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1 Catalog and Student Handbook Chattahoochee Valley Community College 2602 College Drive Phenix City, Alabama web: facebook: Accreditation Chattahoochee Valley Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call for questions about the accreditation of Chattahoochee Valley Community College. The Associate Degree and Practical Nursing programs at Chattahoochee Valley Community College are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326, phone: , fax: , website: The Practical Nursing and Associate Degree Nursing programs are approved by the Alabama State Board of Nursing. Institutional memberships Alabama Community College Association American Association of Community Colleges This Catalog and Student Handbook, effective August 19, 2013, is for information only and does not constitute a contract. The College reserves the right to change, without notice, policies, fees, charges, expenses and costs of any kind and further reserves the right to add or delete any course offerings or information in this Catalog and Student Handbook. Policy statements and program requirements in this catalog are subject to change. Except when changing their programs of study, students may follow requirements of the Catalog under which they enter the College for a period of four years. If they have not completed their programs of study, they must change to the current Catalog. Exceptions must be approved

2 by the Dean of Student Services. When students change their programs of study, they must change to the Catalog that is current at the time of the change. Nondiscrimination policy It is the official policy of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, including all institutions under the control of the State Board of Education, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, disability, sex, religion, creed, national origin or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment opportunity. Chattahoochee Valley Community College is committed to this policy of nondiscrimination and complies with the nondiscrimination regulations under Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX Education Amendments of 1972; Sections 503 and 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of Inquiries concerning this policy may be directed to the Student ADA Coordinator, Ms. Vickie Williams, Wilson Hall, ; to the Employee ADA Coordinator, Ms. Debbie Boone, Wallace Hall, ; to the Title IX Coordinator, Ms. Susan Young, IPAC 214, or to the Affirmative Action Officer, Mr. Earl Cook, Brassell Hall 204, Additional inquiries can be made directly to the VP/Dean of the College, Dr. David Hodge, Wallace Hall, Universal human rights pledge I believe that every individual has infinite and eternal worth. I believe that recognition of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world. I believe that every individual is entitled to dignity and respect, without prejudice toward race, color, gender, disability, language, religion, creed, national origin, property, age or other status. I believe that every thought and every act of such prejudice is harmful. If it is my thought or act, then it is harmful to me as well as to others. Therefore, I will strive every day of my life to eliminate such prejudice from my thoughts and actions. I will discourage such prejudice by others at every opportunity. I will treat all people with dignity and respect. I will strive daily to honor this pledge, knowing that the world will be a better place because of my effort. Adapted from the Birmingham Pledge and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights ii Nondiscrimination policy

3 Drug-free workplace policy In compliance with the drug-free workplace requirements of Public Law for recipients of federal contracts and grants, the following policy is in effect for CVCC. 1. The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession or use of a controlled substance is prohibited by CVCC on any property owned, leased or controlled by or on behalf of CVCC. A controlled substance shall include any substance defined as a controlled substance in Section 102 of the Federal Controlled Substance Act (21 U.S. Code of Alabama, Section , et seq.). 2. CVCC has and shall maintain a drug-free awareness program to inform employees about: a. the dangers of drug abuse in the workplace; b. CVCC s policy of maintaining a drug-free workplace; c. any available drug counseling, rehabilitation and employee assistance program and d. the penalties that may be imposed upon employees for drug abuse violations. 3. All employees of CVCC shall comply with paragraph 1 above. 4. Any employee who is convicted by any federal or state court of an offense that constitutes a violation of paragraph 1 above shall notify the President of CVCC in writing of said conviction within five (5) days after the conviction occurs. Conviction, as defined in P.L , shall mean a finding of guilt (including a plea of nolo contendere) or imposition of sentence or both. Failure to notify the President of CVCC of such a conviction shall be considered insubordination as well as a violation of this policy. 5. In the event of a report of a conviction pursuant to paragraph 4 above where the employee is working in a project or a program funded through a federal contract or grant, CVCC shall notify in writing within ten (10) days any federal agency or agencies to whom such notification by CVCC is required under P.L In the event an employee violates paragraph 1 above or receives a conviction as described in paragraph 4 above, the respective employee shall be subject to appropriate disciplinary action which may include, but is not limited to, termination of employment. CVCC shall also reserve the right to require said employee, as a condition of continued employment, to satisfactorily complete a drug treatment or rehabilitation program of a reasonable duration and nature. 7. CVCC shall make a good faith effort to ensure that paragraphs 1-6 above are followed. 8. Each employee of CVCC shall receive a copy of the CVCC Drug-Free Workplace Policy, and after reading it, shall sign a statement acknowledging having read and received a copy of this policy. iii

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5 Contents Accreditation....i Institutional memberships...i Nondiscrimination policy...ii Universal human rights pledge....ii Drug-free workplace policy.... iii Academic Calendar Academic Calendar...3 The College 5 The President s message....7 Contacts...8 Campus directory...9 Campus buildings and facilities...10 History...11 Alabama Community College System mission Chattahoochee Valley Community College mission...11 Vision Statement Institutional goals Associate degree outcomes...12 CVCC Foundation...12 Institutional Advancement Office Admissions 15 Admission eligibility...17 High school graduates...17 Graduates of nonaccredited high schools...18 Ability-to-Benefit students...18 Transfer students...18 Transient students...18 International students Accelerated high school students...19 Dual-enrollment/dual-credit high school students...19 Noncredit students Admission procedures...19 Standard admission procedures...19 Special admission procedures...20 Accelerated and dual-enrollment/dual-credit high school students...20 International students Readmission students...20 Noncredit students Admission status Unconditional degree student...21 Conditional degree student Contents v

6 vi Contents Unconditional certificate student...21 Conditional certificate student...21 Unconditional unclassified student Conditional unclassified student...21 Transient student...22 Accelerated high school student Dual-enrollment/dual-credit student...22 Noncredit student Change of admission status...22 Selection of program Academic assessment and placement Required English, reading, mathematics, and orientation courses WorkKeys...24 Financial Information 25 Residency and eligibility...27 Tuition and fees...29 Other student fees...31 Approximate costs for Associate Degree in Nursing-Mobility Program...32 Approximate costs for Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) Program...33 Approximate costs for Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Program...35 Approximate costs for Medical Assisting Program...36 Approximate costs for Nursing Assistant (NAS 100) students...36 Approximate costs for EMT-Basic students...37 Approximate costs for EMT-Advanced students Withdrawals and refunds...37 Alabama Community College System policy...37 Administrative fee...38 Federal Title IV refund and repayment policy...38 Student holds/delinquent Accounts...38 Financial aid and scholarships...39 Grants, loans and work opportunities Application procedures Federal programs...39 Appeal process for financial aid suspension status...40 Federal Stafford Student Loans (Direct Loans)...41, 228 State program...41 Scholarships...42 Military and veterans...42 Application procedures...43 Enrollment certification...43 Other programs...44 Student Development and Student Services 45 Records...47 Definition of records...47 Directory information...47

7 Release of student records...48 Student inspection of records...48 Counseling and advising...49 Academic advising...49 Academic advising philosophy...49 Responsibilities of the institution...50 Responsibilities of the advisor Responsibilities of the student advisee Job placement...51 Testing...51 Student development...52 Athletics...52 Student honors...52 Learning Resource Center...53 Learning labs Writing Lab...53 Mathematics Lab...53 Computer labs...53 Services for students with disabilities...54 Academic Policies 55 Calendar system and credits...57 Classification of students Course load...57 Registration, schedule changes and withdrawal Late registration Schedule adjustment Auditing a course Independent study Distance learning: online and hybrid classes Course cancellations...59 Assignment of class instructor...59 Withdrawal from a course or from the College...59 Class attendance and final exams Attendance...60 Appeal process for administrative withdrawals...61 Final exams...61 Grades and quality points...62 Satisfactory and unsatisfactory grades...62 Incomplete grade Grade reports and grade point averages Academic honors Academic standards of progress Appeal process for readmission Intervention for student success Course forgiveness...64 Academic bankruptcy Contents vii

8 Change of curriculum or program of study...65 Academic standards of progress for transfer students...66 Academic standards of progress for nursing students...66 Transfer of credits Evaluation of transfer credits...66 Nontraditional credit...67 Credit by examination...67 Credit through advanced placement...69 Credit for military training and educational experiences...69 Graduation Degree requirements Certificate requirements Competency requirements Dual degrees Application for graduation Graduation honors...72 CVCC transcripts...72 Withholding graduation, diploma and transcripts Cooperative arrangements...73 Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges (SOC)...73 Programs of Study 75 University parallel programs Planning for transferring Associate of Science and Associate of Arts Degree requirements...82 Alabama Articulation and General Studies Committee (AGSC)...83 Career programs...84 Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) Degree requirements...84 A.A.S. - Applied Technology: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) option A.A.S. - Applied Technology: Automotive Manufacturing option...87 A.A.S. - Applied Technology: Industrial Maintenance option A.A.S. - Applied Technology: Sustainable Construction/Renewable Energy option..89 A.A.S. - Business A.A.S. - Business: Accounting option A.A.S. - Business: Banking and Finance option...92 A.A.S. - Business: Management and Supervision option...93 A.A.S. - Business: Small Business Management option...94 A.A.S. - Business and Office Technology: Administrative Technology option...95 A.A.S. - Business and Office Technology: Legal Administrative Technology option..96 A.A.S. - Business and Office Technology: Medical Administrative Technology option 97 A.A.S. - Computer Information Systems: CISCO Networking option...98 A.A.S. - Computer Information Systems: Information Technology option...99 A.A.S. - Criminal Justice A.A.S. - Fire Science viii Contents

9 A.A.S. - Homeland Security A.A.S. - Medical Assisting A.A.S. - Nursing (ADN) Associate Degree Nursing Curriculum Point system A.A.S - Nursing (Mobility) Point system Academic standards of progress for nursing students The Alabama Community College System Nursing Education Program Progression Policy Reinstatement policy Transfer policy The Alabama Community College System Nursing programs essential functions A.A.S. - Visual Communications: Multimedia Graphic Design option A.A.S. - Visual Communications: Simulation and Modeling option Certificate programs Certificate program requirements Certificate - Applied Technology: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) option Short Certificate - Applied Technology: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVAC) option Certificate - Applied Technology: Automotive Manufacturing option Short Certificate - Applied Technology: Automotive Manufacturing option Certificate - Applied Technology: Industrial Maintenance option Short Certificate - Applied Technology: Industrial Maintenance option Certificate - Applied Technology: Sustainable Construction/Renewable Energy Option Short Certificate- Applied Technology: Sustainable Construction/Renewable Energy option Short Certificate - Business and Office Technology: Administrative Technology option Short Certificate - Child Care and Development Courses needed for Child Development CDA Credential Short Certificate - Child Care and Development: Administrator Short Certificate - Child Care and Development: Paraprofessional/Teacher Aide Short Certificate - Child Care and Development: Advanced Paraprofessional/Teacher Aide Short Certificate - Computer Information Systems: Networking Technology option Certificate - Computer Information Systems: Information Technology option Certificate - Criminal Justice Short Certificate - Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Short Certificate Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Short Certificate - Fire Science Certificate - Homeland Security...127

10 x Contents Short Certificate - Homeland Security Short Certificate - Medical Assisting: Phlebotomy Certificate - Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) Licensed Practical Nursing program minimum admission standards Point System Nursing Assistant Program Short Certificate - Visual Communications: Multimedia Graphic Design option Short Certificate - Visual Communications: Simulation and Modeling option Course Descriptions 133 Abbreviations Descriptions Workforce Development, Adult Education, and Advisory Committees 209 Workforce Development Training for Business and Industry WorkKeys Job Profiling Continuing Education Ready to Work Public Safety Academy Adult Education - GED review program Program advisory committees Administration, Faculty, and Staff 213 Alabama State Board of Education Administration Division Chairs Administrative Staff Faculty Staff Student Handbook 221 Introduction Student housing On-campus parking and driving Parking for students with disabilities Parking and traffic violations Parking and traffic citations and fines Student insurance Student transportation and liability policy Learning Resource Center Learning labs Bookstore Buildings and grounds Building accessibility Counseling and guidance services Pre-college counseling...226

11 Academic advising Faculty advisors Referrals Career development/job placement services Financial aid College work-study program Pell Grant program Alabama Student Assistance Program (ASAP) Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG) Federal Stafford Student Loans (Direct Loans)...41, 228 Scholarships Veterans educational benefits Student development Organizations and events Procedures for forming a new student organization Procedures for student meetings Procedures for conducting campus activities Athletics Music Phi Theta Kappa College publications Student records Definition of records Directory information Release of student records Student inspection of records Challenging the contents of a record Waiver of access Changes in policy Encumbering student records Withholding diplomas and transcripts Students right to know Intellectual Property Rights Student code of conduct Student conduct philosophy Statement on student conduct, CVCC Student conduct authority Definition of terms Student conduct code violations Academic dishonesty Alcohol possession and use Assault Classroom copyright infringement Classroom disruption Damage or destruction of property Dating or relationship misconduct Deception Contents xi

12 xii Contents Disorderly conduct Disorderly/improper assembly Domestic or intimate partner violence Drug possession and use Failure to comply False representation Fire safety Gambling Harassment Hazing Sexual assault Sexual harassment Sexual misconduct Stalking Theft Threats Tobacco Unauthorized entry Unauthorized use Unauthorized use of computer resources Violations of law Weapons and firearms Student notification process for student conduct code violations Student withdrawals during the student conduct process Conduct procedures Standards of evidence Sanctions Disciplinary reprimand Disciplinary probation Educational sanction Loss of privileges Payment of damages Organizational sanctions Deferred suspension Disciplinary suspension Class suspension Library suspension Disciplinary expulsion Automatic suspension or expulsion Interim suspension Appeals Appeal guidelines Student/student organization rights Victim s rights Sexual violence consideration and rights Confidentiality and assurance against retaliation Adjudication of academic dishonesty cases

13 Administrative regulations Student conduct policy on parental/guardian notification Alcohol and drug abuse prevention policy Campus policies Children on campus Dress and appearance Protection of personal property Telephone use and emergency messages Use of computer resources official means of communication Student id cards Harassment Student conduct code revisions Student grievance procedures Steps to resolve a complaint Plan of resolution Investigation, hearing and findings Investigation procedures Hearing procedures Report of findings Available appeals Student grievance procedures (civil rights) Grade appeal procedure Emergency procedures Fire Bomb threat Serious injury or illness Accident/incident report Civil disturbance Hazardous weather Emergency Notification System Tornadoes Automobile accident Emergency Response Information Campus crime statistics Disclosure of campus crime statistics Student handbook disclaimer Index Contents xiii

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17 Academic Calendar Fall Semester, 2013 (August 12, 2013 December 17, 2013) 88 Faculty Duty Days; 79 Instructional Days August Local Professional Development August Regular Registration August 16...Faculty Duty Day August 19...Regular Term and Term I Classes Begin August Late Registration; Drop/Add Schedule Adjustment September 2...Labor Day (College closed) September Last Day to Drop with a W from Term I October 9... Last Day to Withdraw: WP or WF for Term I October 11...Term I Classes End; Grades Due by 2 pm October Term II Classes Begin October 25...Graduation Application Deadline 1:00 pm October Last Day to Drop with a W from Regular Term October 31...New Student Experience November Advising/Advanced Registration November 11...Veteran s Day Holiday (College closed) November Advising/Advanced Registration November 15...Last Day to Drop with a W from Term II November State Professional Development (No classes) November Thanksgiving Holiday (College closed) December 2... Classes Resume December 5...Last Day to Withdraw: WP or WF Term II and Regular Term December 9...Last Day of Classes: Term II and Regular Term December 10 13, Final Exams December 17...Faculty Duty Day (Grades due by 2:00 pm) December Staff Duty Day December 23 January 1...Christmas Holidays (College closed) Spring Semester, 2014 (January 2, 2014 May 12, 2014) 87 Faculty Duty Days; 79 Instructional Days January 2...Faculty Duty Day January 3....Local Professional Development January Regular Registration January 8....Faculty Duty Day January 9....Regular Term and Term I Classes Begin January Late Registration; Drop/Add Schedule Adjustment January Late Registration; Drop/Add Schedule Adjustment January Martin Luther King Jr./Robert E. Lee Holiday (College closed) February Last Day to Drop with a W from Term I March 3... Last Day to Withdraw: WP or WF Term I March 5...Term I Classes End; Grades Due by 2 pm March 6... Term II Classes Begin March Last Day to Drop with a W from Regular Term Academic Calendar 3

18 March 31- April 4...Spring Break (No classes) April 7... Classes Resume April 10...New Student Experience April Advising/Advanced Registration April Advising/Advanced Registration April 16...Last Day to Drop with a W from Term II April 28...Last Day to Withdraw: WP or WF Term II and Regular Term April 30...Last Day of Classes: Term II and Regular Term May Final Exams May Final Exams May Graduate Grades Due by 2:00 pm May 8...Grades Due by 2:00 pm May Faculty Duty Day May 9....Graduation May Faculty Duty Day Summer Semester, 2014 (May 19, 2014 August 5, 2014) 54 Faculty Duty Days; 51 Instructional Days (Note: CVCC works a four day work week during the summer semester. The four day work week begins on May 12, 2014 and ends on August 8, 2014.) May Regular Registration May Faculty Duty Day May Regular Term and Term I Classes Begin May Late Registration; Drop/Add Schedule Adjustment May Memorial Day (College closed) June Last Day to Drop with a W from Term I June Last Day to Withdraw: WP or WF Term I June 24...Term I Classes End; Grades Due by 2 pm June Term II Classes Begin July 1... Last Day to Drop with a W from Regular Term July 4...Independence Day Observed (College closed) July Advising/Advanced Registration July 10...New Student Experience July Advising/Advanced Registration July 15...Last Day to Drop with a W from Term II July 28...Last Day to Withdraw: WP or WF Term II and Regular Term July 30...Last Day of Classes: Term II and Regular Term July Final Exams August 4... Final Exams August 5...Faculty Duty Day; Grades Due by 2:00 pm 4 Academic Calendar

19 The College

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21 The President s message Welcome to CVCC. Thank you for your interest in the College. I hope you find the information in this Catalog you need in order to make an informed decision about the next step in your academic future. I believe CVCC is the place where your life can change. We are large enough to have all the activities and resources necessary to provide an enhanced and well-rounded college experience, but small enough to ensure you the personal attention needed for your success. We have a respected and dedicated faculty, along with a knowledgeable and caring staff. We have one mission at the College and that is to get you from where you are to where you want to be. Whether you want a solid two-year start on your way to the four-year college or university of your choice or you desire a program to learn the skills necessary in your chosen profession to get you into the workplace as soon as possible CVCC is here for you. We are the community s college. We are your college. Get started today, and I ll see you around campus. GO PIRATES! D. Glen Cannon, Ed.D., CPA President The College 7

22 Contacts Concerning Where to go Absences... Instructors Counseling and Advising - Wilson Hall Activities, student...student Development - Wilson Hall Adding and dropping classes... Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall Admissions... Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall Athletics...Athletic Director - Key Hall 203 Buildings and grounds...director, Facilities and Maintenance - IPAC 105 Campus visitation...president s Office - Wallace Hall...Student Development - Wallace Hall Changes in academic program...faculty Advisor Counseling Academic, personal and transfer... Counseling and Advising - Wilson Hall Financial...Financial Aid - Wilson Hall Vocational... Counseling and Advising - Wilson Hall Job placement... Counseling and Advising - Wilson Hall Elections, SGA...Dean of Student Services - Wallace Hall Employment Job placement (student)... Counseling and Advising - Wilson Hall Student (work-study)...financial Aid - Wilson Hall Faculty/staff placement... Human Resources Office - Wallace Hall Financial aid...financial Aid - Wilson Hall General information...student Development - Wilson Hall Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall Grades (transcripts)... Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall Complaints/concerns... Instructors Graduation... Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall Lost-and-found...Switchboard - Wilson Hall New student experience...dean of Student Services - Wallace Hall News releases for TV, radio and newspaper... Institutional Advancement Office - Wallace Hall Orientation....Dean of Student Services - Wallace Hall Parking decals and fines...switchboard - Wilson Hall Phi Theta Kappa Student Development - Wilson Hall Photocopying... LRC - Owen Hall Recruitment...Student Development - Wilson Hall Registration... Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall Reserving campus facilities...business Office - Wallace Hall Security....Chief - Security Building Scholarships...Financial Aid - Wilson Hall Social activities... Student Development -Wilson Hall Student Government Association...Dean of Student Services - Wallace Hall Student ADA Assistance...Student Development - Wilson Hall Testing Testing Center - Brassell Hall Tours...Student Development - Wallace Hall Traffic control...chief - Security Building Transcripts... Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall Tuition and fees...business Office, Cashier - Wallace Hall Military and Veterans Veterans Coordinator - Wilson Hall Withdrawal... Admissions and Records - Wallace Hall 8 The College

23 Campus directory General information... Wilson Hall Wallace Hall Academic Division Chairpersons: Business Information Technology... IPAC Health Sciences... IPAC Humanities... IPAC Mathematics and Science.... Brassell Hall Public Safety... Owen Hall Admissions Office... Wallace Hall Adult Education... Owen Hall Affirmative Action Coordinator.... Brassell Hall Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator - Students.. Wilson Hall Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator -Employees..Wallace Hall Associate Dean for Workforce/Technical Education.. Owen Hall Athletics... Key Hall Business Office... Wallace Hall Chief Academic Office... Wallace Hall Counseling Services.... Wilson Hall Dean of Student Services... Wallace Hall Evening Coordinator... Wallace Hall Facilities and Maintenance... IPAC Financial Aid... Wilson Hall Fort Benning Instructional Site / Human Resources Office.... Wallace Hall Information Systems... Wallace Hall Institutional Advancement... Wallace Hall Institutional Effectiveness... IPAC Learning Resource Center... Owen Hall President... Wallace Hall Security Office... Security Kiosk Building Student Development... Wilson Hall Student Recruitment... Wilson Hall Testing... Brassell Hall Title IX Coordinator... IPAC Vice President/Dean of College... Wallace Hall WorkKeys... Owen Hall The College 9

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