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1 KCC Mission Klamath Community College provides accessible, quality education and services in response to the diverse needs of the student, business, and community. The college supports student success in workforce training, academic transfer, foundational skills development, and community education. Core Themes 1. Student Success 2. Workforce Training 3. Academic Transfer Accreditation Klamath Community College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Klamath Community College - Catalog

2 Klamath Community College Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Policy It shall be the policy of the Klamath Community College District to affirm the rights of all individuals to equal education, activities, facilities, and employment without regard to age, sex, disability, national origin, race, marital status, religion, or sexual orientation in accordance with federal and state laws. Klamath Community College complies with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and any amendments thereto. Inquiries or grievances concerning the application of these laws and regulations to the College may be directed to the Klamath Community College s Vice President of Human Resources and Institutional Effectiveness at 7390 South 6th St., Klamath Falls, OR or at ; or to the Director, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Washington D.C Accommodations If a person with a disability needs assistance in order to attend or participate in a College event or meeting, please notify the Disability Specialist at within 72 hours of the meeting. Changes in Catalog Content The information in this catalog was accurate as of the publication date. Since this is, in effect, a living document, it is subject to change as the college grows. Any additions, deletions or corrections that may occur after its publication are part of a normal change process. Therefore, KCC encourages students to visit its website regularly for the most current information in any chosen field at Students may also contact KCC at with specific questions, or for clarification about programs, policies, procedures, or other information in this catalog. 2 Klamath Community College - Catalog

3 Table of Contents Non-Discrimination Policy 2 Academic Calendar 5 Degrees and Certificates 7 Admissions and Registration 10 Academic and Student Services 13 Tuition and Fees 18 Financial Aid 21 Learning Resources Center 27 Community and Workforce Education 28 Policies and Procedures 30 Degree and Certificate Programs 33 Course Descriptions 101 Electives 163 KCC Board of Education, Administration and Faculty 164 Campus and Building Maps 167 Klamath Community College - Catalog

4 President s WElcome Dear Students, It is my pleasure to welcome you to Klamath Community College for the academic year. At KCC, student success is our first commitment. This commitment is illustrated through the college s mission and core themes, which highlight our promise to support student success through workforce training, academic transfer, foundational skills development and community education. Dr. Roberto Gutierrez President, Klamath Community College Additionally, we endeavor to provide a safe and stimulating environment in which you can gain a high high-quality education while experiencing personal growth. This catalog is your personal guidebook to Klamath Community College and all that we offer. Please take some time to familiarize yourself with it and do not hesitate to ask a faculty or staff member at KCC if you have any questions or concerns. We are all here to help and to ensure that your experience at KCC is a positive and memorable one. Your success is our success! You have entered Klamath Community College at an exciting time as new programs and new initiatives have expanded our academic offerings while making it easier than ever to fit college classes into your life. Details on new programs, courses and modes of delivery can be found within this catalog. On behalf of the entire Klamath Community College community, I want to welcome you to KCC. I hope you enjoy your time here, and I look forward to meeting you. Sincerely, Dr. Roberto Gutierrez President, Klamath Community College 4 Klamath Community College - Catalog

5 Academic Calendar Term Summer Fall Winter Spring Summer (tentative) Begin Registration for May 6 May 20 November 12 March 3 May 5 Current Students Monday Monday Tuesday Monday Monday Low Enrollment Class September 23 December 30 March 24 Cancellations Monday Monday Monday Fall 2014 May 19 New Student Saturday/Monday Saturday/Wednesday Saturday Saturday May TBD Orientation/Registration May 11 & 13 July 13 & 17 December 7 February 22 August 3 & 7 Wednesday/Thursday Monday Monday Monday June 19 & 20 Monday/Thursday December 30 March 24 June 16 September 9 & 12 September 23 & 26 Classes Begin June 24 September 30 January 6 March 31 June 23 Monday Monday Monday Monday Monday Last day to Drop a Class June 28 October 4 January 10 April 4 June 27 for a Full Refund and Last Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Day to Add a Class Holidays and Independence Day Veterans Day Martin Luther Memorial Day Independence Day Session Breaks July 4 November 11 King, Jr. Day May 26 July 4 Thursday Monday January 20 Monday Friday Monday Thanksgiving November Presidents Day Thursday-Friday February 17 Monday Spring Break March Monday-Friday Last Day to Withdraw August 2 November 22 February 28 May 23 August 1 with a W Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Final Exams August December 9-13 March June 9-13 August Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Monday-Friday Last Day of Term August 23 December 13 March 21 June 13 August 22 Friday Friday Friday Friday Friday Commencement June 13 Friday Klamath Community College - Catalog

6 Klamath Community College History On May 21, 1996, the voters of Klamath County overwhelmingly approved formation of the Klamath Community College Service District with a 79 percent affirmative vote. In addition, they agreed to establish a $3.5 million tax base to operate the district. On July 1, 1996, Klamath Community College joined Oregon s largest education network. There are now 17 Oregon community colleges. Initially, KCC contracted with Rogue Community College for educational services. During the first year of operation, KCC offered three oneyear certificates to students: Business Assistant, Computer Software Specialist and Criminal Justice. At the same time, KCC contracted with Oregon Institute of Technology to provide general education courses, student health services, and library services. Classes were conducted in facilities rented from the Klamath County School District and Klamath Falls City Schools. During its first year of operation, Klamath Community College provided services to approximately 3,000 students. In July 1997, KCC contracted with Portland Community College for educational services. The Klamath Community College Board of Education appointed Wesley R. Channell, Ph.D. as the College s first permanent president on August 1, In December 1997, the Oregon State Board of Education approved the Charter for Klamath Community College and in January 1998, authorized the Klamath Community College Board of Education to award degrees and certificates. In April 1998, the curriculum in KCC s first catalog was approved by the Oregon State Board of Education and Portland Community College. That same month, KCC submitted its Application for Initial Candidacy to the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges (NASC), now known as the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), the accrediting agency for the region, and began its one-year self-study process. On November 10, 1999, Klamath Community College received initial candidacy for regional accreditation at the associate degree level. At its January 2005 meeting, the NWCCU granted initial accreditation effective September 1, Accreditation was reaffirmed in While KCC was advancing its bid for accreditation, it was also working on finding a permanent home. In September 1999, President Channell announced the purchase of 57 acres, which included two buildings that would become the first permanent home of Klamath Community College. The buildings were redesigned and renovated and on March 27, 2000, KCC students attended their first day of classes on the new campus. Additional buildings were completed in Fall 2002 to provide eight additional classrooms, computer labs, a new Learning Resources Center, food service and student study areas. In the spring of 2004, the Klamath Community College Board of Education accepted President Channell s retirement and appointed Vice President Fredrick Smith as president on May 1, Dr. Smith resigned his position on August 1, Gerald Hamilton was then appointed as Interim President on September 1, 2007 and then President on February 26, As part of its ongoing effort to meet ever-changing community needs, Klamath Community College added two new buildings in 2010 a 30,000 square foot structure that is home to classes in health and science, including a new program in Practical Nursing, and a 16,000 square foot building that is home to career technical education, including new programs in Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology and Construction Management. These buildings nearly doubled the square footage of facilities on campus and provided students with exciting new programs and state-of-the-art labs. The Klamath Community College bookstore opened Fall 2011, giving students the convenience of purchasing their textbooks and supplies on campus. In addition to the two new classroom buildings and the bookstore, KCC also saw construction of an athletic field on campus as well as a trail connecting KCC to the OC&E Woods Line State Trail. In the spring of 2012, Dr. Roberto Gutierrez was selected by the Board of Education to replace President Hamilton following his retirement. Dr. Gutierrez became KCC s fourth president in July Klamath Community College - Catalog

7 Associate Degrees Two-Year Programs Associate degree programs have requirements in general education as well as the selected major field of study. Candidates for a degree must fulfill all requirements listed in the degree program. Associate of General Studies (AGS) This degree is designed for those students wishing to acquire a broad education rather than pursuing a specific college major or professional/technical program. Associate of Science (AS) This degree is designed for students planning to transfer to a bachelor s degree program to pursue careers in science or healthrelated programs. Associate of Arts, Oregon Transfer (AA-OT) This degree provides an opportunity for students to complete lower division (freshman and sophomore) bachelor s degree requirements at KCC. Students who earn an AA-OT have met the lower division general education requirements at any of the fouryear colleges in the Oregon University System. Associate of Applied Science (AAS) This degree is for students who are preparing for entry level employment in a career oriented program of study or upgrading skills for a specific occupation. This degree is not intended as a transfer degree, however courses are considered for transfer on an individual basis by the four-year college or university. AAS degrees are listed below: Accounting Administrative Office Professional Agriculture Science Automotive Technology Business Administration Emphasis - Business Management - Marketing Criminal Justice Culinary Arts Food Service Management Diesel Technology Education Emphasis - Early Childhood Educator - Paraeducator Health Services Emphasis - Health Information Management Natural Resource Systems Emphasis - Agricultural Business - Environmental Science Technical Studies Distance Education In response to the diverse needs of the student, business, and community; KCC offers online classes and degree programs. Classes are offered in a variety of delivery modes and students can obtain a degree without coming to campus. For more information contact the Distance Education Coordinator at Online Degrees Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Business Management Distance Education Course Delivery Modes Online: Online courses using web-based tools with all instruction and interaction performed online. Proctored exams may be required. Hybrid: Hybrid courses are a combination of on-campus and online course delivery. They are usually web-based courses with an on-campus requirement. Live Interactive Courses: In these courses, students may attend remotely via videoconferencing from a specified off-campus location. Klamath Community College - Catalog

8 Certificate Programs Certificates One-Year programs Certificate programs are offered for those students seeking coursework for entry into a job. Certificates can be used to transition to an Associate of Applied Science degree of the same type at KCC. Certificates are available in a number of different academic areas. Candidates for a certificate must fulfill all requirements listed in the certificate program. One-year certificates may serve as a fast track leading to entry level employment or a ladder to the AAS Degree Program. Generally, certificates can be earned in one year of full-time study. If you attend part-time, take developmental education courses or change majors, completion of your chosen program may take longer than one year. Accounting Addiction Studies Administrative Office Professional Business Administration - Business Management - Marketing and Sales - Web Design for Marketing Criminal Justice Early Childhood Educator Health Services - Emergency Medical Technician Paraeducator Practical Nursing Technical Studies Welding Career Pathway / Statewide Certificates KCC offers Less-Than-One-Year Certificates of Completion. These certificates can help students get started on a career path or advance in an occupation. This may be the first certificate a student earns while pursuing a program of greater length. Generally these certificates can be earned in less than one year of full-time study. For students who attend part-time, take developmental education courses or change programs, completion of the certificate may take longer. Addiction Studies (22 credits) Automotive Technician - Electrical/ Electronic Specialist (12 credits) Diesel Technician - Electrical/Electronic Specialist (12 credits) Early Childhood Education (17 credits) Income Tax Preparation (15 credits) Office Support Specialist (2) Retail Management (3) Web Design Specialist (20 credits) 8 Klamath Community College - Catalog

9 Vice President s Welcome Letter Dear Current and Prospective Students, Hello and welcome to the Division of Student Services at Klamath Community College! Julie Murray-Jensen VP of Student Services Student Services is a group of individuals and departments entirely focused on student success. Whether you are an individual interested in becoming a student, or a soon-to-be college graduate, our staff is committed to providing you the best possible service and pathways to facilitate your success. Are you a prospective student interested in finding out more about KCC our academic programs, student life, how to get started, etc. -? Check out the Office of ADMISSIONS in this catalog and in Building 3 on campus. We re excited to help you get started! Ready to become a student? Come complete an admissions application and sign up for Orientation in STUDENT SERVICES. The staff in this department also helps students register, connect with their Web account, receive academic advising, and answer about any question a current student has! See information in this catalog or in Building 3 on campus. Are you a current student that wants to get involved? Interested in learning leadership skills? Need a campus job? Check out the STUDENT LIFE Center in this catalog or in Building 4 on campus. Student leadership is alive and well at KCC and we welcome you to make your mark. Are you interested in learning more about financial aid? Need information on how to get started on your FAFSA or how to avoid taking on too much debt? Make an appointment with a representative in the FINANCIAL AID Office in Building 3. Or check out the information in this catalog to get started. Keep in mind, financial aid processing can take up to 12 weeks to complete. Start early to ensure your success! Do you want extra help to succeed in College? Are you a first generation college student and/or low income? If so, you may qualify for the TRiO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES program! TRiO is an incredible program that gives eligible students special tutoring, workshops, college visits, cultural exposure and just generally great support. To find out more about TRiO, check out this catalog or visit the TRiO Office on campus located in Building 4. Did you transfer from another college? Have credits from somewhere else? Interested in knowing how your prior academic/work experience transfers here? Just contact our KCC REGISTRAR for more information. You will find information from the Registrar throughout this catalog, but this office can also be found in Building 3 on campus. The staff in in the Division of Student Services welcomes you to the College and wishes you a transformative academic and personal experience during your time here. KCC is a magical place filled with deeply committed individuals staff, faculty, and student leaders and we re very pleased that you are or may become a part of us. Best wishes for an incredible year! Julie Murray-Jensen Vice President of Student Services Klamath Community College - Catalog

10 Admissions and Registration High School Completion Klamath Adult Learning Center (KALC) provides educational opportunities for people over 16 years of age who are not currently enrolled in a secondary school and who may not hold a high school diploma. KALC provides education programs in Adult Basic Education (ABE), General Equivalency Diplomas (GED) in both English and Spanish, and English as a Second Language (ESL). Services are available that enable students to: Improve general academic competency. Become aware of career opportunities. Achieve the general educational development high school equivalency diploma. Obtain naturalization papers through citizenship training. Learn to speak, read and write English as a Second Language. Receive testing to determine individual academic strengths and weaknesses. For more information, contact KALC at High School Dual Credit Klamath Community College, in partnership with local high schools, offers a state-approved, dual-credit program. Students can earn college credit for competencies mastered in certain high school courses and receive high school and college credits at the same time. The Dual Credit program works closely with high school administrators and teachers to identify lower division academic and entry level professional technical courses that match programs offered at Klamath Community College. Courses are articulated and students take college-level courses taught by approved teachers in their high school. Not all articulated courses are available at every school. Courses are recorded on a KCC transcript in the same manner as regularly enrolled college students and may be used toward a degree or certificate program at KCC or may be transferred to other colleges. Classes are usually limited to seniors and qualified juniors. Exceptions may be made if it is determined that a student meets the established prerequisites for each particular course. The following criteria must be met: 1. Courses for which students seek enrollment are articulated and taught by an approved teacher. Students are encouraged to contact their local high school to check on course and instructor availability. 2. Students meet the admissions requirements (prerequisite skills/aptitudes) for the courses and have the high school teacher s approval to take the course. 3. Students submit a completed KCC dual credit registration form to their teacher by established deadlines. 4. Students complete the course requirements and meet the stated outcomes as detailed in the KCC course syllabus. Dual Credit allows students to: Earn college credits at no cost while still in high school Get a head start on college coursework Reduce the amount of time spent on earning a career, technical certificate or college degree Document educational achievement Admission and registration process: Complete the application-registration form in the high school class Contact high school counselor or class instructor Small Business Development KCC works to provide small business assistance for the district. The Small Business Development Center provides counseling services and training to small businesses in the district. For more information, contact KCC s Workforce Education Department at International Students Currently, KCC is not authorized by the Immigration and Naturalization Service to issue I-20 documentation. International students interested in attending KCC must meet with the Vice President for Student Services. Call for an appointment. Klamath Community College coordinates programs with many local high schools. A list of current Dual Credit classes are available at each high school, by calling KCC s High School Outreach Coordinator at , or visiting the website at 10 Klamath Community College - Catalog

11 Admissions and Registration Admissions To be admitted to KCC credit programs, a student must meet at least one of the following entrance requirements: 1. Graduation from a regionally accredited secondary high school having met all requirements for a full high school diploma. Modified diplomas are not accepted. 2. A GED, Certificate of Equivalency or an Adult High School Diploma. 3. A non-high school graduate, 18 years old or older, who has achieved acceptable scores on the placement test. 4. An individual 16 or 17 years old who is not required to attend high school and who furnishes a written release from compulsory school attendance. This special student status (ORS ) requires an interview with Student Services. 5. A high school student who has met special student admissions requirements: a completed high school referral form, acceptable scores on placement testing, and an admissions interview with a Student Success Representative. Note: some programs may have additional admissions requirements. See specific programs for details. New Students Complete an admissions form and sign up for New Student Orientation with Student Services in building three. Application Process Complete the admissions application. Provide official transcripts from all previous post-secondary education, if applicable. Placement Test Students must take the COMPASS placement test, and/or provide a transcript of math and writing courses successfully completed within the last 7 years. Placement tests will be provided as part of New Student Orientation. When a beginning student applies for admission, the college provides a placement test for the following reasons: Degree or certificate seeking Enrolling in more than 6 credits Enrolling in a math, writing or language skills course Enrolling in a class with a prerequisite of math, writing or language skills Entry into a program requiring math, writing or language skills assessment Assessments are for placement purposes and determine the ability to benefit from instruction. Students are placed in the level of math, writing, or language skills where they demonstrate the greatest potential for success. Placement tests are given at New Student Orientation unless otherwise directed by Student Services. Disability-related accommodations for placement tests are available on a caseby-case basis by contacting the Disability Coordinator at Ability to Benefit To be admitted in classes, a prospective student must demonstrate an ability to benefit from the instruction. The ability to benefit from instruction is defined as the ability to achieve the skill level or knowledge to apply the subject matter in an academic or practical situation. The college reserves the right to independently ascertain if a person can benefit from instruction. If the college determines the person cannot benefit from the instruction and the person has enrolled at the college, the college will administratively drop the student and refund the student s tuition and fees. Registration for Classes Attend New Student Orientation Pay tuition and fees by the first day of the term. Complete financial aid file or provide documentation to the business office of third party payment. For non financial aid and third party payees, pay tuition and fees by the first day of the term. New Student Orientation New Student Orientation is an introduction to KCC and is scheduled prior to each term. Orientation/Registration is a mandatory two day session which includes an overview of college resources, tips for success, financial aid information, placement exam, building and registering for classes, and an opportunity to connect with college staff and academic advisors, as well as other students on campus. All credit students planning to enroll in a degree, certificate or diploma program, and are new to KCC are required to attend one of the orientation/registration sessions prior to the start of their first term. Call the Student Life Coordinator at for more information. College Survival and Success The College Survival and Success (CGS 100) course assists all new college students to acquire essential skills needed for academic success. Specifically, students will be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of KCC resources, promote the understanding of college policies and procedures, help students identify and explain their own personal strengths and weaknesses in learning, and require students to demonstrate effective college study strategies. Overall, the purpose of this course is to provide a student with the opportunity to learn and practice methods that promote success in college life. Academic Advising Mandatory academic advising is required for all students seeking a certificate or degree. Advisors are available for students seeking certificates and degrees from KCC, and it is critical that students meet with an advisor to assist in their course planning. Advisors can also answer questions regarding occupations in fields related to the program. KCC encourages students to seek volunteer or Klamath Community College - Catalog

12 Admissions and Registration paid employment experiences in their field of interest to clarify career decisions. KCC provides access to occupational and career information, using both paper and electronic resources. Students planning to transfer to another college should begin planning early to identify appropriate transfer courses. Resources to assist with academic planning and decision making include college catalogs from other colleges, on-line resources at the transfer college and transfer advisors at that college or university. Continuing Students Returning students may access student records and receive other services on the KCC website at These services include online registration, degree audit, degree plan and financial aid award/disbursal information. It is required that all students meet with an Academic Advisor or a Student Success Representative regarding academic planning. Occupational Preparatory Instruction The changing and increasing technical nature of work in business and industry calls for a greater diversity of high-level skills. KCC offers a number of certificates and degree programs for direct entry into occupations which require greater than high school skills, yet do not require a bachelor s degree. It is recommended that students have the basic skills before entering into occupational preparatory instruction. For more information contact KCC s Student Services or the lead faculty member in the program of interest. Transferring Credits Students planning to transfer to another community college or four-year college/university are encouraged to contact the college/university to which they plan to transfer to ensure a smooth transition. Depending on the student s program, the student transferring to a four-year college or university may be able to transfer an entire degree. Whether transferring to a community college or four-year university, the student may transfer at any point while enrolled at KCC. Some career-technical programs offered by KCC include courses which may be transferred. Consult a Student Success Advisor or an Academic Advisor for more specific information. Transferring to KCC Students transferring to KCC from another college or university may request the placement test be waived upon evaluation of prior post secondary transcripts if the student has completed both college level writing and mathematics series of courses. Transfer Credit Acceptance/ Application Students interested in transferring credits to KCC from another institution must be aware of the following policies: Credits are accepted only from regionally accredited colleges and universities, or as listed below. An official transcript listing the credits must be sent to KCC s Student Services. Once the transcript is received, it will not be released to a non-contracted third party, including other institutions. Credits older than seven years are not accepted for application toward degree requirements unless requested by the student. If requested and if there is a question on class content changing from when completed, the course(s) will be reviewed by the individual department for transferability. A grade of D is not accepted in transfer work if the specific program or degree requires a grade of C or better. Only credits which carry transfer credit to other state colleges and universities in Oregon will be accepted for the AA-OT degree. Credit for military training is granted on the basis of recommendations by the American Council on Education (ACE) as explained in the Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services. KCC accepts credits from the military DANTES and USAFI programs, as recommended by ACE. All military credits are to be listed on a military transcript. Army: Army/ACE Registry System (AARTS) Marines: Individual Training Standards System, Maintenance Training Management and Evaluation Program (ITSS MATMEP) Navy: Navy Occupational/Training and Awards History Credit granted based on acceptable scores for College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and the Advanced Placement (AP) tests. KCC awards credit on a case by case basis for prior learning experience, where credit is granted for life experiences or job skills. A student may seek substitutions in AAS degree or one year certificate programs on the basis of prior academic experience or challenge exams. Contact a Student Success Representative regarding substitutions. Students who have received a bachelor s degree are generally considered to have completed the general education requirements for an associate s degree. Transfer credit does not count for residency purposes. Transfer credit must be deemed appropriately applicable for a student s educational goals as well as the institution s programs. 12 Klamath Community College - Catalog

13 Academic and Student Services Cooperative Work Experience Cooperative Work Experience (CWE) is a program in which students can apply learned theory in a practical, live business setting. CWE is available in all professional-technical curricula. When students have completed the required basic coursework, they and their Academic Advisor will develop a career-related job experience program, earning college credit, and in some cases, wages. For further information, contact the program Academic Advisor. Credit by Exam A maximum of 45 credits toward a degree and 2 toward a certificate program may be earned by: CLEP examination, ACT subject matter examinations, advanced placement tests (score of 3, 4 or 5 required), military schooling (ACE Guide approved) or KCC departmental waiver based on knowledge or training. College Level Examination Program (CLEP) The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) has been instituted by The College Entrance Examination Board. CLEP gives students the opportunity to receive college credit for what they already know by earning qualifying scores on any of the examinations. Students earn credit for knowledge already acquired through independent study, prior course work, on-the-job training, professional development, cultural pursuits or internships. KCC grants credit for certain CLEP general and subject examinations. These examinations must be completed with a satisfactory score and an original copy of test results must be forwarded to the Registrar s Office from the testing service. Information on CLEP course equivalencies and minimum scores may be obtained from the KCC Registrar. CLEP testing is offered on campus at KCC. Call to schedule an exam. Advanced Placement Students who complete college-level work in high school under the Advanced Placement (AP) program must achieve a minimum score of three to be granted credit on their KCC transcript. To receive credit, an original copy of the AP scores must be forwarded to the Registrar s Office from the testing service. AP course equivalencies may be obtained from the KCC Registrar. Students needing to improve their basic reading, writing and computation skills before pursuing collegiate-level instruction can take a variety of college preparatory courses in the basic skill areas. KCC encourages students to improve their basic skills to promote their chances for educational success. Special needs / disability accommodations Reasonable accommodations will be provided upon request if a person has a documented disability. Students may contact the Disabilities Coordinator at for information on disability documentation requirements and available accommodations. TRiO Student Support Services TRiO Student Support Services is a free program targeted to assist low income, first generation, disabled and high risk students succeed in college. This limited entry program offers support services that assist students from their entry into the program through graduation with the emphasis on success. The program assists in transferring students to other colleges as well as offering tutoring, career exploration, academic advising and many other related services. The TRiO Department is located in Building 4. For further information or to request an application please call: Counseling Services KCC provides counseling services to students through Solutions (EAP). Students may get overwhelmed with balancing life and school. Solutions (EAP) can help with test anxiety, school stress home stress, and whatever else may be challenging a student s academic or personal success. Students should call if they would like to utilize counseling services provided through KCC. Developmental Education These courses are designed to provide help in basic language skills, writing, math and study skills in preparation for success in academic programs. Tutorial assistance is available to all students in the Tutoring Center. Klamath Community College - Catalog

14 Academic and Student Services Student Leadership Multiple opportunities are present on the KCC campus for students to become campus leaders: student government, mentoring, joining or forming clubs, and participating in campus events. Participating in student leadership activities helps build connections and support networks on campus, and helps students succeed in their commitment to complete a program or degree. The Associated Students of Klamath Community College (ASKCC) As the student government body on campus, ASKCC s mission is to empower and support students through diverse activities and events, develop student leadership abilities, support student clubs, and communicate with the KCC administration. Students gain valuable leadership skills, develop friendships and establish beneficial contacts with college faculty, staff, and community members. Students may also have the opportunity to attend leadership training workshops and to provide leadership in developing activities for other students on campus. For more information about ASKCC, contact the Student Life Center in person within Building 4 or call at Campus Clubs Campus clubs are organizations run by students, supported by a faculty advisor and ASKCC, where students can get involved, make friends, and participate in activities sponsored by the clubs, as well as campus-wide initiatives and club fairs. Currently recognized clubs: Hispanic Culture Club KCC Christian Fellowship Klamath Collegiate Future Farmers of America (FFA) Pi-Rats, the KCC math club Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), the business club Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the community college honor society Steps for Success The Diversity Club The Gamers Club The Running Club The Science Club The Symphonic Alliance The Veterans Club TRiO Second Mile Club If you have an idea for a club, please contact the office of the Vice President of Student Services at Success Mentor Program The Student Leadership Program (Success Mentors) is a campus-wide endeavor to increase the involvement, academic achievement, leadership opportunities, and employment skills of all KCC students. Success Mentors are students who take an active role in recruiting new and prospective students to KCC, leading new student orientations, advanced diploma events, and other student life initiatives. For more information on how to get involved as a Success Mentor, visit the Student Life Center in Building 4. Job and Career Resources Job opportunities for on-campus, local, state, federal and positions are posted on the Job and Career Board in Building 4, next to room 411. Career workshops covering different aspects of job hunting, from resume writing to interview skills, are offered by the Student Life Center in Building 4. Student participation in institutional governance As members of the college community, students are free to express views on issues of institutional policy and matters of general interest to the student body. Students may participate in formulating and applying policies and procedures affecting academic and student affairs through student leadership, college councils and committees. Freedom of Association Students bring a variety of interests to KCC. Members of the college community may organize and join collegiate associations to promote their common interests, subject to the following considerations: 1. The membership, policies and actions of a student organization typically are determined by the vote of those individuals who hold bona fide membership in the college community. 2. As a condition of institutional recognition, student organizations are required to submit a statement of purpose, criteria for membership and operational procedures to the Vice President of Student Services. 3. Student organizations typically choose their own college advisor, though some may be assigned. Clubs recognized by the college must have an advisor who is a college employee. College staff members serve the college community when they accept the responsibility to advise student organizations and have an obligation to protect the general interests of the college. 4. Student organizations, including those affiliated with an external organization, are open to all students without respect to age, disability, national origin, race, marital status, religion, sexual orientation or gender in accordance with federal and state laws. However, specific organization criteria may limit membership options (e.g., grade point average). 5. Students and student organizations may examine and discuss questions of interest to them and express opinions publicly and privately. They may support causes by orderly means which do not disrupt college operations. At the same time, it should be made clear to the academic and larger community that in their public expressions, students or student organizations speak for themselves and not as representatives of the college or the college community. 14 Klamath Community College - Catalog

15 Academic and Student Services Courses Courses that are necessary to meet program requirements will be delivered in a timely manner. The college exercises the prerogative of choosing the courses to be offered each term. Not all courses will be offered every term. Final course offerings are contingent upon enrollment and staff availability, and are subject to change without prior notification. To avoid delays in meeting program requirements, students are encouraged to enroll in courses which meet specific program requirements as they are offered. This catalog includes the academic programs and courses which are approved for Klamath Community College by the State of Oregon. The college reserves the right to offer programs and courses based on student demand and availability of resources. Course numbers KCC uses the course numbering system found throughout the Oregon University System and other state community colleges. Course numbers are undergraduate transferable courses (often a grade of C or better is required) or professional technical courses. Courses numbered 99 or below are developmental education courses and are not normally transferable to four year institutions. Normally, 200 level are sophomore courses which generally require collegiate reading, writing and/or math skills. Professional-technical courses are generally not designated as transfer courses. However, there are exceptions, and students should consult the advisor and academic department concerned, as well as the transfer institution for transferability of these courses. Credit Hour Load Students should enroll for an average of 15 credit hours per term of collegiate-level coursework to earn an associate degree in two years or a bachelor s degree in four years. An average of 15 credit hours involves approximately 45 clock hours of scholastic productivity each week of the term. Students who work are advised to fit their job schedule into the credit hour equation and anticipate taking more than six terms to complete a two-year educational plan. It may be difficult to carry a full-time academic load while working more than 20 hours per week. To enroll in more than 18 credits per term, students must have a cumulative minimum GPA of 2.75 and written approval from the faculty advisor or a Student Success Representative. By taking advantage of summer term classes, students can reduce the number of credit hours needed per term or the length of time required for attaining their degree. Grading System Final grades are issued at the end of each term. With linked lecture/lab courses, the letter grade is reflected in the lecture grade with the lab assigned a 0 credit. Letter grades are assigned points according to the following system: Grade Definition Points Per Credit A Superior performance 4.0 B Quality performance 3.0 C Competent performance 2.0 D Deficient performance / but passing 1.0 F Failure to meet minimum requirements 0.0 I Incomplete 0.0 P Pass - acceptable performance 0.0 NP Not passing 0.0 NA Not acceptable performance 0.0 R Repeated 0.0 W Withdrawal 0.0 AUD Audit 0.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) 1. Multiply the number of credit hours earned in a course by the number of points allowed for the grade received. 2. Add the total points for all courses. 3. Divide this total by the number of credit hours carried for the term. GPA is usually computed to two decimal places. Pass/No Pass Option P signifies a passing grade was earned ( C grade or better). Qualifying credits count toward degrees and certificates, but are not computed in the GPA. Course graded options are outlined in the course syllabus. Incomplete If a student has completed a majority of the assigned coursework at a satisfactory level of quality but some essential course requirement has not been completed (for reasons acceptable to the instructor), a report of Incomplete (I) may be given and additional time granted for completion. Students must initiate the incomplete grade contract process, except in emergency cases. The form must be filled out and signed by both the student and the instructor, but only the instructor may submit the form to Student Services. Because a substantial amount of completed coursework is required for I eligibility, a course repeat is not a legitimate make-up assignment and will not be accepted by Student Services. Klamath Community College - Catalog

16 Academic and Student Services Course requirements must be completed within a maximum of one term after the end of the term for which the I grade is received. Upon completion of course requirements, the instructor will assign a grade using the change of grade form. This form is to be obtained from and returned by the instructor to the Vice President for Learning Services. If the course requirements are not completed after one term, the grade becomes an F on the transcript unless the course is repeated. An I does not entitle a student to repeat a course without paying tuition. A grade of W, I, or F does not count as successful completion of a class. Klamath Community College will apply the Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards at the completion of the term after grades are posted. Grade Discrepancies Students must bring any grade discrepancy to the attention of the Vice President for Academic Affairs within 60 days after grades are posted. Veterans Services KCC s Veterans Representative provides general information on the different types of education benefits available to veterans and their eligible dependents and certifies the student s enrollment with the Veterans Administration. To apply for Veterans educational benefits go to Recipients of VA benefits must maintain satisfactory academic progress toward their educational goal. Veterans must abide by VA regulations regarding notification of any change in academic program/major, change in course registration, course withdrawal, and transfer credits from other institutions. Failure to notify the Veterans Administration may result in a loss of benefits. For information regarding benefits and/or payment problems, please call the VA education line at Eligibility Requirements: Students may establish eligibility for full-time veterans benefits by taking 12 or more credits, three-quarter time benefits with 9 to 11 credits, or half-time benefits with 6 to 8 credits. If the student attends less than half-time, only tuition benefits are available. Students taking GED or high school equivalency courses must attend class 18 or more hours per week to be considered fulltime. If students are veterans or other military personnel, they should check with Student Services regarding procedures for acceptance of military credits. Students must provide documents verifying prior education and military service. Eligibility for benefits and monthly payments are processed by the Veterans Administration Educational Office in Muskogee, OK. After certification by the college, VA students must: 1. Maintain satisfactory academic progress. 2. Enroll only in courses that apply to their degree or certificate program. Enrollment in classes that do not apply toward degree or certificate completion will make the student liable for overpayments from the VA. 3. Complete at least the minimum hours for which they were certified. Overpayments will occur if they enroll in, but do not complete, the credits for which they were certified. 4. Inform the VA office immediately of changes in schedule, address or dependents, as it takes up to six weeks to process the changes. 5. Chapter 30 recipients must certify their college attendance monthly with the VA office (on the VA Electronic System). Students receiving veterans benefits that are enrolled at least three-quarter time (9 to 11 credits) or more may be eligible to apply for Work Study at a VA Medical Center or with the Oregon State Employment Division. The KCC Veterans Representative in located in Building 3 and can be reached at Klamath Community College - Catalog

17 Academic and Student Services Military Deployment Any student with orders to report for active military duty may withdraw at any time during the term and receive a full refund on tuition and fees. If sufficient course work has been accomplished and the instructor feels justified in granting credit for the course work completed, credit may be granted and no refund will be given. In some cases an Incomplete grade may be granted according to KCC policy. The student needs to initiate the process by contacting Student Services or the Veteran s Representative and provide a copy of the official military orders. The student needs to contact Student Services to obtain the appropriate form to request a withdrawal and/or grade for each class. A copy of official military orders must accompany the documentation; otherwise, no action will be taken and the student is responsible for all grades and debt to the college. Upon return of the completed form to Student Services or the Veteran s Representative, the Registrar s Office will consult with Financial Aid and the Business office to determine whether a student will be fully dropped showing no record for the term or enter the appropriate grade (A-F, W, I) for each class and possible refund to the student. Graduation Requirements Graduation and Degree Audit Students should petition for graduation at least two terms prior to the anticipated graduation date. Prior to filing an application, students need to review a current degree audit and academic plan for completion of coursework with their Academic Advisor. This will verify whether or not the student will meet the requirements for the chosen program. They must obtain a Petition to Graduate form and return the completed form to a Student Success Representative. Students expecting to graduate after spring term should apply in January, but no later than the published date on the yearly academic calendar. Any changes in program or course substitutions must be completed with a Student Success Representative or an Academic Advisor. Students earning a degree and/or certificate must petition within one year of completing applicable course work in order to participate in commencement. Current students may conduct a degree audit via the KCC website. 1. Go to the KCC home page at and log into MyKCC. 2. Select Degree Audit, Student Audit Sheet. The degree audit can provide information on which classes are needed to complete a chosen degree. 3. Use in combination with the KCC class schedule (also on the Web), the college catalog and degree requirements to help plan degree completion. Commencement ceremonies are held at the end of spring term each year. Information regarding graduation ceremony activities can be obtained on the KCC website. Students interested in participating need to submit a completed RSVP form. Note: KCC reserves the right to award a certificate or degree without a Petition to Graduate being filed. Additional Degree or Certificate Students seeking an additional degree from KCC must complete the requirements of the degree or certificate to qualify. Students need to submit a Petition to Graduate. Residency Requirements for a Degree or Certificate For all associate degrees, 2 toward degree completion must be earned at Klamath Community College. For all one year or less than one year certificate programs, 12 credits towards the certificate must be earned at KCC. Opt Out KCC reserves the right to grant associate degrees, one-year certificates, and less than one year certificates when a student has completed necessary credits, regardless of whether the student applied to receive the degree/certificate or whether the student earned the credits for the degree at Klamath Community College or a state institution of higher education. The student will be notified in writing that he or she has received the degree or certificate and will be given the opportunity to request that the degree or certificate not be awarded. If the student has any indebtedness to the college, the diploma is withheld. Klamath Community College - Catalog

18 Tuition and Fees Tuition Tuition is based upon student classification. Tuition for non-credit classes varies. Non-credit classes and their corresponding fees are published in the class schedule each term. Upon registering for a class, students incur a financial responsibility to the college. Class tuition and fees are due before the first meeting of the course. Because tuition rates, fees and refunds are subject to change, current information is published in the class schedule each term. Tuition for auditing a course is the same as regular credit class enrollment. Tuition and fees are established by the KCC Board of Education and are subject to change without notice. Type of tuition Price per credit In-State $83.00 plus applicable fees An American citizen, legal immigrant, or permanent resident who has established and maintained residency in Oregon at least 90 days prior to the first day of class. Residents of California, Idaho, Nevada, and Washington are included in the in-state tuition rate. Out-of-State $ plus applicable fees An American citizen, immigrant, or permanent resident who has not established residency in Oregon 90 days prior to the first day of class, or is not a resident of the states included in the in-state tuition category. International $ plus applicable fees A citizen of another country legally residing in the United States on other than an immigrant visa. Senior Citizens Oregon residents 65 years of age and older are eligible for a tuition waiver for Klamath Community College credit classes based on the following conditions: The student must have a current term application on file in order to register. The admissions application deadline is the Wednesday before the term begins. (Under certain circumstances, Klamath Community College may close admission prior to this deadline. Students are encouraged to apply early.) The student must be 65 years old or older at the time of registration. Verification of age is required. Space is available in the course(s). Students may only add courses under this policy during the first week of the term; instructor permission is required. Tuition waiver does not apply to Workforce Education or Community Education courses. The tuition waiver is valid for eight or fewer credits per term. Course(s) cannot be taken for credit. The student must audit the course(s). Federal Financial Aid is not available for audited courses. The student is responsible for all fees (application fee, student fees, course fees, lab fees, etc). Tuition waiver forms will not be accepted after 5:00 p.m. Friday, the first week of class. Students requesting a tuition waiver must register in person and complete a tuition waiver form (available in Student Services). At the time of tuition waiver form submission, students must show photo identification that includes date of birth. All fees must be paid in full by 5:00 p.m. on the Friday of the first week of the applicable term in order to avoid late payment fees. High School Students Call KCC for details: Fees Type of fee Student I.D. (per term) $5.00 Covers the costs of issuing student identification. This is a non-refundable fee and is charged each academic term. Technology (per credit) $4.00 The technology fee helps in providing the most up-to-date technology services for students. Facility use (per credit) $6.00 This facility use fee helps offset the cost of new campus construction. ASKCC Student Government (per credit) $2.50 Assessed to students in credit courses to pay for events, activities, scholarships, etc. Matriculation (once) $40.00 A one-time fee assessed to all new degree-seeking KCC students. Distance Education (per credit) $15.00 Assessed to students who are taking online classes. 18 Klamath Community College - Catalog

19 Tuition and Fees Additional Fees Late fee $25.00 A late fee will be assessed on student accounts which are past due. This fee may be assessed up to three times during the term. Installment plan $10.00 Assessed to students who participate in the installment plan. Returned check fee $25.00 Assessed on all checks returned to the college for insufficient funds or any other reason. This fee is subject to change on an annual basis. Test charges Testing is done by appointment only. Appointments can be made by calling Other State of Oregon licensing tests are offered. Please call for details. If an individual takes a specific test through KCC, charges are as follows: College Level Examination Program (CLEP) $20.00 COMPASS Test FREE Distance Education Test $20.00 Pesticide Test $20.00 Payments It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that payment is made by the required date, regardless of the financial source. KCC accepts most traditional forms of payment including cash (U.S. dollars only), checks, money orders, MasterCard, VISA, Discover and debit cards. Payments can be made in person to our cashier, online at or send a check by mail, Attn: Cashier, 7390 South 6th Street, Klamath Falls, OR The student s name and student identification number must be clearly identified on all payments. This information will assist the college in properly crediting payments. Third party payment arrangements are made as a courtesy of the business office. Third-party payment authorizations maybe available through agencies or companies, financial aid, scholarships and veterans educational benefits. To avoid a late fee, third party authorizations must be on file by the add/drop deadline. Failure to make timely payments or to make satisfactory payment arrangements by the due date may result in late fees and/or administrative withdrawal from classes. Prior term unpaid balances must be paid in full before registering for another term. Other college services such as grades, transcripts, diplomas, registration privileges or any combination thereof may be withheld if students do not make satisfactory arrangements to meet their financial obligation to the college. KCC and OIT provide concurrent notification to one another of student holds. Payment Responsibility Students who have returned a signed financial aid award letter, have obtained written payment confirmation from a third party or who have appropriate documentation on file in the business office may register for classes without making payment by the first day of class. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the college has received written agency authorization. Please be aware that students are legally responsible for payment if third party payment or other aid payments are not received by the college for any reason. It is important that students keep track of any balances not covered by financial aid or third party payments, and pay them in a timely manner. If these uncovered balances are not paid by the due date, late fees will be applied and administrative withdrawal from classes may occur. If students are receiving financial assistance from sources outside the college, they must work closely with those sources to meet KCC s registration deadlines. Klamath Community College - Catalog

20 Tuition and Fees Installment Plan Two installment plans are available at the cashier s desk for students, depending on the account balance. If the account balance is $275-$549, an arrangement for two equal payments is available. If the account balance is $550 or more, an arrangement for three equal payments is available. Installment agreements must be initiated by the add/drop deadline. There is a fee of $10 for an installment plan. Students who fail to meet the terms of the agreement will be assessed late fees and may be withdrawn from classes. Balances must be paid in full prior to registering for another term. Veterans Payment Plan There is a no charge, two payment plan option available to U.S. veterans attending college on the GI Bill. Payment due dates are timed to match the estimated dates that veterans receive their benefit checks. Forms are available from the KCC cashier, and must be received by the business office by the first day of class. Failure to comply with this agreement may result in late fees and/or administrative withdrawal from classes. Refunds An add/drop form must be completed by the student and processed by Student Services in order for the business office to process refunds. No refunds will be provided for withdrawals made after the drop deadlines (shown below). Credit balances resulting from payments made after a course is dropped by third party sponsors, financial aid or scholarships will be returned to the provider. If the college cancels a class, enrollees are entitled to a full refund of tuition and applicable fees for that class. Students dropping a class will be issued a refund based upon the following criteria: CLASS REFUND DROP LENGTH DEADLINE AMOUNT 8-12 weeks By 1st Friday of the term 100% 2-7 weeks By end of 1st day of classes 100% Less than 2 weeks Prior to 1st class meeting 100% Gift Certificates An individual or business may purchase a gift certificate to be used toward credit or non-credit class tuition and/or fees associated with class attendance. The certificate may be issued in any dollar amount, but it must be used within one year from the date of purchase. Please contact the Business Office at for further information regarding certificate purchases and redemptions. 20 Klamath Community College - Catalog

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