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important dates

Welcome to Alabama Southern! This schedule includes everything you need to know to start classes at Alabama Southern for Summer Semester 2006. See the table of contents below to help you find the information you need. We want your college experience to be fun and rewarding, so please call us if you need help!

PRE-REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER SEMESTER RETURNING STUDENTS ■ Web registration begins April 10 – Each returning student needs to contact his/her advisor either in person or by phone in order to be authorized to register on the Web. ■ See pages 3-4 for Web Registration details

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION & EARLY REGISTRATION New Student Orientation is required for all new students. New Student Orientation will begin at 3:30 p.m. and end at 5:30 p.m. Please arrive prior to 3:30 p.m. and plan to stay for the entire session. To schedule an appointment please call (866) 701-ASCC or the Monroeville Campus at (251) 575-3156, ext. 222 or the Thomasville Campus at (334) 636-9642, ext. 623. ■ Tuesday, May 23, 3:30-5:30 p.m. – Monroeville, Thomasville, Gilbertown and Demopolis campuses

REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER SEMESTER ■ Tuesday, May 23 – 8 a.m.-6 p.m. all campuses ■ Wednesday, May 24 – Evening classes begin ■ Thursday, May 25 – Last day to Register and Drop or Add classes ■ Monday, June 5 – Day classes begin

Important Dates ..............................................................................1-2 Register online! ................................................................................3-4 Call your advisor! ................................................................................4 Online Courses Offered ......................................................................5 STARS/WebCT & Guarantees of Success ............................................6 Alabama Southern Saves Dollars and Makes Sense ..........................7 Financial Aid/Tuition & Fees ............................................................8-9 Free Tutoring Available ....................................................................10 2006 Summer Academic Calendar....................................................11 Dual Credit/Accelerated Students ....................................................11 Adult Education & GED Test ............................................................12 GED Online Course & Focus Industry Training ................................13 Ten Steps to Admission ....................................................................14

FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY DEADLINE To find out your financial aid status before school starts, please file all financial aid paperwork by Friday, April 14. For more information call Amy Rowell in the Monroeville Financial Aid Office, (251) 575-3156, ext. 256 or Elizabeth Martin in the Thomasville Financial Aid Office, (334) 636-9642, ext. 668.

SUMMER SEMESTER CLASS SCHEDULE 1st period 2nd period 3rd period 4th period 5th period 6th period 7th period

7:45-9:55 a.m. 10:05 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 12:50-3 p.m. 3:10-5:20 p.m. 5:30-7:30 p.m. 7:40-9:40 p.m. 5:30-9:35 p.m.

GRADES AVAILABLE ONLINE Grade reports will not be mailed. ■ Access our website at www.ascc.edu ■ Click on ASCC Online ■ Enter PIN ■ Click on My Grades

Advanced Technology Courses ........................................................15 New Evening Classes..........................................................................16 Skills Training Courses ......................................................................17 Nursing Programs ........................................................................18-19 Start Right for Success ......................................................................19 Bookstore Policy/Bulletin Board ......................................................20 Truck Driver Training ........................................................................21 Express Registration Form ................................................................22 Academic Planning Worksheet ........................................................23 Student Support Services ..................................................................24 Summer 2006 Schedule of Classes ..............................................25-39 ASCC Helpful Facts ............................................................................40

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summer semester

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important dates PLACEMENT TESTING All new students are required to take the ASSET/COMPASS placement test and New Student Orientation before registering for classes. The ASSET/COMPASS placement test is designed to measure basic reading, writing, and math skills to help us determine the best initial course placement to insure academic success. This is not a pass or fail test. While the ASSET/COMPASS placement test is required of all students, there are some exceptions. The following students do not have to take the ASSET/COMPASS test: ■ Audit only students ■ Transient students ■ Students who have an associate degree or higher ■ Students who transfer degree-creditable college-level English or mathematics courses with a grade of “C” or better ■ Senior citizens, undeclared, and other non-award seeking majors who are taking classes ■ Students in certain short certificate programs having no English or mathematics requirements ■ Students who have completed required developmental coursework at another Alabama College System institution within the last three years. ■ Students who can provide documentation of assessment (COMPASS or ASSET) within the last three years Students scoring 20 or above on the ACT English and math test who enroll in a System College within three years of high school graduation are exempt from the ASSET/COMPASS placement test. However, transfer students who want to be placed into a degree-creditable math course need to have scored a 24 or above on the ACT math test.

SCHEDULING A PLACEMENT TEST

Placement Testing Days: ■ All Campuses: Tuesday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. or Thursday: 5 – 8 p.m.

ADMISSION POLICY ■ We recognize that many of you have been out of school for some time; therefore, we have made our application process as convenient as possible. ■ Our requirements for admission are: Graduation from a regionally accredited high school, graduation from a nonaccredited high school and a minimum ACT composite score of 16 or the equivalent score on the SAT, or passed the High School Equivalency test (GED). ■ Former Alabama Southern Community College students must apply for readmission if not enrolled at Alabama Southern during the previous semester with the exception of those students enrolled during Spring Semester and skipping only the Summer Semester; these students need not reapply for Fall Semester.

SUMMER SEMESTER FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE Day Classes Monday, July 31, 2006 All Monday/Wednesday classes meet for the final exam at the regular class meeting time. Tuesday, August 1, 2006 All Tuesday/Thursday classes meet for the final exam at the regular class meeting time. Evening Classes Wednesday, August 2, 2006 Monday/Wednesday classes meet for the final exam at the regular class meeting time. Monday only classes: 5:30-7:30p.m. Wednesday only classes: 7:40-9:40 p.m.

Prospective students may schedule a time to take the placement test by calling Alabama Southern’s Testing Center. Scheduling is designed to accommodate the prospective student, so convenient hours are offered days, nights, and weekends. Individuals must present a valid picture ID.

Thursday, August 3, 2006 Tuesday/Thursday classes meet for the final exam at the regular class meeting time. Tuesday only classes: 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday only classes: 7:40-9:40 p.m.

Contact the Testing Center to schedule testing: ■ Thomasville: (334) 636-9642, ext. 614, Christine Denish ■ Monroeville: (251) 575-3156, ext. 222, Martha Ann McNeil ■ Demopolis: (334) 287-0174, Tamika Dial ■ Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

Final exams for classes that meet at hours not listed will be arranged by the Instructor/ Division Chair/ Vice President for Academic Affairs.

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Returning students register online REGISTER ONLINE! NO LINES! NO WAITING! Beginning APRIL 10 returning students can register online for Summer Semester classes. Contact your advisor to have your PIN activated. Enjoy the freedom and flexibility that web registration offers in selecting the class schedule that best suits your busy lifestyle. ■ Returning students may contact their advisors by telephone to set-up an appointment for advising or work through an advising session on the phone. Please note that your assigned advisor is listed on your Degree Plan. See the complete telephone extension list on page 4 of this schedule. ■ Once a student has completed an advising session Advisors will activate students for online registration. ■ Prepare for your advising session by obtaining a copy of your Degree Plan from ASCC ONLINE. If you are planning to transfer to a four year college or university you should visit the STARS website to obtain a copy of your STARS agreement.

ONLINE REGISTRATION Step 1 – Getting Started ■ ■ ■ ■

You must see your advisor. You must complete an advising session. You must not be on academic probation. You must not have any outstanding fees or “holds” on your account. ■ Your advisor will activate your PIN.

Step 2 – Go Online ■ Visit www.ascc.edu ■ At the bottom of the page, click ASCC ONLINE. ■ Click the Student LOGIN button on the right side of the screen.

Step 3 – Login Screen ■ Due to high network traffic, it may take a few minutes to bring up the LOGIN screen. If this occurs, please wait or try again later. ■ Enter your student number (this is your social security number without the dashes). ■ Enter your PIN. New students must see an advisor prior to on-line registration to have the PIN activated. Unless you have made changes, your PIN is your date of birth. Example: May 14, 1981 would be 051481.

Step 4 – Menu Options ■ Display Courses – Allows you to view courses online. ■ Pre-Registration – Allows you to Pre-Register, Drop/Add, and pay tuition for the upcoming semester. Click here to begin the registration process.

■ Pay Outstanding Charges – Allows you to view outstanding fees or tuition, and make payment by credit card. ■ My Grades – Allows you to view/ print your current semester grades. ■ Degree Plan – Allows you to view/ print your current degree plan. ■ My Schedule – Allows you to view/ print your current schedule. ■ Unofficial Transcript – Allows you to view/ print your unofficial transcript. ■ View Receipts – Allows you to view/ print payment receipts generated by ACCESS. ■ Change Your PIN – Allows you to change your personal ID number. ■ To begin the registration process, click on Pre-Registration. ■ If you have outstanding fees or are on processing hold, you will not be allowed to register, check grades, or obtain a copy of your transcript. ■ If your advisor has not activated your PIN, you must see your advisor.

Step 5 – At Pre-Registration Page TO ADD OR DROP A COURSE ■ Type the course number as printed in the ASCC schedule. If you do not want to type in the course number, use the SELECT COURSE button to search current course schedule. Once you find the course you need, search current course schedule. Once you find the course you need, click PUSH and it will automatically insert the call numbers for you. (continued on page 4)

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ONLINE REGISTRATION (continued from page 3)

■ Click the ADD/DROP COURSE button to add the course to your listing. ■ To view your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the page. ■ TO DROP A COURSE YOU HAVE ADDED, CLICK THE “CLICK TO DROP” BUTTON TO THE RIGHT OF THE COURSE. ■ Continue the process of dropping and adding until your schedule is complete. ■ Once your schedule is complete, click the COMPLETE REGISTRATION button. ■ You will now see a screen that provides information related to the tuition amounts that you are to pay for the schedule you have chosen. Available financial aid coverage will also be displayed on the screen. ■ To complete the entire registration process, you must pay the amount in the CASH DUE column by the due dates published by Alabama Southern Community College. Failure to do so will result in removal from the class. ■ If you feel that the financial aid amount applied to your account is incorrect, call the ASCC Financial Aid Office in Monroeville at (251) 575-3156, ext. 256 or the office in Thomasville at (334) 636-9642, ext. 668.

Step 6 – Paying Your Tuition ■ If you plan to pay your tuition and fees by check, click the PRINT PRE-REGISTRATION MAILER button. This will print only if your PC is connected to a printer. This will print a copy of your schedule, plus all tuition and fees owed. Follow the directions on the mailer and send a check for the amount shown to Alabama Southern Community College. ■ You may pay in person during regular business hours at the ASCC Business Office by check, cash, VISA,or MasterCard. To ensure complete registration, full payment must be received by the posted payment deadlines. ■ If you register AFTER the early registration payment deadline, you MUST pay your tuition using VISA or MasterCard at that time. If you do not settle your account at that time, your schedule will be dropped.

Still Have Questions or Problems? ■ If you have a technical problem while trying to register or have a question about a hold on your account, please contact the Admissions Office at (251) 575-3156, ext. 222 or (334) 636-9642, ext. 643. ■ For questions about your tuition bill, please contact the Business Office at (251) 575-3156, ext. 275 or (334) 636-9642, ext. 667. ■ For questions regarding financial aid, please call the Financial Aid Office at (251) 575-3156, ext. 256 or (334) 636-9642, ext. 668.

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CALL YOUR ADVISOR TO REGISTER ONLINE ■ Please call your assigned advisor to schedule an advising session. If an advisor does not answer, please leave a voice mail. Remember to leave a telephone number and a time to return a call in your message. If an advisor has not contacted you within two working days after you leave a message, please contact Ginger Harris at extension 251# and she will make sure someone calls you. ■ Students may dial (251) 575-3156 and leave a voice mail message 24 hours a day at any of the extensions listed below. ■ Students may dial (334) 636-9642 during normal business hours and the operator will transfer you to the requested extension number. ■ Students may dial Demopolis directly at (334) 287-0174 or Jackson directly at (251) 246-0010.

MONROEVILLE

THOMASVILLE

248 213 244 389 270 381 232 281 243 229 239 278 235 226 280 211 231 233 274 296 249 240 245 276 238 259

613 663 631 651 649 638 660 662 648 654 615 658 680 620 622 637

Susan Boothe Karen Bright Alma Susan Brown Melinda Byrd-Murphy Sondia Christian Elaine Covin Fran Craven Rhonda Dees Donna Estill Mike Floyd Samantha Frye Amy Hamiter Daniel Head Jim Hilgartner Loretta House Wanda Hudson Joe Hugener Tara King Kay Lett Patrick Lollis Ron Marcy Barbara McMillan Edwan O’Neal Tamekia Randall Brenda Rigsby Scot Sealy

GILBERTOWN 425 422 430 423 426

Robert McWilliams Brandt Ross Alesia Savage Shelia Skelton Angie Williams

Mary Beth Brasell Larry Doggette Tommy Gaillard Linda Grant Darrell Levi Richard Martindale Janet McIntosh Chester Moore Donna Nelson Dale Smith Gene Tindle Sarah Valine Ruby Ward Bridgett Shewmake Rachel Powell Latrina White

JACKSON Kiki Moore

DEMOPOLIS Angela Armstrong Ginger Glass Marcus Gordon John Lehning John Long Augusta Waters

Online Classes Offered at Alabama Southern Community College Is your schedule hectic and demanding? Are you self-motivated? Do you have access to a home computer?

Then online classes may be for you. You can choose from the following classes. To find out if online classes are for you,

HIS 121-700

World History I

talk with your academic advisor and visit

HIS 122-700

World History II

http://www.ascc.edu to take the distance

ENG 101-700

English Composition I

learning readiness survey.

ENG 102-700

English Composition II

ENG 271-700

World Literature I

ENG 272-700

World Literature II

CIS 146-700

Microsoft Applications

BIO 120-700

Medical Terminology

IDS 299-700

Leadership 101

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Get info faster on the web! STARS STARS (http://stars.troy.edu) stands for Statewide Transfer/Articulation Reporting System. STARS is a webaccessible database system which provides guidance and direction for prospective transfer students from two-year colleges to four-year universities in the State of Alabama.

What does this mean to you? You have the opportunity to ensure the transferability of courses to senior universities in the State of Alabama.

How do you reach STARS? Go to the STARS home page at http://stars.troy.edu and click on the STARS website button.

Why should you check out STARS? You can print a copy of the contract between you and the senior university that is a guarantee of credit acceptance.

Who should check out STARS? Anyone who plans to transfer to a senior university in the State of Alabama.

How often should you check STARS? As often as you like, as often as you change your major, or as often as you change your mind as to where you wish to transfer.

What do you do after STARS? You should keep the printed copy of your contract so that you can refer to it as long as you register for classes.

What about when you get to your senior university? Check with your STARS advisors there. Every senior university has a STARS advisor. If you can’t find that advisor’s name, then go back to the STARS website and work through the STARS program again.

WebCT WebCT is Alabama Southern’s system for delivering online education. It is used by over 2,000 colleges and universities worldwide. It provides online tools that instructors can use to facilitate internet courses or enhance classroom courses, such as class e-mail, chat, discussion boards, quizzing, etc. You may enter WebCT only if you are enrolled in a class. Once you register, your WebCT will be accessible to you three days before the class begins. You will enter WebCT from the ASCC homepage at http://www.ascc.edu. Click on the WebCT icon to get started. Your username will be the first three letters of your last name plus the last four digits of your social security number (example Cal5552) and your password is your social security number without the hyphens. For help with WebCT, e-mail [email protected] 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 6

A great value … a great college … a great education … at Alabama Southern, we guarantee it!

guarantees of success Credit Transfer: In accordance with Alabama Legislative Act 94-202, for each student who declares a major and a transfer university, every course the College advises the student to take in the curriculum guide will transfer to that university in that major or the College Foundation will give the student a cash award equal to the tuition and fees for that course. Job Placement: For a graduate of any occupational Associate in Applied Science Degree program who does not have a job offer in-field or related within six months after graduation, the College Foundation will award a full tuition scholarship for an additional 30 credit hours in any program the student chooses. Job Placement for Nursing: For a graduate of our Associate in Applied Science Degree in Nursing who does not have a job offer in-field or related within six months after graduation and successful completion of the national exam, the College Foundation will award a full tuition scholarship for an additional 30 credit hours in any program the student chooses. Employer Satisfaction: If an employer states that the technical skills are inadequate in any area for a graduate of one of our technical or occupational certificate programs, the College will retrain that student at no cost to the graduate or the employer.

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Saves Dollars and Makes Sense It makes Dollars and Sense to start at Alabama Southern — all college-level work will transfer, tuition is less than half and a quality education is guaranteed. 2-for-1 Savings for University Transfer Students

Students can save enough money their first two years at Alabama Southern to pay for their third year at a four-year university. Alabama Southern offers real college experience at affordable tuition rates. You cannot buy a better education at any price! Fast Track to a Great Job for Occupational Program Students

Alabama Southern’s technical labs are consistently rated among the best in the South! Hands-on training and an industry driven curriculum give students the most up-to-date training available anywhere. Students leave our programs ready to start a competitively-paying job in one of Southwest Alabama’s fastest growing industries.

College/University

1 Semester

2 Semesters 3 Semesters

Alabama Southern Auburn University of Alabama Birmingham University of South Alabama University of Alabama Troy University Alabama A & M Auburn University at Montgomery Alabama State University University of West Alabama

$2,350 $8,716 $8,527 $7,463 $7,412 $6,832 $6,165 $5,900 $5,459 $5,262

$4,700 $17,432 $17,054 $14,926 $14,824 $13,664 $12,330 $11,800 $10,918 $10,524

$7,050 $26,148 $25,581 $22,389 $22,236 $20,496 $18,495 $17,700 $16,377 $15,786

$4,510 $18,040

$9,020 $22,500

$13,530 $27,060

Average Savings Attending Alabama Southern

Savings the First Year Savings the Second Year

For a student who has a 25 or higher on the ACT, the opportunities for savings are even more dramatic. A dean’s scholarship pays tuition and fees for up to two years. See STARS information and Guarantees of Success on page 6

Cutting edge technology, accessible faculty, small classes and lower cost make Alabama Southern your Best Choice! 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 7

Apply for financial aid and make your college dreams a reality! Although our costs are extremely low, we realize that you may need financial help to meet the costs of your education. To provide you with that help, Alabama Southern offers similar financial assistance packages to those of other major colleges and universities. In fact, more than 70 percent of Alabama Southern’s students receive some type of financial assistance, including scholarships, work study, Pell Grants and other supplemental grants. For more information on financial assistance or for help with the financial aid application please call Amy Rowell in the Monroeville Financial Aid Office, (251) 575-3156, ext. 256 or Elizabeth Martin in Thomasville, (334) 636-9642, ext. 668.

FINANCIAL AID PRIORITY DEADLINE – Summer Semester • Friday, April 14, 2006 – Fall Semester • Friday, July 14, 2006 File all financial aid paperwork by the priority deadline to find out your status before school starts.

Four steps for financial aid success

1 2

Complete a free Application for Federal Student Aid and an Institutional Application for Financial Aid.

3

Submit an Institutional Application and all additional documentation, verification, corrections and/or new information requested by the Office of Financial Aid.

Applications should be submitted by mail or online. (Allow six to eight weeks for applications sent through the mail and allow two to three weeks for applications submitted online.)

4

You will be notified by mail of your eligibility for Pell awards. For eligible students at ASCC, the award will detail the maximum amounts of federal aid for the award year. All awards are based on fulltime attendance (minimum 12 hours). The amount credited to your account is based on the number of credit hours for which you are enrolled.

Students can apply for financial aid (at no cost) on the internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 8

FINANCIAL REQUIREMENTS & POLICIES TUITION AND FEES The College reserves the right to change, modify, or alter fees, charges, expenses, and costs of any kind without notice as approved by the State Board of Education. Permission to take 18-21 hours must be granted by the Dean of Academic Affairs. The in-state rate applies to Alabama residents only.

3. Facility Renewal Fee (per semester/term) The Facility Renewal Fee is $9.00 per credit hour. 4. Other Fees A. Graduation Fee........................................$40.00 B. Returned Check Fee ................................$25.00 C. Bond Surety Fee ......................................$1.00

1. Tuition (per semester/term) A. In-state Rate: The Tuition for Alabama residents is $71.00 per credit hour. B. Out-of-State Rate: The tuition rate for out-of-state students is $142.00 per credit hour. 2. Technology Fee (per semester/term) The College charges a Technology fee of $9.00 per credit hour.

PAYMENT OF FEES AND TUITION All fees and tuition are due and payable at the time of registration except for fees of sponsored students on financial aid. No student will be admitted to classes until such payments are made. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Alabama Southern Community College for the exact amount of the charge. Visa and Mastercard credit cards may be used for payment of fees, tuition and bookstore purchases.

POLICIES AND DISCLAIMERS REFUND POLICY Partial Withdrawal Students who do not completely withdraw from the College but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refunded the difference in the tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. There is no refund due to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period. Complete Withdrawal Students who officially withdraw from all classes for which they registered before the first day of class will be refunded the total tuition and other refundable fees. Students who officially withdraw completely after classes begin but prior to the end of the third week of classes will be refunded according to the official withdrawal date, as follows: Summer Semester Withdrawal by May 23 Withdrawal May 24-31 Withdrawal June 1-7 Withdrawal June 8-14 Withdrawal after June 14

Amount Refunded 100% of tuition/ fees 75% of tuition/ fees 50% of tuition/ fees 25% of tuition/ fees no refund

A week is defined as seven consecutive days including weekends beginning with the first instructional day of class. For classes meeting one time per week, refunds are based on each class meeting being counted as one week. The refund policy is applicable to tuition, the technology fee, and the facility renewal fee. Refunds will be made in whole dollars and calculated by rounding down to the nearest dollar. ALL COLLEGE WITHDRAWALS MUST BE HANDLED PERSONALLY AT THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE. THE TUITION AND FEE REFUNDS ARE COMPUTED ACCORDING TO THE DATE THE STUDENT ACTUALLY CONTACTS THE ADMISSIONS OFFICE AND COMPLETES THE COLLEGE WITHDRAWAL PROCESS AND NOT ACCORDING TO HIS OR HER LAST DAY OF ATTENDANCE.

Alabama Southern Community College complies with Federal regulations relative to the return of tuition and other institutional charges for the Title IV (Federal Financial Aid) recipients. Please contact the financial aid office for additional information prior to a complete withdrawal.

ACCREDITATION STATEMENT Alabama Southern Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science Degrees and Certificates.

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICIES It is the official policy of the Alabama State Department of Postsecondary Education and Alabama Southern Community College that no person in Alabama shall, on the grounds of race, color, disability, sex, religion, creed, national origin, or age be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity, or employment. Alabama Southern Community College is committed to this policy of non-discrimination and complies with the non-discrimination regulations under Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Title IX, Education Amendment of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Inquiries concerning this policy may be directed to Dr. John A. Johnson, President, or to the Title IX Coordinator, Ms. Ann Clanton.

COURSE CANCELLATION POLICY Alabama Southern reserves the right to cancel any course when insufficient registration occurs. In the event a course is canceled, a student has the option of adding another course that offers the same number of credits or receiving a refund. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 9

Alabama Southern offers FREE tutoring! At Alabama Southern, you are more than just a face in the crowd. We want you to reach your academic goals, and we care about your success. That is why we offer free tutoring for Alabama Southern students for every course we offer. Contact the campus nearest you for an appointment! Demopolis Campus Coordinator: Augusta Watters PO Box 2000 • Demopolis, AL 36732 (334) 287-0174 Email: [email protected]

Monroeville Campus Coordinator: Tamekia Randall PO Box 2000 • Monroeville, AL 36460 (251) 575-3156 ext. #276 Email: [email protected]

Gilbertown Campus Coordinator: Debbie Jimerson PO Box 2000 • Gilbertown, AL 36908 (251) 843-5265 ext. #427 Email: [email protected]

Thomasville Campus Coordinator: Latrina J. White PO Box 2000 • Thomasville, AL 36784 (334) 636-9642 ext. #637 Email: [email protected]

Jackson Campus Coordinator: Kiki Moore PO Box 2000 • Jackson, AL 36545 (251) 246-0010 Email: [email protected]

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academic calendar 2006 SUMMER SEMESTER 2006 Tuesday, May 23 Wednesday, May 24 Thursday, May 25 Monday, May 29 Monday, June 5 Wednesday, June 28 Tuesday, July 4 Thursday, July 13 Wednesday, August 2 – Thursday, August 3

Registration for Summer Semester Evening classes begin for Summer Semester Last Day to Register/Change a Schedule for Summer Semester Memorial Day Holiday – Entire College Closed Day classes begin for Summer Semester Midterm for Summer Semester Fourth of July Holiday – Entire College Closed Last Day to Withdraw Without Penalty Final Exams

Accelerated High School Students A student who has completed the tenth grade, has maintained a B average, and has written recommendation from the high school principal may enroll in Alabama Southern under the accelerated high school student program. College credit may be earned while still attending high school. This program is an excellent way to get a jump on your college career. Apply today and begin your academic career at Alabama Southern.

Dual Enrollment/ Dual Credit Alabama Southern provides postsecondary instructional opportunities to eligible high school students by being enrolled as a Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit student. This allows eligible high school students to enroll in college classes concurrently with high school classes, and to receive both high school and college credit where appropriate. Eligibility is determined by articulated agreements between school systems and Alabama Southern.

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Get a jump on the GED with FREE GED Prep Classes at Alabama Southern. We offer day, evening and Saturday classes to accommodate any schedule!

ADULT EDUCATION DEPARTMENT The Adult Education Department provides an opportunity for adults to study basic education (reading, English, math, science, history), to prepare for the GED high school equivalency test or to earn an Adult High School Diploma. All ASCC Adult Education classes and GED Prep Courses are free. Course materials are free too. Online GED Prep Courses are also available!

ENROLL IN ASCC’S FREE GED PREP COURSE The GED (General Educational Development) test is actually a series of five tests in the areas of writing skills, social studies, science, literature, the arts and math. In Alabama, persons must make an average score of 450 on the five areas to pass the GED test. The Adult Education/ GED Prep program allows adults to work toward a GED or improve English, math or reading skills. ASCC has the most up-to-date equipment on which to train, and students work at their own speed on an individual basis. Students may enroll at any time. Classes and materials are free. Day classes are scheduled from 7:45 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday – Thursday on the Monroeville and Thomasville campuses, and Monday – Thursday from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Career Link Center in Monroeville. Evening classes are scheduled on Tuesday and Thursday from 5-8 p.m. on the Thomasville Campus, and Tuesday and Thursday from 5-8 p.m. at Monroeville Elementary School. Classes are also scheduled on Monday and Thursday from 5-8 p.m. at the Adult Learning Center in Yellow Bluff, and on Monday and Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. on the Gilbertown Campus. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 12

2006 GED TEST DATES AT ASCC: ■ Monroeville: April 21 • June 23 • July 21 ■ Thomasville: April 7 • May 19 • June 9 • July 7 ■ Gilbertown: April 21 • June 2 • July 14

GED TESTING PROCEDURES: ■ All GED Pre-Registration will take place in the ASCC Adult Education Department. ■ All examinees must schedule a pre-registration appointment by calling Anthonell Abrams at (334) 636-9642, ext. 607, or (251) 575-3156, ext. 258. ■ Appointments must be scheduled one week prior to the test date. ■ The $50 test fee must be paid at the time of application. (The first 20 paid applicants will be tested.) ■ Applicants must present a picture I.D. on the day of the test. This must be an official government issued I.D. (i.e., driver’s license, military identification, etc.) ■ Applicants must be 18 years of age (stop by the Adult Education Dept. for list of exceptions) a resident of AL for the past 30 days, and not currently attending high school. ■ Testing begins promptly at 7:30 a.m. Late examinees will not be admitted!

For more information or to apply, call Alabama Southern’s Adult Education Dept. in Thomasville, (334) 636-9642, ext. 642

Alabama Southern’s GED Online Program – We’ve got the solution for you! Alabama Southern is proud to offer the most advanced, innovative GED online preparation course available. We deliver the GED classroom right to you! You determine where and when to take classes – so adult students seeking a GED really benefit from this innovative new program! Alabama Southern provides online learning for students who work multiple jobs or night shifts, live too far away from a GED educational center or are unable to spend time in a classroom environment. This new program increases your chances of success by providing easier access to the GED preparation course. Students can study toward their GED at any given day or at any hour. GED lessons address the skills necessary to pass the GED by integrating comprehensive text, high graphics, interactive activities and powerful videos.

What if I don’t own a computer or have computer skills? Don’t worry. We have a solution to your problem. You can now prepare for the GED in the comfort of your home using instructional video provided by Alabama Southern. All you need is a VCR!

How much does it cost? There is absolutely no cost. Alabama Southern provides this program as a free service to qualifying adults.

How do I qualify? Qualifying students must be 16 years and over and officially withdrawn from high school. Some other restrictions may apply.

For more information on the GED Online Program, call Alabama Southern’s Adult Education Dept. in Thomasville, (334) 636-9642, ext. 642 or email [email protected]

Get FIT for a new career! Enroll in Focus Industry Training (FIT) at Alabama Southern and receive Alabama Certified Worker Recognition Alabama’s FIT program was created to reveal career pathways for individuals with limited education and employment experience. FIT provides the skills required for entry-level employment with many Alabama industries and businesses. FIT graduates become “Alabama Certified Workers” upon successful completion of the training program. The curriculum covers Basic Education, Computer Skills, Problem Solving, Workplace Solving, Manufacturing and Job Acquisition. Participants benefit from the free, quality training by industry professionals. A limited number of scholarships are available for transportation allowances. Candidates must be at least 18 years old, preferably with high school diploma or GED. Candidates must also complete a reading and math skills assessment to be considered for enrollment. Refresher training in reading and math is available for potential trainees. Focus Industry Training is a program of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education. It is the official policy of the Alabama Department of Postsecondary Education, including all postsecondary institutions under the control of the Alabama State Board of Education, that no person in Alabama shall, on the grounds of race, color, disability, creed, national origin, or age, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment.

Call today to enroll in FIT! Monroeville: Stuart Lee – (251) 575-3156, ext. 258 Demopolis: Tamika Dial – (334) 287-0174 Wilcox & Choctaw counties: John Tillman – (334) 636-9642 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 13

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Easy Steps to Admission

Applying for admission to Alabama Southern is easy. ASCC has an open-door admission policy. Admission to college coursework may require graduation from high school or a General Education Diploma (GED). An official transcript of all previous academic work is also required. Various programs of study have different admission requirements. 1

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APPLY FOR ADMISSION

OBTAIN PARKING DECAL

Submit your application for admission to the Admissions Office and have your official high school transcript, GED documentation, and/or official transcripts from all other colleges attended sent to the Registrar’s Office. In addition, you must also submit a completed residency verification form and selective service verification.

Parking decals are issued during registration. Students must complete a Vehicle Registration Card to receive a parking decal.

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All tuition and fees must be cleared before the first day of class. Registration is not complete and students cannot attend class without completing this step. Visit the business office or pay your tuition and fees on the web at www.ascc.edu.

APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID All students are required to apply for financial aid. Submit your application and financial documentation to the Financial Aid Office. It is necessary to apply for financial aid well before your planned date of enrollment. See page 8 for more info.

3 TAKE THE PLACEMENT TEST The ASSET/ COMPASS Placement Test is required of all new degree seeking or vocational/occupational students and any transfer student who has not had an English or math course and wishes to take one. Exceptions: If a student has had the ACT and has scored 20 or above in English and 20 or above in math, the student is exempt from taking the test. However the 20 in math does not place students in transfer math coursework. Call for more info.

4 SEE AN ADVISOR & SELECT CLASSES An advisor in your major will assist you in selecting classes and in helping you complete a class schedule.

5 REGISTER FOR CLASSES After you meet with your advisor, returning students are able to register for classes on the web. Students who attend a New Student Orientation session will have the opportunity to meet with their advisor and register for classes early. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 14

7 CLEAR TUITION & FEES

8 PURCHASE BOOKS & SUPPLIES Students may purchase books anytime during the semester; however students with certain scholarships and other financial aid may charge only through the specified dates. Take a copy of your schedule in order to speed the process.

9 DROP/ADD CLASSES Students can adjust their schedules during the first week of classes. Students must obtain a drop/add form in the Student Development Office, and then see their advisor to reschedule classes before submitting the form to the Registrar’s office.

10 ATTEND CLASSES AND HAVE A WONDERFUL SEMESTER!

Advanced Technology evening courses offered in Thomasville! Push the right buttons for a new career! Enroll in Advanced Technology evening courses offered on the Thomasville campus. Alabama Southern makes it convenient to pursue a degree in one of our Advanced Technology programs. Evening courses are offered on our Thomasville campus, so you can attend class after work. You’ll receive a solid foundation in the classroom, and you’ll receive practical, hands-on experience in some of the nation’s best industrial training labs.

Advanced Technology Evening Courses – Summer Semester 2006 Thomasville Evening Courses IET111 621 IET112 621 MTT126 621 MTT129 621 MTT139 621 MTT140 621

DC FUNDAMENTALS INDUSTRIAL SAFETY BASIC BLUEPRINT READ FOR MACHINE LATHE OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER NUM CONTROL BASIC COMPUTER NUMER CONTRL

See schedule of classes for class times.

For more information call: Machine Technology/Millwright: (334) 636-9642, ext. 615 Advanced Technology: (334) 636-9642, ext. 663 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 15

New Evening Classes in Geographic Information Systems For Summer Semester 2006 Alabama Southern is offering new evening classes in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to put you on the fast track to a new career! Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Courses: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is a computer-based data processing tool used to manage and analyze spatial information. GIS course topics covered include data acquisition, management, manipulation and analysis and cartographic output for applications of GIS in scientific and technological operations such as environmental assessment, analysis or natural hazards, site analysis for business and industry, resource management, land-use planning and GIS programming. Website with GIS info: http://www.gis.com/whatisgis/related_links.html GIS201 621

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS

3

GIS204 621

GIS APPLICATIONS PROGRAM

3

05:00P 07:40P 07:50P 10:00P 05:30P 07:40P 07:50P 10:00P

T & TH TUESDAY WED W & TH

For more information call Becky Pilkington at (251) 575-3156, ext. 625 or (334) 636-9642, ext. 625 or email [email protected]

ATTEND THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS! Students must attend each class during the first week or they will be deleted from class(es). Learn your instructor’s name. Get a copy of the course syllabus. Financial aid students receive their checks faster. Check to be sure your course wasn’t cancelled. Identify room changes so you won’t get lost. Remember, instructors at Alabama Southern record absences from the first day of class. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 16

You’ve got skills… We’ve got opportunities!!!

KeyTrain Preparation for Employment KeyTrain is the complete interactive training system for the WorkKeys basic workplace skills. KeyTrain provides a comprehensive learning system for common skills required by all jobs, based on ACT’s WorkKeys employment system.

KeyTrain for Teaching Assistants This is an open entry self-paced program designed to prepare teaching assistants to take the paraprofessional exam for certification that is now part of the “No Child Left Behind” Act of 2001. Location: All Alabama Southern campuses

Alabama High School Graduation (Exit Exam) Review This course is designed to prepare students enrolled in grades 10-12 to take all parts of the graduation exam. Dates: TBA Times: 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Cost: free Location: All Alabama Southern campuses

Workplace Spanish Courses for a variety of professions Learn to communicate in Spanish, simply but effectively. It’s easier than you think – no grammar, no alphabet to memorize, no rules to study. Just learn key phrases and terms for your profession. With the help of your instructor and our easy-to-use manual and audio CD, you’ll master Spanish pronunciation and be able to engage in short conversations on topics appropriate for your profession. No prior Spanish experience necessary. Course fee includes manual and audio CD.

All Workplace Spanish courses will be taught on the Monroeville, Thomasville, and Demopolis campuses of Alabama Southern. The times/cost of each course are TBA. Workplace Spanish Courses include: x Workplace Spanish for City & County Government x Workplace Spanish for Customer Service x Workplace Spanish for Firefighters and EMS Personnel x Workplace Spanish for Human Resources x Workplace Spanish for Police Officers and 9-1-1 Dispatchers x Workplace Spanish for Supervisors x Workplace Spanish for Teachers and School Administrators

Skills Training Courses Offered Alabama Southern Community College now offers six to eight week training programs that will get you prepared for a new career. Possible training programs include: x Air Conditioning and Refrigeration x Aluminum Welding x Certified Nursing Assistant x Construction Electricity x Medical Billing and Coding x Millwright x Nail Technician x Pharmacy Technician x Phlebotomy

Contact Angelis Smith for admissions and registration at (334) 636-9642, ext. 642. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 17

begin an exciting nursing career! Apply for Alabama Southern’s Nursing Programs! Program

Application Deadline

Enrollment

Practical Nursing-LPN

June 1

Fall Term

Practical Nursing-LPN

November 1

Spring Term

Associate Degree Nursing-RN

June 1

Fall Term

Upward Mobility Associate Degree Nursing-RN

March 1

Summer Term

Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program and the Practical Nursing Program is competitive, and the number of faculty and clinical facilities available limits the number of students. Meeting minimal requirements does not guarantee acceptance. Program Options: ■ Practical Nursing (LPN) Program courses offered on the Thomasville Campus Program admission Fall and Spring Term each year (One Year Program) ■ Associate Degree Nursing (RN) Program courses offered on the Monroeville Campus Program admission each Fall Term (Two Year Program) ■ Upward Mobility – Associate Degree Nursing (RN) Program offered on the Monroeville Campus Program admission each Summer Term (One Year Program)

For more information about program admission standards, applications and course recommendations please call, Melissa Raine at (251) 575-3156, ext. 285 or Lynn Counselman at (334) 636-9642, ext. 657. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 18

Alabama Southern now offers Certified Nurse Assistant Training

Start Right for college success!

Healthcare work is a demanding profession, but it is also one of the most fulfilling careers you can imagine. Shortages of health care professionals continue to increase, making nurses and nurse assistants among the most sought after employees nationwide. Alabama Southern’s nursing assistant/ aide program provides students with the skills to become a Certified Nursing Assistant/ Aide and prepares students for challenging positions in hospitals, nursing homes and long-term health care facilities. New classes begin every eight weeks. Classes fill up fast, so please sign up now!

For more information contact Karen Scarbrough, (334) 636-9642, ext. 683 or (251) 575-3156, ext. 683

Start Right is a free program designed to prepare prospective students to take the college placement test (ASSET or COMPASS). The goal is to provide intensive, individualized instruction in reading, math and English in order to reduce the number of individuals testing into developmental classes. Prospective students may participate in the program prior to taking the placement test or after taking the test and placing into a developmental class. Prospective students testing into a developmental class may elect to receive remediation through Start Right and test out of a developmental class or classes prior to registration. To register for the program call Donna Nelson, (334) 636-9642, ext. 648 or Martha Ann McNeil, (251) 575-3156, ext. 314 or e-mail [email protected] 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 19

Clear charges and buy books early to avoid long lines! BOOKSTORE POLICIES

■ Books and supplies may be charged to Pell Grant or other approved scholarships if cleared by the financial aid office and the business office. Students may purchase books anytime during the semester; however, students with certain scholarships and other financial aid may charge only through the specified dates. The bookstore will be open until 7 p.m. the first week of classes for each term to accommodate evening students. Regular bookstore hours are MondayFriday 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

■ Old editions ■ Textbooks no longer being used ■ Damaged textbooks ■ Bookstore personnel discretion As with the refunds, credits will be issued on the student’s account that may be applied to the purchase of other books and supplies. A check will be issued by the business office for any unused credits on the student’s account. Two weeks should be allowed for processing the check.

■ A student may be entitled to a full refund during the drop/add period. Full refunds will be given for new books only if the books have not been used. Used books are refunded at the purchased price. Receipts are required for refunds. Credits will be issued on the student’s account that may be applied to the purchase of other books and supplies. A check will be issued by the business office for any unused credits on the student’s account. Two weeks should be allowed for processing the check.

■ Students who are on Athletic or President’s scholarships, which pay for books, must turn in their books at the end of each term during the days of final exams. This includes all textbooks, study guides, and solutions manuals. ALL BOOKS RECEIVED MUST BE RETURNED. Students not complying will be placed on Bookstore Processing Hold. This will place a hold on transcripts, registration, grades, and student pay. This will prevent a student from being allowed to register for the following term. Any books damaged, in any manner, must be paid for at this time.

Bulletin Board

■ At the end of each semester during final exam days, the Bookstore will buy back textbooks. Students receive 50% of the new or used price for each textbook that is sold back to the bookstore. However, less may be given, depending on the condition of the book. Exceptions to this policy include:

Library Hours – Summer Semester

Disabled Students

■ Monroeville Library

It is the policy of Alabama Southern to provide reasonable accommodations for environmental and program accessibility for persons defined as disabled in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). Anyone who desires information about accessibility or services should contact the ADA coordinator at (334) 636-9642 or (251) 575-3156, ext. 620.

Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

■ Thomasville Library Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Sunday: 2 p.m. - 6 p.m.

■ Gilbertown Library Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 8 p.m. Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturday: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

■ Demopolis Library

Ability to Benefit

Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday: 8 a.m - 3 p.m.

Alabama Southern offers certificate programs for students who do not have a high school diploma or GED. Students who are 16 years of age and pass the Ability to Benefit Test may be admitted to programs in welding or cosmetology. Students without a high school diploma or GED must take the Ability to Benefit test to qualify for financial aid. ASCC’s Adult Education Center offers Ability to Benefit testing each Friday at 8 a.m. To schedule an appointment please contact Christine Denish at (334) 636-9642, ext. 614 or (251) 575-3156, ext. 614.

■ Jackson Library Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday: 9 a.m - 4 p.m.

Senior Adults Attend Tuition Free Alabama Southern offers a free tuition scholarship to area residents who are sixty years or older and who meet admission requirements. A Senior Adult Scholarship student will receive free tuition for all credit courses taken in which space is available. Students will be responsible for paying fees and books. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 20

Step into a new career! Enroll in our Truck Driver Training Institute

Let Alabama Southern put you on the road to a new career in Commercial Truck Driving Alabama Southern Community College offers an intensive six-week Truck Driver Training Course on the Thomasville Campus. Financial Aid is available for this program through the Workforce Investment Act. Applications are currently being accepted.

CALL TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact Beverly Walker, (334) 636-9642, ext. 675 or (251) 575-3156, ext. 675 or contact your local CareerLink Onestop Office.

Your Best Choice! 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 21

EXPRESS REGISTRATION Continuing Education/Non-Credit Courses High school graduation or the equivalent is not required for participation in Continuing Education courses. Use one of the following Express Registration methods: BY PHONE: Call (334) 636-9642, ex. 607 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. BY FAX: Fax a completed registration form with credit card or purchase order number to (334) 636-1380. IN PERSON: Bring completed registration form to the Office of Student Development Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. BY MAIL: Mail the completed registration form with a check (payable to ASCC), money order or credit card information to: Alabama Southern Community College, P.O. Box 2000, Thomasville, AL 36784. Fees must be paid two working days prior to the start of the class. Class participants have three working days following the first class meeting to request a refund. A refund minus five percent administrative processing fee will be mailed. Please include your name, social security number, course name and number on your written request. Failure to attend the program does not constitute cancellation. All registrations will be automatically refunded in full for class cancellations due to insufficient enrollment. A parking permit is required for everyone participating in any course offered through Alabama Southern Community College. All cars parked without a permit are subject to being ticketed.

Alabama Southern Community College Express Registration Form Location:

❒ Monroeville ❒ Thomasville ❒ Gilbertown ❒ Jackson ❒ Demopolis

Please print Name __________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Male/ Female ____________________ Race __________________________ Birthdate ______________________________________ Address ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ City ____________________________ State __________________ Zip ________________ County ____________________________ Email address ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Phone (Home) __________________________________________ (Work) ________________________________________________ Social Security #

________________________________________ Employer ______________________________________________

Course(s)

Course Title

Fee

______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Date

__________________________________________________

Fee Total ______________________________

Method of Payment: ❒ Check

❒ Money Order

❒ Visa

❒ Mastercard

❒ P.O. (Check/money order should be made payable to ASCC)

Credit Card number ______________________________ Three digit code ____________ Expiration date ____________________

2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 22

Academic Planning Worksheet ____________________________________________________________ Name ____________________________________________________________ Program/Major ____________________________________________________________ # Credits Required for Major ____________________________________________________________ Anticipated Graduation Date ____________________________________________________________ Success Scores

PLACEMENT SCORES

______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ RECOMMENDATIONS

______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________ ______________________________

Use this form to chart the remaining courses you need to fulfill your program/major requirements. SEMESTER ____________________________________

SEMESTER ____________________________________

YEAR ________________________________________

YEAR ________________________________________

COURSE

COURSE

Credit

Grade

Credit

Grade

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

Total Credits __________________________________

Total Credits __________________________________

Transferable Credits __________________________

Transferable Credits __________________________

SEMESTER ____________________________________

SEMESTER ____________________________________

YEAR ________________________________________

YEAR ________________________________________

COURSE

COURSE

Credit

Grade

Credit

Grade

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

______________________________________________

Total Credits __________________________________

Total Credits __________________________________

Transferable Credits __________________________

Transferable Credits __________________________ 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 23

student support services

Student Support Services is a federally funded program designed to assist eligible students in acquiring the necessary academic, personal, and social skills to succeed in college. The program’s goal is to increase the retention, transfer, and graduation rate of participants. Students qualify for Student Support Services by meeting one of the following criteria: ■ First-generation college student (parents did not graduate from a four-year college) ■ Financial aid recipient who meets income requirements ■ Physical or learning disabled

FREE SERVICES IN SSS:

CULTURAL ENRICHMENT Opportunities to visit cultural sites both in and out of state are provided. The sites are those where the essence of different cultures is emphasized and exhibited.

FINANCIAL ADVISING Participants will receive financial advise about securing money for tuition and living on a budget.

CAREER ADVISING Participants will receive career advising after they complete the Holland Self-Directed Career Search.

PERSONAL ADVISING A project specialist is available to provide personal and relationship advising.

MENTORING TUTORING Tutors are available for those participants who may be having problems in any of their courses. Tutoring will be one-on-one or group.

ACADEMIC ADVISING Our staff will carefully advise participants in selecting courses to ensure that degree requirements are met and courses will transfer.

TRANSFER ADVISING Trips to four-year institutions within our state give participants the opportunity to tour campuses, talk to admission representatives, and ask questions concerning the institution to which they plan to transfer.

SUCCESS SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS Seminars and workshops are designed to provide participants with information that will be beneficial to them in various facets of their college experience.

LAPTOP COMPUTERS Laptop computers are available for loan to all participants. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 24

All faculty members serve as mentors to the SSS participants.

SUPPLEMENTAL GRANT AID Additional grant aid is available to participants who have met Pell eligibility and who meet criteria established by the SSS program. For more information about SSS, please contact: Rhonda Dees Student Support Services Alabama Southern Community College Library Building P. O. Box 2000 Monroeville, AL 36461 (251) 575-3156, ext. 281 Paid for by U. S. Department of Education Funds. ASCC and the SSS program assure that no student on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran, or disabled veteran will be denied opportunity to make application for the SSS program.

ALABAMA SOUTHERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSES OFFERED * Link to WebCT * Link to Web Enhanced Courses * Link to Web Courses * Link to Distance Learning/Videoconferencing Courses * Link to Testing Center

The Distance Education Mission of Alabama Southern Community College is to provide a comprehensive distance education program to meet the continuous and changing education needs of the residents of Southwest Alabama, regardless of locations or time restraints. Alabama Southern is committed to providing learning activities to support the multiple learning styles of students. We offer three different types of courses: (1) web enhanced, (2) web courses and (3) distance learning/videoconferencing courses. (1) Web Enhanced courses are traditional courses with a web componenet that provides additional resources to address the multiple learning styles of students. (2) Web Courses consist of internet based instruction. All assignments are completed through the course website. (3) Distance Learning/Videoconferencing courses (DL) utilize a two-way audio video connection that allows students and instructors to meet in class on multiple campuses.

SUMMER 2006 ONLINE COURSES COURSE SECTION

COURSE NAME

BIO120 700 CIS146 700 ENG101 700 ENG102 700 ENG271 700 ENG272 700 HIS121 700 HIS122 700 IDS299 700

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS COMPOSITION I COMPOSITION II WORLD LITERATURE I WORLD LITERATURE II WORLD HISTORY I WORLD HISTORY II LEADERSHIP 101

CR TIME 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2

ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE

DAYS

INSTRUCTOR

ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE ONLINE

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 25

SUMMER SEMESTER 2006 SCHEDULE DAY CLASSES (EVENING CLASSES WILL BE LISTED AT THE END OF THE DAY CLASSES!) COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

DAYS

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

3 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

ADM 122

BROWN

3 10:05A 12:15P

M&W

ADM 122

BROWN

ART MONROEVILLE ART100 101 ART203 101

ART APPRECIATION NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 ART HISTORY I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

BIOLOGY ONLINE COURSE BIO120 700

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

3

STAFF

MONROEVILLE BIO103 101 BIO103L101 BIO201 101 BIO201L101 BIO202 101 BIO202L101 BIO220 101 BIO220L101

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I LAB HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS I LAB HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS II LAB MICROBIOLOGY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 MICROBIOLOGY LAB

4 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

SCI 104

BOOTHE

0 01:00P 04:50P 4 10:05A 12:15P

MONDAY M&W

SCI 101 SCI 104

BOOTHE BOOTHE

0 01:00P 04:50P 4 07:45A 09:55A

WED T & TH

SCI 101 SCI 104

BOOTHE BOOTHE

0 10:05A 12:05P 12:45P 02:35P 4 02:40P 03:45P

TUESDAY TUESDAY M&W

SCI 101

BOOTHE

SCI 103

MARCY

0 10:05A 02:10P

M&W

SCI 101

MARCY

4 10:05A 12:15P

M&W

1100 1115

ARMSTRONG

0 01:00P 04:50P 4 07:45A 09:55A

WED M&W

1100 1115 1100 1115

ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG

0 01:00P 04:50P

MONDAY

1100 1115

ARMSTRONG

4 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

DEM 100

ARMSTRONG

0 01:00P 02:55P

T & TH

DEM 100

ARMSTRONG

THOMASVILLE BIO103 601 BIO103L601 BIO202 601 BIO202L601

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I LAB HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS II LAB

DEMOPOLIS BIO103 901 BIO103L901

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI. 6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I LAB

BASIC STUDY SKILLS MONROEVILLE BSS090 101

BASIC STUDY SKILLS

3 TBA

TBA

STAFF

TBA

NELSON

THOMASVILLE BSS090 601

BASIC STUDY SKILLS

2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 26

3 TBA

COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

BUILDING ROOM

DAYS

INSTRUCTOR

BASIC STUDY SKILLS (continued) DEMOPOLIS BSS090 901

BASIC STUDY SKILLS

3 TBA

TBA

V LONG

BUSINESS THOMASVILLE BUS188 601 BUS241 601 BUS279 601

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI- 06/09/06 AND 6/16/06 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI- 06/09/06 AND 6/16/06

3 03:10P 05:20P

M&W

3000 3051

GRANT

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

3000 3001

HUDSON

3 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

3000 3001

GRANT

4 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

SCI 102

MARCY

0 10:05A 12:55P

T & TH

SCI 102

MARCY

4 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

7000 7004

SMITH

0 10:15A 12:15P 12:45P 02:45P

T & TH T & TH

7000 7001

SMITH

CHEMISTRY MONROEVILLE CHM112 101 CHM112L101

COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 COLLEGE CHEMISTY II LAB

THOMASVILLE CHM104 601 CHM104L601

INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEM LAB

COMPUTER SCIENCE ONLINE COURSE CIS146 700

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3

STAFF

MONROEVILLE CIS146 101 CIS146L101

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3 12:50P 03:00P

M&W

ADM 118

CRAVEN

0 TBA

TBA

ADM 118

CRAVEN

3 10:05A 12:15P

M&W

3000 3051

GAILLARD

0 TBA 3 12:50P 03:00P

TBA M&W

3000 3051 3000 3051

GAILLARD GAILLARD

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

3000 3051

GAILLARD

0 TBA

TBA

3000 3051

GAILLARD

3 10:05A 12:15P

M&W

DEM 103

LEHNING

0 TBA 3 10:05A 12:15P

TBA T & TH

DEM 103 DEM 103

LEHNING LEHNING

THOMASVILLE CIS146 601 CIS146L601 CIS196D601 CIS207 601 CIS207L601

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/09/06 AND 6/16/06 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS COMMERC SOFTWARE APPS(ACCTG) NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI- 06/09/06 AND 6/16/06 INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI- 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT LAB

DEMOPOLIS CIS146 901 CIS146L901 CIS196D901

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS NOTE: ALSO MEET 2 FRI. 6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS COMMERC SOFTWARE APPS(ACCTG) NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI. 6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

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COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

6000 6051

WARD

6000 6051 6000 6051

WARD WARD

6000 6051

L GORDON

6000 6051 6000 6051

L GORDON WARD L GORDON

M&W

SCI 106

HUDSON

T & TH

3000 3001

HUDSON

M&W

DEM 138

LEHNING

1300 1301

C MOORE

1300 1352

DENTON

DAYS

COSMETOLOGY THOMASVILLE COS131 601 COS132 601 COS133 601 COS153 601 COS154 601 COS156 601 COS167 601

AESTHETICS NOTE: MEETS 4 FRIDAYS AESTHETICS APPLICATIONS SALON MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

3 07:45A 11:45A 12:15P 04:45P 3 07:45A 04:45P 3 07:45A 09:55A 12:15P 04:45P 3 07:45A 11:45A 12:15P 04:45P 3 07:45A 04:45P 3 07:45A 11:45A 3 TBA

NAIL ART NOTE: MEETS 4 FRIDAYS NAIL ART APPLICATIONS CAREER & PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT STATE BOARD REVIEW NOTE: STATE BOARD REVIEW FOR NAIL TECH

FRIDAY FRIDAY T & TH TUESDAY T & TH FRIDAY FRIDAY M&W THURSDAY TBA

ECONOMICS MONROEVILLE ECO231 101

PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 12:50P 03:00P

THOMASVILLE ECO231 601

PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI- 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06

3 07:45A 09:55A

DEMOPOLIS ECO232 901

PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 12:50P 03:00P

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY THOMASVILLE ELT114 601

RESIDENTIAL WIRING METHODS

ELT212 601

MOTOR CONTROL II

3 10:05A 12:15P 12:50P 03:00P 3 07:45A 09:55A 10:05A 12:15P

WED M&W M&W MONDAY

ENGLISH ONLINE COURSES ENG101 700 ENG102 700 ENG271 700 ENG272 700

COMPOSITION I COMPOSITION II WORLD LITERATURE I WORLD LITERATURE II

3 3 3 3

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

MONROEVILLE ENG080 101 ENG092A101

ENGLISH LABORATORY BASIC ENG I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ENG092L101 BASIC ENGLISH I LAB ENG101 101 COMPOSITION I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/0 ENG101 102 COMPOSITION I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 ENG102 101 COMPOSITION II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 ENG271 101 WORLD LITERATURE I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ENG272 101 WORLD LITERATURE II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 28

1 TBA 4 10:05A 12:15P

TBA T & TH

ADM 114 ADM 121

BUSBY KYNARD

0 TBA 3 07:45A 09:55A

TBA T & TH

ADM 118 ADM 119

BUSBY ESTILL

3 10:05A 12:15P

M&W

ADM 119

FRYE

3 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

ADM 119

FRYE

3 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

ADM 119

ESTILL

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

SCI 109

ESTILL

COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

DAYS

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

1 TBA 4 07:45A 09:55A

TBA T & TH

1000 1084

NELSON NELSON

0 TBA 3 10:05A 12:15P

TBA M&W

1000 1056 1000 1084

NELSON GLASS

3 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

1000 1084

GLASS

3 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

1000 1084

MARTINDALE

1 TBA 4 07:45A 09:55A

TBA T & TH

DEM 116 DEM 116

V LONG BURRELL

0 TBA 3 07:45A 09:55A

TBA T & TH

DEM 116 DEM 103

V LONG GLASS

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

DEM 138

GLASS

3 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

DEM 138

GLASS

ENGLISH (continued) THOMASVILLE ENG080 601 ENG092A601 ENG092L601 ENG100B601 ENG101 601 ENG101 602

ENGLISH LABORATORY BASIC ENG I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 BASIC ENGLISH I LAB VOC TECH ENGLISH I (CERT) NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI 6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 COMPOSITION I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 COMPOSITION I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

DEMOPOLIS ENG080 901 ENG092A901 ENG092L901 ENG101 901 ENG102 901 ENG272 901

ENGLISH LABORATORY BASIC ENG I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 BASIC ENGLISH I LAB COMPOSITION I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 COMPOSITION II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 WORLD LITERATURE II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

HISTORY ONLINE COURSES HIS121 700 HIS122 700

WORLD HISTORY I WORLD HISTORY II

3 3

STAFF STAFF

MONROEVILLE HIS121 101 HIS122 101 HIS122 102

WORLD HISTORY I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 WORLD HISTORY II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 WORLD HISTORY II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

LIB 101

M GORDON

3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

NUR 101

M GORDON

3 03:10P 05:20P

T & TH

SCI 109

M GORDON

M&W

1100 1113

M GORDON

M&W

DEM 117

M GORDON

THOMASVILLE HIS122 601

WORLD HISTORY II NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 07:45A 09:55A

DEMOPOLIS HIS121 901

WORLD HISTORY I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 12:50P 03:00P

INTERDEPARTMENTAL STUDIES ONLINE COURSE IDS299 700

LEADERSHIP 101

2

STAFF

MONROEVILLE IDS299 101

LEADERSHIP 101

2 TBA

TBA

STAFF

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C R TIME

COURSE NAME

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

1300 1352

DOGGETTE

1300 1352

DENTON

1300 1352

DENTON

M&W MONDAY M&W MONDAY

1300 1301

C MOORE

1300 1301

C MOORE

1 08:00A 09:55A 3 12:50P 03:00P

M&W T & TH

ADM 121 ADM 121

BRIGHT KING

4 10:05A 12:15P

M&W

SCI 106

BRIGHT

4 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

ADM 114

HOLLINGER

0 01:00P 02:55P 0 TBA 3 10:05A 12:15P

M&W TBA M&W

ADM 121 ADM 114 SCI 109

BRIGHT BUSBY HOLLINGER

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

SCI 106

KING

3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

SCI 106

BRIGHT

4 12:50P 03:20P

T & TH

SCI 106

BRIGHT

1 10:15A 12:10P 3 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH T & TH

1000 1084 3000 3001

DEES WORTHY

4 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

1000 1083

DEES

0 03:15P 05:10P 3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH T & TH

1000 1084 1000 1083

DEES DEES

3 12:50P 03:00P 3 12:50P 03:00P

M&W M&W

1000 1084 1000 1083

GOFORTH GOFORTH

DAYS

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY THOMASVILLE IET122 601

ROTATING MACHINERY & CONTROLS

3 07:45A 09:55A 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH TUESDAY

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY THOMASVILLE ILT108 601

INTRO TO INSTR & PROCESS CTRL

ILT114 601

INSTRUMENTATION OPER AND CALIB

3 10:05A 12:15P 12:50P 03:00P 3 10:05A 12:15P 12:50P 03:00P

WED M&W WED M&W

INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY THOMASVILLE INT106 601

ELEMENTS OF INDUSTRIAL MECH

INT132 601

PREVENTIVE & PREDICTIVE MAIN

3 07:45A 09:55A 10:05A 12:15P 3 07:45A 09:55A 10:05A 12:15P

MATHEMATICS MONROEVILLE MTH080A101 MTH090 101 MTH098 101 MTH098 102 MTH098L101 MTH098L102 MTH100 101 MTH110 101 MTH112 101 MTH125 101

MATH LAB (FOR MTH100) BASIC MATH NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA LAB ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA LAB INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 FINITE MATH NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 CALCULUS I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

THOMASVILLE MTH080A601 MTH090 601 MTH098 601 MTH098L601 MTH100 601 MTH112 601 MTH116 601

MATH LAB (FOR MTH100) BASIC MATH NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA LAB INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/09/06 AND 6/16/06

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C R TIME

COURSE NAME

DAYS

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

1 03:10P 05:05P 3 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH T & TH

DEM 116 DEM 116

J LONG KENNEDY

4 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

DEM 116

KENNEDY

0 TBA 3 12:50P 03:00P

TBA T & TH

DEM 116 DEM 120

KENNEDY J LONG

3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

DEM 138

J LONG

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

DEM 120

J LONG

T & TH T & TH M&W M&W M&W M&W

4000 4001

TINDLE

4000 4001

TINDLE

4000 4001

TINDLE

MATHEMATICS (continued) DEMOPOLIS MTH080A901 MTH090 901 MTH098 901 MTH098L901 MTH100 901 MTH113 901 MTH116 901

MATH LAB (FOR MTH100) BASIC MATH NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA LAB INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

MACHINE TECHNOLOGY THOMASVILLE MTT136 601

MILLING OPERATIONS

MTT140 601

BASIC COMPUTER NUMER CONTRL T

MTT148 601

INTRO TO MACHINE SHOP I LAB

6 07:45A 12:00P 12:35P 04:30P 3 07:45A 12:00P 12:35P 01:05P 3 07:45A 12:00P 12:35P 04:30P

MUSIC MONROEVILLE MUS101 101 MUS115 101

MUSIC APPRECIATION NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

3 10:05A 12:15P

T & TH

NUR 101

LOLLIS

3 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

NUR 101

LOLLIS

M&W

1100 1113

LOLLIS

NUR 101

TORREY

THOMASVILLE MUS101 601

MUSIC APPRECIATION NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/09/06 AND 06/16/06

3 10:05A 12:15P

ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING MONROEVILLE NUR201 101 NUR201C101 NUR201C102 NUR201C103 NUR201C104 NUR201C105 NUR201C106 NUR201C107

NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I CLINICAL NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I CLINICAL NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I CLINICAL NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I CLINICAL NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I CLINICAL NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I CLINICAL NURSING THROUGH LIFESPAN I CLINICAL

5 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TUESDAY TUESDAY TUESDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY THURSDAY THURSDAY

MIDDLETON BOLDIN NETTLES STAFF STAFF BOLDIN STAFF

THURSDAY 1000 1054

VALINE

TUESDAY

STAFF

TUESDAY

STAFF

TUESDAY

STAFF

07:00A 07:00P 07:00A 07:00P 07:00A 07:00P 07:00A 07:00P 07:00A 07:00P 07:00A 07:00P 07:00A 07:00P

THOMASVILLE NUR105 601

ADULT NURSING

NUR105C601

ADULT NURSING CLINICAL NOTE: MEETS AT GROVE HILL HOSPITAL ADULT NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 06:30P NOTE: MEETS AT SPRING HILL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL ADULT NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 06:30P NOTE: MEETS AT THOMASVILLE HOSPITAL

NUR105C602 NUR105C603

8 08:30A 12:00P 12:50P 05:50P 0 06:30A 06:30P

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C R TIME

COURSE NAME

DAYS

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN NURSING (continued) NUR105C604 NUR105L601 NUR106 601 NUR106C601 NUR106C602 NUR106C603 NUR106C604 NUR107 601 NUR107C601 NUR107C602 NUR107C603 NUR107C604 NUR108 601 NUR109 601

ADULT NURSING CLINICAL NOTE: LOCATION - TBA ADULT NURSING LAB NOTE: MEETS 2 FRIDAYS 7:00AM - 7:00PM MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING

0 06:30A 06:30P

TUESDAY

0 10:00A 12:30P

MONDAY

1100 1163

VALINE

WED

1000 1054

WHITING

5 10:00A 12:00P 12:50P 05:10P MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:15P NOTE: SPRING HILL MEMORIAL/MEETS FOR 6 WEEKS MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:15P NOTE: SPRING HILL MEMORIAL/MEETS FOR 6 WEEKS MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:15P NOTE: LOCATION - TBA/MEETS FOR 6 WEEKS MATERNAL & CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:15P NOTE: LOCATION TBA/MEETS FOR 6 WEEKS ADULT/CHILD NURSING 8 07:45A 11:45A ADULT/CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:45P NOTE: MEETS AT GROVE HILL HOSPITAL/MEETS FOR 8 WEEKS ADULT/CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:45P NOTE: MEETS AT SPRING HILL MEMORIAL/MEETS FOR 8 WEEKS ADULT/CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:45P NOTE: MEETS AT MONROE CO. HOSPITAL/MEETS FOR 8 WEEKS ADULT/CHILD NURSING CLINICAL 0 06:30A 03:45P NOTE: LOCATION - TBA/MEETS FOR 8 WEEKS PSYCHOSOCIAL NURSING 3 11:50A 12:50P 01:20P 03:30P ROLE TRANSITION 3 11:50A 12:50P 01:20P 03:30P

STAFF

FRIDAY

STAFF

FRIDAY

STAFF

FRIDAY

STAFF

FRIDAY

STAFF

M&T

1000 1054

MCINTOSH MCINTOSH

W & TH

STAFF

W & TH

STAFF

W & TH

STAFF

MONDAY

1000 1054

VALINE

TUESDAY

1000 1054

VALINE

3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

3000 3051

GRANT

3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

3000 3051

GRANT

3 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

3000 3051

GRANT

3 10:05A 12:15P

M&W

3000 3001

GRANT

T & TH

DEM 103

RAINEY

M&W

DEM 117

OGDEN

4 12:50P 03:00P

T & TH

SCI 103

HUGENER

0 03:10P 05:20P

T & TH

SCI 103

HUGENER

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION THOMASVILLE OAD101 601 OAD103 601 OAD125 601 OAD218 601

BEGINNING KEYBOARDING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 WORD PROCESSING I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06 OFFICE PROCEDURES NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/09/06 AND 6/16/06

DEMOPOLIS OAD138 901

RECORDS & INFO MANAGEMENT NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

3 12:50P 03:00P

PHILOSOPHY DEMOPOLIS PHL206 901

ETHICS AND SOCIETY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 10:05A 12:15P

PHYSICAL SCIENCE MONROEVILLE PHS111 101 PHS111L101

PHYSICAL SCIENCE I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 PHYSICAL SCIENCE I LAB

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COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

DAYS

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

4 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

SCI 103

HUGENER

0 10:15A 12:25P 4 07:45A 09:55A

M&W M&W

SCI 103 SCI 103

HUGENER HUGENER

0 10:15A 12:25P

M&W

SCI 103

HUGENER

M&W

SCI 109

ROWELL

3 03:10P 05:20P

M&W

SCI 109

STAFF

3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

SCI 109

HAMITER

3 12:50P 03:00P

M&W

NUR 101

MCMILLAN

T & TH

DEM 117

MCMILLAN

TBA T & TH

ADM 114 LIB 101

BUSBY KYNARD

TBA T & TH

1000 1056

NELSON NELSON

TBA T & TH

DEM 116

V LONG BURRELL

T & TH

3000 3004

MCMILLAN

PHYSICS MONROEVILLE PHY201 101 PHY201L101 PHY213 101 PHY213L101

GEN PHYSICS I - TRIG BASED NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 GEN PHYSICS I LAB GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CALC I NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 GEN PHYSICS WITH CALC I LAB

POLITICAL SCIENCE MONROEVILLE POL200 101

INTRO TO POLITICAL SCIENCE NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 12:50P 03:00P

PSYCHOLOGY MONROEVILLE PSY200 101 PSY200 102 PSY210 101

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT NOTE: WILL ALSO MEET 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

DEMOPOLIS PSY200 901

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

3 10:05A 12:15P

READING MONROEVILLE RDG080 101 RDG083 101

READING LABORATORY DEVELOPMENTAL READING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

1 TBA 3 07:45A 09:55A

THOMASVILLE RDG080 601 RDG083 601

READING LABORATORY DEVELOPMENTAL READING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

1 TBA 3 10:05A 12:15P

DEMOPOLIS RDG080 901 RDG083 901

READING LABORATORY DEVELOPMENTAL READING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/23/06 AND 6/30/06

1 TBA 3 10:05A 12:15P

SOCIOLOGY THOMASVILLE SOC200 601

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06

3 03:10P 05:20P

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COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

DAYS

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

M&W

LIB 101

MARTINDALE

SPEECH MONROEVILLE SPH107 101

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 12:50P 03:00P

THOMASVILLE SPH107 601

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI - 06/23/06 AND 6/30/06

3 07:45A 09:55A

T & TH

STAFF

DEMOPOLIS SPH107 901

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING NOTE: ALSO MEETS 2 FRI-6/9/06 AND 6/16/06

3 07:45A 09:55A

M&W

DEM 138

MARTINDALE

T & TH M&W M&W T & TH M&W M&W T & TH M&W T & TH

5000 5052 5000 5052 5000 5052 5000 5052 5000 5052 5000 5052 5000 5052 5000 5052 5000 5052

LEVI LEVI LEVI LEVI LEVI LEVI LEVI LEVI LEVI

WELDING THOMASVILLE WDT116 601 WDT119 601 WDT120 601 WDT124 601 WDT125 601 WDT156 601 WDT217 601 WDT257 601 WDT258 601

GTAW STAINLESS PIPE THEORY GAS METAL ARC/FLUX CORED ARC SHIELD METAL ARC WELD GRV THRY GAS MET ARC/FLUX CORE ARC LAB SHIELD METAL ARC WELD GRV LAB GTAW STAINLESS PIPE LAB SMAW CARBON PIPE THEORY SMAW CARBON PIPE LAB CERTIFICATION LAB

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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

07:45A 10:10A 07:45A 10:10A 10:20A 12:40P 01:10P 04:05P 01:10P 04:05P 01:10P 04:05P 10:15A 12:40P 01:10P 04:05P 01:10P 04:05P

SUMMER SEMESTER 2006 SCHEDULE EVENING CLASSES COURSE SECTION

COURSE NAME

C R TIME

DAYS

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

MONDAY

JNC 103

BROWN

TUESDAY THURSDAY MONDAY WED

GIL GIL GIL GIL

KOHEN KOHEN KOHEN KOHEN

T & TH T & TH

1100 1113 1100 1115

ARMSTRONG ARMSTRONG

WED

SCI 109

HUDSON

MONDAY TUESDAY

GIL 101 GIL 110

THOMAS ROBERTS

WED

3000 3001

STAFF

M&W

DEM 117

STAFF

WED TBA TUESDAY TBA

GIL 104

ROSS ROSS ROSS ROSS

ART MONROEVILLE ART100 501

ART APPRECIATION

3 05:30P 09:35P

BIOLOGY GILBERTOWN BIO103 401 BIO103L401 BIO202 401 BIO202L401

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I LAB HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS II HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYS II LAB

4 0 4 0

03:10P 07:15P 03:10P 07:00P 05:30P 09:35P 05:30P 09:30P

110 110 110 110

THOMASVILLE BIO104 621 BIO104L621

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II LAB

4 05:30P 07:30P 0 07:40P 09:55P

BUSINESS MONROEVILLE BUS241 201

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I

3 05:30P 09:35P

GILBERTOWN BUS188 401 BUS279 401

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

3 05:30P 09:35P 3 05:30P 09:35P

THOMASVILLE BUS263 621

LEGAL & SOCIAL ENV OF BUSINESS

3 05:30P 09:35P

DEMOPOLIS BUS188 921

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

3 07:40P 09:40P

COMPUTER SCIENCE GILBERTOWN CIS113 401 CIS113L401 CIS146 401 CIS146L401

SPREADSHEET SOFTWARE APPS SPREADSHEET SOFTWARE APPS LAB MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3 0 3 0

05:30P 09:35P TBA 05:30P 09:35P TBA

GIL 104

JACKSON CIS146 501 CIS146L501

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3 05:30P 09:35P 0 TBA

WED TBA

JNC 102 JNC 102

GAILLARD GAILLARD

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COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

TUESDAY TBA THURSDAY TBA

3000 3051 3000 3051 3000 3051 3000 3051

HODGES HODGES GAILLARD GAILLARD

T & TH TBA

DEM 116 DEM 116

LEHNING LEHNING

MONDAY

SCI 109

HUDSON

MONDAY

3000 3001

BRIDGES

M&W

DEM 117

LEHNING

TBA WED MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

ADM 114 ADM 119 ADM 119 ADM 119 SCI 109

STAFF ESTILL FRYE FRYE MURPHY

DAYS

COMPUTER SCIENCE (continued) THOMASVILLE CIS113 621 CIS113L621 CIS146 621 CIS146L621

SPREADSHEET SOFTWARE APPS SPREADSHEET SOFTWARE APPS LAB MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3 0 3 0

05:30P 09:35P TBA 05:30P 09:35P TBA

DEMOPOLIS CIS146 921 CIS146L921

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3 07:40P 09:40P 0 TBA

ECONOMICS MONROEVILLE ECO232 201

PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS

3 05:30P 09:35P

THOMASVILLE ECO232 621

PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS

3 05:30P 09:35P

DEMOPOLIS ECO231 921

PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS

3 05:30P 07:30P

ENGLISH MONROEVILLE ENG080 201 ENG101 201 ENG102 201 ENG271 201 ENG272 201

ENGLISH LABORATORY COMPOSITION I COMPOSITION II WORLD LITERATURE I WORLD LITERATURE II

1 3 3 3 3

TBA 05:30P 09:35P 05:30P 09:35P 05:30P 09:35P 05:30P 09:35P

GILBERTOWN ENG080 401 ENG092A401 ENG092L401 ENG101 401 ENG271 401 ENG272 401

ENGLISH LABORATORY BASIC ENG I BASIC ENGLISH I LAB COMPOSITION I WORLD LITERATURE I WORLD LITERATURE II

1 4 0 3 3 3

TBA 05:30P 09:35P TBA 05:30P 09:35P 05:30P 09:35P 05:30P 09:35P

TBA WED TBA MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

GIL 104 GIL 102 GIL 102

STAFF SAVAGE STAFF COWAN MOZINGO ROSS

TBA MONDAY TUESDAY

JNC 102 JNC 103

STAFF STAFF HUTCHINSON

MONDAY WED

3000 3004 3000 3004

STEPHENS STAFF

TBA WED TUESDAY

DEM 103 DEM 103 DEM 119

V LONG STAFF STAFF

GIL 100

JACKSON ENG080 501 ENG101 501 ENG272 501

ENGLISH LABORATORY COMPOSITION I WORLD LITERATURE II

1 TBA 3 05:30P 09:35P 3 05:30P 09:35P

THOMASVILLE ENG102 621 ENG271 621

COMPOSITION II WORLD LITERATURE I

3 05:30P 09:35P 3 05:30P 09:35P

DEMOPOLIS ENG080 921 ENG101 921 ENG102 921

ENGLISH LABORATORY COMPOSITION I COMPOSITION II

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1 TBA 3 05:30P 09:35P 3 05:30P 09:35P

COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

7000 7003

STAFF

7000 7003

STAFF

WED

NUR 104

HELTON

TUESDAY

GIL 106

KELLEY

1300 1352

WIGGINS

1300 1352

WIGGINS

DAYS

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS THOMASVILLE GIS201 621

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS

GIS204 621

GIS APPLICATIONS PROGRAM

3 05:00P 07:40P 07:50P 10:00P 3 05:30P 07:40P 07:50P 10:00P

T & TH TUESDAY WED W & TH

HISTORY MONROEVILLE HIS122 201

WORLD HISTORY II

3 05:30P 09:35P

GILBERTOWN HIS122 401

WORLD HISTORY II

3 05:30P 09:35P

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY THOMASVILLE IET111 621

DC FUNDAMENTALS

IET112 621

INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

3 05:30P 07:40P 07:50P 10:00P 3 05:30P 07:40P 07:50P 10:00P

T & TH TUESDAY WED W & TH

MATHEMATICS MONROEVILLE MTH080A201 MTH100 201 MTH116 201

MATH LAB (FOR MTH100) INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS

1 05:30P 07:25P 3 05:30P 09:35P 3 05:30P 09:35P

M&W ADM 121 TUESDAY SCI 106 THURSDAY SCI 106

HOLLINGER STAFF KING

M&W M&W M&W M&W WED THURSDAY

AE BLDG AE BLDG AE BLDG AE BLDG GIL 108 GIL 108

SKELTON NEWSOME STAFF STAFF SKELTON NEWSOME

T & TH T & TH T & TH T & TH THURSDAY

JNC JNC JNC JNC JNC

STAFF MOORE MOORE STAFF DEES

M&W

1000 1083

DEES

T & TH

DEM 138

J LONG

GILBERTOWN MTH080A401 MTH090 401 MTH098 401 MTH098L401 MTH100 401 MTH112 401

MATH LAB (FOR MTH100) BASIC MATH ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA LAB INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA

1 3 4 0 3 3

03:25P 05:20P 05:30P 07:30P 05:30P 07:30P 07:40P 09:35P 05:30P 09:35P 05:30P 09:35P

JACKSON MTH080A501 MTH098 501 MTH098L501 MTH100 501 MTH112 501

MATH LAB (FOR MTH100) ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA LAB INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA

1 4 0 3 3

07:40P 09:35P 05:30P 07:30P 03:30P 05:25P 05:30P 07:30P 05:30P 09:35P

102 101 102 102 103

THOMASVILLE MTH113 621

PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY

3 05:30P 07:30P

DEMOPOLIS MTH112 921

PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA

3 05:30P 07:30P

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COURSE SECTION

C R TIME

COURSE NAME

BUILDING ROOM

INSTRUCTOR

MONDAY MTW MONDAY TUESDAY M&W

4000 4001 4000 4001 4000 4001

TINDLE TINDLE TINDLE

4000 4001

TINDLE

MONDAY

NUR 101

LOLLIS

MONDAY

GIL 108

CLARKE

MONDAY

DEM 138

CALLOWAY

WED WED

ADM 118 ADM 118

HOUSE HOUSE

WED WED

GIL 101 GIL 101

THOMAS THOMAS

MONDAY

1100 1115

OGDEN

T & TH T & TH

SCI 103 SCI 103

HUGENER HUGENER

T & TH T & TH

1100 1113 1100 1115

WORTHY WORTHY

DAYS

MACHINE TECHNOLOGY THOMASVILLE MTT126 621 MTT129 621 MTT139 621

BASIC BLUEPRINT READ FOR MACH LATHE OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER NUM CONTROL

MTT140 621

BASIC COMPUTER NUMER CONTRL T

3 05:00P 08:45P 6 05:00P 09:50P 3 08:45P 09:50P 05:00P 09:50P 3 05:00P 08:40P

MUSIC MONROEVILLE MUS101 201

MUSIC APPRECIATION

3 05:30P 09:35P

GILBERTOWN MUS101 401

MUSIC APPRECIATION

3 05:30P 09:35P

DEMOPOLIS MUS101 921

MUSIC APPRECIATION

3 05:30P 09:35P

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION MONROEVILLE OAD101 201 OAD103 201

BEGINNING KEYBOARDING INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING

3 05:30P 09:35P 3 05:30P 09:35P

GILBERTOWN OAD101 401 OAD103 401

BEGINNING KEYBOARDING INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING

3 05:30P 09:35P 3 05:30P 09:35P

PHILOSOPHY THOMASVILLE PHL206 621

ETHICS AND SOCIETY

3 05:30P 09:35P

PHYSICAL SCIENCE MONROEVILLE PHS112 201 PHS112L201

PHYSICAL SCIENCE II PHYSICAL SCIENCE II LAB

4 05:30P 07:30P 0 07:40P 09:40P

THOMASVILLE PHS112 621 PHS112L621

PHYSICAL SCIENCE II PHYSICAL SCIENCE II LAB

4 05:30P 07:30P 0 07:40P 09:40P

DEMOPOLIS PHS111 921 PHS111L921

PHYSICAL SCIENCE I PHYSICAL SCIENCE I LAB

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4 05:30P 09:35P 0 05:30P 09:35P

TUESDAY DEM 100 THURSDAY DEM 100

MILES MILES

COURSE SECTION

COURSE NAME

C R TIME

BUILDING ROOM

DAYS

INSTRUCTOR

PSYCHOLOGY THOMASVILLE PSY200 621

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3 05:30P 09:35P

THURSDAY 3000 3004

STAFF

THURSDAY GIL 106

STAFF

THURSDAY DEM 117

STAFF

TUESDAY

GIL 101

JONES

M&W

1000 1054

NELSON

TUESDAY

LIB 101

ROWELL

TUESDAY

GIL 102

STAFF

TUESDAY

1000 1054

MYERS

M&W

SCI 106

MCMILLAN

WED

JNC 101

BRUNNER

GILBERTOWN PSY210 401

HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

3 05:30P 09:35P

DEMOPOLIS PSY200 921

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3 05:30P 09:35P

READING GILBERTOWN RDG083 401

DEVELOPMENTAL READING

3 05:30P 09:35P

THOMASVILLE RDG083 621

DEVELOPMENTAL READING

3 05:30P 07:30P

RELIGION MONROEVILLE REL151 201

SURVEY OF OLD TESTAMENT

3 05:30P 09:35P

GILBERTOWN REL151 401

SURVEY OF OLD TESTAMENT

3 05:30P 09:35P

THOMASVILLE REL151 621

SURVEY OF OLD TESTAMENT

3 05:30P 09:35P

SOCIOLOGY MONROEVILLE SOC200 201

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

3 05:30P 07:30P

JACKSON SOC200 501

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

3 05:30P 09:35P

SPEECH MONROEVILLE SPH107 201

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

3 05:30P 09:35P

THURSDAY LIB 101

ESTILL

MONDAY

GIL 102

ROSS

T & TH

3000 3001

MARTINDALE

GILBERTOWN SPH107 401

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

3 05:30P 09:35P

THOMASVILLE SPH107 621

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

3 05:30P 07:30P

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ASCC Helpful Facts ADDRESS CHANGES: Forms to change residence or mailing addresses are available from the Registrar/Admissions Office. It is the student’s responsibility to keep information current by informing the college when such items change. ADVISOR: A faculty member assigned from an academic department in which a student’s declared major resides. (If a student’s major is “undeclared,” he/she will be assigned a faculty advisor in one of the instructional departments.) Appointments can be made by calling the advisor’s office number. ASSET PLACEMENT INVENTORY: An objective test given to students to help in establishing placement in English, Reading, and Mathematics classes. ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE: An “AA” degree is a program of student in preparation for advanced studies to receive a Bachelor’s degree. ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE: An “AS” degree is a program of study in preparation for advanced studies to receive a Bachelor’s degree and included pre-professional programs.

FULL-TIME STUDENTS: A student who takes twelve credit hours or more each Fall and Spring semester is considered full-time and therefore qualified for such entitlement programs as the Pell Grant and VA. Persons taking less than twelve credit hours are classified as part-time students. GRADE POINT AVERAGE (GPA): SEMESTER: The average (the number of quality points earned divided by the number of hours taken) of all hours attempted during any one semester. CUMULATIVE: The average (the number of quality points earned divided by the number of hours taken) of all hours attempted at Alabama Southern Community College. INTERNET CLASSES: Classes taken over the internet. PARKING: All students and staff are required to have decals which are available from the Student Development Office. Students are permitted to park in spaces not identified as STAFF or blue-lined handicapped persons. Traffic and parking regulations are enforced; and penalties are accessed. PREREQUISITE: Requirements that must be met before a class may be taken.

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE: An “AAS” degree is a technical program of study.

PRESIDENT’S LIST: Full-time students who have earned a GPA of 4.0 on all qualifying courses.

CATALOG SEMESTER: The catalog containing the program of study under which the student may meet graduation requirements. Students may select any catalog in effect during their academic studies at ASCC. New students are automatically assigned the catalog semester when they enter.

SEMESTER: A semester system divides the school year into fall and spring semesters, plus a summer semester.

CO-REQUISITE: A course that may be taken at the same time as the course for which the co-requisite is required. CREDIT HOURS: One credit is awarded for each 15 lecture hours of instruction, 30 lab hours, or appropriate combinations of lecture and lab hours. Example: a 3-credit English class meets 45 lecture hours during the semester. DEAN’S LIST STUDENTS: Full-time students who have earned a GPA of 3.5 or better in all qualifying classes. DEVELOPMENTAL COURSES: All classes numbered below 100 are considered developmental and are not considered as transfer credit or graduation credit. Scores on the ASSET test are used in determining placement in these courses. DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES: These are classes that utilize interactive video as part of the teaching and learning process. These classes are open to all students and students may attend the class on any site where the class is offered. DROP/ADD: Period of time during which students may make schedule adjustments. 2006 Summer Schedule of Classes • page 40

STARS: State-wide Articulation Agreement. See ASCC Web page. TRANSFER STUDENTS: An applicant who has previously attended another college or university will be considered a transfer student and will be required to furnish an official transcript of all work attempted at other institutions. TRANSIENT STUDENTS: Any student currently enrolled in another institution of higher education and wishing to take courses to be transferred to the institution in which he is currently enrolled will be eligible to register upon presentation of a “letter of transiency,” signed by the Dean of the institution in which those courses will be accepted for transfer. WITHDRAWALS: CLASS: When a student withdraws from a class, he/she discontinues attending and receives no credit for the course. A student may withdraw from a class up to the last withdrawal day of the semester. An official withdrawal form must be processed in the Admissions Office. The date by which a withdrawal must occur is printed in the College Catalog and the Schedule of Classes for each semester. COLLEGE: The procedure for College withdrawal and refund of fees for such withdrawal is found in the College Catalog and the Schedule of Classes for each semester.