A Message from the Vice President for Academic Affairs

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2 Dr. Frances Hendrix As Vice President for Academic Affairs, I welcome you to Rose State College, your community college of choice. Become a part of a diverse and vibrant college community that is committed to student success. Explore a wide range of programs to fit your educational goals and your busy schedule. Choose to complete the first two years of a baccalaureate degree, prepare for a career, update your skills, or pursue your lifelong dreams. Become a part of our continuing success story and join a community of students who are reaching their life goals through higher education. Reach beyond your expectations at Rose State College. A Message from the Vice President for Academic Affairs Rose State College is your Community College of Choice for 2015 and beyond! See the Rose State College Internet Home Page:

3 Table Of Contents Admissions Enrollment 1 Important Dates Important Phone Numbers 2 Application Procedure 3 Methods for Completing High School Curricular Requirements 4 Ways to Enroll 4 College Communication with Student 5 General Enrollment Questions and Answers Tuition and Financial Aid 6-7 Schedule of Tuition and Fees 8 Financial Aid Student Services 98 Raider Rush 98 Tutoring 98 Career Services 98 Veterans Information Off-Campus and Partnership Programs 99 University of Oklahoma ROTC 99 Tinker Air Force Base College Services Directory 102 Advisor Directory 103 Enrollment Planning Form 9-34 SUMMER Interim Session Schedule Critical Dates 11 1 st 4 Weeks 12 8 Weeks 13 2 nd 4 Weeks Class Schedule Schedule of Classes 30 Final Examinations Schedules Internet Classes 34 Hybrid Classes FALL Interim Session Schedule Critical Dates 37 1 st 8 Weeks Weeks 39 2 nd 8 Weeks Class Schedule Schedule of Classes Final Examinations Schedules Fast Track Program Internet Classes Hybrid Classes 93 Community Learning Center 86 Honors Classes 86 Learning Community 94 Saturday Courses 95 Concurrent Enrollment 96 RSC/Career Technology Centers Cooperative Alliance Program Class Schedule 97 Foundation Scholarships

4 ROSE STATE COLLEGE S COMMITMENT TO STUDENTS AND THE COMMUNITY MISSION As a public and open admission institution that grants associate degrees, Rose State College provides higher education programs and services intended to foster lifelong learning for a diverse population. VISION Supporting, serving and advancing the common good sustaining and advancing a tradition of excellence. VALUES Learning The College is a learner-centered institution that regards students as partners in the learning process and supports them in meeting their educational goals. Excellence - In its commitment to excellence, the College establishes high standards designed to promote and sustain learning in an innovative environment, thereby honoring the trust of its internal and external stakeholders. Integrity - The College maintains fair, honest, accurate, and consistent policies and procedures to assure credibility and accountability. Service - The College builds lasting relationships with the communities it serves recognizing the unique opportunity it has to positively impact the lives of both students and the greater citizenry. Important Dates Enrollment for Summer 2015 Sessions: Returning Students March 30 All Students April 6 Last Day To Enroll: Interim Session Prior to First Class Meeting 1st 4-Week Session June 2 8-Week Session June 3 2nd 4-Week Session June 30 Enrollment for Fall 2015 Sessions: Returning Students March 30 All Students April 6 Last Day To Enroll: Interim Session Prior to First Class Meeting 1st 8-Week Session August Week Session August 21 2nd 8-Week Session October 15 Special Saturday Enrollment Date for Fall 2015 Semester: August 15, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Important Telephone Numbers Office of Admissions and Records Toll Free Number Diversity - Acknowledging the value of diverse backgrounds and perspectives, the College is a place of diversity, civility, and collegiality, and celebrates the benefits of mutual learning and growth from all. 1

5 Admissions Application Procedure Submit an application for admission to the Office of Admissions and Records online, in person, or by mail. (High school junior and senior concurrent students should contact their high school counselor prior to submitting an application.) Enrollment for new students begins April 6, DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS enrolling beyond 9 credit hours will need to provide official transcripts and the ACT or an acceptable battery of tests. Students applying for Financial Aid must meet degree-seeking criteria. NON DEGREE-SEEKING STUDENTS may enroll in no more than 9 credit hours without official transcripts. Enrollment Procedures Accuracy of the student s schedule of classes is the student s responsibility. After admissions procedures have been fulfilled, students will report to an advisor to complete the following procedures: 1. Review, with advisor assistance, the curricular requirements for program completion and assessment requirements for course selection and select a major. 2. Report to the Student Services Building Testing Center for placement testing, if necessary. Return to advisor to review testing results. 3. Receive a computer copy of course schedule with enrollment fee payment information. Advisement Areas New students (no prior college anywhere) & Undecided majors Business and Information Technology majors Engineering and Science majors Health Sciences majors Humanities majors Social Sciences majors Student Services Building, Room 100 Military or Civilian Personnel at TAFB Business Building, Room 107 Science and Math Building, Room 110A Health Sciences Center, Room 101 Humanities Building, Room 107 Social Sciences Building, Room 127 Active duty military personnel and civilian employees of Tinker Air Force Base may complete the admissions and enrollment procedures in the TAFB Education Service Center, Building 201SE, at 1st and C Avenue, with the Rose State College Counselor; or they may report to the Office of Admissions and Records at Rose State College to complete the admissions procedures. For additional information, call Students In Good Academic Standing 1. Report to the appropriate advisement area for registration beginning March 30, 2015, for Summer and Fall 2015 semester or enroll self-advised online. 2. Report to Business Office, Cashier s Window, for payment of fees; or you may pay by mail. Students on Suspension 1. Report to the Office of Admissions and Records (Administration Building 100) in order to obtain a form permitting enrollment. 2. Proceed to the appropriate advisement area (see list above) for enrollment. 3. Report to Business Office, Cashier s Window, for payment of fees; or you may pay by mail. All English-As-A-Second-Language Students Report to the Office of Admissions and Records for Immigration status verification. This applies to all returning students and new students. For additional information, please contact the Assistant Director of Admissions in the Office of Admissions and Records, AD 100. Any student for whom English is a second language will be required to present a minimum score of 61 on the Internetbased TOEFL exam (173 on the computer-based exam or a 500 on the paper-based exam) or score a 5.5 or higher on the IELTS examination for admission. SCORES MUST BE AVAILABLE BEFORE ENROLLMENT. Admission will be made on an individual basis for students previously enrolled at Rose State College or any other college or university. Appointment scheduling for TOEFL testing is available by calling the Candidate Services Call Center at GO TOEFL. TOEFL test scores will be mailed to Rose State College by entering the institution code number 6559 on your score request form. For information regarding the IELTS exam, please visit ACT Test National ACT Tests are available FEBRUARY, APRIL, JUNE, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER, and DECEMBER. ACT Residual testing may be scheduled. (Please note: ACT Residual is only valid for the college where it is taken.) For more information, and to schedule a test date, contact the Testing Center, Student Services Building Room 210, phone

6 METHODS FOR COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL CURRICULAR REQUIREMENTS Students admitted to Rose State College who are pursuing Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degrees must meet all high school curricular requirements within the first twenty-four credit hours attempted; if curricular requirements are not removed within the first twenty-four credit hours, their enrollment will be limited to deficiency removal courses only. (Zero-level courses are not counted in the twenty-four hours.) Transfer students with deficiencies must meet all their curricular requirements within the first twenty-four (24) credit hours (total coursework attempted at any institution) or their enrollment will be limited to curricular deficiency removal courses only. Probation transfer students must meet all deficiencies by the first (12) twelve credit hours. Shown below are the ways that a student may remove a curricular deficiency and the restrictions that apply to that method. 1. ACT Test Scores English 19 Science 19 Math Satisfactory Scores on Locally Administered Placement Tests English Sentence Skills Test Math College Level Math Test Science Reading Comprehension and Algebra * Students may test twice during each enrollment period. Spring is one enrollment period. Summer and Fall combined are one enrollment period. 3. Deficiency Removal Classes English ENGL 0123, Fundamentals of English Science SCI 0123, Concepts of Science Math MATH 0143, Intermediate Algebra History/Citizenship Two college-level courses from the following prefixes: ECON, GEOG, HIST (The additional history class may be used to satisfy one of the student s Humanities or Liberal Arts and Sciences requirements for General Education), POLS or from courses the College has designated as +Non-Western Culture: ENGL 2233, Literature of the American Indian; HIST 2503, History of Native Americans; HIST 2543, History of the Five Civilized Tribes; PHIL 2203, Religious Philosophy of the World Other For each deficiency identified in this area, a collegelevel course (minimum of three-credit-hour courses) from CIT, ECON, FREN, GERM, GEOG, POLS (except POLS 1113), RUSS, and SPAN or from the Non-Western Culture courses: ENGL 2233, HIST 2503, HIST 2543, and PHIL Courses that have a cultural base other than Greco-Roman/European Transferring Into An Associate In Arts Or Associate In Science Program Students with curricular deficiencies may not transfer from an Associate in Applied Science degree program into an Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, or a Baccalaureate degree program until all of the high school deficiencies have been removed. Performance Proficiency In English, Mathematics, Science, And Reading ACT subscores of 19 in the four subject areas of English, mathematics, science, and reading are used as a firstcut in determining student readiness for college. If a student scores below 19 in the tested discipline area, (s)he will be required to remediate in that area, or, consistent with the institution s approved assessment policy, undergo additional testing to determine his/her level of readiness for college-level work. Following examination, students found under-prepared for college-level work will be required to successfully complete the appropriate remediation. Students who lack two (2) performance proficiencies must enroll in EDUC 1103, Educational Planning. Computer Proficiency Students majoring in transfer degree programs will be required to demonstrate computer proficiency before graduation. Demonstration of proficiency will include the following skills: Defining and properly using common computer terminology Installing, saving, and organizing information stored on a computer Using a Windows environment Operating software for word processing, spreadsheets, and database management Using the Internet Demonstrating how to use computers to perform a task or solve a problem by defining appropriate applications of hardware and software Successful completion of any 3 credit hour on-line course. Graduates may demonstrate these competencies using one of several alternatives. Please see the Rose State College catalog (page 42) for a list of alternatives. 3

7 Enrollment WAYS TO ENROLL AT ROSE STATE COLLEGE RSC will make every attempt to implement this class schedule and related activities as printed. However, various circumstances could necessitate changes in scheduling, and/ or professors, or dates, which will be at the discretion of the College administration. Students should check for schedule changes in OASIS. ADVISED ENROLLMENT Academic Advisor-assisted Enrollment- Required for new students, and students on probation, suspension or academic notice. Students may consult with academic advisors in the Student Services Building, Room 100, or in Academic Divisions. (See page 2 for advisement areas.) INDEPENDENT ENROLLMENT for returning students in good academic standing who are prepared to self-advise. Internet Enrollment-Web enrollment available on RSC web site! A valid student I.D. number and password are required. Course availability and student records can also be accessed online. Check the RSC web site at STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY Enroll Early! Avoid The Stress Of Closed Classes And Long Lines! Accuracy of the student s schedule of classes is the student s responsibility. The student is also responsible for processing withdrawals and changes in enrollment. A student begins this process by reporting to the office of Academic Advisement or the appropriate division advisor. Requests from individuals with disabilities should be made one week in advance by contacting the Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator. For access to campus events, programs, and services, call For classroom accommodations, call College Communication with Student Electronic communication is the official means for communication to the students of Rose State College. The College will send communications to students via Rose State College and will expect that those communications are received and read in a timely manner. Thus, all Rose State College students are issued a student account. The College will direct all electronic communications to the college-issued address. Students should monitor the College-assigned student account on a frequent and consistent basis in order to remain informed. STUDENT Log in Instructions To log in to your college account, go to mail.raider. rose.edu in your web browser. Your student address is in the format If you have both a first and last name in common with another student, to avoid duplicate addresses, a sequenced number will follow the name in the address. To verify your address, you may need to log into the OASIS system and navigate within OASIS following the path SA Self Service» Personal Portfolio» Home» Personal Portfolio. Under Contact Information, click the Addresses link to view your assigned address. Your username is the part of your address before symbol. You must use your full address to log in. Your initial password is your birth date in MMDDYYYY format. Note that the system requires you to change your password on the first log in. EXAMPLE: John Smith Born on July 1, Username: Password: For assistance or information, go to and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Student Log in. Scroll to the Student Log in section. For assistance contact Information Technology at or call the Office of Student Activities at

8 FAQ GENERAL ENROLLMENT QUESTIONS & ANSWERS What is the first step to enrolling? Complete an admission application and turn it in at the Office of Admissions and Records. First-time students will be directed to Placement Testing, if required, or directly to Academic Advisement (SSB) to speak with an academic advisor. Note: Bring official transcripts. Returning students go to their major academic advisor. (Students will not need to submit the admission application again unless they have missed two or more consecutive semesters at Rose State College.) Students transferring to Rose State College will go to the academic advisor for the division of their major. Where can an individual get an application for admission? An admission application can be obtained on the RSC web site (http://www.rose.edu), the Office of Admissions and Records (Administration Building, first floor, ), and/or Student Welcome Center (SSB 107, ). When is the Office of Admissions and Records open? 8 a.m. 7 p.m., Monday; 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday; and 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Friday. Academic Divisions are open until 7:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Where does a student get scholarship information? Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships (SSB 200 or and RSC Foundation (http:// Where do students get information about courses offered on the Internet? Both Internet and hybrid courses are listed separately on distinct pages within the Schedule. They are also listed in the all-course listing and identified by footnote. Students may refer to and for further information. How does a student enroll for an Internet course? Students enroll in Internet and hybrid courses using the same procedure as for traditional courses. For assistance, please see the Academic Advisement page at: which includes contact information and links to online enrollment instructions. How do students transfer credits from other colleges? To transfer credits to Rose State College, a student needs to bring his/her official transcripts to the Office of Admissions and Records. Where are the information desks located? Administration lobby, Learning Resources Center lobby, and Student Center, Room 114. Where do Veteran students get VA information? The Veteran Student Services office located in the Student Services Building (SSB 100T). Where does a student get a photo ID? In Student Services Building Room 100. Where does a student get a parking hang tag? Cashier s window in the Administration Building (Note: Know your tag number). How can a student tell how many credit hours a course is worth? The last digit of the course number indicates the number of credit hours. (e.g., English 1113 would equal 3 credit hours.) How many hours are needed for full-time status? A student is considered full-time when enrolled in 12 or more credit hours during a sixteen-week semester, 6 or more credit hours in an eight-week session. (Students enrolled in non-standard terms and receiving VA education benefits or receiving federal Financial Aid should check with the RSC VA Office or Financial Aid office concerning what constitutes full-time according to VA regulations or federal regulations.) How do I apply for graduation? Degrees are conferred at the close of each term (fall, spring, summer). The Degree Audit and Application for Graduation form should be completed at Graduation & Career Services at least one semester prior to the semester in which the student plans to graduate. Transcripts reflecting degrees earned are available approximately four weeks after the close of each term. Diplomas are mailed approximately six weeks following the close of the semester in which the degree is earned. When do I receive my diploma? Diplomas are mailed approximately six weeks following the close of the semester in which the degree is earned. Does Rose State College have a toll free number? Yes, the toll free number is

9 Tuition And Financial Aid The tuition and other fees listed below are subject to change by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education without notice. In the event a fee change is effected, enrolled students will be assessed and billed accordingly. Schedule of Tuition and Fees Tuition, Residents $86.50 per credit hour Tuition, Nonresidents ($ $212.55) $ per credit hour Assessment Fee $1.00 per credit hour Audit (without credit) Same as tuition Student Technology Services Fee $5.00 per credit hour Library Automation Resource Fee $2.50 per credit hour Student Activity Fee $7.50 per credit hour Student Facility Fee $3.25 per credit hour Cultural Fee and Recreational Service Fee $1.25 per credit hour Academic Records Maintenance Fee $.50 per credit hour Schedule of Other Fees ACT Residual Test $30.00 per test Enrollment Fee (First Time Students) $15.00 Computer Course Fee $10.00 maximum per course Electronic Media (Internet Class Fee) $12.00 per credit hour Extrainstitutional Credit Examinations (Advanced Standing Examinations) $5.00 per credit hour Graduation Fee $15.00 Health Programs Liability Cost Health Sciences Laboratory Fee $10.00 per course HPER Administrative Fee $10.00 per semester International Student Status Maintenance Fee (Fall/Spring) $15.00 (Summer) $10.00 Late Enrollment Fee $15.00 Non-Student Assessment Fee $5.00 per exam Parking Fee *$5.00 per semester Private Applied Music Lessons $50.00 per credit hour Remedial Supplementary Fee $13.00 per credit hour Returned Check Fee $25.00 Science Laboratories Fee $10.00 maximum per course Student Identification Card $2.00 per semester ($2.00 replacement fee) Health Program Assessment Fee** at cost Course Materials and Supplies Fee (Art, Ceramics & Photography) $10.00 per course Clinical Portal Fee $20.00 maximum per course Off-Campus Tuition Fees Tuition, Off-Campus $86.50 per credit hour Tuition, Non Resident, Off-Campus $ per credit hour Academic Service Fee $36.00 per credit hour Academic Records Maintenance fee $.50 per credit hour *Additional decals may be purchased for $5.00 **This fee encompasses the predictive exams that students take during programs to prepare for licensure examinations in Nursing and Respiratory Therapy. FEES AND TUITION ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. In the event the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education assess a fee change, students will be assessed accordingly. Students Who Do Not Drop/Withdraw By the Deadline Specified in the Schedule Handbook Will Be Responsible For All Tuition And Fees Due To The College. 6

10 Tuition And Fees The student s schedule bill is the student s bill for tuition and fees. Students can print their Student Schedule Bill for any term they are enrolled in by signing into PeopleSoft (Self Service>Student Center; under the Finances section click on Schedule Bill). Leave the term blank and click Search (a listing of all semesters should appear for the student). Payment Of Tuition And Fees By Mail To avoid the lines during the last few days to pay, students are encouraged to PAY BY MAIL at the earliest possible date. All payments by mail must be received by the Cashier s Office by the deadline date to avoid any penalties. All checks and money orders should include the student s name and RSC student identification number for proper credit. Payment Of Tuition And Fees In Person Students are also encouraged to come in as early as possible when paying in person. Students paying in person may pay by cash, check, money order, and MasterCard, Visa or Discover credit cards. EXCEPT: Checks are not accepted for payment of prior debts or from a person who has written a bad check to the College. Accounts not paid will be sent to collection 30 days from the last day of the semester. Fee Refund/credit Policies STUDENTS ARE NOT OFFICIALLY WITHDRAWN UNLESS A WITHDRAWAL FORM IS PROCESSED THROUGH THE BUSINESS OFFICE Students who enroll in classes and decide not to attend must withdraw from those classes immediately to release space for other students who are registering. The amount of refund due or credit applied to the student is determined by the following policies. These policies are applicable to tuition and other fees charged for College classes. 1. Eligibility: To be eligible for a refund or credit, a student must officially withdraw from classes during a refund period by submitting the appropriate form ( Drop/ Add or Complete Withdrawal ). Neither refunds nor credits are given to students who stop attending class and do not process the appropriate forms. 2. Regents for Higher Education Refund Policy: The refund policy with respect to tuition and other fees collected from students at institutions shall be as follows: Changes in schedules during the defined add/drop period will result in full charges for courses added and full credit for courses dropped. No refunds will be made after the add/drop period for that session except as stipulated for enrollment of Title IV recipients. Deadlines for dropping and adding courses are printed in the semester schedule books in the Calendar section. Drops and adds are processed on the same form. DEBTS TO COLLEGE: Refunds issued to students are reduced by any amount the student owed to the College for the current term. When a refund is issued the student should review their account to determine if any past obligations are still owed to the College. Federal Title IV Return Of Funds Policy 1. Federal law now specifies how a school must determine the amount of federal financial aid* that a student earns if s/he withdraws, drops out, is dismissed, or takes a leave of absence prior to completing more than 60% of a payment period. 2. The amount of federal financial aid assistance that the student earns is determined on a pro-rata basis. Once the student has completed more than 60% of the payment period, all financial aid assistance is considered to be earned. Percent earned = Number of calendar days completed up to the withdrawal date** divided by total calendar days in the payment period excluding any scheduled breaks that are at least 5 days long. Percent unearned = 100% minus percent earned 3. When a student receives federal financial aid in excess of earned aid, The school returns the lesser of: Institutional charges (tuition and fees)*** multiplied by the unearned percentage, or Title IV federal financial aid disbursed multiplied by the unearned percentage The student returns: Any remaining unearned aid from the funds that s/ he received as financial aid disbursements Any loan funds are repaid in accordance with the terms of the promissory note. That is, scheduled payments to the holder of the loan over a period of time. Any grant amount the student has to return is a grant overpayment, and arrangements must be made with the school or Department of Education to return the funds. 4. The student is responsible for funds the college is required to repay. Federal law requires that the calculation assume that federal aid was used first to pay for education costs. Consequently, a student may owe a payment to the College for educational costs even if the student received a tuition waiver or other scholarship or assistance. Accounts not paid within 90 days may be turned over to a collection agency. *Federal financial aid includes the federal Pell Grant, federal Supplemental Opportunity Grant (SEOG), federal Stafford Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized), federal PLUS loans for parents and Talent Incentive Program (TIP) grants. **Withdrawal date is defined as the actual date the student begins the institution s withdrawal process, the student s last date of academically related activity, or the midpoint of the payment period for a student who leaves without notifying the institution. ***Book charges may not be included in institutional costs; however, a student remains financially responsible for any charges made by him/her in the College Bookstore. 7

11 OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL AID AND SCHOLARSHIPS ROOM STUDENT SERVICES BUILDING (405) Federal School Code/application Procedures The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is the student s first step in the process of requesting aid. The application is available online at The application asks you to identify the school(s) which you wish to receive copies of your results. The Rose State College school code is Be sure you identify Rose State College as a choice; otherwise, we will not receive your financial aid information from the United States Department of Education. If the Rose State College school code has not been reported, your application will have to be corrected to add Rose State College as a school on your Student Aid Report. This will delay the processing of your application. Once you have applied, the federal processor will send you a copy of the Student Aid Report. A copy of your Student Aid Report will also be transmitted electronically to Rose State College-if you have listed us as a school choice. Verification Procedures Some students are randomly selected by the U.S. Department of Education or the College for a process called verification. If a student is selected for verification, we are required to verify the information you have reported. Such items as income tax records, copies of college enrollments, and documentation of untaxed income would normally be required. Ability to Benefit (ATB) Beginning July 1, 2012 all financial aid recipients must have one of the following in order to be eligible for Federal Title IV student financial aid: High School Diploma GED (General Educational Development) Students who do not have a High School Diploma or GED and prior to were enrolled in an academic program that was eligible for Federal Title IV assistance may still qualify for federal aid. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. Office Hours The Office of Student Financial Aid is open to assist you during the following hours: Monday Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday Friday More Information 8:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. 8:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. For information about student financial aid and more details about program requirements, visit financial-aid or contact the office. Not all students are selected for verification. If a student, however, is selected for this process, this step must be completed before assistance is awarded. If any of the information requires correction, the student will be informed. The Award Process Once your records have been received from the U.S. Department of Education, your file will be reviewed by financial aid staff for completeness. Normally, your file will then be referred for an award. When you receive your award letter, it will summarize the amounts and types of assistance for which you are eligible. An Award Information Sheet will also be included with disbursement information. Usually, the application and awarding process takes from 6 to 8 weeks. This time is necessary for both the federal processor and the College to review your application and certify your funds. 8

12 SUMMER 2015 INTERIM SESSION SCHEDULE MAY 18-30, 2015 Last day to drop is the first day of the session Last day to withdraw is May 27, 2015 Oklahoma State Regent policy restricts students to no more than 3 credit hours in the Interim session. CL# DEPT NO COURSE TITLE TIME S ROOM PROFESSOR Computer Information Technology 5386 CIT 2533 CYBERLAW & ETHICS A R R DL 0000 M E Dewey 5398 CIT 2643 WIRELESS NETWORKS A R R DL 0000 K C Dewey **PREREQ** Criminal Justice 5327 CJ 1123 INT TO LAW ENFORCE A R R DL 0000 A R Waggoner Education 5399 EDUC 1103 ED PLANNING A R R DL 0000 Crain Engelbrec 5336 EDUC 1103 ED PLANNING PM M T W DL 0000 R L Woodard NOTE This is a hybrid class. It will meet May 18, 19 and 27 on campus and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses. *English 5254 ENGL 2113 INTR TO LITERATURE A R R DL 0000 K A Caliendo **PREREQ** Health Sciences Basic Courses 5318 HSBC 1141 CPR HEALTHCARE PROV A R R HSC 0141 M M Gould NOTE This course is a hybrid course presented partially on line via D2L. It meets on Saturday, May 30 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pre-course reading and homework must be completed prior to the Saturday meeting in order to receive a Satisfactory grade. History 5182 HIST 1483 US HISTORY TO 1877 A R R DL 0000 A L Bachhofer 5147 HIST 1493 US HIST SINCE 1877 A R R DL 0000 M G Brockmeier 5257 HIST 2503 AMER INDIAN HIST A R R DL 0000 J G Hochtritt Summer Interim Session Humanities 5394 HUM 2113 HUM THROUGH MID AGES A R R DL 0000 L R Morrow **PREREQ** Political Science 5238 POLS 1113 AMERICAN FED GOVT A R R DL 0000 J E Campbell 5172 POLS 1113 AMERICAN FED GOVT M T W R SS 0223 M M Bruner NOTE This class is a hybrid class POLS 1123 INT TO LAW ENFORCE A R R DL 0000 A R Waggoner NOTE This course is cross-listed with CJ This class is delivered substantially or entirely via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses POLS 2703 INTRO STATE & LOCA M T W R SS 0134 J P Davenport **PREREQ** NOTE This class is a hybrid class. 9

13 Psychology 5212 PSYC 1113 INTRO PSYCHOLOGY A R R DL 0000 E A Boger 5361 PSYC 2603 PSY ORGAN'L BEHAVR M T W R F SS 0228 G L Brewer **PREREQ** NOTE This class will meet May 18-22, Sociology 5230 SOC 1113 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY A R R DL 0000 T K Hall 5393 SOC 1113 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY PM M T W R SS 0207 J R Ortiz NOTE This class is delivered partially via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses. Summer Interim Session 10

14 Starts June 1 Ends June 27 1 st FOUR-WEEK SESSION CRITICAL DATES SUMMER 2015 (Semester Code 1155) STUDENT SERVICES ENROLLMENT HOURS: 8 A.M. - 7 P.M., Mon; 8 A.M. - 6 P.M., Tues, Wed & Thurs; 8 A.M. - 5 P.M., Fri DIVISION OFFICES CLOSE AT 7:30 P.M. Mon - Thurs; 5:00 P.M. on Fri BEGINNING SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR RETURNING STUDENTS MARCH 30 BEGINNING SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR NEW STUDENTS APRIL 6 LATE SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR THE 1 st 4-WEEK SESSION JUNE 1-2 CALENDAR-First-Four-Week Session (Summer 2015) Classes Begin June 1 First Day of Late Enrollment Fee June 1 Last Day to Enroll June 2 **Last Day of 100% Refund /AW grades due June 5 Last Day to Change from Credit to Audit (This Session) June 12 *Last Day to Withdraw from a Class (This Session) June 19 Final Examinations Last Day of First Four-Week Session June 27 Final class meeting *Students enrolled in courses of shorter duration, in this session, must withdraw before 75% of each course has been completed. **Students enrolled in courses of shorter duration must withdraw on or before the first day of class to receive 100% refund. LATE PAYMENT DEADLINES AND PENALTIES Student accounts will be charged late payment penalties as follows: Last day to pay without penalty June 19 Last day to pay with a $20.00 penalty July 10 Last day to pay with a $40.00 penalty July 25 $60.00 penalty after July 25 NOTE: All course sections at RSC may be web enhanced and require some level of access to a computer and the College s Learning Management System. Free access to computers is available to all enrolled students in the Learning Resources Center and in other Academic Division computer laboratories. 11

15 Starts June 1 Ends July 25 REGULAR EIGHT-WEEK SESSION CRITICAL DATES SUMMER 2015 (Semester Code 1155) STUDENT SERVICES ENROLLMENT HOURS: 8 A.M. - 7 P.M., Mon; 8 A.M. - 6 P.M., Tues, Wed & Thurs; 8 A.M. - 5 P.M., Fri DIVISION OFFICES CLOSE AT 7:30 P.M. Mon - Thurs; 5:00 P.M. on Fri BEGINNING SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR RETURNING STUDENTS MARCH 30 BEGINNING SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR NEW STUDENTS APRIL 6 LATE SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR EIGHT-WEEK SESSION JUNE 1-3 CALENDAR-Eight-Week Session (Summer 2015) Classes Begin June 1 First Day of Late Enrollment Fee June 1 Last Day to Enroll June 3 **Last Day of 100% Refund/AW grades due June 5 Last Day to Change from Credit to Audit (This Session) June 26 Independence Day Holiday July 3 *Last Day to Withdraw from a Class (This Session) July 10 Last Day of Classes Before Final Examinations July 21 Final Examinations July Last Day of Semester July 25 *Students enrolled in courses of shorter duration, in this session, must withdraw before 75% of each course has been completed. **Students enrolled in courses of shorter duration must withdraw on or before the first day of class to receive 100% refund. LATE PAYMENT DEADLINES AND PENALTIES Student accounts will be charged late payment penalties as follows: Last day to pay without penalty June 19 Last day to pay with a $20.00 penalty July 10 Last day to pay with a $40.00 penalty July 25 $60.00 penalty after July 25 NOTE: All course sections at RSC may be web enhanced and require some level of access to a computer and the College s Learning Management System. Free access to computers is available to all enrolled students in the Learning Resources Center and in other Academic Division computer laboratories. 12

16 Starts June 29 Ends July 25 2 nd FOUR-WEEK SESSION CRITICAL DATES SUMMER 2015 (Semester Code 1155) STUDENT SERVICES ENROLLMENT HOURS: 8 A.M. - 7 P.M., Mon; 8 A.M. - 6 P.M., Tues, Wed & Thurs; 8 A.M. - 5 P.M., Fri DIVISION OFFICES CLOSE AT 7:30 P.M. Mon - Thurs; 5:00 P.M. on Fri BEGINNING SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR RETURNING STUDENTS MARCH 30 BEGINNING SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR NEW STUDENTS APRIL 6 LATE SUMMER ENROLLMENT FOR THE 2 nd 4-WEEK SESSION JUNE CALENDAR-Second-Four-Week Session (Summer 2015) Classes Begin June 29 First Day of Late Enrollment Fee June 29 Last Day to Enroll June 30 Independence Day Holiday July 3 **Last Day of 100% Refund/AW grades due July 6 Last Day to Change from Credit to Audit (This Session) July 10 *Last Day to Withdraw from a Class (This Session) July 17 Final Examinations Last Day of Second Four-Week Session July 25 Final class meeting *Students enrolled in courses of shorter duration, in this session, must withdraw before 75% of each course has been completed. **Students enrolled in courses of shorter duration must withdraw on or before the first day of class to receive 100% refund. LATE PAYMENT DEADLINES AND PENALTIES Student accounts will be charged late payment penalties as follows: Last day to pay without penalty June 19 Last day to pay with a $20.00 penalty July 10 Last day to pay with a $40.00 penalty July 25 $60.00 penalty after July 25 NOTE: All course sections at RSC may be web enhanced and require some level of access to a computer and the College s Learning Management System. Free access to computers is available to all enrolled students in the Learning Resources Center and in other Academic Division computer laboratories. 13

17 Summer SCHEDULE OF CLASSES SUMMER 2015 CL# DEPT NO COURSE TITLE TIME S ROOM PROFESSOR Accounting FIRST FOUR WEEKS 5001 ACCT 1123 COLLEGE ACCT PROC A R R DL 0000 J R Montgomery EIGHT WEEKS 5389 ACCT 1123 COLLEGE ACCT PROC A R R DL 0000 T A Popowsky 5378 ACCT 2103 FINANCIAL ACCT'G M W SS 0133 M T Tippin **PREREQ** 5004 ACCT 2203 MANAGERIAL ACCT'G A R R DL 0000 J R Montgomery **PREREQ** 5003 ACCT 1123 COLLEGE ACCT PROC PM T R SS 0133 M T Tippin NOTE This is a hybrid class. It will meet every Tuesday and Thursday on campus and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses ACCT 2103 FINANCIAL ACCT'G PM M W SS 0133 S K Craig **PREREQ** NOTE This is a hybrid class. It will meet every Monday and Wednesday on campus and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses ACCT 2203 MANAGERIAL ACCT'G PM T R HU 0130 TEAM **PREREQ** NOTE This is a hybrid class. It will meet every Tuesday and Thursday on campus and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses. SECOND FOUR WEEKS 5137 ACCT 2103 FINANCIAL ACCT'G A R R DL 0000 T A Popowsky **PREREQ** Art EIGHT WEEKS 5251 ART 1103 ART APPRECIATION A R R DL 0000 S C Thomas 5250 ART 1213 DRAWING I PM M W CC 0108 STAFF *Biology EIGHT WEEKS 5295 BIOL 1114 BIOL 1114 LAB B T R SM 0203 A Padgett-McCue 5292 BIOL 1114 INTRO BIOLOGY M W SM 0207 C A Rubel NOTE The student must enroll in Biology 1114 Lab A BIOL 1114 INTRO BIOLOGY T R SM 0207 A Padgett-McCue NOTE The student must enroll in Biology 1114 Lab B or C BIOL 1114 BIOL 1114 LAB C T R SM 0203 A Padgett-McCue 5294 BIOL 1114 BIOL 1114 LAB A M W SM 0203 C A Rubel 5299 BIOL 1124 GENERAL BIOLOGY I T R SM 0204 A R Ahedor 5300 BIOL 1124 BIOL 1124 LAB T R SM 0204 A R Ahedor 5301 BIOL 1315 GENERAL ZOOLOGY M T W R SM 0207 E B Miller **PREREQ** 5302 BIOL 1315 BIOL 1315 LAB M W SM 0204 E B Miller **PREREQ** 14

18 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES SUMMER 2015 CL# DEPT NO COURSE TITLE TIME S ROOM PROFESSOR 5303 BIOL 2035 PRIN OF MICROBIO M T W R SM 0103 A G Hurst **PREREQ** 5304 BIOL 2035 BIOL 2035 LAB M T W R SM 0103 A G Hurst **PREREQ** 5305 BIOL 2424 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY M T W R SM 0110 Collymore-Slova **PREREQ** 5307 BIOL 2424 BIOL 2424 LAB B T R SM 0104 Collymore-Slova **PREREQ** 5306 BIOL 2424 BIOL 2424 LAB A M W SM 0104 Collymore-Slova **PREREQ** 5297 BIOL 1114 INTRO BIOLOGY PM M T W R SM 0203 N M Ashpole NOTE The student must enroll in Biology 1114 Lab D BIOL 1114 BIOL 1114 LAB D PM M W SM 0203 N M Ashpole Summer Business Administration EIGHT WEEKS 5370 BA 1103 BUSINESS MATH T R HE 0209 M T Tippin **PREREQ** 5184 BA 2503 BUSINESS COMMUN PM M W HE 0207 E A Wolf *Chemistry EIGHT WEEKS 5007 CHEM 1114 INTRO CHEMISTRY M T W R SM 0110 M J Czapla **PREREQ** NOTE Student must also enroll in a lab section CHEM 1114 CHEM 1114 LAB A M W SM 0215 M J Czapla **PREREQ** 5009 CHEM 1114 CHEM 1114 LAB B T R SM 0215 M J Czapla **PREREQ** 5012 CHEM 1135 GEN COLL CHEM I M T W R SM 0209 D G Middleton **PREREQ** NOTE Student must enroll in Lab A and Rec A CHEM 1135 CHEM 1135 REC A M W SM 0209 D G Middleton **PREREQ** 5014 CHEM 1135 CHEM 1135 LAB A T R SM 0209 D G Middleton **PREREQ** 5018 CHEM 1145 GEN COLL CHEM II M T W R SM 0212 STAFF **PREREQ** NOTE Student must enroll in Lab A and Rec A CHEM 1145 CHEM 1145 REC A T R SM 0212 STAFF **PREREQ** 5020 CHEM 1145 CHEM 1145 LAB A M W SM 0208 STAFF **PREREQ** 5010 CHEM 1114 INTRO CHEMISTRY PM M T W R SM 0206 STAFF **PREREQ** NOTE Student must also enroll in a lab section CHEM 1114 CHEM 1114 LAB C PM T R SM 0215 STAFF **PREREQ** 5015 CHEM 1135 GEN COLL CHEM I PM M T W R SM 0209 R C Raymond **PREREQ** NOTE Student must also enroll in Lab G and Rec G CHEM 1135 CHEM 1135 REC G PM M W SM 0209 R C Raymond **PREREQ** 5017 CHEM 1135 CHEM 1135 LAB G PM T R SM 0209 R C Raymond **PREREQ** Computer Information Technology Other computer classes are offered under Multimedia (MULT). FIRST FOUR WEEKS 5022 CIT 1103 INTRO TO COMPUTERS A R R DL 0000 J N Hester 5164 CIT 2323 NETWORK SECURITY A R R DL 0000 K C Dewey **PREREQ** 5233 CIT 2513 SECURE E-COMMERCE A R R DL 0000 K C Dewey **PREREQ** EIGHT WEEKS 5021 CIT 1093 MICRO APPLICATIONS A R R DL 0000 E A Wolf 5187 CIT 1093 MICRO APPLICATIONS T R SS 0133 STAFF 15

19 Summer SCHEDULE OF CLASSES SUMMER 2015 CL# DEPT NO COURSE TITLE TIME S ROOM PROFESSOR 5023 CIT 1113 FUND COMP AND PROG A R R DL 0000 D L Wilson 5133 CIT 1113 FUND COMP AND PROG W SS 0133 J G Evertson NOTE This is a hybrid class. It will meet every Wednesday on campus and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses CIT 1203 SCRIPT PROGRAMMING A R R DL 0000 T L Byers **PREREQ** 5196 CIT 1503 NETWORKS A R R DL 0000 A A Haynes 5210 CIT 1613 INTRO TO JAVA PROG A R R DL 0000 K C Dewey **PREREQ** 5264 CIT 1713 C# PROGRAMMING A R R DL 0000 J G Thompson **PREREQ** 5186 CIT 2243 UNIX/LINUX A R R DL 0000 W W Richards **PREREQ** 5158 CIT 2343 ROUTING A R R DL 0000 G B McKinney **PREREQ** 5116 CIT 2503 PRINCIPLES INFO/SEC A R R DL 0000 M E Dewey 5397 CIT 2523 ISM A R R DL 0000 M E Dewey 5314 CIT 2563 CRYPTO & TRUST SYS A R R DL 0000 K C Dewey **PREREQ** 5132 CIT 1093 MICRO APPLICATIONS PM T R SS 0133 A A Haynes 5227 CIT 1173 C++ LANGUAGE PM M W SS 0133 J G Thompson **PREREQ** 5384 CIT 1523 HDW & OP SYS PM T R HU 0134 A A Haynes NOTE This is a hybrid class. It will meet every Tuesday on campus and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses CIT D MODELING PM M W HE 0107 T L Byers **PREREQ** SECOND FOUR WEEKS 5165 CIT 1103 INTRO TO COMPUTERS A R R DL 0000 J N Hester 5312 CIT 2053 NET ADMIN A R R DL 0000 STAFF **PREREQ** Counterterrorism EIGHT WEEKS 5404 CTER 1513 INTELLIGENCE A R R DL 0000 D P Cid Criminal Justice EIGHT WEEKS 5145 CJ 1103 INTRO TO CRIM PROC A R R DL 0000 A R Waggoner 16

20 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES SUMMER 2015 CL# DEPT NO COURSE TITLE TIME S ROOM PROFESSOR 5024 CJ 1123 INT TO LAW ENFORCE A R R DL 0000 A R Waggoner 5123 CJ 2193 CRIM JUSTICE INTRN A R R SS 0108 A R Waggoner 5153 CJ 2303 CULTRL DIVERS & CJ A R R DL 0000 C A Brown 5170 CJ 2603 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE A R R DL 0000 G L Spencer 5273 CJ 2703 DEL JUV JUST SYST A R R DL 0000 J A Sardis Summer Economics FIRST FOUR WEEKS 5025 ECON 2303 PRIN OF MICROECON A R R DL 0000 J T Caldwell 5131 ECON 2103 PERSONAL FINANCE PM M W HE 0209 K M Wolfe NOTE This is a hybrid class. It will meet every Monday and Wednesday on campus and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses. EIGHT WEEKS 5285 ECON 2103 PERSONAL FINANCE A R R DL 0000 C A Dawkins 5114 ECON 2103 PERSONAL FINANCE T R HE 0209 C A Dawkins 5026 ECON 2303 PRIN OF MICROECON T R HE 0207 C A Dawkins 5027 ECON 2403 PRIN OF MACROECON M W HE 0207 C A Dawkins 5029 ECON 2843 ELEM OF STATISTICS M W HE 0207 M T Tippin **PREREQ** 5030 ECON 2843 ELEM OF STATISTICS T R HE 0207 M T Tippin **PREREQ** SECOND FOUR WEEKS 5028 ECON 2403 PRIN OF MACROECON A R R DL 0000 J T Caldwell Education EIGHT WEEKS 5323 EDUC 1103 ED PLANNING A R R DL 0000 Crain Engelbrec 5260 EDUC 1103 ED PLANNING M W SS 0228 J Lesko-Bishop 5261 EDUC 1103 ED PLANNING PM T R SS 0213 STAFF 5262 EDUC 1103 ED PLANNING PM M W SS 0213 STAFF SECOND FOUR WEEKS 5402 EDUC 1101 COLLEGE ORIENTATION M T W R F SS 0209 Crain Engelbrec NOTE This is a hybrid class. This class will meet on campus July 13-17, 2015 and partially online via the Internet. It is essential that you visit the Internet web courses page at: for current information and requirements regarding our Internet courses. 17

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