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1 Your Pathway to Success r e m m Su 2015 SUMMER REGISTRATION STARTS APRIL 6TH 2600 MISSION BELL DRIVE SAN PABLO, C A E N R O L L O N L I N E AT W W W.C O N T R AC O S TA. E D U Schedule of Classes EARLY SUMMER COURSES START MAY 26TH SUMMER SESSION STARTS JUNE 15TH

2 Summer 2015 ACADEMIC CALENDAR* Jan 15-Feb 28 March 12 Mar 16- April 15 April 6 April 7 April 8-13 April 15 April 24 May 15 May 25 May 26 May 28 June 14 June 15 Variable July 10 FINAL EXAMS July 24 July 31 Filing period for early graduation petition to apply for priority registration for summer Registration appointments for summer available Appeal filing period for continuing and returning students with over 100 degree applicable units or on second semester probation or dismissal Priority registration for EOPS/DSPS/Veterans/Foster Youth/CalWORKs Priority registration for DSPS notetakers, early graduation petitioners, intercollegiate athletes Priority registration for continuing, returning, MCHS and recent HS graduates who have completed Student Success Program** Priority registration for new students who have completed the Student Success Program**, and returning students with less than 100 degree applicable units. Registration for continuing and returning students with over 100 degree applicable units or on second semester probation/dismissal Registration for new students who did not complete the Student Success Program** and exempt students Holiday -- Memorial Day First day of instruction for Early Summer classes Walk-in registration for concurrent high school students Last day to register online prior to first day of instruction for regular summer First day of instruction for all 6 and 8 week classes - registration by late add code The last day to add and other important dates vary by course. Check your class schedule on WebAdvisor to obtain these dates. Last day to petition for a Summer degree/certificate Usually held during the last scheduled class meeting. Confirm with your instructor. Last day of instruction for 6 week classes Last day of instruction for 8 week classes end SPECIAL NOTICE ABOUT SUMMER SESSION COURSE DEADLINES: For summer classes the dates to add, receive a refund, or drop are calculated individually based on the length of each class. For detailed class-specific deadline dates, log into your InSite WebAdvisor student account and select My Class Schedule. You may also check with your instructor who has this information on the class roster. Students are strongly advised to record these deadlines in your personal calendar. Date calculation guidelines: o - Last day to add or drop with eligibility for fee refund (10% of the class) o - Last day to withdraw from a full-term class without a W (20% of the class) o - Last day to choose Pass/No Pass grading option (30% of the class) o - Last day to withdraw from a course with a W (75% of the class) o - Last day to enroll in or adjust units for an open entry/open exit variable unit class (75% of the class) It is the student s responsibility to know and understand all college deadlines INFO: Students may register online until 11:59 PM, the day prior to the first class meeting. When adding or dropping online, please be sure to keep your confirmation. ** The Student Success Program includes assessment, orientation, and completion of an educational plan (enroll in Coun-108) 2 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

3 Where do I start at Contra Costa College? S t e p s t o S u c c e s s S u m m e r Step 1 Submit an Application for Admission Go to to complete your application online. Click on the Apply Now button. To submit an application in person visit the Admissions and Records Office, Room 115 in the Student Services Center. Step 2 Apply for Financial Aid If you need help paying for college you have several options. You may be eligible for a Board of Governors (BOG) fee waiver or other state and federal opportunities to help you pay for your classes, books and supplies. To apply go to www. fafsa.ed.gov and follow the instructions to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can also just submit an application for a fee waiver at https://secure. cccapply.org/bog_waiver. The California Dream Act allows certain students who meet Assembly Bill (AB) 540 requirements to apply for and receive state financial aid. For more information on the Dream Act and AB 540 eligibility requirements, visit https:// dream.csac.ca.gov/. Step 3 Complete the Assessment We want to meet you where you are! Your success is important to us. Make an appointment to take a math and English or English as a Second Language (ESL) assessment. This will assist you in getting an accurate picture of your English and math skills and help you choose the best classes for you. Register online for an appointment to take the assessment at or in-person at the Assessment Center in Room 104 of the Student Services Center. Step 4 Complete Orientation or Enroll in ESL-108* New students at Contra Costa College are required to complete orientation. Orientation is offered online through self-paced modules where you will learn a wealth of information about programs, classes, support services, and campus policies. You will receive an after you submit your application for admission, providing a link to the online orientation. * For non-native English speakers and learners, an in-person class was designed as an alternative to the online orientation. Information on available classes of ESL-108 can be found at by clicking on the Steps to Success button on the homepage. Step 5 Enroll in COUNS-108 and Develop an Educational Plan An educational plan is a map to help you identify the courses required to complete your goals. By enrolling in COUNS-108: Introduction to Educational Planning, you will engage with a counselor to identify your specific program of study and the most direct route from start to finish. Information on available classes of COUNS-108 can be found at by clicking on the Steps to Success button on the homepage. Step 6 Register for Classes Now that you have a plan for meeting your educational goals, registering for classes is simple. Log into your WebAdvisor student account from the Contra Costa College website, to register for classes directly from your student educational plan. If you need help in person, visit the Welcome/Transfer Center or the Admissions and Records Office located in the Student Services Center (SSC). Get Your Student ID Visit the Welcome/Transfer Center in the Student Services Center (SSC) Room-111. Bring proof of enrollment and personal identification NEED HELP OR CONFUSED? If you need additional support and guidance getting started with the admissions or registration process, please visit the Welcome/Transfer Center in the Student Services Center (SSC) Rm 111. Call for current center hours of operation. PARKING INFORMATION A parking permit is needed to park on campus. You may purchase a parking permit for the semester online via the InSite/WebAdvisor portal. Log in and click on Students tab then select Academic Services ; have your vehicle registration information ready to enter. You may also purchase daily permits at machines located in multiple campus parking lots. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION Bookstore: For information about required textbooks and prices, please visit the bookstore s website: COLLEGE CONTACT NUMBERS & LOCATIONS Admissions and Records (510) SSC, Rm-115 Assessment Center (510) SSC, Rm-104 Counseling (510) or (510) SSC, Rm-108 Financial Aid (510) SSC, Rm-102 Welcome/Transfer Center (510) SSC, Rm-111 Contra Costa College Summer

4 Como comienzo en Contra Costa College? Pa s o s a l é x i t o V e r a n o PASO 1 Presentar una Solicitud de Admisión Para completar su solicitud de admisión visite la página: haga clic en el botón Apply Now. Para presentar una solicitud en persona puede visitar la oficina de Admissions and Records, habitación 115, en el edificio de Student Services Center. PASO 2 Aplicar para Ayuda Financiera Si necesita ayuda para pagar por su educación hay varias opciones. Usted podría ser elegible para una exención de cuotas a través del programa Board of Governors (BOG). Hay también otros tipos de ayuda estatales y/o federales para ayudarle a pagar por sus clases, libros y útiles. Para aplicar visite: www. fafsa.ed.gov y siga las instrucciones para completar la solicitud gratuita de Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Para presentar una solicitud para una exención de cuotas visite la página https:// secure.cccapply.org/bog_waiver. PASO 3 Completar la Evaluación de Inglés y Matemáticas Haga una cita para tomar las evaluaciónes de matemáticas, Inglés o Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL). El propósito de la evaluación es para asegurarnos que usted se registre en las clases correctas de acuerdo a su nivel. Para hacer una cita visite la página o en persona visite la oficina de Assessment Center, habitación 104, en el edificio de Student Services Center. PASO 4 Completa Orientación o Inscribirse en ESL-108* Contra Costa College require que nuevos estudiantes completen la orientación. La orientación se ofrece en línea a través de módulos donde aprenderás una gran cantidad de información acerca de los programas, clases de apoyo, servicios y pólizas del colegio. Usted recibirá un correo electrónico después de presentar su solicitud de admisión, que proporciona conexiones con la orientación en línea. *Para los estudiantes cuyo segundo idioma es el Inglés, una clase en persona fue diseñada como una alternativa a la orientación en línea. La información sobre las clases disponibles de ESL-108 se puede encontrar en haga clic en el botón Steps to Success en la página principal. PASO 6 Inscribirse en las Clases Ahora que tiene un plan para alcanzar sus metas educativas, registrarse para las clases es simple. Acceda su cuenta de estudiante WebAdvisor desde el sitio web de Contra Costa College, edu, para inscribirse en las clases directamente desde su plan educativo. Si necesita ayuda en persona, visite la oficina Welcome/Transfer Center o Admissions and Records ubicada en el edificio Student Services Center (SSC) OBTENGA SU TARJETA DE INDENTIFICATIÓN DE ESTUDIDANTE Visite el departamento de Welcome/Transfer Center ubicado en el edificio de Student Services Center (SSC) habitación 111. Necesitara prueba de inscripción y una identificación personal. NECESITA AYUDA O ESTÁ CONFUNDIDO? Si necesita ayuda adicional para empezar con el proceso de admisión o registro, visite el departamento Welcome/Transfer Center ubicado en el edificio de Student Services Center (SSC), habitación 111. Llame al si necesita el horario de la oficina. INFORMACIÓN ACERCA DEL ESTACIONAMIENTO Necesitará un permiso para poder estacionarse en el colegio. Usted puede comprar un permiso de estacionamiento en línea a través de InSite/WebAdvisor. Al ingresar a su cuenta, inicie su sesión por medio de WebAdvisor y haga clic en Students y luego en Academic Services. Necesitará la información de registro del vehículo. Usted también puede comprar permisos de estacionamiento diarios en las máquinas situadas en varios estacionamientos en el colegio. Otra Información ImportanTE Librería Para obtener información acerca de los libros de texto requeridos y los precios, por favor visite el sitio web de la tienda de libros: PASO 5 Inscribirse en COUNS-108 y Desarrollar un Plan de Educación Un plan educativo es un mapa para ayudarle a identificar los cursos necesarios para completar sus metas. Al inscribirse en COUNS-108: Introduction to Educational Planning, vas a participar con un consejero para identificar su programa específico de estudio y la ruta más directa de principio a fin. La información sobre las clases disponibles de COUNS-108 se puede encontrar en haciendo clic en el botón Steps to Success en la página principal. Números de Contacto del Colegio y Ubicaciones Admissions and Records (510) SSC, Rm-115 Assessment Center (510) SSC, Rm-104 Counseling (510) or (510) SSC, Rm-108 Financial Aid (510) SSC, Rm-102 Welcome/Transfer Center (510) SSC, Rm-11 4 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

5 How Do I Apply Online to CCC? Go to Click on ReGisteR in the lower left portion of the homepage. Click Apply Now to access the Create an Account page if it is your first time applying. Access if you have an account.* IMPORTANT! Provide a valid address. *NOte: Returning students who previously applied using CCCApply must make a new account. OpenCCC is our new application system. For future reference, be sure to write down your: Username: Password: if you forgot your account, click on sign in and then i forgot my username and/or i forgot my password. Click on start A New Application to begin your application. IMPORTANT It is recommended but not required to provide your Social Security Number when you apply. If you provide your SSN on this application you may find it easier to access your student records when you need them if you forget or misplace your CCC student ID number. If you do not provide your SSN or do not have one, you will always need to use your CCC student ID number to access your student records. This information is ed to you when you apply online. You will need to come in person to the Admissions & Records office or Enrollment Lab and bring a photo ID to obtain your student ID number and InSite WebAdvisor User Name if you misplace this information. All institutions are required by law to keep your SSN private and secure; and not to reveal it without your permission. rev Contra Costa College Summer

6 8. Select the Location, Term, Subject and Course Number, then click Submit 6 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

7 FEES AND TUITION Fee type Amount * Comments California Resident Fee $46 per unit Students who are California residents pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of credit. Nonresident Fee $254 total per unit Nonresidents of California pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of credit, plus $198 in tuition per unit of credit, plus $10 for a capital outlay fee, per unit. Non-U.S. citizen Tuition (Including International Students) $254 total per Units Non-U.S. citizens who cannot establish California residency pay an enrollment fee of $46* per unit of credit, plus $198 in tuition, plus $10 for a capital outlay fee, per unit of credit. Health Insurance for International Students Parking Permit Instructional Material Fees $ (Spring and Summer) $ (Summer only - new students) $40 per semester for a car or $3 per day (subject to change at any time without notice) and during the summer $20 per semester for a motorcycle or a car. Variable by course Spring and Summer health insurance coverage is only for students who have registered for the spring semester. Coverage is from 1/03/15 until 8/9/15 Summer only coverage (new students entering in the summer) is from 5/22/15 to 8/9/15. See policy statement below. Student Activity Fee** (This fee is optional; See detailed information below) Student Representation Fee $5.00 per semester The Student Activity Fee allows the Contra Costa College Associated Students (student government) to provide funding for campus clubs, events, activities, and campus-based programs that will benefit the student population. Examples of programs which the activity fee could support are student scholarships, textbook scholarships, multi-cultural campus events, and community resource outreach programs. $1 per semester required non-refundable. All students. Student ID Card Transcript Fee Verification fee No charge for ID card or semester stickers; optional $5 ASUCCC activity sticker. All requests require written authorization and advance payment. Standard: First 2 copies in the district are free 1, $5 thereafter Rush: $15 per transcript; $10 if the student qualifies for either of his/her 2 free copies Express: $30 per transcript; $25 if the student qualifies for either of his/her 2 free copies $2 per copy First 2 copies are free; $5 letterhead verification Student ID cards, semester stickers and ASUCC activity stickers which provide student activity and merchant discounts can be obtained in the Student Life Center in the AA Building. Continuing students obtain semester stickers with proof of registration. Standard: Mailed through the U.S. Postal Service within 7-10 business days. No student pick-up allowed for standard service. Rush: Mailed by U.S. Postal Service mail next business day or prepared for pickup. Express: Same day service prepared for student pickup (may not always be available). Written authorization is required. Verifications requested through the Admissions & Records Office will be assessed at $2 for each request. Students can receive free verifications of enrollment through WebAdvisor. (available 24-hours per day/7 days per week). * This amount may be changed by the Governor/State Legislature without notice. ** Fee is voluntary. Refund forms are available in the Student Life Office. Refund forms must be submitted in person at the Cashier s Office. Refund forms must be received within the first two weeks of instruction. Refund checks will be issued monthly after the first two weeks of instruction each term. 1 Students may receive 2 free transcripts across the district (i.e. 1 at CCC and 1 at DVC equals 2). Contra Costa College Summer

8 Financial Aid Regulations & Checklist Board of Governors Fee Waiver Students who meet specific income requirements can have their class fees waived Apply online at If you have already filed your FAFSA you may already have a fee waiver awarded. Please check your WebAdvisor under Financial Aid Status by Term by logging on to FAFSA Fill out the FREE Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to see if you are eligible to receive free cash aid to go to school. Apply online at To apply for financial aid for the Summer 2015 semester you must complete the FAFSA. Contra Costa College s school code is Cal Grant Deadline The state of California offers state aid through the Cal Grant program. To determine your eligibility for this additional state aid you must complete all necessary application paperwork by the Cal Grant deadline. The deadline is March 2 annually for the following academic year, with a second deadline of September 2 annually (for community college students only). For more information, log on to For additional information about financial aid, including important policies, guidelines, and processes, please visit our web site, and click on Financial Aid. You can also stop by The Office of Student Financial Assistance located in the Student Services Center, SSC-102 or call us with general questions at (510) PELL LIFETIME ELIGIBILITY LIMIT The duration of a student s eligibility to receive a Federal Pell Grant is 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent). The calculation of the duration of a student s eligibility will include all years of the student s receipt of Federal Pell Grant funding. Once a student has received a Federal Pell Grant for 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent) the student will no longer be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant for future semesters. There is no appeal process for this limit. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS Students who do not have a high school diploma or a recognized equivalent (e.g., GED), or do not meet the home school requirements, will not be eligible to receive federal student aid. Students may qualify for federal student aid under one of the Ability- The Office of Financial Assistance is now on social media! Follow/like for updates, deadlines, and other important financial aid information. Office of Financial Assistance at Contra Costa on Instagram and Twitter to-benefit Test (ATB) alternatives if the student was enrolled in a federal student aid eligible program prior to July 1, The ATB alternatives include the student passing an independently administered, approved ATB test or successfully completing at least six credit hours of postsecondary education. Important Rules FINANCIAL AID REPEAT COURSE POLICY The Department of Education has set a limit on the number of times a course can be repeated before it is excluded from a student s enrollment status for financial aid purposes. Once a student receives passing credit for a course, that course can only be repeated one more time to be included in the enrollment status for a financial aid disbursement. For purposes of this regulation, a passing grade is considered a D- or better. Any course for which a student is enrolling for a third time after having received a passing grade will not be included in the enrollment status for financial aid purposes. PLEASE NOTE: The restriction applies only to instances when the student receives a passing grade for the course; students are allowed to repeat courses without a limit for financial aid consideration for any failed or withdrawn course until a passing grade is received. Once a passing grade is received, the above policy will apply. **The above repeat course policy applies only to determining a student s enrollment status for the disbursement of financial aid and is separate from the institutional academic policy regarding course repetition and enrollment into repeatable courses** 8 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

9 SUMMER 2015 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES NOTE: Classes Shaded in Grey are night classes! sec days hrs rm instr dates Academic Skills ACSKL-200 Peer Tutoring Certification Level One - (SC) -.5 Unit Short Term/Late Start 6707 MT 10:10-12:00pm L-121 Gibson, B 8/10-8/11 1:10-3:30pm For more information, please contact Brandy Gibson at Administration of Justice ADJUS-127 Youth Police Academy - (LR) - 2 Units Short Term/Late Start 1076 MTWTH 8:10-5:00pm HS-101 Martin, K 7/20-7/28 MTWTH 5:00-6:30pm AA-142 Section 1076 is an accelerated course of instruction that begins on July 20, 2015 and ends on July 29, Anthropology ANTHR-125 Introduction to Archaeology - (SC) - 3 Units 1367 TWTH 12:40-3:30pm LA-201 Schwappach-Shirriff, L 6/16-7/23 ANTHR-130 Cultural Anthropology - (SC) - 3 Units 1080 TWTH 9:40-12:30pm AA-215 Conrad, J 6/15-7/23 ANTHR-140 Introduction to Physical Anthropology - (LR) - 3 Units 1365 MTWTH 8:10-10:20am LA-206 Schwappach-Shirriff, L 6/15-7/23 ANTHR-140L Introduction to Physical Anthropology Laboratory - (LR) - 1 Unit 1364 MTWTH 10:20-12:30pm LA-207 Schwappach-Shirriff, L 6/15-7/23 ANTHR-150 Magic, Witchcraft and Religion - (LR) - 3 Units 4635 MTWTH 12:40-2:50pm LA-206 Revenaugh, A 6/15-7/23 Art ART-117 Appreciation of Art & Architecture - (SC) - 3 Units 6411 TWTH 6:10-9:00pm A-2 McDermott, W 6/16-7/23 ART-132 Digital Art - Beginning I - (SC) Units 1322 MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 10:40-12:50pm Section 1322 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-133 Digital Art - Beginning II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 10:40-12:50pm Section 1323 has a mandatory materials fee of $ sec days hrs rm instr dates ART-135 Hot Metals Beginning Jewelry I - (SC) Units 1335 TWTH 12:40-2:30pm A-7 McDermott, W 6/16-7/23 2:40-5:30pm Section 1335 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-136 Hot Metals Beginning Jewelry II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART TWTH 12:40-2:30pm A-7 McDermott, W 6/16-7/23 2:40-5:30pm Section 1336 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-140 Sculpture: Beginning I - (SC) Units 5400 MTWTH 8:40-10:00am A-8 Lu, J 6/15-7/23 10:10-1:00pm Section 5400 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-141 Sculpture: Beginning II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 8:40-10:00am A-8 Lu, J 6/15-7/23 10:10-1:00pm Section 5401 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-158 Digital Photography: Beginning I - (SC) Units 5500 MTWTH 1:10-5:00pm A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 Section 5500 has a mandatory materials fee of $6.00. ART-159 Digital Photography: Beginning II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 1:10-5:00pm A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 Section 5501 has a mandatory materials fee of $6.00. ART-161 Photography: Beginning I - (SC) Units 6200 TWTH 9:10-1:00pm A-2 Davis, D 6/15-7/23 Section 6200 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-162 Photography: Beginning II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART TWTH 9:10-1:00pm A-2 Davis, D 6/15-7/23 Section 6201 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-174 Drawing and Composition: Beginning I - (SC) Units 5402 MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-6A Fenstermaker, D 6/15-7/23 MTWTH 10:40-1:30pm A-6B Section 5402 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-175 Drawing and Composition: Beginning II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-6A Fenstermaker, D 6/15-7/23 MTWTH 10:40-1:30pm A-6B Contra Costa College summer

10 sec days hrs rm instr datess sec days hrs rm instr dates ART-184 Pastel/Color Theory - (SC) - 3 Units 5408 MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-6A Fenstermaker, D 6/15-7/23 MTWTH 10:40-1:30pm A-6B Section 5408 has a mandatory materials fee of $9.00. ART-232 Digital Art: Intermediate I - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 10:40-1:30pm ART-233 Digital Art: Intermediate II - (SC) Units 1333 MTWTH 9:10-1:30pm A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 ART-235 Hot Metals Intermediate Jewelry I - (SC) Units Prereq: ART TWTH 12:40-2:30pm A-7 McDermott, W 6/16-7/23 2:40-5:30pm Section 2335 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-236 Hot Metals Intermediate Jewelry II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART TWTH 12:40-2:30pm A-7 McDermott, W 6/16-7/23 2:40-5:30pm Section 2336 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-240 Sculpture: Intermediate I - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 8:40-10:00am A-8 Lu, J 6/15-7/23 10:10-1:00pm Section 2516 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-241 Sculpture: Intermediate II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 8:40-10:00am A-8 Lu, J 6/15-7/23 10:10-1:00pm Section 2517 has a mandatory materials fee of $ ART-258 Digital Photography: Intermediate I - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 1:10-5:00pm A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 Section 5502 has a mandatory materials fee of $6.00. ART-259 Digital Photography: Intermediate II - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 1:10-5:00pm A-1 Gordon, C 6/15-7/23 Section 5503 has a mandatory materials fee of $6.00. ART-274 Drawing and Composition: Intermediate I - (SC) Units Prereq: ART MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-6A Fenstermaker, D 6/15-7/23 MTWTH 10:40-1:30pm A-6B ART-811N Beginning and Intermediate Painting for Older Adults - (P/NP) - 0 Unit 6205 F 9:10-11:00am OC Lu, J 6/15-7/ F 9:10-11:00am OC Lu, J 6/15-7/23 Automotive Services AUSER-100V Welding for the Automotive Technician - (P/NP) Units 1166 MTWTH 8:10-11:00am AT-101 Lock, P 5/26-6/3 11:10-4:30pm Section 1166 requires permission to enroll and is for Auto Collsion students. For more information, please contact Peter Lock at (510) or AUSER-100X Automotive Maintenance & Service Lab - (LR) - 1 Unit 1069 MTWTH 9:10-12:20pm AT-110 Sturgeon, B 6/1-6/25 Section 1069 requires permission to enroll for Auto Mechanic students. For more information, please contact Lucile Beatty at (510) or Biological Science BIOSC-106 Experimental Analysis in Biology - (P/NP) -.5 Unit 2813 TTH 9:10-12:00pm B-18 Ponomareff, G 6/16-7/ TTH 1:10-4:00pm B-18 Ponomareff, G 6/16-7/ TTH 9:10-12:00pm B-18 Ponomareff, G 7/7-7/ TTH 1:10-4:00pm B-18 Ponomareff, G 7/7-7/23 BIOSC-110 Introduction to Biological Science - (LR) - 4 Units 4068 MTWTH 8:10-12:30pm B-24 Muick, P 5/26-7/2 BIOSC-132 Human Anatomy - (LR) - 4 Units 2470 MTWTH 9:10-1:30pm B-39 Parks, E 6/15-7/23 BIOSC-160 Nutrition - (LR) - 3 Units 2538 MTW 3:40-6:30pm B-12 Chan, L 6/15-7/22 Business BUS-294 Business Law - (SC) - 3 Units 4030 W 6:40-8:00pm LA-103 Bristol-Wright, P 6/17-8/8 S 9:10-2:15pm Chemistry CHEM-119 Introductory Chemistry - (SC) - 4 Units Prereq: MATH 118 or one year of high school algebra MTWTH 8:40-1:20pm PS-14 Alexander, L 5/26-7/2 Section 4033 starts 5/26/2015 and ends 07/02/ MTWTH 1:10-4:10pm PS-106 Staff, C 5/26-7/2 MTWTH 4:20-5:50pm PS-14 Section 4033 starts 5/26/2015 and ends 07/02/2015. CHEM-120 General College Chemistry I - (SC) - 5 Units ART-275 Drawing and Composition: Intermediate II - (SC) Units Prereq: MATH 120 or equivalent (Intermediate Algebra). Advisory: High school science Prereq: ART 274 preparation including a course in chemistry with a laboratory (equivalent to CHEM 119) MTWTH 9:10-10:30am A-6A Fenstermaker, D 6/15-7/23 The ability to read and write at the ENGL 142B level. A diagnostic exam may be given MTWTH 10:40-1:30pm A-6B to assist the student in determining whether or not she has adequate preparation for the course MTWTH 9:10-1:00pm PS-106 Dang, T 5/26-7/2 MTWTH 1:10-4:15pm PS-6 Section 1064 starts May 26 and ends July Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

11 sec days hrs rm instr dates sec days hrs rm instr dates Cooperative Education COOP-160 General Work Experience Education - (LR) Units Note: Students interested in enrolling in a COOP course must first, be employed or volunteering, complete the required forms and attend a Mandatory Orientation Meeting. Orientation meeting dates & times: Tue 6/23, Wed 6/24, and Thurs 6/25 from 12-1pm, in the College Skill Center (LLRC 121). Once enrolled, forms are made available to students on their D2L class site. For more information Mary Johnson at contracosta.edu Johnson, M 6/15-8/6 Section 5977 is a 3 unit variable course Johnson, M 6/15-8/6 Section 2163 is a 2 unit variable course Johnson, M 6/15-8/6 Section 1163 is a 1 unit variable course. COOP-170 Occupational Work Experience Education - (LR) Units Note: Students interested in enrolling in a COOP course must first, be employed or volunteering, complete the required forms and attend a Mandatory Orientation Meeting. Orientation meeting dates & times: Tue 6/23, Wed 6/24, and Thurs 6/25 from 12-1pm, in the College Skill Center (LLRC 121). Once enrolled, forms are made available to students on their D2L class site. For more information Mary Johnson at contracosta.edu 4866 Johnson, M 6/15-8/6 Section 4866 is a 4 unit variable course Johnson, M 6/15-8/6 Section 1102 is a 3 unit variable course Johnson, M 6/15-8/6 Section 1104 is a 2 unit variable course Johnson, M 6/15-8/6 Section 1106 is a 1 unit variable course. Counseling COUNS-108 Introduction to Educational Planning - (P/NP) -.3 Unit Note: This course is intended for new students. Please complete the online orientation and the math and English assessments prior to the first class meeting. Bring a printout of assessment results and high school transcripts, if applicable T 9:10-12:00pm AA-239 Chung, I 6/2-6/2 T 12:40-3:30pm SSC TH 9:10-12:00pm LA-101 Boland Drain, S 6/11-6/11 TH 12:40-3:30pm SSC T 9:10-12:00pm CTC-128 Phillips, A 6/16-6/16 T 12:40-3:30pm SSC TH 9:10-12:00pm HS-3 Phillips, A 6/25-6/25 TH 12:40-3:30pm SSC T 9:10-12:00pm HS-3 Phillips, A 6/30-6/30 T 12:40-3:30pm SSC TH 9:00-12:00pm HS-3 Huey, S 7/9-7/9 TH 12:40-3:30pm SSC T 9:10-12:00pm HS-3 Bennett, K 7/14-7/14 T 12:40-3:30pm SSC T 6:10-9:00pm LA-104 Wright, S 7/21-7/23 TH 6:10-9:00pm SSC TH 9:10-12:00pm HS-3 Huey, S 7/23-7/23 TH 12:40-3:30pm SSC T 9:10-12:00pm LA-102 Escobar, M 7/28-7/28 T 12:40-3:30pm SSC TH 9:10-12:00pm LA-102 Huey, S 7/30-7/30 TH 12:40-3:30pm SSC T 9:10-12:00pm SSC-104 Nolasco, M 8/4-8/4 12:40-3:30pm 3526 W 1:10-4:00pm CTC-114 Boland Drain, S 8/5-8/6 TH 1:10-4:00pm SSC-104 Section 3526 is for International Students, but is open to all T 9:10-12:00pm CTC-114 Bennett, K 8/11-8/11 T 12:40-3:30pm SSC TH 9:10-12:00pm CTC-112 Phillips, A 8/13-8/13 TH 12:40-3:30pm SSC-104 COUNS-120 Managing College Success and Life Transitions - (SC) - 3 Units 2225 TWTH 8:10-11:00am HS-1 Odom, J 6/16-7/23 Section 2225 is part of the EOPS Summer Academy. Culinary Arts CULIN-260 European Cakes Decorating and Desserts - (P/NP) - 2 Units 1097 MTWTH 8:00-8:45am AA-237 Legas, C 6/15-7/23 8:55-11:00am CULIN-275 Fundamentals of Cooking - (P/NP) Units 3233 MTWTH 11:30-12:25pm AA-239 Schwarz, E 6/15-7/16 12:35-2:25pm Contra Costa College summer

12 sec days hrs rm instr datess sec days hrs rm instr dates Dance DANCE-161A Beginning Ballroom Dance - (LR) Units 1644 TTH 5:30-7:35pm GA-10 Clarke, N 6/16-7/23 DANCE-161B Intermediate Ballroom Dance - (LR) Units Prereq: Dance 161A with a C or better 1647 TTH 5:30-7:35pm GA-10 Clarke, N 6/16-7/23 DANCE-163A Beginning Latin Social Dance - (LR) Units 1646 TTH 7:45-9:50pm GA-10 Clarke, N 6/16-7/23 DANCE-167A Beginning Egyptian Belly Dancing - (LR) Units 2229 TWTH 1:30-3:00pm GA-10 Byer, C 6/16-7/23 Drama DRAMA-101 Introduction to Theatre - (SC) - 3 Units Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or equivalent 3039 TWTH 9:40-12:30pm M-104 LaBarre, A 6/16-7/ TWTH 2:10-5:00pm M-104 Blau, T 6/16-7/23 Early Childhood Education ECHD-095A Foster Parent Skills Laboratory - (P/NP) Units 6574 TH 6:10-9:00pm HS-1 Shareef, I 6/4-6/18 Section 2044 meets at Bethlehem Church, 684 Juliga Wood St, Richmond CA ECHD-095C Foster Parent Skills Laboratory - (P/NP) Units Short Term/Late Start 6575 M 9:40-11:30am LA-101 Shareef, I 6/8-6/22 Section 2046 class meets at the Youth Service Bureau, 84 Broadway, Richmond CA ECHD-099 Occupational Work Experience - (LR) Units Co-req: Employment in career-related field M 4:10-5:00pm L-107 Shuaibe, H 6/15-7/23 Section 1129 has a mandatory orientation meeting Wednesday, June 17, from 5-6pm in the Library Study Lab. Must complete documentation in D2L before attending orientation. For more information Haneefal Shuaibe at ECHD-101D Workshops in Early Childhood Education -D - (P/NP) Units 1134 MW 6:10-9:00pm HS-3 Thomas, O 6/22-7/8 ECHD-123 Creative Activities (DS3) - (SC) - 3 Units 2049 TTH 6:40-10:00pm HS-3 Benson, G 6/16-8/6 Economics ECON-220 Introduction to Macroeconomic Principle - (SC) - 3 Units Prereq: MATH TWTH 1:40-4:30pm LA-208 Morris, G 6/16-7/23 Emergency Medical Technician EMED-109 CPR for the Health Care Provider - (P/NP) -.2 Unit Corequisite: EMED 110 (may be taken concurrently). Short Term/Late Start 1638 W 8:10-5:00pm B-2 Weatherby, S 7/29-7/29 Section 1638 is a one day accelerated CPR certification course. English ENGL-001A Composition and Reading - (LR) - 4 Units Prereq: ENGL 142B with a minimum grade of C, or a passing COMPASS score. Note: Students enrolled in Engl-1A or Engl-1C are strongly encouraged to sign up for Engl This will provide access to the instructors in the College Skills Center TWTH 8:10-12:15pm LA-106 Douglas, W 6/16-7/ TWTH 9:10-1:15pm LA-102 Aengus, G 6/16-7/ TWTH 11:10-3:15pm AA-135 Chew, K 6/16-7/ TWTH 1:10-5:15pm AA-145 Saldana, T 6/16-7/ TWTH 5:10-9:15pm LA-101 Aengus, G 6/16-7/23 ENGL-001C Critical Thinking and Advanced Composition - (LR) - 3 Units Prereq: English 001A with a C or better. Note: Students enrolled in Engl-1A or Engl-1C are strongly encouraged to sign up for Engl This will provide access to the instructors in the College Skills Center TWTH 8:10-11:00am CTC-131 Lorette, R 6/16-7/ TWTH 9:10-12:00pm LA-203 Nahas, L 6/16-7/ TWTH 6:10-9:00pm LA-106 Saldana, T 6/16-7/23 ENGL-102 Writing Skills Laboratory - (P/NP) Units Note: Students enrolled in ENGL-1A or ENGL-1C or Engl 142B are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL This will provide access to the instructors in the College Skills Center L-121 Staff, C 6/15-7/ L-121 Staff, C 6/15-7/23 ENGL-110A Developing College Level Reading Proficiency - (SC) - 3 Units 1199 MTWTH 8:10-10:30am CTC-127 Shannon, M 6/15-7/23 Students enrolled in English 110A are strongly encouraged to sign up for English This will provide access to the instructors in the College Skills Center MTWTH 8:10-10:15am LA-104 Marshall, B 6/15-7/23 English 110A 1201 is linked with English 142A Students enrolled in these linked courses are strongly encouraged to sign-up for Engl This will provide access to instructors in the College Skills Center. ENGL-142A Writing Expository - A - (P/NP) - 3 Units Advisory: ENGL 110A 1200 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm CTC-127 Adesokan, B 6/15-7/23 Students enrolled in ENGL 142A are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL This will provide access to instructors in the College Skills Center MTWTH 10:40-12:45pm LA-104 Marshall, B 6/15-7/23 ENGL-142A-1202 is linked with ENGL-110A Students enrolled in these linked courses are strongly encouraged to sign up for ENGL This will provide access to instuctors in the College Skills Center. ECON-221 Introduction to Microeconomic Principles - (SC) - 3 Units Prereq: MATH 120 Advisiory: ECON 221 may be taken before ECON TWTH 10:10-1:00pm LA-208 Morris, G 6/16-7/23 12 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

13 sec days hrs rm instr dates sec days hrs rm instr dates ENGL-142B Writing: Expository - (SC) - 4 Units Prereq: Engl-139; OR Engl-142A and Engl-110A; OR ESL-192 with a C or better; or Compass/ESL placement test. Note: Students enrolled in Engl 142B are strongly encouraged to sign up for Engl This will provide access to the instructors in the College Skills Center MTWTH 1:10-3:20pm AA-142 Hansen, J 6/15-8/ MTWTH 1:10-3:20pm AA-205 Douglas, W 6/15-7/23 ENGL-875N Supervised Tutoring - (P/NP) - 0 Unit 1138 L-121 Gibson, B 6/15-7/23 Geography GEOG-120 Physical Geography - (SC) - 3 Units 4632 MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm LA-206 Williams, T 6/15-7/23 GEOG-120L Physical Geography Laboratory - (LR) - 1 Unit Corequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or prior completion of GEOG 120 with grade of C or better MTWTH 12:50-3:05pm LA-207 Williams, T 6/15-7/23 GEOG-160 World Regional Geography - (LR) - 3 Units 1340 MTWTH 5:10-7:20pm LA-207 Williams, T 6/15-7/23 Health and Human Services HHS-123 SPIRIT III-Field Work in Rehabilitation And Recovery - (LR) - 3 Units Prereq: HHS M 1:00-4:00pm HS-1 Johnson, M 6/15-7/23 WF 1:00-4:00pm MENHELTH Section 8520 will meet off campus on Wednesdays and Fridays at 1340 Arnold Dr. Suite 200, Martinez, Ca Health Education HED-120 Education for Healthful Living - (LR) - 3 Units 4862 M 7:10-8:30pm ONLINE Shrieve, Z 6/2-7/23 Section 4862 is offered as a hybrid class with mandatory meetings on: Mondays, 6/08, 6/15, 6/22 from 7:10-8:30pm in GA50. Please check your college for notifications and course materials ONLINE Johnson, M 6/15-7/23 Section 4339 is offered online with a mandatory orientation, on Monday 6/15, 4:10-5pm in LA100. Please check your college for notifica tions and course materials prior to orientation. For more information the instructor 4861 ONLINE Goehring, B 6/15-7/23 Section 4861 is offered online. Please check your college for notifications and course materials prior to orientation. Students are required to the instructor at prior to the online orientation. History HIST-120 History of the U.S. (Colonial ) - (SC) - 3 Units 1101 MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm LA-100 Staff, C 6/15-7/ MTWTH 2:40-4:50pm CTC-114 Story, M 6/15-7/ TWTH 6:10-9:00pm CTC-114 Story, M 6/16-7/23 HIST-122 History of African Americans in the U.S. - (SC) - 3 Units 5274 MTWTH 10:25-12:35pm LA-103 Hodge, C 6/15-7/23 This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program Humanities HUMAN-113 African American Humanities - (SC) - 3 Units 1210 MTWTH 9:10-2:00pm LA-105 Givens, J 5/26-6/11 This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program HUMAN-120 Introduction to Humanities: Imagination, Invention and Creativity - (SC) 3 Units 4421 MTWTH 10:25-12:30pm LA-107 Gill, K 6/15-7/ TTH 5:10-9:30pm LA-204 Kabir, A 6/16-7/23 Industrial Technology INTEC-111 Warehouse Management Operations - (SC) - 2 Units 3440 TTH 1:00-2:10pm OC Morgan, A 6/18-7/30 TTHF 2:10-4:30pm Section 3440 requires permission to enroll and is primarily for Design It! Build It! Ship It! FLOW students. Please contact Sharon Ortiz at (510) or for more information. Location: Richmond Build III, rd Street, Richmond, CA. INTEC-112 Forklift Operation - (SC) - 1 Unit 4040 TTH 9:00-9:50am OC Taylor, J 6/18-7/30 10:00-12:00pm Section 4040 requires permission to enroll and is primarily for Design It! Build It! Ship It! FLOW students. Please contact Sharon Ortiz at (510) or for more information. Location: Richmond Build III, rd Street, Richmond, CA. Japanese JAPAN-120 First-Semester Japanese - (SC) - 5 Units 3398 MTWTH 9:10-12:50pm PS-6 Uchima-Decena, A 6/15-7/23 Journalism JRNAL-124 Sports Writing and Reporting - (SC) - 2 Units 5206 TWTH 1:10-2:30pm AA-215 Brown, J 6/16-7/23 2:40-3:30pm Kinesiology KINES-190 Introduction to Kinesiology - (LR) - 3 Units 4244 ONLINE Goehring, B 6/15-7/23 Section 4244 is offered online. Please check your College for notifications and materials prior to your online orientation. Students are required to the instructor at prior to orientation. La Raza Studies LARAZ-190 Introduction to Chicano(a) and Latino(a) Film - (SC) - 3 Units 5278 MTWTH 9:10-2:00pm B-12 Palacios, A 5/26-6/11 Contra Costa College summer

14 sec days hrs rm instr datess sec days hrs rm instr dates Library Studies LIBST-110A Library and Information Research Skills - (SC) - 1 Unit 2136 M 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Thomas, L 6/15-7/22 Section 2136 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Mon., 6/15 and 6/22 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107. LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students T 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Diputado, C 6/16-7/22 Section 2138 is offered in an online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Tuesday s, 6/16 and 6/23 from 5:40-8:30pm, in L-107.LIBST-110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for the AA degree W 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Choi, A 6/17-7/23 Section 2137 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Wednesdays: 6/17 and 6/24 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107.LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students TH 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Staff, C 6/18-7/23 Section 4136 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Thur., 6/18 and 6/25 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107. LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students. Mathematics MATH-101 Basic Skills of Arithmetic - (LR) - 3 Units 4674 MTWTH 10:25-12:50pm CTC-112 Nyantika, T 6/15-7/20 MATH-115 Pre-Algebra - (SC) - 3 Units 4032 MTWTH 8:10-10:20am CTC-112 Feldman, F 6/15-7/ MTWTH 10:25-12:35pm AA-205 Sharufa, S 6/15-7/23 MATH-118 Elementary Algebra - (LR) - 5 Units 4680 MTWTH 8:10-11:50am AA-207 Baptiste, E 6/15-7/ MTWTH 8:40-12:15pm AA-143 Zin, R 6/15-7/ MTWTH 1:00-4:35pm AA-207 Sharufa, S 6/15-7/ MTWTH 5:40-9:15pm AA-207 Chu, S 6/15-7/ M 5:00-7:00pm ONLINE Bersano, E 6/15-7/23 Section 4681 is an online hybrid format with mandatory meetings: Monday, 6/15, 5-7pm in CTC-131; Midterm exam: Monday, 7/6, 5-7pm in CTC-131; Final Exam: Monday, 7/20, 5-7pm in CTC-131. Students must bring a valid picture ID, For more information, please contact Eugenia Bersano at(510) , or MATH-119 Plane Geometry - (LR) - 5 Units Prereq: MATH 118 Advisory: Enrollment in MATH 875N is highly recommended MTWTH 8:40-12:15pm AA-133 Scott, G 6/15-7/ MTWTH 12:40-4:15pm AA-133 Montgomery, C 6/15-7/23 MATH-120 Intermediate Algebra - (LR) - 5 Units Prereq: MATH MTWTH 8:10-11:50am AA-131 Walters, H 6/15-7/ MTWTH 12:40-4:15pm AA-131 Nyantika, T 6/15-7/ MTWTH 5:40-9:15pm AA-211 Baptiste, E 6/15-7/ T 5:00-7:00pm ONLINE Bersano, E 6/15-7/23 Section 4187 is an online/hybrid format with mandatory meetings: Tuesday, 6/16, 5-7pm in CTC131; Midterm exam: Tuesday, 7/7, 5-7pm in CTC131;Final Exam: Tuesday, 7/21, 5-7pm in CTC131. Students must bring a valid picture ID, For more information, please contact Eugenia Bersano at(510) , or MATH-121 Trigonometry - (LR) - 3 Units Prereq: MATH 120 Advisory: MATH MTWTH 12:40-2:50pm AA-103 Linstad, D 6/15-7/23 MATH-164 Introduction to Probability and Statistics - (LR) - 4 Units Prereq: MATH MTWTH 8:10-11:00am AA-137 Lee, M 6/15-7/ MTWTH 9:10-12:00pm AA-103 Nguyen, T 6/15-7/ MTWTH 12:40-3:30pm AA-137 Lee, M 6/15-7/ M 3:10-6:00pm ONLINE Nguyen, T 6/15-7/23 Section 4691 is offerd in an online-hybrid format with a mandatory orientation meeting: Monday 6/15 3:10pm-6:00pm in CTC 113, Midterm exam: Monday 7/6, 3:10pm-6:00pm in CTC 113; Final Exam Monday 7/20 3:10pm-6:00pm in CTC 113. Students must bring a valid picture ID. For more information, please contact Trung Nguyen at MATH-171 Elementary Functions and Coordinate Geometry - (LR) - 5 Units Prereq: MATH 120 or two years of high school algebra MTWTH 8:10-11:45am AA-142 Hsu, J 6/15-7/ MTWTH 11:40-3:15pm AA-211 Watabayashi, D 6/15-7/23 MATH-190 Analytic Geometry and Calculus - (LR) - 5 Units Prereq: MATH 171 or both MATH 121 and MATH MTWTH 8:10-11:45am LA-112 Simon, B 6/15-7/23 MATH-191 Analytic Geometry and Calculus - (LR) - 4 Units Prereq: MATH MTWTH 8:10-11:00am AA-211 Stanton, C 6/15-7/23 MATH-875N Computer Assisted Tutoring-Math - (P/NP) - 0 Unit 1785 Mead, T 6/15-7/23 Class is hours by arrangement. For more information, please contact Terrill Mead at (510) or 14 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

15 sec days hrs rm instr dates sec days hrs rm instr dates Medical Ass t & Office Tech MEDIC-218 Injection Procedures for the Healthcare Professional - (P/NP) - 1 Unit Prereq: MEDIC 151 and 221; Challenge: successful completion of equivalent course and/or examination, or healthcare Professional license T 9:40-12:20pm HS-107A Robinson, C 6/16-7/14 1:10-4:00pm MEDIC-219 Venipuncture for the Healthcare Professional - (P/NP) - 1 Unit Prereq: MEDIC 161; Challenge: successful completion of equivalent course and/or examination, or healthcare professional license TH 9:40-12:20pm HS-107A Robinson, C 6/18-7/16 1:10-4:00pm MEDIC-222 Medical Assisting & Nutrition, Pharmacology, Drug Administration and Medical Emergencies - (LR) - 1 Unit Prereq: MEDIC-151 and MEDIC W 9:40-12:30pm HS-3 Robinson, C 6/17-7/22 Nursing NURS-205 Drug Dosage Calculations for Nursing Students - (LR) - 2 Units 1127 MW 5:10-8:00pm HS-101 Staff, C 6/15-7/22 NURS-212 Pharmacology for Nurses - (LR) - 2 Units Advisory: Recommend prior completion of BIOSC 132, and either BIOC 199 or TTH 5:10-8:00pm HS-101 Staff, C 6/16-7/ W 5:30-7:30pm ONLINE Barnett, N 6/17-7/23 Section 1128 is offered online with a mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday; 06/17/15 at 5:30pm in HS 101. PE Intercollegiate PEIC-290 Sport-Specific Training - (LR) Units 1143 MF 7:55-10:00am GYM-SCFIELD Beckenhauer, A 6/15-7/24 Section 1143 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate women s soccer 1067 TWTH 10:10-1:00pm GYM-FIELD Gubbine, K 6/16-7/23 Section 1067 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate softball TWTH 10:40-12:00pm GYM-GYM DeBolt, P 6/16-7/23 Section 1113 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate women s basketball TWTH 1:10-4:00pm GYM-FIELD Webb, M 6/16-7/23 Section 1084 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate baseball TWTH 2:40-5:30pm GYM-GYM Johnson, M 6/16-7/2 Section 1130 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate men s basketball TWTH 3:10-6:00pm GYM-ASTRO Carter, A 6/16-7/23 Section 1116 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate football TTH 3:10-5:15pm GYM-FIELD Ferguson, N 6/16-7/23 Section 1126 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate men s soccer TWTH 6:10-7:30pm GA-30 Carter, A 6/16-7/ M 4:45-6:50pm GYM-GYM Shrieve, Z 7/6-7/23 TWTH 6:10-8:15pm Section 1162 is for students interested in playing intercollegiate volleyball. Philosophy (CCC and DVC) PHILO-110 Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics - (SC) - 3 Units 1159 MTWTH 8:40-1:00pm LA-102 Kunkel, R 5/26-6/11 Section 1159 meets from 05/26/15-06/11/ MTWTH 10:25-12:30pm LA-204 Sharoki, S 6/15-7/ TTH 2:10-6:30pm LA-102 Gill, K 6/16-7/23 Special Note: CCC Nursing Program Fees All students entering the Contra Costa College Registered Nursing Program will be required to purchase and utilize three learning systems. These systems are essential to your success as a CCC Student Nurse. Please be advised that any lapse in the payment and/or utilization of these learning systems, on the part of the student, is grounds for dismissal from the Contra Costa College Registered Nursing Program. The learning systems and the payment information are explained here. Kaplan Deluxe Integrated Testing: Supports and evaluates a Learning Environment Kaplan Integrative testing RealEHRPrep With Cerner Academic Electronic Health Record Pearson The Neighborhood Access Cost/Access Timeframe $ per Semester x 4 Semesters $ per Year x 2 Years $50.00 per Year x 2 Years Total Cost $ $ $ Total Cost For RN Program $ PHILO-130 Introduction to Critical Thinking - (SC) - 3 Units 1158 ONLINE Kunkel, R 6/15-7/23 Section 1158 is an online course. All instruction will be online ONLINE Kunkel, R 6/15-7/23 Section 1160 is an online course. All instruction will be online. student s competency, as well as a group s competency, relative to the NCLEX-RN examination. Students will take proctored examinations each semester. RealEHRPrep with Cerner Academic Electronic Health Record (EHR): A structured learning path that allows students to document and view patient data in order to evaluate patient status and to support critical thinking and quality patient care. Pearson The Neighborhood: An online, interactive, virtual suite of instructional materials that focus on bridging the gap between lectures and the clinical experience. NOTE: Students will pay the cost of these learning systems directly to the vendor each semester and each year as stated in Table 1. CCC Nursing will provide the vendor s with a list of student names in order for the vendors to initiate and maintain contact with CCC nursing students. For more information, please call (510) or visit the nursing department website. Contra Costa College summer

16 sec days hrs rm instr datess sec days hrs rm instr dates Physical Education PE-098A Beginning Personal Growth in Fitness - (P/NP) Units Please enroll into PE-098B if you are being blocked from PE-098A. PE-098B is the next level after completion of PE-098 or 098A GA-30 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 Section 1131 is offered for.5 units and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: M-TH 9am-3pm. PE-102A Beginning Fitness Center - (LR) Units Please enroll into PE-102B if you are being blocked from PE-102A. PE-102B is the next level after completion of PE-102 or 102A GA-30 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 Section 2385 is offered for.5 units and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: M-TH 9am-3pm. PE-102B Intermediate Fitness Training - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-102; OR PE-102A 2386 GA-30 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 Section 2386 is offered for.5 units and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: M-TH 9am-3pm. PE-102C Advanced Fitness Training - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-102B 1141 GA-30 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 Section 1141 is offered for.5 units and students must complete 27 hours by arrangement during the hours of operation: M-TH 9:00AM-3:00PM PE-105A Bginner Badminton - (SC) Units Please enroll into PE-105B if you are being blocked from PE-105A. PE-105B is the next level after completion of PE-105 or 105A TWTH 9:10-10:30am GYM-GYM Valdehueza, T 6/15-7/23 PE-105B Intermediate Badminton - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-105 or PE-105A 1306 TWTH 9:10-10:30am GYM-GYM Valdehueza, T 6/15-7/23 PE-126A Beginning Swimming - (LR) Units 1142 TWTH 11:10-12:30pm GYM-POOL Ulversoy, J 6/15-7/23 PE-126B Intermediate Swimming - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-126 or PE-126A 1098 TWTH 11:10-12:30pm GYM-POOL Ulversoy, J 6/15-7/23 PE-126C Advanced Swimming - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-127 or PE-126B 1099 TWTH 11:10-12:30pm GYM-POOL Ulversoy, J 6/15-7/23 PE-135A Beginner Tennis - (SC) Units Please enroll into PE-135B if you are being blocked from PE-135A. PE-135B is the next level after completion of PE-135 or 135A MW 5:40-7:45pm GYM-TENNCRT Valdehueza, T 6/15-7/23 PE-165A Beginning Pilates - (LR) Units Please enroll into PE-165B if you are being blocked from PE-165A. PE-165B is the next level after completion of PE-165 or 165A MTW 1:10-2:30pm GA-20 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 PE-165B Intermediate Pilates - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-165 PE-165A; or challenge skill demonstration MTW 1:10-2:30pm GA-20 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 PE-267A Beginning Cardio-Kickboxing - (SC) Units 1185 MTW 4:10-5:30pm GA-10 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 PE-268A Beginning Walking for Fitness - (LR) Units 1096 TTH 6:10-8:15pm GA-20 Creer, R 6/15-7/23 PE-270A Beginning Yoga - (SC) Units 1183 MW 8:45-10:50am GA-20 Farhood, A 6/15-7/ MTW 2:40-4:00pm GA-20 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 PE-270B Intermediate Yoga - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-270A 1184 MW 8:45-10:50am GA-20 Farhood, A 6/15-7/ MTW 2:40-4:00pm GA-20 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 PE-273A Beginning Yoga for Strength - (SC) Units 1186 MW 8:45-10:50am GA-20 Farhood, A 6/15-7/ MTW 2:40-4:00pm GA-20 Sumner, A 6/15-7/23 PE-280 Academic Planning for Student Athletes - (SC) - 1 Unit Short Term/Late Start 1017 MTWTH 10:10-2:30pm GA-50 Staff, C 7/27-7/30 Physics PHYS-110 Descriptive Physics - (SC) - 3 Units 4823 MTW 8:10-9:30am PS-132 Staff, C 6/15-7/23 TH 8:10-12:30pm PHYS-110L Descriptive Physics Laboratory - (SC) Units Co/Prereq: PHYS 110 Advisory: MATH MTW 9:40-12:30pm PS-19 Staff, C 6/15-7/23 Political Science POLSC-125 Government of the United States - (SC) - 3 Units 4638 MTWTH 8:10-10:20am LA-103 Landeros, M 6/15-7/ MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm LA-108 Landeros, M 6/15-7/ TWTH 6:10-9:00pm LA-105 Mubarak, R 6/16-7/23 POLSC-225 Dynamics of African American Politics in America - (SC) - 3 Units 1211 MTWTH 8:10-10:15am AA-135 Dugas, S 6/15-7/23 This class is part of the AFAM Studies Program PE-135B Intermediate Tennis - (LR) Units Prereq: PE-135; PE-135A; or challenge skill demonstration MW 5:40-7:45pm GYM-TENNCRT Valdehueza, T 6/15-7/23 16 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

17 sec days hrs rm instr dates Psychology PSYCH-103B days hrs rm instr dates Spanish Ensuring Transfer Success - (LR) Units Short Term/Late Start 1337 TWTH sec 9:10-12:00pm CTC-114 Phillips, A SPAN-120 First-Semester Spanish - (SC) - 5 Units 4028 MTWTH 9:10-12:50pm CTC-113 Staff, C 6/15-7/23 SPCH-121 Critical Thinking - (LR) - 3 Units Advisory: ENGL 001A or SPCH MW 5:10-9:30pm AA-133 Giusto, L 6/15-7/23 SPCH-121I Critical Thinking (IGETC) - (LR) - 3 Units Prereq: English 1A with a grade of C or better 6249 MW 5:10-9:30pm LA-107 Giusto, L 6/15-7/23 5/26-6/11 Speech PSYCH-126 Child Development - (SC) - 3 Units 0306 MTWTH 12:40-2:50pm LA-203 Haq, S 4202 MTWTH 5:10-7:20pm Luckey, B LA-201 PSYCH-128 Life Span Development - (SC) - 3 Units 1068 TWTH PSYCH Psychology of Personality and Growth - (SC) - 3 Units MTWTH 7:40-9:50pm LA-201 Luckey, B 9:40-12:30pm LA-110 Haq, S 6/15-7/23 6/15-7/23 6/16-7/23 6/15-7/23 PSYCH-205B Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology - (LR) - 4 Units 1189 TWTH 6:40-9:30pm CTC-127 Garcia, A 6/16-7/23 Section 1189 is a hybrid class with a combination of class meetings and online instruction. Class meetings on TWTH, 6:40pm to 9:30pm; 6/16-7/23 in room CTC 127. PSYCH-220 General Psychology - (SC) - 3 Units MTWTH 2:40-4:50pm LA-106 TWTH 9:40-12:30pm LA-101 TWTH 12:40-3:30pm LA-101 Greer, S Ounjian, J Ounjian, J SOCIO-220 Introduction to Sociology - (LR) - 3 Units 4641 TWTH 6:40-9:30pm LA-102 Rahman, M 6/16-7/23 Note: Section 4194 and Section 4197 are offered in an hybrid format with mandatory class meetings on Tuesdays 6/16, 6/23, 6/30, 7/7, 7/14, and 7/21 in LA 201 In addition to attending these six mandatory class meetings on campus, students will view videos on campus, prepare for in-class examinations, and complete written assignments outside of class T 9:40-12:30pm LA-201 Cromartie, J 6/15-7/ T 12:40-3:30pm AA-143 Cromartie, J 6/15-7/23 SOCIO-221 Social Problems - (SC) - 3 Units 1204 Interpersonal Communication - (SC) - 3 Units 4739 MTWTH 10:30-12:40pm AA-113 Giusto, L 6/15-7/ T 6:10-9:00pm ONLINE Diestler, S 5/26-6/25 Section 4037 is offered in an online-hybrid format with mandatory meetings on Tuesdays. 5/26, 6/2, 6/23, from 6:10-9:00PM in Room AA-113. y a d s r u h T 6Th continued on the next page 2 h c r a M t n e ase ud SSpte a k e r S h o w c 6/15-7/23 6/16-7/23 6/16-7/ ONLINE Arnold, M 6/15-7/30 Note: Online course. All instruction will be online. For more information contact Students should go to https://desire2learn.4cd.edu. Sociology SPCH-128 TH 9:40-12:30pm LA-201 Cromartie, J 6/15-7/23 Section 1204 is offered in an hybrid format with mandatory class meetings on Thursdays: 6/18, 6/25, 7/02, 7/9,7/16, and 7/23 in LA 201 In addition to attending these sixmandatory class meetings on campus, students will view videos oncampus, prepare for in-class examinations, and complete written assignments outside of class. e D e b at a Dram Film mptu Impro O r a lat i o n pret Inter h S p e e cr ta i n te to E n raft c e g a st pm to 9:00 n Kno m p 0 0 a : 7 Je nter ohn and at the Jrming Arts Ce Perfo ral GEnE S E n I O r T S : $1 TIckE TuDEnTS & S r aco $ c o n t ww 0 w lo, CA w w w.contracosta.edu Contra Costa summer P a bcollege San 2600 Missio Drive n Bell

18 SUMMER 2015 Schedule of Hybrid and Online Classes sec days hrs rm instr dates Health Education HED-120 Education for Healthful Living - (LR) - 3 Units 4862 M 7:10-8:30pm ONLINE Shrieve, Z 6/2-7/23 Section 4862 is offered as a hybrid class with mandatory meetings on: Mondays, 6/08, 6/15, 6/22 from 7:10-8:30pm in GA50. Please check your college for notifications and course materials ONLINE Johnson, M 6/15-7/23 Section 4339 is offered online with a mandatory orientation, on Monday 6/15, 4:10-5pm in LA100. Please check your college for notifica tions and course materials prior to orientation. For more information the instructor 4861 ONLINE Goehring, B 6/15-7/23 Section 4861 is offered online. Please check your college for notifications and course materials prior to orientation. Students are required to the instructor at prior to the online orientation. Kinesiology KINES-190 Introduction to Kinesiology - (LR) - 3 Units 4244 ONLINE Goehring, B 6/15-7/23 Section 4244 is offered online. Please check your College for notifications and materials prior to your online orientation. Students are required to the instructor at prior to orientation. Library Studies LIBST-110A Library and Information Research Skills - (SC) - 1 Unit 2136 M 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Thomas, L 6/15-7/22 Section 2136 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Mon., 6/15 and 6/22 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107. LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students T 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Diputado, C 6/16-7/22 Section 2138 is offered in an online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Tuesday s, 6/16 and 6/23 from 5:40-8:30pm, in L-107.LIBST-110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for the AA degree W 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Choi, A 6/17-7/23 Section 2137 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Wednesdays: 6/17 and 6/24 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107.LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students TH 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Staff, C 6/18-7/23 Section 4136 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Thur., 6/18 and 6/25 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107. LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students. sec days hrs rm instr dates Health Education HED-120 Education for Healthful Living - (LR) - 3 Units 4862 M 7:10-8:30pm ONLINE Shrieve, Z 6/2-7/23 Section 4862 is offered as a hybrid class with mandatory meetings on: Mondays, 6/08, 6/15, 6/22 from 7:10-8:30pm in GA50. Please check your college for notifications and course materials ONLINE Johnson, M 6/15-7/23 Section 4339 is offered online with a mandatory orientation, on Monday 6/15, 4:10-5pm in LA100. Please check your college for notifica tions and course materials prior to orientation. For more information the instructor 4861 ONLINE Goehring, B 6/15-7/23 Section 4861 is offered online. Please check your college for notifications and course materials prior to orientation. Students are required to the instructor at prior to the online orientation. Kinesiology KINES-190 Introduction to Kinesiology - (LR) - 3 Units 4244 ONLINE Goehring, B 6/15-7/23 Section 4244 is offered online. Please check your College for notifications and materials prior to your online orientation. Students are required to the instructor at prior to orientation. Library Studies LIBST-110A Library and Information Research Skills - (SC) - 1 Unit 2136 M 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Thomas, L 6/15-7/22 Section 2136 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Mon., 6/15 and 6/22 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107. LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students T 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Diputado, C 6/16-7/22 Section 2138 is offered in an online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Tuesday s, 6/16 and 6/23 from 5:40-8:30pm, in L-107.LIBST-110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for the AA degree W 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Choi, A 6/17-7/23 Section 2137 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Wednesdays: 6/17 and 6/24 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107.LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students TH 5:40-8:30pm ONLINE Staff, C 6/18-7/23 Section 4136 is offered in an Online-hybrid format with MANDATORY mtgs: Thur., 6/18 and 6/25 from 5:40-8:30pm in L-107. LIBST 110A fulfills the Information Competency Requirement for AA degree students. 18 Summer 2015 Contra Costa College

19 sec days hrs rm instr dates Mathematics MATH-118 Elementary Algebra - (LR) - 5 Units 4681 M 5:00-7:00pm ONLINE Bersano, E 6/15-7/23 Section 4681 is an online hybrid format with mandatory meetings: Monday, 6/15, 5-7pm in CTC-131; Midterm exam: Monday, 7/6, 5-7pm in CTC-131; Final Exam: Monday, 7/20, 5-7pm in CTC-131. Students must bring a valid picture ID, For more information, please contact Eugenia Bersano at(510) , or sec days hrs rm instr dates Speech SPCH-128 Interpersonal Communication - (SC) - 3 Units 4037 T 6:10-9:00pm ONLINE Diestler, S 5/26-6/25 Section 4037 is offered in an online-hybrid format with mandatory meetings on Tuesdays. 5/26, 6/2, 6/23, from 6:10-9:00PM in Room AA-113. MATH-120 Intermediate Algebra - (LR) - 5 Units Prereq: MATH T 5:00-7:00pm ONLINE Bersano, E 6/15-7/23 Section 4187 is an online/hybrid format with mandatory meetings: Tuesday, 6/16, 5-7pm in CTC131; Midterm exam: Tuesday, 7/7, 5-7pm in CTC131;Final Exam: Tuesday, 7/21, 5-7pm in CTC131. Students must bring a valid picture ID, For more information, please contact Eugenia Bersano at(510) , or MATH-164 Introduction to Probability and Statistics - (LR) - 4 Units Prereq: MATH M 3:10-6:00pm ONLINE Nguyen, T 6/15-7/23 Section 4691 is offerd in an online-hybrid format with a mandatory orientation meeting: Monday 6/15 3:10pm-6:00pm in CTC 113, Midterm exam: Monday 7/6, 3:10pm-6:00pm in CTC 113; Final Exam Monday 7/20 3:10pm-6:00pm in CTC 113. Students must bring a valid picture ID. For more information, please contact Trung Nguyen at Nursing NURS-212 Pharmacology for Nurses - (LR) - 2 Units Advisory: Recommend prior completion of BIOSC 132, and either BIOC 199 or W 5:30-7:30pm ONLINE Barnett, N 6/17-7/23 Section 1128 is offered online with a mandatory orientation meeting on Wednesday; 06/17/15 at 5:30pm in HS 101. Philosophy PHILO-130 Introduction to Critical Thinking - (SC) - 3 Units 1158 ONLINE Kunkel, R 6/15-7/23 Section 1158 is an online course. All instruction will be online ONLINE Kunkel, R 6/15-7/23 Section 1160 is an online course. All instruction will be online. Psychology PSYCH-220 General Psychology - (SC) - 3 Units 1188 ONLINE Arnold, M 6/15-7/30 Note: Online course. All instruction will be online. For more information contact Students should go to https://desire2learn.4cd.edu. FALL REGISTRATION BEGINS MONDAY APRIL 27TH FALL CLASSES START AUGUST 17TH (Weekend Classes start August 15th) Apply online at Contra Costa College summer

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