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1 ABOUT THE COLLEGE General Catalog Bulletin of South Plains College Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Programs approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Published by the South Plains College District 1401 S. College Ave. Levelland, Texas Volume 54 1

2 ABOUT THE COLLEGE College Calendar South Plains College s academic calendar for the Levelland Campus, SPC Reese Center and Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center in Lubbock, and the Plainview Extension Center is built around fall and spring semesters, winter and spring interim sessions, and multiple summer sessions. The fall and spring semesters are 16 weeks in length. Summer sessions are five weeks and 10 weeks in length with classes meeting Monday through Thursday. The winter and spring interim sessions are offered in an intensive format for a short period of time between the fall and spring semester breaks; therefore, students are limited to one course per interim. Online registration opens in mid-april for the spring interim session, summer sessions and fall semester, and in mid-november for the winter interim session and spring semester. The college s calendar for is listed below. More detailed semester calendars and registration information can be found on the college s web site at 2 Fall 2014 New Student Orientation Begins, Levelland Campus...June 20 Fall Tuition Payment Due by 3:00 p.m.... Aug. 14 Faculty Reports... Aug. 18 Late Registration at the Byron Martin ATC... Aug. 18 Residence Halls Open at 9:00 a.m., Levelland Campus... Aug. 19 Late Registration at the Plainview Center... Aug. 19 Late Registration at the Reese Center... Aug. 20 Late Registration at the Levelland Campus... Aug. 21 Fall Classes Begin... Aug. 25 Add/Drop/Late Registration - Levelland, Reese, and Plainview...Aug Labor Day Holiday... Sept. 1 12th Class Day... Sept. 10 Fall Break...Oct. 10 Deadline to Apply for December Graduation... Nov. 3 Online Registration Opens at 8:00 a.m. for the 2013 Winter Interim and 2014 Spring Semester... Nov. 13 Last Day to Drop Fall Courses... Nov. 18 Classes Dismissed at 10:00 p.m. for Thanksgiving... Nov. 25 Residence Halls Close at 9:00 a.m., Levelland Campus... Nov. 26 Thanksgiving Holiday... Nov Residence Halls Open at 1:00 p.m., Levelland Campus... Nov. 30 Classes Resume... Dec. 1 Final Exams... Dec Winter Interim Tuition Payment Due by 2:00 p.m... Dec. 9 Residence Halls Close at 12:00 p.m., Levelland Campus... Dec. 12 Final Grades and Gradebooks Due by 10:00 a.m... Dec Winter Interim Classes Begin... Dec. 15 Spring 2015 New Year s Day Holiday...Jan. 1 Spring Tuition Payment Due by 3:00 p.m...jan. 8 Faculty Reports...Jan. 12 Late Registration at the Byron Martin ATC...Jan. 12 Residence Halls Open at 9:00 a.m., Levelland Campus...Jan. 13 Late Registration at the Plainview Center...Jan. 13 Late Registration at the Reese Center...Jan. 14 Late Registration at the Levelland Campus...Jan. 15 Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday...Jan. 19 Spring Classes Begin...Jan. 20 Add/Drop/Late Registration - Levelland, Reese and Plainview...Jan th Class Day... Feb. 4 Deadline to Apply for May Graduation...March 9 Classes Dismissed at 5:00 p.m. for Spring Break...March 13 Residence Halls Close at 9:00 a.m., Levelland Campus...March 14 Spring Break... March Residence Halls Open at 1:00 p.m., Levelland Campus...March 22 Classes Resume at 8:00 a.m....march 23 Easter Holiday... April 6 Classes Resume at 8:00 a.m.... April 7 Online Registration Opens at 8:00 a.m. for 2015 Spring Interim, Summer and Fall Semester... April 23 Last Day to Drop Spring Courses... April 28 Final Exams...May th Commencement Ceremony...May 15 Residence Halls Close at 2:00 p.m., Levelland Campus...May 15 Final Grades and Gradebooks Due by 10:00 a.m....may 18 Summer 2015 First Summer Session First Summer Tuition Payment Due 3:00 p.m...may 21 Memorial Day Holiday...May 25 Smallwood Apartments Open 9:00 a.m., Levelland...May 31 First Summer Classes Begin...June 1 Add/Drop/Late Registration - Levelland, Reese and Plainview...June 1 4th Class Day...June 4 Last Day to Drop, Five-Week Courses...June 25 Final Exams, First Summer, Five-Week Courses... July 2 Independence Day Holiday... July 3 Smallwood Apartments First Summer Only Move Out at 11:00 a.m., Levelland Campus... July 5 Administrative Offices Open at 8:00 a.m... July 6 Final Grades and Gradebooks Due by 10:00 a.m.... July 6 Second Summer Session Second Summer Tuition Payment Due by 3:00 p.m.... July 1 Smallwood Apartments Second Summer Move In at 9:00 a.m. Levelland Campus... July 5 Second Summer Classes Begin... July 7 Add/Drop/Late Registration - Levelland, Reese and Plainview... July 7 4th Class Day... July 13 Last Day to Drop Second Summer Courses... July 30 Final Exams, Second Summer and 10-Week Courses... Aug. 6 Final Grades and Gradebooks Due by 10:00 a.m.... Aug. 7 Smallwood Apartments Move Out at 11:00 a.m., Levelland Campus... Aug. 9

3 Contents Where to Get More Information... 5 About the College... 7 Campuses and Centers...8 Levelland Campus Map...9 Reese Center Map...10 Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center Plainview Extension Center Accreditation and Standing Memberships History and Philosophy...12 Mission Statement...12 Vision Statement...13 Admissions Open Admissions...14 General Admission Requirements...14 Methods of Admission...14 Academic Suspension Appeals...15 Academic Fresh Start...15 Early Admissions Program...16 Enrollment in Courses Registration...16 Concurrent Registration...16 Texas Success Initiative (TSI)...16 Other Testing Programs...18 Advanced Placement...19 Change of Schedule...19 Class Attendance...19 Unit of Credit - Semester Hours...19 Course Numbers...19 Class Load...19 Classification of Students...19 Grades...20 Grade Point Averages...20 Audit of Credit Classes...20 Drops and Withdrawals...20 Six Course Drop Limit...21 Library Obligations...21 Honor Lists...21 Academic Progress...21 Academic Probation...21 Academic Suspension...21 Academic Integrity...22 Student Conduct...22 Dispute Resolution and Appeals...22 Grade and Academic Appeals Procedure...23 Motor Vehicles...23 Student Records General Information...24 Release of Information...24 Rights Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act...24 Student Identification Number...25 SPC Username and Password...25 MySPC...25 Hold Placed on Records...25 Transcript Service...25 Acceptance of College Credit Credit from Accredited Institutions...26 Credit for CTE Articulated Courses...26 Conversion of Continuing Education Credit...27 Credit for Professional Licensure...27 Physical Education Credit for Military Service Transfer of College Credit...27 Transfer Dispute Resolution...27 College Credit by Examination...27 Awarding Credit by Examination...28 Credit by Examination Scores...29 Tuition and Fees Resident Classifications...30 Tuition Rate...30 Levelland Campus Fees...30 SPC Reese Center, BMATC & Plainview Fees Payment of Tuition and Fees...31 Estimated Tuition and Fees...31 Special Course Fees...32 Student Accident Insurance Fee...34 Program Liability Insurance Fee...34 Student Health Services Fee...34 Other Fees...34 Refunds for Complete Withdrawals...34 Refunds for Dropped Courses...35 Refund Disbursements...35 Book Refunds...35 Tuition Rebates...35 Debts Owed to the College...35 Repayment of Unearned Financial Aid Funds Returned Checks...35 Financial Aid...36 Grants Tuition and Fee Exemptions Federal Direct Loan Program Employment Financial Aid Eligibility Requirements ABOUT THE COLLEGE RIGHTS RESERVED: This publication is intended as a description of the educational programs and services offered at South Plains College as indicated in title and text. It is not an offer to make a contract. The administration and faculty believe that the educational programs of South Plains College, including those described in this publication, are effective and valuable, and that they provide skills and/or understandings in keeping with the subject matter of the program. The ultimate results of programs offered, however, are also dependent on the personality and energy of the student, governmental or institutional regulations, and market conditions. Therefore, except as specifically stated herein, South Plains College makes no representation or contract that following a course or curriculum will result in specific achievement, employment, admission to baccalaureate degree programs, or licensing for particular professions or occupations. It is sometimes necessary or appropriate to change the programs offered. South Plains College retains the right to terminate or change any of its policies, programs, requirements, course offerings, class schedules, teacher assignments, and any and all other aspects of its educational and other programs at any time without prior notice. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY: South Plains College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its employment, programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President for Student Affairs, 1401 College Ave., Levelland, TX 79336, Telephone: (806)

4 ABOUT THE COLLEGE 4 How to Apply for Financial Aid...43 Application for Financial Aid for Summer...43 Absolute Application Deadlines...43 Award Process Disbursement of Funds...44 Return of Title IV Funds...45 Satisfactory Academic Progress...46 Financial Aid Appeal Procedure...46 Other Sources of Financial Assistance...47 Veterans Affairs...47 Application Process...47 Hazlewood Act...47 Standards of Progress for Veterans...49 Scholarships...49 Applying for Scholarships...49 Scholarship Application Deadlines...50 Scholarship Application Requirements...50 College-Wide Scholarships...50 Nontraditional Student Scholarships...50 Program Specific Scholarships...51 Activity Scholarships...51 Other Scholarship Programs...51 Scholarship Selection...52 Scholarship Award Notification and Agreement...52 Disbursement of Scholarship Funds...52 Reimbursement Policy for Withdrawals...52 Academic and Student Support...53 General Philosophy...53 Student Services Facilities...53 Academic Advising...53 Career Services...53 Disabilities Services...53 Fitness and Recreation...54 Guidance and Counseling...54 Health Services...54 Learning Resources...54 Music Activities...55 New Student Orientation...56 New Student Relations...56 Safety and Security...56 Special Programs and Services...56 Student Center...57 Student Government...57 Student Life...57 Student Organizations...58 Student Publications...58 SPC-TV and Texan Radio...58 Testing Services...58 Texan ID Card...58 Veteran Services...58 Student Housing...59 Student Housing Policy...59 Application for Housing...59 Housing Contract Policy...59 Housing and Food Service Charges...59 Residence Hall Descriptions and Conveniences...60 Continuing Education, Distance Learning and Workforce Development...61 Community Service Short Courses...61 Customized Instruction...62 Workforce Development and Training...62 Off-Campus Courses...62 Distance Education...62 Online Courses...62 Technical Support...63 Tuition and Fees for Continuing Education and Workforce Development Courses...63 General Degree and Certificate Requirements...63 General Education and Core Curriculum...63 Graduation at SPC...65 General Graduation Requirements...65 Specific Degree and Certificate Requirements...65 Application for Graduation...66 Commencement Exercises...66 Honor Graduates...66 Degree Limitations...66 Graduate Guarantee Program...67 Arts and Sciences Division...69 Associate of Arts Degree...69 Associate of Science Degree...69 Transfer Curricula...70 Transfer Dispute Resolution...70 Behavioral Science Department...70 Biology Department...71 Biology...71 Pre-Nursing...71 Pre-Occupational Therapy...72 Pre-Physical Therapy...72 Wildlife Management...73 Business Administration Department...73 Communication Department...74 Advertising...74 Agricultural Communications...74 Broadcast Journalism...75 Sports Broadcasting...75 Corporate Organizational Communications...76 Foreign Language...76 Photojournalism...77 Print Journalism...77 Public Relations...77 Radio, Television and Film (Telecommunications)...78 Speech Communication...78 English Department...79 Fine Arts Department...79 Art...79 Music...80 Theatre Arts...81 Mathematics and Engineering Department...81 Computer Science...82 Mathematics...82 Pre-Engineering...83 Physical Education Department...83 Physical Education...83 Physical Education - Athletic Training...84 Science Department...84 Agriculture...84 Chemistry...85 Geology...85 Human Sciences...86 Pre-Chiropractic...86 Pre-Dentistry...86 Pre-Medical Technology...87 Pre-Medicine...87 Pre-Optometry...88 Pre-Pharmacy...88 Pre-Physician s Assistant...88 Pre-Veterinary Medicine...89

5 Social Science Department...89 Government and History...89 Other Transfer Options...90 Criminal Justice...90 Teacher Education...91 Health Occupations Division...95 Allied Health Programs...96 Applied Rehabilitation Psychology...96 Child Development...97 Emergency Medical Services...99 Physical Therapist Assistant Radiologic Technology Respiratory Care Surgical Technology Nursing Programs Associate Degree Nursing Vocational Nursing Technical Education Division Business Administration and Computer Information Systems Programs Accounting Associate Business Computer Information Systems Office Technology Paralegal Studies Real Estate Creative Arts Programs Commercial Music Design Communications Sound Technology Video Production Technology Industrial Technology Programs Automotive Collision Repair Technology Automotive Technology Diesel Service Technology Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology Industrial Manufacturing/ Emerging Technologies Technical Graphics and Design Welding Technology Professional Services and Energy Cosmetology Electrical and Power Transmission Technology Fire Technology Law Enforcement Technology Law Enforcement Police Academy Course Descriptions Administration, Faculty and Staff Our Web address is: Where to get more Information about SPC Inquiries about the programs of South Plains College are welcome and should be addressed to the appropriate office at South Plains College. You can direct your inquiries and requests to one of the offices listed below. South Plains College 1401 S. College Ave. Levelland, Texas (806) or (806) For information about the SPC Levelland Campus, contact: General information and departmental brochures: New Student Relations, (806) General Catalog, Campus Tours New Student Relations, (806) Admission application, transcripts, and schedule changes: Office of Admissions and Records, (806) , (806) , (806) Student financial aid, grants, and loans: Office of Financial Aid, (806) , ext Scholarships: Scholarship Office, (806) Tuition and fees: Business Office, (806) Student housing information and reservation forms: Office of Student Housing, (806) Counseling, Career Services and Testing: Office of Guidance and Counseling, (806) Intercollegiate Athletics: Office of Athletics, (806) Student activities, clubs and organizations: Office of Student Activities, (806) Distance Education: Office of Instructional Technology, (806) For information about the SPC Reese Center, contact: SPC Reese Center 819 Gilbert Drive Lubbock, Texas (806) Admissions and Records, (806) , (806) Business Office, (806) Counseling Center, (806) Financial Aid, (806) For information about the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center in Lubbock, contact: South Plains College Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center 3201 Ave. Q Lubbock, Texas (806) For information about the SPC Plainview Center, contact: SPC Plainview Center 1920 W. 24th Street Plainview, Texas (806) ABOUT THE COLLEGE 5

6 ABOUT THE COLLEGE More than half of all SPC students are the first in their families to attend college. SPC is a great place to prepare for the rest of your life. 6 6

7 ABOUT THE COLLEGE About the College S O U T H P L A I N S C O L L E G E I S A C O M P R E H E N S I V E, T W O - Y E A R C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E T H AT O F F E R S A C A D E M I C T R A N S F E R O P T I O N S A N D C O L L E G E - L E V E L T E C H N I C A L E D U C AT I O N P R O G R A M S. South Plains College serves the greater South Plains area of Texas with innovative educational programs that span the arts and sciences, technical education, continuing education and workforce development. The college s main campus is located in Levelland. SPC maintains two extension centers in Lubbock that are located at the Reese Technology Center and Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center. The northern tier of the college s service area is served by an extension center in Plainview. The college s educational program includes academic transfer courses that parallel university programs for students who plan to earn a bachelor s degree. SPC also maintains a diverse offering of one and two-year technical programs for students who want to develop specific job skills and then enter the world of work. Through its Arts and Sciences Division, the college offers students 47 academic transfer options which lead to the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science or Associate of Arts in Teaching degrees. Transfer guides can be found in fine arts, the sciences, social sciences, behavioral sciences, communications, languages, mathematics, engineering, business administration and physical education. Students who attend SPC complete their freshman and sophomore-level course work and then transfer to a university to complete the remaining years of a baccalaureate program. The college s faculty advisor system helps students plan for successful transfer. In the Health Occupations Division and Technical Education Division, the college offers another 83 programs that lead to the Associate of Applied Science degree, Associate of Applied Arts degree or a Certificate of Proficiency. Students enrolled in these programs receive first-class training in a variety of career and technical areas, including allied health, nursing, business administration, the creative arts, computer information and electronics technology, industrial technology, and professional services and energy. All technical programs are continually updated with the help of advisory committees composed of representatives from the medical community, education, the professional community, business and industry. In this way, SPC can assure students are receiving career and technical training that is in tune with the region s workforce needs. South Plains College also provides short-term training and workforce development programs in a variety of formats that help individuals gain marketable skills for immediate employment or that help them upgrade existing skills to meet emerging job technologies. Through its Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Development, the college is an active participant in the area s economic development efforts. SPC takes great pride in its teaching faculty and its teaching facilities. Instructors are highly qualified in their respective areas of study. But more importantly, they are associated with SPC because they want to teach. The college s instructional facilities are also excellent. Students learn in modern, comfortable classrooms and labs that house some of the most current instructional equipment available. Hands-on training and teaching concepts are an integral part of the educational philosophy. Additionally, there is a commitment to introducing students to advanced technologies and computer applications in all areas. Nearly 9,600 students take advantage of the educational offerings available at SPC each semester, and nearly half of all SPC students are the first in their families to attend college. An additional 4,500 students enroll in non-credit continuing education or workforce development programs each year. South Plains College s accessibility, its excellent facilities and its qualified, friendly teachers are what bring about student success. Personal attention in and out of the classroom is a way of life at SPC 7

8 ABOUT THE COLLEGE 8 Campuses and Centers SPC Levelland Campus South Plains College s main campus is located in Levelland, Texas, 25 miles due west of Lubbock. Established in 1957 by the residents of Hockley County, South Plains College offers its students a diverse educational program. The program of study on the Levelland Campus spans freshman and sophomore studies for students who plan to earn a bachelor s degree. These classes, offered through the Arts and Sciences Division, parallel those offered by universities and are fully transferable to these schools. First-class technical programs are also available to students who want to obtain specific job skills in one or two years of college and then go right to work in a good paying job. SPC is recognized as one of the most modern and complete community colleges in Texas. The Levelland Campus encompasses 42 buildings on a 177-acre campus. Attractively landscaped and maintained, the campus features a contemporary architectural design that enhances an excellent learning environment. What sets SPC apart from other schools its size are first rate classroom and laboratory facilities that are specifically designed for each teaching area. SPC students have access to some of the most sophisticated and up-to-date educational and training equipment available. Computer technologies can be found in every instructional area. Nearly 5,000 students enroll for classes each fall on the Levelland Campus. SPC s student body is diverse in its makeup and character. Geographically, about 94 percent of these students come from within a 100-mile radius of Levelland and Lubbock. Being close to family and jobs at home are important to the majority of SPC students who commute to classes. Even with SPC s regional makeup, almost all 50 states and a number of foreign countries are represented. The age of SPC students is also wide ranging. About threequarters of all SPC students are traditional college-age. The average age of the student body on the Levelland Campus is 22 years. SPC teachers are dedicated professionals who first and foremost love to teach and who believe in the community college concept. Faculty members are highly qualified in their fields of study and exhibit a wealth of educational experience they are willing to share with you. An average class size of 30 students assures that you receive a personal education. Faculty members work closely with you to help you gain your academic or technical goals. A professional counseling staff can help you set your educational goals. If you are undecided about a college major, SPC counselors can help you determine what you like to do and where your talents lie. They are available, along with faculty advisors, to help you plan your college career. The Counseling Center offers a variety of services to help students with special needs. SPC maintains residence halls for men and women on its Levelland Campus. The residence hall program offers comfortable and economical housing and dining facilities for students who want to live on campus. The college maintains 10 residence halls plus the Smallwood Apartment Complex, housing 430 men and 344 women. The college s newest residence hall, Southwest Hall, opened in 2014 and houses 104 students. Student activities, student organizations, intercollegiate athletics, recreational activities and rich college traditions give the Levelland Campus a resident-college flavor. SPC Reese Center An extension center of South Plains College, the SPC Reese Center offers a wide range of programs and courses designed to provide academic transfer, technical education, adult and continuing education, workforce development and other specialized training programs in cooperation with the universities, business, industry and the professional medical community of the South Plains area of West Texas. South Plains College has been providing educational programs in the immediate Lubbock area since 1970 when it first began offering courses at the former Reese Air Force Base. Located off West 4th Street and Research Blvd., the SPC Reese Center offers freshman and sophomore-level college-credit courses in both academic transfer, selected technical programs and workforce development non-credit courses. While a variety of classes are offered during the day, the center maintains an extensive evening class program. This schedule allows Lubbock area students greater flexibility and convenience in taking college courses at night. The college s facilities at the Reese Center include seven buildings, including six classroom buildings, SPC Buildings 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8. The college maintains administrative and student services offices in SPC Building 8 at 819 Gilbert Drive. Registration takes place in this facility. The campus enrolls more than 3,500 students each semester in its associate degree and certificate programs. Students, for the most part, are residents of Lubbock or surrounding communities. Many are older adults entering college for the first time to gain marketable job skills. The 16 technical programs offered at the SPC Reese Center are designed to prepare students for employment in a specific occupation through a prescribed course of study. The college offers technical programs in health occupations, business administration and industrial technology areas. These programs consist of college-level, semester credit hour courses and award

9 ABOUT THE COLLEGE Levelland Campus Map 9

10 ABOUT THE COLLEGE SPC Reese Center Map 10

11 either an Associate of Applied Science degree or a Certificate of Proficiency. The programs have been developed by South Plains College faculty members in direct consultation with advisory committees made up of individuals from education, business and industry. The Center for Clinical Excellence, a state-of-the-art health occupation simulation facility, is housed in SPC Building 1. The Center houses four simulation suites with equipment furnished by area hospitals. The suites are home to patient simulators which mimic human responses to illness and the treatment received. Adult and continuing education programs are available to satisfy the professional and personal interests of area residents. Specialized training programs are offered to business and industry as workforce development needs arise in Lubbock and the South Plains area. South Plains College is committed to assuring student success in college programs through a broad spectrum of support services which include career counseling, testing and skills assessment, computer-aided learning laboratories, and tutoring in basic skills and specific courses. The college also provides special services for persons with disabilities, workforce literacy courses, developmental and remedial programs, library and research services, veteran services and job placement services. Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center The Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center (BMATC) is a unique educational partnership located at 34th and Avenue Q in Lubbock. Involving South Plains College, the Lubbock Independent School District and a number of community partners, the center is designed to deliver cooperative technical education programs to support the development of a skilled technical workforce for Lubbock and the South Plains region. At the BMATC, South Plains College offers college-level technical education programs and courses that focus on business administration, computer technology, fire technology, industrial manufacturing and automotive technology. Career guidance, counseling, library and tutoring services support the center s instructional efforts. Through an extensive workforce development program, the BMATC also serves the training needs of non-traditional students and workers who need to upgrade job skills or retrain for new jobs. The facility enables South Plains College to collaborate with its educational partners to provide rapid response training to attract new business and industry and customized job training to support and retain existing businesses. Maintained by the Lubbock Independent School District, the BMATC houses more than 87,000 square feet of instructional space and features high-tech computer classrooms with Internet access, a multimedia tiered conference room, and multimedia instructional support library with access to online services. Additionally, the facility houses 13 instructional classrooms with multimedia capabilities, mill work lab, metals lab, and automotive technology lab. State-of-the-art equipment in all instructional areas provides students with high-tech, high-touch instruction and hands-on application of skills. Many individuals who need certain college classes to advance in their jobs, find these college classes at the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center useful, convenient and relative to their needs. SPC Plainview Center The South Plains College Plainview Center opened in September 2005 and offers selected technical education programs, academic transfer courses and other workforce development programs. Located at 1920 W. 24th St. in Plainview, Texas, the center is designed to serve the northern tier of the college s service area through distance education initiatives. SPC maintains technical programs in cosmetology, vocational nursing and associate degree nursing at the Plainview Center. A variety of college-level general education courses are offered during the daytime and evening hours at the center to accommodate the needs of working adults. The center features interactive two-way video classrooms, computer labs and student services offices. College admissions, financial aid, career counseling, testing and skills assessment services are also provided for students. Adult and continuing education programs are available to meet the workforce development needs of the Plainview community. SPC is committed to creating greater access to educational programs for rural residents through the Plainview Center. Accreditation and Standing South Plains College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees and proficiency certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call (404) for questions about the accreditation of South Plains College. The educational program, degrees and certificates awarded by South Plains College are approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Institutional questions concerning accreditation should be directed to the Vice President for Academic Affairs. Memberships South Plains College is a member of the Texas Association of Community Colleges, the American Association of Community Colleges, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, the Western Junior College Athletic Conference, the National Junior College Athletic Association and the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. ABOUT THE COLLEGE 11

12 ABOUT THE COLLEGE 12 Statement of Purpose History and Philosophy The history of South Plains College is the unfolding of an idea with two elements: the impulse and capacity of the individual to learn and produce, and the community dependent on the enlightened and productive individual. In some sense, this history begins when the local community begins, for the community has always understood that its nature is, in part, to learn, teach, and provide public education for its children. But by the early 1950s a few prominent citizens of Hockley County realized that the local education should no longer be limited to children, and that Hockley County required a greater role in the educational system of Texas. Consequently, these citizens twice petitioned the State Board of Education, once in 1951 and again in 1956, for permission to establish a junior college in Levelland. Given permission to hold an election, the citizens of Hockley County voted to establish South Plains College on April 2, In March 1958, Whiteface Independent School District became a part of the district, which was redesignated the South Plains Junior College District. In 1958, the college opened its doors primarily as a two-year academic transfer institution, the first such college in Texas in more than 10 years. South Plains College opened the door to the expansion of community colleges in Texas, arguably the most significant development in Texas higher education of the last half of the twentieth century. Fruitful changes began almost immediately. In the early 1960s, the district developed a clearer notion of community college and rapidly incorporated technical and vocational education, continuing education, and educational counseling and other student support services. South Plains College has continued to grow and expand, opening the extension at Reese Air Force Base in 1970, and a technical branch in Lubbock in In 1977, the college acquired and refurbished the West Texas Hospital Building in downtown Lubbock, and in the fall of 1978 established the Lubbock Campus at the new site. With the closing of Reese Air Force Base in 1997, the college acquired through public conveyance six educational buildings at the former air base. These facilities have been developed into an expanded SPC Reese Center program. The same year, SPC established a partnership with the Lubbock Independent School District and other Lubbock community partners to open the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center. In order to accommodate enrollment and program growth, college officials in 2000 decided to close the Main Street facility and consolidate its Lubbock-based programs at the SPC Reese Center. In 2004, the college acquired a facility in Plainview to expand its educational program in the northern tier of its service area. This building was renovated and opened in September 2005 as the SPC Plainview Center. Over the years, these expansions have significantly enriched South Plains College, broadening its service area and contributing to its understanding of the larger community. All the while, the larger community has been exceptionally positive in its support of the college, voting bond issues as needed and promoting enthusiastically all facets of the college. History implies change, and South Plains College is committed to changing with the needs and opportunities of the community. It seeks not merely to be the guardian of tradition, but to be creative as well, ever seeking to uncover and find expression for individual and community potential. Communities, however, do not merely change. The original idea that established the college remains valid, and South Plains College understands its relation to the abiding values of civilization. Thus, the college continues to be the unfolding intellectual history of a community attempting to be a responsible part of the global communities of the world. Mission Statement South Plains College provides educational opportunities that improve the lives of its students by establishing a foundation for lifelong learning. The College offers high quality courses, programs and services that assist students in clarifying and achieving their educational and career goals in order to become productive and responsible citizens in a global society. South Plains College empowers its faculty and staff to provide a learning environment that is innovative, engaging, compassionate, safe, diverse and supportive of the College vision. Role and Scope South Plains College is a public, open admission, comprehensive community college that primarily serves individuals and communities in its service area comprising the southern portion of the Texas High Plains. The College offers quality academic transfer, career, and technical education programs leading to associate degrees and proficiency certificates. To sustain the communities it serves, the College also offers developmental education, continuing education, workforce development, and community service programs. The College and its employees strive for excellence in teaching and provide learning opportunities that are accessible, flexible, and affordable. Institutional Purposes In order to accomplish its mission, South Plains College is committed to the following institutional purposes: 1. To provide associate degree programs in the arts and sciences that successfully prepare students for university transfer into baccalaureate degree programs. 2. To provide certificate and associate degree programs in career and technical education areas that equip students with skills, attitudes, and aptitudes necessary for gainful employment, for professional certification or for advanced study. 3. To provide developmental, adult literacy, and basic skills programs designed to assist those students who are underprepared for college and who need skills for college success. 4. To provide flexible continuing eduation and workforce development programs, including specialized business and industrial training, which anticipate and address the specific needs of the global workplace. 5. To foster student success holistically by providing an Educational Success Plan (ESP) that includes advisement, academic support and student support services and by providing opportunities to participate in the academic and social life of the College. 6. To expand access to educational opportunities through distance learning, technology and other innovations. 7. To listen actively to the needs service area constituents; to work in partnership with others to build communities;

13 8. To effectively develop, utilize andbe accountable for managing College resources and to continuously improve the quality of programs, services and operations. Vision Statement The employees of South Plains College have developed and adopted a vision statement and a series of organizational beliefs that define for the College a desired state and preferred future. A vision is a dream created out of personal and organizational values of how we would like South Plains College to be. Our vision statement and seven areas of commitment provide direction for the College and inspire the College community to stretch beyond its present level of institutional effectiveness. Statement of Vision The college s vision statement follows: South Plains College improves each student s life. Statement of Values South Plains College respects the diversity of its student body and recognizes the worth and potential of each student. Therefore the College affirms the following values and beliefs. Commitment to Students: We believe each student is individually important and has unique needs and goals. The College supports students in clarifying their lifelong goals, provides personalized attention and service, assists them in developing their talents and skills, recognizes their culture, heritage and lifetime experiences, and challenges them to become independent, lifelong learners. Commitment to Educational Excellence: As educators, we believe effective teaching brings quality to learning and that our success is measured by the success of our students. The College provides and is accountable for the quality of its educational programs and student support services. We recognize that academic freedom is a catalyst for innovation and technology enhances the educational experience. These qualities enable the College to prepare students for lifelong, creative roles in the community. Commitment to Access and Diversity: We believe the College should provide access to programs and services to students who may benefit and that the College should reflect the diversity of the community it serves. The College offers equal access to education through an open door admissions policy. The College has a responsibility to provide educational services that are affordable and available at convenient times and places. ABOUT THE COLLEGE and to provide community service programs, cultural opportunities and activities that reflect the diversity of the region the College serves. Commitment to Faculty and Staff: We believe everyone contributes to quality and institutional success by working toward common goals as a team member. All members of the College community will have the opportunity to be an innovator, to grow through professional development, and to prosper from equitable rewards and recognition based on clearly defined expectations. Commitment to a Quality Campus Environment: We recognize the importance of providing a safe, clean and accessible work and learning environment that is characterized by integrity, clear communications, an open exchange of ideas, appreciation for personal worth, involvement in decision making and respect for all individuals. Commitment to the Community: As members of a larger community, we recognize the importance of enhancing the quality of life for all citizens of the community and supporting opportunities for economic development and growth. We will listen actively to the needs of our constituents and work to build partnerships to address common needs and goals. Commitment to Effective Use of Resources: In order to remain good stewards of the public trust, we believe in the effective use of college resources to provide quality education and services to students and the community. To accomplish this, we will plan effectively for the future. 13

14 ABOUT THE COLLEGE 14 Admissions Open Admissions South Plains College s admissions program is based on an open door philosophy which accepts all students for enrollment regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, disability or age. To be eligible for admission to SPC, you must have graduated or received a diploma from an accredited high school, have successfully completed a nontraditional secondary educational program, including home school, have successfully completed the General Education Development (GED) Test, or be admitted by individual approval. Students wishing to transfer to South Plains College from another college or university will be considered for admission based on their previous college record. International students seeking admission should contact the Registrar directly for specific application information and forms. The Dean of Admissions and Records is responsible for administering the admissions policies and procedures of the college. Questions pertaining to admission to South Plains College should be directed to the Admissions and Records Office. General Admission Requirements In all cases, students seeking admission to South Plains College should follow these steps in the process. 1. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION New and transfer students must submit an ApplyTexas Application for Admission at 2. OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT An official transcript of the student s academic record in high school or the record at each college attended since leaving high school must be filed with the Admissions and Records Office. The applicant is responsible for having these records forwarded to the Admissions and Records office. Transcripts should be sent immediately following the close of the last semester of attendance in high school or other college. Students who have successfully completed a non-traditional secondary educational program that meets all Texas Education Agency (TEA) standards must provide an official transcript, along with a notarized statement indicating the student has completed all high school requirements. Students applying for scholarships must provide ACT or SAT scores in order to meet eligibility requirements. 3. COLLEGE PLACEMENT TESTS Students who are entering college for the first time and who are not waived from Texas Success Initiative (TSI) are required to take the TSI Assessment test prior to registering for classes. The student s placement test scores are utilized in advising and placement in appropriate course work. Students with prior college-level work and those entering specified certificate programs may be waived from TSI requirements. The TSI Assessment test is administered at South Plains College and at other Texas colleges. Registration can be made online at 4. CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCE Certificate of Residence is part of the admission application. 5. IMMUNIZATIONS. MENINGITIS: As required by Texas law, all entering students under the age of 22 must provide proof that the meningitis vaccination was administered at least 10 days prior to the first day of the term. Proof must be received by the Admissions and Records Office before the student will be allowed to register for classes. Meningitis vaccinations must have been received or renewed within the last five (5) years. SPC offers the meningitis vaccination to all new and currently enrolled SPC students at a discounted fee. For detailed information go to Immunization is an integral part of your health care and the disease prevention program at South Plains College. While the following are not a requirement for admission, all new or transfer students, especially those born on or after January 1, 1957, should have received immunizations for the following diseases. RUBELLA: One dose of rubella vaccine administered on or after the first birthday. TETANUS/DIPHTHERIA: One dose of tetanus/diphtheria toxoid administered within the last 10 years. MEASLES: Two doses of measles vaccine administered on or after the first birthday and at least 30 days apart. MUMPS: One dose of mumps vaccine administered on or after the first birthday. More information can be obtained from the Student Health Coordinator or from the SPC website. Methods of Admission 1. If you are a Graduate of an Accredited High School or Equivalent An applicant who is a graduate of an accredited high school or who has successfully completed a nontraditional secondary educational program, including home school, will be admitted upon the presentation of a properly authenticated high school transcript. 2. If you are NOT a Graduate of an Accredited High School An applicant who is not a graduate of an accredited high school or who has graduated from private, non-accredited educational programs, may be admitted as follows: A. Successful completion of a non-traditional secondary educational program that meets all Texas Education Agency (TEA) standards and high school requirements. A notarized statement from the non-traditional high school, along with a notarized statement from the student verifying completion of the high school program must be submitted. B. Successful completion of the General Education Development (GED) test by an applicant who meets the age requirement for taking the GED test. C. An applicant who is 18 years or older and who is not a graduate of an accredited high school or private school, or who has not earned a GED certificate, may be considered for admission by individual approval. In order to be considered for individual approval, the applicant must: complete and submit the ApplyTexas Application for Admission provide an official transcript from the last school attended take the TSI Assessment test, regardless of TSI-waived certificate program selected, and provide documentation verifying the completion of high school diploma or equivalent when completed. The applicant s TSI Assessment test scores will determine the student s eligibility and course placement. General admission to the college does not guarantee admission to some technical education and health occupation programs,

15 which have additional admission requirements. Please contact the appropriate program advisor for information. 3. If you are seeking Readmission Former students of South Plains College not on suspension, provided they have not attended another college since they were last enrolled at South Plains College, will be readmitted to South Plains College during any scheduled registration period. Former students who have attended another college or university since leaving South Plains College should refer to Methods of Admission If you are a Transfer Student from another College or University A new student who has begun work at another accredited college or university and is not under disciplinary or academic suspension at the last college attended will be considered for admission to South Plains College. Performance at the other institution must, however, meet the minimum academic standards of the College. A student from another college seeking admission to South Plains College must present an official transcript of his/her entire college record. All transcripts must be sent directly to the Admissions and Records Office and must be on file at the time of enrollment. A student is not officially enrolled until all transcripts are on file. A student who has been enrolled in another college for only a summer term or session will be admitted to South Plains College on the basis of the high school record. 5. If you are an International Student General Requirements A. The application must be submitted at least 90 days, and the file complete at least 30 days prior to the first scheduled day of registration for a given semester. B. There will be a quota imposed on the total number of international students accepted for admission by South Plains College for any given semester. The college reserves the right to change the quota at any time without prior notification. C. A $100 application fee (in U.S. currency) is required before consideration of an application can be made. The fee should accompany the application when it is sent to the college. Cash or money order is accepted or the student may contact the Business Office and pay with a credit/ debit card. Specific Requirements A. Evidence of proficiency in the English language is required and can be satisfied by submitting results from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 550 (paper exam), 213 (computer exam), or 79 (internet exam). B. An official copy of a transcript from the last four (4) years of secondary school must be submitted. The official transcript must be an original copy translated into English and must show each course completed and the grade earned. A minimum grade average of B is required. C. Proof of financial ability to remain in South Plains College long enough to complete degree requirements must also be submitted with the application. This proof can be in the form of a bank statement and letter from the person responsible for providing financial support for the international student. D. Proof of the meningitis vaccination. Specific Requirements for International Transfer Students A. Transfer students from other colleges and universities within the United States must meet all general and specific requirements as outlined. B. An official college transcript from every United States college or university attended must be submitted in place of the high school transcript. C. Transfer students must have completed at least 12 semester hours but not more than 40 semester hours with a minimum 3.25 GPA to be eligible for consideration. The Form I-20 will not be issued until all specified requirements have been satisfied. Academic Suspension Appeals Students may appeal their academic suspension to the Admissions Committee. The appeal must be made in writing by completing an academic appeal form. Students will not have an opportunity to meet with the committee in person or by telephone. Please follow the required procedures. The following must be included in the appeal and submitted by the established deadline for the semester: a.) ApplyTexas Application for Admission, if your are a transfer student; b.) all official college transcripts, including the transcript that indicates the academic suspension; c.) your completed and signed academic appeal form with supporting documentation relevant to your situation, an immediate contact telephone number, address, and your declared major. Information about the appeals procedure and appeal form can be obtained from the Admissions and Records Office or online at The Dean of Admissions and Records chairs the Admissions Committee. Academic Fresh Start Texas Education Code Section entitles Texas residents to seek admission to institutions of higher education without consideration of courses undertaken 10 or more years prior to enrollment. Students may not pick and choose what is to be ignored and what is not. Either all college courses 10 or more years old are ignored or they are counted. If you choose the Academic Fresh Start option, you will not receive any credit for any courses you took 10 or more years ago. This means that: Courses taken previously cannot be used to fulfill new prerequisite requirements. Courses taken previously cannot be counted towards your new degree. Courses taken previously will not be counted in your new GPA calculations. Academic Fresh Start clears only your academic record. When deciding your eligibility for financial aid, the college must still count all prior credits earned. For courses taken at South Plains College for which Academic Fresh Start is applied, the official transcript will continue to show all courses taken. Grades and grade points will be shown, however, the credit hours attempted and cumulative grade points will total zero for the Academic Fresh Start courses and will not be computed for the overall GPA. A notation will be placed on the transcript showing the semester which the student began to take courses after the Academic Fresh Start. Once approved and posted, an Academic Fresh Start may not be reversed. ABOUT THE COLLEGE 15

16 ABOUT THE COLLEGE 16 All requests for Academic Fresh Start must be made in writing by completing the Academic Fresh Start application. The completed application should be sent to the Associate Registrar prior to enrollment. A completed application for admission and ALL official college transcripts must be on file in the Admissions and Records Office. Admission to Specific Programs In addition to the general admission requirements for South Plains College, certain instructional programs offered by South Plains College have additional admission requirements that students must meet before entering the program. These selective admissions programs include the following: Associate Degree Nursing Cosmetology Emergency Medical Services Fire Technology Academy Law Enforcement Police Academy Physical Therapist Assistant Radiologic Technology Respiratory Care Surgical Technology Vocational Nursing Admission requirements to these programs may be found in the program listing in this Catalog or on the SPC website. Contact the coordinator of the program in which enrollment is desired to obtain additional information. Early Admissions Program The early admissions program allows high school students to enroll in college courses while still in high school. Students may also enroll in approved courses at South Plains College and receive credit toward high school graduation. Such dual credit programs are part of a cooperative agreement between local accredited high schools and South Plains College. The following requirements apply to Early Admissions. The student must complete a South Plains College Application for Admission. The student must also complete a Dual Credit Early Admission Approval Form and have it approved and signed by his/her principal and parent/ guardian each academic school year. The student must include with the application an official high school transcript prior to admission. Thereafter, the student must update his/ her official high school transcript every academic school year. The student must comply with all Texas Success Initiative testing requirements. Upon acceptance by the Dean of Admissions and Records at South Plains College, the student will be admitted under the conditional entrance policy. The student must have at least fourteen (14) high school credits and will be limited to enrollment in the following: A. Two (2) Dual Credit courses per semester, or B. Two (2) Early Admission courses per semester. However, under special circumstances that indicate a student with exceptional academic abilities is capable of college-level work, based on such factors as grade-point average, ACT or SAT scores, and other assessments, the high school principal and the Vice President for Academic Affairs may grant exceptions to this requirement. Students taking Dual Credit courses should contact the high school counselor regarding UIL (NO PASS/NO PLAY) regulations. Students who drop a college course may be subject to forfeiting UIL eligibility. Please consult with your high school counselor. By signing the Dual Credit Early Admission Approval Form the student and parent/guardian give South Plains College permission to release the student s academic record to the high school. While attending South Plains College, the student will be expected to adhere to all policies and procedures of the college. The Admissions and Records Office should be contacted for a Dual Credit Early Admission Approval Form which must be signed by the parent, principal and student. Once approved for the program, the student should follow the regular admission and registration procedures. The major state and private colleges and universities in Texas have agreed to accept early admission hours from South Plains College. It is the responsibility of the student to verify out-of-state institutions requirements. The Early Admission Program is available to home-schooled high school students. Students are required to adhere to the Early Admission Program requirements, and must provide an official transcript which meets all Texas Education Agency (TEA) standards. The student should be at least 16 years of age and be classified as a junior or a senior. The Vice President for AcademicAffairs may make an exception to this requirement. For more information about early admissions to SPC or opportunities for dual credit enrollments, contact the Admissions and Records Office or at STUDENTS WHO PLAN TO COMPETE IN UNIVERSITY INTERSCHOLASTIC LEAGUE ACTIVITIES SHOULD BE AWARE THAT THE EARLY ADMISSIONS PROGRAM COULD AFFECT UIL ELIGIBILITY. Enrollment in Courses Registration Each semester and summer term opens with a registration period during which the formal process of enrollment at South Plains College is completed. Prior to registration, the student may contact the Admissions and Records Office or go online for registration information. Students are urged to visit with the program advisor prior to registration. Students may also contact the Counseling Center for information. Concurrent Registration A student registered at another college who wishes to enroll concurrently at South Plains College must have written approval from that institution and make application for concurrent enrollment with the Admissions and Records Office. If you have applied for financial aid at either one of the institutions at which you are enrolled concurrently, you must notify the Financial Aid Offices at both institutions for further instructions. Failure to notify the Financial Aid Offices may result in loss of eligibility. Texas Success Initiative The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a state program designed to ensure that all Texas institutions provide placement testing, personal advisement and appropriate instruction to students to enhance their opportunities for success in their college studies. All new students entering Texas colleges and universities are required to take a placement test prior to enrolling in college-level courses, unless exempt from testing under specified state standard, such as

17 scores on ACT, SAT or TAKS. Testing will indicate whether a student possesses adequate basic college-level skills in reading, writing and mathematics necessary to begin an undergraduate program of study. If testing indicates a need for building certain skills in any or all of the skill areas, students will be required to enroll in and successfully complete the developmental programs. In addition, certain college-level courses in the core curriculum are restricted with enrollment allowed for only those students who have met the state-specified placement test standards. The student must be compliant with TSI requirements before the student is awarded an associate degree, certain certificates of proficiency, or allowed to transfer into junior or senior-level courses at a Texas public university. College success has always been a top priority at South Plains College and SPC wants to see that you make a smooth transition into this program. At SPC, the test WILL NOT be used as an admissions criterion. Failure to take an approved placement test prior to registration will limit your choices of classes that you may enroll in. It is important, especially if you are a transfer student, to consult a faculty advisor or counselor about TSI regulations and SPC policies prior to registration. Mandatory Pre-Assessment Activity Before you take the TSI Assessment, you must participate in a Pre-Assessment Activity. SPC is required to provide the Pre- Assessment Activity as well as document your participation, so it is very important that you complete this activity before you take the test. Also, you will not be allowed to take the TSI Assessment until you have completed this activity. The activity includes the following: An explanation of the importance of the TSI Assessment; Practice test questions and feedback; An explanation of all of your developmental edcuation options, if you don t meet the minimum passing standard; and Information on campus and community resources that will you succeed as a college student. To take the Pre-Assessment Activity for SPC, log on to website at Which courses are restricted? Students who have taken the TSI Assessment test and failed a portion may still take college-level classes that are not restricted to the failed area of the placement test. READING All college-level Biology, English courses, Government and History courses; all EMSP courses; MUSC 1427 and PSYC 2301; and all internet sections ANTH 2346, ANTH 2351, PSYC 2306, PSYC 2314, SOCI 1301, SOCI 1306, SOCI 2301, SOCI 2306 are restricted if you have failed the reading portion of the placement test. MATHEMATICS All college-level MATH courses and MUSC 1325 are restricted if you have failed the math portion of the placement test. ENGLISH All college-level English courses and all internet sections of GOVT and HIST courses are restricted if you have failed the writing and/or reading portion of the placement test. There are additional internet classes that are restricted. Who must take the test? Any person who is a full-time or part-time student and who does not meet one of the exemptions provided below must take the TSI Assessment test. This policy applies to students who enroll in academic transfer programs that lead to an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Arts in Teaching degree and also to students who enroll in technical programs that award an Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Applied Arts degree. Students who enroll in certificate programs containing 43 or more semester hours of college-level credit courses are also required to take the TSI Assessment test. Who is exempt from taking the test? A student is exempt from taking the TSI Assessment test if he or she meets one or more of the following conditions. The student performs at levels that the THECB defines for an exemption on the SAT, the ACT, or the TAAS or TAKS and enrolls within the time limits defined in the THECB rule. The student has graduated with an associate or baccalaureate degree from a public institution of higher education. The student transfers with college-level hours in the applicable TSI areas from an accredited private or independent institution of higher education or an accredited out-of-state institution of higher education. The student has been determined college-ready by a Texas college previously attended. The student is enrolled in a certain Level-One Certificate program (42 or fewer semester hours). The student is serving on active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard, or is a member of the reserve component of the armed forces of the United States and has been serving at least three years preceding enrollment. On or after August 1, 1990, the student was honorably discharged, retired or released from active duty as a member of the Armed Forces of the United States or the Texas National Guard or service as a member of a reserve component of the Armed Forces of the United States. Students must submit a copy of their documentation to the Admissions and Records Office to qualify for any of the exemptions listed above. STUDENTS WHO ENROLL IN CERTAIN CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS WILL NOT BE REQUIRED TO TAKE THE TSI ASSESSMENT TEST. EXEMPT PROGRAMS INCLUDE: Accounting Associate Certificate Automotive Collision Repair Advanced Skills Certificate Automotive Collision Repair Basic Skills Certificate Automotive Technology Advanced Skills Certificate Automotive Technology Basic Skills Certificate Basic Electrical Certificate Business Management Certificate Commercial Music Advanced Performance Track Certificate Commercial Music Entertainment Business Certificate Commercial Music Performance Track Certificate Commercial Refrigeration, Air Conditioning Technician Certificate Computer Information Systems Digital Forensics Certificate Computer Information Systems Networking Certificate Computer Information Systems Programming Certificate Computer Information Systems Technician Certificate Cosmetology Certificate Cosmetology Instructor Certificate Design Communications Advanced Graphics/Design Certificate Design Communications Software Skills Certificate Diesel Auxiliary and Drive Systems Certificate Diesel Engines and Controls Certificate Electrical Technician Certificate ABOUT THE COLLEGE 17

18 ABOUT THE COLLEGE 18 Fire Academy Certificate General Business Certificate Industrial Manufacturing/Emerging Technologies Certificate Industrial Manufacturing/Emerging Technologies Advanced Certificate Law Enforcement Police Academy Certificate Microcomputing Certificate Office Technology Certificate Paralegal Studies Certificate Real Estate Salesmanship Certificate Real Estate Salesperson Marketable Skills Certificate Residential Air Conditioning Installation Technician Certificate Sound Reinforcement Certificate Technical Graphics and Design Advanced CAD Technician Certificate Technical Graphics and Design Basic CAD Technician Certificate Video Production Technology Advanced Certificate Video Production Technology Certificate Vocational Nursing Certificate Welding Technology Basic Processes Certificate Welding Technology Advanced Processes Certificate Contact the Counseling Center for more information about programs which are not subject to TSI requirements. Testing Information The TSI Assesment is a computer-adaptive test and is administered at the Levelland campus, Reese Center, Plainview Center and the Byron Martin Advanced Technlogy Center. Contact the Testing Center at the appropriate SPC location for times and dates when the TSI Assesment test will be administered. Students can reach the Testing Center in Levelland at (806) or or the Testing and Learning Center at the SPC Reese Center at or or the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center at The test fee will be based on the cost of the test administration and materials. Pre-registration and the pre-assessment activity are required before taking the TSI Assessment test. To take the PAA and to register online go to edu/testing. Pre-registration and pre-assessment activity is required in order to test. Pre-register and pay online at Pre-registration must be completed three (3) days in advance. Failure to take the TSI Test If you are NOT WAIVED or EXEMPT from taking the TSI Assessment test, it is important that you take the test before you enroll in college-level courses. Otherwise, you may only register for developmental classes. You will not be able to register for college-level credit courses until you have taken the placement test. Other Testing Programs South Plains College provides a number of testing opportunities for current students and students seeking admission to certain programs. American College Testing Program (ACT) Entering students planning to enroll at South Plains College are encouraged to submit ACT scores. South Plains College is a National Testing Center for ACT. The scores on the ACT do not affect the student s eligibility for admission to South Plains College. The results of the tests are used in counseling students in the selection of appropriate courses and may be considered in awarding scholarships and course credit. The test fee is set on a yearly basis by ACT. Contact the Testing Center on the Levelland Campus or your high school counselor for a registration bulletin. ACT registration can also be completed online at Associate Degree Nursing Pre-Admissions Test The TEAS test is administered to those seeking admission to any of South Plains College s Associate Degree Nursing programs and is administered through the Testing Center on the Levelland Campus. The prerequisites for the Associate Degree Nursing Program must be completed before taking the TEAS test. Pre-registration is required in order to test. Students can view the testing schedule and pre-register online at www. southplainscollege.edu/testing. Contact the Testing Coordinator, (806) for more information. Cosmetology Pre-Admissions Test The Accuplacer Cosmetology Test is administered to those seeking admission to the Cosmetology program on the Levelland Campus and SPC Plainview Extension Center. Students should apply early. Pre-registration is required in order to test. Contact the Testing Coordinator, (806) or , for test dates and information. The test fee is $20. Students can view the testing schedule, pre-register and pay online at www. southplainscollege.edu/testing. Physical Therapist Assistant Pre-Admissions Test The HOBET exam is the pre-entrance exam for the Physical Therapy Assistant Program offered on the Levelland Campus. Students must be TSI-compliant before signing up to take this exam. Students need to pre-register at least three (3) days in advance of the selected testing date. Students can view the testing schedule and pre-register online at Contact the Testing Coordinator, (806) for more information. Law Enforcement Academy Pre-Admissions Test This test is administered to those seeking admission to the Law Enforcement Academy on the Levelland Campus. Tests are scheduled during the spring and summer semesters. Contact the coordinator of the Law Enforcement Academy, (806) Surgical Technology Pre-Admissions Test This test is administered to those seeking admission to the Surgical Technology program. Scheduled tests are offered at the SPC Reese Center. Individuals should contact the Testing Center at (806) or , or the surgical technology coordinator, , for registration and testing dates. Students can view the testing schedule at Texas Peace Officer License Test This test is administered to those SPC students who receive a TCLEOSE Endorsement of Eligibility from the Police Academy Coordinator to sit for the Basic Peace Officer Examination to be a Texas Peace Officer. Tests are scheduled in the fall and spring semester at the Levelland Campus. Contact the Police Academy Coordinator at (806) Vocational Nursing Pre-Admissions Test The TEAS test is administered to those seeking admission to the Vocational Nursing program on the Levelland, Plainview and Reese Campus. Contact the Testing Center at the appropriate campus for times and dates for the test. Students may contact the Levelland Testing Center at (806) , the Testing Center at the Reese Center at or or the Plainview Vocational Nursing program at The test fee will be based on the cost of the test administration and materials. Students can view the testing schedule, pre-register for tests given at Levelland, Plainview or Reese, and pay online at

19 Advanced Placement Advanced placement grants the student permission to take advanced courses in which he or she does not meet the standard prerequisites. Advanced placement may be granted on the basis of high school work completed, ACT scores or by the approval of the instructor in the course. The granting of advanced placement waives the prerequisites of a course but does not grant college credit. Change of Schedule Class schedule changes may be made in person at the Admissions and Records Office or online using MySPC from the beginning of early registration through the late registration period. A student who wishes to make a class schedule change after the late registration period must originate the request in the Admissions and Records Office. All class schedule changes after the late registration period, including adding and dropping courses, must be arranged by the student in person. Changes are not official until all steps in the process have been completed. An add/drop fee of $5 cash or money order will be charged. Please refer to the online semester calendar for the last day to add or drop a course. If a change of schedule fee is required, the charge is made by the Admissions and Records Office. Class Attendance Whenever absences become excessive as defined in the course syllabus and, in the instructor s opinion, minimum course objectives cannot be met due to absences, the student will be withdrawn from the course. Students are officially enrolled in all courses for which they pay tuition and fees at the time of registration. Should a student, for any reason, delay in reporting to a class after official enrollment, absences will be attributed to the student from the first class meeting. A student who does not attend a class and does not officially withdraw from that course by the official census date of the semester, will be administratively withdrawn from that course and receive a grade of X or F as determined by the instructor. Instructors are responsible for clearly stating their administrative drop policy in the course syllabus, and it is the student s responsibility to be aware of that policy. Students who enroll in a course but have Never Attended by the official census date, will be administratively dropped from the course with a letter grade of X. It is the student s responsibility to verify administrative drops for excessive absences through MySPC using his or her student online account. Students must attend and/or participate in all classes for which financial aid is awarded. If it is determined that a student is awarded financial aid for a class or classes in which the student never attended or participated, the financial aid award will be adjusted in accordance with the classes in which the student did attend/participate and the student will owe any balance resulting from the adjustment. Absence for Military Service In accordance with Texas Education Code Section of, a student is excused from attending classes or engaging in other required activities, including exams, if he or she is called to active military service of a reasonably brief duration. The maximum time for which the student may be excused has been defined by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as no more than 25 percent of the total number of class meetings or the contact hour equivalent (not including the final examination period) for the specific course or courses in which the student is currently enrolled at the beginning of the period of active military service. The student will be allowed a reasonable time after the absence to complete assignments and take exams. Religious Holy Days In accordance with Texas Education Code Section , South Plains College will allow a student who is absent from class for the observance of a religious holy day to take an examination or complete an assignment scheduled for that day within seven (7) calendar days after the absence. Students are required to file a written notification of absence with each instructor within the first fifteen (15) days of the semester in which the absence will occur. Forms for this purpose are available in the Dean of Students Office along with instructions and procedures. Religious holy days means a holy day observed by a religion whose place of worship is exempt from property taxation under Texas Tax Code Section Unit of Credit Semester Hours South Plains College grants academic credit on the basis of semester hours. In general, one semester hour of credit is awarded for passing work in one hour of course instruction, two to four hours of laboratory instruction and four to 16 hours of clinical instruction each week for 16 weeks. Course Numbers All courses are designated with a prefix, which denotes the field of study, and a four-digit course number. The first digit designates the academic level of the course. A first digit of 1 designates an introductory-level credit course; 2 designates an intermediate or advanced level course; and 0 designates a developmental course which cannot be applied toward the required or elective credit hours for an associate degree or certificate. The second digit indicates the number of semester hours the course carries. The last two digits indicate the course sequence. For example, ENGL 1301 would be the first English course in the sequence of courses offered by the English Department. South Plains College numbers its academic transfer courses according to the Texas Common Course Numbering System, which facilitates the transfer of courses and credit among Texas community colleges and universities. Courses that are designed for a specific technical program follow the Workforce Education Course Manual content and numbering system. Class Load The number of semester hours a student may carry, referred to as a course load, is regulated by the Instructional Division Deans. In determining this load, the Dean takes into account the quality of scholastic work performed by the student, the types of courses involved, the student s health and extracurricular interests and activities. The regular load for a full-time student is five academic courses, or semester hours of college work, excluding activity courses in physical education, band or choir for a regular semester, 6-7 semester hours for a five-week summer session, and one course per interim session. No student will be permitted to enroll for more than 19 semester hours of academic work without the written approval of the appropriate Instructional Division Dean. A student on academic probation may not enroll for more than five academic courses or have a total load of more than 16 semester hours, including one-hour courses in physical education or music. Classification of Students Students at South Plains College are classified as follows: Freshman: A beginning student who has not completed 30 semester hours. ABOUT THE COLLEGE 19

20 ABOUT THE COLLEGE 20 Sophomore: A student who has completed at least 30 semester hours, but fewer than 63 semester hours. Unclassified: A student who has completed more than 63 semester hours. Students who wish to transfer to a university with a junior classification should complete a minimum of 62 semester hours before transferring. A student who is enrolled for 12 or more semester hours per semester is considered a full-time student. A student enrolled for fewer than 12 semester hours is considered a part-time student. A full-time student is considered to be making satisfactory progress toward an educational objective when at least 12 semester hours is completed in each semester of enrollment, when a grade point average of 2.00 or higher is achieved, and when an overall grade point average of 2.00 or higher is maintained. Grades A grade is assigned for all courses in which a student is regularly enrolled during any semester or summer session. A grade once earned and entered upon a student s record cannot be removed and may not be changed without the approval of the instructor and the appropriate Instructional Division Dean. If a student repeats a course, it is with the understanding that the last grade earned is the one to be counted toward fulfillment of degree requirements. Student grades may be interpreted as follows: Grade Interpretation Grade Pts./Semester Hour A Excellent 4 B Good 3 C Average 2 D Below Average 1 F Failure 0 I Incomplete Not Computed P Pass Not Computed AU Audit Not Computed PR Progress Not Computed W Student Initiated Withdrawal Not Computed X Administrative Withdrawal Not Computed Students who, for unavoidable reasons due to serious illness or family emergency, are unable to complete the course requirements before the end of the course may request that the course instructor assign to them a grade of I (Incomplete). NOTE: a grade of I WILL NOT be assigned unless the student requests it. The Incomplete Grade Form must be signed by the student, as well as the instructor. It is not given in lieu of an X or F. The instructor assigning the grade will stipulate in writing the conditions under which the I may be removed. The I will be changed to an F if the work is not completed within six months. The student is entirely responsible for completing the work that will remove the I. The grade PR is administered when progress has been made in a developmental course but not sufficient progress to meet the exit criteria of passage of a TSI-approved test for that particular skill area. The PR grade is used only in developmental math courses. Official mid-semester progress reports are not mailed and students are encouraged to check with instructors periodically to determine their progress in each course. Final semester grades are not mailed at the end of each semester. Students are required to utilize MySPC to view their final grades at the end of each semester. MySPC is a free service available to all South Plains College students and is accessible through the SPC web site at Some areas of Campus Connect will be inaccessible to students whose financial or academic records at the college are not in good standing. Grade Point Averages The grade point average for a semester is determined by dividing the total number of grade points earned in collegelevel courses during the semester by the total number of semester hours of college-level courses in which the student was registered in that semester, exclusive of courses in which a grade of W, X, AU, P, PR, or I is received. In the same manner, the overall grade point average is obtained by dividing the total number of grade points earned in college-level courses for which the student has registered at this college by the total number of semester hours of college-level courses for which the student has been registered, including hours of F, but excluding hours for which the grade of W, X, AU, P, PR, or I was received. If a student repeats a course, the last grade earned will be used in computing the overall grade point average. Only courses taken and grades received at South Plains College are used in calculating grade point averages. Audit of Credit Classes Students who would like to register for a regular credit class on an audit basis must adhere to the following regulations: 1. The student must apply and meet all admission requirements. 2. The student must contact the instructor or the department chair for permissoin to audit a course. Laboratory courses, skill and individual instruction courses, and clinical courses are not eligible for audit. Approval for audit is valid only for the class and semester specified and is not transferable. 3. The student must complete the Audit Non-Credit form at the time of registration, and no later than the census date of the semester of enrollment. 4. The student is required to pay full tuition and fees for audit courses. No financial aid will be awarded for audited courses. 5. The student will not receive credit for auditing a class. A grade mark of AU (audit) will be assigned and posted on the student s official transcript. 6. Students who elect to enroll on an audit basis may not subsequently change to a credit status. Students should contact the Dean of Admissions and Records for additional information. Drops and Withdrawals Any student withdrawing from all classes on the Levelland Campus must report in person to the Counseling Center in the Student Services Building for a withdrawal form. Instructions for obtaining a clearance from some departments of the college will be given at this time. Students who wish to drop a course or withdraw from classes at the SPC Reese Center must report, in person, to the Counseling Center at the SPC Reese Center for a withdrawal form. Students at the Byron Martin Advanced Technology Center should contact the counselor at the center for the withdrawal from. Students at the Plainview Extension Center must contact the Counseling Office in person for a withdrawal form. Students who stop attending a class should go through the procedure for dropping a course; otherwise they may be administratively withdrawn for lack of attendance and their record will show an X or F instead of a W. Failure to follow

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