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                                          FALL SEMESTER 2011
August 24, Wednesday           Faculty Workshop
  9:00 am - noon
August 29, Monday              Fall 2011 Day & Evening Credit Classes Begin
August 29 - September 2        Add/Drop Period
September 5, Monday            Labor Day Holiday--College Closed
September 9, Friday            Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status First Half-Semester Courses
September 19, Monday           Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status for Semester -Long Courses;
                                  Last Day to Drop Without a “W” Grade
September 26 -December 2       Apply December Graduation/Records & Registration
September 29, Thursday         Rosh Hashanah – Classes in Session*
October 5, Wednesday           Last Day for Student to Withdraw from
                                  First Half Semester Courses with Grade of “W”
October 8, Saturday            Yom Kippur - Classes in Session*
October 10, Monday             Columbus Day – No Classes
                                  Administrative Offices Open for Regular Business until 5 PM
October 11, Tuesday            Monday Class Schedule (Day & Evening)
October 12, Wednesday          Last Day for Instructor Withdrawal from First Half-Semester Courses
October 19, Wednesday          Second Half-Semester Courses Begin
October 20, Thursday           Mid-Semester U Grades For Full Semester Courses Due On-Line
October 25, Tuesday            Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status Second Half-Semester Courses
November 11, Friday            Last Day for Student to Withdraw from Semester-Long Courses with
                                  Grade of “W”
November 22, Tuesday           Last Day for Student to Withdraw from Second Half-Semester Courses
                                  with Grade of “W”
November 23, Wednesday -       Thanksgiving Recess– College Closed
 November 27, Sunday
November 28, Monday          Classes Resume
December 2, Friday           Last Day for Instructor Withdrawals for Fall 2011
                                  Records & Registration
December 2, Friday           Student Deadline for Total Withdrawal from College
December 2, Friday           Deadline to Apply for December Graduation
December 12,13,14,15         Special Schedule for Required Last Week –
  Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs      Day Classes
December 10,12,13,14,15      Required Last Week –
  Sat, Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs Evening and Saturday Classes
  Dec 10, Saturday           Saturday Morning Classes
  Dec 12, Monday             Monday Evening Classes
  Dec 13, Tuesday            Tuesday Evening Classes
  Dec 14, Wednesday          Wednesday Evening Classes
  Dec 15, Thursday           Thursday Evening Classes
December 19, Monday          Final Deadline ALL Grades – Due 9:00 AM – On-Line
December 19, Monday -        Winter Recess Begins
December 20, Tuesday         Grades Distributed to Students On-Line
January 2, Monday            Administrative Offices Open 12/19 through 12/23 until 5 pm
                               College Closed 12/24/11 - 01/02/12



*See college policy regarding religious observance



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Academic Calendar

                                        SPRING SEMESTER 2012
January 3, Tuesday             College Administrative Offices Reopen
January 11, Wednesday          College Assembly / Faculty Workshop
  9:00am - noon
January 16, Monday             Martin Luther King Jr. Day – College Closed
January 17, Tuesday            Spring 2012 Day & Evening Credit Classes Begin
January 17 - January 23        Add/Drop Period
   Tuesday-Monday
January 26, Thursday           Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status First Half-Semester Courses
January 30 – March 2           Apply for May Graduation/Records & Registration
February 6, Monday             Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status Semester-Long Courses; Last Day
                                  to Drop Without a “W” Grade
February 17, Friday            Last Day to Withdraw from First Half-Semester Courses With a Grade of “W”
February 24, Friday            Last Day for Instructor Withdrawal from First Half-Semester Courses
March 8, Thursday              Second Half-Semester Courses Begin
March 14, Wednesday            Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status Second Half-Semester Courses
March 15, Thursday             Mid-Semester Progress Reports Due – On-Line
March 19, Monday -             Spring Recess
 March 25, Sunday              Administrative Offices Open 3/19 - 3/23 until 5pm
April 2, Monday                Last Day for Student to Withdraw from Semester-Long Courses With Grade of “W”
April 6, Friday                Good Friday - Classes in Session*
April 7, Saturday              Passover - Classes in Session*
April 16, Monday               Last Day for Student to Withdraw from Second-Half-Semester
                                  Courses with Grade of “W”
April 23, Monday               Last Day for Instructor Withdrawal for Spring 2012 Courses
April 23, Monday               Student Deadline for Total Withdrawal from College
May 7, Monday                  Last Regular Class Meeting of Spring 2012
May 8, 9, 10, 11               Final Exam Period – Day Classes
 Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
May 5, 8, 9, 10, 11            Final Exam Period – Evening and Saturday Classes
 Sat, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri
 May 5, Saturday               Saturday Classes
 May 8, Tuesday                Tuesday Evening Classes
 May 9, Wednesday              Wednesday Evening Classes
 May 10, Thursday              Thursday Evening Classes
 May 11, Friday                Monday Evening Classes
May 14, Monday                 Final Deadline ALL Grades Due On-Line
 9:00am
May 15, Tuesday                Grades Distributed to Students On-Line

May 19, Saturday               Commencement



*See college policy regarding religious observance




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                                       SUMMER 2012
May 29, Tuesday -        Apply for Summer Graduation
 August 3, Friday

                                         Summer Session 1

May 21, Monday          Summer Session 1 - Classes Begin
May 21, 22              Add/Drop Period
  Monday, Tuesday
May 24, Thursday        Last Day to File for Audit Status for Summer Session 1 Course
May 25, Friday          Monday Classes Held (Make-up for Missed Class Memorial Day)
May 28, Monday          Memorial Day Holiday--College Closed
June 1, Friday          Monday Classes Held (Make-Up Class for Memorial Day Holiday 5/28)
June 14, Thursday       Last Day to Withdraw from a Summer Session 1 Course with a Grade of “W”
June 21, Thursday       Last Day for Instructor Withdrawal for Summer Session 1 Course
June 21, Thursday       Deadline for Total Withdrawal from College for Summer Session 1
June 27, 28             Final Exams or Last Class for Summer Session 1
  Wednesday, Thursday
July 2, Monday          Final Grades Summer Session 1 Due On-Line
  9:00 AM
July 3, Tuesday         Summer Session 1 Grades Distributed to Students On-Line

                                         Summer Session 2

July 2, Tuesday         Summer Session 2 - Classes Begin
July 2, 3               Add/Drop Period
  Tuesday, Wednesday
July 4, Wednesday       Independence Day – College Closed
July 5, Thursday        Last Day to File for Audit Status for Summer Session 2 Course
July 26, Thursday       Last Day to Withdraw from a Summer Session 2 Course with a Grade of “W”
August 3, Friday        Wednesday Classes Held (Make-Up for Independence Day 7/4)
August 3, Friday        Last Day for Instructor Withdrawal for Summer Session 2 Course
August 3, Friday        Deadline for Total Withdrawal from College for Summer Session 2
August 8, 9             Final Exam or Last Class for Summer Session 2
  Wednesday, Thursday
August 13, Monday       Final Grades Summer Session 2 Due On-Line
  9:00 AM
August 14, Tuesday      Summer Session 2 Grades Distributed to Students On-Line




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Index

24 Credit Hour Program ........................................................10            Computer Science, AS degree ...............................................84
About SUNY Orange..............................................................2             Computer Science courses....................................................182
Academic Advising ................................................................47         Conduct Expected of Students ........................................36, 44
Academic Appeal Procedure ..................................................40               Continuing & Professional Education....................................15
Academic Calendar..............................................................266           Counseling .............................................................................47
Academic Dishonesty ............................................................36           Course Descriptions ............................................................163
Academic Policies ..................................................................35       Course Index .......................................................................163
Academic Standing ................................................................39         Course Outline/Syllabus.........................................................37
Academic Year .......................................................................35      Credit by SUNY Orange Exams............................................42
Accounting, AS degree ..........................................................64           Credit Load ...........................................................................37
Accounting, AAS degree ........................................................66            Criminal Justice-Police, AAS degree .....................................88
Accounting courses ..............................................................165         Criminal Justice, AS degree....................................................86
Accounting Procedures, certificate .........................................68               Criminal Justice courses ......................................................183
Adjunct Faculty ...................................................................245       Cultural Affairs......................................................................51
Administrative Officers ........................................................232          Cyber Security, A.A.S. degree ................................................90
Administrative Staff .............................................................232        Cyber Security, courses ........................................................185
Administrative Support Staff ...............................................258
Admission Procedures ............................................................7           Dean's List ............................................................................39
Adults Continuing their Education ........................................12                 Degree Audit..........................................................................40
Advanced Placement (CLEP, RCE, AP) ................................12                        Degree Requirements, General ..............................................63
Advising and Counseling Center............................................47                 Dental Hygiene, AAS degree ................................................92
Advisory Boards, Coordinators & Fieldwork Supervisors ..260                                  Dental Hygiene, courses .......................................................186
Anthropology, courses ........................................................166            Developmental courses ..........................................................53
Appeal Procedure, Academic ................................................40                Developmental Education .....................................................53
Application for Admission ......................................................7            Developmental Course Placement .........................................36
Application Deadlines .............................................................7         Directions to College ...........................................................270
Application Fees ......................................................................7     Disabled Students, Special Services........................................49
Architectural Technology, AAS degree .................................70                     Dishonesty, Academic............................................................36
Architecture, courses ............................................................167        Driver Program/Alcohol Substance Abuse Counselor Training .......16
Art courses ..........................................................................168    Drop/Adds .............................................................................37
Articulation - BOCES............................................................14
Articulation - Colleges and Universities.................................14                  Early Childhood Development and Care, AAS Degree .........94
Articulation - Head Start .......................................................14          Early Childhood Development and Care, certificate..............96
Articulation - Secondary Schools...........................................14                Early Registration ..................................................................20
Associate Degrees ..................................................................63       Economics, courses .............................................................188
Astronomy, courses ..............................................................171         Education, courses ...............................................................188
Attendance/Absences .............................................................42          Education Curriculum Resource Area ...................................58
Audit of a course ..................................................................37       Educational Partnerships .......................................................13
                                                                                             Electrical Technology-Telecommunications, AAS degree.......98
BATCAVERN .......................................................................58          Electrical Technology-Telecommunications, courses ............191
Biology, courses ..................................................................172       E-Mail Policy .........................................................................52
Board of Trustees, SUNY Orange .......................................231                    Emeriti Board of Trustees ...................................................243
Bookstore...............................................................................50   Emeriti Faculty ....................................................................244
Business Administration, AS degree ......................................72                  Engineering, courses ............................................................192
Business, courses ..................................................................174      Engineering Science, AS degree ...........................................102
Business Management, AAS degree.......................................74                     English as a Second Language (ESL)...............................16, 59
Business Solutions and Professional Development ................15                           English, courses ...................................................................193
Business Studies, certificate....................................................76          Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action....................................5
                                                                                             Exercise Studies, AS degree .................................................104
Calendar ..............................................................................263
Campus, Middletown...............................................................3           FERPA ..................................................................................43
Campus, Newburgh .................................................................3          Faculty and Professional Staff ............................................234
Campus Map - Middletown ................................................271                  Field Trips .............................................................................37
Campus Map - Newburgh....................................................271                 Field Studies: Travel courses ................................................196
Cancellation of Scheduled Classes .........................................35                Final Examination Policy.......................................................41
Career & Internship Services..................................................48             Financial Aid ........................................................................21
Center for Youth Development ..............................................13                Food Service .........................................................................50
Certificate of Residence ........................................................19          French, courses ...................................................................197
Certifications of Enrollment/Attendance ...............................43                    Fresh Start Policy...................................................................40
Change of Curriculum...........................................................36
Chemistry, courses ..............................................................176         GED ......................................................................................11
CLEP, RCE, AP Examinations ..............................................12                  General Degree Requirements ..............................................63
Clerical Office Assistant, certificate .......................................78             General Education Course Listing .......................................158
College Address and Phone Numbers......................................5                     Geography, courses .............................................................197
College and Career Skills courses.........................................177                Geology, courses ..................................................................198
College Experience Program, The............................................9                 Grades and Quality Points ....................................................39
College Mission and Goals .....................................................2             Graduation, Application for .................................................41
Commencement .....................................................................41         Graduation with Honors ......................................................41
Communications, courses.....................................................178              Graphic Arts/Printing, AAS degree .....................................156
Community College in H.S. Program...............................10, 14                       Grievance Procedures ............................................................44
Community Enrichment .......................................................16               Guide for Social Science Requirement .................................160
Computer Aided Drafting, CAD courses.............................179
Computer Information Tech.-Networking, AAS degree ........80                                 Health, courses.....................................................................198
Computer Info. Tech.-Web Development, AAS degree..........82                                 Health Professions, Admission ...............................................8
Computer Information, courses ...........................................180                 Health Services ......................................................................49




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                                                                                                                                                                                   Index

History courses ...................................................................199         Physical Science, courses .....................................................221
Home-Schooled Students.......................................................10                Physical Therapist Assistant, AAS degree ...........................148
Honors Award, Faculty..........................................................41              Physical Therapist Assistant, courses ...................................222
Honors Program ..................................................................108           Physics, courses ...................................................................224
Honors, courses....................................................................200         Placement Assessment .......................................................8, 36
Hudson Valley Educational Consortium .................................4                        Political Science, Courses .....................................................225
Human Services, AS degree..................................................110                 Prerequisites...........................................................................37
Human Services, courses ......................................................202              Probation, academic ..............................................................40
Humanities - Social Science, AA degree...............................126                       Psychology, courses .............................................................225

Identification Card.................................................................51         Radiologic Technology, AAS degree ....................................150
Identity Theft Prevention Program ........................................18                   Radiologic Technology, courses ..........................................226
Immunization requirements ....................................................8                Readmission to College .........................................................11
Individual Studies students ....................................................47             Red Flag Policy......................................................................18
Individual Studies, AS degree ..............................................128                Refund Policies .....................................................................18
Institute for Nonprofit Leadership and Management ............16                               Registered Academic Programs .............................................61
International Students ..........................................................11            Registration............................................................................35
International Studies, AA degree ........................................112                   Repeating a Course ...............................................................37
Italian, courses .....................................................................203      Residence ...............................................................................41
                                                                                               Residency ...............................................................................19
Job Placement ........................................................................42       Returning Adult Students ......................................................12
JRTEP—Jointly Registered Teacher Education
  Program, AA ...................................................................114           Satellite Locations..............................................................4, 13
JRTEP—Jointly Registered Teacher Education                                                     Schedule Change and Withdrawal .........................................37
  Program, AS ...................................................................120           Scholarships ..........................................................................30
                                                                                               Second Degree Policy ............................................................12
Kindercollege ........................................................................49       Separation, academic .............................................................40
                                                                                               Sexual Harassment/Assault ...................................................46
Labs, Resource and Learning.................................................58                 Social Science Requirement, guide .......................................160
Law Enforcement/Security, certificate ..................................124                    Sociology, courses ...............................................................228
Learning Assistance Services .................................................53               Spanish, courses ...................................................................229
Library...................................................................................58   Special Admission, High School ............................................14
                                                                                               Special Services for Disabled..................................................49
Management, courses...........................................................204              State University of New York .........................................4, 231
Marketing, AAS degree........................................................132               Stop/Holds ............................................................................20
Marketing, courses...............................................................204           Student Activities, Athletics, Clubs ........................................51
Math/Natural Sciences, AS degree .......................................130                    Student Grievance Procedures ..............................................44
Mathematics, courses ..........................................................205             Student Records (Privacy)......................................................43
Maximum Credit Load .........................................................37                Student Rights ......................................................................44
Medical Laboratory Technology, AAS degree......................134                             Student Success........................................................................4
Medical Laboratory Technology, courses.............................207                         Student Support Services Program ........................................49
Medical Office Assistant, AAS degree .................................136                      SUNY General Education Course List ................................158
Medical Withdrawal...............................................................38
Mid-semester progress reports ...............................................39                Teaching Assistant Program, certificate ...............................152
Mission and Goals ..................................................................2          Teacher Education, programs ..............................................114
Multiple Associate Degrees....................................................12               Theatre, courses ...................................................................230
Music, courses......................................................................209        Transfer Counseling ...............................................................48
                                                                                               Transfer Credit Evaluation ....................................................42
Newburgh Campus ..................................................................3            Transfer Guarantee, SUNY ...................................................13
Non-degree Seeking Students ................................................12                 Transfer to SUNY Orange ....................................................11
Non-SUNY elective categories.............................................161                   Transfer to Other Colleges ....................................................42
Nursing, AAS degree ...........................................................138             Transcript Request .................................................................42
Nursing, courses ..................................................................212         Tuition & Fees ......................................................................17
                                                                                               Tutorial Services ...................................................................58
Occupational Therapy Assistant, AAS degree .....................142                            Twenty-Four College Credit-Hour Program .........................10
Occupational Therapy Assistant, courses.............................215
Office Technologies, AAS degree ........................................144                    Undeclared Majors ................................................................47
Office Technologies, courses ................................................216
Online Learning ...................................................................164         Veterans Information .....................................23, 24, 25, 29, 48
Orange County Community College, Overview ......................2                              Visual Communications Technology:
                                                                                                 Graphic Arts/Printing, AAS degree .................................156
Parent’s Rights .......................................................................44
Parking Tags .........................................................................51       Waiver of Graduation Requirement ......................................41
Part-time Study (Admission) .................................................12                Waiver of Physical Education ................................................41
Performing Arts: Music, AAS degree...................................146                       Withdrawal from College ......................................................38
Permitted courses for developmental students .......................54                         Withdrawal from Course .................................................19, 38
Personal/Supportive Counseling ............................................47                  Work-Study............................................................................25
Philosophy and Religion, courses.........................................218                   Workforce Development Education .......................................16
Phi Theta Kappa....................................................................51          Writing Centers, English Dept. ..............................................58
Photography Policy ................................................................52          Writing Consultancy Project .................................................59
Physical Education, courses ................................................218
Physical Education Waiver ....................................................41




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Directions




            Middletown, NY Campus                                                   Newburgh, NY Campus



Best Routes to Middletown Campus                              Best Routes to Newburgh Campus
115 South Street, Middletown, NY 10940                        One Washington Center, Newburgh, NY 12550

  From Monroe and points south: Take Route 17 west to            From Middletown: Take Interstate 84 East to Exit 10. At
exit 123 (Middletown). Follow 17M which becomes Dolson        bottom of exit ramp, turn right onto Route 9W South and
Avenue. Continue on Dolson Avenue to Bennett Street.          immediately get into left lane. At stoplight, turn left onto North
Turn left on Bennett to the top of the hill.                  Street which becomes Marine Drive (also named LeRoy Place,
                                                              Water Street). Continue on Marine Drive through 2 stop lights.
  From Newburgh and points east and north: Take
Interstate 84 west to exit 3W (Middletown) then follow          About ½ mile past the second stoplight, turn right on to
directions below from Exit 3W.                                Colden Street. At the first stop sign make a right onto
                                                              Broadway. Continue on Broadway, and make the first right on
  From Sullivan County and points northwest: Take Route       to Grand Street; the Newburgh Campus will be on the right.
17 east to exit 121W. Take Interstate 84 west to exit 3W      (The entrance to the Newburgh Campus parking garage is on
(Middletown) then follow directions below from Exit 3W.       1st Street and Grand.)
  From Port Jervis and points west: Take Interstate 84 east     From Upstate New York or New York City/New Jersey area
to exit 3W (Middletown) then follow directions below from     (NYS Thruway): Take New York State Thruway to Exit 17
Exit 3W.                                                      (Newburgh). After toll booths, bear right and follow signs for
  From Exit 3W: Follow Route 17M west toward                  Interstate 84 East. Follow directions from Middletown (above).
Middletown. Route 17M becomes Dolson Avenue.                     From Dutchess County & Connecticut: Take Interstate 84
Continue on Dolson Avenue to Bennett Street. Turn left on     West over the Newburgh/Beacon Bridge to Exit 10. On exit
Bennett to the top of the hill.                               ramp stay to right and merge onto North Plank Rd. At the
                                                              first stoplight, turn right on to Route 9W South and
                                                              immediately get into left lane. At the 2nd stoplight, turn left
                                                              onto North Street which becomes Marine Drive (also named
                                                              LeRoy Place, Water Street). Continue on Marine Drive
                                                              through 2 stop lights. About ½ mile past the second stoplight
                                                              turn right on to Colden Street. At the first stop sign make a
                                                              right onto Broadway. Continue on Broadway, and make the
                                                              first right on to Grand Street; the Newburgh Campus will be
                                                              on the right. (The entrance to the Newburgh Campus parking
                                                              garage is on 1st Street and Grand.)




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CM –        Christine Morrison House           OH –       Orange Hall
                                                                                                 7            – Faculty/Staff
HA –        Harriman Hall                      PE –       Physical Education Building
HO –        Horton Hall                        SSC –      Shepard Student Center               V              – Visitor
HU –        Hudson Hall                        SW –       Sarah Wells Building
LIB –       Library



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                                                                                                 KAP            –        Kaplan Hall                             P   – Student
                                                                                                 TWR            –        Tower Building
                                                                                                                                                                 7   – Faculty/Staff
                                                                                                 GND            –        Grand Street Building
                                                                                                 MPL            –        Maple Building                          V   – Visitor




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