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1 EL PASO COM M U NIT Y COLL EGE Welcome to El Paso Community College This academic class schedule is your guide through the wide selection of courses for college credit and degree-granting programs offered by El Paso Community College. The courses listed can prepare you for a career for a transfer to a four-year university, as well as offer you personal and professional enrichment. In this academic class schedule, you will find a listing of all credit-granting courses, as well as everything you need to know to register for classes. You can register by WEB or telephone. If this is your first time at EPCC, you will need to come to one of our Admissions Offices at any campus or centers and submit an application. If you need more information on programs, please contact the Counseling Office at your nearest campus. If you need help paying for your classes, please go to our Financial Aid Office as soon as possible. Our staff will help you access a variety of federal, state, and local sources of supports. We recommend you start the process early. Our mission is to provide you with the best educational experience possible and to help you get the most out of your classes. Have a great semester! NEW STUDENTS SIX EASY STEPS TO ENROLL Step #1: Apply for admission... page 5 Step #2: Complete Assessment Testing... page 5 Step #3: Attend New Student Orientation/Meet with a counselor... page 6 Step #4: Register for classes... page 7 Step #5: Pay for classes... page 13 Step #6: Get your schedule on line... page 17 REMEMBER, you can register and pay at any campus, by WEB/Online or walk-in. or ONLINE/WEB REGISTRATION DIRECTIONS on page 10 What's Inside Academic Calendar Summer Academic Computing Services About Assessment Testing... 5 About Counseling... 6 Admissions... 5 Assessment Testing... 5 Associate of Arts Degrees/Worksheet Bacterial Meningitis Information Broadcast/TV Courses Classroom Etiquette Computing Your Tuition Core Curriculum Credit by Examination... 6 Definitions and Explanations... 4 Dual Credit Program Distance Education Course Listing Early Academic Advising... 6 English as a Second Language (ESL) Fees Final Exam Schedule Financial Aid Fort Bliss Programs (Special Information)... 6 General Policies How to Compute YourTuition and Fees How to Pay Your Tuition and Fees How to Prepare for WEB and Telephone Registration... 9 How to Read the Schedule of Classes Hybrid Courses Internet Courses Course Login Instructions Learning Communities Not offered in the Summer Mathematics Course Flowcharts NEW 'Point and Click' Online Regisration Directions Power Packs Programs and Services... 4 Registration Schedule... 7 How to Register by WEB... 8 WEB Registration Worksheet... 9 Late WEB Registration... 7 Adding/Dropping Classes Refunds Tuition Refund Schedule Printing of On-line Schedule Schedule of Courses Smart Start Net (Luminus) Student Login Instructions Special Information for Admission to Health Occupations Programs... 5, 18 Student ID Student Withdrawals Telephone Numbers... 2 Tutorial Support Services... 4 Tuition and Fees Tuition and Fees Payment Tuition Rates Tuition Refund Schedule Vehicle Registration Verifying Residency Veterans' Affairs Video Conferencing Courses Weekend College What's Inside Disclaimers This document is for informational purposes only and is not to be construed as a binding offer or contract between the College and the student. This document was prepared in November 2008, and is subject to change without prior notice. Instructional assignments are subject to change in accordance with college policies as the needs of the College may require. Please refer to the college WEB site for a listing of instructors currently assigned, and for any additional updates. Go to:- -Then click on "Students" - then click on "Class Schedules (Online)". Select your "Term," submit, then select your subject, click "Class Search". Instructors are listed. This document is intended to be used with the College Catalog, which provides complete information on courses, as well as College regulations and more details on the academic calendar and procedures. El Paso County Community College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, or disability. 1

2 Phone Numbers IMPORTANT NUMBERS TO REMEMBER All college phone numbers are in the 915 Area Code. GENERAL COLLEGE NUMBERS General and All-Campus Information Career Training Center Francis Administrative Service Center Viscount Fort Bliss Center Bldg. 639 Americana Village Language Center VV Campus DEANS' TELEPHONE NUMBERS Dr. Tammie Campos, VV-SSC Dean of Students Dr. Eileen Conklin, RG-E Arts, Comm., Career & Technical Education, and Social Sciences Dr. Jaime Farias, VV-A Education and Career & Technical Education Claude Mathis, VV-MV Communication and Performing Arts Dr. Paula Mitchell, RG-A240C Health Career & Technical Education, Math, and Science Bobby Ortega, VV-A Architecture, Arts, Drafting, Math, and Science Joyce Ritchey, TM Arts, Comm., and Social Sciences Susana Rodarte, VV-A English as a Second Lang., Reading, and Social Sciences Santiago Rodriguez, MDP-D Instructional Programs Steve Smith, TM Math, Career & Technical Education, and Science Dr. Lydia Tena, NW Instructional Programs Interim Dean of Nursing 2 IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS Academic Computing Services Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Mission del Paso Northwest Accounts Receivable Admissions and Registar's Department Assessment Testing Career Planning/Transfer Center Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Mission del Paso Northwest Center for Students with Disabilities Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Mission del Paso Northwest Cooperative Education Counseling Services Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Mission del Paso Northwest Department of Athletics Distance Education Dual Credit EPCC Police Financial Aid Office GED Testing Health Occupations Admissions Hotline Helpdesk Honors Program International Counselor International Student Office Job Placement & CoOp Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Mission del Paso Northwest Job Line Learning Resource Center Literacy & Workforce Development Registrar Helpdesk Technology Service Desk Retention Action Program (RAP) Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Program for Academic Student Success (PASS) Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Senior Adult Program Service Learning Program Student Leadership Campus Life Student Orientation Student Services Student Success Technology Service Desk Transcripts Testing Services Valle Verde Rio Grande Transmountain Mission del Paso Northwest Texas Success Initiative(TSI) Program (See Counseling Services) Tuitions Tutorial Services Vehicle Registration Veterans Affairs Work Study Program

3 ACADEMIC CALENDAR SUMMER SEMESTER 2009 The Academic Calendar may be modified or revoked without notice in order to enhance the achievement of the District s educational goals. 10-WEEK SUMMER SESSIOON, 2009 February 9 -May WEB REGISTRATION All Sessions May Payment Deadline for WEB Registration May LATE WEB REGISTRATION All Sessions. Payment Deadline during Late WEB is each day at 6:00PM. June 1... CLASSES BEGIN June Add/Drop Registration payment due on day of Registration June 4... Last Day to Submit Notification of Intent to be Absent for Observation of Religious Holy Days June 9... Census Date July 3... Institutional Holiday (No Classes) July 9... Last Day to WITHDRAW with a Grade of W August FINALS August Grades Available Academic Calendar SUMMER MINI 1, 2009 (5WEEKS) February 9 -May WEB REGISTRATION All Sessions May Payment Deadline for WEB Registration May LATE WEB REGISTRATION All Sessions. Payment Deadline during Late WEB is each day at 6:00PM. June 1... CLASSES BEGIN June Add/Drop Registration payment due on day of Registration June 4... Last Day to Submit Notification of Intent to be Absent for Observation of Religious Holy Days June 4... Census Date June Last Day to WITHDRAW with a Grade of W July FINALS July 9... Grades Available Note: Large Summer enrollments at EPCC have made getting the best schedules very competitive. To insure that you get the course you want, it is advised that you register and pay for your Summer Mini II course(s) during the regular open Summer registration periods between February 11th and May14th. SUMMER MINI 1I, 2009 (5WEEKS) June 8-July 2... WEB REGISTRATION/Summer Mini II July 2... Payment Deadline for Summer Mini II Late WEB Registration July 6... CLASSES BEGIN July 6... Add/Drop Registration payment due on day of Registration July 9... Last Day to Submit Notification of Intent to be Absent for Observation of Religious Holy Days July 9... Census Date July Last Day to WITHDRAW with a Grade of W August FINAL EXAMS August Grades Available 3

4 DEFINITIONS AND EXPLANATIONS AUDIT CLASSES If you want to enroll in a class without receiving credit, you must enroll on an "Audit" basis. This requires the approval of a Student Petition by the appropriate Dean prior to the time of registration. Other conditions imposed on the audit of classes are addressed in the section of the College Catalog entitled "Enrollment On An Audit Basis." Financial Aid will not pay for audit classes. Audited classes are not used in the calculation of full or part-time enrollment status. Any changes to or from audit status must be completed prior to census date. Students cannot receive credit for these classes. (Clinical courses may not be audited due to liability insurance requirements.) COURSE COREQUISITES Corequisites mean that certain courses or lecture/lab combinations of the same course must be taken together in the same semester. Information on corequisites is provided in the College Catalog and the Schedule of Classes, and it is your responsibility to ensure that you satisfy the corequisite requirements. Failure to comply may result in being dropped from the course(s) for which the corequisite was identified. COURSE OVERLOADS If you want to enroll for 19 or more semester credit hours during a regular semester, you must obtain approval from a counselor before you register. To be eligible, you must have the equivalent of a 3.0 (B) Grade Point Average in the last semester you were enrolled as a fulltime student. Complete a Student Petition form and have it signed by a counselor. To complete this action, students must go to to the Registrar's at any campus. COURSE PREREQUISITES Prerequisite means that a previous course or condition has to be successfully completed before you are allowed to enroll in to a course. This information is provided in the Course Description Section of the Catalog and in the Schedule of Classes. It is your responsibility to complete the required prerequisites. You will not be allowed to remain enrolled in a course if the prerequisite has not been satisfied. MINIMESTER Minimester is an 8-week session. PROGRAMS AND SERVICES CENTER FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES El Paso Community College is committed to meeting the needs of students with disabilities by providing appropriate educational accommodations. If you have a disability and want more information concerning services that can assist you in reaching your educational goals, please stop by any of our offices or call: Valle Verde, Rm. C-112, ; Rio Grande, Rm. A-201, ; Transmountain, Rm. 1400, ; Northwest, Rm. M54, ; Mission del Paso, Rm. A-125, (all phone numbers are voice or TDD). TUTORIAL SUPPORT SERVICES P.A.S.S. (Program for Academic Student Success) (P.A.S.S.) is federally funded through the U.S. Department of Education (Student Support Services) TRIO Projects that provides support services for first generation, low income and/or individuals with disabilities to help them remain in college, make progress toward academic objectives, graduate with an associate degree or transfer to a four-year institution. P.A.S.S. provides tutoring in the English, Math and Reading Developmental Education Classes. THEA test preparation support groups are also available. Study skills development workshops in Time Management, Textbook skills, Note-taking, Test-taking and Math Anxiety are provided, as well as, academic advisement and personal growth and development. Locations: VV A-1401 MDP C-151 RG A-250 TM LRC 1606 TUTORIAL SERVICES Tutorial Services provides free instructional assistance through one-to-one and small group tutoring. Assistance is provided for an array of college courses across all disciplines. Locations: VV A-1419 MDP E-108 RG A-250 TM LRC-1606 NW M-68 RAP (Retention Action Program) The Retention Action Program can provide you with services which help you complete an occupational certificate or associate degree program. RAP has five basic functions: tutoring (one-to-one) in the content area; identifying and encouraging the Learning to Learn Method of Inquiry to promote student success; providing computer-assisted instruction and cooperative learning which includes group learning and oral language development; and workshops to promote and support student academic achievement. Locations: VV A-1401 MDP E-108 NWC M-68D RG A-250 E- 120 TM LRC 1606 PREP (Pretesting/Retesting Educational Program) The Pretesting/Retesting Educational Program offers free assistance in placement test preparation for the ACCUPLACER exam (EPCC's Placement Test). PREP services include a two hour overview that identifies the ACCUPLACER test objectives in Reading, Writing, and Math, an initial skill assessment, and a customized computerassisted tutoring plan. PREP's goal focuses in providing students the opportunity for an accurate course placement. Locations: VV A-1416 MDP E-108 RG A-250 TM 1507 NW M68-D PARKING FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Disability parking stickers may be obtained from the County Tax Office. Students must meet County disability requirements. Register your vehicle with the EPCC Police Traffic to receive your free parking decal. Submit documentation with Valid picture I.D. and Vehicle license plate number to EPCC Traffic. 4

5 STEP 1 1 STEP 1 ADMISSIONS El Paso Community College has an "Open Door Policy", which means you can be admitted to the College if you have a high school diploma or a GED, or if you have previously attended another college or university, or if you may potentially benefit from the educational programs of the District. Please note, however, that admission to the College does not imply admission to all of the programs in the college, since some programs have additional requirements. Any applicant who is not a citizen of the United States and who does not qualify as a resident alien, or an alien allowed by Acts of Congress to adopt the U.S. as his/her domicile while he/she is here must meet the admissions requirements for non-u.s. citizens. Compliance with all requirements, procedures, and restrictions established for the applicant's visa category by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is required for admission and continued enrollment. The admission process for credit programs, which leads to a degree or certificate, is simple. You will want to complete it as early as possible to be ready to enroll and register for the best class schedule. 1. Pick up, complete, and return an Admissions Application Form available at any campus Admissions Office. 2. Have your official high school, GED, or college transcripts sent to the EPCC Admissions Department, P.O. Box 20500, El Paso, Texas To be considered "official", transcripts must be sent directly to El Paso Community College from the other school(s). Request forms are available in the Admissions Offices. 3. Take a placement test for math, reading, and writing. If you are an entering Freshman student, you will be referred by the Admissions Office for testing. If you are a transfer student, you may be referred by Admissions or Counseling Services for appropriate testing, if needed. Note: For complete Admissions information, please see the EPCC Catalog. STEP 2 2 All new students must take an assessment test approved by the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) for Texas public institutions of higher education before they may enroll in a college credit program. EPCC uses the ACCUPLACER computerized tests for both TSI and course placement purposes. For more information about assessment/placement testing, visit our webpage at testingservices. These tests are designed to assess your academic skills in reading, writing, and math so that you may be properly advised for college level studies. Some students may be required to take a Spanish placement test. English as Second Language (ESOL) students will be required to take an English language proficiency test. Admissions will determine which placement test(s) you need to take and will provide you with a testing referral for you to take to the Testing Center to arrange your testing appointment. If there is a fee for your test, you must pay for it prior to receiving a testing appointment. Testing Services will provide you with general information regarding each placement test. Students needing special accommodations must contact the Center for Students with Disabilities office at VV ( ) or at any other campus prior to scheduling a testing appointment. On Test Day: Arrive a few minutes early so that you can find the correct testing room. Remember to bring your testing referral/ appointment form and your photo ID (we can not test you without your ID). You may bring a simple, four-function calculator to use on the math placement tests. The calculator is subject to inspection by the testing staff before use is permitted in the testing room. Please do not bring other testing aids (i.e., dictionaries), telephones, beepers, or music headsets. These items are not permitted in the testing rooms. 5 SPECIAL INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS SEEKING ADMISSION TO HEALTH OCCUPATION PROGRAMS Entry into some health occupations programs (majors) is competitive. Students seeking entry into these majors must apply via a Specialized Admissions Application Form, pay the specialized application and testing fees, attend a Health Careers Orientation, and meet all program specific criteria. Interested students should see a Health Occupations Counselor for latest details on which health majors require the competitive specialized admission process for entry into their programs. Specialized Admissions is a two-part competitive process. First, students apply for admission into a desired health occupations program (major) and must meet a series of general and required criteria as specified by that program. Second, students who satisfy all general and program specific application requirements are then competitively ranked based upon their current ACCUPLACER assessment test scores and most recent grades in course work directly related to the program. Students applying for specialized admissions must first be fully accepted into the academic program at EPCC. Although all health occupations programs require attendance at the Health Careers Orientation and submission of the Specialized Admissions Application, they each may have different program specific application requirements. Some of the program specific criteria that may be different between programs are minimum ACCUPLACER test scores, required courses, ranking courses, cumulative grade point averages, submission of high school/ GED transcripts, background clearances, drug screening, current physical examinations and immunizations, CPR certification, First Aid Certification, and/or attendance of program specific orientations. See your Health Occupations Counselor for current program specific criteria as application/ranking criteria may change each year based upon the curriculum to be in effect for the term when students are to be awarded the major and actually begin class in the program. Applicants must meet requirements in effect for application and ranking each year, and these requirements are subject to change. Students must meet with Health Occupations Counselors to ensure their application status is current and correct. Official ranking dates (the date that seats will be offered to applicants of the program) will vary for each major depending upon which semester the program actually begins. See your Health Occupations Counselor for program ranking and start dates. STEP 2 ABOUT ASSESSMENT TESTING Immediately following your testing session, you will receive an appointment for your new student orientation. A counselor will review your test scores and discuss your academic plans with you. EPCC will accept ACCUPLACER Online computerized tests scores taken at UTEP for placement purposes when the scores are officially transmitted to EPCC. Hand-carried score reports are not considered official. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ASSESSMENT / PLACEMENT TEST IMPROVE ACCUPLACER TEST SCORES: SAVE TIME SAVE MONEY! EPCC s Pretesting and Retesting Education Program (PREP) offers free help in placement test preparation. This will give you the opportunity to move up on the Developmental Education (DE) sequence or to exit DE classes altogether. The services include initial skills assessment, a customized tutoring plan, and post-test assessment. Call or come by the office on any campus: Mission del Paso: Room A-250 Northwest: Room M-68D Rio Grande: Room E 108 Transmountain: Room 1605 Valle Verde: Room MV4-D Step 1 Admissions Step 2 Assesment Testing

6 Step 3 Counseling STUDENTS CAN NOT TEST AND REGISTER ON THE SAME DAY. FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION, CALL the Technology Service Desk at CREDIT BY EXAMINATION Students have the opportunity to earn credit by demonstrating knowledge and/or skill through successful completion of College approved proficiency examinations. If you are interested in earning College credit by testing out of a course, please contact the Testing Center for complete information. Before deciding to attempt proficiency exams for a course, consult with an academic advisor and the Evaluations Office to be sure that the course is in your degree plan. If you plan to transfer to another college or university, be sure they will accept credits gained through institutional proficiency examination. Credit may only be awarded to regularly matriculated students in an academic program. Go to services "Credit By Exam" to learn more about these options. Things To Consider: Proficiency exams may not transfer to other institutions. A course may be challenged only one time and only if you have never been previously enrolled in it. Proficiency exam fees are non-refundable. Additional administration fees may apply for exams that cannot be administered at the Testing Center. Proficiency exams should be completed prior to registration. Students required by their degree plans to complete 6 hours of Political Science or 6 hours of History are advised that Texas law requires at least 3 of the 6 hours of each of the requirements to be completed in a classroom. External Exams College credits may be earned through a variety of national testing programs such as the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) and DANTES Subject Standardized Tests (DSST Program). The Testing Center can provide information regarding available tests, dates, and fees. Be sure to consult with an academic advisor and the Evaluations Office ( ) about transferability and/or application to your degree plan. Is Your Information Current? Keeping your information current with the Registrar s Office is important. It helps us inform you if classes have been cancelled, if there have been any changes in your schedule, or if we need to contact you for any reason. Your information is kept confidential. It also informs us of an emergency contact for you. If you have moved or changed your information lately, please take the time to fill out this form and take it to the Registrar s Office at your convenience. Thank you. Name of Student: ID: - - Address: Street City State Zip Code Major: Catalog Year: In case of emergency, please contact: Name Phone Number Relationship to Student Student Signature STEP 3 ABOUT COUNSELING STEP 3 3 El Paso Community College requires all students to meet with a Counselor/Advisor before completing their first enrollment and registration for each semester. Students will be provided with information about their educational plans. Counselors/Advisors are available at all campuses to provide services, including new student orientations, educational degree planning, career exploration, and more. All students who have tested into one or more areas of remediation must be cleared by a counselor/advisor prior to registration. New Student Orientations are to provide new students with information about the Student Code of Conduct, procedures, programs, registration, and services available at the College. Returning students should visit a counselor/advisor each semester to verify previous courses completed and those remaining courses necessary for graduation. The counseling staff is also an excellent resource for students who want to broaden their interpersonal skills, recognize their aptitudes, abilities, and generally improve their self-development. New Student Orientation: All new students are required to attend an orientation prior to enrollment at EPCC. Students will receive the latest information about financial aid, scholarships, transferring to a university, career and degree planning, student activities, registration/course selection, and much more. Additionally, students will have an opportunity to meet with a counselor/advisor, declare a major, review degree plans, and enroll for the upcoming semester. NOTE: ALL STUDENT-INITIATED DROPS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL COURSES MUST HAVE A COUNSELOR'S SIGNATURE. STUDENTS ON ACADEMIC SUSPENSION MUST SEE A COUNSELOR BEFORE THEY ARE AUTHORIZED TO REGISTER. Counselors will NOT be able to assist students with their graduation application during registration. TRANSFER STUDENTS MUST BRING WITH THEM UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS FROM ALL COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ATTENDED FOR ADVISING PUR- POSES. After completing the above steps, you can proceed with the registration process (see page 8). Tuition and fees must be paid in full at the time of registration unless you make arrangements through the installment plan. NOTE: New students taking advantage of WEB Registration must complete their Admissions, Testing, and Orientation requirements prior to their Registration date. 1. Financial Aid... Prior to Registration 2. Admissions... On-going 3. Testing... On-going 4. New Student Orientation... On-going EARLY ACADEMIC ADVISING See a Counselor/Advisor at any campus early in the semester to avoid long lines and delays during registration. SPECIAL INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS AT FORT BLISS During the Spring/Fall/Summer, the College will offer 8-week minimester(s) on Fort Bliss. Students may register for these courses either during the on-post registration, WEB registration. Contact the EPCC Fort Bliss Office at for schedule of classes or other information. 6

7 STEP 4 REGISTRATION SCHEDULE 7 4 *Summer Graduates Only *ATTENTION GRADUATES: In order to take advantage of the early Summer registration, you must apply for graduation before February 9, (You must see a counselor for application). Counselors will NOT be able to assist students with their graduation application during open registration. CLASSES BEGIN MONDAY, JUNE 1, 2009 WEB REGISTRATION FEBRUARY 9 - MAY 21, 2009 (ALL SESSIONS) (Registration System may be closed for short periods nightly between midnight and 6am for maintenance) REGISTRATION SCHEDULE Monday, February 9 Tuesday, February 10 thru Thursday, May 21 OPEN REGISTRATION PAYMENT DEADLINE FOR WEB REGISTRATION: MAY 21, 2009 BY 6 PM. DO NOT WAIT FOR A STATEMENT OR BILL! IF YOU DO NOT PAY BY THE DEADLINE, YOU FORFEIT YOUR SCHEDULE. YOU MAY VIEW AND GET YOUR PAID SCHEDULE AT: Quick Login - Online Registration - Login to your account - Select - Student Services at Financial Aid - Registration - Student Schedule Day and Time. LATE WEB REGISTRATION MAY 26 - MAY 29, 2009 (ALL SESSIONS) PAYMENT DEADLINE IS 6:00 ON DAY OF REGISTRATION ($15 Late Fee Charge) (Payment during Late Registration must be made daily by 6 pm or class schedule will be forfeited.) The Late WEB and Add/Drop Registration periods are also the time to add or drop courses (No fee for WEB add/drop. In person add/drop fee is $5.00 per transaction.) Registration is the responsibility of each individual student. Registration by friends and/or relatives will only be permitted upon written authorization from the student. The Student Services Center will be open from 8 am to 6 pm (Monday through Friday) during Late WEB and Add/Drop Registration to assist students. DO NOT WAIT FOR A STATEMENT OR BILL! IF YOU DO NOT PAY, BY DEADLINES YOU WILL FORFEIT YOUR SCHEDULE. ADD/DROP REGISTRATION OFFICE HOURS 8 AM TO 6 PM, JUNE 1-2, 2009 PAYMENT DEADLINE IS 6:00PM ON DAY OF REGISTRATION. LATE WEB AND ADD/DROP REGISTRATION CHANGES ($15 Late Fee Charge) SUMMER MINI II 6 AM to 12 MIDNIGHT: June 8-July2 *Open Registration Payment deadline for Late WEB and Add/Drop Registration July 2, 2009 by 6 PM. Classes Begin: Monday, July 6, ADD/DROP REGISTRATION OFFICE HOURS - 8AM TO 6PM, July 6, 2009 PAYMENT FOR ADD DROP DUE ON DAY OF REGISTRATION FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION, CALL the Technology Service Desk at Step 4 Registration

8 WEB REGISTRATION WEB Registration: February 9 - May 21, 2009 (All Sessions). Payment Deadline May 21, 2009 Late WEB Registration: May 26-29, 2009 (All Sessions). Each Day at 6 PM Add/Drop Registration June 1-2, 2009 (All Sessions). Each Day at 6 PM. Summer Mini II Late WEB Registratin and Add/Drop June 8 - July 2 (Summer Mini II). Payment Deadline July 2, Summer Mini II Add/Drop Registration: July 6, Payment Each Day at 6 PM. YOU CAN REGISTER BY WEB IF: You are a returning student who requires remediation and have been pre-advised by a counselor. You have no unpaid fines, fees, or past due financial aid accounts. You are in Good Standing academically. *Students requiring developmental level classes must be cleared 24 hours before their registration day. YOU CAN NOT REGISTER BY WEB IF: You are a new student and have not completed assessment/placement testing and new student orientation. You require developmental courses and have not been advised by a counselor. You have not had your official college transcripts sent to EPCC. You are enrolling in first year Allied Health and Nursing classes. You owe money to the College for unpaid fines, fees, or past due financial aid accounts. You are on Academic Suspension. *Students requiring developmental level classes must be cleared 24 hours before their registration day. HOW TO REGISTER BY WEB: 1. You may want to complete your web registration worksheet on page 9 before you begin. 2. Log on to the internet. 3. Enter: Click on Quick Login, Select On Line Registration to go to the site 4. Select Login to Student, Faculty and Employee Services under the Access Menu. 5. Enter your Social Security or ID Number. 6. Enter your Birthdate. For example, if your birthday is July 6, 1945, you d enter: MMDDYY Re-enter your Birthdate. Click Login. 8. Select the Student and Financial Aid Menu to register or select the Personal Information Menu to view your student information on the Main Menu. 9. DON T FORGET TO CLICK ON COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION after you have selected your courses. 10. Pay the tuition and fees by the payment deadline to complete the registration. DON T WAIT FOR A STATEMENT!!! Call the Technology Service Desk at , Monday and Thursday from 8 am 6 pm or Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 am 5 pm if you have questions about registration or the worksheets. Payment Deadline for WEB Registration: May 21, 2009(All Sessions) Payment Deadline for Late Web Registration: Each Day at 6 PM. Payment Deadline for Add/Drop Registration: Each Day at 6 PM. Payment Deadline for Late Summer Mini II WEB and Add/Drop Registration: July 2, Payment Deadline for Summer II Add/Drop: Each Day at 6 PM. The following views are available on the EPCC WEB page: CLASS SCHEDULE Course Class Schedule - current listing of scheduled courses for the semester. Course information is automatically updated to show course additions and changes in time/day and room location. Schedule Information - calendar, registration dates, final exam schedule, etc., and the same information as found in the current Credit Class Schedule. COURSE CATALOG Retrieve prerequisite, corequisite, and major restriction information for courses in the schedule. To access the following views, you must select the EPCC Login menu by entering your social security or I.D. number and birthdate. Student Services & Financial Aid - apply for admission, register for classes; look up classes to add, display your class schedule, view your holds and registration fee assessment, and display your grades and academic transcript (informational). Requests for unofficial academic transcripts must be made through the Registrar's office. Call for information. Personal Information - view your address, telephone, and directory profile. 8

9 HOW TO PREPARE FOR WEB REGISTRATION Students who plan to register during the WEB Registration must first complete the following steps: All Students must: * Verify your residency if you have not been enrolled for the last 12 months (see Residency information on page 11). * If you need developmental classes, you must see a counselor at least 24 hours prior to your date to register. New Students must: * Complete and submit an Admissions Application prior to the deadlines identified in the Academic Calendar. * Complete the College's assessment tests. * Attend a New Student Orientation. WEB REGISTRATION WORKSHEET ONLINE/WEB REGISTRATION DIRECTIONS on page 10 Welcome To WEB Registration! Before you actually use the system, take a few moments to complete the course registration worksheet below. Check the Schedule of Classes for your registration dates. When you are ready to register, have the completed worksheet by the computer for reference. The registration process is easy! When you access the WEB page address listed below, you will be asked to enter your social security number and your birthdate, and then you will be given a list of options. If you enter any invalid data, the system alerts you of the error and prompts you for the correct information. You have 30 minutes to complete your registration; however, if there's no response from you for 3 minutes, the system will terminate session. Before you exit, check your class schedule. Important: Students who use the EPCC WEB registration system are encouraged to conduct all registration transactions on the WEB. Should you wish to reinstate a course that you dropped in person, you will have to select the "WEB Withdrawal" for the dropped course and save. You can then proceed to add the course to your schedule if available. To access WEB Registration, enter: 1. Under the Access Menu select: "Login to Student, Faculty, and Employee Services." 2. Enter your Social Security or ID Number. 3. Enter your Birthdate, (Example: MMDDYY ), when finished click "Login." 4. Re-enter your Birthdate. Then click "Login." 5. On the Main Menu, select the Student and Financial Aid Menu to register, or select the Personal Information Menu to view your student information. Your social security or ID number (9 digits): _ Your birthdate (6 digits): (Example: MMDDYY ) Students with number enter the follow by the number. Using the Schedule of Classes, select the course request numbers (CRNs) of the courses you want to add or drop. Select alternate CRNs in case you don't get your first choice. CRN SUBJECT COURSE DAY/TIME The CRNs you want to drop from your schedule: ATTENTION: Credit card payment is NOW available when you use the proper selection during WEB Registration. DON'T FORGET TO CLICK ON "COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION!" 9

10 ONLINE REGISTRATION DIRECTIONS 1. Go to El Paso Community College website 5. Click on Registration 2. Point to Online Services. Click on "Online Registration" in the drop down menu Enter your EPCC ID and PIN click on the Login button. Please call the Help Desk at (915) with any problems 1 4. Click on Registration and Add/Drop Classes 7. Select Term in which you are registering for and click submit. 8. If known enter your CRNs, or do the worksheet on page 9 or find your classes in this schedule or Click on Class Search and pick and enter. Hint Read each screen carefully for additional information and directions. Click on Student & Financial 10 Continued on page 11.

11 9. Click on Submit Changes Hint Read each screen carefully for additional information and directions. 11. Click on COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION/FEE ASSESSMENT 10. Click on RETURN TO MENU (Top right hand corner) PLEASE CALL THE HELP DESK AT (915) WITH ANY PROBLEMS. 12. Click on EXIT (Top right hand corner) EPCC MATHEMATICS FLOWCHARTS Use this chart to help you select the correct math course for your major. 11

12 ADDING/DROPPING CLASSES You may modify your class schedule by adding or dropping classes during the designated time period identified in the current Credit Class Schedule. Courses may be added or dropped only during the prescribed time period and only for the following reasons: A class in your schedule has been canceled; The day, time, or location of a class in your schedule has changed; or You lack the prerequisite(s) for a class in which you are enrolled. For add/drop changes to be official, you must complete the entire add/drop process, which includes receiving your corrected receipt from the Tuitions Office. There is a fee of $5.00 for each add action and each drop action through the end of the refund period that is specified in the current Credit Class Schedule for the particular semester/session in which you are enrolled. This fee is non-refundable and is not covered by Financial Aid. If you are dropping a developmental course, you must see a counselor first. NOTE: ALL STUDENT-INITIATED DROPS WITH REMEDIAL COURSES MUST HAVE A COUNSELOR'S SIGNATURE. ATTENTION: ALL STUDENTS WHO REGISTER OR ADD/ DROP THEIR CLASSES AFTER CLASSES BEGIN ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A 100% REFUND. You must pick up a new Tuition Recept after each add/drop action. Before You Drop That Course...Stop... Think... Students who began attending Texas public institutions of higher education for the first time during the Fall 2007 semester or later are subject to a 6-Drop limit for all undergraduate classes Developmental, ESL, Dual Credit and Early College High School Classes are exempt from this rule. Whether or not students are subject to the new rule, they should consult with their instructor before dropping a class. Academic intervention may be available. Students are encouraged to see Counseling Services if dropping for other personal reasons. STUDENT WITHDRAWALS Students may withdraw from a course or courses for Fall and Spring (16 week courses) up to the twelfth week. For Summer I and II (5 week), they may withdraw up to the second and a half week and for Summer I (10 week courses), up to the sixth week. Please refer to the current Credit Class Schedule for the actual date of "W" drop. Inperson withdrawal may be initiated through the Admissions and Registrar s Office at any campus. If you are unable to drop your course or courses in person, a written withdrawal request may be faxed or sent to the Registrar's Office at the Valle Verde Campus, P.O. Box 20500, El Paso, Texas Postmark date will determine the refund amount. The first class day refers to the day classes begin, as published in the College s current Credit Class Schedule, and does not refer to the first scheduled class day for any particular course or student. For additional information, call or Registrar Office Fax Number: Note: All student-initiated drops for remedial courses must have a counselor's signature. 12 CLASS CHANGES/CANCELLATIONS/ DROPS The College reserves the right to change the published Class Schedule without prior notice in order to fulfill its educational mission or to cancel classes with insufficient enrollment. If you are affected by a class cancellation, you will need to go through the Add/Drop process at any campus to replace the course or you will receive a refund by check for the cancelled class(es), (see current Credit Class Schedule for dates). Please meet with a counselor prior to dropping any classes. It is recommended that students keep their current address and phone number up to date. VERIFICATION OF ELIGIBILITY FOR RESIDENT TUITION During the admissions process, your residency for tuition purposes will be determined. Residents of Texas are charged a different tuition rate than those who are not residents. The residency categories set by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board are resident, non-resident, or foreign student. Anyone who does not meet Texas residency criteria will be classified as a non-resident. Basically, you need to present documentation indicating that you have lived in the State of Texas for 12 months prior to enrolling at EPCC. Current and returning EPCC students who are residents for tuition purposes, but have not attended EPCC during the last 12 months, must reverify their eligibility for in-state tuition rates at any campus Admissions Office. Until residency is reverified, you will be able to log on and select courses, but will be unable to pay and complete the registration process. Once residency is validated, you can complete the registration for the selected courses. It is the responsibility of the student to re-establish residency for tuition purposes based upon the previous 12 months. Acceptable Documents to Verify Your Residency: Official transcripts from a Texas high school showing your graduation within the year. Written statement from your employer, on company letterhead, showing dates of employment and your address for the past 12 months. A permanent Texas Driver's License or Texas ID card at least one year old. A Texas Voter Registration Card in your name issued at least one year ago. A lease agreement showing your name and address of record covering the last 12 months. Current Property Tax (ad valorem) receipts for property in El Paso County. A written statement from your bank, on bank letter head, showing account number and your address for at least the past 12 months. Utility receipts in your name for the last 12 months, Or a combination of additional documents as may be required by the Admissions Office for special circumstances. Previous two (2) years Federal Income Tax returns indicating that the student is claimed as a dependant by parents or legal guardian, and supporting documentation indicating filee's Texas residency for previous 12 months (documents may include W-2 forms or any of the above listed documents). VERIFICATION OF RESIDENCE Texas Law requires the District to verify the residency status for tuition purposes of all students enrolling. Personnel on active duty in the United States military and their spouse/dependents may qualify for exemption from non-resident tuition rates at the time of registration by providing a copy of a Duty Status Statement FB 1207, signed by the sponsor's commanding officer. Such students are entitled to pay the instate resident rate as long as they reside continuously in Texas or remain in the same degree or certificate program.

13 Step 5 Pay for Classes STEP 5 STEP 5 TUITION AND FEES Tuition rates for credit courses are established on the basis of your residence status as defined by the Texas Education Code and Rules and Regulations of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. If you are in one of the non-texas resident classifications and wish to appeal your classification, please contact the Admissions Office. Any change to resident status must be documented and processed prior to the census date. Proof of exemption is required for each period of enrollment. If you are a resident of Dona Ana or Otero counties in New Mexico, you may qualify to pay in-district tuition rates, so check the Catalog or call Refer to the Catalog for tuition rate exceptions, exemptions and special circumstances related to residency status. For information on tuition exemptions, call the Financial Aid Office at any campus. When computing your tuition rates, please note the "other charges" section. Tuition and fees must be paid in full by the required deadline. For further information, call Tuition Services at ADDITIONAL TUITION CHARGES FOR "THREE-PEATERS" A $40.00 per credit hour tuition charge will be assesed to students repeating courses more than two times. The following is a list of courses not subject to this tuition charge. DANC 11XX Performance DANC 12XX Spanish Dance DANC 13XX DANC 1345 Modern Dance I (C) DANC 21XX DANC 22XX DANC 23XX MUAP 12XX Individual Instruction MUAP 22XX Individual Instruction MUEN 11XX Ensemble MUEN 21XX Ensemble KINE 1100 Conditioning KINE 1104 Jogging KINE 1108 Martial Arts KINE 1116 Basketball KINE 1120 Soccer KINE 2100 Weight Training I KINE 2104 Weight Training II KINE 2108 Tennis I KINE 2116 Swimming I KINE 2120 Swimming II KINE 2124 Volleyball I KINE 2132 Karate I KINE 2136 Karate II CDEC 1395 Special Topics In Child Care Provider/Assistant DAAC 1391 Special Topics In Alcohol/Drug Abuse Counseling FLMC 1191, 1291, 1391 Special Topics in Fil,/Cinema Studies I, II, II IBUS 1391 Special Topics In International Business TUITION RATES RESIDENT TUITION AND FEES Credit Resident General Use Total Hours Tuition Fee Fees* For each For each For each additional additional additional hour, the per hour, the per hour, the per hour cost is hour cost is hour cost is $36.75 $10.00 $46.75 *Lab fees, individual instruction fees, and professional practice insurance fees must be identified and added to the totals shown above. When computing your tuition fees, please note the computation worksheet. NON-RESIDENT TUITION AND FEES Credit Non-Resident General Use Total Hours Tuition Fee Fees* , , , , , For each For each For each additional hour additional hour additional hour after 6 credit hours, the per hour after 6 credit the per hour cost is $10.00 hours, cost is $69.50 the per hour cost is $79.50 *Lab fees, individual instruction fees, and professional practice insurance fees must be identified and added to the totals shown above. When computing your tuition fees, please note the computation worksheet. ITSC 1391 Special Topics In Computer Information Technologies PTHA 1491 Special Topics In Clinical Practice For The Physical Therapist Assistant SLNG 1391 Special Topics In Sign Language Interpreter VNSG 1391 Special Topics In Licensed Vocational Nurse(LVN) Training Math For Articulating High School Students 13

14 FEES REFUNDABLE FEES* - MAY APPLY DURING THE DROP PROCESS Tuition* General Property Deposit Fee:*... $10 General Use Fee:... $10 per credit-hour Individual Instruction Fee: $20 per one credit-hour course, $35 per two credit-hour course Laboratory Fee:... $12 *Only refunded on complete withdrawls, according to refund percentage during the refund period. NON-REFUNDABLE FEES Add/Drop Fee:... $ 5 for each add and each drop Administrative Reinstatement Fee:... $15 Administrative Withdrawal Fee:... $15 Emergency Loan Processing Fee:... $ 5 Emergency Loan Late Payment Fee:... $10 International Students Application Fee:... $15 Vehicle Registration Fee:... $ 5 per semester Late Registration Fee:... $15 Installment Tuition Loan Processing Fee:... $ 5 Installment Tuition Loan Late Payment Fee:... $10 Health Careers Admission Application $10.00 one-time, nonrefundable fee assessed with initial application for consideration into a Health Occupations discipline. Professional Practice Insurance Fee: $8.50 per semester for designated courses in the following areas: Child Development Community Health Worker Cosmetology Dental Assisting Dental Hygiene Diagnostic Medical Sonography Health Information Technology Health Information Technology-Health Information Coding Health Information Technology-Medical Transcription Medical Assisting Technology Medical Laboratory Technology Nursing Pharmacy Technology Physical Therapist Assistant Radiation Therapy Technology Radiologic Technology Respiratory Care Technology Social Work Surgical Technology Vocational Nursing $35.50 per semester for Emergency Medical Services Other Fees: Returned Check Fee: Prevailing rate charged by the District's bank. A $10 Property Deposit may be assessed AFTER registration of your classes is completed. FINANCIAL AID Financial Aid Programs are designed to assist students who have difficulty meeting the cost of attending EPCC. To accomplish this, the college has developed a strong student Financial Aid Program that offers scholarships, grants, long and short term loans, and campus employment to eligible students. Students may obtain information and application forms for all programs at any campus Financial Aid Office or at Office Hours: Monday and Thursday: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8 am to 6 pm 8 am to 5 pm How to Apply Submit the FAFSA to the Department of Education via: a. The Internet (process time is 10 working days). Include EPCC's school code, b. Mail, using the envelope provided (Process time is 4 to 6 weeks) Submit academic transcripts from any college/university you may have attended previously to EPCC Admissions Office. Respond to any correspondence requesting additional information or documentation. (Update Your Current Information on page 6) Check financial aid status online at All requirements as well as awards are posted on this site. Sign and return a Financial Aid Authorization Form. Beginning financial aid recipients will be asked to submit this form once: it remains in effect unless rescinded by the student. If applying for a Stafford Loan, attend entrance counseling prior to completing the required application online. Maintaining Eligibility for Financial Aid Federal regulations mandate minimum standards of satisfactory progress for students receiving financial assistance. This requirement applies to a student s entire history whether Financial Aid was received or not. The standards for determining progress at El Paso Community College are composed of four separate measurements: calulated GPA, percentage of completed hours attempted, accumulated attempted hours and Academic Standing. Detailed information on this criteria is available in the College Catalog. Students on academic suspension status are not eligible for Financial Aid until the College s requirements for satisfactory progress are fulfilled. Important Financial Aid Information You must attend classes to receive Financial Aid. If you drop any course(s), you may be required to repay all or a portion of the aid received. Students who do not attend classes prior to the census date or stop attending before 60% of the term has passed, will owe a portion of the aid received. If money is left over after current debts are paid to the College, the balance will be deposited into your bank account through direct deposit. Make sure that your direct deposit information is current. Awards are based on full-time enrollment. If you enroll for less than full-time, you may no longer qualify or may receive an adjusted amount. Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible in order to assure a timely disbursement of funds. 14

15 HOW TO COMPUTE YOUR TUITION AND FEES 1. TUITION Example, if you are enrolling for 6 hours your tuition is $ (Resident Rates) or $ (Non-Resident Rates) $ 2. GENERAL USE FEE Example, if you re enrolling for 6 hours, your general use fee is $ LAB FEE Lab fee, if applicable, can be found in the italicized information directly below the course(s) in which you re enrolling. Example, if you re enrolling in Biology 1406, your lab fee is $12.00 $ $ 4. PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE INSURANCE FEE Some Allied Health/Nursing, Public Service, and Cooperative Education courses require insurance. Check Schedule of Classes section for the non-refundable fee information. $ 5. INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION FEE If applicable, as identified in the Schedule of Classes $ 6. VEHICLE REGISTRATION FEE $5.00 (If applicable) $ TOTAL TUITION AND FEES: $ OTHER CHARGES NOTE: Pay these charges only if they apply to you. If previously paid, do not add into total. $ 7. APPLICATION FEE (ONLY International Students) (Non-refundable) $15.00 $ 8. STUDENT GENERAL PROPERTY DEPOSIT FEE A $10.00 fee refundable upon request on withdrawal or graduation. (Financial Aid cannot be used to pay this fee.) $10.00 $ TOTAL OTHER CHARGES: $ HOW TO PAY YOUR TUITION AND FEES You will have to pay your Tuition and Fees at the end of the registration process, or your registration will not be accepted. For your convenience, there are several options offered: the College's Installment Tuition Loan, payment by credit card, and payment by cash or check. For further information, call DEBIT/CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Payment of tuition and fees can be made with debit cards and the following credit cards: VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EX- PRESS, and DISCOVER. Check with the Bookstore for the credit cards accepted for payment of books and supplies. The College will only take credit card charges over the phone through the Telephone Registration system. Faxes are accepted with proper authorization (see fax information sheet). INSTALLMENT TUITION LOAN The College offers an installment loan option for all semesters. If you choose this option, you must pay one-half of your tuition and fees at the time of registration, and the remaining two-quarters are due in equal installments by the sixth and eleventh week of classes. Note: The Installment Tuition Loan Plan is only available prior to the first day of class. The following additional policies will apply: 1. A $5.00 processing fee 2. Students must show one of the following valid identifications: A. Texas Driver License B. Texas I.D. C. New Mexico Driver License D. Military I.D. 3. The Emergency Loan cannot be used with this option. 4. The loan can only be used one time per semester. Any additional add-on must be paid by the student. 5. A late fee is added if a student misses payment on the loan. 6. Students who completely withdraw will still be responsible for the entire Emergency or Installment Loan. NOTE: The Installment Tuition Loan Plan is only available prior to the first day of class for all semesters. CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT TUITION Students registered at more than one public college or university in Texas at the same time will pay the full tuition charges to the first institution and pay the per credit-hour charges and all related fees to the second institution. Students must provide a copy of a paid tuition receipt or a letter of authorization from the other Texas institution at the time of registration to the Registrars Office at El Paso Community College. The receipt must reflect the period for which the student is enrolling at EPCC. TUITION AND FEES/ OTHER CHARGES GRAND TOTAL: $ You may fax or mail your VISA, MASTERCARD, AMERICAN EXPRESS, or DISCOVER Credit Card information in the format provided below: FAX INFORMATION SHEET STUDENT'S NAME: STUDENT'S ID #: VISA#, MC#, AMEX # OR DISCOVER : EXPIRATION DATE: YEAR/SEMESTER: HOME PHONE #: WORK PHONE #: ADDRESS: I AUTHORIZE EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE TO CHARGE $ FOR MY TUITION AND FEES FOR THE ABOVE STUDENT'S NAME. SIGNED DATE EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE TUITION S FAX NUMBER IS (915)

16 TUITION AND FEES PAYMENT PAYMENT DEADLINES: You are obligated to meet the payment deadline whether or not you receive a statement. You may view your online statement through your epcc.edu log-in ID. WEB Registration: May 21, 2009 (All Sessions) Late WEB Registration: Each day at 6 PM (All Sessions) Add/Drop Registration: Each day at 6 PM Late Summer Mini II WEB and Add/Drop Registration: July 2, 2009 Add/Drop Summer Mini II: Each day at 6PM 1. Payment must be received as instructed, and it is the student's responsibility to withdraw from their class(es) they registered for. 2. Make check or money order payable to El Paso Community College. The student's ID number must be written on the check or money order. ATTENTION: Credit card payment is available for WEB Registration. 3. You may pay by cash, money order, check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express credit cards and pick-up your receipt/ schedule of classes at any Tuition Cashier, or you may mail payment along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the following address in order to receive a receipt/schedule: Payment must be received by due date. El Paso Community College Attention: Tuition Department PO Box El Paso, Texas Fax Number: (915) Anyone other than the registered student must provide a notarized letter signed by the student to receive a copy of student's tuition schedule. 5. If you drop/add a class(es), you must pickup a new schedule from the Tuition Cashier. 6. If you are eligible for a refund, a refund check is mailed out within 30 days of the refunding transaction. It is recommended that students keep their current address and phone number up to date. Tuition Cashier Offices are open Monday and Thursday, 8 am - 6 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8 am - 5 pm. Rio Grande Mission del Paso 103 Montana, Room D Gateway East, Room A126 El Paso, TX El Paso, Texas Transmountain Northwest 9570 Gateway North, Room South Desert Blvd., Room 12 El Paso, Texas El Paso, Texas Valle Verde 919 Hunter, Room SSC-030 El Paso, Texas REFUNDS Students may request a refund through the Tuition Office at the Valle Verde Campus. Refunds are determined and calculated according to the Tuition Refund Schedule printed below. Refunds do not include non-refundable fees (See Non-Refundable Fees below). NOTE: Tuition and fees eligible for refund and paid directly to the College by a sponsor, donor, or scholarship will be refunded to the source rather than to the student. Financial Aid students will be liable for the full amount of all tuition and fees even if they never attended classes or for the difference of any prorated refund. Tuition refund checks will be mailed to your address currently on file with the College 30 days after refund is processed. For additional information, call TUITION REFUND SCHEDULE (as mandated by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board) ATTENTION! ALL STUDENTS WHO DROP THEIR CLASSES DROPPED ON OR AFTER 10-Week Summer Session, 2009 May 29, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 100% Refund June 1, Classes Begin June 9, Census Day June 9, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 70% Refund June 12, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 25% Refund Summer I, 2009 May 29, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 100% Refund June 1, Classes Begin June 4, Census Date June 5, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 70% Refund June 8, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 25% Refund Summer II, 2009 July 2, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 100% Refund July 6, Classes Begin July 9, Census Day July 10, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 70% Refund July 13, Last Day for any Withdrawal with 25% Refund NOTE: Refunds do not include non-refundable or add/drop fees. *REFUNDABLE FEES are only refunded on complete drops during the above refund period. VETERANS' AFFAIRS Services provided by the Financial Aid Office are available to all eligible veterans and dependents enrolled at EPCC. This office provides assistance in completing the forms required to maintain eligibility and to receive payment for VA educational benefits. Each student is advised on an individual basis regarding VA regulatory requirements. If you have questions or wish to make an appointment with a VA Advisor, call Valle Verde or Transmountain A WITHDRAWAL AT PARTIAL PERCENT OR ZERO PERCENT FOR CLASSES DOES NOT CANCEL YOUR EMERGENCY OR INSTALLMENT LOAN. ATTENTION: COURSES DROPPED ON OR AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A 100% REFUND. 16

17 ADVANCE VA PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS If you are a first-time student at EPCC or have not received benefits for at least thirty (30) days, you may request advance payment. This allows you to receive early VA payment for enrollment in the upcoming semester. To be eligible to receive an advance payment check, you must enroll on at least a half-time basis. The deadlines to apply for advance payment for the Summer 2009 school terms are as follows: Summer Minimester I and 10 week: April 24, 2009 Summer Minimester II: May 29, 2009 Please note that even when you have met all El Paso Community College and VA Regional Processing Office deadlines, the advance payment check may not arrive, by the time you register for classes. Be prepared to pay your tuition and fees even if the check has not arrived. You will be notified when the check does arrive and it will be held at the College until June 8, 2009 for Summer I, 2009 and Summer Minimester II, July 13, The advance payment check is the only one sent to the College. All others will be sent to your home address or direct deposit account. Please refer to the VA Office for more information about your VA check or call VA CERTIFICATION VA Certification is the formal process of confirming a student's enrollment to the VA so that benefits can be paid. This requires completion of a certification request from the student. New students who have never received VA benefits at El Paso Community College must visit the VA office at the Valle Verde Campus or Transmountain Campus for VA Orientation. Please note that the VA office cannot certify you for a course that is not required in your degree plan. Also note that we urge you to check with the VA office before enrolling in courses to ensure they are eligible for payment of VA benefits. VA certification will be approved for one semester pending arrival of official transcripts from other colleges and/or universities. Military experience, Dantes, USAFI, and CLEP are considered nontraditional, and official evaluation is optional. STEP 6 GET YOUR SCHEDULE ON-LINE NOTE: You may view/print your PAID class schedule on the WEB for FREE or obtain a copy from the Tuition Department for a $1.00 fee. If you drop/add a class(s), you must pay the appropriate tuition and fee by the deadline, or you will lose your class(s). If you are eligible for a refund, refunds are issued within 30 days of the refunding transaction. It is recommended that you keep your current address and phone number up to date. Tuition Cashiers are open Monday and Thursday, 8 am - 6 pm. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8 am - 5 pm. EPCC Best Start Card Ana Maria Student STUDENT "EPCC Best Start ID Card" Obtain an EPCC Best Start Student ID Card Students who register and pay for one or more credits are eligible to receive an EPCC Best Start ID Card. The first card is issued free of charge to all students. There will be a $5.00 replacement for any lost or stolen cards. Go to the Campus Life Office to have your picture taken and get your card printed. You must show a PHOTO ID and RECEIPT in order to receive your EPCC Best Start ID card. Your Best Start ID Card can be picked up at anyone of the campuses listed below. Call the Campus Life Office for operating hours that is accessible to you. Mission del Paso Rm. C Northwest Rm Rio Grande Rm. B Transmountain Rm Valle Verde Rm. C Obtain Vehicle Registration Any vehicle that will park on College property needs to be registered. Students may register for the fiscal year for $15 initial vehicle and $3 for each additional vehicle, or they may register by semester for $5 and $3 for each additional vehicle. Students should pay at the Cashier's window and submit the receipt and license plate number to the EPCC Police Traffic Department for a current decal. Posted speed limits are radar enforced. Vehicle Registration Stickers may be obtained at the following offices: Mission del Paso Rm. A Northwest Rm Rio Grande Rm. A Transmountain Rm Valle Verde Rm. C Lost and Found Items: Each Campus Police Department has a lost and found section. Anyone requesting information concerning lost and found items are encouraged to call or report in person at any Campus Police Department for assistance. Parking Lot Emergency Assistance: Each Campus Parking Lot has emergency call boxes available for emergency use. When using the phones, please remain on line until Police dispatch answers. If you receive no response, please notify the Campus Police Department regarding this matter. Step 6 Pick Up Your Schedule 17

18 GENERAL POLICIES GENERAL INFORMATION ACADEMIC SUSPENSION Students on academic suspension or probation must meet with a counselor prior to enrollment. Resolution of academic suspension may be completed at any campus. ARTICULATION (High School) Through articulation agreements with local school districts, the College will award credit for specific occupational/technical courses taken at the high school level after the student enrolls in the corresponding program/major at EPCC. Students should check with a College counselor or Evaluation Department in Admissions about the procedure for obtaining these credits. FIREARMS REGULATIONS All persons are prohibited from carrying weapons on all College District premises or at any College-related activity/event (excluding licensed law enforcement officers or law enforcement instructors approved by D.P.S.). State law prohibits the possession of firearms on the premises of any educational institution even for individuals with a concealed handgun license. If you have any questions, contact the EPCC Police Department at GRADUATION You must return your graduation application to the Registrar's Office before the graduation deadline. No degree plans/graduation applications or letters of completion will be processed during any Late Registration period. GRADES To comply with Texas guidelines, all grades will be posted on the WEB at the end of each term. NOTICE TO STUDENTS: By registering, you are giving consent to the Coordinating Board to provide your current institution with semester credit hour data taken at other institutions. Information will be withheld only by written request to the Registrar's Office. UNDERGRADUATE CREDIT HOUR LIMITS Students working toward a bachelor s degree who plan to attend a four-year college or university in Texas, should be aware of the 45- hour rule, which went into effect with the Fall 1999 semester. Students can take 45 semester credit hours above the credit-hour requirements of their degree. Credit hours in excess of the limit will not be funded by the state and could result in higher tuition being assessed. This does not include credit hours for remedial, developmental, workforce education, or technical courses or hours earned through testing. El Paso Community College will notify students when they complete 70 credit hours toward the limit. SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS You should carefully review the section of the College Catalog entitled "Scholastic Standards and Academic Progress." If you have registered prior to the end of the semester and are subsequently placed on suspension effective for the semester in which you enrolled, your registration will be voided and any tuition and fees paid will be refunded to the source. Please consult a counselor for further information. STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE The College does not provide student health insurance; therefore, students are responsible for purchasing their own. Students without health insurance are responsible for any costs associated with medical care due to illness or injury. STUDENT RESPONSIBILITY Students are responsible for completion of their registration process, including full payment of the tuition and fees which are consistent with policies and procedures of the District. SPECIAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR HEALTH OCCUPATIONS CPR REQUIREMENT Students enrolled in a clinical education course in any health occupations program must have a current CPR card at AHA ( American Heart Association) Health Provider Level or ARC (American Red Cross) Basic Life Support Level. These courses are available at EPCC. See the current Continuing Education Class Schedule. BACKGROUND CHECK The Joint Commission on Accreditation of HealthCare Organization (JCAHO), which accredits heath care organizations, has changed its policies to require background investigations on staff, volunteers, and students. As a result, JACHO accredited health care institutions now mandate that a background investigation be conducted on all students before they begin their clinical experience. There are two levels of background screening, based on the position of the individual in the affiliating agency. Level I includes all students, while Level II is specifically for students/faculty already licensed or certified as a health care provider. Background checks must be obtained at student expenses from approved vendors. DRUG SCREENING Students enrolled in clinical education courses must complete drug screening tests at student expense from approved vendors. IMMUNIZATIONS/PHYSICAL EXAM Students enrolled in a clinical education course in any health occupation program must provide evidence of a current physical examination, TB test, and specified immunizations. Additional information is provided in program orientation. Immunizations must be completed prior to starting clinical education courses. Immunizations and physicals are available through the Rio Grande Campus Border Health Clinic. Call for an appointment. TRANSPORTATION Students are responsible for their own transportation to offcampus clinical/learning sites in various programs. UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS Uniforms may be required for some clinical courses. Students must purchase them at their own expense. Uniforms must be in accordance with provided guidelines. Additional information is provided in program orientation. MINOR CHILDREN ON CAMPUS Parents are cautioned that minor children are neither permitted to remain on campus nor to attend classes with their parents. From time to time, classes and activities are offered at EPCC for minor children. On these occasions, they are invited to avail themselves of these opportunities. 18

19 CORE CURRICULUM Core Curriculum Requirements: The Core Curriculum consists of seven components. Courses chosen must satisfy at least the minimum required credit hours for each component. Students should consult the particular degree requirements for their major before selecting the courses to be used to meet the Core Curriculum requirements. EDUC 1300 is required for all AA and AS Degrees. Credit Hours 1- INSTITUTIONALLY DESIGNATED OPTION 3 Complete the following: EDUC 1300 Mastering Academic Excellence (recommended to be taken in the first or secondsemester) 2- COMMUNICATION 9 Complete each of the following: ENGL 1301 Expository English Composition ENGL 1302 Research Writing and Literary Analysis Complete one of the following: SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Effective Speech SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication SPCH 1321 Organizational and Professional Communication 3- MATHEMATICS 3-4 Complete one of the following: MATH 1314 Precalculus I College Algebra and Geometry MATH 1324 Introductory Mathematics for Business and Social Science MATH 1333 Math in the ModernWorld MATH 2412 Precalculus II MATH 2413 Calculus I 4- NATURAL SCIENCES 6-8 Complete any two of the following: BIOL 1406 General Biology-Science Majors I BIOL 1407 General Biology-Science Majors II BIOL 1408 Introductory Biology BIOL 1409 Human Biology CHEM 1407 Health Science Chemistry I CHEM 1408 Health Science Chemistry II CHEM 1411 General Chemistry I CHEM 1412 General Chemistry II GEOL 1301 Principles of Earth Sciences GEOL 1302 Principles of Geology GEOL 1403 Physical Geology GEOL 1404 Historical Geology PHYS 1401 General Physics I PHYS 1402 General Physics II PHYS 1415 Principles of Physical Science I PHYS 1417 Principles of Physical Science II PHYS 2425 Engineering Physics I PHYS 2426 Engineering Physics II The following must be taken as a pair: PHYS1304 Astronomy I and PHYS 1104 Astronomy I-Laboratory PHYS 1303 Astronomy II and PHYS 1103 Astronomy II-Laboratory 5- HUMANITIES 3 Complete one of the following: ENGL 2322 British Literature I ENGL 2323 British Literature II ENGL 2332 World Literature I ENGL 2333 World Literature II ENGL 2342 Introduction to the Novel and Short Story ENGL 2343 Introduction to Drama ENGL 2351 Chicana/o Literature ENGL 2373 Advanced Literature Analysis: Women in Literature HIST 2321 World History to 1648 HIST 2322 World History 1648 to Present PHIL 1301 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 2306 Ethics 19 SPAN 2311 SPAN 2313 SPAN 2323 Intermediate Spanish I for Non-Native Speakers Intermediate Spanish I for Spanish Speakers Introduction to Latin American Literature 6- VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS 3 Complete one of the following: ARCH 1301 Architectural History I ARCH 1305 Architectural Aesthetics ARCH 1311 Introduction to Architecture ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation ARTS 1303 Pre-Renaissance Art History ARTS 1304 Renaissance and Modern Art History ARTS 1311 Design I ARTS 1316 Basic Drawing I ARTS 2316 Painting I ARTS 2326 Sculpture I ARTS 2346 Ceramics I ARTS 2356 Photography in the Art Studio I DANC 1341 Ballet I DANC 1345 Modern Dance I DANC 1347 Jazz I DANC 1349 Ballet Folklorico I DRAM 1310 Introduction to Theatre COMM/DRAM 2366 Introduction to Film ANY MUEN TRIO (Music Ensemble ) MUEN1121, and MUEN 1122, and MUEN 2121 Concert Band I and II and III MUEN1123, and MUEN 1124, and MUEN 2123 Orchestra I and II and III MUEN 1131, and MUEN 1132, and MUEN 2131 Mariachi I and II and III MUEN 1133, and MUEN 1134, and MUEN 2133 Guitar Ensemble I and II and III MUEN 1135, and MUEN 1136, and MUEN 2135 Chamber Music Ensemble I and II and III MUEN 1137, and MUEN 1138, and MUEN 2137 Jazz Ensemble I and II and III MUEN 1141, and MUEN 1142 and MUEN 2141 Chorus I and II and III MUSI 1306 Music Appreciation MUSI 1310 Jazz to Rock 7- SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 15 Complete each of the following pairs: GOVT 2305 American Government and Politics and GOVT 2306 State and Local Government HIST 1301 History of the United States to 1865 and HIST 1302 History of the United States since 1865 Complete one of the following: ANTH 2346 Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology ECON 1301 Basic Economic Issues ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology PSYC 2303 Human Relations in the Workplace PSYC 2306 Human Sexuality PSYC 2314 Human Growth and Development SOCI 1301 Introductory Sociology SOCI 2301 Sociology of Marriage and the Family TOTAL HOURS FOR CORE CURRICULUM 42-45

20 ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE AT EL PASO COMMUNITY COLLEGE Associate of Arts in Teaching EC-4 (Early Childhood Specialization Only) EC-4 (Except Early Childhood Specialization) Fields of Study: Fields of Study are being developed by the Texas Education Coordinating Board on a continuing basis. Fields of Study will be uniform in all public two-year and four-year colleges and universities throughout Texas. Students who major in a specific field will be required to take the courses in the appropriate Field of Study no matter which Texas public college or university they are attending, thus, ensuring transferability of course credit. Business Communication (3 Tracks) Computer Science Criminal Justice Engineering (4 Tracks) Music Associate of Arts Degrees: Art Chicana/o Mexican American Studies Dance Drama Economics English General Studies Philosophy Psychology Speech Communication Teacher Preparation- (Alternative Teacher Certification Route Option) Associate of Science Degrees: Architecture Biology Biological Sciences-Pre-Dentistry Option Biological Sciences-Pre-Medicine Option Biological Sciences-Pre-Pharmacy Option Biological Sciences-Pre-Veterinary Option Chemistry General Studies Geological Sciences Kinesiology with Exercise Science Option Kinesiology with Physical Education Option Mathematics Physics Areas of Study: Anthropology, Education, French, German, Geography, Government, History, and Sociology. ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE WORKSHEET Please select the courses that fulfill your requirements for the Associate of Arts Degree and check them off as you complete them. When you have completed the worksheet, take it with you to meet with an EPCC Counselor/Advisor. My Associate Degree or Field of Study is: Institutionally Designated Option 3 Credit Hours EDUC 1300 Communication 9 Credit Hours English ENGL 1301 ENGL 1302 Speech (Select 1) Mathematics 3-4 Credit Hours (Select 1) Natural Sciences 6-8 Credit Hours (Select any two course) Humanities 3 Credit Hours (Select 1) Visual & Performing Arts 3 Credit Hours (Select 1) Social & Behavioral Science 15 Credit Hours HIST 1301 HIST 1302 GOVT 2305 GOVT 2306 (Select one other course from this block) Field of Study or Associate Degree Credit Hours Courses TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

21 DISTANCE EDUCATION EPCC offers classes via the Internet, Hybrid, Video Conferencing, and the Virtual College of Texas. Register for classes online. Current Distance Education credit class schedules are available online at An EPCC student ID card is needed to access the ACS Computer Labs, the Libraries, Testing Centers, and other services. Important Information for Distance Education Students Visit the Distance Education website, Distance/welcome.htm, for information on Internet, Hybrid, Video Conferencing, and Virtual College of Texas classes. The website information includes logging in instructions, the student online readiness assessment, an online course tutorial, Getting Started with online courses, how to get a Student Access Code, and more. Distance Education Office, , Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. INTERNET Students enrolled in Internet courses at EPCC use online course management software called Blackboard. In order to be successful in Internet courses, students need to have several computer skills. Taking computer literacy, keyboarding, and word processing courses is a great start, but may not be enough. Examples of skills necessary for success in an online class include conducting online research, use of (send, receive, and attachments), and creating assignments and reports with a word processing program, and depending on the class, database, presentations and/or spreadsheet programs. Course Information Getting Started information is available online at Students access online courses at Internet classes begin the same day as on-campus classes. Online communication, , discussion board, and chat. Syllabi, instructions, assignments, readings, and materials are online. Class announcements, special instructions, requirements, textbook information and instructor contact information are in the online class syllabus. Student work is submitted online using Blackboard. Students access classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Faculty are available by , telephone, and appointment. Students may also interact with each other online. The EPCC Blackboard Help Desk is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by or toll-free telephone. Student Information Communications between instructors and students enrolled in online courses use Blackboard mail unless other instructions are provided by the EPCC instructor. Students complete assignments on their own or in a group. An Internet-connected computer or access to one at least three times a week is required. Students typically spend 9 to 12 hours a week completing on/off line course activities. Minimum computer hardware and software requirements are listed on the DE web site. A current version of Microsoft Word or a word processor that has the ability to save in.doc format is required. Students may be required to visit an EPCC campus for testing or lab purposes or make arrangements to complete work at an alternative location. Check the online class syllabi for instructions. Students are required to login and their instructor(s) from each online class (Blackboard) as soon as possible during the first week of class. The prevents students from being dropped for non-attendance. Before Class starts complete the following: 1. Online orientation ( 2. The student online readiness assessment (READI) EPCC faculty may ask students to a copy of the assessment report to them as a Blackboard mail attachment. 3. The online Blackboard course software student tutorial Login - and use: ID - guest Password epcc01 The tutorial covers Getting Started with Blackboard, Communication and Evaluation Tools Internet Course Login Instructions User name, password, course website and help information is listed below. Login instructions are also available on the Distance Education website at ID Look up your Blackboard user name on the EPCC web site Enter your EPCC ID or social security number with no dashes or spaces between numbers, and click the Search button. Your Blackboard user name is on the third line. If you need assistance, see the help information listed below. PASSWORD Your Blackboard password is your *EPCC Banner PIN number, which is a 6 digit number and is entered with no punctuation. If you need assistance, see the help information listed below. Course Website The Internet course website address is: Type in your Blackboard user name and password and click the Login button. Clicking the Login button will take you to your EPCC Online homepage, and clicking on the class name takes you to your class. *The EPCC Banner System uses the term PIN instead of password. The PIN and password are the same 6 digit number. HELP If you need assistance logging in to your Internet course, accessing your course or assignments, testing, or other technical problems call the EPCC Blackboard Help Desk: The EPCC Blackboard Help Desk is toll free and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If you are unable to look up your user name, forgotten your password and need to reset your password, go to pls/shasta_epcc/twbkwbis.p_genmenu?name=homepage, click the Forgot PIN? button. If you need additional assistance, call the EPCC Information Technology Service Desk: Getting Started Online Course Clinic New online students, and returning students who would like a refresher on online courses, are invited to visit with the Distance Education staff to learn how to get started and navigate your online course. Visit the Distance Education website Programs/Distance/welcome.htm for the Getting Started clinic information. You will have an opportunity to ask questions during and after the orientation, and get hands-on assistance. Call the Distance Education office at to reserve your space. Distance Education 21

22 HYBRID Hybrid courses combine face-to-face on campus meetings with online assignments and online communications (discussion board, chat, and e- mail). How does this work? Instead of coming to the campus for every class period, you will now attend class only as scheduled and complete course work on the Internet. Attendance is required during the scheduled classroom day and time. Since much of the course work is online, you should have a working knowledge of the Internet, , word-processing programs and depending on the class, database, presentations, and/or spreadsheet programs. You should have an Internet-connected computer or access to one at least three times a week so that assignments can be submitted in a timely manner. Without consistent access to a computer, it will be difficult to complete your course work. Computers are available for student use in the ACS labs at all campuses. The first week class sessions will include an orientation by faculty and clarify major course concepts, assignments, expectations and the use of the Internet. VIDEO CONFERENCING Video conferencing courses allow you to attend class closer to your home or business without having to commute to a distant site. Via two-way audio/video technology, you attend a live class with students at another site. Classes are offered simultaneously between EPCC campuses and other remote sites as scheduled. These courses may contain online instructional activities. VIRTUAL COLLEGE OF TEXAS The Virtual College of Texas (VCT) is a collaborative of Texas fifty community college districts and the Texas State Technical College Systems sharing distance education courses. Through the VCT, students may register at their local colleges to take approved credit and non-credit distance education courses from other community and technical colleges throughout Texas. Students receive support services from the local college. Visit the Virtual College of Texas at for the current class schedule. VCT courses should be requested three (3) weeks before the course is scheduled to begin to allow time for course approval and processing. VCT course approval is subject to the availability of EPCC online courses, and the review and approval of the course provider s course and faculty credentials. Contact the Distance Education Office at for information on required student actions; counseling, requesting a VCT course, course approval, and the enrollment process. Students must meet all El Paso Community College requirements including eligibility and any course pre-requisites to enroll in courses offered through VCT provider colleges. SUMMER 2009 DISTANCE EDUCATION CREDIT COURSE LISTING Current Distance Education credit class schedules are available online at CRN Campus Classroom Day Time Start-End Dates Delivery Method ACCOUNTING ACCT 2301 Principles of Accounting I Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet ACCT 2302 Principles of Accounting II Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet ARTS ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BCIS 1305 Business Computer Applications 3.00 Credit Hours NW TBA TR 9:00-10:50 a.m. 6/1/09-7/2/09 Hybrid /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet BMGT 1329 Quant Analysis Organizations 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet CHILD DEVELOPMENT CDEC 1319 Child GuidanceU Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-7/2/09 Internet CDEC 1339 Early Childhood Development 3.00 Credit Hours /6/09-8/7/09 Internet CDEC 1356 Emergent Literacy Early Childhood 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet CDEC 2341 The School Age ChildU 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet CRIMINAL JUSTICE CRIJ 1306 Court Systems/Practices 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet CRIJ 2313 Correctional System/Practices 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet DENTAL HYGIENE DHYG 1171 Term for Dental Professional Course CoReq: Lab 1.00 Credit Hours /1/09-7/24/09 Internet ECONOMICS ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet 22

23 SUMMER 2009 DISTANCE EDUCATION CREDIT COURSE LISTING (Continued) CRN Campus Classroom Day Time Start-End Dates Delivery Method EDUCATION EDUC 1300 Mastering Academic Excellence 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-7/24/09 Internet /1/09-7/2/09 Internet /1/09-7/2/09 Internet /1/09-7/2/09 Internet /6/09-8/7/09 Internet /6/09-8/7/09 Internet ENGLISH ENGL 1301 Expository English Composition 3.00 Credit Hours NW TBA TR 9:00-10:50 a.m. 7/6/09-8/7/09 Hybrid /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet ENGL 1302 Research Writing and Literary Analysis 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet ENGL 2323 British Literature II 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet ENGL 2332 World Literature I 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet ENGL 2342 Intro to Novel / Short Story 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet GOVERNMENT GOVT 2305 American Government & Politics 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet GOVT 2306 State & Local Government 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /15/09-8/7/09 Internet /15/09-8/7/09 Internet HEALTH PROFESSIONS & RELATED SCIENCES HPRS 1206 Medical Terminology 2.00 Credit Hours /15/09-8/7/09 Internet /15/09-8/7/09 Internet HISTORY HIST 1301 U.S. History to Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet HIST 1302 U.S. History since Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS ITSC 1301 Introduction to Computers Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours NW TBA TR 9:00-10:50 a.m. 7/6/09-8/7/09 Hybrid /1/09-8/7/09 Internet MUSIC MUSI 1306 Music Appreciation 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet 23

24 SUMMER 2009 DISTANCE EDUCATION CREDIT COURSE LISTING (Continued) CRN Campus Classroom Day Time Start-End Dates Delivery Method ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT POFT 1329 Keyboarding/Document Formatting Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet PSYC 2303 Human Relations Workplace 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet PSYC 2306 Human Sexuality 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet PSYC 2314 Human Growth & Development 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet SOCIOLOGY SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet /1/09-8/7/09 Internet SOCI 2301 Sociology of Marriage and Family 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-8/7/09 Internet SPANISH SPAN 2313 Inter Span I Span Speakers 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-7/2/09 Internet /6/09-8/7/09 Internet TEACHER PREPARATION TECA 1303 Family, School/Community Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-7/2/09 Internet TECA 1311 Education Young Children Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-7/2/09 Internet TECA 1318 Wellness of the Young Child Course CoReq: Lab 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-7/2/09 Internet TECA 1354 Child Growth/Development 3.00 Credit Hours /1/09-7/2/09 Internet VOCATIONAL NURSING VNSG 1119 Leadership and Prof/Develop 1.00 Credit Hours /8/09-8/14/09 Internet VNSG 1227 Essentials MedicationAdmin Course CoReq: Lab 1.00 Credit Hours RG TBA TBA TBA 7/6/09-8/7/09 Hybrid MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION PROGRAM Students must attend a mandatory in-service conducted by the Health Information Technology Department before enrolling in any of these classes. Please contact Jean Garrison at for more information. Current Distance Education credit class schedules are available online at 24

25 DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM - TUITION FREE COLLEGE CREDITS HOW IT WORKS El Paso Community College offers fundamental core courses to qualified high school juniors and seniors at the high school campuses during daytime periods. Students receive both high school credit and college credit for the courses they take in the dual credit program. The college class is a replacement rather than an addition to the high school curriculum. Students take just one class-the college class-and get both high school and college credit for it. The courses are taught by certified instructors either on site or through distance learning (On-line). STUDENTS All students must meet the following EPCC Early Admission requirements: Be a high school junior or senior. Complete an Admissions Application. Submit current high school transcript (include TAKS, SAT, and/or ACT scores.) Submit an Early Admission form signed by the student, parent/legal guardian, and high school principal. Complete the EPCC placement test (ACCUPLACER). (Dual credit students cannot enroll in developmental level courses.) Attend New Student Orientation. ACADEMIC COMPUTING SERVICES Computers are now an essential part of the education experience. The mission of the Academic Computing Services (ACS) Department is to provide highquality support and facilities designed to allow access to and foster the appropriate use of technology within the limits of it s resources, as well as responding to the needs of the students, faculty, and staff. El Paso Community College provides student computer labs at each campus where you can work on course-related assignments and projects, access the Internet, and and Smart Start Mail. For more information, contact the ACS lab at your campus. Students must have a valid EPCC Best Start ID card to use the lab. To ensure security measures signified by IT, students must bring appropriate media (e.g. diskette, blank CDR, or USB drives). Lab locations and phone numbers: Mission del Paso Room C Northwest Room Rio Grande Room B Transmountain Room Valle Verde A Building Room A Valle Verde B Building Room B Fort Bliss Bldg. 639 Room COURSES Level of instruction and materials for the Dual Credit Program are the equivalent of instruction and material used for the identical course taught at the main campuses of the College. Dual Credit Program courses are identified as college-level academic courses in the current edition of the Community College General Academic Course Guide Manual or as college-level technical courses in an approved Tech-Prep, or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree, or Certificate Program. TUITION and FEES WAIVED The Tuition and Fees for EPCC Students are waived for Dual Credit Program Students. Parents who want to save money, and high school juniors and seniors who want to get some college courses before graduating from High School, will benifit from the dual credit program. STUDENT SERVICES Students enrolled in the Dual Credit Program will have access to the use of all El Paso Community College campus facilities, appropriate EPCC student privileges, and have adequate library resources convenient for use at the site where Dual Credit is offered. Students will also be eligible to use all EPCC academic support services (academic advising and counseling) with a valid EPCC Best Start (ID) card. For more information, please contact the Office of Recruitment and School Relations at For more information, go to 25

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