1 CATALOG SUPPLEMENT ANCHORAGE The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook.
2 Administration Effective: 06/07/2016 Brenda Young Campus President ADA Coordinator Michelle Mueller Director of Admissions Sarah Kirton Regional Director of Financial Aid Vanessa Watson Regional Career Services Supervisor Janice Floyd Director of Joel Nelson Vice President of Academic Operations Matthew Jaques Corporate Librarian For education related questions, please see any member of the education team labeled below as a Program Manager or Lead. Faculty Name Job Title Subject Area Credentials Marilyn Lim- Program Manager Medical Assistant M.B.A., University of Phoenix, Business Carreon Administration; B.S., University of Treg Gardner Program Manager Business Office Administration, Computer Information Systems, Computer Networking Systems, Computer Technician, Criminal Justice, Paralegal Studies Mark Green Program Manager Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Phoenix, Business/Management M.I.S., University of Phoenix, Computer Information Systems; B.S., University of Phoenix, Information Technology M.E.D., Lesley University; B.S., University of Nevada, Business Administration Refrigeration, Welding Christy Ruiz Program Manager Student Success M.B.A., Everest University, Human Resources; B.S., California State University, San Marcos-Business Administration Service Sector; A.A., North Idaho College, Psychology Larry Tremblay Program Manager Allied Health, Health Care Administration, Medical Office Administrative Assistant Angeline Yoder Program Manager Accounting, Applied Technology, Business Administration, Business Management Technology,Hospitality, Marketing Through Digital and Social Media, General Education, MBA M.A., Georgia Southern University, English; B.A., Western Carolina University, English Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University, Education; M.E.d., Bloomsburg University; M.B.A., Bloomsburg University; B.S., Bloomsburg University, Business Administration The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 2 of 8
3 Faculty Name Job Title Subject Area Credentials Janice Floyd Director of B.S.N., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; M.S., Education, Duke University Open Lead Medical Assistant Mike Aranda Lead Criminal Justice M.P.A., California State University, Public Administration; B.S., University of Phoenix, Business Management Kat Kadian- Baumeyer Lead Hospitality M.S., Thomas A. Edison State College; Management; B.A., Felician College, Management/Marketing Kimberly Chancey Lead Applied Technology M.S., University of Alaska, Engineering and Science Management; B.S., University of Texas, Electrical Engineering Patrick Chipman Lead Welding Kaitlyn Hayes Lead Medical Assisting B.S., University of Oregon, Business Management; Certificate, Career Academy, AK, Medical Assistant Janet Lanigan- Libby Kimberly Rogers Lead Allied Health, Health Care Administration, Medical Office Administrative Assistant Lead Paralegal Studies J.D., Regis College, Law M.B.A., Colorado Technical University, Health Care Management; M.B.A., Colorado Technical University; B.S., Grand Valley State University, Liberal Studies Robert Steele Lead Accounting M.S., Golden Gate University, Taxation; B.A., University of California, Santa Barbara, Accounting and Economics Daniel Torres Lead Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Renee Brassell Terri Chairse Tabi Jayd Sara Pullen Tanya Villers Lori Wichman Full Time Full Time Full Time Full Time Full Time Full Time M.S.N., Liberty University; B.S.N., Liberty University M.S.N., University of Phoenix; B.S.N., University of Phoenix; A.A.S., South Suburban College, M.S.N., University of Phoenix; B.S.N., University of Phoenix; A.A.S., Mount Saint Mary s College, M.S.N., University of Phoenix, /Health Care Education; B.S.N., University of Phoenix M.S.N., Western Governors University; B.S.N., Western Governors University; A.A.S., University of Alaska, M.S.N., Walden University; B.S.N., California State University; A.A.S, American River College, Janet Cawyer Clinical Coordinator M.S.N., University of Phoenix; B.S.N., University of Phoenix; A.A.S., Northeastern A&M College, ; The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 3 of 8
4 Faculty Name Job Title Subject Area Credentials Martin Anderson Full Time General Education B.S., University of Oregon, Human Physiology Tom Brooks Full Time General Education M.A., American Public University, American, History; B.A., University of Alaska Anchorage, History; B.S., Portland State University, Economics; B.A, Multnomah University, Biblical Literature Amanda Edwards Full Time Business Administration M.B.A., Grand Canyon University; B.S., Oregon Institute of Technology, Management and Marketing JJ Hageman Full Time Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Andrew Full Time Welding Krasnansky Laurie Novy Full Time General Education Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University, Educational Leadership; M.S., Illinois State University, English; B.S., Illinois State University, English Brandon Williams Full Time Student Success M.A., Ashford University, Organizational Management; B.S., San Diego State University, Communication David Ampong M.S.N., Aspen University; B.A., Anna Maria College, Health Science; A.S., Becker College, The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 4 of 8
5 Academic Calendar Effective: 05/27/2016 Program Start Dates Charter College observes Constitution and Citizenship Day on September 17th of each year to commemorate the September 17, 1787 signing of the United States Constitution. If September 17th falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or holiday, the College will celebrate Constitution Day during the preceding or following week. Academic Calendar Module Dates Start End 05/16/ /19/ /20/ /24/ /25/ /28/ /29/ /02/ /03/ /06/ /07/ /11/ /12/ /22/ /23/ /26/ /27/ /02/ /03/ /07/ /08/ /11/ /12/ /16/ /17/ /20/ /21/ /24/ /25/ /29/ /30/ /03/ /04/ /14/2018 Holidays and Make-Up Days Due to certain annual holidays, course make-up days are required. These make-up days are identified below. Holiday Make-Up Day May 30, 2016 June 3, July 4, 2016 July 8, 2016 September 5, 2016 September 9, 2016 November 24-25, 2016 November 18, 2016 & December 2, 2016 December 19-25, 2016 December 26, 2016 December 30, 2016 January 2, 2017 January 6, 2017 May 29, 2017 June 2, 2017 July 4, 2017 July 7, 2017 September 4, 2017 September 8, 2017 November 23-24, 2017 December 1, 2017 December 25-31, 2017 January 1, 2018 January 5, MA1120 Administrative Procedures will be made-up on June 2, 2016 from 9am-1:30pm. The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 5 of 8
6 Tuition and Fees Effective: 05/16/2016 Certificate Programs Program Quarter Credits Homework Contact Tuition Books, Supplies & Fees Institutional Total Accounting $21,735 $0 $21,735 Business Office $23,760 $0 $23,760 Administration Computer Technician 72 1, $21,672 $0 $21,672 Heating, Ventilation, 72 1, $24,480 $0 $24,480 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Hospitality , $23,769 $0 $23,769 Marketing Through $24,264 $0 $24,264 Digital and Social Media Medical Assistant 69 1, $23,115 $0 $23,115 Medical Office $24,120 $0 $24,120 Administrative Assistant Paralegal Studies $24,840 $0 $24,840 Welding 72 1, $26,712 $0 $26,712 Associate of Applied Science Programs Program Quarter Credits Homework Contact Tuition Books, Supplies & Fees Institutional Total Allied Health* $13,500 $0 $13,500 Applied Technology* $13,500 $0 $13,500 Business $13,500 $0 $13,500 Administration* Computer Networking 108 1,585 1,265 $41,364 $0 $41,364 Systems Criminal Justice 99 1,275 1,020 $41,382 $0 $41, ,960 1,570 $58,806 $0 $58,806 Paralegal Studies 99 1,270 1,015 $42,669 $0 $42,669 Bachelor of Science Programs Program Quarter Credits Homework Contact Tuition Books, Supplies & Fees Institutional Total Accounting* 180 1, $41,400 $0 $41,400 Business $41,400 $0 $41,400 Administration* Computer Information 180 2,535 2,025 $62,100 $0 $62,100 Systems Criminal Justice* 180 1, $41,400 $0 $41,400 Health Care Administration* ,418 1,140 $39,405 $0 $39,405 The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 2 of 8
7 Master s Program Program Quarter Homework Contact Tuition Books, Supplies Institutional Credits & Fees Total Business Administration $38,920 $0 $38,920 Students are billed each quarter based on the number of credit hours in which they are enrolled for the quarter and the cost per credit hour for their program. Full time students must take a minimum of twelve (12) quarter credit hours or a maximum of nineteen (19) quarter credit hours per term. Although Charter College encourages all students to attend full time occasionally students may attend part-time. If a student is attending part-time, financial aid will be adjusted based on actual hours attended. Freshmen have successfully completed less than thirty-six (36) quarter credit hours. Sophomores have successfully completed at least thirty-six (36) quarter credit hours, but fewer than ninety (90) quarter credit hours. Juniors are those students who have successfully completed at least ninety (90) quarter credit hours. Seniors have successfully completed at least one hundred thirty-six (136) quarter credit hours. *The costs in the table are not those for the number of quarter credits listed. Students enrolled in this program will earn the total quarter credits and clock hours through a combination of transfer quarter credit and campus course work. The number of quarter credits shown indicates the number of quarter credits a student will graduate from the program should the student be accepted to the program. Other Costs Credit Earned by Proficiency Exam or Experiential $100 Learning Credit* (per course) Duplicate Certificate Fee $50 Official Transcript Fee $7 Administration fee** $75 *Non-refundable; this charge is per attempt. **This fee is assessed when a student officially withdraws or is involuntarily withdrawn or dismissed. See the Withdrawal or Dismissal section. The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 3 of 8
8 Placement Rates Effective: 05/18/2016 Listed below is the placement information for each of the programs reported to the campus accreditation body on an annual basis. The below information is representative of graduates that completed their program between July 1, 2014 and June 30, Program Percentage (%) Master s in Business Administration 57% B.S. in Accounting 100% B.S. in Business Administration 57% B.S. in Business Management Accounting with concentrations 100% B.S. in Business Management Technology 100% B.S. in Computer Information Systems B.S. in Computer Science 100% B.S. in Criminal Justice 63% B.S. in Health Care Administration 50% B.S. in Information Technology Engineering with concentrations 75% A.A.S. in Allied Health 67% A.A.S. in Applied Technology 0% A.A.S. in Business Administration 83% A.A.S. in Business Management Practice 0% A.A.S. in Computer Networking Systems A.A.S. in Computer Science with concentrations 0% A.A.S. in Computerized Accounting A.A.S. in Criminal Justice 20% A.A.S. in Health Information Technology 69% A.A.S. in Medical Office Administration: concentration in Medical Assistant 50% A.A.S. in Network Security 38% A.A.S. in 88% A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies 83% Certificate in Accounting 78% Certificate in Business Office Administration 50% Certificate in Computer Technician Certificate in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration 61% Certificate in Hospitality 100% Certificate in Marketing Through Digital and Social Media Certificate in Medical Assistant 61% Certificate in Medical Office Administrative Assistant Certificate in Network Security 45% Certificate in Paralegal Studies 63% Certificate in Welding 51% Campus Total 63% The placement information is calculated by using the following formula: (Placed by job title + Placed by skills + Placed by benefit of training) ((Completers + Graduates) - (Exemptions*)) * Exemptions are: pregnancy, death or other health-related issues, continuing education, military service, visa restrictions, enrollment in English as a Second Language (ESL) program, and incarceration. Performance Information Disclosure These are the data reported to ACICS by the institution in its most recent Campus Accountability Report. The Catalog Supplement is part of the Catalog & Student Handbook. Page 4 of 8