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1 CLASS SCHEDULE Fall 2014

2 The Evolution of Human Sexual Behavior ANTHR Probation and Parole CRIMJ Food Manufacturing and Processing CULIN Food Laws and Regulations CULIN Film Literature ENGLI 1154 FS020 World War II and the Holocaust HISTO Principles of the Tourism Industry HOSP WE BELIEVE academics should constantly evolve. Adaptation and innovation are critical in today s challenging economy. College of DuPage stays a step ahead of the curve by regularly introducing new courses in emerging industries and professions that are experiencing rapid growth, and providing training in new skills for existing career areas. Try one of the new courses offered this Fall at College of DuPage. Register at myaccess.cod.edu. Food and Beverage for the Meeting Planner HOSP Special Event Management HOSP Writing and Reporting for TV News I MPTV Introduction to Field Production and Editing MPTV Croatia: Sea Kayaking and Hiking PHYS 1800 FS004 The Tour Du Mont Blanc: Hiking France, Italy and Switzerland PHYS 1800 FS022 Intercultural Communication SPEEC Introduction to the Perioperative Arena SURGT 2000 NET01 Perioperative Internship I SURGT Audition THEAT

3 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION 1 DATES TO REMEMBER: Fall Sessions: Aug. 25 to Dec Week Session Aug. 25 to Oct. 15 First 8-Week Session Sept. 16 to Dec Week Session Oct. 16 to Dec. 13 Second 8-Week Session Registration Start Dates: April 10 Returning Students Fall 2014 CLASS SCHEDULE Aug. 25 to Dec. 19 April 25 New Students/Open Registration No Classes: Sept. 1 Labor Day Oct. 21 In-Service Day/Professional Day Nov. 27 to 30 Thanksgiving Recess Contents Dates for Fall...1 Important Information for Students...2 Campus Central...2 Registration Student Check Lists...4 Registration Schedule...5 Admissions and Outreach...6 Testing Center...6 Counseling and Advising Services...6 Student Registration Services...6 Tuition...7 Payments...7 Student Financial Assistance...8 Student Records...8 Veterans Services...8 Latino Outreach Center...8 International Student Services...8 Adult Education and ESL...9 Career Services Center...9 Center for Access and Accommodations...9 Bookstore...9 Learning Commons...9 Library...9 Student Photo ID Program...9 Options to Explore...10 Glen Ellyn Campus Map...12 Regional Centers Maps...13 Class Locations/Codes...14 Contact Information...15 Credit Class Listings...16 Honors Courses...74 Internet-Based Courses...79 Regional Center Class Listings Field and Experiential Learning/ Study Abroad Classes Index Final Evaluations/ Culminating Activities Dec. 13 to 19 College of DuPage is a tobacco-free campus. Board of Trustees Erin Birt, Chairman, Wheaton Kathy Hamilton, Vice Chairman, Hinsdale Dianne McGuire, Naperville Allison O Donnell, Winfield Kim Savage, Darien Nancy Svoboda, Downers Grove Joseph C. Wozniak, Naperville Stephanie Torres, Naperville College of DuPage

4 2 FALL 2014 Important Information for Students myaccess Self-Service Website for Students Sign up for a myaccess student web account so you can: Check class availability. Register for classes. Make payments or enroll in payment plan. View your course schedule, grades and account balance. Visit myaccess.cod.edu! Available 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week. Financial Assistance and Scholarships The College of DuPage Office of Student Financial Assistance provides a comprehensive range of services that bridges the gap between a student s financial resources and the cost of education at College of DuPage. Financial Aid programs include the Federal Pell Grant program, the Illinois Monetary Award (MAP) program, federal and state Supplemental Grant programs, Federal Work Study, Veterans grants, and Federal Student Loans. For more information, call (630) , or visit: Continuing Education/Non-Credit Online Enrollment College of DuPage offers fast, easy enrollment for non-credit classes. To search for courses and enroll, visit: myaccess.cod.edu. For more information about Adult Enrichment, Business Solutions and Youth Academy classes, visit: or call (630) to obtain the current Continuing Education Catalog. Broadcast Alert System Students and staff can now sign up for Rave Alert and Rave Guardian, two broadcasting alert and personal safety systems. Rave Alert uses s, text messages, voice messages and RSS feeds to notify subscribers of both emergency and non-emergency situations, such as weather-related class cancellations. Rave Guardian is a mobile phone application that notifies the campus police department of an emergency. To sign up, students and staff can visit: cod. Online Events Calendar Visit the college s Events Calendar to learn about upcoming free events and workshops at the College, including Advising Sessions, Counseling Workshops, Library Workshops and International Events. Visit: and select Full Calendar under Upcoming Events. Premium Parking Premium Parking permits allow users to park in specifically designated parking spaces located close to campus buildings. Fall 2014 semester premium parking permits cost $85 and will be available for purchase starting Monday, Aug. 4, at the Cashier s office in the Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room Student Consumer Information Students can access information about crime statistics at the Glen Ellyn campus and off-site locations in the College s Annual Security Report at: edu/about/police_department/statistics.aspx. Student Right to Know information and the Federal Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) are available at: www. cod.edu/about/consumerinformation/know.aspx. In addition, the College s Web Accessibility Policy, Non-Discrimination Policy, and Information for a Drug Free College and Drug-Free Policy are listed at: consumerinformation/drugfree.aspx. Campus Central Campus Central is at the center of the Student Services Center (SSC), the front door to the Glen Ellyn campus. At Campus Central, students and community members will receive assistance and have their questions answered from knowledgeable staff. The staff s goal is to help students understand the processes they need to complete their educational goals, including: Applying online Setting up a myaccess account Navigating myaccess Registering for classes online Testing and Prerequisite information Financial Assistance and FAFSA information Signing up for a payment plan or making payment Student Records information such as transcript ordering and enrollment verification Graduation information Numerous other transactions such as document drop-off, international student and health sciences application information, forms retrieval and submission, to name a few. Register Online myaccess.cod.edu

5 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION 3 OSEVELT ROAD (ROUTE 38) FAWELL BOULEVARD awell D Fawell C Fawell B Fawell A CHC SC l R. Kirt irie College 4 SRC Soccer Fields ney K. Berg Instructional ter inary & Hospitality Center ly Childhood Center d Studies Center enhouse CAMPUS CENTRAL (630) Hours Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Campus will be closed on Fridays and V Saturdays, V May 30 through Aug. 1 College 5 eland Security Education V SSC V Campus Central SCC BIC FROM BLANCHARD ROAD FSC L Community Education Farm College 3 College 2 College 1 L M MAC OCC PEC SCC COLLEGE ROAD MAC Building L Building M PEC College 7 B.J.Hoddinott Wildlife Sanctuary Fawell E K M 425 Fawell Boulevard Glen Ellyn, Illinois (630) OCC College 6 WDCB-FM Transmitter Tower GH Stadium HEC College 1A TEC ECC From Butterfield Road (Route 56) Harold D. McAninch Arts Center* Open Campus Center Physical Education Center* Seaton Computing Center* L AMBERT R OAD FROM ROOSEVELT ROAD (ROUTE 38) College 4 FAWELL BOULEVARD Fawell D Fawell C Fawell B Fawell A Softball Field HSC Baseball Field Russell R. Kirt Prairie FAWELL BOULEVARD Ecological Study Area College 5 V V Soccer Fields V SSC SCC College 3 College 2 College 1 COLLEGE ROAD College 1A Stadium Buildings Produced by mapformation for College of DuPage. Last update Sept BIC Rodney K. Berg Instructional L Building L Center M Building M CHC Culinary & Hospitality Center MAC Harold D. McAninch Arts Center* ECC Early Childhood Parking Center OCC Open Campus Center FSC Field Studies Center PEC Physical Education Center* GH Greenhouse SCC Seaton Computing Center* Accessible HEC Homeland Security Education SRC Student Resource Center HSC Center SSC Student Services Center Health and Science Bus Center Stop TEC Technical Education Center K Building K * Under Construction V Practice Field Tennis SRC Courts V BIC MAC PEC TO BUTTERFIELD ROAD PARK BOULEVARD TO ROOSEVELT ROAD CHC Softball Field Baseball Field Employee College of DuPage Guest/30-Minute Motorcycle FAWELL BOULEVARD Ecological Study Ar V Practic Field Tennis Courts TO BUTTERFIELD ROAD Produced by mapformation for College o Parking Accessible Bus Stop Employee Guest/30- Motorcycle Shipping a Construct

6 4 FALL 2014 ENROLL FOR FALL NEW STUDENTS New student registration begins Friday, April 25. If you have never attended College of DuPage, complete the following steps: Apply Fill out an Admission Application if you have not applied before at: Click on Apply Now link. For assistance, call (630) or stop by Campus Central in the Student Services Center (SSC) or visit any of our convenient regional centers. See page 13 for locations. A $20 non-refundable fee must be paid when submitting your Admission Application. Set up myaccess Set up your myaccess account at: myaccess.cod.edu. This account enables you to register for classes, view your schedule and grades, check class availability, and make payments. Attend a Session is an overview of becoming a new College of DuPage student. The presentation explains basic concepts of attending college, applying for financial aid, understanding myaccess and paying for your education. To sign up for a session, contact Campus Central at (630) or Take Placement Tests Take the appropriate College of DuPage placement tests (if applicable). Students must complete an Admission Application and obtain a student ID number prior to taking these tests. Some ACT scores may be accepted for placement purposes. For more information, visit or call (630) Attend a New Student Advising Session A New Student Advising Session covers the important academic and student engagement concepts which will enhance your experience at College of DuPage. Our team of student success counselors and program advisors will assist you in choosing your courses and developing your educational plan. You can sign up to attend a New Student Advising Session by contacting the Counseling and Advising Center at (630) Register for Classes and Pay Tuition Registering for classes and making a payment is now easier than ever online through myaccess. College of DuPage requires students to pay their account in full or sign up for one of our payment plans at time of registration. If your account is not paid in full at the time of registration or you have not enrolled in a payment plan, you will be dropped from your classes for the amount owed. Go to myaccess.cod.edu to begin this process. Registration and payments can be completed at the Glen Ellyn campus or at any one of our regional centers. For more information: Visit our website at Stop by the Student Registration Services office, SSC, Room 2221 on the Glen Ellyn campus Visit or call any one of our regional centers (see page 13) Call (630) for registration assistance Call (630) for payment assistance New Student Orientation New Student Orientation is how all first-time college students, enrolling full time, have fun meeting students, faculty and staff. This is an exciting introduction to everything College of DuPage has to offer. If you are a new student this summer and continuing in the fall, be sure to attend our Fall New Student Advising Orientation! Find more details and learn how to register for New Student Orientation by visiting TRANSFER STUDENTS New student registration begins Friday, April 25. For students who are transferring from another college or university to College of DuPage, follow these steps: Apply Fill out an Admission Application if you have not applied before at: edu. Click on Apply Now link. For assistance, call (630) or stop by Campus Central in the Student Services Center (SSC) or visit any of our convenient regional centers. See page 13 for locations. A $20 non-refundable fee must be paid when submitting your Admission Application. Set Up myaccess Set up your myaccess account at: myaccess.cod.edu. This account enables you to register for classes, view your schedule and grades, check class availability, and make payments. Register Online myaccess.cod.edu

7 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION 5 Attend a Session is an overview of becoming a new College of DuPage student. The presentation explains basic concepts of attending college, applying for financial aid, understanding myaccess and paying for your education. To sign up for a session, contact Campus Central at (630) or Take Placement Tests Take the appropriate College of DuPage placement tests (if applicable). Students must complete an Admission Application and obtain a student ID number prior to taking these tests. Some ACT scores may be accepted for placement purposes. For more information, visit or call (630) Attend a New Student Advising Session A New Student Advising Session covers the important academic and student engagement concepts which will enhance your experience at College of DuPage. Our team of student success counselors and program advisors will assist you in choosing your courses and developing your educational plan. You can sign up to attend a New Student Advising Session by contacting the Counseling and Advising Center at (630) Request for Verification of Prerequisites Some courses have prerequisites. If you completed the prerequisite at another college or university, send your official transcript to the Office of Student Records and submit the Prerequisite Verification request form available online at prerequisite_evaluation_request.aspx. If you are currently enrolled in the prerequisite course at another college or university, contact the Office of Student Records for more information. Register for Classes and Pay Tuition Registering for classes and making a payment is now easier than ever online through myaccess. College of DuPage requires students to pay their account in full or sign up for one of our payment plans at time of registration. If your account is not paid in full at the time of registration or you have not enrolled in a payment plan, you will be dropped from your classes for the amount owed. Go to myaccess.cod.edu to begin this process. Registration and payments can be completed at the Glen Ellyn campus or at any one of our regional centers. For more information: Visit our website at Stop by the Student Registration Services office, SSC, Room 2221 on the Glen Ellyn campus Visit or call the regional center nearest you (see page 13) Call (630) for registration assistance Call (630) for payment assistance Request for Transfer Credit Evaluation If you are seeking a degree or certificate from College of DuPage and have completed coursework at another college or university, your credits might be eligible for transfer. To request a transcript evaluation, send your official transcript to the College of DuPage Office of Student Records and submit the Transcript Evaluation request form available online at RETURNING STUDENTS Returning student registration begins Thursday, April 10. (See Registration Schedule below) For returning College of DuPage students, follow these steps: Confirm your myaccess account Make sure you can still sign in to your myaccess account at: myaccess.cod. edu. Be sure you know your login and your password. If you need additional assistance, contact the Student Support Help Desk via telephone at (630) , or via at Meet with your Student Success Counselor For assistance with your Student Educational Plan visit Counseling and Advising Services in the Student Services Center (SSC), Room 3200 or call (630) , or call your closest regional center to make an appointment (see page 13). Register for Classes and Pay Tuition Registering for classes and making a payment is now easier than ever online through myaccess. College of DuPage requires students to pay their account in full or sign up for one of our payment plans at time of registration. If your account is not paid in full at the time of registration or you have not enrolled in a payment plan, you will be dropped from your classes for the amount owed. Go to myaccess.cod.edu to begin this process. Registration and payments can be completed at the Glen Ellyn campus or at any one of our regional centers. For more information: Visit our website at Stop by the Student Registration Services office, SSC, Room 2221 on the Glen Ellyn campus Visit or call any regional center (see page 13) Call (630) for registration assistance Call (630) for payment assistance Registration Schedule for Fall COD Earned Credits Thursday, April 10 or later 50+ COD Earned Credits Friday, April 11 or later 40+ COD Earned Credits Monday, April 14 or later 20+ COD Earned Credits Wednesday, April 16 or later.5+ COD Earned Credits Friday, April 18 or later New and Returning Students with zero earned credits Friday, April 25 or later Priority registration does not include transfer credit or demonstrated competency credit. To check the number of completed College of DuPage credit hours: Go to myaccess.cod.edu. Log in to your account. Under Academic Profile click on My Profile. See Institutional Completed Credits. Contact Student Registration Services at (630) if you have any questions. College of DuPage

8 6 FALL 2014 * HOURS Hours for Admissions and Outreach, Student Registration Services, Cashier s Office, Counseling and Advising, Office of Student Financial Assistance and Campus Central. Regular Office Hours 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday; Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The main campus in Glen Ellyn is closed Fridays, May 30 through Aug. 1 Off Campus The Regional Centers will be available for registration and other services Monday through Saturday. See page 13 for a complete list of Regional Centers and hours of operation. Special Hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, May 17 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION Fall Extended Evening Hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Aug. 18 to 21 and Aug. 25 to 28 Fall Weekend Hours 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 16 and 23 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH Admissions and Outreach Office, (630) Student Services Center (SSC), Room General Information: Apply online if you have not applied before at: or stop by Campus Central in the SSC for a paper application. You are eligible to enroll for credit classes if you are a high school graduate or have a GED or are at least 18 years and capable of benefitting from the courses offered. Call (630) for information about exceptions to entrance policies. College of DuPage is authorized under federal law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. Apply online at admissions.cod.edu or call (630) for a paper application. See page 150 for University Religious Observances Act information. TESTING CENTER Glen Ellyn Testing Center, (630) Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2405/ General Information: College of DuPage requires Reading, Writing, Math and ESL Placement Tests to determine proper class placement. Students must complete an Admission Application Form before taking these tests. Photo ID and a College of DuPage ID number are required for testing. On-campus placement testing is available Monday and Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Hours vary during high peak times and semester breaks. Off-campus placement testing is available at the Learning Commons in the Naperville and Westmont Regional Centers, and at the Addison and Carol Stream Regional Centers. Call for testing hours. See page 15 for contact information. Some other services include CLEP testing, Proficiency testing, Classroom Makeup testing, COD Online testing, Health Science testing, Career Interest testing, and High-Stakes Certification testing. Distance Testing is available for COD students located 50 miles or more from the main campus. For more information, call (630) College of DuPage offers the General Education Development (GED) test to county residents at the Glen Ellyn Testing Center and the Learning Commons in the Naperville and Westmont Regional Centers. For more information visit: COUNSELING AND ADVISING SERVICES Counseling and Advising Services, (630) Student Services Center (SSC), Room General Information: New Student Advising Sessions All new students to College of DuPage are expected to attend a New Student Advising Session prior to meeting with a student success counselor or program advisor. This session introduces important academic and student engagement concepts which will enhance your experience at College of DuPage. If you haven t already attended a New Student Advising Session, you can sign up by contacting Counseling and Advising at (630) Sessions are offered during the day and evening, and are also available at select times at our regional centers. Services Our faculty team of Student Success Counselors and Program Advisors partner with you to: Establish a Student Educational Plan for achieving your educational goals; Develop success strategies for improving your academic performance; Support your career exploration and decision-making process; and Discuss personal concerns that may be interfering with your educational or career success. We provide these services at the main campus in Glen Ellyn and at our four regional centers. In addition, we offer many workshops and seminars to promote your academic, career and personal success. STUDENT REGISTRATION SERVICES Student Registration Services Office, (630) Student Services Center (SSC), Room General Information: Registration eligibility for new students begins Friday, April 25. Registration eligibility for returning students is based on the number of Institutional College of DuPage credits earned and begins on Thursday, April 10. This information is available at: myaccess.cod.edu under My Profile. Students may view and print their schedule and/or bill on myaccess.cod.edu Register online at: myaccess.cod.edu or in person at the Glen Ellyn campus, Student Registration Services, SSC, Room Students can also register at any regional center. Myaccess.cod.edu is available 6 a.m. to 2 a.m. seven days a week. Register Online myaccess.cod.edu

9 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION 7 Call (630) for information regarding medical withdrawal from classes. Call (630) for tuition refund appeals and the College s policy on canceled classes. Call (630) for late withdrawal appeals and the College s policy on withdrawing late. Late Registration College of DuPage students may register without a permit through the second calendar day following the first class meeting (16-Week classes only). As an example, if the class starts on a Monday (M/W/F), a student can register through Tuesday for this class; if the class starts on Tuesday (T/R), a student can register through Wednesday for this class. Exceptions to this rule are courses with required safety training, licensure, accreditation, or mandatory seat hours for legal reasons. The waitlist function will remain active through the late (2-day) registration period. Students are expected to take full responsibility for making up any missed coursework associated with a late registration. Once the late registration period has passed, students are required to obtain a permit from the instructor. For 16-Week classes only, a $10 late registration fee will be charged for each class registered after the second calendar day following the first class meeting. 12-Week and 8-Week classes registered on or after the day the class(es) begins are considered late and students are required to obtain a permit from the instructor. A $10 late registration fee will be charged for each class registered late, on or after its start date. Students may request an E-permit to enroll late through myaccess for 12-Week and 8-Week classes only, through the 10th instructional day. Go to myaccess.cod.edu and log-in with your username and password. Under the Registration section in the student menu, select Request a Permit. Permits are valid for one day after issuance date. Waitlist for Closed Classes A waitlist is available to students for credit course sections. When a student attempts to register for a closed class, the student will be notified that a waitlist is available. The student will have the opportunity to be added to the waitlist for only one section per course. If a seat becomes available, the student will be notified via College of DuPage (dupage.edu) and have 24 hours to register for the open seat. If the student does not register for the open seat within 24 hours of notification, the student will be removed from the waitlist and the next student on the waitlist will be notified. If the student misses the 24-hour opportunity to register and wants to be placed back on the waitlist, the student will be placed at the bottom of the waitlist. The waitlist function will be turned off at midnight prior to the start of the 12-Week and 8-Week sessions. The waitlist function will remain active through the late (2-day) registration period for the 16-Week session. Withdrawal Procedure The final day for a student to withdraw from any course will be equal to 75 percent of the time for the respective academic session. Summer session withdrawal dates are: Fall Sessions Withdrawal Deadline First 8-Week Session... Thursday, Oct Week Session...Tuesday, Nov Week Session...Tuesday, Nov. 18 Second 8-Week Session...Tuesday, Nov. 25 After the deadline, students will be required to appeal for late withdrawal and provide appropriate documentation to the Student Registration Services Office for all requests. Students who are granted approval to withdraw by petition will not be eligible for refunds of tuition or fees and will receive a W grade on their transcript. Appeals must be submitted before the last class meeting for 16-Week, 12-Week and 8-Week session classes. TUITION Tuition Rates Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice. For residents of District $144 per credit hour For senior citizens (age 65 or older) who are residents of District $72 per credit hour For out-of-district Illinois residents... $331 per credit hour For non-residents of the State of Illinois... $401 per credit hour For residents of District 502 AUDIT... $160 per credit hour For out-of-district Illinois residents AUDIT... $401 per credit hour Internet-based courses... $144 per credit hour Tuition and fees for in-district students are $144 per credit hour ($ tuition, plus $35.85 fee). Tuition and fees for in-district Nursing, Practical Nursing, Dental Hygiene and Radiation Therapy students are $ per credit hour ($ tuition, plus $35.85 fee). Fees A $20 fee is charged for all returned checks. If collection proceedings are instituted, a handling fee is assessed. The Admission/Recording fee is a $20 non-refundable fee. A $10 late registration fee will be charged for each class registered on or after its start date. Field and Experiential Learning/Study Abroad trip fees are non-refundable. Travel protection brochures are available in the Field and Experiential Learning/Study Abroad office, BIC Lab fees are charged in certain courses. See class listings. Senior citizens (age 65 or over) are charged lab fees. An additional $57.50 fee is assessed for all Internet-based courses. General Information: Visit: and select Register for Classes, then Payment Information for information about chargeback, cooperative agreements and company sponsored billing options, or call (630) Students who reside outside of District 502 but are employed full-time in the district may be entitled to in-district tuition rates. Call (630) for information. Tuition Refund Policy: Refund dates are posted for each class on the student s schedule at myaccess.cod.edu. Students can view and print their schedule at myaccess.cod.edu under My Class Schedule. 100% Refunds of tuition and fees will be granted during first 7% of class calendar days. 50% Refunds of tuition only will be granted during first 8 to 12% of class calendar days. PAYMENTS Cashier s Office, (630) Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 2525 For a complete list of hours for this office, see page 6. Payment Policy: College of DuPage requires students to pay their account in full or sign up for one of our payment plans at time of registration. If your account is not paid in full at the time of registration or you have not enrolled in a payment plan, you will be dropped from your classes for the amount owed. Students may pay in full through myaccess with a credit/debit card or via check. Payments may also be made with a cashier at the number mentioned above. College of DuPage

10 8 FALL 2014 Payment Plans College of DuPage offers affordable payment plans for students. The payment plans provide the student the ability to make payments throughout the semester. If you are eligible for financial aid (i.e. grants, loans, or Veteran Benefits) you may qualify for a deferred payment plan. The deferred payment plan scheduled payments usually do not begin until seven weeks after the start of the semester to allow time for posting of all financial aid to a student s account. All students who enroll in the active or deferred payment plan will have payments automatically charged to a checking/savings account or debit/ credit card. A late fee will be charged for all missed payments. Active Payment Plan Enroll through MyAccess. A set-up fee of $25.00 will be charged at time of enrollment. A down payment will be required at time of enrollment. Payment plans are for one term only. Payments are automatic. Deferred Payment Plan for qualified students Enroll through MyAccess. $5.00 will be required at time of enrollment to verify financial information. The $5.00 will be refunded if financial aid covers 100% of the billed amount. For students whose aid does not cover 100% of the billed amount, the $5.00 will be applied to the outstanding balance. A set-up fee of $25.00 will be charged if the first scheduled payment is processed. Payment plans are for one term only. Payments are automatic. Failure to make the payments as agreed upon may result in your classes being dropped for non-payment for the amount owed. Student to Student Grant The Student to Student (STS) Grant program at College of DuPage is a state program that matches funds collected by the College for need-based grants. Funds are collected through the Student Activity Fee. The $0.15 donation per credit hour is voluntary. Students who do not wish to contribute can collect a refund at the Cashier s office. STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE (630) Student Services Center (SSC), Room For a complete list of hours for this office, see page 6. The College of DuPage Title IV School Code is # Stop by SSC 2220, visit the Financial Assistance website or send an to: for information on loans, grants, a financial aid handbook, downloadable forms and other information. Information about scholarship and grant opportunities is also available at the College of DuPage Financial Assistance website and in SSC Guidelines, lists of current and upcoming scholarships, and assistance with obtaining this type of financial assistance is also available through the Financial Assistance office. STUDENT RECORDS Office of Student Records, (630) Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 2150 myaccess.cod.edu Hours of operation: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. General Information: Go to: myaccess.cod.edu to view your final grades, run a degree audit, order an official transcript and check the status of your transcript order. Students who expect to complete their degree or certificate requirements by the end of Fall semester 2014 must submit an Application for Degree or Certificate form. First run your Degree Audit online at myaccess.cod.edu. If your Program Status is Pending Anticipated Complete, you are ready to apply to graduate. Submit the application no sooner than one term before expected degree completion. A full-time student is enrolled in 12 credit hours per term. A part-time student is enrolled in less than 12 credit hours per term. Half-time status requires enrollment in six credit hours per term. (Six credit hours is considered full time during summer term.) VETERANS SERVICES (630) Student Services Center (SSC), Room 2225 The Veterans Services office provides the following assistance to veterans: Processes College of DuPage veterans certification requests for educational benefits Disseminates information on applying for veterans and military personnel educational benefits Guidance with financial aid, veterans scholarships and emergency loans Employment and VA work study program opportunities Campus tours Orientation and advising sessions for new student veterans Access to student veterans lounge and study area with computers Referrals for local veterans assistance and specialized veterans counseling SVA (Student Veterans Association) and other social and educational programs LATINO OUTREACH CENTER (630) , Se habla Español Student Services Center (SSC), Room 2225C The Latino Outreach Center assists students in achieving their educational goals by offering extensive support services. The Center is an extension of la familia providing a sense of community in a large institution. The Center provides: One-on-one admission and orientation information for new students Information about the college system for parents Mentoring for students wanting to attend college Referrals to local organizations and resources Support services while attending College of DuPage An appointment is recommended but not necessary walk-ins are welcome INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES F-1/M-1 International Admissions inquiries: (630) Current F-1/M-1 International Students: (630) Student Services Center (SSC), Room 2225 The International Student Services Office provides the following assistance to F-1/M-1 international students: Assist prospective students interested in applying for an F-1 or M-1 student visa Register Online myaccess.cod.edu

11 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION 9 Assist F-1 students interested in transferring from other U.S. colleges and universities Assist prospective students interested in changing their current immigration status to F-1 USCIS application and notification assistance Official letters Information sessions for Practical Training employment benefits Comprehensive immigration advising for maintenance of F-1/M-1 student visas ADULT EDUCATION AND ESL (630) , Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 1110 The Adult Education and English as a Second Language (ESL) Program provides free classes to help students improve basic reading, writing and math skills, learn English and civics and prepare to pass the GED exams. Students acquire the skills necessary to improve employment opportunities, advance to further education or training, and become more involved in their communities. Free Programs of Study Adult Basic Education Reading, Writing and Math Citizenship Constitution Preparation English as a Second Language GED Preparation English and Spanish The People Educating People (PEP) Volunteer Tutoring Program recruits, trains and places volunteers to assist adults in need of reading, writing, math or English skills improvement. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer or are an adult needing services, call (630) or visit academics/conted/basic/volunteer.aspx. CAREER SERVICES CENTER (630) , Student Services Center (SSC), Room 3258 General Information: Career advising, mock interviews, on-campus recruitment, workshops and resume critiques are offered. Area job postings are available through the Career Services Center at: The Internship program at College of DuPage helps students search for and succeed in work-based learning experiences. For more information, call (630) or visit: The Service Learning program at College of DuPage combines community service with in-class learning. Students work with area non-profit organizations, integrating course goals while responding to community needs. For more information, call (630) or visit: CENTER FOR ACCESS AND ACCOMMODATIONS (630) or TTY (630) accommodations Student Services Center (SSC), Room 3249 General Information: Provides access to academic accommodations for students with documented disabilities. These accommodations include: Note taking paper, books in alternative format and testing accommodations. Additionally, sign language interpreters, specialized computer equipment and adaptive furniture are available by request. To ensure that accommodations are available, please contact our office 30 days before the beginning of the term. Late requests will be addressed in the order in which they are received, however, failing to request accommodations in advance could negatively impact your success. Students and staff with disabilities can also obtain temporary barrier free parking permits for up to six weeks. If you will need additional time please contact the Secretary of State s office at: publications/pdf_publications/vsd62.pdf Short-term loans of wheelchairs (manual or electric) are also available for up to six weeks.. FOLLETT S COLLEGE OF DUPAGE BOOKSTORE (630) , Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 1060 Fall Hours: Monday to Thursday, 7:45 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Extended hours for Fall 2014: bookstore.aspx Online textbook ordering available at: LEARNING COMMONS (630) Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 2102 General Information: The Learning Commons is a one-stop shop for student support services. Students can receive free assistance in the following areas: Math Reading Speech Tutoring Writing Placement test preparation Walk-in and appointment-based assistance is available. myaccess Student Blackboard Assistance also available off campus at the following locations: Naperville Learning Commons...(630) Westmont Learning Commons...(630) THE LIBRARY (630) , Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 2020 General Information: Regular hours include: Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; and Sunday, Noon to 6 p.m. The Library s resources are available to students, staff, faculty and District 502 community members. To obtain a library card, stop by the Circulation Desk. STUDENT PHOTO ID PROGRAM (630) , Office of Student Life, Student Services Center (SSC), Room 1217 General Information: Students enrolled in at least one credit course at College of DuPage can obtain a photo ID card at the Office of Student Life during regular business hours. The same card can be used as a Library card, a PE pass and for student identification, as needed. College of DuPage

12 10 FALL 2014 OPTIONS TO EXPLORE 3+1 Programs (630) Students who have completed an associate degree at College of DuPage are eligible to apply to a 3+1 program. Students who are new to College of DuPage can indicate their intent to enter the 3+1 program on their application to College of DuPage. All prospective 3+1 students should consult with an advisor or counselor to map an academic plan. Students can complete three years of their bachelor s degree requirements at College of DuPage. The fourth year of study is taught on College of DuPage s campus by the partnering university s faculty. After completing all degree requirements, the partner institution awards the bachelor s degree. The following universities are 3+1 partners with College of DuPage and the bachelor s degrees they offer at College of DuPage are noted below. Registration for classes offered by a 3+1 program by the university on COD s main campus must be processed directly through the partner institutions. Benedictine University: Bachelor of Arts in Management (pgs. 19, 95, 96) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (pg. 112) Concordia University Chicago Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts Administration (pgs. 23, 69, 137) Bachelor of Arts in Healthcare Management (pgs. 40, 69, 95, 129) Bachelor of Arts in Sports and Recreation Management (pg. 122) Lewis University: Bachelor of Arts in Criminal/Social Justice (pg. 38) Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education, Special Education or Special Education/Elementary Education (Enhanced 2+2)(pgs. 43, 46) Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (pgs. 35, 36) Roosevelt University: Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management (pgs. 39, 76, 137) Governors State University: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)- online (pg. 112) ADULT FAST TRACK PROGRAM (630) (FAST) or The Adult Fast Track Program (AFT) is for students 21 years and older who lead busy lives but still want to pursue their educations. AFT courses are accelerated, i.e., they are offered in an eight-week format and students typically attend one four-hour class session per week (evenings or Saturday morning). AFT classes are offered at four convenient locations: The COD campus in Glen Ellyn and the Westmont, Naperville and Addison regional centers. (Note: COD s Naperville Center (1223 Rickert) will be closed for renovation during fall Naperville classes will meet at our temporary location in the Fry Building, 2244 W. 95th St.) Students may enroll in AFT courses any time a new eightweek session begins (as determined by assigned registration dates). AFT offers Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Management degrees, along with Supervision, Management, Organizational Leadership and Entrepreneurship certificates. A wide variety of core general education and/or elective courses are also available, and these support many other COD degree and certificate programs, as well as some requirements of certain 3+1 degree agreements. Qualified students in traditional (non-accelerated) COD programs may enroll in AFT courses, as may qualified students of other colleges or universities. AFT syllabi post on Blackboard two weeks prior to class start with an assignment due for the first class. Students are expected to come to the first class with the first assignment completed. ALTERNATIVE CREDIT OPTION (630) , College of DuPage s Credit by Demonstrated Competency (CDC) program that considers prior knowledge and skills learned for course credit. COD ONLINE (630) , Distance learning courses with 24/7 convenience. CONTINUING EDUCATION/EXTENDED LEARNING (630) , Student Resource Center (SRC), Room 1110 Continuing Education/Extended Learning is designed to identify and meet regional educational needs and special interests of non-degree program students. Continuing Education conducts rapid research and program development to serve the ever-evolving educational needs and interests of the region s citizens and businesses. Flexible schedules, varied price points and multiple delivery models allow Continuing Education to increase accessibility to education whether for personal enrichment or professional development. Particular attention is paid to the non-traditional student, with an emphasis on connecting learning experiences and exploring career pathways. Youth Academy Career and Professional Development Adult Enrichment Business Solutions FIELD AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING/STUDY ABROAD (630) , Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 3509 College of DuPage offers a variety of affordable, educational programs that use the world as their classroom. Field and Experiential Learning courses combine classroom-based instruction with field-based experience in a variety of disciplines. Study abroad opportunities, which include summer languageintensive, semester-long and short programs, are available to more than 30 countries worldwide. HONORS PROGRAM (630) , Honors courses are designed for academically ambitious students who enjoy an interactive and challenging classroom environment. These courses offer qualified students the opportunity to develop and hone critical thinking, writing and research skills through experiential learning and innovative assignments. Register Online myaccess.cod.edu

13 ADMISSIONS AND OUTREACH, ADVISING AND REGISTRATION 11 Student Resource Center Level 2 M 2001 Lobby F 2041 LEARNING COMMONS 2006 F One-Stop Academic Support Center 2011 CONNECT, LEARN, ACHIEVE A variety of academic support services are available for all College of DuPage students in one convenient location. These services include drop-in and appointment-based assistance for: Tutoring for online, classroom and hybrid courses. Help with Blackboard, myaccess, and navigating the Student Portal. COMPASS Placement Test preparation Developmental Math Drop-in Assistance in: Math Reading Writing Speech COMPASS Placement Test Preparation: Placement tests are an important first step toward building an education plan. Stop in or visit the Learning Commons website to find out about workshops, MyMathTest, and many other resources to help College of DuPage students prepare before taking their placement tests M Jack H. Turner Conference Center President s 2141 Office M N A 2133 Payroll KL A 2134 Human J D Resources 2134B H E E G C F D G F H A 2155 IT 2174 E 2040 F M M D F 2153 C B 2150 Records 2132 Accounts Payable A C B 2130 Financial Affairs Learning Commons A 2107 M J K L F 2128 E Library 2027A KEY Where to find us: Classroom Student Service Area E Elevator The Learning Commons is located on the south side of Office Space Restroom Emergency Area the second floor in the Student Resource Center (SRC), Meeting Room Under Construction Other Room 2102, (630) A E M F 2124 Computer Lab 2100 Police E C Accessible Exit 2020 A E BI College of DuPage

14 12 FALL 2014 MAPS For more maps and related information, go to the Maps and Directions pages on the COD web site: College of DuPage Campus Glen Ellyn FROM BLANCHARD ROAD FROM ROOSEVELT ROAD (ROUTE 38) B.J.Hoddinott Wildlife Sanctuary Fawell E College 7 CMC College 6 WDCB-FM Transmitter Tower GH HEC TEC EC From Butterfield Road (Route 56) LAMBERT ROAD College 4 TALLGRASS ROAD FAWELL BOULEVARD Fawell D Fawell C Fawell B Fawell A HSC Russell R. Kirt Prairie College 5 V SRC V Soccer Fields V SSC SCC SCHOLARS DRIVE Construction V BIC College 3 College 2 College 1 ARTISTS DRIVE COLLEGE ROAD MAC PEC CHC College 1A Stadium Softball Field Baseball Field FAWELL BOULEVARD Ecological Study Area Practice Field Tennis Courts TO BUTTERFIELD ROAD PARK BOULEVARD TO ROOSEVELT ROAD Produced by mapformation for College of DuPage. Last updated March Fawell Boulevard Glen Ellyn, Illinois (630) Buildings BIC Rodney K. Berg Instructional Center CHC Culinary & Hospitality Center EC Early Childhood Center GH Greenhouse HEC Homeland Security Education Center HSC Health and Science Center MAC PEC SCC SRC SSC TEC Harold D. McAninch Arts Center Physical Education Center Seaton Computing Center Student Resource Center Student Services Center Technical Education Center Parking Accessible Bus Stop Employee V Guest/30-Minute Motorcycle Shipping and Receiving Located on second floor of the BIC/SRC/SSC building intersection REGISTRATION HELP Need assistance registering? In-person registration is available on the Glen Ellyn campus and at all four College of DuPage Regional Centers: Addison Carol Stream Naperville Westmont Please visit myaccess.cod.edu to register for classes and make your tuition payment. Register Online myaccess.cod.edu

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