ADULT NURSING LAB 06:30A 03:30P T & W 0 CALHOUN W R HOSP HOSP NUR105L ADULT NURSING LAB 06:30A 03:30P T & W 0 MELTON C A HOSP HOSP NUR107 ADULT CHILD NURSING 07:30A 11:30A M & TH 8 DAVIS SARAH HS NUR107L ADULT CHILD NURSING LAB 06:30A 03:30P T & W 0 DAVIS SARAH HOSP HOSP NUR108 PSYCHOSOCIAL NURSING 12:00P 04:00P THURSDAY 3 MIXON CARTER HS NUR108L PSYCHOSOCIAL NURSING LAB 08:00A 02:00P T & W 0 MIXON CARTER HOSP HOSP NUR108L PSYCHOSOCIAL NURSING LAB 08:00A 02:00P T & W 0 MARTIN S HOSP HOSP NUR109 ROLE TRANSITION 12:00P 04:30P MONDAY 3 MILLER PEARLIE HS 224 MASONRONY/BUILDING TRADES (EVENING) MAS111 MASONRY FUNDAMENTALS 03:30P 05:00P MONDAY 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS121 BRICK/BLOCK MASONRY 03:30P 05:00P WED 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS131 BRICK/BLOCK MASONRY FUNDA II 05:00P 10:30P M & T 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS151 BRICK/BLOCK MASONRY FUNDA III 05:00P 10:30P W & TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB

14 CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC MAS182 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MASONRY 05:00P 10:30P M & T 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS183 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MASONRY 03:30P 05:00P TUESDAY 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS221 SPECIALIZED MASONRY 03:30P 05:00P THURSDAY 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS252 FIREPLACE CONSTRUCTION 05:00P 10:30P M & T 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS253 BRICK ARCHES LAB 05:00P 10:30P W & TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS272 ADVANCED CEMENT MASONRY 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS282 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MASONRY 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS290 CO-ELECTIVE I 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS291 CO-OP ELECTIVE II 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS292 CO-OP ELECTIVE III 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS293 CO-OP ELECTIVE IV 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS294 CO-OP ELECTIVE V 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MAS295 CO-OP ELECTIVE VI 03:30P 10:30P M T W TH 3 HAMILTON A K MAS LAB MASONRY/BUILDING TRADES MAS111 MASONRY FUNDAMENTALS 08:00A 09:30A MONDAY 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS121 BRICK/BLOCK MASONRY 08:00A 09:30A WED 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS131 BRICK/BLOCK MASONRY FUNDA II 09:30A 03:30P M & T 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS151 BRICK/BLOCK MASONRY FUNDA III 09:30A 03:30P W & TH 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS183 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MASONRY 08:00A 09:30A TUESDAY 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS221 SPECIALIZED MASONRY 08:00A 09:30A THURSDAY 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS252 FIREPLACE CONSTRUCTION 09:30A 03:30P M & T 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS253 BRICK ARCHES LAB 09:30A 03:30P T & W 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS272 ADVANCED CEMENT MASONRY 08:00A 03:30P M T W TH 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS282 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MASONRY 08:00A 03:30P 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS290 CO-ELECTIVE I 08:00A 03:30P 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS291 CO-OP ELECTIVE II 08:00A 03:30P M T W TH 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS292 CO-OP ELECTIVE III 08:00A 03:30P M T W TH 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS293 CO-OP ELECTIVE IV 08:00A 03:30P M T W TH 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS294 CO-OP ELECTIVE V 08:00A 03:30P M T W TH 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB MAS295 CO-OP ELECTIVE VI 08:00A 03:30P M T W TH 3 ALLEN KMAS LAB WELDING (DAY) WDT108 SMAW FILLET/OFC THEORY 08:00A 11:00A MONDAY 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT109 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC THEORY 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT110 INDUSTRIAL BLUEPRING READING 08:00A 11:00A WED 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT115 GTAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT116 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE THEORY 08:00A 03:30P TUESDAY 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT119 GMAW/FCAW THEORY 08:00A 03:30P MONDAY 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT120 SMAW GROOVES THEORY 08:00A 03:30P THURSDAY 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT122 SMAW FILLET/OFC LAB 08:00A 03:30P M & T 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT123 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC LAB 08:00A 03:30P W & TH 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT124 GMAW/FCAW LAB 08:00A 03:30P M & T 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT125 SMAW GROOVES LAB 08:00A 03:30P W & TH 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT155 GTAW CARBON PIPE LAB 08:00A 03:30P T & TH 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT156 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE LAB 08:00A 03:30P M & W 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT217 SMAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 08:00A 03:30P WED 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT257 SMAW CARBON PIPE LAB 08:00A 03:30P M & T 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WDT258 CERTIFICATION LAB 08:00A 03:30P W & TH 3 HARRISON E J WDT LAB WELDING (EVENING) WDT108 SMAW FILLET/OFC THEORY 03:00P 06:00P MONDAY 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT109 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC THEORY 03:00P 06:00P TUESDAY 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT110 INDUSTRIAL BLUEPRING READING 03:00P 06:00P WED 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT115 GTAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 06:00P 10:30P MONDAY 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT116 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE THEORY 03:00P 06:00P THURSDAY 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT119 GMAW/FCAW THEORY 06:00P 10:30P THURSDAY 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT120 SMAW GROOVES THEORY 06:00P 10:30P M & R 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT122 SMAW FILLET/OFC LAB 06:00P 10:30P T & W 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT123 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC LAB 06:00P 10:30P W & TH 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT124 GMAW/FCAW LAB 06:00P 10:30P M & T 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT125 SMAW GROOVES LAB 06:00P 10:30P T & TH 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT155 GTAW CARBON PIPE LAB 06:00P 10:30P M & W 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT156 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE LAB 06:00P 10:30P WED 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT217 SMAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 06:00P 10:30P TUESDAY 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT257 SMAW CARBON PIPE LAB 06:00P 10:30P M & T 3 TARVER O WDT LAB WDT258 CERTIFICATION LAB 06:00P 10:30P W & TH 3 TARVER O WDT LAB DAY WELDING WDT108 SMAW FILLET/OFC THEORY 08:00A 11:00A MONDAY 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT109 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC THEORY 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT110 INDUSTRIAL BLUEPRING READING 08:00A 11:00A WED 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT115 GTAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 08:00A 11:00A THURSDAY 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT116 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE THEORY 11:00A 03:30P TUESDAY 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT119 GMAW/FCAW THEORY 11:00A 03:30P MONDAY 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT120 SMAW GROOVES THEORY 11:00A 03:30P THURSDAY 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT122 SMAW FILLET/OFC LAB 11:00A 03:30P M & T 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT123 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC LAB 11:00A 03:30P W & TH 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT124 GMAW/FCAW LAB 11:00A 03:30P M & T 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT125 SMAW GROOVES LAB 11:00A 03:30P W & TH 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT155 GTAW CARBON PIPE LAB 11:00A 03:30P T & TH 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT156 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE LAB 11:00A 03:30P M & W 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT217 SMAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 11:00A 03:30P WED 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT257 SMAW CARBON PIPE LAB 11:00A 03:30P M & T 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WDT258 CERTIFICATION LAB 11:00A 03:30P W & TH 3 GRIFFIN CALVIN WDT LAB WELDING (EVENING) WDT108 SMAW FILLET/OFC THEORY 03:00P 06:00P MONDAY 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT109 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC THEORY 03:00P 06:00P TUESDAY 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT110 INDUSTRIAL BLUEPRING READING 03:00P 06:00P WED 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT115 GTAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 06:00P 10:30P MONDAY 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT116 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE THEORY 03:00P 10:30P THURSDAY 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT119 GMAW/FCAW THEORY 06:00P 10:30P THURSDAY 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT120 SMAW GROOVES THEORY 06:00P 10:30P M & R 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT122 SMAW FILLET/OFC LAB 06:00P 10:30P T & W 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT123 SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC LAB 06:00P 10:30P W & TH 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT124 GMAW/FCAW LAB 06:00P 10:30P M & T 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT125 SMAW GROOVES LAB 06:00P 10:30P T & TH 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT155 GTAW CARBON PIPE LAB 06:00P 10:30P M & W 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT156 GTAW STAINLESS PIPE LAB 06:00P 10:30P WED 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT217 SMAW CARBON PIPE THEORY 06:00P 10:30P TUESDAY 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT257 SMAW CARBON PIPE LAB 06:00P 10:30P M & T 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB WDT258 CERTIFICATION LAB 06:00P 10:30P W & TH 3 THAMES J E WDT LAB THURSDAY EVENING COURSES HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 05:30P 09:30P THURSDAY 3 STAFF S S MTH125 CALCULUS I 04:40P 10:00P THURSDAY 4 WILDER D E AS SPH107 FUNDA OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 05:30P 09:30P THURSDAY 3 OLIVER S S HSTC 302 MONDAY EVENING COURSES BIO201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 04:30P 11:15P MONDAY 4 BALDWIN A S AS BIO220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY 05:00P 09:00P MONDAY 4 OWENS H B AS 219 NOTE: 5 MANDATORY MONDAY MEETINGS ENG092 BASIC ENGLISH I 05:00P 10:20P MONDAY 4 STAFF S S HSTC 301 NOTE: CLASS MEETS ON MONDAY & WEDNESDAY EVENINGS ENG093 BASIC ENGLISH II 05:00P 10:20P WED 4 JACKSON M HSTC 301 NOTE: CLASS MEETS ON MONDAY & WEDNEDAY EVENINGS ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 05:30P 09:30P MONDAY 3 STAFF S S HSTC MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 05:30P 09:30P MONDAY 3 STAFF S S AS PHL206 ETHICS AND SOCIETY 05:30P 09:30P MONDAY 3 HUGHES TONY HSTC 112 TUESDAY EVENING COURSES BIO202 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 04:30P 11:15P TUESDAY 4 LEE KATERI M CRJ209 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 DYSART C J HSTC ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 STAFF S S HSTC MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 07:45P 09:45P T & TH 4 STAFF S S AS 216 NOTE: CLASS MEETS ON TUESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 STAFF S S AS MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 WELCH GORDON F AS PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 05:30P 09:30P TUESDAY 3 CHAPMAN C L HSTC 211 WEDNESDAY EVENING COURSES BIO201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I 04:30P 11:15P WED 4 LEE KATERI M CB 127 NOTE: 5 MANDATORY MEETINGS ON CAMPUS

15 CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME DAYS CR NSTR LOC INTERNET COURSES (FULL SESSION) BIO103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY 4 OWENS H B NOTE: REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS () BIO104 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II 4 BALDWIN A S NOTE: REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS () BIO202 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II 4 LEE KATERI M NOTE: REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS () CIS130 INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 DAVIS B CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 DAVIS B NOTE: MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED CRJ100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3 DYSART C J CRJ110 INTRO TO LAW ENFORCEMENT 3 DYSART C J CRJ140 CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 3 MARSHALL T N ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 STAFF S S ENG101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 MCKNIGHT A J ENG102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 STURDIVANT M HED221 PERSONAL HEALTH 3 ELLIOTT W F HED222 COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 ELLIOTT W F HED267 DRUG EDUCATION 3 BURTON K R HIS101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS201 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 CLIFTON LONZY T MTH098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 03:30P 05:30P 4 GOINGS NOTE: 5 REQUIRED MONDAY AFTERNOON MEETINGS MTH100 INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 AUTERY NANCY MTH110 FINITE MATHEMATICS 3 GOINGS MTH112 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 GOINGS MTH113 PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY 3 AUTERY NANCY MTH116 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 STAFF S S MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 WELCH GORDON F OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 MOTT NOTE: MICROSOFT WORD 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED OAD103 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING 3 MOTT NOTE: MICROSOFT WORD 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED OAD104 ADVANCED KEYBOARDING 3 MOTT NOTE: MICROSOFT WORD 2010 SOFTWARE REQUIRED OAD131 BUSINESS ENGLISH 3 MOTT PHS111 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 PUGH E NOTE: REQUIRES 1 LAB MEETING () PHS111 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 PUGH E NOTE: REQUIRES 1 LAB MEETING () PHS112 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 PUGH E NOTE: REQUIRES 1 LAB MEETING () POL211 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 3 NEVITH K T PSY200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 PUGH J M PSY210 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 PUGH J M SOC200 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3 CLEMENTS R B SOC210 SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3 SIMMONS G D SPH106 FUNDA OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 RHODES NOTE: REQUIRES 3 THURSDAY SELMA MEETINGS SPH107 FUNDA OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 05:30P 09:30P 3 OLIVER S S HSTC 112 NOTE: REQUIRES 4 TUESDAY MEETINGS INTERNET COURSES (1ST MINI SESSION) BIO103 1 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY 4 STAFF S S 2 LABS REQUIRED () BUS100 1 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 HANNAH M BUS263 1 LEGAL & SOCIAL ENVIRON OF BUS E=LEARN 3 HANNAH M BUS275 1 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3 HANNAH M CIS130 1 INTRO TO INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3 DAVIS B CIS146 1 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 DAVIS B /MICROSOFT OFFICE 2010 REQUIRED CRJ216 1 POLICE ORGANIZATIONS & ADMIN 3 DYSART C J ECO231 1 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 MILLER GL ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 STAFF S S ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 MCKNIGHT A J ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 3 JOHNSON A HSTC ENG101 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 SCOTT A S ENG102 1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 STAFF S S ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 TURNER ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 TURNER ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 CHESNUT ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 SCOTT A S ENG271 1 WORLD LITERATURE I 3 RHODES HED221 1 PERSONAL HEALTH 3 ELLIOTT W F HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 WHITE T Y HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 LEWIS G E HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS101 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 GRISSOM TERRY D HIS102 1 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 NEVITH K T HIS201 1 UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 CLIFTON LONZY T MUS101 1 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 WELCH GORDON F ORI101 1 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 2 BROWN K E PSY200 1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 PUGH J M PSY210 1 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 THOMPKINS Y S REL151 1 SURVEY OF OLD TESTAMENT 3 MELTON D SPH106 1 FUNDA OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 12:30P 03:30P 3 OLIVER S S AS 218 REQUIRES 3 TUESDAY SELMA MEETINGS THR120 1 THEATER APPRECIATION 3 SPEED D T INTERNET COURSES ( 2ND MINI SESSION) BIO104 2 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II 4 STAFF S S REQUIRES 2 LAB MEETINGS BUS262 2 BUSINESS LAW II 3 HANNAH M BUS285 2 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3 HANNAH M CIS146 2 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 JONES C M

16 CALL COURSE COURSE NAME TIME ECO232 2 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS ENG101 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENG102 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENG102 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENG102 2 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II ENG272 2 WORLD LITERATURE II HED224 2 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH HED226 2 WELLNESS HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II HIS102 2 WESTERN CIVILIZATION II HIS202 2 UNITED STATES HISTORY II MUS101 2 MUSIC APPRECIATION PSY210 2 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT REL152 2 SURVEY OF NEW TESTAMENT SPH107 2 FUNDA OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 12:30P 03:30P REQUIRES 4 TUESDAY SELMA THR126 2 INTRO TO THEATRE APPRECIATION DAYS CR NSTR 3 MILLER GL 3 STAFF S S 3 STAFF S S 3 SCOTT A S LOC We offer the following: 3 MCKNIGHT A J 3 TURNER 3 TURNER 3 CHESNUT 3 RHODES 3 BURTON K R 3 CRUM B 3 GRISSOM TERRY D 3 WHITE T Y 3 LEWIS G E 3 GRISSOM TERRY D 3 CLIFTON LONZY T. 3 STAFF S S 3 HOWARD V O 3 MELTON D 3 RHODES 3 SPEED D T Come to the Writing Center! Operating Hours Assistance from trained MEETINGS Need help with writing? Mon: 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. professional and peer tutors. Tues: 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Strategies for development, Wed: 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. improvement, and editing for all types of writing. Thurs: 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. Meaningful, specific Fri: feedback, including a plan Research Papers? of action. PowerPoint Presentations? Reference materials. Essays? Closed for training and Organizing Ideas? workshops Résumés? STUART DAWSON HSTC 302 Stuart Dawson is from Prattville, Alabama where he attended Autauga Academy. He is a Middle In-field/ Outfield player for the Wallace Community College, Selma Baseball team. Stuart is a member of Phi Thetta Kappa, a nominee for Who s Who Among in American Universities and Colleges, Beta Club (High School), and was an Eagle Scout. He graduated with honors, Fellowship of Christian and received a $10, scholarship to Huntingdon College for next year. He was also invited to WCCS Honors ceremony. GPA: WCCS

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