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     Introduction to Veterinary Hospital Management
     ATE 4317
     Spring – January 12 through May 8, 2009
     3 Credit Hours



Instructor Information

     Cynthia Grey, DM
     Grey.cynthia@spcollege.edu (Please feel free to email me at anytime)
     Department of Veterinary Technology
     Health Education Center PB 105
     727.341.3479
     Office hours: T, W, Th 10 am. To 12 p.m. (I am easily available by appointment


Instructor Response Times

              1. Written assignments: reviewed and graded within 7 days, unless
                 otherwise stated.
              2. Quizzes: Reviewed and graded immediately
              3. Learner posted chat questions: Reviewed daily, graded within 7
                 days
              4. Responses to Instructor post Questions: Reviewed daily, graded
                 within 7 days
              5. E-mails – Responded to within 24 hours M-F


Veterinary technology program goals for the Bachelor’s degree

              1.   Develop skills and gain knowledge that will increase opportunity
                   for positions
                   of greater responsibilities in the veterinary profession.
              2.   Enhance communication skills to be successful and progress in the
                    profession.
              3.   Develop critical thinking skills to be successful and progress in the
                   profession.
              4.   Provide the management and clinical skills to develop leaders who
                   Anticipate and adapt to the changing veterinary profession




Required Text

Business Essentials (7th Edition) by Ebert & Griffin ISBN 0-13-607076-4

Blackwell’s 5 Minute Veterinary Practice Consult by Ackerman ISNB 978-0-7817-
5984-7
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (5th Edition) ISBN: 1-
55798-791-2


Software requirement

All assignments must be compiled and submitted using Microsoft Word, PowerPoint,
and/or Excel version 2003 or later. No assignments will be accepted if submitted
using any other word processing program


Course Introduction and Description

Welcome to Introduction to Veterinary Hospital Management, ATE 4317. My name is
Dr. Cyndy Grey and I am pleased to be sharing this educational journey with you.
Your educational journey through Veterinary Hospital Management will give the
student an overview of business subjects that will be applicable in any business
environment but with particular emphasis in veterinary medicine. This course will
focus on contemporary business issues including the business of managing, human
resource issues, marketing, finances and information technology.



Learner Outcomes

   1. The student will analyze veterinary hospital management, and understand
   management and organization as it applies in veterinary hospitals.

   2. The student will apply effective management of human resources and develop
   marketing management for a veterinary facility.

   3. The student will analyze and manage operations while applying the
   understanding of accounting and financial management.

   4. The student will employ legal and risk management skills as well as
   demonstrate leadership application in veterinary hospitals



Course Format

              Learners will be required to login to the class three (3) times
              per week to meet attendance requirements. The course is set up
              so that learners have assignments that require a minimum of five (5)
              posts per assignment. The assignments will be discussed in detail later
              in the syllabus. The two posting assignments are:

                           post 1 CHAT QUESTION per CHAPTER and post a
                            minimum of 5 posts to that chat folder based upon the
                            readings from Wilson’s text.
                           post a minimum of 5 responses to an instructor posted
                            question
Several folders are included under the CONTENT section for purposes of
resource information included peer review, example of research reports,
library access, tutorial on plagiarism, and important dates for the semester.
Please review each folder to obtain important information. Be sure to
review the APA folder for helpful resources.

Participation

                Active participation is essential for learning in the online environment.
                Posting to discussion boards and/or drop box submissions, as well as
                responding to colleagues’ posts or drop box submissions are critical to
                the outcomes of your course. Learners will be required to login to
                the class three (3) times per week to meet attendance
                requirements.



                                    ASSIGNMENTS

No discussion responses will receive credit if posted after the stated due
date each week.

ALL ASSIGNMENTS ARE DUE in the Easter Standard Time Zone.



Personal Biography

                Post Bio before the start of class. Please include in your Bio a
                statement that confirms that you have read the syllabus and
                that you agree to abide by the guidelines set forth in the
                syllabus. This posting is worth 10 points.




Chat Questions –

                To discuss topics relating to the reading assignments, learners are
                required to post one question per chapter per week. This question
                must be posted each Monday by 9:00 a.m. EST (The only
                exception is in week 1. This chat question must be posted by
                Wednesday, 9 a.m. and responses must be complete by Friday,
                9 p.m.). Chat issues are to relate to the week’s readings and personal
                experiences. The posted chat question is worth 5 points per week.
                Learners are to review the questions before posting and NOT
                submit the same question that another learner has already
                posted.

                Respond to Chat Questions

                Each student will be required to post a minimum of 5 responses per
                week to create a dialogue discussing the posted questions. All
            responses must be completed by the Wednesday of each week
            by 9 p.m. EST. (Except for week one) The 5 responses will be
            worth a total of 5 points per week. Your responses must be
            substantive.

            Included in your chat grades will be 5 points for weekly attendance.




Respond to discussion board questions posted by instructor

            A question will be posted each Wednesday to a discussion board.
            This question is to spark student discussion on an issue. Minimum
            requirement for posting your observations, experiences, and
            viewpoints will be 5 posts per week. You should post your initial
            response to the question and then respond to your colleagues
            postings. To receive credit, postings must be completed the
            following Saturday by 9:00 am EST. Ten (10) points per session
            will be awarded. Your responses must be substantive.




Weekly Quizzes

            Quizzes are heavily weighted in determining your grade in this course.
            Each week you will complete a quiz based upon the weeks reading
            assignment. If there are 2 chapters for the week, you may be required
            to complete one quiz on EACH chapter. Quizzes will only be based
            upon the Ebert and Griffin text. Quizzes are closed book. Your
            personal integrity is your proctor. Each Quiz is worth 50 points
            and must be completed by Sunday by 6 p.m. of each week. A
            score of '0' will be given for quizzes not completed on the assigned due
            date. Quizzes will be multiple-choice questions, matching, fill in the
            blank, and true /false. No quizzes will be posted in weeks 9 or 10.




Summary of Learning Experience (50 points)

            A summation of your learning experience, applying the 4 goals of the
            veterinary technology bachelor's degree program is due on Monday,
            April 27th by 9 a.m.. The content for this summary is open. The
            summary should be at least 250 words and in APA format.

            Assignment will be in APA format and will be submitted in New
            Times Roman, 12-point font and double-spaced.


            1. Develop skills and gain knowledge that will increase opportunity
            for positions of greater responsibilities in the veterinary profession.
              2. Enhance communication skills to be successful and progress in the
              profession.
              3. Develop critical thinking skills to be successful and progress in the
              profession.
              4. Provide the management and clinical skills to develop leaders who
              anticipate and adapt to the changing veterinary profession.


Postings to summary of learning experience (10 points)


              Read your colleague’s summaries and submit at least 5 substantive

              posts, to be completed by Wednesday April 29th.


                               Learner Schedule

Week 1: January 12th – 18th

      Class introduction – There will be an optional chat this week on Wednesday,
       January 14th at 8 p.m. EST to answer questions or concerns.
      Post Bio before start of class. Please include in your Bio a statement
       that confirms that you have read the syllabus and that you agree to
       abide by the guidelines set forth in the syllabus.
      Complete the plagiarism tutorial at
       http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_understand_plagiarism_1/6/1668/427065.cw/in
       dex.html. Copy and paste the link into your browser. Any learner who
       does not complete the tutorial will receive and Incomplete for a
       grade. You must email your assessments to me with your grade for
       each section to grey.cynthia@spcollege.edu.
      Read –

              Chapter 1 Ebert & Griffin The U.S. Business Environment

              Chapter 1 Ackerman Marketplace

          Post Chat Questions (due by Wednesday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (completed by Friday, 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (completed by Saturday,
           9 a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 1 (due by 6 p.m. Sunday)




Week 2: January 19th – May 25th

      Read

              Chapter 2 Ebert & Griffin Business Ethics and Social
              Responsibility
              Chapter 2 Ackerman Client Relationship Management

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday, 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (Saturday, 9 a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 2 (due by 6 p.m. Sunday)




Week 3: January 26th – February 1st

      Read –

              Chapter 3 Ebert & Griffin Entrepreneurship, new ventures, and
              business ownership

              Chapter 3 Ackerman Communications

              Chapter 4 Ackerman Financial Management

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 3 (due by Sunday)




Week 4: February 2nd – 8th

      Read –

              Chapter 4 Ebert & Griffin The global context of business

              Chapter 5 Ackerman Cash Management

      Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
      Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
      Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9 a.m.)
      Quiz on Chapter 4 (due by Sunday)




Week 5: February 9th – 15th

      Read –

              Chapter 5 Ebert & Griffin Business Management

              Chapter 6 Ackerman Human Resources
          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapters 5 (due by Sunday)




Week 6: February 16th – 22nd

      Read

              Chapter 6 Ebert & Griffin Organizing the business

              Chapter 7 Ackerman Marketing Management

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapters 6 (due by Sunday)




Week 7: February 23rd – March 1st

      Read –

              Chapter 7 Ebert & Griffin Operations management and quality

              Chapter 8 Ackerman Operations Management

          Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz of Chapter 7 (due by Sunday)




Week 8: March 2nd – 8th

      Read –

              Chapter 8 Ebert & Griffin Employee behavior motivation

              Chapter 9 Ackerman Administrative Management

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz of Chapter 8 (due by Sunday)

Week 9: March 9th – 15th

       SPRING BREAK 

Week 10: March 16th – 22nd

      Read –

              Chapter 9 Ebert & Griffin Leadership and Decision Making

              Chapter 10 Ackerman Practice Safety

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post Responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 9 (due by Sunday)




Week 11: March 23rd – 29th

      Read –

              Chapter 10 Ebert & Griffin Human Resource Management and
              Labor Relations

              Chapter 11 Ackerman Legal Issues

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 10 (due by Sunday)




Week 12: March 30th – April 5th

      Read –

              Chapter 11 Ebert & Griffin Marketing Processes and Consumer
              Behavior

              Chapter 12 Ackerman Planning and Decision-Making
          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 11 (due by Sunday)

Week 13: April 6th – 12th

      Read –

              Chapter 12 Ebert & Griffin Pricing, Distributing, and Promoting
              Products

              Chapter 13 Ackerman Facility Management, Design and
              Construction

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 12 (due by Sunday)




Week 14: April 13th – 19th

      Read –

              Chapter 13 Ebert & Griffin Information Technology for Business


              Chapter 14 Ebert & Griffin The Role of Accountants and
              Accounting Information

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
          Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
          Post responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by Saturday, 9
           a.m.)
          Quiz on Chapter 13 (due by Sunday)
          Quiz on Chapter 14 (due by Sunday)

Week 15: April 20th – 26th

      Read –

              Chapter 15 Ebert & Griffin Money and Banking

              Chapter 16 Ebert & Griffin Securities and Investments

          Post Chat Questions (due by Monday, 9 a.m.)
           Post Re Post responses to Instructor Discussion Question (due by
            Saturday, 9 a.m.)
           Post Responses to Chat Questions (due by Wednesday 9 p.m.)
           Quiz on Chapter 13 (due by Sunday)
           Quiz on Chapter 14 (due by Sunday)




Week 16: April 27th – May 3rd

       Summary of learning experience in relation to program goals (Due by
        Monday April 27th by 9 p.m.)
       Read colleague’s summaries and contribute at least 5 substantive
        posts. (Due by Wednesday at 9 p.m.)




Grading

Written Biography 10 points

Weekly Quiz 50 points each (650)

Chat Topic, posts, and attendance (330 points)


Discussion Question Responses 10 points per class (100 points)

Summary of learning experience (50 points)

Learner postings to summaries (10 points)

Total points                 1150

An A is 90-100%, B 80-89%, C 70-79%, D 60-69% and F <59%

.

Written Assignments Grading Rubric

Graded written assignments will be based on the following criteria:

        Content                      50%
        Grammar/spelling/Style       40%
        APA                          10%




Attendance Policy
Attendance is mandatory. Attendance is based upon logging in to the course and
posting at least three (3) DAYS per week.

Academic Integrity

Plagiarism is expressly prohibited in this and all courses. Violators are subject to the
following consequences: failing the assignment, the course, and/or expulsion and
having the infraction on their permanent academic record. For further information on
the college policy on plagiarism and its ramifications, please read your student
handbook (http://www.spcollege.edu/webcentral/admit/honesty.htm).

This instructor takes plagiarism seriously and will enforce these policies. To help each
learner understand what plagiarism is, some simple definitions are offered below.
Please read them carefully and ask questions of the instructor if you have any. No
excuses for plagiarism will be accepted.

Plagiarism is the attempt to represent the work of another, as it may relate to
written or oral works, computer-based work, mode of creative expression (i.e. music,
media or the visual arts), as the product of one's own thought, whether the other's
work is published or unpublished, or simply the work of a fellow learner.

When a learner submits oral or written work for credit that includes the words, ideas,
or data of others, the source of that information must be acknowledged through
complete, accurate, and specific references, and, if verbatim statements are
included, through the use of quotation marks as well. By placing one’s name on work
submitted for credit, the learner certifies the originality of all work not otherwise
identified by appropriate acknowledgments. A learner will avoid being charged with
plagiarism if there is an acknowledgment of indebtedness. Examples of plagiarism
include:

   1. Quoting another person's actual words without citing the source.
   2. Using another person's idea, opinion, or theory, even if it is completely
      paraphrased in one's own words without citing the source.
   3. Drawing upon facts, statistics, or other illustrative materials — unless the
      information is common knowledge, without citing.
   4. Submitting a paper purchased from a term paper service as one's own work.
   5. Failing to accurately document information or wording obtained on the World
      Wide Web.
   6. Submitting anyone else's paper as one's own work.
   7. Violating federal copyright laws, including unauthorized duplication and/or
      distribution of copyrighted material.
   8. Offering, giving, receiving or soliciting of any materials, items or services of
      value to gain academic advantages for yourself or another.

The following website from Indiana University has an excellent tutorial on plagiarism
(www.indiana.edu/~wts/wts/plagiarism.html). It is recommended that you visit and
review the section on Plagiarism: What It Is and How To Avoid It.

Utilizing APA

      SPC
          o APA Citation Guide - All Resources
          o APA Citing Electronic Sources Using APA Style
          o APA Handout
          o APA Examples--How to Cite Within a Paper
      Outside Sources
          o Electronic References
          o Purdue's OWL Writing Lab
          o Bedford Martin AP
      Commercial Citation Generation Machines
          o Landmark Project




Confidentiality

Because we are encouraged to share our personal and professional experiences to
enhance the learning process, we are bound by our personal ethics to honor
confidences. In order to assure that we have free and open discussions, it is
expected that each of us respect the confidentiality of what is shared by our
colleagues. Our enrollment and participation in this class is an acknowledgment of
our agreement to maintain confidentiality.

Online Etiquette

Online communication requires learners to be sensitive as to how they correspond
with one another. Humor and sarcasm can be difficult to interpret in an online class.
Failure to indicate that something is supposed to be humorous can lead to
misunderstandings. Please be aware of communicating clearly and if necessary to
add symbols to express humorous feelings.

Participation:

Active participation is essential for learning in the online environment. Posting to
discussion boards and/or drop box submissions, as well as responding to colleagues’
posts or drop box submissions are critical to the outcomes of your course. How your
instructor measures these outcomes will be detailed in the course-grading rubric in
the individual course syllabus.

Disabilities:

It is the responsibilities of the learner to bring to the college’s attention the need for
academic accommodation(s) due to a qualifying disability. Please direct all inquires
regarding disabilities to the Student Services office at your campus.


Help Desk

If you have technical problems, the student help desk number is 727-341-4357. The
student helpdesk URL is http://www.spjc.edu/helpdesk/info_a.htm.
On-Ground Safety Notice

"Information on specific crime statistics in Pinellas County for the area where your
clinical site is located can be obtained for the following web sites:
www.co.pinellas.fl.us/sheriff <http://www.co.pinellas.fl.us/sheriff> " Visit web site
"Students Right to Know" and www.ope.ed.gov/security
<http://www.ope.ed.gov/security> for campus stats."
                                   SYLLABUS ADDENDUM
                                      August 19, 2008

In the event topics listed in this addendum also appear in your syllabus, please note that
you should rely on the addendum information as this information is the most current.



IMPORTANT COLLEGE POLICY REGARDING COURSE DROP-ADD PERIOD AND AUDIT
INFORMATION

Registration has been extended through Tuesday, Aug. 26. You may drop a course during the
first week of class and be eligible for a refund. (See a counselor/advisor to finalize your schedule,
so you won’t be left without the classes you want or need). You may not change from credit to
audit status after the end of the first week of classes.

GRADING AND REPEAT COURSE POLICIES
State policy specifies that students may not repeat a college credit course for which a grade of
“C” or higher has been earned except by appeal to the campus Academic Appeals committee.
You may repeat a college credit course one time without penalty. At the third attempt, you will
pay the full cost of instruction. The full cost of instruction rate for 2008-09 is $280.39 per credit
hour. In addition, at the third attempt you may NOT receive a grade of “I,” “W,” or “X,” but must
receive the letter grade earned. This grade will be averaged into your overall grade point
average.

ATTENDANCE/ACTIVE PARTICIPATION/WITHDRAWAL POLICIES
In January 2008 the college implemented a new attendance policy. Revised Board of Trustees
rule 6Hx23-4.30 replaces the information found on pages 136 and 137 in the Student Rights and
Responsibilities section of the 2008-09 Student Planner and Handbook.
Each instructor must exercise professional judgment to determine if you are actively participating
in class. Faculty will publish their own personal participation/attendance policies in their syllabi.
This policy will be used to determine grades. If you are not actively participating in class as
defined in an instructor’s syllabus, you will be reported to the administration during the week
following the voluntary withdrawal date.
Instructors will verify that you are in attendance during the first two weeks of class. If you are
classified as a “No Show” for both of the first two weeks, you will be administratively withdrawn.
Immediately following the 60% point of the term, each instructor will verify which students are
actively participating in class as defined in the course syllabus. If you are classified as not
meeting the criteria for active class participation, you will be administratively withdrawn with a
“WF.” You will be able to withdraw yourself at any time during the term. Requests submitted
after the 60% deadline, however, will result in a “WF.” You and your instructor will automatically
receive notification through SPC e-mail whenever a withdrawal occurs.
FEDERAL GUIDELINES RELATED TO FINANCIAL AID AND TOTAL WITHDRAWAL FROM
THE COLLEGE
The U.S. Department of Education has implemented rules for students who obtain a Pell Grant,
Stafford Loan, and/or Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant and subsequently
totally withdraw from the college. The rule requires you to refund to the Department of Education
a portion of your financial aid if you completely withdraw from St. Petersburg College before the
60% point in the term. You also may be required to repay funds to the college if you are identified
as not actively participating in all of your classes, or if you do not receive at least one final
passing grade (D or higher). Should you consider totally withdrawing from all classes before the
published withdrawal date, it is important that you consult the Financial Assistance Services
office on your home campus to understand your options and the consequences of total
withdrawal.


ACADEMIC HONESTY
St. Petersburg College has an Academic Honesty policy. It is your responsibility to be familiar
with the policies, rules, and the consequences of violations. There is no tolerance for cheating
and academic dishonesty. Discipline can range from a zero on a specific assignment to expulsion
from the class with a grade of F. Note that copy/pasting published information, whether it's from
your textbook or the Internet, without citing your source is plagiarism and violates this
policy. Even if you change the words slightly, the ideas are someone else's so you still have to
cite your sources. Cheating, plagiarism, bribery, misrepresentation, conspiracy, and fabrication
are defined in Board Rule 6Hx23-4.461. Student Affairs: Academic Honesty Guidelines,
Classroom Behavior.
http://www.spcollege.edu/webcentral/catalog/current/stu_affairs_honesty.htm

STUDENT EXPECTATIONS
All electronic devices such as cell phones, beepers, pagers, and related devices are to be turned
off before entering the classroom, library, and laboratories to avoid disruption. Use of any device
in these areas is a violation of college policy and subject to disciplinary action.
College computers are intended for academic work. Inappropriate use of computers during class
time is prohibited. You should understand that you may be required to use the Internet for some
courses. Furthermore, you may be required to have discussions of class assignments and share
papers and other class materials with instructors and classmates via chat rooms and other
mechanisms. Therefore, Internet users may be able to access your work whether the access is
secured or unsecured. The College cannot protect you from the type of materials on the Internet
or the potential piracy of your materials.


EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
In the event that a hurricane or other natural disaster causes significant damage to St. Petersburg
College facilities, you may be provided the opportunity to complete your course work online.
Following the event, please visit the college Web site for an announcement of the college’s plan
to resume operations.

You should familiarize yourself with the emergency procedures and evacuation routes located in
the buildings you use frequently. Located in each classroom is an Emergency Response Guide
(flip-chart) that contains information for proper actions in response to emergencies. You should
be prepared to assess situations quickly and use good judgment in determining a course of
action. You should evacuate to assembly areas in an orderly manner when an alarm sounds or
when directed to do so by college faculty or staff or emergency services personnel. You may
access additional emergency information by going to www.spcollege.edu/security. In face to
face courses your instructor will review the specific campus plans for emergency events.
CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY
For information on campus safety and security policies please contact 791-2560. If there are
questions or concerns regarding personal safety, please contact the Provost, Associate Provost,
Campus Security Officer, or Site Administrator on your campus.
http://www.spcollege.edu/tsc/security.htm



SEXUAL PREDATOR INFORMATION
Federal and state laws require a person designated as a “sexual predator or offender” to register
with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE). The FDLE is then required to notify the
local law enforcement agency where the registrant resides, attends, or is employed by an
institution of higher learning. Information regarding sexual predators or offenders attending or
employed by an institution of higher learning may be obtained from the local law enforcement
agency with jurisdiction for the particular campus by calling the FDLE hotline (1-888-FL-
PREDATOR) or (1-888-357-7332), or by visiting the FDLE website at
http://offender.fdle.state.fl.us/offender/homepage.do




SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
If you wish to request accommodations as a student with a documented disability, please make
an appointment with the Learning Specialist on campus. If you will need assistance during an
emergency classroom evacuation, please contact your campus learning specialist immediately
about arrangements for your safety.
http://www.spcollege.edu/webcentral/catalog/Current/ossd.htm

LIBRARY SERVICES
There are libraries at various SPC sites. You may choose the one that is most convenient for you.
You also can access library services online at http://www.spcollege.edu/central/libonline/


ANGEL MAINTENANCE
The ANGEL system will be completely unavailable due to scheduled maintenance from 7 a.m.
       th
Nov. 11 until midnight Nov. 12.


FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE LEEPA-RATTNER MUSEUM OF ART
Free student transportation to the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art on SPC’s Tarpon Springs
Campus will be available once each month during the Fall Term from the St. Petersburg/Gibbs
Campus, the Clearwater Campus, and the Seminole Campus. Please visit your Student Activities
Office to get departure times and to sign up for a trip to the museum. Transportation will be
available on the following dates:
                          Wednesday, Sept. 10
                          Thursday, Oct. 9
                          Wednesday, Nov. 12
                          Thursday, Dec 4

				
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