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1 SUMMER/FALL 2015 Class Schedule Summer term begins JUNE 15 Fall semester begins AUGUST 31 PLEASE NOTE: Orientation is required for first time students. Please visit ohlone.edu/orientation APPLY & REGISTER ONLINE SOUTH PARKING STRUCTURE OPENS FALL SEMESTER 2015

2 South Parking Structure FAST FACTS OPENING FALL SEMESTER 906 parking spaces total 250 stair steps saved over parking in lower lots parking spaces added to upper campus 2013 Recipient of CCFC* Professional Design Award *Community College Facility Coalition Funded by the Measure G Bond approved by District voters in November For more info related to Measure G please visit

3 COnTenTS Summer AnD fall 2015 Academic Calendars...2, 3 Academic Regulations Adding Classes Admission Information...9 Admissions and Records Application Form...Center Pages Athletics Auditing Board of Governors Waiver Bookstore Campus Police/Safety and Security Services Career Services Cashier s Office Class Listing Guide...28 Class Listings Summer Class Listings Fall Classroom Location Key...28 Codes Academic Program...71 Community Education , 120 Corporate Education and Workforce Development Counseling Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Student Registration...14 Disabled Students Programs and Services Division Contacts Drops/Withdrawals Enrollment Process...8 Enrollment Process 10th-12th Grade Students...12 Enrollment Steps EOPS/CARE/CalWORKS Fees and Refunds Final Examination Schedule...4 Financial Aid...25, 122 Foundation Frequently Asked Questions...6 General Education Requirements Health Sciences Programs...13 International Programs and Services International Students...13 Kindergarten-12th Grade Students , 133 Learning Resource Center Military Personnel...14 Ohlone Online Ombudsperson Orientation...18 Parking Placement Testing Policies and Procedures Academic Dishonesty and Its Consequences Campus Police Procedures Complaint Procedures Drug and Alcohol Free Environment and Drug Prevention Program Equal Educational and Employment Opportunity Policy Open Enrollment Policy Smoke-Free District Unlawful Discrimination and Unlawful Harassment Prerequisites Programs Offering Special Registration...14 Registration Help...20 Repeating Courses Residency Requirements...14 Services for Students Social Security Number and Student ID Number Student Health Center Student Life Student Records Student Right-to-Know Student Success and Support Program (Matriculation)...9 Textbooks, Online Access Codes, and Supplies...24 Transfer Center Tri-Cities One-Stop Career Centers Tutoring Services Veterans Affairs Vision, Mission, Values, and Goals...5 Waitlisting WebAdvisor Instructions What s New at Ohlone...7 OhlOne VIA The WeB Ohlone College Web Site: Ohlone College newark Center for health Sciences and Technology: Apply Online: WebAdvisor: https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu (to register, add to a waitlist, drop, pay for classes, and check grades) Ohlone College Bookstore: Counseling Web Site: (for Placement Testing and Orientation dates) Counseling Appointments: Web-Based Course Information: www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation (instructions for Getting Started ) Community education Information: Tri-Cities One-Stop Career Center: Ohlone College provides Alternate Media services to qualified students who need materials in alternative formats such as Braille, large print, audiotape, or electronic text. For additional information, please contact Disabled Students Programs and Services at (510) Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 1

4 ACADemIC CAlenDAr Summer 2015 ACADemIC CAlenDAr SCheDule for registration Continuing students are assigned the earliest registration times and appointments based on having a declared academic program (major) and by the number of Ohlone units earned toward that program. new and former students receive the next opportunity to register but do not receive specific appointments. Registration begins for continuing students Monday, May 4 Due date for 10th-12th grade applications Monday, May 4 Due date for Kindergarten-9th grade applications Monday, May 11 Registration begins for former students and new students who have satisfied the orientation requirement Monday, May 18 Registration begins for 10th-12th grade students with a completed application Monday, June 1 Last day that students are added into classes from the waitlist Sunday, June 14 Last day to add full-term class without add authorization code (prior to 5:00pm) Sunday, June 14* Summer Term InSTruCTIOn BeGInS (read note 1 on Page 4) monday, June 15 Registration begins for Kindergarten-9th grade students with a completed application Monday, June 15 Last day to apply for Summer 2015 graduation for degrees or certificates Thursday, June 18 Last day to submit petition to audit full-term class Thursday, June 18 Last day to petition to complete class on a pass/no pass basis Thursday, June 18 Last day to drop full-term class and be eligible for a refund Sunday, June 21* Last day to add full-term class with add authorization code Sunday, June 21* Last day to drop full-term class without a W grade Sunday, June 21* Census Monday, June 22 Holiday/Independence Day Thursday, July 2 Last day to drop full-term class with a W grade Tuesday, July 14 Last day of instruction for 6-week classes Thursday, July 23 Summer Term Final Exams Held during the last regularly scheduled class meeting Grades available via WebAdvisor for 6-week classes; grades are posted as they are received Tuesday, July 28 Last day of instruction for 8-week classes Thursday, August 6 Grades available via WebAdvisor for 8-week classes; grades are posted as they are received Tuesday, August 11 *Admissions and Records Office hours do not extend to cover weekends and/or holidays. Access during non-office times is available online through WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu). The dates above pertain to six-week classes starting the week of June 15 and ending the week of July 23. Classes with different start or end dates may have different add, drop, or refund deadlines. See page 4 for Summer 2015 Calendar Footnotes. Did you know??? Students who earn a degree or certificate from a California community college nearly double their earnings within three years. Source: California Community Colleges Chancellor s Office 2 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

5 fall 2015 ACADemIC CAlenDAr SCheDule for registration Continuing students are assigned the earliest registration times and appointments based on having a declared academic program (major) and by the number of Ohlone units earned toward that program. new and former students receive the next opportunity to register but do not receive specific appointments. Registration begins for continuing students Monday, May 4 Registration begins for former students and new students who have satisfied the orientation requirement Monday, May 18 Due date for 10th-12th grade applications Monday, July 27 Due date for Kindergarten-9th grade applications Monday, August 10 Registration begins for 10th-12th grade students with a completed application Monday, August 17 Last day that students are added into classes from the waitlist Sunday, August 30 Last day to add full-term class without add authorization code (prior to 5:00pm) Sunday, August 30* fall SemeSTer InSTruCTIOn BeGInS (read note 1 on Page 4) monday, August 31 Registration begins for Kindergarten-9th grade students with a completed application Monday, August 31 Holiday/Labor Day (weekend classes do not meet) Saturday, September 5- Monday, September 7 Last day to submit petition to audit full-term class Friday, September 11 Last day to add full-term class with add authorization code Sunday, September 13* Last day to drop full-term class and be eligible for a refund Sunday, September 13* Last day to drop full-term class without a W grade Sunday, September 13* Census Monday, September 14 Last day to petition to complete class on a pass/no pass basis Friday, September 25 Last day to apply for Fall 2015 graduation for degrees or certificates Friday, October 2 Holiday/Veterans Day Wednesday, November 11 Last day to drop full-term class with a W grade Thursday, November 19 Holiday/Thanksgiving (weekend classes do not meet) Thursday, November 26- Sunday, November 29 Last day of instruction Friday, December 11 Final exam period Saturday, December 12- Friday, December 18 Grades available via WebAdvisor; grades are posted as they are received Wednesday, December 23 Spring Semester instruction begins Monday, January 25 ACADemIC CAlenDAr *Admissions and Records Office hours do not extend to cover weekends and/or holidays. Access during non-office times is available online through WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu). The dates above pertain to sixteen-week classes starting the week of August 31 and ending the week of December 11. Classes with different start or end dates may have different add, drop, or refund deadlines. See page 4 for Fall 2015 Calendar Footnotes. Did you know??? Ohlone was the first smoke-free college in the Bay Area and has set a trend for other colleges. Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 3

6 Summer AnD fall 2015 ACADemIC CAlenDAr footnotes final exams Students are responsible for class prerequisites, academic calendar deadlines, services information, and registration procedures. note 1 Use the following percentages to calculate deadlines for classes that meet more or less than the full term: Last day to drop with a refund % of class meeting times Last date to add % of class meeting times Last date to drop a class without a W (Census Date) % of class meeting times Last date to apply for pass/no pass % of class meeting times Last date to withdraw with a W % of class meeting times If the class meets for 10 meetings or less the class must be dropped prior to start of class in order to be eligible for a refund. note 2 The non-resident tuition and enrollment fees differ from resident fees. The deadline to drop with a refund also differs. Please see the Fees chart on pages for information concerning non-resident tuition refund deadlines. note 3 The Application for Summer and Fall 2015 Graduation (Associate in Arts degree, Associate in Science degree, or Certificate of Achievement) is available from and should be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records. Applications received after the deadline will be processed for the next term. final exams fall 2015 Final exams of two hours each are required in all classes except those of an activity or performance nature and are to be given in accordance with this schedule. fall 2015 exam SCheDule DAy ClASSeS 7:00am-9:00am 9:30am-11:30am 12:00pm-2:00pm 2:30pm-4:30pm 5:00pm-7:00pm Monday, 8:00 classes 10:00 classes 1:00 classes 3:00 classes 6:00 classes December 14 meeting MWF meeting MWF meeting MWF meeting MWF meeting MWF* Tuesday, 8:00 classes 10:00 classes 1:00 classes 3:00 classes 6:00 classes December 15 meeting TTh meeting TTh meeting TTh meeting TTh meeting TTh* Wednesday, Before 8:00 9:00 classes 12:00 classes 2:00 classes 5:00 classes December 16 meeting MWF meeting MWF meeting MWF meeting MWF meeting MWF* Thursday, Before 8:00 9:00 classes 11:00 classes 2:00 classes 4:00 classes December 17 meeting TTh meeting TTh meeting TTh meeting TTh meeting TTh Friday, 11:00 classes 12:00 classes 4:00 classes 5:00 classes December 18 meeting MWF meeting TTh meeting MWF meeting TTh *note: for purposes of scheduling final exams, day classes refers to classes that end prior to 7:00pm. Classes ending before 7:00pm follow the Day finals Schedule; classes ending later than 7:00pm follow the evening finals Schedule. For classes with labs, finals will be held in accordance with the lecture schedule. Classes that do not begin on the hour will adhere to the previous hour, i.e., all classes starting between 9:00am and 9:55am will go by the 9:00am exam time. Classes meeting one day or two days on MWF or those meeting four or five days a week schedule finals in accordance with MWF schedule. Classes meeting Tuesday only or Thursday only schedule finals in accordance with TTh classes. fall 2015 final exam SCheDule evening AnD WeeKenD ClASSeS Finals for evening classes (classes that have at least part of their meeting time after 7:00pm) are held from 7:30pm-9:30pm on the first regularly scheduled meeting of the class from December 12-18, Finals for Saturday and Sunday classes are held on the day of the last scheduled meeting of the class, December 12-13, All finals are to be two hours long. Faculty should not deviate from this schedule. 4 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

7 VISION STATEMENT VISION, MISSION, VALUES, AND GOALS Ohlone College will be known throughout California for our inclusiveness, innovation, and superior rates of student success. MISSION STATEMENT The Mission of Ohlone College is to serve the community by offering instruction for basic skills, career entry, university transfer, economic development, and personal enrichment for all who can benefit from our instruction in an environment where student learning success is highly valued, supported, and continually assessed. CORE VALUES n n n n n n n n COLLEGE GOALS We provide life long learning opportunities for students, college personnel, and the community. We open access to higher education and actively reach out to under-served populations. We promote diversity, inclusiveness, and openness to differing viewpoints. We maintain high standards in our constant pursuit of excellence. We value trust, respect, and integrity. We promote teamwork and open communication. We practice innovation and actively encourage risk-taking and entrepreneurship. We demonstrate stewardship for our human, financial, physical, and environmental resources. 1. Through innovative programs and services, improve student learning and achievement. 2. Support the economic vitality of the community through educational programs and services that respond to identified employment needs. 3. Promote continuous, needs-based learning and professional development opportunities for all District personnel. 4. Use human, fiscal, technological, and physical resources responsibly, effectively, and efficiently to maximize student learning and achievement. 5. Lead and educate the community in environmental sustainability. 6. Enhance college-wide interaction with, and acceptance of, diverse peoples, cultures, arts, and perspectives. 7. Increase access to higher education of under-served and under-represented demographic groups in the District and local communities. 8. Engage all members of the college community in active, continual institutional improvement. OhlOne mission Adopted by the Board of Trustees 6/10/09 Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 5

8 Ohlone College frequently Asked Questions faqs 1. How do I apply to Ohlone? All persons 18 years of age or older or anyone under 18 who is a high school graduate is eligible for admission. Apply online at or use the application in the center pages of this Class Schedule. 2. How do I sign up for classes? After submitting an application and receiving a student ID number, create a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register for classes online. Detailed WebAdvisor and registration instructions are available on pages 19 and How do I schedule an appointment with a counselor? Go online to appt.html/ or call (510) (Fremont campus) or (510) (Newark campus) to make a 30 minute appointment. 4. When can I add or drop a class? Add, drop, and other important dates are listed on the Academic Calendars on pages 2 and Does Ohlone have an orientation for new students? Yes, orientation is required for new students. For more information please see page How do I find out which books I need for my classes? After registering for classes, visit the Ohlone Bookstore in Building 5 on the Fremont campus or online at to see which books are required for each class. 7. Where do I go for services? On the Fremont campus Student Services offices are located in the Student Services Center, Building 7. The Cashier s Office is located in Building 19 on the Fremont campus. The Student Services Center on the Newark campus is in Room NC1312. For a listing of academic departments refer to the last page of this Class Schedule. 8. How much does my class cost? The cost of each class depends on the number of units and whether or not the student enrolling is a resident of California. Currently, the enrollment fee for a California resident is $46 per unit. For a complete listing of additional fees see the charts on pages When do I pay for my classes? Students have five calendar days from the date of their most recent registration activity to pay for classes. 10. What do I do if I can t pay for my classes? Visit the Financial Aid web page at finaidprocess.html to begin your financial aid application process. You may be eligible to receive a Board of Governors Fee Waiver or other State and Federal financial aid. 11. When do I need to apply for financial aid? Apply as soon as possible by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at The application process is on-going throughout the academic year. 12. How can I get involved in campus life and meet new people? Choose from over thirty clubs and co-curricular opportunities, become a Peer Mentor, or join the Associated Students of Ohlone College (ASOC). Get more information by visiting the Campus Activities Office (Building 7, second floor, Fremont campus). 13. I m interested in online classes. How do I sign up for them? Register for online classes in the same way as other classes by using WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu). One week before the class starts, go to the Online Education Web page at www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ and sign in. 14. What do I do if I m on a waitlist? When a vacancy occurs in a class, the first student on the waitlist will be added into the class and will receive an confirming the registration. When classes begin, any students remaining on the waitlist should attend the first class session. More information can be found on page How will I know if a class I am registered in has been canceled? The Division Office will contact you if your class has been canceled. Make sure your contact information is correct and current by logging in to WebAdvisor (https://www.webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) and clicking on Update My Profile under the Registration options. 16. Where can I get tutoring? Free tutoring in a wide range of subjects is available in Hyman Hall, Room HH-217 on the Fremont campus. Free tutoring in English and math is also offered in Rooms NC1102 and NC1124 at the Newark campus. See page 127 for a complete list of tutoring options. 17. I don t own a computer. Where can I work on my assignments? Computers are available for registered students to complete coursework in Hyman Hall and the Library on the Fremont campus and in the Learning Resources Center at the Newark campus. All computer users must abide by the computer use policy found online at 18. If I get sick, how much does it cost to use the Student Health Center? A $16 Health Services Fee is charged during Summer Term and a $19 Health Services Fee is charged during Fall and Spring Semesters. This fee pays for primary care, first aid, emergency response, and other services. 19. What do I need to do to graduate? Ohlone College offers associate degrees, Certificates of Achievement, and Certificates of Accomplishment. Students should check the college catalog and see a counselor to make sure they are meeting the requirements for the degree or certificate that they are pursuing. 20. What do I do after I graduate? Ohlone has services to prepare students for the future whether they are going directly into a career or on to further studies at a baccalaureate institution. Students are encouraged to visit Career Services and the Transfer Center; both are located in Building 7, third floor. 6 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

9 What s new at Ohlone! new Portable Classrooms at Both fremont and newark Campuses! WhAT S new It s an exciting time at Ohlone as preparation is underway for the new Academic Core on the Fremont campus. The Academic Core will be a new core of academic buildings which will house most of the educational offerings on the Fremont campus at Ohlone. As a result of the 2012 District Facilities Master Plan it was identified that many of the existing buildings needed to be replaced, which will allow the Fremont campus to become more accessible to students as well as meeting current codes and energy efficiencies. Academic programs that will be included in the new Academic Core buildings include Science, Arts, General Education, and Learning Resources (Tutoring, Library, study areas, etc.). The new Academic Core buildings will replace existing Buildings 1, 2, and 8 on the Fremont campus. In preparation for the new Academic Core on the Fremont campus, portable classrooms are being used. The portable classrooms are located in Parking Lots B and C on the Fremont campus and in Parking Lot A on the Newark campus. How do I know if my class is located in a portable? n n All classes in portables on the Fremont campus have fp (for Fremont Portable ) at the beginning of the room number (example FP-2). All classes in portables on the Newark campus have np (for Newark Portable ) at the beginning of the room number (example NP-4). See the example below of classes that are located in portables at fremont and newark. This class will be taught in fremont Portable #14. PS-102 American Government Unit(s): 3.00 (GC) Accepted for Credit: CSU & UC Advisory: Eligible for ENGL-101A Theory and practice of constitutional government in U.S.; federal, state, and local levels. C-ID POLS 110 (01) TBA MW 8/31/15-12/18/15 2:00pm-3:35pm FP-14 (02) TBA M 8/31/15-12/18/15 6:00pm-9:10pm FP-4 (03) TBA T 8/31/15-12/18/15 6:00pm-9:10pm NP-12 This class will be taught in newark Portable #12. for more information related to the measure G Bond please visit Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 7

10 The enrollment Process follow these steps to complete the Ohlone College enrollment Process online or on paper application. enrollment PrOCeSS APPly Ú TAKe PlACemenT TeSTS (for esl, english, and math Prerequisites) Ú COmPleTe OrIenTATIOn AnD receive COunSelInG Ú register for ClASSeS Ú PAy for ClASSeS Payment is due upon registration Ú PrePAre for ClASSeS Apply online at or complete an Ohlone College paper application (available in the center of this schedule) and submit the application to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room NC1312. The application should be submitted as early as possible in order to ensure earliest possible registration times. Submit any necessary documents (immigration documents and/or residency documents) to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in NC1312. Receive a student ID number via after submission of all application materials or by calling the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) if an address is not available. Set up a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online. See page 19 for more information about WebAdvisor. Go to for information regarding placement testing and test dates and times. Placement testing information is also available on pages of this schedule. Take the required placement tests or clear all prerequisites for English and math with transcripts from previously attended institutions; see a counselor for assistance with clearing prerequisites. Review Test Summary on WebAdvisor at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ after completing required placement tests. See the Placement Testing Center web site at for an explanation of placement test results. Orientation is mandatory for all new students except those who meet an Orientation exemption as listed on page 18. Students must attend an orientation before they are able to register for classes. Visit the Orientation web site at to view a complete schedule of orientation dates. During the orientation students will meet with a counselor, develop an initial student education plan, and register for classes. Make sure all holds are cleared and any outstanding balances paid before registering. Register for classes online via WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/). Registration instructions are available on page 20 and online at OR, if a class is filled Add to the waitlist and attend the first class session. Go to www2.ohlone.edu/instr/onlineeducation/ for information and instructions for online classes. Students may contact Online Education at for assistance with online classes or Blackboard. Payment must be received within five days of registration or students may be dropped from classes due to non-payment. For further information please see page 21. Pay online by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/. Pay by cash, check, or credit card at the Cashier s Office in Building 19 on the Fremont campus. Print a copy of the class schedule from WebAdvisor to confirm registration and check for errors. THEN Purchase books by going online to or visiting the Ohlone College Bookstore on the Fremont campus. The enrollment PrOCeSS has now Been SuCCeSSfully COmPleTeD! THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING OHLONE COLLEGE! (See page 12 for the 10th-12th Grade Enrollment Process.) 8 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

11 enrollment STePS WhO may APPly All persons 18 years of age or older are eligible for admission to Ohlone College as a California resident or non-resident. Anyone under 18 years of age who is a high school graduate or has been awarded a GED or California High School Proficiency Certificate may also enroll. STuDenTS under 18 years Of AGe Students under 18 years of age are expected to provide the information pertaining to parents on the back of the Application for Admission. They must also submit proof of high school graduation or equivalent (Certificate of Proficiency or GED). Online Application Stay out of line! Apply online! Go to https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu to apply online. STuDenT SuCCeSS AnD SuPPOrT PrOGrAm (formerly known as matriculation) The intent of the Student Success and Support Program is to increase student access and success through the provision of core matriculation services. These services include orientation; assessment and placement; counseling; advising; and other education planning services, with the goal of providing students with the support services necessary to assist them in achieving their educational goal and declared course of study. All new students are expected to participate in each of the components unless they: 1. have earned a college degree (associate degree or higher); 2. are enrolled in Kindergarten-12th grade while taking Ohlone College courses. Ohlone College agrees to assessment, placement, orientation, counseling, advising, and other student education planning services. The Ohlone Community College District has made every reasonable effort to determine that everything stated in this schedule is accurate. Classes and programs offered, together with other matters combined herein, are subject to change without notice by the administration of the Ohlone Community College District for reasons related to student enrollment, level of financial support, or for any reasons at the discretion of the District and the College. At the time of publication the fees described in the schedule are accurate. However, local or state mandated fees may be imposed or increased at any time. Are you finishing your associate degree or certificate this semester? Then don t forget to apply to graduate! Thursday, June 18 is the last day to apply for Summer 2015 graduation. Friday, October 2 is the last day to apply for Fall 2015 graduation. enrollment STePS The graduation application is available online at Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 9

12 enrollment STePS (continued) new AnD former STuDenTS All new students are expected to participate in each of the following matriculation components, unless they meet an exception listed on page 9. enrollment STePS STeP 1 Apply for Admission Apply online at Submitting an online application is the fastest way to become an Ohlone College student and has the added advantage of providing confirmation that the application has been received and the admission process is completed. A student ID number will be ed to the student once the application is completed. The application should be submitted as early as possible in order to ensure the earliest possible registration times. Students need to sign up for a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ once the student ID number is received. A WebAdvisor account is necessary to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online. Paper applications are also available in this Class Schedule and should be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room NC1312. Residency and visa information for students who are not U.S. citizens must be submitted to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus. Students should submit official transcripts from all prior institutions and high schools (if graduated from high school within the last five years) to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus. Additional admission requirements exist for Kindergarten-12th grade students and Health Sciences Programs (Registered Nursing [RN], Physical Therapist Assistant [PTA], Respiratory Therapist [RT]). Application packets for the Registered Nursing Program are only available by attending a pre-nursing orientation. The Respiratory Therapist and Physical Therapist Assistant application packets are available on the respective program s web site. Please contact the Health Sciences and Environmental Studies Division Office at (510) for program information. Application packets for Kindergarten-12th grade students are available online or from the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus. Please refer to page 13 for Kindergarten-12th grade information. International students who have or wish to obtain an F-1 Student Visa must submit a completed International Student Application to the Ohlone College International Programs and Services Office. International Student Application forms, including detailed instructions about how to apply, are available at the International Programs and Services Office (Building 7, third floor on the Fremont campus) and online at internationalapplicationpacket.pdf/. Don t leave Ohlone without something tangible to show for your hard work! See a counselor about earning an associate degree, Certificate of Achievement, or Certificate of Accomplishment. 10 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

13 enrollment STePS (continued) STeP 2 STeP 3 STeP 4 STeP 5 Take Placement Tests Placement Tests are required for all students enrolling in English or math classes or in classes with English or math prerequisites. See pages for more information. Attend Orientation/Counseling and Advising Session Orientation is a vital step in each student s successful partnership with Ohlone College. Completion of the orientation requirement is mandatory for all new students, except for those who meet an orientation exemption listed on page 18. Go to for information on the New Student Orientation requirement. Orientation is designed to assist students in developing and realizing their educational goals, and includes the following information: Ohlone resources and services; study skills and other strategies for college success; Math and English placement results; one-on-one advising with an Ohlone College counselor; creation of an initial student education plan; registration for classes; students rights and responsibilities; and requirements for associate degrees and/or transfer. register and pay for classes Go to https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to sign up for WebAdvisor services. WebAdvisor allows students to register, waitlist, add, drop, or pay for classes, as well as access a variety of other services. WebAdvisor information can be found on page 19. Registration dates for new and former students can be found on the Academic Calendars on pages 2 and 3. Payment must be received within five calendar days of registration or students may be dropped for non-payment. For further information please see page 21. Attend Classes COnTInuInG STuDenTS (Students who attended Ohlone College as registered students in Spring Semester 2015) STeP 1 STeP 2 Plan individual class schedule and educational program Meet with a counselor to decide which classes to take. Follow-up with a counselor to decide on an academic program, develop a Student Education Plan (SEP), declare a major, develop transfer and career goals, or take other steps toward meeting personal educational objectives. Determine prerequisite eligibility Check with a counselor to determine whether prerequisites for English and/or math courses have been met. Make an appointment with the appropriate Division Dean for questions about prerequisites in subjects other than English or math. To make an appointment with the Division Dean see the list on the last page of this schedule for office locations and telephone numbers. enrollment STePS STeP 3 register and pay for classes WebAdvisor information can be found on page 19. Registration dates for continuing students can be found on the Academic Calendars on pages 2 and 3. Payment must be received within five calendar days of registration or students may be dropped for non-payment. For further information please see page 21. Students who have declared an academic major will be given an earlier registration appointment for the next term. Students who have not yet declared a major should see a counselor. STeP 4 Attend Classes (Enrollment Steps continue on page 13.) Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 11

14 The 10th-12th Grade enrollment Process This chart shows the enrollment process for 10th-12th grade students. The Kindergarten-9th grade enrollment process is outlined in the application packet (found online at or at the fremont and newark campuses) and includes additional course restrictions, application deadlines, and last priority for registration. enrollment STePS APPly OnlIne OR APPly VIA A PAPer APPlICATIOn Ú TAKe PlACemenT TeSTS (for esl, english, and math Prerequisites) Ú register Ú PAy for ClASSeS Payment is due upon registration Ú PrePAre for ClASSeS Complete an online Ohlone College application at Obtain a 10th-12th grade permission packet online at k12admission.html/. Obtain the necessary signatures on the Student Permission Form. Submit the Student Permission Form and Health Waiver to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or to the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room NC1312. All materials must be submitted by Monday, May 4 for the Summer Term and by Monday, July 27 for Fall Semester in order to ensure the earliest possible registration. Receive a student ID number 2-3 business days after submission of all application materials via or by calling the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) if an address is not available. Set up a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online. See page 19 for more information about WebAdvisor. Complete an Ohlone College paper application (available in the center of this schedule). Obtain a 10th-12th grade permission packet at the Fremont or Newark campus or from any district high school. Students concurrently enrolled on their home campus should obtain the permission form from their High School Coordinator. Submit the Student Permission Form and the Health Waiver together as one packet to the Office of Admissions and Records on the Fremont campus in Room 7249 or the Student Services Center on the Newark campus in Room All materials should be submitted by Monday, May 4 for the Summer Term and by Monday, July 27 for Fall Semester in order to ensure the earliest possible registration. Receive a student ID number 2-3 business days after submitting all application materials via or by calling the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) if an address is not available. Set up a WebAdvisor account at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/ to register, add, drop, waitlist, and pay for classes online. See page 19 for more information about WebAdvisor. Take the required placement tests. Refer to pages for information about placement tests. Placement testing is required for all students enrolling in English or math classes or classes with an English or math prerequisite. Per Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, K-12 classes cannot be used to meet college prerequisites. Register for Summer classes online via WebAdvisor (https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/) starting Monday, June 1. Register for Fall classes online via WebAdvisor starting Monday, August 17. Registration instructions are available on page 20 and online at Students in grades may not enroll in any PE, ATHL, or non-csu/uc transferable courses. CSU/UC transferable courses are identified in this Class Schedule and WebAdvisor. OR, if a class is filled Add to the waitlist and attend the first class session. PleASe note: Submitting the Ohlone College application and permission packet does not register students for classes. Students register for classes online via WebAdvisor. Instructions for WebAdvisor are found on page 19. Payment must be received within five days of registration or students may be dropped from classes due to non-payment. For further information please see page 21. Pay online by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover at https://webadvisor.ohlone.edu/. Pay by check by using the Drop Box in the Lobby of Building 19 on the Fremont campus. Pay by cash, check, or credit card at the Cashier s Office in Building 19 on the Fremont campus. Print a copy of the class schedule from WebAdvisor to confirm registration and check for errors. THEN Purchase books by going online to or visiting the Ohlone College Bookstore on the Fremont campus. PleASe note: Grades received at Ohlone College become part of a permanent college record and college transcript. 10th-12th grade students will be expected to participate at a college level. The 10Th-12Th GrADe enrollment PrOCeSS has now Been SuCCeSSfully COmPleTeD! THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING OHLONE COLLEGE! 12 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

15 enrollment STePS (continued) SPeCIAl ADmISSIOn Kindergarten-12th Grade Students The term special admission applies to students who are currently enrolled in Kindergarten-12th grade. These students may enroll in Ohlone College courses that are UC/CSU transferable on a space-available basis. These students must also meet any and all course prerequisites to be eligible for enrollment. For courses in English and Math this usually requires that the student take an Ohlone placement test. Kindergarten- 12th grade coursework may not be used to waive college prerequisites. Parental and principal or school official approval is also required. PE and ATHL classes are not available for any Kindergarten-12th grade student enrollment. Kindergarten-12th grade students are exempt from paying the California Community College Enrollment Fee ($46 per unit) but are subject to the $5 Electronic Access Fee, $19 Health Services Fee, and the optional $5 Student Activity Fee, unless all classes are off campus. All Kindergarten-12th grade students are required to submit a new application packet every term. Forms, directions, and timelines are available on the Ohlone Web site at Kindergarten-9th Grade Students Kindergarten-9th grade students may register only in a limited number of course offerings. The list of approved courses is available at and in the Kindergarten-9th grade application packet. Students need to submit their completed application packet by the due date. This date is available on pages 2 and 3 of this Class Schedule and online at Early application is encouraged. The first day that admitted Kindergarten-9th grade students will be able to register is the first day of the term. 10th-12th Grade Students Students in grades are only allowed to take CSU and UC transferable courses. These courses are identified in this Class Schedule and WebAdvisor. 10th-12th grade students will be able to register for classes approximately two weeks before the start of the term. KInDerGArTen-12Th GrADe PArenT/GuArDIAn InfOrmATIOn The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) is a federal law that affords parents the right to have access to their children s education records, the right to seek to have the records amended, and the right to have some control over the disclosure of personally identifiable information from the education records. When a student turns 18 years old or enters a postsecondary institution at any age, the rights under FERPA transfer from the parents to the student. Students who are enrolled at Ohlone College are covered by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). According to this legislation, college personnel cannot release a student s records or speak with parents and/or guardians about any student s academic records without the student completing the Release of Information form. The exception to this regulation is if the student is claimed as a dependent by either parent for tax purposes. Ohlone College reserves the right to require documents verifying student s status as a dependent. health SCIenCeS PrOGrAmS registered nursing Program Physical Therapist Assistant Program respiratory Therapist Program In addition to the basic requirements for admission to Ohlone College, there are specific requirements for admission to the Registered Nursing (R.N.), Physical Therapist Assistant (P.T.A.), and Respiratory Therapist (R.T.) Programs. Admission criteria may change periodically and placement is limited by space. See the Health Sciences and Environmental Studies Web page at for admission criteria, application deadlines, advanced placement and challenge procedures, and Registered Nursing and Respiratory Therapist information meetings. InTernATIOnAl STuDenTS International student is defined here as a student who has or wishes to obtain the F-1 Student Visa to study in the United States. International applicants must submit a completed International Student Application to the Ohlone College International Programs and Services Office on the Fremont campus. The International Student Application deadline for Fall Semester 2015 is June 30, (Continued on next page.) enrollment STePS Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 13

16 enrollment STePS enrollment STePS (continued) The International Programs and Services Office issues the Immigration Form I-20 to international students who are admitted to Ohlone College. Students then use the Form I-20 to apply for an F-1 Student Visa at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate in their home country. Students currently studying on an F-1 Visa at another school in the U.S. may apply to transfer to Ohlone College. For more information please visit the International Programs and Services Web page at or call (510) residency requirements California residency and Citizenship requirements By state law Ohlone College is required to obtain evidence from students of physical presence in California and of their intent to make California their home state for other than a temporary period. For this reason, all information requested on the application must be furnished. Incomplete applications will be rejected. Students who have lived in California for less than two years will be required to present documentation of both their physical presence in California for one year and a day prior to the first day of the term and of their intent to make California their home. Non-residents of California will be required to pay the non-resident tuition fee. For more information about California residency requirements, call the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) , check the Ohlone Web site at or the Office of Admissions and Records at requirements for non-citizens of the united States Students who are not United States citizens must verify their immigration status. for this reason, non-citizens are asked to submit their documents in person at the Office of Admissions and records. Students should be prepared to present a passport, permanent resident card, or other documentation (for example, notice of action or receipt thereof) that will demonstrate their immigration status. This documentation is required every semester. For assistance regarding citizenship and immigration status, please call the Office of Admissions and Records at (510) ; check the Admissions and Records Web site at or the Office of Admissions and Records at Students who are not United States citizens may be considered a California resident for tuition purposes. To qualify, a person must be in a status eligible for residency and must have resided continuously in California for at least one year and one day prior to the first date of the term. Evidence must be provided to indicate that the person intends to make California his/her permanent home. The residence of an unmarried minor is that of the parents or legal guardian. The residence determination date is the day before a term begins for which the person is applying for admission. It is the student s responsibility to clearly demonstrate both physical presence in California and intent to establish California residency. military PerSOnnel Non-resident U.S. military personnel on active duty in California (except those assigned for educational purposes to State supported institutions of higher education) are granted a waiver of non-resident tuition until they are discharged from their military service. Their dependents are granted a waiver as well. Effective July 1, 2015, The Veterans Access to Care Through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act of 2014 directs colleges and universities to charge in-state tuition to all veterans and their families who are receiving GI benefits, regardless of residency. This law also extends to the Post-9/11 GI Bill to dependents of service members killed in action. PrOGrAmS OfferInG SPeCIAl registration Special registration is available for students who qualify for Deaf Studies, Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS), Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS), current or former foster youth, and Veterans. Early registration is important so that students can get the services they need to succeed. DeAf AnD hard-of-hearing STuDenTS: Contact the Deaf Studies Division Counseling Services in Building 6, Room 6106 on the Fremont campus for application, registration, orientation, placement tests, and support services. Contact a counselor at (510) (VP) or DISABleD STuDenTS: Contact DSPS in Building 7, Room 7217 on the Fremont campus or (510) to arrange for registration, in-take appointments, support services, and placement testing. eops STuDenTS: Contact EOPS in Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus or at (510) foster youth (Current or former): Contact the Foster Youth Success Initiation Liaison in Building 7, second floor in the Financial Aid Office on the Fremont campus or at (510) VeTerAnS: Contact Veteran Affairs, Building 7, second floor on the Fremont campus or at (510) OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

17 PlACemenT TeSTInG Summer AnD fall 2015 essential InfOrmATIOn for PlACemenT TeSTInG What are Placement Tests? The Ohlone College placement tests measure language, reading, and math skills. All tests are computerized and not timed. Test results help students and counselors determine which courses best meet each student s academic goals. The placement tests are not pass/fail tests and do not exclude students from admission to Ohlone College. Course placement recommendations are based on multiple criteria including placement test scores, previous courses, high school grades, and other applicable information. Students who believe that their course placement recommendations do not accurately reflect their abilities and skills should see a counselor. STePS for TAKInG PlACemenT TeSTS STeP 1: Submit an application to Ohlone College and obtain an Ohlone College student ID number. Students must submit an application and have received a student ID number before taking placement tests. The application is available online at admissions/howtoenroll.html. STeP 2: Decide if it is necessary to take placement tests. Students need to take placement tests if they plan to do any of the following at Ohlone College: Obtain a certificate or an associate degree. Take an English or math course, except for English Take courses which have English or math prerequisites. Apply to the Registered Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, and Respiratory Therapist programs. These programs have specific testing requirements. Please refer to the Health Sciences and Environmental Studies Division Web page at for more information. Students do not need to take placement tests if they meet any of the following conditions: Have earned an associate degree or higher degree from an accredited U.S. institution. Will enroll in courses for which there are no English or math prerequisites. Have satisfactorily completed appropriate courses from another accredited U.S. college or university. Students need to present official transcripts to the Counseling Department to demonstrate course completion. STeP 3: review important information. A current, valid photo ID (driver s license, school ID, or passport) is required for placement testing. An Ohlone College student ID number is required for placement testing. Testing is offered free of charge. The placement process will take approximately two hours to complete both English and math. Students taking only one test (English or math) will finish earlier. See additional notes on page 17 regarding the English as a Second Language (ESL) Placement Test. No word translators, calculators, dictionaries, or other study aids are allowed during the test. The Placement Testing Center (Building 7, second floor, Room 7205 on the Fremont campus) can accommodate 30 students at one time. Space is limited; therefore, students are required to make reservations for all placement tests by using the online reservation system at vation.html/. Reservations can also be changed and canceled online. Students must know their Ohlone College student ID number and have a valid address to make a reservation. STeP 4: Determine when the tests can be taken. Students should plan to take the placement test at the earliest possible date. Test sessions closer to the beginning of each term are usually more crowded. Please go to the Placement Testing Center Web site at for testing dates. Any changes and additions to the Placement Testing Center s hours will be posted online. STeP 5: review sample questions. Study guides for the English, math, chemistry, and ESL placement tests are available online at studyguides.html/. Special assistance is available to students who have a disability or require special accommodations. for more information please contact the Placement Testing Center at (510) or visit the Placement Testing Center in Building 7, second floor, room 7205, fremont campus. PlACemenT TeSTInG Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 15

18 PlACemenT TeSTInG Summer AnD fall 2015 (continued) retest Policy Students may retake the English and/or Math Placement Tests one time within a one-year period. Students must wait a minimum of 21 days from their initial test date and then they may attend any regularly scheduled test session. For example, a student takes the Math Placement Test on May 2 but is not satisfied with the results. The student may take the Math Placement Test for the third and last time on or after May 23. The student would then be ineligible to take the Math Placement Test any more times until May 23 of the following year. Students may take the English as a Second Language (ESL) and Chemistry tests once per Fall or Spring Semester. Students with special circumstances may submit a petition to the Dean, Counseling to request a retest earlier than the above guidelines. Chemistry Placement Test The prerequisite for CHEM-101A is MATH-152 and CHEM-102 or a passing score on the Chemistry Placement Test. Chemistry testing dates for CHEM-102 will be determined. Please refer to for updates. Deaf Student Testing Deaf students: Please contact the Deaf Studies Counseling Office at (510) (VP) or (510) (voice) for test dates and times. The Deaf Studies Counseling Office is located in Building 6, Room 6106 on the Fremont campus. esl Testing Students for whom English is a second language should refer to page 17 for instructions on ESL placement testing. Pre-rn, PTA, and rt Applicants Applicants to the Registered Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant, and Respiratory Therapist programs have specific testing requirements. Please refer to the Health Sciences and Environmental Studies Division Web page at healthsciences/ for more information. PlACemenT TeSTInG CenTer hours for english AnD math PlACemenT TeSTS The Placement Testing Center is open when the English and Math tests are scheduled. Please go to placement/schedules.html for the testing schedule. The Placement Testing Center is located on the Fremont campus in Building 7, second floor, Room Please refer to the Placement Testing Center at placement/ for placement testing dates for Summer and Fall The Placement Testing Center is closed on Ohlone College holidays. PlACemenT TeSTInG When does my class start? All 6-week Summer classes have a start date of June 15, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, PSY has dates of 6/15/15-7/23/15, although the class meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, June 16 not Monday, June 15, because this class does not meet on Mondays. All full-term (16-week) Fall classes have a start date of August 25, even if the class does not meet on Mondays. For example, ENGL-101A-01 has dates of 8/31/15-12/18/15, although the class meets only on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The first meeting for this class will be on Tuesday, September 1 not Monday, August 31, because this class does not meet on Mondays. 16 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

19 english AS A SeCOnD language (esl) PlACemenT TeSTInG Summer AnD fall 2015 Before taking any placement tests, students need to submit an application to Ohlone College and obtain an Ohlone College student ID number. The application can be found online at or in the center of this Class Schedule. Students who have determined that they need to take the ESL Placement Test should read and follow the directions below. Students must bring an Ohlone College student ID number. Students must bring a current, valid photo ID (driver s license, school ID, or passport). Testing is offered free of charge. Students should plan to take the tests as early as possible because seating is limited. ESL placement testing includes an orientation. Students are expected to complete the entire placement process in one placement session. The entire testing process will take approximately 4½ hours to complete. Students are expected to stay for the entire process. No word translators, dictionaries, or other study aids are allowed during the test. Students should meet outside the specified room at least 15 minutes before the test. Late students are not admitted. Re-testing is generally allowed one semester after the initial testing. Math tests are not offered during ESL testing. Students who need to take a math test should refer to the Placement Testing Center Web site at The ESL placement test includes writing an essay on an assigned topic, a listening comprehension test, and a reading and grammar test. Students are encouraged to bring snacks to eat during the break. Summer AnD fall 2015 esl PlACemenT TeSTInG DATeS ESL placement testing dates will be determined later. Please refer to the Placement Testing Center Web site at for updates. Space is limited; therefore, students must make reservations for the ESL placement test using the online reservation system at Reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations can also be changed or cancelled online. Students can only reserve one ESL placement test per semester. Students must know their Ohlone College student ID number and have a valid address to make a reservation. Did you know??? Ohlone offers more than 175 associate degrees and certificates! For students whose first language is not English, Ohlone College offers the English as a Second Language (ESL) Placement Test. This test may be a more appropriate measure of non-english speakers English writing skills. Atencion estudiantes que piensen tomar clases aqui en Ohlone. Si el Inglés no es su primer idioma, se les recomienda que tomen el examen Inglés Como Segundo Idioma (ESL). PlACemenT TeSTInG Summer/fAll 2015 OhlOne COlleGe 17

20 new STuDenT OrIenTATIOn OrIenTATIOn Orientation is an important first step in each student s successful partnership with Ohlone College to develop and realize educational goals. Orientation is designed to familiarize new students with the programs, services, and academic opportunities available to them. Who is required to Complete Orientation? Orientation is not required for Summer enrollment. All new students are required to satisfy the orientation requirement prior to registering for Fall or Spring Semesters, except those who meet one of these exemption criteria: 1. have earned a college degree (associate degree or higher). 2. are enrolled in Kindergarten-12th grade while taking Ohlone College courses. 3. are enrolling solely to take a course legally mandated for employment or necessary to meet changed industry or licensure standards. 4. are enrolling for a reason other than career development or advancement; transfer; earning a degree or certificate; or completing a basic skills or ESL course sequence. Students in Category 1 or 2 are automatically exempted as long as the degree information is included on the application. Students who believe they qualify under Category 3 or 4 should send an to stating how they meet the exception and providing documentation that supports the request. Students will then be cleared from the New Student Orientation requirement. It is highly recommended that former and orientation-exempt students meet with a drop-in counselor. For more information regarding drop-in counseling visit dropin/. For more information about Orientation (including exemptions) please go to What Information is Provided at Orientation? Ohlone resources and services Study skills and other strategies for college success Math and English placement test results One-on-one advising with an Ohlone College counselor Creation of an individual class schedule and registration for classes Students rights and responsibilities Associate degree and transfer requirements Contact Information or (510) new Student Orientation Schedule Students are required to arrive on time for Orientation and plan to attend the entire three hour session, during which students will meet with a counselor and register for classes. Please check the Orientation Web site at orientation/ to see a schedule of upcoming Orientations and to reserve a seat. Students can reserve a seat up to 30 days prior to an orientation, however, due to limited class availability students should attend the soonest Orientation possible. ESL students: English as a Second Language Orientations are included with ESL placement testing. Please see the information on page 17. What is a Hybrid Class? Hybrid classes are online classes that also have at least one class meeting in person. Look for the icon in the class listings of this schedule. 18 OhlOne COlleGe Summer/fAll 2015

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