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2 HELPFUL NUMBERS For additional information, please refer to the Navarro College Catalog or contact any of the following offices: Department / Area Phone Number Navarro College Information Corsicana Campus (903) Waxahachie Campus (972) Midlothian Campus (972) South Campus (254) Fairfield Campus (254) Academic Advising (903) Adult Education / GED and ESL (903) Continuing Education and Protective Services (972) Department of Public Safety (903) International Student Services (903) Navarro College Bookstore Corsicana Campus (903) Midlothian Campus (972) Waxahachie Campus (972) Navarro College Testing Center Corsicana Campus (903) Mexia Campus (254) Midlothian Campus (972) Waxahachie Campus (972) Office of Admissions and Records (903) Office of Financial Aid (903) Office of Student Recruiting (903) Personal Counseling (903) Residence Life Office (903) Services for Students with Disabilities (903) Technical Assistance with Blackboard (903) Tutoring Corsicana Campus (903) Mexia Campus (254) Midlothian Campus (972) Waxahachie Campus (972) WebAdvisor and WebMail (903)

3 INDEX Accommodations for Disability...7 Admission and Registration Information...3 Adult Education GED/ESL Programs...11 Assessment Information (Testing)...9 Assessment Score Matrices...10 Blackboard Information...16 CE / Credit Concurrent Enrollment...11 Computer-Based Training Courses...13 Developmental Education Information...11 Dropping / Adding Courses...7 Financial Aid Information...5 Helpful Numbers...inside cover Hybrid Courses...12 Immunization Alert...7 Interactive Video (ITV) Course...12 Internet Courses What You Need To Know...12 May Mini Semester...20 Scholarships...6 Summer I Semester...20 Summer II Semester...32 Tuition Refund Policies...7 Upcoming Calendar...2 WebAdvisor Registration...14 Webmail...14 Weekend College...11

4 SIMPLE STEPS TO REGISTER Complete an application for admission and return it to the Office of Admissions and Records along with any official transcripts (high school or college) and proof of residency for tuition purposes. Take assessment tests unless exempt. See page 9 for more information. Obtain a permit to register from the Office of Admissions and Records. Meet with an academic adviser and obtain a degree plan. Register for courses during scheduled times and pay tuition and fees by due date. See the semester schedule located on page 20 of this schedule for registration and tuition due dates. AVAILABLE ONLINE Navarro College is committed to providing students with the most accurate schedule of classes. As a result we have developed an online portal for investigating new classes and its availability. MySchedule.NavarroCollege.edu If you have any questions or have trouble understanding the college schedule format, please do not hesitate to ask a counselor to assist you. PLEASE NOTE Navarro College reserves the right to change or cancel classes in the schedule as deemed necessary by the administration. The college will announce any changes as soon as possible. Students should check WebAdvisor or the schedule posted on Navarro College s website for the latest updates. Equal opportunity shall be afforded within the Navarro College system to all employees and applicants for admission or employment regardless of race, color, gender, religion, national origin, age, or disability. Navarro College will make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities. UPCOMING CALENDAR April SUMMER TERMS May 18 May 25 May 29 June 01 June 03 June 04 June 05 FIRST SUMMER TERM 2015 June 08 June 09 June 25 July 03 July 06 July 09 July 10 Summer and Fall Registration begins May Mini-mester begins Last day to register and pay for May Mini-mester Memorial Day holiday College closed Early registration for summer terms ends, 5 p.m. Last day to pay for Summer I early registered classes by 5 p.m. LVN classes begin May Mini-mester ends Registration for Summer I and Fall Semesters, 8 a.m. 7 p.m. May Mini-mester grades due Registration for Summer I and Fall Semesters, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Summer I Housing opens check-in, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Classes begin (Summer I and 12-week) Dining Services opens, 7 a.m. Schedule changes and late registration, 8 a.m. 7 p.m. Schedule changes and late registration, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Late registration closes, 5 p.m. Last day to drop or withdraw from Summer I classes by 12 p.m. Fourth of July holiday College closed College re-opens Summer I Session ends. Housing closes at 10 a.m. Finals for Summer I Summer I grades due Registration for Summer II, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Housing payment for Summer II due by 5 p.m. Summer II Housing opens; check-in, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. SECOND SUMMER TERM 2015 July 13 July 14 July 30 August 07 August 13 August 14 FALL TERM 2015 August 24 Classes begin Late registration and schedule changes for Summer II classes, 8 a.m. 7 p.m. Late Registration and schedule changes for Summer II classes, 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Late Registration closes, 5 p.m. Last day to drop/withdraw from 12-week or Summer II classes by 12 p.m. LVN Graduation and Pinning Ceremony, 7 p.m. Final exams for Summer II and 12-week classes Summer II and 12-week semesters end Dining Services closes after noon meal Summer student housing closes, 10 a.m. Summer II and 12-week grades due by 3 p.m. Last day to pay for fall pre-registered classes by 5 p.m. Classes begin 2

5 ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION INFO ADMISSION PROCEDURES Navarro College maintains an open door admission policy and students are admitted without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, or veteran s status. The college reserves the right to verify citizenship and residency status of any applicant. The college reserves the right to refuse admission to any student who does not comply with admission requirements or where evidence exists that the presence of the applicant would be incompatible with the aims or objectives of the college or where in the judgment of the College Admissions Committee the applicant s presence on campus would not be in the best interest of the student or the college community. An individual may appeal such refusal to the vice president for academic affairs. The Office of Admissions and Records is responsible for administering all admissions policies. Inquiries concerning admissions should be addressed to the attention of this office. Completion of the following steps is necessary to gain admission to Navarro College: 1. Application for Admission Students are encouraged to apply online at ApplyTexas.org or pick up a paper application furnished by the Office of Admissions and Records. Paper applications can be submitted at any Navarro College campus. 2. Official Transcript (a) Beginning Students: An official transcript of the applicant s high school record or GED score must be filed in the Office of Admissions and Records before an application for admission will be considered. (b) Transfer Students: Transfers from another college are required to present a complete transcript bearing the signature of the appropriate official and seal from each college attended. 3. TSI Assessment Student proficiency in reading, writing, and mathematics must be assessed. This is accomplished by taking the TSI Assessment. Students otherwise qualified will not be refused admission on the basis of their scores. Results are used in advising and in placing students in the proper course levels. METHODS OF ADMISSION The student is responsible for meeting all admission requirements. Failure to meet all requirements will cause the student s transcript to be withheld and the student will be blocked from future registrations. Admission to Navarro College may be by one of the following methods: 1. High School Graduate An applicant who is a graduate of an accredited high school will be admitted to Navarro College upon presentation of a properly authenticated high school transcript verifying that the student has graduated. High school students are strongly recommended to follow the State Board of Education s recommended 24-unit High School Program to be fully prepared for college following graduation. 2. General Educational Development (GED) Test Scores An applicant who is not a high school graduate may be admitted by successfully completing the General Educational Development Test. This test is administered at Navarro College and applicants interested in gaining admission by this method should inquire at the Counseling Center or the Basic Education Program office. 3. Individual Approval An applicant who is eighteen years of age or older may be admitted on individual approval by the registrar provided appropriate experience can be justified in lieu of a high school diploma and provided evidence exists that the student is competent to benefit from a program of the institution. Such students may be admitted upon the recommendation of the principal or superintendent of the last high school attended or on the basis of a state approved placement examination. Students under age the 18 of who attended a non-accredited public or private high school or who were schooled in a nontraditional setting may be admitted upon special approval of the registrar. 4. Transfer From Another College or University A student who wishes to transfer from another college or university may be admitted to Navarro College provided he/she is eligible for readmission at the college last attended. An official transcript from each college or university previously attended must be provided to the Office of Admissions and Records before admission is considered complete. A student on academic or social probation or suspension at the transfer institution is ineligible for admission to Navarro College unless approval by the appropriate dean is granted. Such students must complete the assessment of basic academic skills prior to registering and may be required to enroll in appropriate developmental courses. Students who register but fail to list on the admissions application other colleges or universities attended or who are otherwise ineligible to attend Navarro College will be subject to dismissal with forfeiture of all tuition and fees. 5. International Students International students should provide proof of at least a score of 450 on the Test of English as a Foreign Language or receive approval from the Office of Admissions and Records for a waiver. Students who are citizens of the Commonwealth countries are exempted from the TOEFL test. In order for an I-20 to be issued 1 (800) NAVARRO 3

6 students are required to provide proof of a negative TB test result and pay a non-refundable $60 application fee at the time the application is made. 6. Career & Technical Programs Although Navarro College has an open door admission policy, some career & technical programs have limited enrollments. Those programs include but are not limited to Associate Degree Nursing, Vocational Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Ag Tech. Applicants wishing to enter one of these limited access programs should contact the appropriate Assistant Dean or Department Chair for program requirements and admission procedures. 7. Early Admissions Program for High School Students The Early Admissions Program at Navarro College offers an opportunity for eligible high school students to earn college credits while concurrently enrolled in their high school. The Early Admissions Program is available to any high school student subject to the following conditions: (a) the student must have completed their sophomore year; (b) the student must satisfy the daily attendance policy of the high school; (c) the student will be expected to adhere to all policies of the college and the high school which he/she attends; and (d) Navarro College assumes no responsibility for loss of eligibility of high school student enrolled under this program to participate in University Interscholastic League activities. Any student who meets the above criteria will be accepted into Navarro College on individual approval. 8. Dual Credit Enrollment The Dual Credit/Concurrent Program at Navarro College offers opportunities for high school junior and senior students to earn high school and college credits simultaneously. Qualified students may enroll in both academic and career and technical courses. Designated courses are offered based upon written agreements between participating independent school districts and Navarro College. Students enrolled in a public high school, private, charter, or home-school who have completed the tenth grade can participate in the program. Students interested in participating in this program must meet Texas Success Initiative Assessment requirements appropriate for each course or demonstrate college readiness with ACT, SAT, PLAN, PSAT, TAKS, STARR/EOC scores. To enroll in the program, students must complete the following steps: (a) Verify eligibility and enrollment options with their high school counselor/principal; (b) Submit an application for admission, high school transcript, appropriate testing documentation, and registration form of approved courses; and (c) Confirm registration, pay tuition and fees, and purchase textbooks. Students enrolled in the program must satisfy the daily attendance policy of their high school, and will be expected to adhere to all policies of the college and the high school which he/she attends. Navarro College assumes no responsibility for loss of eligibility of a high school student enrolled under this program to participate in University Interscholastic League activities. For additional program information, please contact your high school counselor or principal or contact Navarro College s Dual Credit Program. 9. Spring Session Students from Other Colleges A student who is enrolled in another college and who expects to return to that school in the fall will be admitted to the spring session of Navarro College upon receipt of a statement of standing or presentation of a transcript from the records office of the other college showing the number of semester hours completed and indicating that the student is entitled to honorable dismissal. Such transfer students must adhere to the same rules and standards concerning admission procedures and placement testing as all other students. 10. Tech Prep Tech Prep is a formal program covering four years of high school and the first two years of college leading to an Associate of Applied Science degree or any number of technical certificates. Students completing the high school portion of the Tech Prep program will receive free college credit for articulated classes taken in high school in which they have earned a grade of 80 or higher. Tech Prep students must complete the following steps: (a) Sign up for Tech Prep courses in high school; (b) Earn a grade of 80 or better in the high school courses; (c) Contact the Carl Perkins Career Center office at Navarro College in Corsicana upon graduation; (d) Enroll in Navarro College within 24 months of high school graduation; and (e) Declare a technical major. After successfully completing 12 semester hours, articulated hours will be transcripted as a CR on the Navarro College transcript. 11. Returning Students Students returning to Navarro College after an absence of one spring or fall semester will re-enter under the catalog and programs in effect at the time of re-enrollment. Technical programs change frequently depending on industry requirements and new degree plans may require additional course work. PLEASE NOTE: Under Section of the Texas Education Code an institution of higher education may not permit a student to drop more than six courses including any course a transfer student has dropped at another institution of higher education. This statute was enacted by the State of Texas in spring 2007 and applies to students who enroll in a public institution of higher education as first-time freshmen in fall 2007 or later. Any course a student drops is counted toward the six course limit if (1) the student was able to drop the course without receiving a grade or incurring an academic penalty; (2) the student s transcript indicates or will indicate that the student was enrolled in the course; and (3) the student is not dropping the course in order to withdraw from the institution. 4

7 FINANCIAL AID Meeting the cost of higher education is comparable to other major investments a family may make. Financial Aid programs are available for students who demonstrate a need for assistance to meet college expenses. To determine eligibility for financial assistance you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). These forms are available from high schools, colleges, and the Department of Student Financial Aid at Navarro College. Types of Financial Aid: Grants assistance awarded on the basis of financial need; usually does not have to be repaid. Student Loans debts requiring repayment; borrowing limited to amount actually needed while pursuing education. Employment opportunities for on-campus, off campus, and federal/state work-study jobs available through the Financial Aid Office. Scholarships money awarded to students for a specific purpose or recognition; this does not require repayment. Eligibility Requirements for Financial Aid: 1. Enroll or be accepted for enrollment in an associate degree or credit certificate program. Your admissions application must be submitted to the NC Admissions Office before your award can be processed. 2. Enroll in at least six hours for most financial aid programs. 3. Maintain the Student Financial Aid Standards of Academic Progress (SAP). A copy of the financialaid/. 4. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. 5. Register with Selective Service if you are male. 6. You are ineligible if you have a conviction involving the possession or sale of an illegal substance (or successfully complete a qualified drug rehabilitation program). Some first and second time offenders can regain eligibility one or two years after the conviction. 7. Not owe a refund on a federal grant or be in default on a federal educational loan. 8. Have a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent. FAFSA The following instructions will assist you with completing your FAFSA 1. Complete the FAFSA application online at The Title IV code for Navarro College is: Address to use: Navarro College 3200 W. 7th Avenue Corsicana, Texas Use the above address regardless of which campus you are attending. If you are having trouble completing the application, make note of question(s) you do not understand, then see a financial aid counselor (first come, first-served basis). Please bring your last IRS tax return transcript. Remember: Reapply each year. The new grant year begins each fall semester. Apply at least two months prior to the beginning of the semester, earlier if possible. List your parent s income if you are under the age of 24, unmarried, have no legal dependents, and you are not a veteran. 2. Your electronic FAFSA will need to be signed using a pin number. This pin number can be obtained at 3. In approximately two to four weeks, you will receive a Student Aid Report (SAR) to your or mail depending on how you applied. Carefully check your SAR for mistakes and, if necessary, correct immediately online at or mail to the address indicated on the SAR. If you are a dependent student, you and your parents will need a pin number to electronically sign the FAFSA. If your SAR indicates that you have been selected for a process called Verification, you must provide the Navarro College Financial Aid Office with the following forms before your award will be processed: The Institutional Verification Form(s) (available from the college s web site at financialaid/forms/) IRS tax return transcript (Students/parents who did not file income tax forms, or need a copy of the IRS tax return transcript, should request a copy at or call 1 (800) for a transcript of tax return or complete IRS form 4506-T) 4. Wait for your award letter from the Navarro College Financial Aid Office. If you do not receive the letter within four weeks after submitting your information, contact the Navarro College Financial Aid Office at: Corsicana campus: (903) or (903) Mexia campus: (254) Midlothian campus: (972) Waxahachie campus: (972) After registering for classes, check your Registration Statement for Pending Financial Aid. If the statement is incorrect, contact the Navarro College Financial Aid Office. OTHER FORMS OF FINANCIAL AID Federal Pell Grant The Federal Pell Grant provides funding for many individuals who are interested in attending college. These funds do not have to be paid back unless the student completely withdraws from classes before 60 percent of the semester has passed. State Grant Funds and Tuition Exemptions State grant funds may provide additional funds for Texas students who meet certain criteria. Most of these funds do not have to be repaid. Tuition exemptions allow certain students to attend college without paying some of the tuition and fees. For a complete list of Financial Aid for Texas College Students, refer to the web site Many of these awards are given on a first-come, first-serve basis, and state grant funds are limited by 1 (800) NAVARRO 5

8 availability. One of the more common awards is the Texas Grant. Applications for the Texas Grant or Texas Educational Opportunity Grants are available at the Navarro College Financial Aid Office, or on the web at College Work Study Program Students interested in obtaining employment on campus should consult with the Navarro College Financial Aid Office in Corsicana to see if they qualify. Work Study jobs are posted on the Navarro College Web site under financial aid. Students may electronically apply for up to three positions. Student Loans Student loan funds must eventually be repaid. Loan eligibility is determined by completing the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA). Carl Perkins Career Center The Carl D. Perkins Career Center is located on the Corsicana campus in the Bain Center, room 320. This federal program provides textbook loans, assistance with childcare, travel stipends to students who are required to travel off-campus to complete course work. The Career Center assists students preparing to enter the workforce with resume writing, mock interviews, budget training, on-the-job ethics training, and dress for success tips. This program supports students who are on Career and Technical degree plans. For more information, contact the Carl Perkins Career Center at (903) Veterans Benefits Veterans should read the Veterans Benefits section of the Navarro College Catalog for more information about Veterans Education Benefits. Information is also available through the Navarro College website. For an evaluation of education eligibility, please submit a copy of the DD214 record of service to the Veterans Certifying Official for Navarro College or contact the coordinator at (903) or For information and applications on Hazelwood tuition and fee exemption, please see the link on the Navarro College website. State Agencies Some state agencies provide low-income students with training. Students with disabilities should contact the Texas Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services at Other students can seek assistance through the Texas Workforce Commission (972) Tax Credits/Deductions There are several income tax benefits for college students. The IRS Web site at has more information available. Look up Publication 970 Higher Education Tax Benefits. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships come from a variety of sources. For non-institutional scholarships, students should contact the agency responsible for the scholarship and make arrangements for dispersal of those funds. The Web site is an informative Web site to help look for scholarships. Navarro College believes in rewarding individuals for their creative and athletic talents, as well as their academic achievements. More than half of the students attending Navarro College receive some form of financial assistance to help with tuition, fees, books, and housing. Students not permanently residing in Navarro County must live in student housing to receive scholarships in the Fine Arts program. Please consult the Office of Financial Aid for further information regarding the following scholarships: Art: Scholarships up to $450 will be given to students majoring in art. Athletics: Navarro College has built a reputation for being a leader in junior college athletic competitions. For scholarship information concerning our athletic programs, contact the appropriate coach: Athletic Director: Roark Montgomery at (903) Athletic Department Fax: (903) Band: Band members may receive up to $1,000 per year in scholarships. Drum majors and exceptional band members may receive funding up to $2,400 per year. Caston: General Caston Scholarships total $1,050 per year for recipients and Distinguished Caston s total $1,800 per year. Cheerleading: The scholarship pays $1,200 per year. No original material is necessary for the audition. Choir: Choir members may receive up to $1,400 in scholarships per year. Exceptional students showing leadership and membership in multiple choirs are eligible for additional amounts. Counseling: Geneva Duncan Davis Scholarship for students pursuing a career in counseling are awarded up to $500 per year. Computer Science: Recipients may receive funding up to $400 per year. Faculty: Two to three scholarships are awarded every semester to those who meet the requirements. Health Professions - Scholarships are for students who have been accepted into the Associate Degree Nursing, Vocational Nursing, Medical Laboratory Technology, Occupational Therapy Assistant Programs, or Physical Therapist Assistant prior to the fall deadline. Awards are predominately need-based. Honors Program: Students accepted into the program may receive up to $1,200 in scholarships. John Deere Ag-Tech: Students can expect scholarships up to $500 yearly. Also, performance-based scholarships are available for returning sophomores. Music/Piano: Myrtle S. Dockum Memorial Scholarships and the Lottie Jones Mansfield Memorial Scholarships are awarded to cover cost of tuition, fees, and books. Navarro College Foundation: These scholarships are awarded to students who meet the requirements of donors. Teaching/Education: Geleen Duncan Simpson Scholarships are offered to students choosing a career as a teacher awarding up to $500 per year. Theatre: Scholarships are available to students in the amounts of $500 - $700 per semester, or $1,000 - $1,400 per year. An audition is required. Brilliance: Ellis County student scholarship awarded during Fall and Spring only. 6

9 DROPPING AND/OR ADDING COURSES Prior to the registration closes date, as specified in the college calendar for each individual semester, a student may drop and/or add courses. After the registration closes date, classes may not be added and approval of the course instructor must be obtained in order to drop a class. Dropping classes must take place prior to the last day to drop as listed on the academic calendar. The VA benefit recipient needs to be aware that the VA may require repayment of all benefits received from the beginning of a semester for any course in which the student receives a W grade. Additionally, an instructor may drop a student from a course prior to the last day to drop according to the terms written in the course syllabus and outline. Students on financial aid who withdraw from all courses before 60 percent of the semester has passed will be required to reimburse Pell for the classes. TUITION REFUNDS To be eligible for a tuition refund, a student must officially withdraw through the Office of Admissions and Records and must complete a Request for Refund form. Class Day is defined as any day a college class meets. Class days are computed beginning the first day of classes for the semester not according to the number of times a particular class has met. Please note: refunds will be issued to the student, not parents, even if parents paid. Check the Navarro College catalog for tuition and refund information. ACCOMMODATIONS FOR DISABILITY Students who have a disability that requires accommodations, please visit the Disability Services office in the Gooch One-Stop Student Center or call (903) An application for disability services and documentation of disability should be submitted to the Disability Services office four (4) weeks before the semester begins. Failure to do so may result in delay of services. STUDENT RECORDS ARE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL. IMMUNIZATION ALERT Vaccination Against Bacterial Meningitis for Entering Students: Effective January 2014, under Texas state law, all students entering Navarro College for the first time must show proof they have been vaccinated against bacterial meningitis. The law mandates that all entering students under the age of 22 must provide a certificate signed by a health care provider or an official immunization record verifying the student has been vaccinated against bacterial meningitis, or has received a booster during the five years preceding admission to Navarro College. An entering student includes: (a) New students: A first-time student of an institution of higher education or private or independent institution of higher education, including a student who transfers to the institution from another institution; or (b) A student who previously attended an institution of higher education or private or independent institution of higher education before January 2014, and who is enrolling in the same or another institution of higher education or private or independent institution of higher education following a break of at least one fall or spring semester. Exceptions to this policy include students who are already enrolled in Navarro College (students enrolled in fall 2011), students age 22 and older, and students who are enrolled solely in online or distance-learning classes. A student s primary care physician also may exempt the student from the vaccine if they sign an affidavit stating the vaccine will do the student more harm than good. A student also may exempt themselves from the vaccine requirement by submitting a conscientious exemption form from the Texas Department of State Health Services declining the vaccination due to reasons of conscience, such as religious belief. The vaccine must be received prior to the 10th day before the first day of class. The meningitis vaccine is available through your county health department. You may log on to the Texas Department of State Health Services Web site at: to view a listing of county health departments. The phone number for the Navarro County Health Department office is (903) The vaccine is also available through some primary care physicians. 1 (800) NAVARRO 7

10 IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT BACTERIAL MENINGITIS: What is bacterial meningitis? An inflammation of the membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord. What are the symptoms? Symptoms may include high fever, headache, and stiff neck, nausea, vomiting, discomfort looking into bright lights, confusion, and sleepiness. How is bacterial meningitis diagnosed? The diagnosis is usually made by growing bacteria from a sample of spinal fluid. What are the possible consequences of bacterial meningitis if left untreated? Bacterial meningitis is an extremely serious illness that requires immediate medical care. If not quickly treated, it can lead to death within hours or can cause permanent damage to the brain and other parts of the body. How is the illness transmitted? The bacteria can be spread from person to person through the exchange of respiratory and throat secretions. This can occur through coughing, kissing, and sneezing. How can bacterial meningitis be prevented? Keeping up to date with recommended immunizations is the best defense. Maintaining healthy habits, like getting plenty of rest and not coming into close contact with people who are sick, can also help. What are the relative risks of contracting the disease for students of institutions of higher education? Infectious diseases tend to spread quickly wherever larger groups of people gather together. As a result, college students are at an increased risk. What is the availability of the vaccination against and what is the treatment for the disease? The bacterial meningitis vaccine is available through health departments and some primary care physicians. Corsicana/ Navarro County s health department is located at 618 North Main St. or call (903) To view a listing of other local health departments, log on to the Texas Department of State Health Services Web site at: What are the risks associated with vaccination? A vaccine, like any medicine, could possibly cause serious problems, such as severe allergic reactions. The risk of the meningococcal vaccine causing serious harm, or death, is extremely low. Mild problems: As many as half the people who get meningococcal vaccines have mild side effects, such as redness or pain where the shot was given. A small percentage of people who receive the vaccine develop a fever. Severe problems: Serious allergic reactions, within a few minutes to a few hours of the shot, are very rare. A serious nervous system disorder called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (or GBS) has been reported among some people who received the vaccine. This happens so rarely that it is currently not possible to tell if the vaccine might be a factor. Even if it is, the risk is very low. Note: The above information concerning bacterial meningitis was obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Measles Measles is a highly contagious viral disease. Antibiotics are not available to treat infected people. Outbreaks of this illness have included many hospitalizations and deaths among college-aged people. For these reasons, it is strongly recommended that students have two doses of vaccine prior to beginning classes. Most young adults have had only one dose. The measles vaccine is most often given in combination with the vaccines for mumps and rubella that are also caused by viruses. Tetanus The illness caused by tetanus results from the poison produced by a bacteria. This is a very difficult illness to treat once it occurs, and prevention is the most appropriate choice. The vaccine is effective for about 10 years and needs to be boosted at that interval. It is common for older adults to develop tetanus in the U.S. because many adults do not receive the recommended 10 year boosters. The tetanus vaccine should be given in combination with the diphtheria vaccine. Poliomyelitis In the United States, polio immunization is not routinely recommended for people 18 years of age or older; however, if travel to other parts of the world is planned, a physician should be contacted for specific recommendations. If bacterial meningitis is contracted, it can be treated with a number of effective antibiotics. It is important that treatment be started early in the course of the disease. If bacterial meningitis is suspected, initial treatment with ceftriaxone and vancomycin is recommended. Appropriate antibiotic treatment of the most common types of bacterial meningitis should reduce the risk of dying from meningitis to below 15 percent, although the risk is higher among the elderly. 8

11 ASSESSMENT AND TESTING Developmental Education Plan In compliance with a directive from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) regarding the Texas Success Initiative, Navarro College has prepared the following developmental Education Plan: 1. As part of the admission process at Navarro College, all degreeseeking students will be administered the Texas Success Initiative Assessment unless he/she is exempt. Students are exempt who: Hold a Baccalaureate or an Associate s Degree from an institution of higher education. ACT: earned a composite score of 23 with a minimum of 19 on both the English and mathematics tests. Scores must have been earned within the last five years. SAT: earned a combined verbal and mathematics score of 1070 with a minimum score of 500 on both the mathematics and verbal tests. Scores must have been earned within the last five (5) years. Scored a minimum of 1770 on the TAAS writing test and minimum Texas Learning Indexes of 86 on the mathematics and 89 on the reading tests. Scores must have been earned within the last three years. Transferred to Navarro College from a private or independent institution of higher education or an accredited out-of-state institution of higher education, having satisfactorily completed college-level coursework at the previous institution. Have previously attended any accredited institution of higher learning and have been determined to have met readiness standards by that institution. Achieved a score of 2200 on mathematics and/or a score of 2200 on English Language Arts with a writing subsection score of at least 3 on the tenth grade TAKS relevant to the courses to be attempted. Achieved a combined score of 107 on the PSAT with a minimum of 50 on the critical reading and/or mathematics test relevant to the courses to be attempted. Achieved a composite score of 23 on the PLAN with a 19 or higher in mathematics and English. Are enrolled in a certificate program of one year or less (Level-One Certificates, 42 or fewer semester credit hours or the equivalent). Are serving on active duty as a member of the Armed Forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard, or as a member of a Reserve Component of the Armed Forces of the United States and have been serving for at least three years preceding enrollment. On or after August 1, 1990, were honorably discharged, retired, or released from active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States or the Texas National Guard or service as a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces of the United States. 2. Students enrolling in a Level 1 certificate are waived from placement testing. A student may not enroll in any courses outside the certificate curriculum without completing the placement test. If a stratified course is required in the degree plan for the certificate (i.e., English 1301), the student must successfully complete the associated component of a placement test before enrolling in the credit course. If the student fails the associated component, he/she must be remediated according to the Navarro College Developmental Education Plan. 3. Navarro College will administer the TSI Assessment as the State-approved placement instrument. Students will be placed in courses appropriate to their level of knowledge and skills as determined by cut-off scores established by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. 4. Students will be placed in the appropriate developmental/abe course(s) upon admission to the College and shall continue in the established sequence of developmental courses until they demonstrate mastery of objectives established by the THECB in the following ways: The student has made a grade of C or better in an approved related course; The student has passed the appropriate section of the placement test; The student has successfully completed the appropriate number of modular sections in a non-course-based option. 5. Attendance and participation in developmental courses are mandatory. Therefore, instructors for developmental / ABE courses will follow the attendance policy as stated in the Navarro College Catalog: Excessive absenteeism is defined as being equivalent to two weeks of instruction in a 16-week semester and may result in failure or being dropped from the course. 6. Persons enrolled as part-time, non-degree seeking students shall be defined as casual students. Such students will be allowed to enroll in non-stratified courses without being required to enroll in developmental classes. Full-time students from other universities or colleges may take courses for which they are TSIcomplete during the summer or minimester sessions without being enrolled in developmental courses. 7. Stratified courses are those that require a passing score on the related section of the placement test as a prerequisite to enroll. Stratified courses include: Reading: History 1301; History 1302; Government 2305; Government 2306; Psychology 2301; all 2000-level literature courses Writing: English 1301 Math: All college-level mathematics courses. 8. The developmental education plan will be evaluated on a regular basis by a committee appointed by the Vice President for Academic Affairs of the College. The evaluation will include research to determine the effectiveness of the plan in preparing students to succeed in college credit courses and to pass a state approved assessment instrument. Results of the evaluation will be used to recommend changes in the developmental education plan. 1 (800) NAVARRO 9

12 ASSESSMENT SCORE MATRICES DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS COURSE TSI MATH SCORE MODULAR COURSES MTH 0302 (Formerly MTH 1071) 335 or below MTH 0121, 0131, 0141 MTH 0305 (Formerly MTH 1074) MTH 0151, 0152, 0153 MTH 0306 (Formerly MTH 1312) MTH 0161, 0162, 0163 MATH or higher MATH 1314, 1324, or higher INTEGRATED READING AND WRITING COURSE TSI WRITING SCORE TSI READING SCORE IRW or below 342 or below IRW and Essay 4 or below ENGL 1301 Essay 5, Essay 4 and 363 or higher HIST or higher PLACEMENT SCORES FOR MODULAR COURSES DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS MODULAR COURSE Modules 1-4 are the equivalent of MTH They are for students who score MTH 0111 (mod 1) 310 MTH 0121 (mod 2) MTH 0131 (mod 3) 334 MTH 0141 (mod 4) 335 Modules 5-7 are the equivalent of MTH They are for students who score MTH 0151 (mod 5) MTH 0152 (mod 6) 341 MTH 0153 (mod 7) 342 Modules 8-10 are the equivalent of MTH They are for students who score MTH 0161 (mod 8) MTH 0162 (mod 9) MTH 0163 (mod 10) TSI MATH CUT SCORES 10

13 ADULT EDUCATION GED/ESL PROGRAMS The Adult Education Program is designed to help students in Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, and Rockwall counties develop basic skills either for enrichment or to prepare for college-level classes. The program offers: Individual tutoring for those functioning below fifth grade level in reading Basic reading, writing, and mathematics classes GED preparation class and exam for high school equivalency certificate English as a Second Language classes Individual educational counseling and career planning Citizenship Classes Transition Classes Classes do not require a fee and books used in the classroom are provided to students. Classes are offered throughout the five counties. The Adult Education Program provides a means for determining the educational level of adults who did not complete a formal high school education. The program provides instruction to prepare individuals for GED testing. Courses included curriculum in reading, writing, math, science, and social studies. ESL is a program for those limited English proficient students who have a focus on improving English communication skills such as speaking, reading, writing, and listening. ESL classes are free of charge for out-of-school adults. These classes are made to help improve fluency, pronunciation, and to expand vocabulary. For more information, call (903) DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION Students placed in developmental levels of reading writing and/ or mathematics on the basis of their placement test scores must enroll and participate in the prescribed developmental education courses until attaining college-level competency. Participation in developmental education includes a requirement for regular class attendance. *CE/CREDIT CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT Navarro College offers selected college credit courses for noncredit enrollment. A concurrent course is a continuing education course that meets at the same time and place as an existing college credit course on the same topic. An asterisk (*) indicates a credit class is available for concurrent enrollment. The CE schedule of classes also identifies courses eligible for concurrent enrollment. Students may enroll at the Office of Admissions and Records, the Continuing Education Office, and at all off-campus centers. Submission of complete Continuing Education application and payment of tuition is required for enrollment to be complete. Tuition for Continuing Education courses is published in the class schedule. Charges vary depending on the course content, length, and administrative costs. Refunds for Continuing Education courses will not be offered after the first day of class. The student earns Continuing Education Units (CEU) upon successful completion of concurrent classes. Transcripts of CEUs are available upon written request. Exemptions such as participation in class, completion of all assignments, preparation in terms of assigned reading, and completion of all tests as required by the instructor are the same for continuing education students enrolled in concurrent courses as they are for regular credit students in the course. Students must meet all attendance requirements to receive CEU credit. Students must meet 75% of the course hours. Certificate courses may have specific attendance requirements based on agency awarding credential. WEEKEND COLLEGE The Navarro College weekend program is designed for the working student who cannot take the traditional courses on weekdays. This program will incorporate hybrid classes or what some colleges call blended classes. A hybrid class has the same number of contact hours as a normal lecture class, but half of those hours will be accomplished in the traditional lecture format and the other half will be completed through computer online assignments. For example, a history class that normally meets three hours per week would only meet for 1.5 hours per week in the classroom as a hybrid. The other 1.5 hours might consist of reading assignments, quizzes, discussion questions, and other work that would be ed to the instructor. 1 (800) NAVARRO 11

14 HYBRID COURSES Hybrid or blended classes are a combination of lecture and online formats. A hybrid class has the same number of contact hours as a normal lecture class, but half of those hours will be accomplished in the traditional lecture format and the other half will be completed through computer online assignments. For example, a history class that normally meets three hours per week would only meet for 1.5 hours per week in the classroom as a hybrid. The other 1.5 hours might consist of online reading assignments, quizzes, discussion questions, and other such work that would be ed to the instructor. Hybrid classes are a great option for a person who works or has a family and wants to reduce the amount of time in the classroom. They are also a good option for the student who has a good working knowledge of a subject, but does not feel confident enough to take a pure online course. In the hybrid course, you have the benefit of being able to get face-to-face help from the instructor and the motivation of being held accountable to turn in assignments. The hybrid course is a little more structured than regular online courses and is a helpful transition for students who are thinking about trying online courses in the future. INTERACTIVE VIDEO (ITV) COURSES Interactive Video (ITV) courses feature two-way audio/video communication with the instructor present at one site while students at a remote classroom receive instruction in real-time. Students and instructors communicate with each other through microphones located in each classroom, and cameras in each location allow visual communication to occur. Students enrolled in ITV classes have the benefit of receiving live instruction without having to commute to their instructor s location. Navarro College has an ITV classroom at each of its campus locations. Each Navarro College interactive video site has the capability to connect to many area high schools and other interactive video networks. INTERNET COURSES Internet classes allow the student to complete a course through online assignments and in many cases, online assessments. Some Internet instructors do require the student to come to a campus testing center to complete major exams. Internet courses are a good option for the person who has a full-time job or some other commitment that prevents them from attending regular lecture classes. To be successful in an Internet course, the student must have a good understanding of the Internet, procedures, and word processing in general. Successful Internet students are also self-motivated, disciplined, and good readers. Internet courses are actually more challenging than the traditional lecture class, because the student is responsible for reading and understanding the course material with little assistance from the instructor. Internet courses are not for the novice computer user. Students who cannot send s or do not know how to use the attachment feature should not take an Internet course. Students often are tempted to take an Internet class simply because they think it will be easier or because they do not want to have to sit in a traditional lecture setting. Neither of these are good reasons for taking an Internet class. All students must have access to a computer with an Internet connection. The computer used for Internet courses must be able to run one of the latest versions of Internet browsers; for example: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari. All students must be able to follow all printed or electronic instructions provided for using BlackBoard and the Internet. 12

15 COMPUTER-BASED TRAINING COURSES BUSINESS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Students enrolled in Computer Based Training (CBT) classes will use computers and electronic business equipment in a self-paced learning lab. Day and evening hours are available for students of all ages to take advantage of this flexible learning approach. The learning lab is staffed by professional instructors. CBT COURSES (ALL CAMPUSES) POFI 1301 Computer Applications I POFT 1325 Bus. Math & Mach. Appls POFI 1341 Computer Application II POFT 1329 Beginning Keyboarding POFI 2401 Word Processing I POFT 2203 Speed & Accuracy Building POFL 1305 Legal Terminology MRMT 1307 HITT 1305 POFI 2431 POFT 2431 POFM 1317 POFT 1127 Medical Transcription I Medical Terminology I Desktop Publishing Admin. Sys. Capstone Medical Adm. Support Intro to Keyboarding ORGANIZATIONAL MEETINGS Students are required to attend one of the scheduled organizational meetings. Failure to attend an organizational meeting can result in the student being withdrawn from the class. Please refer to your printed schedule comments for a list of dates. LAB HOURS Meeting hours will be posted outside the labs when the Summer semester begins due to demand. PLEASE NOTE: All times and dates listed are subject to change due to demand 1 (800) NAVARRO 13

16 WEBMAIL WHAT IS MY NAVARRO COLLEGE ADDRESS? All students are assigned a free Navarro College account. In general, your address will be in the format: firstname. please review this entire document because there will be exceptions. HOW DO I ACCESS MY WEBMAIL ACCOUNT? You can access your account by selecting the WebMail button located under the Popular Links tab on the Navigation menu, under Quick Links at the top of the page, or directly at: mail.nc.navarrocollege.edu. To access your student account, you will need to enter your entire Navarro College address as your username (generally Please note user names are case sensitive on some systems, so you should always use lower case when logging in. If you have a common name, there may be numbers appended to your user name (example: john.doe14352) to find your user name go to webadvisor.navarrocollege.edu, click on Account Information (lower right side of page), then click on What s My User ID? enter the information requested to have your user name displayed. If your first/last name combined exceeds 20 characters, your user name will be in a different format. Please use What s My ID? to find your user name. Your initial password will be your four-digit year of birth plus the last four digits of your Social Security number. Example: if you were born in 1991 and your Social Security number is , your initial password will be You may be prompted to change your password the first time you log in. Valid WebMail passwords are a minimum of eight characters long. Note for international students: If you do not have a Social Security number, a number will be assigned to you in order for you to register for classes. You can contact the Office of Admissions and Records at (903) Please note: Navarro College will NEVER request that you send your username and password over in order to keep your account active. Please do not respond to any requesting your username and password. GETTING ASSISTANCE For problems related to your WebMail account, please contact the help desk at: When contacting your instructor or help desk personnel, please provide your full name, student ID number and/or date of birth, which class you re taking (please include the section number), and a brief description of the problem you are experiencing (including any error messages you might have received). If you are leaving a voic message, please keep your message brief and to the point speaking slowly and clearly and always repeat a number where you can be reached in the event of technical problems. Someone will get back to you as soon as possible. WEBADVISOR REGISTRATION Students who have maintained a GPA of over 2.0 and are not required to take developmental studies classes (Reading, Writing, and Math) are eligible to register themselves online using WebAdvisor. The following instructions will show you how to accomplish this. HOW TO USE WEBADVISOR Note: You may only register for classes during the scheduled registration dates for each term. At this time the following students may NOT register themselves using WebAdvisor: Students not TSI complete Students in academic difficulty (2.0 GPA or lower) Students who have not attended NC for more than one year wishing to re-enroll (Contact the Office of Admissions & Records for information) Students required to take developmental classes 1. From the Navarro College webpage, click on WebAdvisor or you may use the direct link: 2. Select the Login tab at the top right of the page and enter your username and password. Your username will be the same as for Blackboard and WebMail. For most students, the username will be the student s first name + dot + last name (all lower case) (example: john.doe). Please note that usernames are case sensitive on some systems so you should always use lower case when logging in. If you have a common name, there may be a series of numbers appended to your username (example: john. doe12435). To find your user name, click on Account Information on the lower right side of the page then click What s My User ID?. Enter your last name in the first box provided on the screen then enter either your Navarro College student ID number (found on your registration statement or ID card) or your Social Security number in 14

17 the appropriate box. Click on SUBMIT to display your username. If your first/last name combined exceeds 20 characters, your user name will be in a different format. Please use the steps above to find your username. For first-time users, your password will be your six-digit date of birth in MMDDYY format. Example: if you were born March 7, 1991, your password would be Do not enter slashes or dashes in password. If this is your first time to log in to WebAdvisor, you will be required to change your password. Upon logging in for the first time a screen will be displayed prompting you to enter your username and old password (your old password will be your birthdate in MMDDYY format as described above) you will also enter the new password you select twice for confirmation purposes. Valid WebAdvisor passwords are six to nine characters, a combination of letters and numbers. 3. Choose Current Student 4. Under Registration choose Register for Sections 5. Choose Express Registration if you know the exact course and section number for which you wish to register. Select Register for Classes Select Express Registration Select the term for which you want to register and enter the appropriate class information. Click on Submit to confirm your registration. 6. Choose Search and register for sections if you need to search for the courses for which you wish to register. Select Search For Classes Enter the required information in all of the appropriate boxes. You may choose to enter additional course information, but it is not mandatory. Select the course you want to add to your schedule. Review the course information. Click on Submit to confirm your registration. PRINT YOUR SCHEDULE It is extremely important that you check your class schedule for accuracy. You should print a copy of your class schedule on campus computers located in any of our computer labs or from your home computer using WebAdvisor. Payment deadlines apply regardless of the method of registration. Class Changes: You may make class changes through WebAdvisor by clicking on Add Classes or Drop Classes from the WebAdvisor for Students menu. This can only be done during the drop and add dates. Note: When you have finished, click on Log Out to keep others from gaining access to your records. NEED HELP? For help or questions on how to use WebAdvisor, please call (903) For assistance logging onto WebAdvisor, Note: When contacting your instructor or help desk personnel, please provide your full name student ID number and/or date of birth the class you re taking (please include section number) and a brief description of the problem you are experiencing (including any error messages you might have received). If you are leaving a voice mail message please keep your message brief and to the point speaking slowly and clearly and always repeat a number where you can be reached in the event of technical problems. Someone will get back to you as soon as possible. 1 (800) NAVARRO 15

18 BLACKBOARD What is Blackboard? Blackboard is a system being used by a growing number of Navarro College instructors in order to make class materials such as course syllabi, chapter notes, assignments, and even tests available to students online. Students can log on to Blackboard from virtually any computer with Internet capabilities and find all their course materials in just a few short clicks. Other great features in Blackboard include the ability to classmates, store assignments, participate in discussion boards, keep a personal calendar, and much more. Will all my instructors require I use Blackboard? It depends on the course you are taking. Your instructor may or may not choose to use Blackboard for his/her classes. If you are enrolled in online or hybrid classes you will almost definitely use Blackboard. Many instructors teaching lecture-type classes are also placing course information on Blackboard, but this will vary from class to class. Your classroom instructor will let you know if Blackboard will be required for his/her class. Nevertheless, it s still a good idea to know how to log on to Blackboard even if just for using the calendar or ing fellow classmates. When can I use Blackboard? After enrolling in your classes for the coming semester, your courses will not appear on Blackboard until after the system updates itself. The Blackboard system is set to update three times per day and conducts a complete system back-up each night (important note: students will not be able to access Blackboard between 3:30 a.m. to 4:30 a.m. due to system backup). Once the next scheduled update is complete, you should be able to see your courses in Blackboard (usually on the same day you have registered); however, access to your course information may not be available until the first official day of class. Who do I contact if I m having problems with Blackboard? Please report all Blackboard problems immediately. If you are having difficulties logging on to Blackboard, experiencing technical issues related to Blackboard, or wanting to know how to use various features associated with this system, you should contact the Blackboard help desk at the following: BLACKBOARD HELP DESK Please contact: Matt Miller at or (903) Debra Armstrong at or (903) For additional assistance with logging onto Blackboard, contact Note: When contacting your instructor or help desk personnel, please provide your full name, student ID number and/or date of birth, the class you re taking (please include section number), and a brief description of the problem you are experiencing (including any error messages you might have received). If you are leaving a voice mail message, please keep your message brief and to the point speaking slowly and clearly and always repeat a number where you can be reached in the event of technical problems. Someone will get back to you as soon as possible. IMPORTANT: Please direct issues specifically involving course matters to the instructor. The Blackboard help desk cannot accept assignments, reset exam attempts, or amend an instructor s class policies without permission from the instructor. 16

19 How do I log on and begin using Blackboard? 1. Go to the Navarro College Web site and click on the Blackboard link or access it at blackboard.navarrocollege.edu. 2. Enter your USERNAME and PASSWORD in the boxes provided then click LOGIN IMPORTANT NOTE CONCERNING USERNAMES AND PASSWORDS: Students will use the same username for Blackboard as they use for WebAdvisor and WebMail. In most cases, the student s username will be their first name + dot + their last name (example: john.doe). Please note usernames are case sensitive on some systems, so you should always use lower case when logging in. If you have a common name, there may be numbers appended to your username (example: john.doe14352) to find your username go to click on Account Information (lower right side of page), then click on What s My User ID? then enter the information requested to have your user name displayed. If your first/last name combined exceeds 20 characters, your username will be in a different format. Please use What s My ID to find your username. Your initial password will be your six-digit date of birth in MMDDYY format (example: if you were born March 7, 1991, your password would be ). For your own security, we strongly recommend you change your password upon signing into Blackboard the first time. 3. You should now be looking at your Welcome page. See the image below for details on the many features available to you through Blackboard. After logging in: 1. Click on Personal Settings link to change your password or update your personal information. 2. Access other Navarro College services, such as WebAdvisor and Student (separate login required). 3. Customize your Blackboard welcome page by clicking on the Contents and Layout buttons. 4. Select the course links located in the My Courses section to view course information such as syllabi, chapter notes, assignments, etc. 5. Use the Tools area to create your personal calendar, address book, or as a shortcut to view grades and send . If you are using a public access computer (computer lab, etc.), always remember to log out after each session. 1 (800) NAVARRO 17

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