Troy University – Orlando Site
Schedule of Classes –Term 4/2010
Classes Meet March 15 – May 16, 2010
Note: Schedule Subject to Change Up to March 15, 2010
Weeknight classes meet from 5:30pm until 10:30pm
Saturday classes meet from 8:00am until 6:00pm
Sunday classes meet from 8:00am until 3:30pm
Orlando Graduate Courses
CRS & SECT Program Location Course Title / Description Professor Day
CP 6600 MSCP FOKA Professional Orientation & Ethics G. Dawson Mar 26, 27; Apr 16,
17; May 7, 8
CP 6642 MSCP FOAA Group Dynamics & Counseling L. Vanderbleek Tuesdays
CP 6651 MSCP FOAA Counseling Diverse Populations C. Meyer Mondays
CP 6601 MSCP FOKA Legal, Ethical, & Prof. Standards K. Washington Apr 2, 3; Apr 23,
24; May 14, 15
CP 6641 MSCP FOKA School Counseling & Program J. Woodburn Mar 19 – 21 and
Management Apr 30 – May 2
CP 6650 MSCP FOPA Practicum J. Haynes Thursdays
CP 6659-61 MSCP FOPA Internship: Mental Health J. Haynes Thursdays
CP 6650 MSCP FOPB Practicum L. Vanderbleek Thursdays
CP 6659-61 MSCP FOPB Internship: Mental Health L. Vanderbleek Thursdays
PSY 6648 MSCP FOAA Theories of Personality M. Cox Wednesdays
PSY 6668 MSCP FOAA Human Lifespan & Development C. Azimi Thursdays
PSY 6670 MSCP FOAA Diagnosis & Treatment Planning G. Dawson Mondays
PA 6601 MPA FOAA Research Methods in PA J. Goltz Mondays
PA 6644 MPA FOVK Administrative Law D. McDaniel Mar 19-21 and
VTC > ORL/ TAMPA/ JAX Apr 9-11
PA 6699 MPA FOVK Capstone in PA F. Meine Apr 16-18 and
VTC > ORL/ TAMPA/ JAX May 7-9
MGT 6627 MSM FOVA Specialized Studies C. Chekwa Thursdays
VTC > ORL/ TAMPA/ JAX
EAL 6615 MSEAL FOVK Soc & Phil Foundations for M. Gates Mar 19-20; Apr 9-10;
Educational Leadership and Apr 30- May 01
VTC > Pensacola
EAL 6663 MSEAL FOGA Internship: Ed Administration I M. Gates Wednesdays
EAL 6643 MSEAL FOGA Admin. of School Personnel M. Gates Mar 26-27; Apr 23-
24; May 14-15
NOTE: Italicized courses have not been confirmed or may be subject to cancellation.
Orlando Undergraduate Courses
CRS & SECT Program Location Course Title/Description Professor Dates
NOTE: **Undergraduate Business students:
Please review the prerequisite
requirements prior to registering for
your next classes.
TROY 1101 All UG FOAA University Orientation Crooms Fri, Mar 19; 5:30-10:30
Sat, Mar 20; 8:30 -5:30
Remedial classes in Math and English are prerequisites for the higher level courses required in the
General Studies (or core classes) of your program. Remedial courses do NOT count toward your
program requirements. If you have questions regarding this issue, please consult your advisor.
NOTE: Italicized courses have not been confirmed.
Tuition and Fee Schedule
Level Tuition Description Fee Schedule
Graduate Cohort $280 /semester hr Graduate Drop and withdrawal fees
Graduate Tuition $280 /semester hr Application Fee $50 for weekend classes are
Graduate eCampus $365 /semester hr the same as for weeknight
Graduate - MBA D/L $540 /semester hr Undergrad classes.
Application Fee $30
Undergraduate Tuition $190 /semester hr
Undergraduate eCamp $220 /semester hr
Intent to Graduate Fee $60 MSCP Comp Exam $50 Troy University, Orlando
does not follow a traditional
Late Payment Fee $50 MAT – Student $70 semester schedule. An
academic year consists of
MAT - Non-Student $95
five 9-week terms.
CPCE Exam Fee
(to be paid at time of Tests and exams must be
test and must be made Other Test/Exam scheduled during regular
payable to: CCE $40 – Student Proctoring – $50 business hours.
$65 – Non-Student
Drop/Withdraw Schedule of Fees
(IN-CLASS & eCAMPUS)
March 15 - 22
March 23 - 29
50% (Student owes 50%)
March 30 & beyond
100% - No Refund/ Subject to Academic Penalty
Fee Payment Policy
New students should remit a down payment of $200 for tuition at the time registration. Returning
students can use the deferred payment plan, provided that tuition payments for previous terms
were made on time. *Students are required to have a zero balance before registering for the
next term. *Students are responsible for all charges regardless of the source of assistance.
IMPORTANT: Students who do not pay the current term tuition by the due date will be charged
a Late Payment Fee and will not be allowed future term enrollments until such time as the balance
has been paid in full. Student may be required to pay future enrollments on an “up-front” basis.
*Delinquent student accounts are referred to a collection agency.*
The Orlando Office does not accept tuition or fee payments. All tuition and fee payments are to be
paid through Trojan Web Express or mailed to:
Attn: Teresa Hussey
155 Adams Administration Bldg.
Troy, AL 36082, USA
ORLANDO OPEN HOUSE EVENT February 22, 2010
New Student Registration February 15-March 15
Open Registration – New and Continuing Students February 15-March 15
New Graduate Student Orientation February 25, 2010
Last Acceptance Day – New Applicants (Using Financial Aid) March 05, 2010
Last Day to Change Class Schedule March 21, 2010
Last Day to Submit FA/VA Book Vouchers March 12, 2010
Last Day to file Financial Aid T4/10 (must also file a Partial Year Loan Request Form) February 15
Last Day to file Financial Aid T5/10 (must also file a Partial Year Loan Request Form) April 19
Last Day to file Financial Aid T1/10 June 28
Last Day to Process TA/VA certification with Education Center March 23
Financial Aid Disbursements begin March 23
Deadline to file Intent to Graduate for Term 4/2010 Jan. 11
Deadline to file Intent to Graduate for Term 5/2010 Mar. 22
Deadline to file Intent to Graduate for Term 1/2010 May 31
Last Day to Remove Incomplete Grade from Previous Term May 07
Tuition Fee Payment Deadline 10/T4 April 09, 2010
Midterm Apr 14
Term Ends May 16
Comprehensive Exams- Deadline to file for: 10/T4 Mar 06
Comprehensive Exams- Deadline to file for: 10/T5 June 22
Comprehensive Exams- Test Date for: 10/T4 May 15
Registration for 10/T5 Opens: Apr 26
MPA Students - Admission Packets Complete- Deadline for 10/T4 Feb 06
MPA Students - Admission Packets Complete- Deadline for 10/T5 April 17
MPA Students - Admission Packets Complete- Deadline for 10/T1 July 10
NOTE: (1) Students may drop classes or withdraw from school prior to the
beginning of the term without incurring charges. (2) Dropping a class or
withdrawing may affect Financial Aid availability.
Required Test Dates (Undergraduate):
Placement tests must be taken prior to student’s third term of enrollment. Students may register to take
Placement Tests at: http://orlando.troy.edu and clicking on CURRENT STUDENTS and then, Testing.
American With Disabilities Act: Any student whose disabilities fall within the ADA must inform the
instructor at the beginning of the term of any special needs or equipment necessary to accomplish the
requirements for his/her course.
Computer Lab Hours
Monday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday CLOSED FOR STUDENT TESTING
Thursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday Open only when Building Monitor is on duty.
Troy University – Orlando Site
4525 Vineland Road, Suite 204 @ Bay Colony, Orlando, FL 32811
Office Hours: By Appointment- Mon.-Thurs. 10:00 am – 4:00 pm /Fri. (by appointment only)
Phyllis Crooms Site Director 407-219-5981
Fernando Varela Business Development 407-219-5985
Linda Cross Assist. Site Director / Academic Advisor 407-219-5984
Kristi Turner Site Coordinator 407-219-5991
Rita Chiesa Academic Advisor 407-219-5983
Rochell Jackson Student Services Specialist 407-219-5982
Cara Curts Student Services Assistant 407-219-5994
Lesslee Cornelius Student Services / Alumni Affairs 407-219-5980
Wesley Shaw Student Services / Building Monitor 407-219-5980
FACULTY/ ADVISING / OFFICE HOURS
Dr. Michael Gates (EAL) 12 pm – 5 pm Wednesday, Thursday 407-219-5986
Dr. Charles Chekwa (MSM) 12 pm – 5 pm Monday, Thursday 407-219-5987
Dr. Greg Dawson (MSCP) 12 pm – 5 pm Monday, Thursday 407-219-5988
Dr. Jeffery Haynes (MSCP) 9 am – 5 pm Thursdays 407-219-5989
Dr. Linda Vanderbleek (MSCP) 12 pm – 5 pm Wednesday, Thursday 407-219-5990
Dr. Conrad Francis (MSM) 12 pm – 5 pm Tuesday, Thursday 407-219-5993
Dr. Terry Anderson (MPA) TBD
Deadline Dates For Electronic Book Voucher For 10T4:
*March 12: The latest you may submit book voucher requests for approval is 12:00 noon on the
last Friday of regular registration.
*March 14: Approved book vouchers must be used by Sunday before the term begins by calling
MBS at 1-800-325-3252.
Once you submit the voucher electronically, the directions listed below will pop up providing
information about ordering books.
1. Register and submit an electronic MBS book voucher request form. Please list correct
2. MBS will contact you when your voucher is ready.
3. If you do not receive an email, please contact MBS within 12 to 24 hours at
4. Choose Option 1 to place an order.
5. Tell the operator you are a voucher student with TROY University.
6. You will only be contacted by TROY University if you cannot use the book voucher.
7. The last day to call and order your books using an approved/submitted book
voucher for 10/T4 is Sunday, March 14, 2010.
The electronic book voucher program is for students with approved financial aid,
VA Chapter 31 benefits, and other tuition assistance programs. The student’s VA
Form 1905, DD 1556 or other TA form must authorize book charges and list the
amount authorized. A 10% handling fee is charged for using the book voucher
*We encourage you to order your books before the deadline.*