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2 Housatonic Community College s Continuing Education Department offers affordable, fast-track, and high-quality non-credit courses and certification programs. HOW TO REGISTER To learn more visit our website! Simply print out the registration form (located on the inside back cover) and mail, fax, phone, or deliver in-person along with your payment as shown below: By Phone Call us during office hours with credit card information to complete registration: (office hours are listed on the back cover) By Mail Mail your registration form along with check or credit card information to: Housatonic Community College Continuing Education 900 Lafayette Blvd. Bridgeport, CT By Fax Fax your registration form along with credit card information to: In-Person Drop off your registration form along with check, credit card, money order, or cash to: 900 Lafayette Boulevard, Bridgeport, CT Beacon Hall Room 274 (Second Floor) STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES FORWARD Program The FORWARD program offers FREE student support services, including resume writing assistance, interview techniques, career advising/goal setting, resiliency workshops, internships, and job placement assistance. For more information about what it means to be a FORWARD student, visit Beacon Hall-Room 335, or call (203) Look for this symbol to see if an offering is in the FORWARD program. FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE WIA Workforce Investment Act scholarships are available to adults and dislocated workers who meet income and other guidelines, and who need training to be competitive in today s workplace. To find out if you qualify, please contact your nearest American Job Center (formerly CTWorks) at , or visit Look for this symbol to see if an offering is WIA approved. The Workplace s Health CareeRx Academy The Southwestern Connecticut Health CareeRx Academy provides no cost training and support to help participants get a career in the growing healthcare field. To see if you qualify, please contact The Workplace at , or visit Look for this symbol to see if an offering is Health CareeRx Academy approved. 2

3 ALLIED HEALTHCARE Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) This program prepares students to work in long term care facilities, hospitals, and private duty. The course is a 120-hour program, consisting of classroom instruction, lab, and practical hands-on training. Housatonic Community College s program prepares students for the State of Connecticut s Certification to practice as a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA). Students will learn to deliver all aspects of personal care to patients under the supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN). Fee includes textbook, uniform, and certification exam. CRN 1759 Fee: $1, Weeks Lecture 1/12-2/8 Mon. & Wed. 9:00am 1:00pm LH B125 Lab 1/13-1/30 Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 9:00am 1:00pm LH A208 Clinical 2/3-2/19 Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 7:00am 12:00pm Lord Chamberlain, Stratford, CT Review 2/23-2/25 Mon. & Wed. 9:00am 1:00pm LH A208 CRN 1760 Fee: $1, Weeks Lecture 3/9-4/8 Mon. & Wed. 9:00am 1:00pm LH B125 Lab 3/10-3/27 Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 9:00am 1:00pm LH A208 Clinical 3/31-4/16 Tues., Thurs., & Fri. 7:00am 12:00pm Lord Chamberlain, Stratford, CT Review 4/20-4/22 Mon. & Wed. 9:00am 1:00pm LH A208 CRN 1761 Fee: $1, Weeks Lecture 1/26-4/9 Tues. & Thurs. 6:00pm 8:00pm LH B125 Lab 1/31-3/7 Saturdays 8:00am 2:30pm LH A208 Clinical 3/14-4/18 Saturdays 7:00am 1:30pm Lord Chamberlain, Stratford, CT Review 4/14-4/15 Tues. & Thurs. 6:00pm 8:00pm LH A208 Patient Care Technician Certification (PCT) A Patient Care Technician is a multi-skilled healthcare worker who initially earns a Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) certification and then gains additional skills to perform routine patient care treatments including lab tests, EKG s, dressing changes, acute care, patient safety, and phlebotomy. CRN 1764 Fee: $2, Weeks Lecture 3/2-6/1 Mon. & Wed. 4:00pm 6:30pm LH A208 Lab 5/9-6/20 Tuesdays 8:30am 3:00pm Bridgeport Hospital Exam Review 6/22-6/24 Mon., Tues., Wed. 4:00pm 7:20pm LH A208 Exam 6/30 Wednesday Time and Location TBD Pharmacy Technician Certification This course is a pre-certification course to prepare students for the official Pharmacy Technician certification exam. This comprehensive, 60-hour course will prepare students for an entry level position in a pharmacy, hospital, or long-term care setting. During this course, students will receive an excellent review for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) national certification exam. Prerequisites: basic math and algebra is required in order to calculate pharmaceutical calculations for this course. Fee includes books, materials and national certification exam. CRN 1727 Fee: $1, Weeks Tuesdays & Wednesdays 2/24-5/5 6:30pm - 9:30pm BH 271 Register Today! (203)

4 To learn more visit our website! Certified Professional Coder A Certified Professional Coder translates a healthcare provider s analysis and procedural phrases into codes, or alpha numeric designations. It is necessary for CPC s to understand health records and their content in order to conduct proper research and provide the correct coding. With five required courses, individuals will become Certified Professional Coders. Students will learn medical language, terminology, abbreviations, the basics of biology and anatomy, and overall guidelines for coding. The program also includes a review for the CPC exam, an advanced coding workshop, and a mock CPC exam. Students are eligible to take the exam, administered at Housatonic Community College, after completion of the Medical Coding courses. Sequence of Courses: Medical Terminology (online) Human Anatomy and Biology Medical Coding CPT Medical Coding ICD-9 and HCPC CPC Exam Review & Exam Medical Terminology 1 In this online course, students will learn the medical language, terminology, and abbreviations used by physicians. An overview of diseases of the human body includes discussion of possible causes and cures. All students must have their own home personal computer with internet access. CRN 1728 Fee: $195 6 Weeks Online 1/12-2/26 Human Anatomy & Biology Throughout this course, students will be presented with a general survey of the anatomy and physiology of 10 human body organ systems including skeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, digestion, and reproduction. In addition, there will be an overview of selected associated human diseases including discussion of the biology of cancer. CRN 1731 Fee: $195 7 Weeks Mondays & Thursdays 1/12-3/5 5:30pm - 8:30pm LH B113 Medical Coding CPT Medical coding is the use of procedural codes that describe medical services and procedures performed by physicians. Coding is used in hospitals, doctors offices, dentists offices, nursing homes, insurance companies, government agencies, and many more settings. CPT is strictly outpatient coding and is the major coding skill for most job positions. There are codes for every area and speciality in the medical field such as anesthesia, surgical, medicine specialties, radiology, durable medical equipment, and pathology and visit codes. Students will learn the concept of assigning a code, the purpose for using modifiers, how to support the proper CPT code with the ICD-9 codes, and how to prepare themselves for the CPC exam. Prerequisite: Medical Terminology & Orientation to Human Anatomy and Biology. CRN 1747 Fee: $525 7 Weeks Mondays & Thursdays 3/23-4/30 5:30pm - 9:00pm BH 319 Medical Coding ICD-9 and HCPC This course emphasizes the basic transformation of verbal descriptions of diseases, injuries, and procedures into numeric designations (coding) by the provider rendering medical care. Today medical codes are utilized to facilitate payment of health services to evaluate utilization patterns and to study the appropriateness of healthcare costs. To be fairly and adequately reimbursed in a timely fashion by third party payers, physicians and their reimbursement specialists must understand and correctly use these codes. Upon successful completion of this course, students will understand and list the purpose of the ICD9- CM, apply coding conventions when assigning codes, and identify characteristics of Vol. 1 & 2. Students will also gain further knowledge and understanding of coding as it applies to all body systems. Prerequisite: Medical Coding CPT. CRN 1748 Fee: $445 5 Weeks Mondays & Thursdays 5/4-6/8 5:30pm - 9:00pm BH 319 CPC Exam Review & Exam Students will use the advanced coding knowledge they have acquired to code operative reports, emergency department reports, discharge summaries, clinic and office chart notes, radiology reports, and CT scan reports. Mock CPC exams will be taken to improve understanding of guidelines and timing in preparation for the actual exam. Students with satisfactory completion of the Medical Coding course will be eligible to take the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam. The exam fee is in addition to the course fee. The instructor will provide information for exam payment and membership. CRN 1749 Fee: $495 5 Weeks Mondays & Thursdays 6/15-7/16 5:30pm - 9:00pm BH 319 4

5 Community Health Worker A Community Health Worker (CHW) is a frontline public health worker who has a close understanding of the community he or she serves. CHWs help individuals, families, groups, and communities develop access to resources, including health insurance, food, housing, and quality care. MEDICAL CODING ICD-10-CM This ICD-10 course will prepare all coders to learn and/or be re-tested on ICD-10 diagnoses codes before the October 1, 2015 deadline. The AAPC and AHIMA are requiring all coders to be ICD-10 certified in order to keep their CPC certification as this October 1st deadline mandates the national use of ICD-10 coding for all diagnoses in the US. Students will learn the basic structure of the ICD-10 code including but not limited to, the category of disease, etiology of disease, body parts affected, severity of the illness, as well as how to code a physician s progress notes, operative notes, etc. The ICD-10 exam is 75 questions and 3.5 hours long. Prerequisite: AAPC s Certified Professional Coder (CPC) credential needed. CRN 1750 Fee: $495 6 Weeks Tuesdays & Thursdays 2/3-3/12 5:30pm - 9:00pm BH 319 Coming Soon: CPC-H The CPC-H s allow the coder the ability to assign accurate medical codes for diagnoses, procedures, and outpatient services and therapies. This course will facilitate the development of proficiencies in the CPT book coding rules and regulations along with keeping current on issues regarding medical coding, compliance and reimbursement under outpatient grouping systems. A trained coding professional can better handle issues such as medical necessity, claims denials, bundling issues and charge capture. The CMS 1500 for ASC services and UB04 for outpatient services are the claim forms used in billing. The Medical terminology (online) and Introduction to Human Anatomy and Biology courses are prerequisites. Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialists (CMRS) are skilled in facilitating the claims paying process from the time a service is rendered by a healthcare provider until the balance is paid. The CMRS is knowledgeable in ICD-9, ICD-10, CPT4 and HCPCS Coding, Medical Terminology, insurance claims and billing, appeals and denials, fraud and abuse, HIPAA, OIG Compliance, information and web technology, reimbursement, and much more. CMRS billers play a critical role in a healthcare provider s daily business operations. This course prepares students to take the CMRS certification exam, which is awarded by the Certifying Board of the American Medical Billing Association (CBAMBA). CRN 1751 Fee: $ Weeks Tuesdays 3/24-6/9 5:30pm - 9:00pm BH 319 The program consists of 120 hours of lecture, an 8-hour Mental Health First Aid Certification training, along with an optional internship experience. The program will prepare students to perform a wide range of activities to increase the community s health knowledge and self-sufficiency, including outreach, community education, informal counseling, social support, and advocacy. Students will also learn how to make home visits to chronically ill patients, pregnant women and nursing mothers, individuals at high risk of health problems, and the elderly. Fee includes the textbook. CRN 1158 Fee: $ Weeks Mon/Tue/Wed/Thurs 1/12-4/7 5:30pm - 8:30pm BH 133 Register Today! (203)

6 To learn more visit our website! EMT The EMT program is a State of CT OEMS and National Registered approved course. This course covers CPR, AED, basic life support skills, medical legal issues, medical, pediatric and respiratory emergencies, and patient assessment. EMS and ambulance operations, as well as, disaster management, trauma, extrication, hazardous materials, mass casualty incidents, and proper documentation including Hippa components are also covered. After the successful completion of this course, students will be eligible to take both the National Registry practical skills exam and the written exam, which combined will result in a State of Connecticut EMT certification for passing scores. This course will also certify the student in the American Heart certification for BLS-C, CPR and AED. This course requires field observation time, which will be done with working ambulance personnel, and requires an extensive amount of reading comprehension and skills competency. Fee $ Starts February 9th Call for more info! TEAS V Exam Prep This course serves as a review for the materials covered in the TEAS V Nursing Entrance Exam, commonly required for admission into Connecticut State Community College nursing programs. Subjects such as English, grammar and sentence structure, biology, chemistry, earth science, and mathematics will be covered for exam preparation. Textbook and exam fee not included in fee. CRN 1757 Fee: $199 8 Weeks Thursdays 3/12-5/7 5:30pm - 9:30pm BH 125 Coming Soon: EKG Technician Students will gain basic knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the heart and an understanding of heart function. This course will cover patient information input into the Electrocardiogram (EKG) equipment, as well as proper preparation and lead placement for obtaining an accurate clear electrocardiogram. This course includes 21 hours of classroom instruction and 21 hours of practical training. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a certificate and be eligible for a national certification examination offered by the National Healthcareer Association. Call for more info! Coming Soon: Phlebotomy This program prepares students to perform phlebotomy in healthcare facilities and consists of 45 hours of classroom instruction, plus 30 hours of hands-on training in a clinical setting. Classroom instruction includes anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, legal implications to phlebotomy, blood collection equipment/supplies, specimen collection, and processing. For clinicals, students will need appropriate attire as specified in the class outline. Following successful course completion, students will receive an HCC certificate and be eligible to take the National Phlebotomy Certification exam via the National Healthcareer Association. Call for more info! BASIC SKILLS 6 GED Prep This class is a preparation course to prepare students for the GED High School Equivalency Test. This GED course includes a semester of writing, reading, and mathematics. A pretest for acceptance into the GED class is not required for enrollment. However,

7 QuickBooks Through hands-on training, students learn how to create a QuickBooks company and chart of accounts to suit individual needs. They also become familiar with features that automate accounting functions, such as bank account reconciliations, invoicing customers, receiving payments, making deposits, writing checks, assigning expenses to specific accounts, setting up inventory, and paying sales tax. a pretest will be administered on the first day of class for instructional purposes. Please register early, as limited seating for students is available. Information about the GED exam and where to take this exam will be discussed during the GED prep course. Textbook not included in fee. CRN 1720 Fee: $129 5 Weeks Mondays & Wednesdays 2/2-3/9 5:30pm - 8:30pm LH B125 CRN 1721 Fee: $129 5 Weeks Mondays & Wednesdays 3/30-4/29 5:30pm - 8:30pm LH B125 BUSINESS Introduction to Microsoft Office For those of you who are beginners and new to the computer or are planning to return to the workforce, this introductory course provides a quick overview to the applications in the Microsoft Office Suite. In Word, students will learn the basics of creating, naming, editing, and printing documents. Students will learn basic formatting, margin setting, as well as cutting/copying/pasting. In Excel, students will create a spreadsheet with formulas and create graphs. In PowerPoint, students will use their presentations skills to create a slide show. To wrap the class up, students will learn how to integrate the packages together and will participate in a discussion on file management to keep organized! National Certified Bookkeeper Whether you have limited bookkeeping experience or several years under your belt, there s always time to become certified. The Certified Bookkeeper (CB) designation, awarded by the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers, demonstrates an individual s skills and knowledge in all bookkeeping functions. This program prepares students to take the Certified Bookkeeping (CB) exam through the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers. CRN 1719 Fee: $ Weeks Mondays & Wednesdays 2/2-5/4 6:00pm - 9:30pm LH B123 CRN 1718 Fee: $89 1 Week Tuesday & Thursday 3/17-3/19 6:00pm-9:00pm BH 330 Coming Soon: Security Guard Training Public Act # now mandates that all State of Connecticut security officers complete an 8-hour training course for certification. The course provides an overview of private security, public safety issues, search and seizure, use of force, basic criminal justice, and basic first aid. Upon successful completion, students may apply for a Security Officer Identification Card from the State of Connecticut. Students are required to bring a state of CT-issued photo ID. Register Today! (203) CRN 1752 Fee: $295 5 Weeks Saturdays 1/31-2/28 9:00am - 1:00pm BH 319 7

8 To learn more visit our website! COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND NETWORKING CompTIA A+ The CompTIA A+ certification is the starting point for a career in IT. This course prepares students for the industry-recognized certification and covers all topics related to the CompTIA A and exams, including the maintenance of PCs, mobile devices, laptops, operating systems, and printers. Students will obtain the knowledge required to assemble components based on customer requirements, install, configure and maintain devices, PCs, and software for end users, understand the basics of networking and security/forensics, properly and safely diagnose, resolve, and document common hardware and software issues while applying troubleshooting skills. Students will be able to provide appropriate customer support and will understand the basics of virtualization, desktop imaging, and deployment. Fee includes textbook, exam vouchers, and computer repair kits. CRN 1762 Fee: $ Weeks Saturdays 2/7-5/9 9:00am - 3:30pm BH 366 CompTIA Network+ The CompTIA Network+ certification is the sign of a qualified networking professional. This course prepares students for the industry-recognized certification and covers all topics related to the CompTIA Network+ N exam, including network communication using the OSI model, network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management, and security. Fee includes the textbook and an exam voucher. CRN 1754 Fee: $ Weeks Mondays & Wednesdays 2/2-4/27 6:30pm - 9:30pm BH 366 MANUFACTURING CNC Programming and Setup This CNC class is flexible and specifically designed to capitalize on your employees existing knowledge and skills at any level. Since every student entering the class has a different experience, the class content is modular and can be utilized to support any student in improving their skills. CNC programming content includes basic G and M code definitions and functions, part design to X, Y, and Z coordinate procedures and mathematics, proper program structure and development for Fanuc, Haas and other G code controls, multi-tool programming, basic and advanced feed and speed calculations and 2-3 and 4 axis programming. CNC Setup includes powering up and troubleshooting the machine, CNC tooling use and identification, establishing part and tool offsets, use of basic fixtures and work holding devices, offset management and setup and nesting of parts. Equipment includes Haas Tool Room Lathe and Haas Tool Room Mill, Quasar CNC Mill with Fanuc OM control and Leadwell CNC with Fanuc OM control. Fee: $599 8 Weeks Monday & Wednesdays 1/26-3/23 5:30pm-8:30pm Manufacturing Center Solidworks Solidworks is a feature based, parametric solid modeling design tool used in the common Windows operating system. Learn how to build parametric models of parts and assemblies and make simple fully dimensioned drawings of those parts and assemblies. Your 3-D solid models are fully associative, meaning if you change a dimension on the print, the part and assembly update automatically. Students will need a 2-gig flash drive. Fee includes the textbook. Fee: $ Weeks Tuesdays & Thursdays 1/27-3/5 6:00pm-9:00pm Manufacturing Center Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing This program offers an in-depth understanding of geometric dimensioning and tolerancing concepts as adopted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Course content includes dimensioning and tolerancing, an introduction to symbols, terms, and computer-aided design and drafting, datums, material conditions symbols, tolerances of form and profile, tolerances of orientation and runout, location tolerances, and virtual condition. Fee includes the textbook. Fee: $ Weeks Tuesdays & Thursdays 2/4-3/13 5:30pm-8:30pm Manufacturing Center 8

9 HOSPITALITY S.M.A.R.T. Professional Bartending Certification Learn how to shake, stir, strain, and pour! Learn how to make special shots, highball drinks, cocktails, and tropical drinks. In addition to mixing drinks, this professional Bartending course also includes the state and national SMART certification (Servers and Managers Alcohol Responsibility Training) recognized by the Connecticut Department of Liquor Control and police departments. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be qualified to work in any environment that serves liquor, including restaurants, clubs, hotels, and catering companies. Students will receive both a certificate of completion and the SMART certification. Prerequisite: Must be 18 years of age and provide a license or picture ID with date of birth. CRN 1726 Fee: $295 2 Weeks Saturdays 3/7-3/14 8:00am - 4:00pm LH A101 HEALTH, FITNESS, AND RECREATION Personal Trainer National Certification Whether a career move, or for your own personal knowledge, get all the information you need to become a Certified Personal Trainer. This course is formatted as a 62-hour program and is comprised of 16 hours of lecture, 16 hours of practical training and a 30-hour internship. It covers topics including biomechanics, exercise physiology, fitness testing, equipment usage and health assessment. CPR/AED is needed to receive the certificate. W.I.T.S. is the only major certifying body in the country providing comprehensive practical training and internship components. Textbook is required and not included in course fees. CRN 1753 Fee: $599 9 Weeks Sundays 2/22-5/3 11:45am - 2:15pm LH B212 Grow Your Brain This program is specifically designed to increase your brain capacity through various forms of brain exercises. You can sharpen your mental and intellectual capacity as you work through structured exercises to improve brain function. You may also become more competitive in today s challenging job market. Also, if you have ever participated in contact sports, suffered from drug or alcohol addiction, or had a traumatic brain injury, this program can be especially beneficial to you. Fee: $49 16 Weeks Wednesdays 1/21-5/6 6:00pm-7:30pm Safe Boating/PWC Certification Become certified to operate a recreational vessel with this complete and basic, safe boating certification course taught in one 8-hour day. Successful completion will allow the student to obtain a Connecticut Certificate of Personal Watercraft Operation, which enables them to operate recreational vessels up to 65 feet in length, including jet skis. This course is approved by the State of Connecticut, NASBLA, and recognized by the US Coast Guard. CRN 1755 Fee: $25 2 Weeks Monday & Wednesday 3/30-3/13 6:00pm - 9:00pm LH A101 CRN 1756 Fee: $25 2 Weeks Monday & Wednesday 4/27-5/4 6:00pm - 9:00pm LH A101 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ESL for Families ESL for Families offers parents and their children the opportunity to come together to practice real-life scenarios with everyday matters, such as school meetings, doctor appointments, and motor vehicle department visits. Families will grow closer as their communications improve, and children can more readily communicate with parents using the English language. CRN 1725 Fee: $ Weeks Saturdays 1/31-4/18 9:00am - 1:00pm BH 125 ESL Level 1 Essentials of English in the USA This course offers a basic understanding of the English language. The focus of this course will be on basic conversation and reading real-life stories. CRN 1722 Fee: $ Weeks Mondays 1/26-4/13 6:30pm - 9:30pm BH 136 ESL Level 2 ESL for Everyday Life This course focuses on all elements of learning English using exercises to focus on speaking/listening, effective communication, reading/ writing, and more! Real-life scenarios with role-playing practice make this a fun, engaging class. CRN 1723 Fee: $ Weeks Tuesdays 1/27-4/7 6:30pm - 9:30pm BH 136 ESL Level 3 ESL for Experienced Learners This course provides overall advancement of English skills with emphasis on English expression both verbally and literally with strong emphasis on writing as well as an introduction to speaking in public. CRN 1724 Fee: $ Weeks Tuesdays 1/27-4/7 6:30pm - 9:30pm BH 265 Register Today! (203)

10 Additional Housatonic Community College Offerings In Addition to Continuing Education Courses, HCC Offers Over 60 Associate Degree and Certificate Programs Invest in Your Future Without Breaking the Bank HCC remains the most affordable college in the region. Affordability can be enhanced by generous financial aid. Start at HCC, Finish at a Four-Year College Transfer with ease to a Connecticut State University or choose one of the private colleges on our transfer agreement list. Choose a Field That s Right For You! At Housatonic Community College you can pursue a career in business, healthcare, manufacturing, education, criminal justice, computers and more. HCC also offers honors programs to enrich your learning experience. A Community That Offers Personalized Support and Services Faculty, staff, and administrators work together to ensure that each student has the opportunity to succeed. For more information about an associate degree or certificate program, contact Admissions. Admissions Office 900 Lafayette Boulevard Bridgeport, CT Lafayette Hall, Room A106 (203) Associate Degrees Accounting Aviation Banking Behavioral & Social Sciences Business Administration Business Office Technology Computer Information Computer Science Criminal Justice Early Childhood Inclusive Education Engineering Science General Studies Human Services Journalism/Communications Mathematics/Science Medical Assisting Nursing Occupational Therapy Assistant Physical Therapy Assistant Pre-Engineering Science Pre-Environmental Science Psychology Transfer Concentration Teaching Technology Studies Theater Arts Visual Arts Art, Graphic Design, or Multimedia Certificates Business Computer Information Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education English as a Second Language Graphics Health Careers Human Services Manufacturing Math/Science To enroll in one of the above associate degree or certificate programs you must go through the college application process. To apply, visit, or apply in person in Lafayette Hall, Room A

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12 Housatonic Community College Continuing Education 900 Lafayette Boulevard Bridgeport, CT Beacon Hall, Second Floor, Room 274 (203) Continuing Education Office Hours: Monday Thursday: 8:00am-6:00pm Friday: 8:00am-5:00pm Closed Weekends and All State Holidays Statement of Non-Discrimination Housatonic Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, ancestry, present or past history of mental disorder, learning disability or physical disability, political belief, veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic information or criminal record. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Director of Human Resources/Equal Employment Opportunity Officer /Title IX, Mrs. Theresa Eisenbach (Room LH-A201C, phone ); and Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Dr. Avis Hendrickson (Room LH-A110, phone ); Housatonic Community College; 900 Lafayette Boulevard, Bridgeport, CT CONTINUING EDUCATION SPRING 2015 NON-CREDIT COURSE SCHEDULE