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                                                Danville Community College      n
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Fastest Growing Careers p 2
Planting New Programs p 3


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           DCC...The Place to Be for the Hottest New Careers!
                                                   DCC Programs of Study
Associate of Arts and Science                       Respiratory Therapy	(awarded	by             Career Studies
                                                    	 J.	Sargeant	Reynolds	Community		      	
Degree                                             	 College)
                                                                                                Advanced Manufacturing Concepts
    Business Administration                                                                     Advanced Nurse Aide
                                                    Technical Studies                           Advanced Phlebotomy
    Liberal Arts                                    	 •	Advanced	Manufacturing	Engineering			
    	 •	Humanities	Specialization                                                               American Sign Language
                                                   	 	 	 Technology                             Basic Dental Assisting
    	 •	Social	Science	Specialization               	 •	Fire	Science
    Science                                                                                     Building Construction Trades
                                                    	 •	Polymer	Manufacturing	Technology        Commercial Art
                                                                                                Cosmetology
Associate of Science Degree                        Diploma                                      Digital Imaging & Photography*
    Engineering                                                                                 Educational Interpreter Training
                                                    Air Conditioning & Refrigeration            Electrical Concepts
Associate of Applied Science                        Automotive Analysis & Repair                Electronic Concepts
                                                    Computer-Aided Drafting & Design            Emergency Medical Services
Degree                                              Electrical/Electronic Equipment             Emergency Medical Technician-Intermediate*
    Accounting                                        Servicing                                 Factory Automation & Robotics*
    Administration of Justice                       Electrical/ Electronics Technology          Gerontology
    	 •	Law	Enforcement	Specialization              	 •	Analyst	Electronics	Technology          Graphic Communications
    	 •	Corrections	Specialization                  	 •	General	Electronics	Technology          Horticulture
    	 •	Protective	Services	Specialization		   	    Graphic Imaging Technology                  Interior Decorating
	     	 (Private	Security)                          Industrial Maintenance Technology           Legal Assisting
    Administrative Support Technology               Precision Machining Technology              Logistics Management*
    	 •	General	Office	Specialization
                                                                                                Manufacturing Leadership
    	 •	Legal	Specialization
                                                   Certificate                                  Manufacturing Technician
    	 •	Medical	Office	Specialization
                                                    Air Conditioning & Refrigeration            Medical Coding
    Business Management
                                                      Servicing                                 Medical Terminology
    	 •	Management	Specialization
                                                    Auto Body Mechanics                         Medical Transcription
    	 •	Graphic	Imaging	Management		           	
                                                    Child Care                                  Metal Processing
	     	 	 Specialization
                                                    Corrections                                 Microcomputer Software
    	 •	Automotive	Management		 	              	
                                                    Drafting Technology                         Motorsports Management
	     	 	 Specialization
                                                    First Year Studies                          Network Technology
    	 •	Motorsports	Management		 	             	
                                                    General Education                           Networking with CISCO
	     	 	 Specialization
                                                    Industrial Electrical Principles            Nurse Aide
    Dental Hygiene	(awarded	by	Virginia		      	
                                                    Industrial Electronic Principles            PC Upgrade and Repair
	     Western	Community	College)
                                                    Law Enforcement                             Pharmacy Technician
    Early Childhood Education
                                                    Maintenance Mechanics                       Phlebotomy
    General Engineering Technology
                                                    Office Information Processing               Polymer Processing Technology
    Health Science
                                                    Practical Nursing                           Printing Technology*
    	 •	Practical	Nursing	Specialization
                                                    Protective Services (Private Security)      Programming
    Information Systems Technology
                                                    Residential Design & Estimation             Real Estate Abstracting
    	 •	Computer	Programming	Specialization
                                                    Summer Air Conditioning and                 Sheet Metal Layout and Installation
    	 •	Microcomputer	Specialization
                                                      Refrigeration Servicing                   Spanish Fluency
    	 •	Network	Specialization
                                                    Winter Air Conditioning Servicing           Web Site Design
    Marketing
                                                                                                Welding
    	 •	Consumer	Marketing	Specialization
                                                                                                Workplace Readiness
    	 •	Warehousing	and	Distribution		         	
	     	 	 Specialization
                                                                                                * pending approval
    	 •	Electronic	Commerce	Specialization
                                                                                                As of 11/7/08
    Registered Nurse
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        Frequently-Called
                                                                     Welcome to
            Numbers                                                  DCC!
                                                                        Danville Community
Main .............................................. 434.797.2222
ADA Coordinator........................... 434.797.8572              College is proud to offer
Admissions Office ......................... 434.797.8467             quality academic programs
Business Office............................. 434.797.8418            to assist the citizens of
Counseling and                                                       Danville, Halifax County
     Student Services .................. 434.797.8460                and Pittsylvania County in            Virginia’s Education Sec
Division of Arts & Sciences ........... 434.797.8402                 achieving their educational                                    retary Dr. Thomas Morris
                                                                                                         and DCC President Dr. Car                            , left,
                                                                                                                                    lyle Ramsey greet studen
Division of Business ..................... 434.797.8474              and career goals.                               the Fourth Annual Convoc                  ts at
Division of Engineering                                                 What an exciting time                                                  ation held recently.
     Technologies ......................... 434.797.8440             to be a student at DCC!
Division of Student Success and                                      Womack Hall is now home to DCC’s new Wellness/Physical Diagnostic Center.
     Academic Advancement ....... 434.797.6435
                                                                     It is an impressive facility that will be used by the College’s health and physical
Financial Aid Office ....................... 434.797.8439
                                                                     education classes, as well as by students and employees for their fitness needs. A
Information (Switchboard) ............ 434.797.2222
Learning Assistance Center.......... 434.797.8404
                                                                     new Maintenance Building, completed during the fall semester, will enable us to
Library........................................... 434.797.8555      provide a more attractive space for the campus community. This spring, we are
Middle College .............................. 434.797.6433           looking forward to the completion of the Health Sciences Building (Foundation
Neighborhood Centers ................. 434.797.8441                  Hall) and the start of construction for the new Student Center. The Student
President’s Office ......................... 434.797.8400            Center will be completed in the fall of 2009.
Southern Virginia Higher                                                We have also significantly expanded our distance learning options as part of
     Education Center .................. 434.572.5456                a plan for energy savings for our students. (See pages 37-39.) These classes are
Veterans’ Office ............................ 434.797.8439           available in a variety of formats, such as web-based courses that are delivered
Vice President for Academic and                                      entirely online; hybrid courses that are offered online and through limited in-class
     Student Services................... 434.797.8410                instruction; interactive video courses which include real-time, two-way audio and
Workforce Services ...................... 434.797.8430               video communication at local and remote sites; and video-based/DVD courses
     (RCATT)................................ 434.797.6437
                                                                     where materials are checked out and the student completes the work at home,
                                                                     independent of the classroom. These distance learning courses provide flexibility
                                                                     and convenience for students who want to determine their own time and place of
                The Spring 2009
             Issue of DCC Today                                      study or save on commuting costs to the campus.
              is published by the                                       We invite you to visit the campus and see why DCC is still the place to be.
           Office of the President
        Danville Community College                                       B. Carlyle Ramsey
             1008 South Main St.                                         President
           Danville, VA 24541-4004
         434.797.2222 • 800.560.4291
    TTY: 434.797.8542 • Fax: 434.797.8541
              www.dcc.vccs.edu
          email: info@dcc.vccs.edu                                   What’s Inside...
               Dr. B. Carlyle Ramsey                                 Fastest Growing Careers____________________________ 2-3
                      President
              Dr. Christopher C. Ezell                               Financial Aid Information ___________________________ 13
                   Vice President,
           Academic & Student Services                               General Information _______________________________ 14
                Mr. Scott J. Barnes
             Vice President, Financial &                             On-Campus Class Schedule _______________________ 15-30
               Administrative Services
                 Mr. Jeff R. Arnold                                  Off-Campus Class Schedule _______________________ 31-36
               Interim Vice President,
                 Workforce Services
                                                                     Distance Learning Classes ________________________ 37-39
           Ms. Andrea J. Burney, APR
       Director of Public Relations and Editor
                                                                     Mini-Semester Classes ___________________________ 40-41
                Ms. Lori R. Bidgood                                  Workforce Services _____________________________ 43-47
                  Graphic Designer

  Danville Community College does not discriminate on the
                                                                     Alumni & DCC Foundation News _____________________ 48
 basis of race, color, age, national origin, sex, or disability in
                   its programs or activities.
            Member, Virginia’s Community Colleges
                                                                     Vision: Danville Community College will be the college of choice in our region for exemplary educational programs and services.

                                                                     Mission: Danville Community College is committed to providing quality comprehensive higher education and workforce programs and services
                                                                     to promote student success and to enhance business and community development.
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                 Take A Look…The Fastest Growing Careers*
                                                            and How DCC Can Prepare You for Them
                                                                                      (* in the West Piedmont Planning District, VA)

 Career                                                                   DCC Program(s)
 HEALTH CARE: Registered Nurses, Practical Nursing, Home Health          Registered Nursing, Nurse Aide, Practical Nursing, Dental Hygiene,
 Aides, Medical Assistants, Dental Hygienists, EMT, Paramedics,          Basic Dental Assisting Career Studies, Emergency Medical
 Dental Assistants, Pharmacy Technicians, General Internists, Medical    Services Career Studies, Pharmacy Technician Career Studies,
 Professionals, Gerontology, Phlebotomy                                  Science/Transfer, Gerontology Career Studies, Phlebotomy Career
                                                                         Studies
 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Computer Systems Analysts,                      Information Systems Technology; Business Administration
 Computer Specialists, Software Engineers, Network and Computer
 Systems Analysts
 EDUCATION: Teachers, Educators, Administrators, Child Care              Liberal Arts, Early Childhood Education
 Workers, Teacher Assistants
 ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: Detectives, Criminal Investigators,          Administration of Justice, Corrections Specialization, Law
 Correctional Officers, Jailers, Protective Service Occupations, Law     Enforcement Specialization, Protective Services Specialization
 Enforcement Officers, Personal Security Specialists
 OFFICE ADMINISTRATION: Paralegals, Legal Assistants, Legal              Administrative Support Technology - Legal Specialization; Medical
 Secretaries, Medical Transcriptionists, Executive Secretaries,          Transcription Career Studies; Administrative Support Technology
 Administrative Assistants                                               - Medical Specialization, Administrative Support Technology -
                                                                         General
 BUSINESS: Business Operations, Management Analysts, Marketing           Business Management; Business Administration , Marketing,
 Managers, Securities, Financial Service Agents, Retail Salespersons,    Accounting; Workplace Readiness Career Studies, Business
 Real Estate Appraisers, Agents, Financial Managers, Financial           Administration; Real Estate Abstracting
 Specialists, Bookkeeping, Accounting, Auditing Clerks
 SOCIAL SCIENCES: Social, Community Service Managers,                    Liberal Arts – Social Science
 Counselors, Social Workers, Social Services Occupations
 MANUFACTURING: Computer Controlled Machine Tool Operators,              Precision Machining Technology Manufacturing Technician Career
 Machinists, Drafters, Engineers, Mapping Technicians, Welders,          Studies, Computer-Aided Drafting, Welding Career Studies,
 Cutters, Solderers, Brazers, Pre-press Technicians, Workers,            Graphic Imaging Technology, General Engineering Technology,
 Engineers                                                               Engineering/Transfer, Manufacturing Engineering Technology,
                                                                         Polymer Processing Technology Career Studies, Factory
                                                                         Automation and Robotics Career Studies
 SERVICE: Firefighters, Hair Dressers, Cosmetologists, Automotive        Fire Science, Cosmetology Career Studies, Automotive Analysis &
 Service Technicians, Auto Body Mechanics, Landscaping, Grounds          Repair, Auto Body Mechanics, Horticulture Career Studies, Graphic
 Worker, Graphic Designers                                               Imaging Technology

 BUILDING: Architects, Construction Workers, Building Inspectors,        Science, Building Trades, Electrical-Electronics Technology, Air
 Carpenters, Electricians, Heating Air Conditioning Technician,          Conditioning and Refrigeration
 Refrigeration Mechanics, Engineers
 ENTERTAINMENT: Public Relations Specialists, Motorsports                Liberal Arts/Transfer, Motorsports Career Studies
 Management
 Source: Compiled from Virginia Workforce Connection Data

                                                                                                            Air
   Whether you want to work in a                   the fastest growing occupations in this        Conditioning
health care facility, zoom around the              region and in the Commonwealth of
race track, guide the lives of young               Virginia.
children, do hands on repair, try the
manufacturing scene, or discover the
cure for cancer, you can get your start            Programs of Study
at Danville Community College. In                     DCC offers programs of study that
fact, DCC can prepare you for some of              lead to a certificate (with one year or
                                                   less of full-time study); a diploma (with
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Here We Grow Again: New Programs On Tap!
   Danville Community College is             be offered in the evenings and can be      on applications.
offering the following new career            taken in any sequence, include:               Students who complete the program
studies certificate programs:                	 •	Introduction	to	Photography            will develop competencies in the
                                             	 •	Photography	I	                         following areas:
                                             	 •	Photoshop                              	 •	Basic	understanding	of	various		
Digital Imaging and                          	 •	Web	Design                                  printing processes
Photography                                  	 •	History	&	Appreciation	of	Art	I	or		   	 •	Understanding	of	the	basic		
   Whether you wish to become a                  elective                                    technology of the lithographic
professional photographer or just            	 •	Approved	elective	                          printing process
improve your photography skills, the                                                    	 •	Complex	understanding	of	the		
                                                                                             technology of the lithographic
courses in the Digital Imaging and
Photography Career Studies Certificate
                                             Printing Technology                             printing process
                                               The Career Studies Certificate
program will help you improve your                                                      	 •	Understanding	of	safety	and		
                                                                 in Printing
photography                                                                                  health issues and of the OSHA
                                                                 Technology is
skills. You                                                                                  Hazard Communication
                                                                 designed to
will learn the                                                                               Standard
                                                                 prepare you for
secrets of                                                                              	 •	 Understanding	of	the	varieties,		
                                                                  various entry level
taking better                                                                                properties, handling and
                                                                  positions or to
photos and how                                                                               printing characteristics of
                                                                  upgrade existing
to edit, enhance                                                                             papers and inks
                                                                  skills in press
and print them.                                                                         	 •	 Understanding	of	the	basic		
                                                                  operations to
   You will also                                                                             operation of the lithographic offset
                                                                  meet technology
learn how to                                                                                 press
                                                                  trends in the
publish your                                                                            	 •	 Complex	understanding	of	the		
                                                                  printing industry.
photos on the                                                                                lithographic offset press
                                             Procedures and processes will be
web. Fourteen credits are required in                                                   	 •	Understanding	of	the	current		
                                             covered in both theory and/or hands-
the program. The classes, which will                                                         trends in technology
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two years of full-time study); or the        fret. DCC’s Counselors and Career
associate degree (with two years of full-    Placement Center can help. They
time study). For those who are looking       provide a number of career assessment
for more short-term career options,          tools and resources available to help
DCC offers more than 40 career studies       you decide the best options for you.
certificates for programs that can be        For information, contact the DCC
completed with one or more semesters         Counseling Office at 434.797.8460, or
of full-time study.                          Christy Yaple, Director of Tech Prep
                                             and Career Placement, at 434.797.8520.

                                             Transfer Options
                                                Planning to pursue your Bachelor’s
                                             Degree? Our Transition Coordinator
                                             can help you map your path to a
                                             four-year degree and beyond. There
                                             are sponsored visits to four-year
                                             colleges and universities to assist
                                             you in your decision. DCC tries to
                                             make your transfer as seamless as                                       Drafting
                                             possible. Contact Alexis Ehrhardt at       more information about any of the
                                             434.797.8469 for more information          programs, to request an informational
               Building Trades/Engineering                                              CD or catalog, contact Cathy
                                                Just take a look at these HOT
                                             career fields in the table on page 2. A    Pulliam, Coordinator of Recruitment
                                             complete list of all of DCC’s programs     and Enrollment Management, at
Career Assessment                            of study are listed on the inside front    434.797.8538, 434.797.2222, or email
  Perhaps you are unsure about               page of this publication. If you want      info@dcc.vccs.edu.
what field you want to study. Don’t
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            Two Receive Progress Energy Scholarships
  Two Danville Community College           Chatham High School and Rice, 18, is a finding jobs in related industries if not
students are getting a head start on       2008 graduate of Halifax County High         employed by Progress Energy.”
their careers in Electrical/Electronics.                               School.              It is expected that there will be a
Dustin Rorer of Chatham, and                                              The Progress significant number of craft jobs to be
William “Billy” Rice, Jr. of Sutherlin,                                Energy Power     filled over the next 10 years at Progress
have received scholarships from                                        Careers          Energy. The company developed the
Progress Energy through its Power                                       Program is      program because supporting research
Careers Program. Both students are in                                   designed        shows an aging workforce industry
the Electrical/Electronics Technology                                   to attract      wide, a lessened interest by high school
program, with triple majors in analyst                                  the most        and community college students in the
electronics, industrial electrical                                      promising       skills trades and limited formal training
principles and industrial electronics                                   high            in craft skills.
principles.                                                              school and         To be eligible for the program,
  Rorer, 19, is a 2007 graduate of                                       community      students must be a high school
                                                                          college       graduate, at least18 years of age
                                                          Dustin Rorer
                                                                          talent,       and have a valid driver’s license;
                                                   provide students with an             have a 3.2 grade point average or
   Of Special                              introduction to the business of power
                                           plant operations, support students’
                                                                                        higher preferred; and be enrolled in
                                                                                        one of three two-year AAS degree

   Interest...                             completion of their
                                           two year studies and
                                                                                                        curriculums (electrical/
                                                                                                        electronics, industrial
                                           ultimately provide a                                         systems technology
                                           career opportunity with                                      or electric power
     Are you ready to enhance your         Progress Energy.                                            production technology)
  web design skills? Now is the              “A two-year diploma                                       at a community/technical
  time with a new online course -          or associate degree from                                    college. In addition,
  Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash and             a community college                                         students must have a
                                           offers a great career path                                  demonstrated interest in
  Fireworks CS3 (ITE 195-W1).
                                           for students in today’s                                     pursuing a craft career in
                                           economy,” says Lee                                         power plant operations.
      In this course you will learn        McCollum of Progress                                           “The program is designed
  several popular Adobe programs           Energy and coordinator                                     to introduce them to
  such as Dreamweaver, Flash and           of the Power Careers                        Billy Rice     exciting careers in the utility
  Fireworks Creative Suite 3 (CS3),        Program. “The Power                                    industry,” McCollum adds.
  which are the industry-leading Web       Careers Program offers opportunities         “Since inception of the program in
  design tools. If you are serious         for paid internships, with scholarship       2002, 55 students have graduated in
  about creating standards-based           funding while students complete              the program and 42 have been hired
                                           a program in industrial systems or           full time into positions as Power Plant
  Web pages and applications, this
                                           electrical / electronics curriculums at      Mechanics,	I	&C	Techs	(Instrument	
  software package is for you. As an       local community colleges.”                   and Control Technicians) and Auxiliary
  added bonus, you will qualify for          McCollum says students in the              Operators.”
  student pricing and save hundreds        program are paid $10 per hour and                Christy Yaple, Director, Tech Prep
  for the software which retails for       can work up to 20 hours per week for         and Career Placement, adds “This
  $399 for Dreamweaver alone or            11 weeks during each semester and            partnership between Progress Energy
  $999 for the entire suite.               40 hours per week during the summer          and Danville Community College
                                           months. Students are eligible for a $650 is just one example of how students
    For more information, see http://      dollar scholarship each semester if a        can begin working toward a career
                                           3.2 grade point average is maintained        goal in high school, transition to the
  learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/
                                           and on-the-job evaluations are good.         community college, and eventually
  promo/guidelinemx.htm                      “Not all students will be offered a        enter the workforce.”
                                           job with Progress Energy as job offers           For more information about the
    You must contact the instructor        are based on academic performance,           program or other career pathways
  by email: aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to        job evaluations, overall experience          offered through the Southern Piedmont
  get instructions to begin class.         and available vacancies at the time          Career Pathways Consortium, contact
                                           of graduation,” McCollum adds.               Christy Yaple, at 434.797.8520, or
                                           “However, experience gained in the           email cyaple@dcc.vccs.edu.
                                           program should assist students in
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Two Chosen For VCCS Scholarships
   Brittany Atkins of Callands                 Patricia Atkins, is a 2008 graduate of           Inman, daughter of Darrell and
and Melissa Inman of Danville                  Chatham High School. She was active           Lori Inman, is also a 2008 graduate of
have been named recipients of the              in the Beta Club, Science Club, Ace           Tunstall High School with a 4.23 grade
Landon H. Wyatt Jr.                                             Team, Interact Club, and     point average. She graduated sixth in
Commonwealth Legacy                                             served as Vice President     her class and also received the DCC
Scholarships at Danville                                         of the Book Club and        Board Recognition of Achievement
Community College.                                               Secretary of                     Scholarship Award. Inman was
The awards program                                               the Foreign                                        active with the
was established in                                               Language                                           Tunstall Marching
2006 to celebrate the                                            Club. Atkins                                       Band Color Guard,
40th anniversary of the                                          has served as a                                    Beta Club, Future
Virginia Community                                                volunteer with                                    Business Leaders of
College System.                                                   the Pittsylvania                                  America, Spanish
Scholarships are awarded                                          County Library                                    Club, Library Club
to first-time college                Brittany Atkins (right) with and at Hughes                                    and Interact Club.
students who plan to        Dr. Glenn DuBois, VCCS Chancellor and Atkins                                           Her community
attend one of Virginia’s 23                                        Construction                                    activities included
community colleges. The two recently           Company. With a 4.12 grade               Melissa Inman (right) wit volunteering at
                                                                                                                 h
were among the 30 scholars recognized point average and ranked third                             Dr. Glenn DuBois God’s Storehouse
at a luncheon in their honor, sponsored in her class, she is the first                                             and Roman Eagle
by the Virginia Community College              person in her family to attend college.                             Memorial Home. She
System.                                        She is enrolled in DCC and plans a            is enrolled at DCC and plans a career
   Atkins, daughter of Edward and              career in education.                          in the medical field.


Goodyear Awards Scholarships to DCC Students
   The	Goodyear	Tire	&	Rubber	                   Chris Smoot II,                               To be eligible, students must have
Company’s Danville, Va., plant,               Danville, son of Chris                        above average high school performance
working in partnership with the               Smoot, who has been                           along with a demonstrated interest
Danville Community College                    with Goodyear since                           and aptitude in a technical field. Each
Educational Foundation, has awarded           January 1998. Chris is                        scholarship recipient is enrolled
seven scholarships valued at $1,000           a graduate of Chatham                         in DCC’s Industrial Maintenance,
each. The recipients are:                     High School.                                  Precision Machining Technology or
   Philip Breitenstine,                                                                     Electrical/Electronics Technology
Ringgold, son of David                          Daniel Skelley,                             programs. They must commit to
Breitenstine, who is a                        Chatham, son of Phillip                       join Goodyear’s Maintenance Entry
34-year veteran of the                        and Amy Skelley.                              Program after completing their first
Goodyear plant. Philip                        Daniel is a graduate of                       year of college. Fifteen scholarships
is a graduate of Dan                          Chatham High School.                          were available. Nine were earmarked
River High School.                                                                          for family members of current
   Brandon                                      Stephen Walker,                             Goodyear employees. The other
Furgurson, Ringgold,                          Callands, son of Tony                         six were to be awarded to external
son of Raymond                                and Eva Walker.                               candidates from the Danville Public
Furgurson, who has                            Stephen is a graduate of                      Schools and Pittsylvania County
worked for Goodyear                           Chatham High School.                          Schools.
since April 1993.                                                                              “These are outstanding students
Brandon is a graduate                           Austin Whitt, Dry                           who we hope will one day make
of Dan River High                             Fork, son of Timothy                          outstanding Goodyear employees,”
School.                                       Whitt, who joined                             says Human Resources Manager John
   Ross Mustain,                              Goodyear in April 2007.                       Rhodes. “The company is awarding
Keeling, son of Don                           Austin is a Tunstall                          the scholarships to develop a labor
and Penny Mustain.                            High School graduate.                         pool in the skilled trades from which to
Ross is a graduate                                                                          staff the Danville plant’s maintenance
of the Danville                                                                             department.”
Public Schools Adult
Education Department.
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                                                 DCC Fields New Soccer Team
   Soccer is back at Danville
Community College and the team is
ready for action. With Head Soccer
Coach Vesa Hiltunen at the helm,
DCC’s newest club sport has 15 team
members that include both male and
female students.
   “DCC is fortunate to have a
nucleus of talented young people who
have a good soccer background. If
the College can attract high school
soccer players from Danville and
the surrounding counties to attend
college and participate in the varsity
program, DCC will have an excellent
team to complete within the VCCS
in a few years,” says Hiltunen,
who retired in 2004 as Director
of	Athletics	at	Averett	University.	        The DCC Soccer Team
                                                                   includes (front row, left
He was hired at DCC last spring to           Carlos Arenas, Chris Ho                         to right): Cristina Aversa
                                                                     well, Jacob Spencer,                               no, Ryan Wilkinson,
establish the soccer club sport and           Jessica Price, Charles                         and Armando Rivera; (ba
                                                                     Terrell, Ray Tremell Ga                            ck row, left to right):
serve as Head Coach.                           Blissenbach and Coach                           mble III, Jordan Self, Sim
                                                                        Vesa Hiltunen. Not pic                            one Coles, Robert
   For more information about the DCC                                                             tured: Dana Rojas, Tha
                                                                                                                          rien Harrison and
Soccer Club Sport, contact Hiltunen at                                                                                    Dawnisha Glass.
vhiltunen@dcc.vccs.edu or email info@
dcc.vccs.edu.



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  COMPASS                                Logistics Management
                                            Logistics Management is a rapidly-
                                                                                             	 •	Warehouse	Manager
                                                                                             	 •	Warehouse	Department		

  Testing                                growing field encompassing the care
                                         and management of inventory while
                                                                                                 Manager or Area Manager
                                                                                             	 •	Manager	Trainee
                                                                                             	 •	Other	Related	Logistics		
  Schedule
                                         in rest and in motion. This Online/
                                         web-based Logistics Management                          Occupations
                                         Career Studies Certificate is primarily
                                         designed to provide formal training                    For more information about these
  Starting January, 2009, the            for individuals already employed in                 new programs, contact the Division of
  COMPASS testing schedule is as         careers associated with the following               Business and Engineering Technologies
  follows:                               logistics-related jobs: inventory                   at 434.797.8440, or email info@dcc.
                                         purchasing, care and control;                       vccs.edu.
  Tuesday, 1 p.m. and 6 p.m.             dispatching and shipping of goods and
  Wednesday, 10 a.m.                     materials; and assembling bulk orders
  Thursday, 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.            for	distribution.	Upon	completion	
  Friday, 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.              of the Logistics Management Career
                                         Studies Certificate, you will have been
  Saturday, 9 a.m.
                                         exposed to the skills necessary for
                                         career advancement. This program is
  Testing Location: Wyatt Building,      also suitable for students interested in
  Room 201.                              obtaining an entry-level position in
                                         warehousing and distribution.
  Appointments are required. Call           Some of the occupational titles for
  434.797.8460 or 800.560.4291,          graduates of this program include:
  ext. 8460 for an appointment.          	 •	Shipping
                                         	 •	Receiving
                                         	 •	Dispatching
                                         	 •	Purchasing
                                                                                                                            7


Samantha Tyson Looks Forward To Transferring
    For 20-year-old Samantha Tyson of 2008,	she	was	inducted	in	the	Upsilon	             rapport with people into a career as
Danville, it wasn’t a matter of whether      Phi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the         a psychologist, counseling troubled
she would attend Danville Community          international honor society for two-        youth.
College, but more about when she             year college students.                         “I have had to overcome a lot of
would attend. It seems she set her              Her humor is something remarkable        issues within myself to get to where I
sights on the community college early        about Tyson. When you talk to her           am now,” she says. “I am a person who
on as a way to transition from high          there will always be something to           has had some problems but I have
school life to college life.                 laugh about. That’s because Tyson is a      worked hard to change and I want to
    “DCC is a smooth transition for          self-described comic who likes to use       give back to my community, school,
any high school student because it           humor to take the edge out of stiff or      friends and family. I know there are a
allows you the time to boost your            uncomfortable situations.                   lot of children who can be helped by
confidence before going off to a large          “I’m the one who will come in class      my experiences and especially by anger
university,” Tyson                                                 the first day and     management counseling.”
says. “It (DCC) is
definitely not as
                        “The atmosphere here                       say something
                                                                   funny to get
                                                                                            Tyson says the overall DCC
                                                                                         atmosphere was most inviting and
stressful as high         makes it a fun and                       everybody to relax    encouraging and helped her to be more
school.”                                                           and to break the      confident in her classes.
    Tyson knows           encouraging place to                     ice,” she explains.      “The atmosphere here makes it a
a lot about stress
and admits
                          be. But, the programs at girls growingthree As one of
                                                                                  up
                                                                                         fun and encouraging place to be. You
                                                                                         can be involved in school and work on
she faced a few           DCC would be nothing                     in the household,     projects in the community. But, the
challenges in her                                                  Tyson could           programs at DCC would be nothing
last year of high         without the faculty. They always make                          without the faculty,” Tyson adds. “They
school. She even
took a year off
                          are the reason we want the family laugh  even at her own
                                                                                         are the reason we (students) want to
                                                                                         get up and come to school each day.”
before deciding           to get up and come to                    expense with an          For more information about the
to come to DCC.                                                    accident here and     Liberal Arts and other transfer
But after working         school each day.”                        there. According      Associate Degree programs, contact
three jobs and                                                     to younger sister,    Cathy Pulliam, Coordinator
a period of self                                                   Kristen (she also     of Recruitment and Enrollment
reflection, the Liberal Arts major is        has an older sister Lindsey who now         Management, at 434.797.8538;
now ready to move on with her life.          lives in Oregon), Tyson also likes to       800.560.4291, ext. 8538, or email info@
    “There is a time when you say to         play practical jokes.                       dcc.vccs.edu.
yourself, ‘Grow up, stop acting foolish         “She should be a standup
and go to college’. I finally had to realize comedienne,” Kristin laughs.
that I am not Peter Pan,” she adds.             “Yes, I could do that!” Tyson
    Both of her parents, Don and Dawn        says demonstrating one of her
Tyson, attended DCC, but she says she well-known funny faces.
knew it was the right choice for her.           Tyson expects to earn
    “The location of DCC was                 an Associate of Arts                                                     Samantha
geographically desirable for me,” she        and Science Degree                                                      Tyson (left)
notes. “But the Liberal Arts program         in Liberal Arts in                                                       and sister,
that I am in is excellent. The teachers,     December 2009.                                                              Kristen
Dr. Ted Maier (Associate Professor           After transferring
of English), Ms. Carmen Eichman              to a state
(Assistant Professor of English) and         university and
Dr. Wade Davenport (Dean of the              receiving her
Arts and Sciences Division) are all so       baccalaureate
encouraging. They are my mentors.            degree, she is
They are always telling me, ‘You can do      hoping to
it.’ ‘You can do it.’”                       parlay
    An “A” student academically, Tyson       her
is very involved in DCC activities.          easy
She serves as a student worker in Dr.
Ted Maier’s office, editing the
Dan River Review journal, and
she tutors fellow students in
English and Spanish. In October
   8


                            Page Seate Seeks Automotive Career
   Two years ago in 2006, Page           wonder if his age will be a factor in     careers.
Seate found himself in an unenviable finding a good job in the automotive             “Many of them (former co-
position. He lost his job of 37 years    industry in this area.                    workers) have families to support
when the company, Collins-Aikman             “I was apprehensive at first, but     and some just didn’t know they could
in Roxboro, NC, announced they           when I got                                go back to school,” Seate notes. “It’s
were closing its doors.                  here and saw                                                              important
   “I was one of the last three to       all the smiles                                                            to do what
leave when they locked the doors. I      on everyone’s                                                            you want
just couldn’t believe it,” the 59-year-  face I knew                                                              to do. I
old Seate says explaining that the       everything                                                               am very
company produced automotive              would be                                                                blessed to
fabrics.                                 okay,” he                                                               have a wife
   “There were a lot of mixed            says. “I am                                                             (Faye) and
emotions especially when you work        learning that                                                          family (son,
at a place so long and you have come age is not a                                                               Brian and
up through the ranks. You know           barrier if you                                                         daughter,
everybody’s children and you have        are willing                                                           Tara) who
a close connection with each other,”     to work                                                               support me.”
Seate adds, still showing signs of the   together                                                                   Even if
hurt he felt that day.                   with                                                                 he doesn’t get
   “I have always tried to have a        everyone.”                                                           that job in the
basic, positive, ‘can do’ attitude. But,     He also                                                         automotive
you can’t really describe the self       says the                                                            industry, Seate
esteem feelings you have when you        opportunity                                                        has a lot of
lose a job,” Seate says.                 to train                                                           other talents.
   While it took courage and             using state-                                                      He likes
encouragement to make the next           of-the art                                                        drag racing
step, Seate says there was no            equipment                                                         and building
question he would attend DCC and         and facilities and having                         Page Seate      projects.
take advantage of the Trade Re-          instructors who are very                                       When his young
adjustment Act benefits. He has          knowledgeable in their fields were        daughter at the time wanted him to
several family members – brothers,       other selling points about DCC. In        buy an expensive doll house he says
sister and a son who are all DCC         addition, Seate says DCC courses          he calmed her by saying he would
graduates, as well as a number of        such as “Controversial Issues In          build one when they got home. Well,
friends who attended the community       Contemporary American Culture”            he did and since then he has built
college.                                                  (HUM 165), helped        other doll houses from scratch that
   “There was no                                          him to understand        have won awards. Seate also has built
question whatsoever “In a lot of ways DCC more about himself                       a blacksmith diorama and is currently
that I would go to                                        and others and gave      working on a model train diorama.
DCC,” Seate says            was the place to be him “insight about                    “In a lot of ways DCC was the
noting that he has          for me. It’s the place things I never thought          place to be for me,” Seate explains,
a one hour and 10                                         about.”                  adding that he expects to receive his
minute commute each to be for success --                      “Since I lost my     Diploma in Automotive Analysis and
way from his home in                                      job and am going to      Repair in May 2009. “It’s the place to
Nelson (Mecklenburg it really is.”                        school, I feel like I    be for success -- it really is.”
County, VA) to                                            have a place in life,”      The Automotive Analysis and
the DCC campus.                                           Seate says. “It was      Repair program is a two-year
“Everyone I know has really liked        like driving into the unknown, but        program of study designed to prepare
DCC and had nothing but good             DCC was there with some really            individuals for employment in the
things to say about the school.”         good people.”                             many occupations servicing motor
   In the summer of 2006, Seate              Seate says it distresses him that     transportation vehicles. For more
enrolled in the Automotive Analysis      more of his former co-workers             information about the program,
and Repair program. He wasn’t            didn’t embrace the educational            contact the professors, Bill Roche,
worried about his studies or being in    opportunities available, but he           (434) 797-8534, or Danny Rakes,
classes with students much younger       understands their reasons and tries       (434) 797-8521, toll free: 800-560-
than he. But Seate says he did           to encourage them to pursue new           4291, or email info@dcc.vccs.edu.
                                                                                                                                     9


Casey Hangelia – Taking The Middle College
Road To Success
   Three months before she was to           sat for the GED testing and excelled in            and Mr. (Donald) Pippin (Program
finish Tunstall High School, Casey          all areas. In fact, Hangelia scored 3,320          Director) and Ms. (Christy) Lutz
Hangelia of Danville decided to drop                                                                             (Program Office
out of school and go to work.                                                                                    Assistant) are just
The decision didn’t come easy as                                                                                 awesome,” she notes.
numerous people warned her that                                                                                  “They are always willing
this wasn’t a wise move.                                                                                          to help you; they help
   “I can’t tell you how many                                                                                     with your classes.
people told me not to do it. I also                                                                               It’s just really a great
kicked myself for quitting too,” the                                                                               program.”
now 20-year-old Hangelia says. “I                                                                                     Hangelia has used
couldn’t take the stress anymore.                                                                                  her experiences to
But I believe things happen for a                                                                                  encourage others to
reason.”                                                                                                           get a GED or high
   Hangelia admits finding a job                                                                                    school diploma,
after dropping out of high school                                                                                   noting that it’s hard
was difficult, plus financial and                                                                                   to find decent jobs
transportation problems created                                                                                     without the academic
additional stress. She even tried to                                                                                 credential. She is now
return to two different area high                                                                                    working at Domino’s
schools to complete her diploma, but                                                                                 Pizza and is carrying
she says transportation and other                                                                                      a full-time load of
problems kept surfacing, preventing
                                                        Casey Hangelia (left) and Program Director, Donald Pippin, classes.
her from reaching her goal.                                                       at the Middle College Graduation.       “I definitely
   Finally, a friend told her about                                                                                encourage others to
Danville Community College’s Middle         on the five tests. A perfect score is              look at the Middle College program,”
                                            4,000 or 800 on each of the five tests.            she adds. “It’s not always easy and
                                               “I was nervous about taking the                 things happen for a reason. But if you
“I definitely encourage                     test, but I knew I could do it,” explains          stay with it, things will work out.”
                                            Hangelia. She adds that in high school                For more information about the
 others to look at                          she was a good student when it came                Middle College program, contact
                                            to in-class discussions, hands-on                  434.797.6433, toll free at 800.560.4291,
 the Middle College                         learning, or labs. “I just didn’t like to do etc. 6433, or email info@dcc.vccs.edu.
 program. It’s not always                   homework, and that cost me a lot. My
                                            grades suffered.”
 easy and things happen
 for a reason. But if you
                                               With her new GED in hand,
                                            Hangelia wants to continue her                     Save the
                                                                                               Date...
                                            education. She is now enrolled in
 stay with it, things will                  DCC’s Liberal Arts/College Transfer
                                            program, but she’s undecided about
 work out.”                                 what she wants to do. She also                       SUPER SATURDAY 2009!
                                            was recently awarded an academic                     Saturday, January 31, 2009
                                            scholarship from the DCC Educational
                                                                                                 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
College I program, which assists young      Foundation.
people, ages 18 – 24, in earning a             “Math and history have always
General Education Diploma (GED) and         been my favorite subjects in school,”                Institute for Advanced Learning and
obtaining workplace readiness skills.       Hangelia says. “I want to get my                     Research (IALR)
Best of all, she discovered the program     bachelor’s degree, but I’m not sure                  150 Slayton Avenue, Danville, VA.
is offered free of charge to the student.   what I want do for a career. I don’t
Hangelia says she called the college the    want to be a teacher, but maybe                      There will be informational
very next day.                              something in the research field.”                    workshops and assistance in
   “That was in mid-November (2007),”          The daughter of Michael L. Hangelia               completing the FAFSA (Free
she notes. “I called DCC and got the        and Misty L. Hazelwood, Hangelia
                                                                                                 Application for Federal Student Aid).
paperwork completed in two or three         says the Middle College program was
                                                                                                 More details to come!
days, and I was tested in another week      her answer for helping her get back on
or two.”                                    track with her life.                                 For information, call 434.797.8439
   On December 14 and 15, 2007, she            “It’s been great. I really love it
   10


                                           DCC Receives Grant for Tech Prep,
                                               High School Career Coaches
   Danville Community College has              options for work-based learning in high high	school	students	and	Skills	USA	
received several grants to assist with         school and continuing through college.              competitions.
student success and career awareness.          If students choose the Tech Prep                        “We also allocate a significant
The grants – from local and federal            path, they have the option to enter the             amount of grant funds to offer free
sources - total more than $276,000 per         workforce after completing a technical              tutoring programs that help ensure
year.                                          degree/certificate/diploma program                  student success,” Ezell says. “We also
   The Virginia Community College              at DCC or further their education to                are constantly updating equipment in
System and the State Council of Higher pursue a four-year degree.                                  our technical programs to ensure that
Education in Virginia have provided               “Tech Prep links academic and                                        students are exposed
approximately $26,000 for                                                                                              to the most current
additional funding                                                                                                     equipment reflected in
for “career coach”                                                                                                      today’s workplace.
positions at six high                                                                                                       In addition to these
schools in Danville,                                                                                                    grants, the college also
Halifax County                                                                                                          partnered with other
and Pittsylvania                                                                                                         institutions to receive
County. The Career                                                                                                       two National Science
coaches are DCC                                                                                                          Foundation grants for
employees based in                                                                                                        a new engineering
George Washington,                                                                                                        program and a new
Chatham, Dan River,                                                                                                       nanotechnology
Tunstall, Gretna                                                                                                          program.
and Halifax County                                                                                                            “Danville
high schools to assist                                                                                                     Community College is
students in defining                                                                                                       committed to student
their career aspirations                                                                                                   success. Grants help
and recognizing                                                                                                            to ensure DCC is able
postsecondary                                                                                                tsecondary to meet the needs
                                                                                provide awareness of pos
                                                       College Career Coaches                       left to right are: Jo of students and the
programs and services        The Danville Community                    a high schools. Shown from
that can help students             trainin g and career options at are                shington; C. L. Scarce, Cha
                                                                                                                    tham local workforce,”
                                                            ie McAdams, George Wa                                    ryna
achieve their educational       Ann Wagstaff, Halifax; Ang                            Career Placement; and Sab               Ezell continues.
                                                                  ctor of Tech Prep &
goals.                          and Tunstall; Christy Yaple, Dire                     Hamilton, Dan River and Gretna.            For more
   “Career coaches work                                                                                                       information
with students in grades                                                 technical studies          about DCC, contact the College at
nine through 12 to help them make              and uses input from business, industry,             434.797.8410, toll free: 800.560.4291 or
informed decisions about their career          government, and the community                       email info@dcc.vccs.edu.
and educational plans and to prepare           in order to build a curriculum that
them for success in postsecondary              leads to successful employment,”
education and training,” explains
Christy Yaple, DCC’s Director of
                                               Ezell notes. “We rely very heavily on
                                               these federal funds to supplement
                                                                                                     Mark Your
Tech Prep and Career Placement. “The
career coach program was launched
                                               program resources, including new
                                               program offerings to assist with career
                                                                                                     Calendar!
in 2005 and is just one example of the         awareness in the high schools.”
partnership between area high schools             He adds that the funds are used for                  Annual Career &
and Danville Community College.”               programs such as the development                        Networking Fair
   Federal funds, through Tech Prep            of the Wood Links initiative, which
and Perkins grants, provide more than          prepares high school students to                        (with Averett University)
$250,000 in college resources to assist        enter the DCC program in Advanced                       Tuesday, March 24
with instruction and supplemental              Manufacturing in Wood Products;                         11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
learning activities. Dr. Christopher           the Manufacturing Technician
Ezell, Vice President for Academic and Certification program that prepares                             Danville Community Market
Student Services, says these funds are         students for a variety of advanced
used to meet the needs of students as          manufacturing careers, and to                           Employers desiring to
well as local employers.                       purchase equipment for the new
   Tech Prep offers a secondary/               health sciences programs. The                           participate, contact
postsecondary educational career path          Perkins grant also provides funds                       Christy Yaple, 434.797.8520
that is seamless and has integrated            for entrepreneurship workshops for
                                                                                                                        11


New Employees Join DCC
Cindy Bowman                              Technology – Legal Specialization.           Previously, Easley was employed by
  Cindy Bowman of Ringgold has            She is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s     the Danville Public Schools as a math
been named Testing Coordinator.           degree	at	Averett	University.	             teacher, and as an adjunct instructor at
She will be responsible for giving the      She originally worked part time in       DCC.
COMPASS                                   the DCC Business Office, but most
assessment                                recently, she was employed by the          Lori Bidgood
to all new                                Workforce Career Center. In her new          Lori Bidgood of Danville has been
students,                                 position, Lovelace will assist students    named Graphic Designer. Her duties
handle                                    in completing their Training Plans,        include establishing, maintaining and
the photo                                 manage case files, and help students       enhancing
identification                            develop job search and resumé writing      a unified
program for                               skills.                                    visual identity
students and                                                                         program for
employees,                                Ola Tarpley                                the College.
and assist                                   Ola Tarpley of Axton joins the          Bidgood has
with the dual                             Pathways for Success program as the        more than
enrollment                                Administrative                             20 years of
of high school students taking DCC        and Office                                 graphic design
classes.                                  Assistant                                  experience,
  Bowman is a DCC graduate,               III – Fiscal                               having worked
receiving an Associate of Applied         Technician.                                as a graphic
Science Degree in Administrative          She is                                     designer for several industries, as an
Support Technology – Legal                responsible                                advertising manager and marketing
Specialization. Prior to coming           for processing                             director, and as a freelance graphic
to DCC, she worked at Dimon               accounts                                   designer/portrait artist/muralist for
International, C. M. Offray and Son,      payables                                   10 years. She also has taught business
and Durham Hosiery Mill. She also was     and tracking                               communications classes at DCC.
an office helper with DCC’s Title III     expenditures.                                Bidgood earned her Bachelor of Fine
program.                                  Tarpley, a                                 Arts	Degree	from	the	University	of	
                                          graduate of DCC, has an Associate of       North Carolina – Greensboro, and her
Camille Lovelace                          Applied Science Degree in Business         MBA	from	Averett	University.
   Camille Stone Lovelace of              Management. She previously was
Ringgold returns to DCC as the            employed by Diebold Incorporated
Pathways for Success Case Manager.
Pathways, a
                                          and	BB&T.	She	has	worked	part-time	
                                          in the DCC Business Office. Tarpley is
                                          also a certified aerobics instructor and
                                                                                       Watch
collaborative
effort with
Piedmont
                                          teaches part time at the College.
                                                                                       DCC Today!
Community                                 Walter Easley
College, is a                               Walter Easley of Danville joins              Watch the television show, DCC
$1.8 million                              DCC as an Instructional Assistant,           Today!” every Wednesday at 1
initiative                                providing assistance to students in          p.m., Saturdays at 11 a.m., and
funded by                                 the areas of                                 Sundays at 12:30 p.m., and at other
the Danville                              mathematics,                                 times on WGSR TV Star News (on
Regional                                  applied                                      Comcast Cable 17). This show
Foundation to                             mathematics,                                 is co-hosted by Buddy Rawley,
assist students                           physics, and                                 Director of Development, and Dr.
who receive Trade Act benefits in         other related                                Bethann West James, Coordinator
completing their educational goals. The   subject areas.                               of Alliance For Excellence and
initiative takes Trade Act to the next    He holds                                     Neighborhood Initiatives. Each
level by offered a custom approach to     a Bachelor                                   month information about your
meet individual student’s needs.          of Science                                   community college, its programs
Lovelace is a DCC graduate, having        Degree in
                                                                                       and services are featured. Guests
received an Associate of Applied          Mathematics
                                                                                       include students, faculty, staff and
Science Degree in Marketing in 1996,      and
and an Associate of Applied Science       Mathematical Decision Making from            administrators. Don’t miss it!
Degree in Administrative Support          Averett	University.
  12


                                                        Lena Cole Trains Guide Dogs
        By Hannah Bennett                      comfortable working in the human                 She is majoring in Science and says
       DCC Liberal Arts Major                  world, the three-month-old Lab-                  she plans to pursue a career in Biology,
                                               cross accompanies Cole just about                working with animals, either in
   Lena Cole of Chatham certainly              everywhere she goes – to classes, to             behavioral research or animal training.
turns heads on the Danville                    restaurants and even to grocery stores.          She will receive an Associate in Arts
Community College campus. That’s               It’s not unusual to see her in a DCC             and Sciences Degree and transfer to a
because for the past three years, she          computer lab working on a project                four-year college or university.
has trained future service dogs for                                         with the pup           Cole first came to DCC in the Fall
the blind and                                                                curled up          2007 after moving with her family to
these animals                                                                asleep under       the area from the state of Alaska.
– her constant                                                               her chair.            “I was a senior in high school when
companions -                                                                 Cole says          we moved to Chatham so things were
draw curious                                                                 her history        pretty crazy for a while. We arrived
stares wherever                                                               professor         here in October 2006, which didn’t
she goes.                                                                     even added        give me a lot of time to plan for school.
   Cole cares                                                                 Davy to the       DCC seemed like a good way to start
for these special                                                             roll.             college without having to go through a
puppies for the                                                                   A home        long application process,” she says.
first two years of                                                             school              Attending DCC also allowed Cole to
their lives before                                                             graduate,        begin her education close to home. She
relinquishing                                                                  Cole became      adds that the College’s low tuition was
them to the                                                                    interested in    another factor influencing her to attend
schools where                                                                   raising guide   the community college.
they receive                                                                    dogs after         What’s her opinion of the College
advanced training.                                                              meeting         now?
Right now, she’s                                                                 another           “I think DCC offers a really good
working with                                                                     young          learning environment,” she notes. “The
Davy, her third                                                                  woman in       teachers are great; small class sizes
pooch.                                                                           Alaska who     mean you get a lot of one-on-one time
   Because “guide”                                                               trained        with your instructors. There’s also a
dogs have to be                                                                  service        lot of diversity on campus – I’ve met a
                                                          Lena Cole and Allen animals.          variety of people!”
                                                                                 Cole says         Cole certainly stays busy. She is a
  Karen Logan Receives                         she loved training horses and when               member	of	the	Upsilon	Phi	Chapter	
                                               growing up, she was “always looking              of Phi Theta Kappa, the international
  Silver Key Award                             for ways to convince my parents to               honor society for two-year college
                                               let me work with more animals.” Cole             students. She currently serves as vice
                                               works on a strictly volunteer basis, as          president of the DCC Photography
                                               do all “puppy raisers”. She emphasizes           Club and is also a member of the Better
                                               that training future service dogs gives          Earth	&	Animal	Treatment	Society	
                                               her valuable experience with animals             (BEATS), a campus organization
                                               and allows her to help other people in           promoting animal welfare and
                                               the process.                                     environmental stewardship.
                                                   Last August, Cole’s second guide                “Being involved in the Photography
                                               dog, Allen, returned to a school in              Club has allowed me to learn a lot
                                               Florida for advanced training. Guide             from people with real-life experiences,”
                                               dog programs are highly selective,               she says. “Getting involved in
                                               but if Allen passes the next leg of his          extracurricular activities gives you
 Karen Logan, left, received the Silver Key
                                               training, he’ll be partnered with a              a real sense of community on the
 & Silver Key Certificate from the American    visually-impaired person.                        campus. You get to meet people
 Criminal Justice Association-Lambda Alpha         “It’s hard to say goodbye, but this is       outside the classroom, learn about
 Epsilon. The award is given to students       what you raise the dog for,” she notes.          their interests, and hear new ideas.”
 with high grade point averages. A 2008 DCC    “You hope that he will be able to go on             For more information about DCC’s
 graduate, she is now enrolled at Averett      and help someone else.”                          programs of study, contact Cathy
 University pursuing a bachelor’s degree           Working with animals is more than            Pulliam, Coordinator of Recruitment
 in criminal justice. With her is John Wilt,
                                               just a hobby for Cole.                           and Enrollment Management, at
 Associate Professor of Administration of
 Justice.
                                                    “I’m planning to major in                   434.797.8538, or email
                                               psychology or biology when I transfer            info@dcc.vccs.edu.
                                               to a four-year school,” she explains.
                                                                                                                                                             13


All About Financial Aid…Apply Now!
Many DCC students qualify for               Spring/Summer 09
financial aid. There	are	a	variety	of	      Students who plan to enroll spring or summer term 2009 must apply for the 2008-
sources,	including:                         2009 academic year, and must complete the 2008-2009 application. You should be
                                            prepared to provide income information for the year 2007.
Grants: Funds that do not have to be
  repaid.
Work Study: Job opportunities on            2009-2010 Applications
  campus that help pay for college          Students who plan to enroll fall 09 must apply for the 2009-2010 academic year, and
Scholarships: Funds that do not have        must complete the 2009-2010 application. You should be prepared to provide income
  to be repaid. There may be                information for the year 2008. If you need assistance completing the FAFSA or if
  stipulations for receiving this           you have questions, contact the Educational Opportunity Center at 434.797.8577 or
  aid. You must apply for these             the DCC Financial Aid Office at 434.797.8439. The EOC and the DCC Financial Aid
  funds by mid-March each year.             Offices are located on the first floor of the Wyatt Building.
Loans: Funds available from a variety       The following workshops are scheduled to assist applicants with completing the
  of sources if you qualify and             FAFSA:
  must be repaid.                           	               •	Tuesday,	January	13,	2009:	9-	4	p.m.
                                            	               •	Thursday,	February	12,	2009:	9-	4	p.m.
To be considered for financial aid,         	               •	Tuesday,	March	10,	2009:	9-	4	p.m.
follow these 4 steps!                       	               •	Thursday,	March	26,	2009:	9-	4	p.m.
                                            	               •	Tuesday,	April	14,	2009:	9-	4	p.m.

1.   Complete a FREE APPLICATION
     FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID
(FAFSA) available at most high school
                                            Note: All workshops are scheduled on the hour during the times above. Please call
                                            the Educational Opportunity Center at 434.797.8577 for an appointment or more
guidance offices, DCC Financial Aid         information.
Office, or from the Southern Piedmont
Educational Opportunity Center (EOC)        Federal Pell Grant funds are awarded to all who qualify. Awards of other grants
at DCC.                                     (i.e., Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, College Scholarship
                                            Assistance Program, Part-time Tuition Assistance Program Grant, and

2.     Mail the paper FAFSA to              Commonwealth Awards) depend on availability of funds. The college recommends
       the government. It will              that students apply at least six to eight weeks prior to the beginning of the semester
take approximately four weeks for           for full consideration of all aid sources. Students seeking financial aid for the Fall
processing. If you submit the application   Semester 2009 classes are encouraged to apply by JUNE 1 using the 2009-
electronically (www.fafsa.ed.gov) it        2010 FAFSA application.
will take approximately three weeks to
process. Students are encouraged to
apply on the Web.                               How Much Will it Cost?
                                                Tuition and Fees (effective Spring 2009)
3.      Receive the results in the
        form of a Student Aid Report.
Please note it is not necessary to send
                                                Virginia residents ................................................... $87.15 per credit hour*
                                                Out-of-state residents ......................................... $262.30 per credit hour*+
the Student Aid Report to DCC. DCC’s            E-Rate (in-state residents) ....................................$87.15 per credit hour**
federal school code is 003758. DCC              E-Rate (out-of-state residents) ..........................$178.50 per credit hour**+
will receive the application results
electronically from the Department of
                                                Plus the following fee as appropriate:
Education.
                                                Maintenance Fee ....................................................$1 for 3 or more credits

4.     Remember to apply early.                                                                                            taken on campus
       The Financial Aid staff or EOC
                                                * Includes a $3.50 per credit Information Technology Fee and a $1 per credit Student Activity Fee.
staff can answer questions about the
                                                ** The e-Rate is applicable to designated distance-learning courses delivered entirely over the Internet. This
application process and the various             includes a $3.50 per credit Information Technology Fee.
assistance programs.                            +
                                                    Out of state residents also pay a $3.00 per credit Capital Fee.
                                                Note: Fees are subject to change by the State Board for Community Colleges.
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                                                                                                                     General Information
Admissions & Registration                                                                                                                   College Information
Admissions: If you are a new student, you will need to complete an application for                                                          Counselors: Full-time counselors
admissions. Any student who has not attended DCC since 2004 will need a new                                                                 provide counseling and guidance
application. No application fee is required. We encourage all students to apply early                                                       services to students throughout their
to help their chances of getting the classes they desire.                                                                                   tenure at the College. For assistance,
                                                                                                                                            phone 434.797.8460.
Tuition Payment: All students must pay tuition on the same day they register for
classes unless they have approved financial aid or scholarships to take care of the                                                         Career Development and Placement
tuition payment.                                                                                                                            Center: Our comprehensive career
                                                                                                                                            development services offer guidance in
Online (Web) Registration: Register for classes online at www.dcc.vccs.edu.                                                                 choosing and preparing for a career and
(Note: This is for returning students and/or students with an application on file in                                                        locating employment. For assistance,
the Virginia Community College System). To register online, you must provide an                                                             please call 434.797.8520.
EMPLID number (see below).
                                                                                                                                            Financial Aid: The College has a
Student Identification Number: All students will be assigned an identification                                                              strong financial aid program. It is
number. This is called an EMPLID. For more information about the EMPLID,                                                                    our desire that no qualified student
contact the Admissions Office.                                                                                                              be excluded from furthering his/her
                                                                                                                                            education because of financial need.
Tuition Refund With Official Withdrawal: Students may be eligible for a tuition                                                             For assistance call 434.797.8439.
refund if they drop classes or withdraw from the College. The drop/swap form
or withdrawal form must be processed by the Admissions Office on or before the                                                              Senior Citizens: Citizens 60 years
announced date each semester. For Spring Semester full-term classes, the deadline                                                           of age or older should contact the
is JANUARY 29.                                                                                                                              Admissions Office at 434.797.8467 for
                                                                                                                                            information regarding a waiver of tuition.
Placement Testing: All new students who are seeking a degree, diploma, or
certificate are required to take the COMPASS assessment. Students should contact                                                            Veterans: Students who are eligible for
the Counseling Office at 434.797.8460 to schedule an appointment. A practice test is                                                        Veterans Administration (VA) benefits
available online at http://www.act.org/compass/sample/index.html.                                                                           should contact the Financial Aid Office at
                                                                                                                                            434.797.8439.


       College Calendar – Spring Semester 2009
       REGISTRATION FOR SPRING SEMESTER:............................................................. November 10 – December. 10 and Jan. 6 - 9
       CLASSES BEGIN .......................................................................................................................................................... January 12
       LATE REGISTRATION ...............................................................................................................................January 12 – January 16
       Holiday (College Closed) .............................................................................................................................................. January 19
       *SWAPS/DROPS....................................................................................................................................................... January 20 - 21
                *Swaps cannot be processed without the approval of the instructor
       Last Day to Withdraw With Tuition Refund ...................................................................................................................... January 29
           NOTE: Classes of shorter duration may have different deadlines.
           Contact the Admissions Office at 434.797.8467 for more information.
       SPRING BREAK*............................................................................................................................................................ March 2 - 6
           *Spring Break days, as well as faculty research and planning/preparation days, may be used as make-up days should the
           severity of the winter cause a high number of class cancellations.
       Last Day to Withdraw (W Grade) Without Mitigating Circumstances .................................................................................. March 20
       CLASSES END ....................................................................................................................................................................... May 4
       EXAMS ........................................................................................................................................................................ May 5 – 8, 12
       Faculty Planning & Preparation Days .............................................................................................................................. May 12 - 15
       GRADUATION ....................................................................................................................................................................... May 15
       Summer Session 2009 Registration .......................................................................................................................... April 6 - May 4
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DCC Spring 2009 Class Schedule
On-Campus Classes
These DCC classes are offered at the Main campus, 1008 S. Main St., Danville, VA. For classes at off-campus locations
in Danville, Pittsylvania County and Halifax County, see pages 31-36. For a list of Distance Learning classes, see pages
37-39.

On-Campus Buildings
Carrington      Carrington Child Care Center
EIT             Charles Hawkins EIT Building
HILL            Hill Building
LRC             Lower Level - Clement Learning Resources Center
Taylor          Taylor Building
Temple          Temple Building
Womack          Womack Building
Wyatt           Wyatt Building

    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                    (Dates)            Days Start        End     Cr.   Location               Instructor

Accounting
    67107    ACC 110 01       Introduction to Computerized Accounting (Peachtree) W         2:45    4:25    2     Taylor     103      Larry Heldreth
    67114    ACC 110 50       Introduction to Computerized Accounting (Peachtree) TH        6:30    8:10    2     Taylor     103      Larry Heldreth
    67118    ACC 111 01       Accounting I                                        MW        12:30   1:45    3     Taylor     202         Lester Hall
    67149    ACC 111 02       Accounting I                                        MW        2:00    3:15    3     Taylor     202         Lester Hall
    67153    ACC 111 50       Accounting I                                        M         6:30    9:15    3     Taylor     201         Lester Hall
    67154    ACC 212 01       Principles of Accounting II                         MW        11:00   12:15   3     Taylor     202      Larry Heldreth
    67156    ACC 212 50       Principles of Accounting II                         W         6:30    9:15    3     Taylor     202      Larry Heldreth
   67157    ACC 241 W1 Auditing I                                                                          3                            Lester Hall
             ACC 241-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ehall@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

    67158 ACC 262       50     Principles of Federal Taxation II                  T         6:30    9:15    3     Taylor     204      Larry Heldreth

Administration of Justice
    56781 ADJ 131 01       Legal Evidence I                                       MW        2:00    3:15    3     Temple     108           John Wilt
   56786 ADJ 145 W1 Corrections and the Community                                                          3                              John Wilt
          ADJ 145-W1 is a web-based course. Contact jwilt@dcc.vccs.edu
   56823 ADJ 215 W1 Report Writing                                                                         3                      Christopher Wiles
          ADJ 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact cwiles@dcc.vccs.edu

    56822 ADJ 227 01       Constitutional Law For Justice                         MW        9:30    10:45   3     Temple     108           John Wilt
   56824 ADJ 257 W1 Loss Prevention                                                                        3                              John Wilt
          ADJ 257-W1 is a web-based course. Contact jwilt@dcc.vccs.edu

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
    62336 AIR 111       50     Air Cond & Refrigeration Controls I                T         6:00    9:20    3     Hill       125     Frederick Vicks
    62414 AIR 112       01     Air Cond & Refrigeration Controls II               M         12:00   12:50   3     Hill       125     Frederick Vicks
                                                                                  M         8:00    10:50         Hill       125     Frederick Vicks
    71308 AIR 121       50     Air Conditioning & Refrigeration I                 M         6:00    9:20    3     Hill       117         Roger Farr
    62348 AIR 122       01     Air Conditioning & Refrigeration II                T         2:00    3:50    3     Hill       117        Mark Bryant
                                                                                  T         8:00    9:50          Hill       117        Mark Bryant
    62339 AIR 135       01     Circuits and Controls II                           M         12:00   1:50    3     Hill       125     Frederick Vicks
                                                                                  M         8:00    10:50         Hill       128     Frederick Vicks
    71309 AIR 154       50     Heating Systems I                                  TH        6:00    9:20    3     Hill       125         Roger Farr
    62342 AIR 155       01     Heating Systems II                                 T         12:00   12:50   3     Hill       128     Frederick Vicks
                                                                                  W         8:00    10:50         Hill       125     Frederick Vicks
    62337 AIR 161       50     Heating, Air Cond & Refrigeration Calc I           W         6:00    9:20    3     Hill       125     Frederick Vicks
    62344 AIR 162       01     Heating, Air Cond, Refri Calculation II            T         8:00    10:50   3     Hill       128     Frederick Vicks
    62347 AIR 166       01     Air Conditioning Systems II                        TH        12:00   2:50    3     Hill       128     Frederick Vicks
                                                                                  W         12:00   1:50          Hill       125     Frederick Vicks

     Legend: M-Monday;	T-Tuesday;	W-Wednesday;	TH-Thursday;		F-Friday;	S-Saturday;	SU-Sunday;					-	Distance	Learning	Course
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       Class # Cat #       Sect.   Course Title                    (Dates)             Days Start    End     Cr.   Location                 Instructor


       62320   AIR   182    01     Planning and Estimating II                          F     8:00    11:50   2     Hill       117         Mark Bryant
       62319   AIR   199    01     Supervised Study in Elec.                           TH    8:00    10:50   2     Hill       117      Frederick Vicks
       62335   AIR   213    50     Air Conditioning and Refrig. Control III            W     6:00    9:20    3     Hill       117         Mark Bryant
       62321   AIR   232    01     Circuits and Controls V                             M     8:00    9:50    3     Hill       117         Mark Bryant
                                                                                       M     1:00    3:50          Hill       117         Mark Bryant
       62329 AIR 254        01     Air Conditioning Systems IV                         M     10:00   10:50   3     Hill       117         Mark Bryant
                                                                                       W     1:00    3:50          Hill       117         Mark Bryant
                                                                                       W     10:00   10:50         Hill       117         Mark Bryant
       62331 AIR 272        01     Refrigeration II                                    T     2:00    3:50    5     Hill       117         Mark Bryant
                                                                                       W     12:00   12:50         Hill       117         Mark Bryant
                                                                                       M     12:00   12:50         Hill       117         Mark Bryant
                                                                                       W     8:00    9:50          Hill       117         Mark Bryant
                                                                                       T     8:00    10:50         Hill       117         Mark Bryant

Architecture
       59001 ARC 115        01     Architectural Graphics                              TH    1:00    4:30    2     Wyatt      209      Robert Huffman

Arts
       56825 ART 102        01     History & Apprec. of Art II                         F     11:00   1:30    3     Temple     207    Rebecca Mulwee
       59003 ART 121        50     Drawing I                                           T     6:30    9:30    3     EIT        28A   Rebecca Fitzgerald
       59005 ART 198        50     Seminar Project Air Brush I (1/26-4/6)              M     6:00    9:00    2     EIT        28A       Wilson Farley

American Sign Language
       56830 ASL 102        01     American Sign Language II                           TTH   2:00    3:15    3     Temple     207           Carl Amos

Administrative Support Technology
       67160 AST 101 01         Keyboarding I                                          M     11:00   12:40   2     Taylor     101    Richie Robertson
             Students who register for AST 101-01 must also register AST 103-01.
       67186 AST 101 50         Keyboarding I                                          M     6:30    8:10    2     Taylor     102         Fraun Niblett
             Students who register for AST 101-50 must also register for AST 103-50.
       67191 AST 102 01         Keyboarding II                                         M     9:20    11:00   2     Taylor     101       Frances Carter
             Students who register for AST 102-01 must also register for AST 104-01.
       67194 AST 102 50         Keyboarding II                                         T     6:00    7:40    2     Taylor     101    Richie Robertson
             Students who register for AST 102-50 must also register for AST 104-50.
       67163 AST 103 01         Keyboarding I Laboratory                               W     11:00   12:40   1     Taylor     101    Richie Robertson
       67189 AST 103 50         Keyboarding I Laboratory                               W     6:30    8:10    1     Taylor     102        Fraun Niblett
       67192 AST 104 01         Keyboarding II Laboratory                              W     9:20    11:00   1     Taylor     101      Frances Carter
       67195 AST 104 50         Keyboarding II Laboratory                              T     7:50    9:30    1     Taylor     101    Richie Robertson
       67198 AST 113 01         Keyboarding For Speed and Accuracy                     TTH   10:00   10:50   1     Taylor     101      Frances Carter
       67351 AST 114 90         Keyboarding For Information Processing                 M     9:00    12:30   1     Wyatt      214        Joan Turbyfill
             AST 114-90 begins 1/12/09. Students must also enroll in AST 115-90.
       67352 AST 115 90         Keyboarding Information Processing Lab                 W     9:00    12:30   1     Wyatt      214        Joan Turbyfill
             AST 115-90 begins 1/14/09. Students must also register to AST 114-90.
       67201 AST 117 01         Keyboarding For Computer Usage (1/16-3/27)             F     8:00    9:20    1     Taylor     102    Richie Robertson
       67208 AST 117 02         Keyboarding For Computer Usage (1/16-3/27)             F     9:30    10:50   1     Taylor     102    Richie Robertson
       69591 AST 117 20         Keyboarding For Computer Usage (3/27-4/30)             TH    6:30    7:50    1     Taylor     101                 Staff
       70003 AST 117 COM Keyboarding For Computer Usage (1/12-3/16)                    MW    8:00    9:10    1     Womack     110       Lois Galloway
       67212 AST 201 01         Keyboarding III                                        T     8:00    9:40    2     Taylor     101    Richie Robertson
             Students who register for AST 201-01 must also register for AST 202-01.
       67215 AST 202 01         Keyboarding III Laboratory                             TH    8:00    9:40    1     Taylor     101    Richie Robertson
       67218 AST 205 01         Business Communications                                TTH   12:30   1:45    3     Taylor     101      Frances Carter
       67221 AST 234 01         Records & Database Management                          TTH   2:00    3:15    3     Taylor     101      Frances Carter
       67223 AST 238 01         Microsoft Word                                         M     1:00    2:40    2     Taylor     101      Frances Carter
             Students who register for AST 238-01 must also register for AST 239-01.
       67224 AST 239 01         Microsoft Word Lab                                     W     1:00    2:40    1     Taylor     101      Frances Carter
       69737 AST 243 50         Office Administration I                                TH    6:30    9:15    3     Taylor     204         Betty Foster
       67233 AST 244 01         Office Administration II                               TTH   1:30    2:45    3     Taylor     205    Richie Robertson
       67234 AST 244 02         Office Administration II                               MW    8:00    9:15    3     Taylor     204    Richie Robertson
       69760 AST 245 50         Medical Machine Transcription I                        W     6:30    8:15    3     Taylor     101     Rhonda Dodson
       67238 AST 253 01         Desktop Publishing I                                   M     3:00    4:40    2     Taylor     102      Frances Carter
             Students who register for AST 253-01 must also register for AST 255-01.
       67241 AST 255 01         Desktop Publishing I Laboratory                        W     3:00    4:40    1     Taylor     102       Frances Carter
       67251 AST 265 50         Legal Office Procedures                                T     6:30    9:15    3     Taylor     102        Stacy Allocca
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    Class # Cat #       Sect.   Course Title                  (Dates)         Days Start    End     Cr.   Location               Instructor


Auto Body
    59006 AUB 112        01     Auto Body Theory & Shop Practice II           TTH   8:00    11:00   8     EIT        23     Sammy Shelton
                                                                              MW    9:30    11:00         EIT        23     Sammy Shelton
                                                                              M     11:00   11:50         EIT        18     Sammy Shelton
                                                                              TH    8:00    9:00          EIT        23     Sammy Shelton
                                                                              T     12:00   2:10          EIT        23     Sammy Shelton
                                                                              T     2:10    3:00          EIT        19     Sammy Shelton
    59007 AUB 195        50     Auto Body Refinishing                         T     6:00    9:30    3     EIT        23     Sammy Shelton
    59008 AUB 198        01     Seminar and Project Auto Body                 TH    1:20    3:00    2     EIT        19     Sammy Shelton
    59009 AUB 206        01     Automotive Body Component Service             W     11:00   11:50   2     EIT        18     Sammy Shelton
                                                                              TH    12:00   1:20          EIT        19     Sammy Shelton
                                                                              TH    9:05    11:00         EIT        23     Sammy Shelton

Automotive
    59033 AUT 121        01     Automotive Fuel Systems I                     MW    9:30    10:45   4     EIT        19       William Roche
                                                                              M     1:00    3:30          EIT        24       William Roche
    59035 AUT 178        01     Manual Trans & Drive Trains                   T     8:00    10:50   4     EIT        24       Danny Rakes
                                                                              MW    1:00    2:15          EIT        27       Danny Rakes
    59050 AUT 212        01     Automotive Systems IV                         TH    8:00    10:50   4     EIT        24       Danny Rakes
                                                                              TTH   12:00   1:45          EIT        27       Danny Rakes
    59076 AUT 236        01     Automotive Climate Control                    T     12:00   2:30    4     EIT        24       William Roche
                                                                              TTH   8:00    9:15          EIT        19       William Roche
    59085 AUT 241        01     Auto Electricity I                            MW    11:00   12:15   4     EIT        19       William Roche
                                                                              W     1:00    3:30          EIT        24       William Roche
    59093 AUT 251        01     Automatic Transmissions I                     MW    12:00   12:50   4     EIT        27       Danny Rakes
                                                                              MW    8:00    10:50         EIT        24       Danny Rakes
    59109 AUT 265        01     Automotive Braking Systems                    TTH   9:20    10:20   3     EIT        19       William Roche
                                                                              TH    12:00   2:30          EIT        24       William Roche

Biology
    56832   BIO   100    01     Basic Human Biology                           TTH   9:30    10:45   3     Taylor     203A     Paulette Keen
    56838   BIO   101    01     General Biology I                             TTH   9:30    10:45   4     Temple     203     Rosanne Goble
    56845   BIO   101   01L     General Biology I Lab                         T     12:30   3:00          Temple     209     Susan Mathena
    56839   BIO   101    02     General Biology I                             TTH   3:30    4:45    4     Temple     110     Rosanne Goble
    56840   BIO   101   02L     General Biology I Lab                         TH    8:00    10:30         Temple     209     Susan Mathena
    56841   BIO   101    03     General Biology I                             TTH   3:30    4:45    4     Temple     110     Rosanne Goble
    56842   BIO   101   03L     General Biology I Lab                         TH    11:00   1:30          Temple     209     Susan Mathena
    56843   BIO   101    50     General Biology I                             TH    6:30    9:15    4     Temple     204        Kelly Oakes
    56844   BIO   101   50L     General Biology I Lab                         T     6:30    9:15          Temple     209        Kelly Oakes
    56912   BIO   102    01     General Biology II                            MW    12:30   1:45    4     Temple     110    Mark Sanderford
    56915   BIO   102   01L     General Biology II Lab                        T     8:00    10:30         Temple     209    Mark Sanderford
    56913   BIO   102    02     General Biology II                            MW    12:30   1:45    4     Temple     110    Mark Sanderford
    56914   BIO   102   02L     General Biology II Lab                        W     8:00    10:30         Temple     209    Mark Sanderford
    56927   BIO   102    03     General Biology II                            TTH   12:30   1:45    4     Temple     110    Mark Sanderford
    56928   BIO   102   03L     General Biology II Lab                        W     2:00    4:30          Temple     209    Mark Sanderford
    56925   BIO   102    50     General Biology II                            M     6:30    9:15    4     Temple     204    Mark Sanderford
    56926   BIO   102   50L     General Biology II Lab                        W     6:30    9:15          Temple     209    Mark Sanderford
    56940   BIO   142    01     Human Anat. and Physiology. II                MW    12:30   1:45    4     Temple     1       Rosanne Goble
    56941   BIO   142   01L     Human Anat. and Physiology. II Lab            M     2:00    4:30          Temple     203     Rosanne Goble
    56942   BIO   142    50     Human Anat. and Physiology. II                MW    5:00    6:15    4     Temple     203     Rosanne Goble
    56943   BIO   142   50L     Human Anat. and Physiology. II Lab            M     6:30    9:15          Temple     203     Rosanne Goble
    57050   BIO   231   D01     Human Anatomy and Physiology I (1/12-3/25)    MW    2:15    4:45    4     Temple     110       David Balfour
    57053   BIO   231   D01L    Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab            MW    8:00    10:30         Temple     203       David Balfour
    57051   BIO   231   D02     Human Anatomy and Physiology I (1/12-3/25)    MW    2:15    4:45    4     Temple     110       David Balfour
    57052   BIO   231   D02L    Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab            MW    11:00   1:30          Temple     203       David Balfour
    56976   BIO   232    01     Human Anatomy and Physiology II               TTH   12:30   1:45    4     Temple     109       David Balfour
    56979   BIO   232    01L    Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab           T     2:00    4:30          Temple     203       David Balfour
    56977   BIO   232    50     Human Anatomy and Physiology II               TTH   5:15    6:30    4     Temple     108       David Balfour
    56978   BIO   232    50L    Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab           T     6:30    9:15          Temple     203       David Balfour
    56996   BIO   232   D01     Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3/30-6/10)   MW    2:15    4:45    4     Temple     110       David Balfour
    56997   BIO   232   D01L    Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab           MW    8:00    10:30         Temple     203       David Balfour
    57025   BIO   232   D02     Human Anatomy and Physiology II (3/30-6/10)   MW    2:15    4:45    4     Temple     110       David Balfour
    57026   BIO   232   D02L    Human Anatomy and Physiology II Lab           MW    11:00   1:30          Temple     203       David Balfour
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    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                     (Dates)                Days Start    End     Cr.   Location                 Instructor


Building
    59114 BLD 103       01     Principles of Residential Building Constr. Inspection   MW    8:00    9:15    3     EIT        42          Delbert Pool
    59117 BLD 110       01     Introduction to Construction                            MW    9:30    10:45   3     EIT        42          Delbert Pool
    59118 BLD 132       01     Carpentry Framing II                                    TTH   9:00    10:45   5     EIT        42          Delbert Pool
                                                                                       TTH   11:00   12:50
    59165 BLD 184       01     Interior & Exterior Finishes                            MW    11:00   12:15   3     EIT        42          Delbert Pool

Basic Skills
    69418 BSK 1         01     Basic Whole Numbers (1/13-2/5)                          TTH   9:30    10:45   1     Temple     101     Stephanie Mace
                                                                                       TTH   8:00    9:15          Temple     101    Candace Cooper
    69419 BSK 1         02     Basic Whole Numbers (2/10-3/5)                          TTH   8:00    9:15    1     Temple     101    Candace Cooper
                                                                                       TTH   9:30    10:45         Temple     101     Stephanie Mace
    69420 BSK 1         03     Basic Whole Numbers (3/10-4/02)                         TTH   9:30    10:45   1     Temple     101    Candace Cooper
                                                                                       TTH   8:00    9:15          Temple     101     Stephanie Mace
    69421 BSK 1         04     Basic Whole Numbers (4/07-4/30)                         TTH   8:00    9:15    1     Temple     101     Stephanie Mace
                                                                                       TTH   9:30    10:45         Temple     101    Candace Cooper
    69416 BSK 1 COMA Basic Whole Numbers (1/13 - 3/5)                                  TTH   9:30    10:45   2     Temple     101     Stephanie Mace
                                                                                       TTH   8:00    9:15          Temple     101   James Sutherland
          For students in the BSK Learning Community.
    69417 BSK 1 COMB Basic Whole Numbers (1/13 - 3/5)                                  TTH   8:00    9:15    2     Temple     101     Stephanie Mace
                                                                                       TTH   9:30    10:45         Temple     101   James Sutherland
            For students in the BSK Learning Community.
    69445   BSK 2       01      Fractions (1/13-2/05)                                  TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69446   BSK 2       02      Fractions (2/10-3/05)                                  TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69447   BSK 2       03      Fractions (3/10-4/02)                                  TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69448   BSK 2       04      Fractions (4/7-4/30)                                   TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69453   BSK 3       01      Decimals (1/13-2/5)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Paula Smith
    69454   BSK 3       02      Decimals (2/10-3/5)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Paula Smith
    69456   BSK 3       03      Decimals (3/10-4/2)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Paula Smith
    69457   BSK 3       04      Decimals (4/7-4/30)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Paula Smith
    69477   BSK 4       01      Percents (1/31-2/5)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Mary Motley
    69478   BSK 4       02      Percents (2/10-3/5)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Mary Motley
    69479   BSK 4       03      Percents (3/10-4/2)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Mary Motley
    69480   BSK 4       04      Percents (4/7-4/30)                                    TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122         Mary Motley
    69485   BSK 5       01      Geometry, Measurements & Appl. (4/7-4/30)              TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122       Molly Mauldin
    69486   BSK 5       02      Geometry, Measurements & Appl. (2/10-3/5)              TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122       Molly Mauldin
    69487   BSK 5       03      Geometry, Measurements & Appl. (3/10-4/2)              TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122       Molly Mauldin
    69488   BSK 5       04      Geometry, Measurements & Appl. (4/7-4/30)              TTH   8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122       Molly Mauldin
    69493   BSK 6       01      Real Numbers (1/12-2/4)                                MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     101      Christy Hatcher
    69494   BSK 6       02      Real Numbers(2/9-3/4)                                  MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     101      Christy Hatcher
    69495   BSK 6       03      Real Numbers (3/9-4/1)                                 MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     101      Christy Hatcher
    69496   BSK 6       04      Real Numbers (4/6-4/29)                                MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     101      Christy Hatcher
    69517   BSK 7       01      Basic Algebra Concepts (1/12-2/4)                      MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69518   BSK 7       02      Basic Algebra Concepts (2/9-3/4)                       MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69519   BSK 7       03      Basic Algebra Concepts (3/9-4/1)                       MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69520   BSK 7       04      Basic Algebra Concepts (4/6-4/29)                      MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     201             Gail Neal
    69522   BSK 8       01      Factoring Poly. & Solv. Quad. Equa. (1/12-2/4)         MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122     Stephanie Mace
    69523   BSK 8       02      Factoring Poly. & Solv. Quad. Equa. (2/9-3/4)          MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122     Stephanie Mace
    69524   BSK 8       03      Factoring Poly. & Solv. Quad. Equa. (3/9-4/1)          MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122     Stephanie Mace
    69525   BSK 8       04      Factoring Poly. & Solv. Quad. Equa. (4/6-4/29)         MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122     Stephanie Mace
    69548   BSK 9       01      Graph. & Solv. Sys. of Equa. & Inequ. (1/12-2/4)       MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122   James Sutherland
    69549   BSK 9       02      Graph. & Solv. Sys. of Equa. & Inequ. (2/9-3/4)        MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122   James Sutherland
    69550   BSK 9       03      Graph. & Solv. Sys. of Equa. & Inequ. (3/9-4/1)        MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122   James Sutherland
    69551   BSK 9       04      Graph. & Solv. Sys. of Equa. & Inequ. (4/6-4/29)       MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122   James Sutherland
    69554   BSK 10 01           Rational Exp. & Radicals and Roots (1/12-2/4)          MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122          Gail Stilwell
    69555   BSK 10 02           Rational Expressions & Radicals and Roots (2/9-3/4)    MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122          Gail Stilwell
    69556   BSK 10 03           Rational Expressions & Radicals and Roots (3/9-4/1)    MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122          Gail Stilwell
    69557   BSK 10 04           Rational Expressions & Radicals and Roots (4/6-4/29)   MW    8:00    10:45   1     Temple     122          Gail Stilwell
    69794   BSK 41 01           Language Arts, Level 1 (1/12-3/4)                      MW    12:30   1:20    2     Temple     201        Laura Powell
                                                                                       MW    1:30    2:20          Temple     201     Jennifer Colbert
    69802 BSK 93        01     Writing & Reading I (1/13-3/5)                          TTH   1:30    2:20    2     Temple     201     Jennifer Colbert
                                                                                       TTH   12:30   1:20          Temple     201       Millie Dunston


       Legend: M-Monday;	T-Tuesday;	W-Wednesday;	TH-Thursday;		F-Friday;	S-Saturday;	SU-Sunday;					-	Distance	Learning	Course
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    Class # Cat #     Sect.   Course Title                   (Dates)               Days Start     End     Cr.   Location                    Instructor


    69810 BSK 93 02       Writing & Reading I (1/12-3/4)                           MW     3:00    3:50     2    Temple     201           Elizabeth Hall
          Combines ENG 1 and ENG 4                                                 MW     4:00    4:50          Temple     201           Millie Dunston
    69805 BSK 93 01B Writing & Reading I (3/10-4/30)                               TTH    12:30   1:20     2    Temple     201           Millie Dunston
          Combines ENG 1 and ENG 4                                                 TTH    1:30    2:20          Temple     201         Jennifer Colbert
    69816 BSK 95 01       Writing & Reading II (1/13-3/5)                          TTH    12:30   1:45     3    Temple     206        Katherine Stoyer
          Combines ENG 3 and ENG 5
    69817 BSK 95 01B Writing & Reading II (3/10-4/30)                              TTH    12:30 1:45       3    Temple     206        Rosalind Morton
                                                                                   TTH    2:00 3:15             Temple     206        Katherine Stoyer
            Combines ENG 3 and ENG 5

Business Management and Administration
    67508   BUS 100 01       Introduction To Business                             TTH 12:00       1:15     3    Taylor     205         Vincent Decker
    69617   BUS 100 20       Introduction To Business (3/12-4/30)                 TTH 2:00        4:45     3    Taylor     204                   Staff
    67656   BUS 100 50       Introduction To Business                             TH     6:30     9:15     3    Taylor     201         Vincent Decker
    67661   BUS 111 01       Principles of Supervision                            TTH 9:30        10:45    3    Taylor     205         Vincent Decker
    67662   BUS 111 50       Principles of Supervision                            T      6:30     9:15     3    Taylor     205         Vincent Decker
    67665   BUS 121 01       Business Mathematics I                               TTH 9:30        10:45    3    Taylor     201      David Bonebright
    67674   BUS 121 02       Business Mathematics I                               MW 12:30        1:45     3    Taylor     204      David Bonebright
    69632   BUS 121 20       Business Mathematics I (3/16-5/4)                    MW 2:00         4:45     3    Taylor     204                   Staff
    67678   BUS 121 50       Business Mathematics I                               T      6:30     9:15     3    Taylor     202     Harry Kolendrianos
    67687   BUS 122 01       Business Mathematics II                              MW 11:00        12:15    3    Taylor     204     Harry Kolendrianos
    67695   BUS 147 01       Intro To Business Information Systems                TTH 9:20        11:00    3    Taylor     102            Charlie Ads
   67699   BUS 147 W1 Intro To Business Information Systems                                               3                               Lester Hall
            BUS 147-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ehall@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.
    67704   BUS 205 01       Human Resource Management                            TTH 12:30       1:45     3    Taylor     201     Harry Kolendrianos
    67708   BUS 209 01       Continuous Quality Improvement                       MW 8:00         9:15     3    Taylor     205               M Martin
    67711   BUS 227 01       Quantitative Methods                                 TTH 9:30        10:45    3    Taylor     204               M Martin
    67714   BUS 236 01       Comm in Management                                   MW 11:00        12:15    3    Taylor     205         Linda Wilborne
   67721   BUS 255 W1 Inventory & Warehouse Mgmt.                                                         3                        David Bonebright
            BUS 255-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dbonebright@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.
    67724   BUS 298 01       Seminar and Project (1/16-4/17)                      F      8:00     10:50    3    Taylor     205                M Martin

Childhood Development
    57060 CHD 118       50    Language Arts for Young Children                     TTH    4:00    5:15     3    Child Care107          Martha Tucker
    57065 CHD 145       01    Methods: Teaching Art, Music, Move/Kids              TTH    9:30    10:45    3    Child Care107          Martha Tucker
    57067 CHD 165       50    Obser. & Parti. in Early Ch/Primary Settings         MW     2:30    5:30     3    Child Care107             Traci Daniel
                                                                                   M      4:00    4:50          Child Care107             Traci Daniel
    57068 CHD 205       01    Guiding Behavior of Children                         MW     9:30    10:45    3    Child Care107          Martha Tucker
    57069 CHD 265       50    Adv. Obser. and Part, in Early Ch/Primary Settings   TTH    2:30    5:30     3    Child Care107             Traci Daniel
                                                                                   M      4:00    4:50          Child Care107             Traci Daniel
   57070 CHD 270 W1 Administration of Childcare Programs                                                  3                           Dianna Forrest
          CHD 270-W1 is a web-based course. For information contact dforrest@dcc.vccs.edu

Chemistry
    57073   CHM 102 01            General Chemistry II                             MW 11:00 12:15 4             Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    57074   CHM 102 01L General Chemistry II Lab                                   M      8:00 10:30            Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    57077   CHM 112 01            College Chemistry II                             MW 12:30 1:45          4     Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    57080   CHM 112 50            College Chemistry II                             T      6:30 9:15       4     Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    58644   CHM 112 60            College Chemistry II                             MW 12:30 1:45          4     Taylor     208                Paul Fox
            CHM 112-60 is an integrated course and is open to non-Honors and Honors students. Students must come to Arts & Sciences Division Office to
            register for this section.
    57078   CHM 112 01L College Chemistry II Lab                                   W      8:00 10:30            Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    57081   CHM 112 50L College Chemistry II Lab                                   TH     6:30 9:15             Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    58643   CHM 112 60L College Chemistry II Lab                                   W      8:00 10:30            Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    57083   CHM 242 X1 Organic Chemistry II                                        TTH 9:30 10:45 3             Taylor     208                Paul Fox
    57085   CHM 244 X1 Special Organic Chemistry Laboratory II                     T      12:30 3:00      1     Taylor     208                Paul Fox

Civil Engineering Technology
    59126 CIV 170       01    Principles of Surveying                              M      12:30 1:45       3    Wyatt      204        Robert Huffman
                                                                                   W      2:00 3:15             Wyatt      204        Robert Huffman


 Note: Additional classes offered off campus, see pages 31-36. Check out the listing of Distance Learning classes on
 pages 37-39. For the most complete and up-to-date class schedule listings, visit www.dcc.vccs.edu.
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    Class # Cat #       Sect.   Course Title                     (Dates)            Days Start      End     Cr.    Location                   Instructor


Decorating
    66791 DEC 100        90     Intro. to Interior Decorating                       M       6:30    9:15     3     Wyatt      204           Marcia Cook

Drafting
    59131 DRF 115        01     Drafting II                                         MW      9:30    10:45    4     Wyatt      204        Robert Huffman
                                                                                    MW      11:00   12:10          Wyatt      204        Robert Huffman
                                                                                    MW      8:00    9:15           Wyatt      204        Robert Huffman
    59160   DRF 160      01     Machine Blueprint Reading                           MW      9:30    10:45    3     EIT        38            Doug Poole
    59161   DRF 160      50     Machine Blueprint Reading                           W       6:00    9:30     3     EIT        37            Kevin Poole
    59166   DRF 195      01     AutoCad                                             TH      1:00    4:30     3     Wyatt      209         James Adkins
    59177   DRF 200      01     Survey of Computer Aided Drafting                   T       1:30    5:00     3     Wyatt      209         James Adkins
    59179   DRF 210      01     Adv Tech Draft                                      MW      1:00    1:50     4     Wyatt      209         James Adkins
                                                                                    MW      9:30    12:30          Wyatt      209         James Adkins

Economics
    67729   ECO 100      01     Elementary Economics                                TTH     2:00    3:15     3     Taylor     201         Linda Wilborne
    67749   ECO 100      02     Elementary Economics                                MW      12:30   1:45     3     Taylor     201         Linda Wilborne
    67765   ECO 120      01     Survey of Economics                                 MW      9:30    10:45    3     Taylor     202     Harry Kolendrianos
    67767   ECO 202      01     Principles of Economics II                          MW      9:30    10:45    3     Taylor     205               M Martin
    67769   ECO 202      02     Principles of Economics II                          TTH     9:30    10:45    3     Taylor     202     Harry Kolendrianos

Education
    57142 EDU 200 01           Intro. To Teaching As A Profession                 F       8:00 10:30 3             Temple 205                David Foster
   57143 EDU 235 W1 Health, Safety, and Nutrition Education                                                3                              Dianna Forrest
          EDU 235-W1 is a web-based course. An orientation will be held on 1/15/09 from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. in the Carrington Child Care Center.
          For info, contact dforrest@dcc.vccs.edu.

Engineering
    57264 EGR 126        50     Computer Programming for Engineers                  TTH     4:00    5:15     3     Taylor     206          C.Terzopoulos

Electrical Technology
    67362   ELE   113    01     Electricity I                                       MWF     11:00   11:50    3     Hill       110            Kevin Davis
    67376   ELE   114    01     Electricity II                                      MWF     8:00    8:50     3     Wyatt      203            Kevin Davis
    67377   ELE   114    50     Electricity II                                      T       6:30    9:15     3     Hill       110            Kevin Davis
    67378   ELE   123    01     Electrical Applications I                           T       1:00    3:50     2     Hill       129            Kevin Davis
    67383   ELE   124    01     Electrical Applications II                          W       12:00   12:50    2     Hill       110            Kevin Davis
                                                                                    T       9:00    10:50          Hill       110            Kevin Davis
    67384 ELE 124        50     Electrical Applications II                          W       6:30    9:15     2     Hill       110           Teresa Toler
    67387 ELE 132        50     National Electric Code II                           TH      6:30    9:15     3     Hill       110          Robert Clifton
    67400 ELE 152        01     Electrical-Electronic Calculation I                 T       12:00   12:50    4     Hill       129          Joseph Nixon
                                                                                    MWF     10:00   10:50          Hill       110          Joseph Nixon
    67390 ELE 153        01     Electrical-Electronic Calculation II                T       8:00    8:50     4     Wyatt      203          Joseph Nixon
                                                                                    MWF     9:00    9:50           Wyatt      203          Joseph Nixon
    67402   ELE   190    01     Coordinated Internship                                                       2                               Kevin Davis
    67464   ELE   199    50     Supervised Study In: E/E Calculations               TH      6:30    9:15     3     Hill       129        George Turnbull
    67469   ELE   201    01     Applications & Instruments I                        T       12:00   2:50     1     Hill       110        George Turnbull
    67472   ELE   239    01     Programmable Controllers                            F       11:00   11:50    3     Wyatt      203          Joseph Nixon
                                                                                    M       11:00   11:50          Wyatt      203          Joseph Nixon
                                                                                    W       1:00    3:50           Hill       110          Joseph Nixon

Emergency Medical Services
    66789 EMS 113        90     Emergency Medical Technician-Basic II               W       6:30    9:15     3     Wyatt      202           Brian Wilson

English
    69686   ENG     1     1     Preparing For College Writing I                     TTH     8:00    9:15     3     Taylor     203B      Katherine Stoyer
    69687   ENG     1    50     Preparing For College Writing I                     T       6:30    9:15     3     Temple     101        Attila Gokbudak
    69691   ENG     3     1     Preparing For College Writing II                    TTH     2:00    3:15     3     Temple     101          Elizabeth Hall
    69692   ENG     3     2     Preparing For College Writing II                    MW      12:30   1:45     3     Temple     206          Elizabeth Hall
    69693   ENG     3    03     Preparing For College Writing II                    TTH     12:30   1:45     3     Temple     101          Elizabeth Hall
    69694   ENG     3    50     Preparing For College Writing II                    TH      6:30    9:15     3     Temple     101                   Staff
    69695   ENG     3    51     Preparing For College Writing II                    T       6:30    9:15     3     Temple     101                   Staff
    69876   ENG     3    80     Preparing For College Writing II (1/17-5/9)         S       9:00    11:45    3     Wyatt      203        Attila Gokbudak
    69700   ENG     4     1     Reading Improvement I                               TTH     9:30    10:45    3     Wyatt      203           Laura Powell
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    Class # Cat #       Sect.   Course Title                 (Dates)                Days Start     End     Cr.    Location                    Instructor

    69701   ENG     5    01     Reading Improvement II                              MW     8:00    9:15     3     Temple     206     Florence Coleman
    69702   ENG     5    02     Reading Improvement II                              MW     9:30    10:45    3     Temple     206     Florence Coleman
    69703   ENG     5    50     Reading Improvement II                              W      6:30    9:15     3     Temple     101        Attila Gokbudak
    69704   ENG     5    51     Reading Improvement II                              M      6:30    9:15     3     Womack     110                     Staff
    69708   ENG     8   DV87    Writing and Reading Improvement II                  TTH    10:30   11:45    6     Temple     1              Patricia Arnn
                                                                                    MW     10:30   11:45          Temple     1            Elizabeth Hall
    69709 ENG 8         DV88 Writing and Reading Improvement II                     TTH    8:00    9:15     6     Temple     109            Patricia Arnn
                                                                                    MW     8:00    9:15           Temple     109          Elizabeth Hall
    57168   ENG 111 01            College Composition I                             TTH    9:30    10:45   3      Temple     108      Carmen Eichman
    57169   ENG 111 02            College Composition I                             MW     11:00   12:15   3      Temple     108       Lawrence Griffith
    57170   ENG 111 03            College Composition I                             MW     12:30   1:45    3      Temple     108       Lawrence Griffith
    57171   ENG 111 04            College Composition I                             MW     2:00    3:15    3      LRC        4       Janina Shoemaker
    57172   ENG 111 05            College Composition I                             MW     3:30    4:45    3      Temple     108       Lawrence Griffith
    57173   ENG 111 50            College Composition I                             M      6:30    9:15    3      Temple     108              Vera Glass
    57178   ENG 111 80            College Composition I (3/11-5/4)                  MW     3:30    5:55    3      LRC        4       Janina Shoemaker
   57175   ENG 111 W1 College Composition I                                                               3                                  Sherry Gott
            ENG 111-W1 is a web-based course. Contact sgott@dcc.vccs.edu
   57176   ENG 111 W2 College Composition I                                                               3                      K. VonKarowsky-Nelson
            ENG 111-W2 is a web-based course. Contact kvonkar-nelson@dcc.vccs.edu
    57182   ENG 112 01            College Composition II                           TTH 8:00 9:15           3    Temple 108 K. VonKarowsky-Nelson
    57183   ENG 112 02            College Composition II                           F       8:00 10:30 3         Temple 108 K. VonKarowsky-Nelson
    57184   ENG 112 03            College Composition II                           TTH 9:30 10:45 3             Temple 109                  W Harrison
    57185   ENG 112 04            College Composition II                           MW 11:00 12:15 3             Temple 110             Carmen Eichman
    57186   ENG 112 05            College Composition II                           MW 11:00 12:15 3             Temple 110             Carmen Eichman
    57188   ENG 112 06            College Composition II                           TTH 2:00 3:15           3    Temple 109             Lawrence Griffith
    57189   ENG 112 07            College Composition II                           TTH 3:30 4:45           3    Temple 108             Carmen Eichman
    57190   ENG 112 50            College Composition II                           W       6:30 9:15       3    Temple 108               Bernard Leigg
    57187   ENG 112 60            College Composition II                           MW 11:00 12:15 3             Temple 110             Carmen Eichman
            ENG 112-60 is an integrated course and is open to non-Honors and Honors students. Students must come to the Arts & Sciences Division Office
            to register for this section.
   57193   ENG 112 W1 College Composition II                                                              3                            Theodore Maier
            ENG 112-W1 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
   57194   ENG 112 W2 College Composition II                                                              3                        Jacqueline Whitfield
            ENG 112-W2 is a web-based course. Contact jwhitfield@dcc.vccs.edu
   62310   ENG 112 W3 College Composition II                                                              3                            Theodore Maier
            ENG 112-W3 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
    57196   ENG 115 01            Technical Writing                                MW 8:00 9:15            3    LRC         4               Sherry Gott
    57198   ENG 115 02            Technical Writing                                TTH 12:30 1:45          3    Temple 204                Susan Harlow
    57200   ENG 131 01            Technical Report Writing I                       MW 2:00 3:15            3    Temple 204                Susan Harlow
    57201   ENG 131 02            Technical Report Writing I                       TTH 12:30 1:45          3    Temple 108                  Sherry Gott
    57202   ENG 134 01            Grammar For Writing and Speaking                 MW 12:30 1:45           3    Taylor      203B           Marie Harris
    57203   ENG 135 01            Applied Grammar                                  MW 2:00 3:15            3    Taylor      203B           Marie Harris
    57410   ENG 150 01            Children’s Literature                            TTH 8:00 9:15           3    Temple 205                  Sherry Gott
    57258   ENG 211 01            Creative Writing I                               TTH 12:30 1:45          3    Temple 1               Carmen Eichman
   57227   ENG 241 W1 Survey of American Literature I                                                     3                            Theodore Maier
            ENG 241-W1 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
    57250   ENG 242 01            Survey of American Literature II                 F       11:00 1:30      3    Temple 108 K. VonKarowsky-Nelson
   57252   ENG 242 W1 Survey of American Literature II                                                    3                                Sherry Gott
            ENG 242-W1 is a web-based course. Contact sgott@dcc.vccs.edu
   57253   ENG 242 W2 Survey of American Literature II                                                    3                            Theodore Maier
            ENG 242-W2 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
   57255   ENG 243 W1 Survey of English Literature I                                                      3                                Sherry Gott
            ENG 243-W1 is a web-based course. Contact sgott@dcc.vccs.edu
    57256   ENG 244 01            Survey of English Literature II                  TTH 12:30 1:45          3    LRC         15          Helen Meadors
    57261   ENG 274 01            Women in Literature II                           MW 12:30 1:45           3    Temple 109             Carmen Eichman
            ENG 273 is NOT a prerequisite for ENG 274.
    57262   ENG 274 60            Women in Literature II                           MW 12:30 1:45           3    Temple 109             Carmen Eichman
            ENG 274-60 is an integrated course and is open to non-Honors and Honors students. Students must come to Arts & Sciences Division Office to
            register for this section.

Electronics Technology
    67492   ETR 115      01     D.C. and A.C. Fundamentals                          TTH    12:30   1:45     3     Hill       105         James Phillips
    67474   ETR 141      01     Electronics I                                       MWF    10:00   10:50    3     Wyatt      203        George Turnbull
    67494   ETR 149      01     Personal Computer Repair                            TTH    2:00    3:15     3     Hill       105         James Phillips
    67496   ETR 149      50     Personal Computer Repair                            T      6:30    9:15     3     Hill       105           Teresa Toler
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    Class # Cat #     Sect.   Course Title                     (Dates)            Days Start      End     Cr.   Location                   Instructor


    67475   ETR 151    01     Electronic Circuits & Troubleshooting I             M       12:00   1:50    2     Hill       105        James Phillips
    69807   ETR 195    50      Funds. Fanuc Robotics & PLC’s                      W       5:30    8:15    3     Hill       105                  Staff
    67490   ETR 195    51      Intro to PLC’s                                     M       6:30    9:15    3     Hill       105         Joseph Nixon
    67476   ETR 206    01     Logic Circuits and Systems I                        M       12:00   12:50   2     Hill       110         Joseph Nixon
                                                                                  TH      8:00    10:50         Hill       110         Joseph Nixon
    67477 ETR 212      01     Electronic Diagnostics II                           W       1:00    3:50    4     Hill       105        James Phillips
                                                                                  MW      10:00   10:50         Hill       105        James Phillips
                                                                                  T       8:00    10:50         Hill       105        James Phillips
    67480 ETR 242      01     Electronic Communications II                        MW      8:30    9:45    4     Hill       105        James Phillips
                                                                                  F       8:00    10:50         Hill       105        James Phillips
    67483 ETR 243      01     Communications                                      TTH     12:30   1:45    4     EIT        16          John Heinrich
                                                                                  W       8:00    10:50         EIT        16          John Heinrich
    67485 ETR 247      01     Display Systems                                     W       12:00   12:50   3     Hill       129       George Turnbull
                                                                                  M       1:00    3:50          Hill       129       George Turnbull
                                                                                  F       12:00   12:50         Hill       129       George Turnbull
    67487 ETR 295      01     Electric Power Utilities                            M       1:00    3:50    2     Hill       110           Kevin Davis

Financial Services
   67946 FIN 215 W1 Financial Management                                                                 3                            Larry Heldreth
          FIN 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact lheldreth@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

Geography
   57268 GEO 210 W1 People & Land: Intro Cultural Geography                                              3                              David Harris
          GEO 210-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dharris@dcc.vccs.edu

   57269 GEO 220 W1 World Regional Geography                                                             3                              David Harris
          GEO 220-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dharris@dcc.vccs.edu

Geology
    57271 GOL 106 01            Historical Geology                               TTH 11:00 12:15 4            Taylor      209            Joel Gregory
    57272 GOL 106 01L Historical Geology Lab                                     TH      12:30 3:00           Taylor      209            Joel Gregory
    57273 GOL 106 60            Historical Geology                               TTH 11:00 12:15 4            Taylor      209            Joel Gregory
          GOL 106-60 is an integrated course and is open to non-Honors and Honors students. Students must come to Arts & Sciences Division Office to
          register for this section.
    57274 GOL 106 60L Historical Geology Lab                                     TH      12:30 3:00           Taylor      209            Joel Gregory

Graphic Imaging Technology
    66350 PNT 132      01     Lithography II                                      T       8:00 10:50      4     EIT        28A          Michael Giles
    67444 PNT 141      01     Printing Applications I                             W       12:30 3:00      3     EIT        26           Sheila Wright
                                                                                  M       12:30 3:00            EIT        26           Sheila Wright
    66352 PNT 142 01       Printing Applications II                                                       3
   66357 PNT 211 W1 Composition Technology I                                  T       12:00 2:50         3     EIT        26           Sheila Wright
          PNT 211-W1 is a web-based course. Contact swright@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

    66359 PNT 221 01       Layout and Design I                                 MW 8:30            10:50   3     EIT        26           Sheila Wright
   66360 PNT 231 W1 Lithographic Chemistry I                                                             2                             Sheila Wright
          PNT 231-W1 is a web-based course. Contact swright@dcc.vccs.edu. to begin class.

    66364 PNT 245      01     Production Planning and Estimating                  M       9:30    10:45   4     EIT        28A          Michael Giles
                                                                                  T       12:30   3:00          EIT        28A          Michael Giles
                                                                                  M       11:00   12:15         EIT        28A          Michael Giles
    66366 PNT 252      01     Offset Press Operations II                          TH      2:00    4:45    4     EIT        28A          Michael Giles
                                                                                  MW      11:00   12:15         EIT        28A          Michael Giles
   66369 PNT 298 W1 Seminar and Project Adv Seminar                                                      2                             Sheila Wright
          PNT 298-W1 is a web-based course. Contact swright@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

History
    57290 HIS 101      01     History of Western Civilization I                   TTH     8:00    9:15    3     Temple     204        Ana Ruiz-Fodor
    57294 HIS 102      01     History of Western Civilization II                  MW      8:00    9:15    3     Temple     204        Ana Ruiz-Fodor
    57306 HIS 102      50     History of Western Civilization II                  W       6:30    9:15    3     Temple     1               Darryl Dix



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    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                   (Dates)                 Days Start      End     Cr.    Location                    Instructor


   57295 HIS 102 H1 History of Western Civilization II                                TH       9:30 10:45 3           Temple 204             Ana Ruiz-Fodor
          HIS 102-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
   57308 HIS 102 W1 History of Western Civilization II                                                         3                               Mark Wallace
          HIS 102-W1 is a web-based course. Contact mwallace@dcc.vccs.edu
    57325 HIS 112 01         History of World Civilizations II                         MW 11:00 12:15 3                Temple 204               Mark Wallace
    57327 HIS 121 01         United States History I                                   MW 12:30 1:45            3      Temple 204             Ana Ruiz-Fodor
    57328 HIS 121 50         United States History I                                   MW 5:00 6:15             3      Temple 204          Richard Schledorn
    57333 HIS 122 01         United States History II                                  MW 9:30 10:45 3                 Temple 204               Mark Wallace
    57335 HIS 122 02         United States History II                                  MW 3:30 4:45             3      Temple 204          Richard Schledorn
   57334 HIS 122 H1 United States History II                                          T        9:30 10:45 3           Temple 204               Mark Wallace
          HIS 122-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
   57337 HIS 122 W1 United States History II                                                                   3                               Mark Wallace
          HIS 122-W1 is a web-based course. Contact mwallace@dcc.vccs.edu

Health Information Technology
    67948 HIT 105       50     Current Procedural Terminology                         M       6:30    8:30     2     Taylor     203A         Brenda Garrett
    67950 HIT 143       50     Elec. Billing Medical Office                           W       6:30    9:15     3     Taylor     103          Brenda Garrett

Health
    57341   HLT 100 01         First Aid & Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation           MW 2:00 3:15              3      Womack 108             Clarence Owen
    57342   HLT 100 50         First Aid & Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation           T        6:30 9:15        3      Womack 108             Clarence Owen
    57343   HLT 100 51         First Aid & Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation           TH       6:30 9:15        3      Womack 108           Kenneth Meadors
    57381   HLT 116 01         Personal Wellness                                   MW 3:30 4:45              3      Womack 108             Clarence Owen
   58357   HLT 116 V1 Personal Wellness (1/12-3/09)                                                         3                                 Joseph Carr
            HLT 116-V1 is a video-based course.
   57383   HLT 116 V2 Personal Wellness (3/16-5/4)                                                          3                                 Joseph Carr
            HLT 116-V2 is a video-based course.
   57388   HLT 116 W1 Personal Wellness                                                                     3                                  Lynn Dillon
            HLT 116-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ldillon@dcc.vccs.edu
    72968   HLT 116     80     Personal Wellness (3/11-5/04)                       MW 3:30 5:55              3      Temple 109                        Staff
    57346   HLT 130 01         Nutrition and Diet Therapy                          TH       9:00 10:40 2            Womack 108                Tamra Riddle
    57349   HLT 141 01         Terminology                                         TH       11:00 12:40 2           Womack 108                Tamra Riddle
   62997   HLT 141 W1 Terminology                                                                           1                              Bonnie Cooley
            HLT 141-W1 is a web-based course. Contact bcooley@dcc.vccs.edu
    66795   HLT 143 90         Medical Terminology I                               W        9:00 11:50 3            Wyatt     113           Sherri Giannini
    66802   HLT 144 90         Medical Terminology II                              M        9:00 11:50 3            Wyatt     113           Sherri Giannini
    66803   HLT 144 91         Medical Terminology II                              M        12:00 2:50       3      Wyatt     113           Sherri Giannini
    66976   HLT 144 92         Medical Terminology II                              W        6:00 8:15        3      Wyatt     113                Anne Carr
   57392   HLT 200 W1 Human Sexuality                                                                       3                                  Lynn Dillon
            HLT 200-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ldillon@dcc.vccs.edu
   57350   HLT 204 W1 Women’s Health                                                                        3                              Luci Satterfield
            HLT 204-W1 is a web-based course. Contact lsatterfield@dcc.vccs.edu
   57393   HLT 215 W1 Personal Stress and Stress Management                                                 3                                  Lynn Dillon
            HLT 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ldillon@dcc.vccs.edu
    57377   HLT 230 01         Prin. of Nutrition & Human Development              W        9:00 11:30 3            Womack 108                Tamra Riddle
    58186   HLT 230 02         Prin. of Nutrition & Human Development              TTH 3:30 4:45             3      Temple 204               Sharon Diggs
    67344   HLT 250 90         General Pharmacology                                W        5:30 8:30        3      Wyatt     203           Chris Cassada
    67337   HLT 261 90         Basic Pharmacy I                                    T        6:00 9:00        3      Wyatt     113              Robert Agee
            HLT 261-90 begins 1/13. Students must also enroll in HLT 263-90. For more information, please contact the Apprenticeship Office at
            434.797.8517.
    67338   HLT 263 90         Basic Pharmacy Lab I                                TH       6:30 9:15        1      Wyatt     214              Robert Agee
            HLT 263-90 begins 1/15. Students must also enroll in HLT 261-90. For more information, please contact the Apprenticeship Office at
            434.797.8517.
    67346   HLT 290 01         Pharmacy Tech Lab/Clinical                          T        9:00 11:00 4            Wyatt     113              Robert Agee

Humanities
    57458   HUM 165     01     Controversial Issues                                   F       8:00    10:30    3     LRC        15            Barry Koplen
    57459   HUM 165     02     Controversial Issues                                   F       11:00   1:30     3     LRC        15            Barry Koplen
    57460   HUM 165     03     Controversial Issues                                   MW      9:30    10:45    3     Taylor     203B          Joel Gregory
    57463   HUM 165     04     Controversial Issues                                   TTH     2:00    3:15     3     Taylor     203B         Susan Harlow
    57464   HUM 165     05     Controversial Issues                                   TTH     2:00    3:15     3     Temple     1           Donald Bowden


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    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                    (Dates)                Days Start      End      Cr.    Location                     Instructor


    57465   HUM 165 06       Controversial Issues                                       TTH 3:30 4:45            3     Taylor     203B           Joel Gregory
    57472   HUM 165 07       Controversial Issues                                       MW 11:00 12:15 3               LRC        4          Barbara Winborn
    57471   HUM 165 50       Controversial Issues                                       M        6:30 9:15       3     Temple 1                Joe Alexander
    57480   HUM 165 80       Controversial Issues (3/11-5/4)                            MW 2:00 4:25             3     LRC        15         Barbara Winborn
   57473   HUM 165 H1 Controversial Issues                                             T        4:00 5:15       3     Temple 1             Sabryna Hamilton
            HUM 165-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
   57477   HUM 165 W1 Controversial Issues                                                                      3                          Sabryna Hamilton
            HUM 165-W1 is a web-based course. Contact shamilton@dcc.vccs.edu
    57483   HUM 260 50       Survey of Twentieth-Century Culture                        W        6:30 9:15       3     LRC        15          Helen Meadors
    57488   HUM 295 01        African & African Amer. Music                             MW 9:30 10:45 3                Temple 109              Otis Alexander
   57485   HUM 295 H1        Controversial Issues in Religion                          TH       3:30 4:45       3     Temple 1               Donald Bowden
            HUM 295-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.

Instrumentation
    67497 INS 210       01     Principles of Instrumentation                          TH      8:00    10:50    3      EIT        16             John Heinrich
                                                                                      M       9:00    9:50            EIT        16             John Heinrich
                                                                                      F       9:00    9:50            EIT        16             John Heinrich
    67498 INS 230       01     Instrumentation I                                      T       8:00    10:50    3      EIT        16             John Heinrich
                                                                                      F       10:00   10:50           EIT        16             John Heinrich
                                                                                      M       10:00   10:50           EIT        16             John Heinrich

Information Technology Database
   67954 ITD 110 W1 Web Page Design I                                                                      3                               Amy Abbott
          ITD 110-W1 is a web-based class. For more info, see http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidelin.htm Students must contact the
          instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.
   68013 ITD 112 W1 Designing Web Page Graphics                                                            3                               Amy Abbott
          ITD 112-W1 is a web-based class. For more info, see http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidel12.htm Students must contact the
          instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.

Information Technology Essentials
    68414 ITE 101 90           Intro. to Microcomputers (1/17-1/24)                   S      8:30 4:30      1     Wyatt          202          Patricia Sawyer
    68016 ITE 115 01           Intro. Computer Applications and Concepts              MW 8:00 9:15          3     Taylor         102           Charlie Adams
          Students who register for ITE 115-01 must also register for ITE 115L-01.
    68017 ITE 115L 01          Intro. to Computer Applications and Concepts           M      1:00 2:40      1     Taylor         102           Charlie Adams
    68036 ITE 115 02           Intro. Computer Applications and Concepts              MW 9:30 10:45 3             Taylor         102           Charlie Adams
          Students who register ITE 115-02 must also register for ITE 115L-02.
    68040 ITE 115L 02          Intro. to Computer Applications and Concepts           W      1:00 2:40      1     Taylor         102           Charlie Adams
    68046 ITE 115 03           Intro. Computer Applications and Concepts              MW 11:00 12:15 3            Taylor         103           Lois Galloway
          Students who register for ITE 115-03 must also register for ITE 115L-03.
    68063 ITE 115L 03          Intro. to Computer Applications and Concepts           W      1:00 2:40      1     Taylor         103           Lois Galloway
    68073 ITE 115 04           Intro. Computer Applications and Concepts              MW 8:00 9:15          3     Taylor         104          Linda Wilborne
          Students who register for ITE 115-04 must also register for ITE 115L-04.
    68076 ITE 115L 04          Intro. to Computer Applications and Concepts           M      2:00 3:40      1     Taylor         104          Linda Wilborne
    68081 ITE 115 05           Intro. Computer Applications and Concepts              F      9:00 11:45 3         Taylor         103           Lois Galloway
          Students who register for ITE 115-05 must also register for ITE 115L-05.
    68089 ITE 115L 05          Intro. to Computer Applications and Concepts           F      12:30 2:10     1     Taylor         103           Lois Galloway
    68180 ITE 115 50           Intro. Computer Applications and Concepts              T      5:30 8:15      3     Taylor         103          Linda Wilborne
          Students who register for ITE 115-50 must also register for ITE 115L-50.
    68185 ITE 115L 50          Intro. to Computer Applications and Concepts           T      8:15 9:55      1     Taylor         103         Linda Wilborne
    69085 ITE 116 01           Survey of Computer Software App. (1/12-3/30)           M      12:30 3:00     2     Taylor         103        Thomas Cannon
    68386 ITE 116 02           Survey of Computer Software Applications               W      9:10 10:50 2         Taylor         103           Lois Galloway
    68388 ITE 116 03           Survey of Computer Software Applications               F      9:00 10:40 2         Taylor         104 Cassandra Satterfield
    69651 ITE 116 20           Survey of Computer Software App. (3/12-4/30)           TTH 12:00 1:40        2     Taylor         103                     Staff
    68399 ITE 116 50           Survey of Computer Software Applications               M      6:30 8:10      2     Taylor         103           Lois Galloway
   68401 ITE 130 W1 Intro. to Internet Services                                                            3                                    Amy Abbott
          ITE 130-W1 is a web-based class. For more info. See http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidelin128.HTM        Students must contact the
          instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.
    68488 ITE 131 90           Intro. to Internet Services (2/17 & 2/14)              S      8:30 4:30      1     Wyatt          202        Stephen Bradford
    68402 ITE 140 01           Spreadsheet Software                                   MW 11:00 12:15 3            Taylor         104         Thomas Cannon
    69090 ITE 151 01           Microcomputer Software: Database Management            T      2:00 3:40      2     Taylor         102           Charlie Adams
          Students who register for ITE 151-01 must also register for ITE 151L-01.
    69092 ITE 151L 01          Microcomputer Software: Database Management            TH     2:00 3:40      1     Taylor         102           Charlie Adams
    68431 ITE 195 90            TekXam Certification Preparation (2/28 & 3/7)         S      8:30 4:30      1     Wyatt          202            Pam Murphy
    68474 ITE 195 93            Intermediate Excel (4/25 & 5/2)                       S      8:30 4:30      1     Wyatt          202                     Staff
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    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                  (Dates)                 Days Start    End     Cr.   Location                   Instructor


    68507 ITE 195       94     PC Repair and Upgrade (2/7 & 2/14)                    S     8:30    4:30    1     Hill       117          John Heinrich
                                                                                     S     8:30    4:30    1     Hill       117            Teresa Toler
    68512   ITE 195 95            PC Repair and Upgrade (4/25 & 5/2)                 S     8:30    4:30    1     Hill       117            Teresa Toler
                                                                                     S     8:30    4:30          Hill       117          John Heinrich
   68459   ITE 195 W1            Intro. DreamWeaver, Fireworks, & Flash CS3                                  3                             Amy Abbott
            ITE 195-W1 is a web-based class. For more info. See http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidelinemx.HTM Students must contact the
            instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.
    68466   ITE 215 01           Advanced Computer Applications & Integration           TTH 8:00 9:15         3     Taylor  103       Thomas Cannon
            Students who register for ITE 215-01 must also register for ITE 215L-01.
    68469   ITE 215L 01          Advanced Computer Applications and Integration Lab T          2:00 3:40      1     Taylor  103       Thomas Cannon
    68472   ITE 215 02           Advanced Computer Applications & Integration           TTH 9:30 10:45 3            Taylor  103       Thomas Cannon
            Students who register for ITE 215-02 must also register for ITE 215L-02.
    68475   ITE 215L 02          Advanced Computer Applications and Integration Lab TH         2:00 3:40      1     Taylor  103       Thomas Cannon
    68477   ITE 221 01           PC Hardware & OS Architecture                          F      9:30 12:15 3         Taylor  106         Charlie Adams
            Students who register for ITE 221-01 must also register for ITE 221L-01.
    68484   ITE 221L 01          PC Hardware and OS Architecture                        F      1:00 2:40      1     Taylor  106         Charlie Adams

Information Technology Networking
    68493 ITN 114 01         Windows XP Professional                                 T     1:00    3:45    3     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan
          Students who register for ITN 114-01 must also register for ITN 114L-01.
    68495 ITN 114L 01        Win XP Professional Lab                                 TH    1:00    2:40    1     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan
    68497 ITN 114 50         Windows XP Professional                                 W     5:30    8:15    3     Taylor     106          David Willette
          Students who register for ITN 114-50 must also register for ITN 114L-50.
    68499 ITN 114L 50        Win XP Professional Lab                                 W     8:15    9:55    1     Taylor     106          David Willette
    68502 ITN 116 01         Win ‘03 Network NI-IMM)                                 W     1:00    3:45    3     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan
          Students who register for ITN 116-01 must also register for ITN 116L-01.
    68504 ITN 116L 01        Win ‘03 Network-NI-IMM Lab                              W     3:45    5:25    1     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan
    68508 ITN 155 01         Introductory Routing-Cisco                              M     9:00    11:45   3     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan
          Students who register for ITN 155-01 must also register for ITN 155L-01.
    68511 ITN 155L 01        Introduction Routing-Cisco                              W     9:00    10:40   1     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan
    68517 ITN 157 01         WAN Technologies-Cisco                                  M     5:30    8:15    3     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan
          Students who register for ITN 157-01 must also register for ITN 157L-01.
    68519 ITN 157L 01        WAN Tech-Cisco Lab                                      M     8:15    9:55    1     Taylor     106         Steve Carrigan

Information Technology Programming
    68522 ITP 112 50         Visual Basic.NET I                                      M     5:30    8:15    3     Taylor     104         James Gunnell
          Students who register for ITP 112-50 must also register for ITP 112L-50.
    68523 ITP 112L 50        Visual Basic.NET I Lab                                  M     8:15    9:55    1     Taylor     104      James Gunnell
    68525 ITP 120 01         Java Programming I                                      TTH   9:30    10:45   3     Taylor     104 Cassandra Satterfield
          Students who register for ITP 120-01 must also register for ITP 120L-01.
    68526 ITP 120L 01        Java Programming I Lab                                  T     2:00 3:40       1     Taylor     104 Cassandra Satterfield
    68527 ITP 136 01         C# Programming I                                        TTH   12:30 1:45      3     Taylor     104 Cassandra Satterfield
          Students who register for ITP 136-01 must also register for ITP 136L-01.
    68528 ITP 136L 01        C# Programming I Lab                                    TH    2:00    3:40    1     Taylor     104 Cassandra Satterfield
    68529 ITP 212 01         Visual Basic.NET II                                     MW    9:30    10:45   3     Taylor     104     Thomas Cannon
          Students who register for ITP 212-01 must also register for ITP 212L-01.
    68531 ITP 212L 01        Visual Basic. NET II Lab                                W     2:00    3:40    1     Taylor     104        Thomas Cannon

Legal Administration
    69107 LGL 125       50     Legal Research                                        W     6:30    9:15    3     Taylor     204           Dwight Rudd
    69108 LGL 226       50     Real Estate Abstracting                               TH    6:30    9:15    3     Taylor     203A           Myra Milam

Machine Technology
    59199 MAC 102       01     Machine Shop II                                       W     12:30   3:15    7     EIT        36             Doug Poole
                                                                                     MW    11:00   11:50         EIT        38             Doug Poole
                                                                                     TH    9:00    10:50         EIT        38             Doug Poole
                                                                                     TTH   12:00   2:50          EIT        36             Doug Poole
    59203 MAC 121       01     Numerical Control I                                   T     8:00    10:50   2     EIT        39             Doug Poole
    59205 MAC 123       01     Numerical Control III                                 TH    12:00   1:50    2     EIT        39           Troy Simpson
                                                                                     T     1:00    2:00          EIT        37           Troy Simpson
    59230 MAC 127       01     Advanced CNC Programming                              M     12:30   3:05    3     EIT        39             Doug Poole



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    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                  (Dates)                 Days Start      End     Cr.   Location                    Instructor


    59232 MAC 150       01     Intro Cmp Aided Manufacturing                         W       1:00    2:50    3     EIT        39            Troy Simpson
                                                                                     TH      8:00    10:50         EIT        36            Troy Simpson
    59234   MAC 161     50     Machine Shop Practices I                              M       6:00    9:50    3     EIT        36              Kevin Poole
    59235   MAC 162     50     Machine Shop Practices II                             M       6:00    9:50    3     EIT        36              Kevin Poole
    59236   MAC 163     50     Machine Shop Practices III                            M       6:00    9:50    3     EIT        36              Kevin Poole
    59237   MAC 223     01     Advanced Machine Tool Operations III                  MW      8:00    10:50   7     EIT        36            Troy Simpson
                                                                                     T       10:00   10:50         EIT        37            Troy Simpson
                                                                                     T       8:00    9:50          EIT        36            Troy Simpson
                                                                                     MTW     11:00   11:50         EIT        37            Troy Simpson

Medical Laboratory
    70135 MDL 105       01     Phlebotomy (1/12-3/23)                                  MF    8:00    11:40   4     Temple     209         Susan Mathena
                                                                                       M     1:30    4:10          Temple     209         Susan Mathena
          Student must come to the Arts and Sciences Office to register for this class.
    70143 MDL 106 01       Clinical Phlebotomy (3/27-5/1)                              MF    8:00    11:40   4     Temple     209         Susan Mathena
                                                                                       F     1:00    3:40          Temple     209         Susan Mathena
          Student must come to the Arts and Sciences Office to register for this class.

Mechanical Engineering Technology
    62916 MEC 111       01     Materials For Industry                                TTH     8:00    9:15    3     Wyatt      209         Robert Huffman
    62920 MEC 126       01     Computer Programming For Technologists                T       9:30    10:45   3     Wyatt      209         Robert Huffman
                                                                                     TH      9:30    11:40         Wyatt      209         Robert Huffman
    62927 MEC 133       01     Mechanics III                                         TTH     10:45   12:00   2     Wyatt      204          James Adkins
    62956 MEC 211       01     Machine Design I                                      TTH     8:00    10:30   4     Wyatt      204          James Adkins

Marketing
    69109 MKT 100 50       Principles of Marketing                            M       6:30           9:15    3     Taylor     204               M. Martin
    69137 MKT 110 01       Principles of Selling                              MW 9:30                10:45   3     Taylor     204        David Bonebright
    69197 MKT 170 01       Customer Service                                   M       1:00           2:40    1     Taylor     205         Vincent Decker
    69222 MKT 227 01       Merchandise Buying and Control                     TTH 12:30              1:45    3     Taylor     204        David Bonebright
   69231 MKT 281 W1 Principles of Internet Marketing                                                        3                            Vincent Decker
          MKT 281-W1 is a web-based course. Contact vdecker@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.
    69237 MKT 298 01       Seminar & Project (1/16-4/17)                      F       8:00           10:50   3     Taylor     205               M. Martin

Mathematics
    69608 MTH 1       2A Developmental Mathematics                                   TTH 9:30 10:45 3               EIT      18 Joan Tarpley Robinson
          MTH 1-2A is the first half of MTH 2. Students who need a slower pace of instruction and who are placed in MTH 2 may register for this section.
    71049 MTH 1 2A50 Developmental Mathematics                                       M       6:00     8:45 3        LRC      4                Faith Stamps
          MTH 1-2A50 is the first half of MTH 2. Students who need a slower pace of instruction and who are placed in MTH 2 may register for this section.
    69609 MTH 1       3A Developmental Mathematics                                   TTH 11:00 12:15 3              Temple 101               Molly Mauldin
          MTH 1-3A is the first half of MTH 3. Students who need a slower pace of instruction and who are placed in MTH 3 may register for this section.
    69612 MTH 1 DV87 Developmental Mathematics                                       MTTH 9:30 10:20 3              Temple 1             Candace Cooper
          MTH 1-DV87 is a part of the learning community. Only members may enroll.
    69616 MTH 1 DV88 Developmental Mathematics                                       MT      11:00 11:50 3          Temple 205           Candace Cooper
                                                                                     TH      11:00 11:50            Temple 206           Candace Cooper
          MTH 1-DV88 is a part of the learning community. Only members may enroll

    69640 MTH 2         01     Basic Arithmetic                                      T       12:00   1:40    5     LRC        5             Mary Motley
                                                                                     MW      8:00    9:15          Taylor     203B          Mary Motley
    69641 MTH 2         02     Basic Arithmetic                                      TTH     12:30   1:45    5     Wyatt      203 Joan Tarpley Robinson
                                                                                     M       11:00   12:40         LRC        5 Joan Tarpley Robinson
    69642 MTH 2         03     Basic Arithmetic                                      MW      2:00    3:15    5     Temple     109 Joan Tarpley Robinson
                                                                                     W       11:00   12:40         LRC        5 Joan Tarpley Robinson
    69644 MTH 2         50     Basic Arithmetic                                      T       6:30    9:15    5     Temple     109         York Pinckney
                                                                                     TH      6:30    8:10          LRC        5           York Pinckney
    69645 MTH 2         51     Basic Arithmetic                                      MW      3:30    5:45    5     LRC        5             Paula Smith
    69883 MTH 2         80     Basic Arithmetic                                      S       8:00    10:00   5     LRC        5             Paula Smith
                                                                                     S       10:15   12:20         LRC        5             Paula Smith
          Class meets 1/17-5/9. Class will not meet on 3/7.
    69643 MTH 2      2B Basic Arithmetic                                           TTH 8:00 9:15              3    EIT         18 Joan Tarpley Robinson
          MTH 2-2B covers the last half of MTH 2. Only students who successfully completed the first half of MTH 2 (3 credits) may enroll.

 Note: Additional classes offered off campus, see pages 24-30. Check out the listing of Distance Learning classes on pages
 37-39. For the most complete and up-to-date class schedule listings, visit www.dcc.vccs.edu.
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    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                   (Dates)                 Days Start       End     Cr.   Location                 Instructor


    69887 MTH 3          1     Basic Algebra I                                         S     8:00 10:00 5           Wyatt     113                 Staff
                                                                                       S     10:15 12:20            Wyatt     214                 Staff
    69655   MTH 3      01      Basic Algebra I                                         T     8:00 9:40        5     LRC       5          Angela Carlsen
                                                                                       MW 8:00 9:15                 LRC       5          Angela Carlsen
    69656   MTH 3      02      Basic Algebra I                                         T     10:00 11:40 5          LRC       5          Angela Carlsen
                                                                                       MW 9:30 10:45                LRC       5          Angela Carlsen
    69657   MTH 3      03      Basic Algebra I                                         TTH 2:00 4:15          5     LRC       5           Molly Mauldin
    69659   MTH 3      50      Basic Algebra I                                         M     6:30 9:15        5     Temple 109            Thomas Early
                                                                                       W     6:30 8:10              LRC       5           Thomas Early
    69660   MTH 3      51      Basic Algebra I                                         T     6:15 9:00        5     Womack 110            Cheryl Waller
                                                                                       TH    6:15 7:55              Womack 110            Cheryl Waller
    69658   MTH 3      3B Basic Algebra I                                              TTH 12:30 1:45         3     Womack 110             Paula Smith
            MTH 3-3B covers the LAST half of MTH 3. Only students who successfully completed the first half of MTH 3 may register.
    69663   MTH 4      01      Basic Algebra II                                        MW 12:30 1:45          5     Taylor    203A             Gail Neal
                                                                                       TH    12:00 1:40             LRC       5                Gail Neal
    69664   MTH 4      50      Basic Algebra II                                        M     6:30 9:15        5     LRC       5            Arlene Smoot
                                                                                       W     6:30 8:10              Temple 109             Arlene Smoot
    69665   MTH 4      51      Basic Algebra II                                        TTH 5:00 6:15          5     LRC       5          Allyson Springs
                                                                                       T     6:30 8:10              LRC       5          Allyson Springs
    69663   MTH 4      W1 Basic Algebra II                                                                    5                              Mary Motley
            A mandatory orientation will be held 4 p.m. 1/7/09 in Wyatt 201. Contact mmotley@dcc.vccs.edu before registering.
    68325   MTH 103 01         Basic Technical Mathematics I                           TTH 3:00 4:15          3     EIT       38        George Turnbull
    68322   MTH 104 01         Basic Technical Mathematics II                          MW 8:00 9:15           3     EIT       38        George Turnbull
    57493   MTH 121 01         Fundamentals of Mathematics I                           MW 2:00 3:15           3     Taylor    206         C.Terzopoulos
    57508   MTH 126 RN1 Math for Allied Health (1/13-3/26)                             TTH 2:00 3:30          2     Temple 204             Ed Polhamus
    57509   MTH 126 RN2 Math for Allied Health (1/17-3/28)                             S     9:00 12:15 2           LRC       15           Ed Polhamus
    57494   MTH 126 PN1 Math for Allied Health                                         MW 8:00 9:15           3     Taylor    206           Jue-Ling Tai
    57496   MTH 151 01         Math For The Liberal Arts I                             TTH 12:30 1:45         3     Taylor    206        C. Terzopoulos
    57497   MTH 151 50         Math For The Liberal Arts I                             MW 5:00 6:15           3     Temple 1                Vickie Jones
    62403   MTH 157 01         Elem. Statistics                                        MW 12:30 1:45          3     Taylor    206         C.Terzopoulos
    57495   MTH 158 01         College Algebra                                         TTH 9:30 10:45 3             Temple 207            Bennie Griffin
    57498   MTH 163 01         Precalculus I                                           TTH 8:00 9:15          3     Taylor    206           Jue-Ling Tai
    57499   MTH 163 50         Precalculus I                                           TTH 5:00 6:15          3     LRC       15           Lari Scruggs
    57500   MTH 166 01         Precalculus with Trigonometry                           MW 12:00 1:40          4     Taylor    209       Mukesh Chhajer
    57501   MTH 173 50         Calculus With Analytic Geometry I                       MW 4:00 6:05           5     Taylor    206           Jue-Ling Tai
    57502   MTH 174 01         Calculus With Analytic Geometry II                      MWTH 9:30 10:45 5            Taylor    209       Mukesh Chhajer
    67339   MTH 195 90         Math for Allied Health                                  MTH 3:00 4:30          3     Wyatt     113      Gwendolyn Millner
            For Pharmacy Technology Students. Contact the Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8494.
    57503   MTH 240 01         Statistics                                              MW 9:30 10:45 3              Taylor    206           Jue-Ling Tai
    57504   MTH 271 50         Applied Calculus I                                      MW 5:30 6:45           3     Temple 205            C.Terzopoulos
    57506   MTH 272 01         Applied Calculus II                                     TTH 2:00 3:15          3     Taylor    206           Jue-Ling Tai

Music
    57510 MUS 122       01     Music Appreciation II                                  MW        3:30   4:45    3     Temple     1        Donald Bowden

Natural Sciences
    57512 NAS 105 01       Natural Science Topic For Modern Society                   MW        3:30   4:45    3     Temple     207        Joel Gregory
   57513 NAS 105 W1 Natural Science Topic For Modern Society                                                  3                          Dennis Blalock
          NAS 105-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dblalock@dcc.vccs.edu
    70159 NAS 185 01       Microbiology                                               MF        12:00 1:15     4     Temple     209         Lori Everhart
    70160 NAS 185 01L Microbiology Lab                                                W         11:00 1:30           Temple     209         Lori Everhart

Physical Education and Recreation
    58068 PED 103       01     Aerobic Fitness I                                       T        2:00   3:15    2     Womack 108             Louise Early
                                                                                       TH       2:00   2:50          Womack 105             Louise Early
          Students will need to schedule additional activity time during open exercise hours.
    58070 PED 103 50          Aerobic Fitness I                                        MW       5:00   6:15    1     Womack     105          Ola Tarpley
    69720 PED 107 COM Exercise and Nutrition                                           M        9:30   10:20   2     Womack     108         Louise Early
                                                                                       W        9:30   10:20         Womack     105         Louise Early
    69718 PED 107 DV87 Exercise and Nutrition                                          TH       8:30   9:20    2     Womack     105         Louise Early
                                                                                       T        8:30   9:20          Temple     001A        Louise Early


     Legend: M-Monday;	T-Tuesday;	W-Wednesday;	TH-Thursday;		F-Friday;	S-Saturday;	SU-Sunday;					-	Distance	Learning	Course
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    Class # Cat #      Sect.   Course Title                    (Dates)                  Days Start        End     Cr.   Location                     Instructor


    69719 PED 107 DV88 Exercise and Nutrition                                            TH       9:30    10:20   2     Womack     105             Louise Early
                                                                                         T        9:30    10:20         LRC        4               Louise Early
    58075   PED 111 01          Weight Training I                                        M        5:00    5:50    2     Womack     108          Clarence Owen
                                                                                         MW       3:30    4:45          Womack     105          Clarence Owen
    70302   PED 109 01          Yoga                                                     TH       1:00    1:50    2     Womack     108                    Staff
                                                                                         TH       2:00    3:15          Womack     105                    Staff
            Students will need to schedule additional activity time during open exercise hours.
    58078   PED 117 50          Fitness Walking                                          M        5:00    5:50    1     Temple     108             Louise Early
    58080   PED 119 50          Baseball Fundamentals II                                 T        4:00    4:50    1     LRC        4                John Bailey
    68672   PED 123 90          Tennis I (1/20-5/5)                                      T        1:00    3:00    1     Taylor     203A          Vesa Hiltunen
    68676   PED 123 91          Tennis I (3/10-5/5)                                      T        6:00    8:00    1     Taylor     203A          Vesa Hiltunen
    58103   PED 133 01          Golf I (3/9-4/29)                                        MW       3:00    4:20    1     TBA        TBA           Vesa Hiltunen
    58081   PED 135 01          Bowling I                                                T        3:20    5:00    1     Temple     205           Bennie Griffin
    58082   PED 136 01          Bowling II                                               T        3:20    5:00    1     Temple     205           Bennie Griffin
    58105   PED 150 01          Soccer I (3/10-4/30)                                     TTH      3:00    4:20    1     TBA        TBA           Vesa Hiltunen
    58093   PED 195 50          Tai Chi I                                                MW       6:30    8:20    2     Womack     105         Charles Schwarz
    58094   PED 195 51          Tai Chi II                                               MW       6:30    8:20    2     Womack     105         Charles Schwarz

Philosophy
    57517 PHI 100        01    Intro To Philosophy                                      F         11:00   1:30    3     Temple     205          Alan Davenport

Photography
    66973 PHT 100 50       Introduction to Photography                                  TH        5:30    9:30    3     EIT        16             John Heinrich
    66980 PHT 101 50       Photography I                                                T         5:30    9:30    3     EIT        16             John Heinrich
          Outside assignments required.
    62963 PHT 195 50       Photoshop CS: Digital Image (1/20-2/17)                      T         4:30    7:30    1     EIT        26           Shirley Cadmus
    62965 PHT 295 50       Photoshop CS: Text & Graphics (2/24-3/31)                    T         4:30    7:30    1     EIT        26           Shirley Cadmus

Physics
    57520 PHY 202       01     General College Physics II                               MW        8:00    9:15    4     Taylor     209           Brantley Hanks
    57521 PHY 202       01L    General College Physics II Lab                           M         2:00    4:30          Taylor     209           Brantley Hanks

Political Science
   57522 PLS 211 W1 U. S. Government I                                                                           3                      K. VonKarowsky-Nelson
          PLS 211-W1 is a web-based course. Contact kvonkar-nelson@dcc.vccs.edu

   57523 PLS 212 W1 U.S. Government II                                                                           3                      K.VonKarowsky-Nelson
          PLS 212-W1 is a web-based course. Contact kvonkar-nelson@dcc.vccs.edu

Psychology
    57960   PSY 126 01       Psychology For Business and Industry                MW               8:00    9:15    3     LRC        15             WilliamTrimyer
    57961   PSY 126 02       Psychology For Business and Industry                MW               8:00    9:15    3     Temple     207           Dewitt Drinkard
    57963   PSY 126 03       Psychology For Business and Industry                MW               2:00    3:15    3     Temple     207           Dewitt Drinkard
    57962   PSY 126 04       Psychology For Business and Industry                TTH              8:00    9:15    3     Temple     207            Melissa Layne
    57964   PSY 200 01       Principles of Psychology                            TTH              9:30    10:45   3     Temple     110           Dewitt Drinkard
    57965   PSY 200 02       Principles of Psychology                            TTH              9:30    10:45   3     Temple     110           Dewitt Drinkard
    57966   PSY 200 50       Principles of Psychology                            W                6:30    9:15    3     Temple     204               Randall Via
   57967   PSY 200 W1 Principles of Psychology                                                                   3                         Christopher Cousins
            PSY 200-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ccousins@dcc.vccs.edu
    57968   PSY 201 50       Introduction To Psychology I                        TH               6:30    9:15    3     Temple     207              Henry Fierro
   57969   PSY 201 W1 Introduction To Psychology I                                                               3                         Christopher Cousins
            PSY 201-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ccousins@dcc.vccs.edu
    57970   PSY 202 01       Introduction To Psychology II                       MW               9:30 10:45      3     Temple     207           Michael Parrish
    57971   PSY 202 02       Introduction To Psychology II                       MW               11:00 12:15     3     Temple     207           Michael Parrish
    57972   PSY 202 03       Introduction To Psychology II                       TTH              12:30 1:45      3     Temple     207           Michael Parrish
   57973   PSY 202 W1 Introduction To Psychology II                                                              3                         Christopher Cousins
            PSY 202-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ccousins@dcc.vccs.edu
   57974   PSY 202 W2 Introduction To Psychology II                                                              3                              Melissa Layne
            PSY 202-W2 is a web-based course. Contact mlayne@dcc.vccs.edu
    57975   PSY 215 01       Abnormal Psychology                                 MW               12:30 1:45      3     Temple     207          Dewitt Drinkard
    57976   PSY 230 50       Developmental Psychology                            T                6:30 9:15       3     Temple     1              Henry Fierro
   57977   PSY 230 W1 Developmental Psychology                                                                   3                              Melissa Layne
            PSY 230-W1 is a web-based course. Contact mlayne@dcc.vccs.edu
   57978   PSY 230 W2 Developmental Psychology                                                                   3                         Robert Jahrsdoerfer
            PSY 230-W2 is a web-based course. Contact rjahrsdoerfer@dcc.vccs.edu
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    Class # Cat #         Sect.   Course Title                   (Dates)             Days Start      End     Cr.   Location                    Instructor


Real Estate
    69300 REA 100          50     Principles of Real Estate                          MW      6:00    9:40    4     EIT        42          Calvin Stephens

Religion
   57979 REL 210 H1 Survey of The New Testament                                       T        2:00 3:15      3      Temple 205               Lee Hagwood
          REL 210-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction or
          assignments.
    57980 REL 230 01        Religions of The World                                     MW 2:00 3:15            3      Temple 1              Donald Bowden

Recreational Vehicles
    70069 RVH 130          90     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (3/13-3/15)           F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
    70072 RVH 130          91     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (3/20-3/22)           F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
    70075 RVH 130          92     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (3/27-3/29)           F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
    70077 RVH 130          93     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (4/10-4/12)           F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
    70083 RVH 130          94     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (4/17-4/19)           F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
    70085 RVH 130          95     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (4/24-4/26)           F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
    70087 RVH 130          96     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (5/1-5/3)             F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
    70090 RVH 130          97     Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety (5/8-5/10)            F       6:00    9:30    1     LRC        15          Mark McFaddin
                                                                                     SSU     8:00    5:30          LRC        15          Mark McFaddin

Safety
    66469 SAF 195          01     Industrial Safety (4/6-5/4)                        M       12:30 3:00      1     EIT        18     Charles Cunningham

Student Development
    58172   SDV     100    01     College Success Skills (1/12-3/30)                 M       8:00    9:15    1     Temple     205            David Foster
    58173   SDV     100    02     College Success Skills (1/12-3-30)                 M       9:30    10:45   1     Temple     205            David Foster
    58174   SDV     100    03     College Success Skills (1/14-3/25)                 W       8:00    9:15    1     Temple     205            David Foster
    62969   SDV     100    04     College Success Skills (1/13-3/10)                 T       3:00    4:50    1     EIT        39           William Roche
    62971   SDV     100    05     College Success Skills (3/17-4/28)                 T       3:00    4:50    1     EIT        39           William Roche
    69993   SDV     100    06     College Success Skills (1/14 - 3/11)               W       9:30    11:10   1     Womack     110          Janet Laughlin
                                                                                                                                                 Ed White
    69996 SDV 100          09     College Success Skills (1/15-3/12)                 TH      12:00   1:40    1     EIT        18              Betty Foster
    69997 SDV 100          10     College Success Skills (1/15-3/12)                 TH      2:00    3:40    1     EIT        18              Betty Foster
    71684 SDV 100          11     College Success Skills (1/24-2/7)                  S       9:00    12:30   1     LRC        4             Lois Galloway
                                                                                             1:00    2:15          LRC        5
    58175   SDV 100 50          College Success Skills (1/13-2/24)                 T         6:00    7:50    1     Temple     205       Sabryna Hamilton
    69991   SDV 100 51          College Success Skills (1/13-3-10)                 T         5:30    7:10    1     Wyatt      202          Donald Pippin
    58176   SDV 100 80          College Success Skills (3/10-4/28)                 T         6:00    7:35    1     Temple     205       Sabryna Hamilton
    69302   SDV 100 BUS1 College Success Skills (1/16-4/17)                        TTH       8:00    8:50    1     Taylor     201              M. Martin
    69995   SDV 100 COM College Success Skills (1/12-3/4)                          MW        11:00   12:15   1     Temple     109           Laura Powell
            Class is for students in the developmental modular learning community.
    69743   SDV 100 DV87 College Success Skills                                    W    9:30         10:20   1     Temple     1              Patricia Arnn
    69744   SDV 100 DV88 College Success Skills                                    W    11:00        11:50   1     Temple     206            Patricia Arnn
    69994   SDV 100 LAN College Success Skills (2/6-4/10)                          F    12:00        1:40    1     Taylor     203B                    Staff
            Class is for Langston students. Class will not meet 3/6.
    69998   SDV 100 TRA1 College Success Skills (3/10-4/28)                        T    12:00        1:15    1     EIT        18           Alexis Ehrhardt
            Class is for students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
    69999   SDV 100 TRA2 College Success Skills (3/12-4/30)                        TH   3:00         4:40    1     Womack 110              Alexis Ehrhardt
            Class is for students planning to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
    69747   SDV 104 COM Study Skills (1/13-3/10)                                   W    12:00        1:40    1     Temple     122       James Sutherland
            Required for students taking BSK 1-COM. Class will not meet 3/2.
    69740   SDV 104 DV87 Study Skills                                              W    8:30         9:20    1     Temple     1          Candace Cooper
    69741   SDV 104 DV88 Study Skills                                              W    12:00        12:50   1     Temple     206        Candace Cooper
    69863   SDV 106 02          Job Search Strategies (1/12-2/6)                   M    2:00         6:00    1     EIT        28A          Cathy Conner
   66499   SDV 195 W1           Electronic Portfolio                                                        1                            Robert Huffman
            SDV 195-W1 is a web-based course. Contact rhuffman@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.
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     Class # Cat #         Sect.   Course Title                   (Dates)              Days Start       End     Cr.    Location                    Instructor


Sociology
     58022 SOC 200 01         Principles of Sociology                                  TTH 9:30 10:45 3               Taylor     203B           Joann Moore
    58023 SOC 200 H1 Principles of Sociology                                          T        12:30 1:45      3     Temple 205                Joann Moore
           SOC 200-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction or
           assignments.
    58024 SOC 200 W1 Principles of Sociology                                                                   3                          Angela McAdams
           SOC 200-W1 is a web-based course. Contact amcadams@dcc.vccs.edu
     58003 SOC 201 01         Introduction To Sociology I                              MW 9:30 10:45 3                Temple 110                 Vickie Taylor
     58011 SOC 201 02         Introduction To Sociology I                              MW 9:30 10:45 3                Temple 110                 Vickie Taylor
     58013 SOC 201 50         Introduction To Sociology I                              W        6:30 9:15       3     Taylor     203B            Vickie Taylor
     58012 SOC 201 60         Introduction To Sociology I                              MW 9:30 10:45 3                Temple 110                 Vickie Taylor
           SOC 201-60 is an Honors section that meets with SOC 201-01 and SOC 201-02. Only Honors students may register in section 60 and must come
           to Arts & Sciences Division office to register for this section.
     58014 SOC 202 01         Introduction To Sociology II                             MW 11:00 12:15 3               Taylor     203B            Vickie Taylor
     58030 SOC 215 01         Soc of The Family                                        TTH 2:00 3:15            3     Temple 108                    John Wilt
    58031 SOC 215 W1 Soc of The Family                                                                         3                          Angela McAdams
           SOC 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact amcadams@dcc.vccs.edu
     58035 SOC 236 50         Criminology                                              T        6:30 9:15       3     LRC        4                  John Wilt
    58021 SOC 268 H1 Social Problems                                                  T        9:30 10:45 3          Temple 205                 Vickie Taylor
           SOC 268-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction or
           assignments.

Spanish
     58038 SPA 102 50        Beginning Spanish II                                       MW 6:30 8:10            4      Temple 207               Pamela Ayuso
    58037 SPA 102 W1 Beginning Spanish II                                                                      4                             Theodore Maier
           SPA 102-W1 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
     58041 SPA 103 01        Basic Spoken Spanish                                       TTH 9:30 10:45 3               LRC        15             Olga Alvarez
     58042 SPA 103 50        Basic Spoken Spanish                                       TTH 5:00 6:15           3      Temple 207               Pamela Ayuso
    58045 SPA 104 H1 Basic Spoken Spanish II                                           T        5:00 7:15      3      Temple 204             Ana Ruiz-Fodor
           SPA 104-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
     58044 SPA 150 50        Spanish For Law Enforcement                                MW 5:00 6:15            3      Temple 207               Pamela Ayuso

Speech and Drama
     58046   SPD     100    01     Principles of Public Speaking                       MW      11:00    12:15   3      LRC        15          Helen Meadors
     58047   SPD     100    02     Principles of Public Speaking                       MW      12:30    1:45    3      LRC        15          Helen Meadors
     58048   SPD     100    03     Principles of Public Speaking                       TTH     2:00     3:15    3      LRC        15          Helen Meadors
     58049   SPD     100    50     Principles of Public Speaking                       TH      6:30     9:15    3      LRC        15          Helen Meadors
     58051   SPD     100    80     Principles of Public Speaking (3/10-4/30)           TTH     3:30     5:55    3      Temple     109           Darci Adams

Welding
     66472   WEL     120    01     Fundamentals of Welding                             T       12:00    3:50    2      EIT        41             Debra Smith
     66476   WEL     120    50     Fundamentals of Welding                             T       6:00     9:50    2      EIT        41             Debra Smith
     66478   WEL     123    01     Arc Welding I                                       TH      12:00    3:50    3      EIT        41             Debra Smith
     66480   WEL     124    50     Arc Welding II                                      TH      6:00     9:50    3      EIT        41             Debra Smith
     66482   WEL     135    50     Inert Gas Welding                                   W       6:00     9:50    2      EIT        41             Debra Smith
     69795   WEL     136    01     Welding III Inert Gases                             W       12:00    3:50    2      EIT        41             Debra Smith
     66494   WEL     145    50     Welding Metallurgy                                  M       12:00    3:50    3      EIT        41             Debra Smith




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    assistance in arranging a course from another VCCS college.


  NOTE:	Every	effort	has	been	made	to	provide	the	most	accurate,	up-to-date	information	possible	in	this	schedule.	However,	the	College	
 reserves	the	right	to	change,	when	warranted,	any	of	the	provisions,	schedules,	programs,	courses	or	fees,	as	might	be	required.
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Off-Campus Classes
Off Campus – City of Danville
These are DCC classes offered at the following off-campus locations in the City of Danville. For classes on the Main
campus, see pages 15-30. For Distance Learning classes see pages 37-39.

Camp Grove           Camp Grove Center - 337 Bradley Rd., Danville, VA 24540, Phone: 434.773.3001
GWHS                 George Washington High School - 701 Broad St., Danville, VA 24540
Moffett              Moffett Memorial Baptist Church - 1026 N. Main St., Danville, VA 24540, Phone: 434.793.1722
North Main           Salvation Army Building - 123 Henry St., Danville, VA 24540, Phone: 434.773.3001
RCATT                Regional Center for Advanced Technology and Training - 121 Slayton Ave., Danville, VA 24541
                     Phones: 434.797.8412 or 797.6437
YMCA                 YMCA Building - 810 Main St., Danville VA, Phone: 434.792.0621

    Class # Cat #     Sect.    Course Title                     (Dates)             Days Start     End        Cr.   Location                Instructor

Administrative Support Technology
    69630 AST 132 3A          Word Processing: MS Word (3/16-3/25)                     MW       8:30   12:00 1       North Main 1                Staff
    69607 AST 132 8A          Word Processing: MS Word (2/17-2/26)                     TTH      8:30   12:00 1       Moffett    1                Staff
    68453 AST 132 90          Word Processing: MS Word (3/10-3/31)                     T        6:00   9:30 1        RCATT      137      Rhonda Jones

Building
    66788 BLD 195 90          Plumbing I                                               W        6:30   9:15     3    RCATT     140     Charles Fulcher

Business Administration
    67285 BUS 195 90 Work Ethics & Social Skills (1/12-3/5)                            MTH      9:00   12:00 3       RCATT     140      Marvin Vickers
          For more information contact the Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67312 BUS 195 91       Workplace Preparedness (3/10-5/11)                          MTH      9:00   12:00 3       RCATT     140      Marvin Vickers
          For more information contact the Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.

Education
    57436 EDU 114 90          Driver Task Analysis (1/14-4/1)                          W        5:00   9:00     3    RCATT     140          Lynn Dillon

Electrical Technology
    68129 ELE 115 91 Basic Electricity                                                   M-TH   4:00   9:00     2    RCATT     100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009.
    68146 ELE 195 91       Application in Motor Control I                                M-TH   4:00   9:00     3    RCATT     100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68196 ELE 195 92       Application in Motor Control II                               M-TH   4:00   9:00     1    RCATT     100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68205 ELE 195 93       App. Basic PLC’s A-B Ctrl Logix                               M-TH   4:00   9:00     3    RCATT     100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68213 ELE 195 94       Applications in Semens Step 7                                 M-TH   4:00   9:00     3    RCATT     100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68219 ELE 195 95       App. in Process Control                                       M-TH   4:00   9:00     2    RCATT     100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009

English
    66993 ENG 115 90 Technical Writing                                                 M        6:30   9:15     3    RCATT     139 Jacqueline Whitfield
          ENG 115-90 is for students enrolled in the Fire Science Curriculum.
    67004 ENG 115 91 Technical Writing                                                 T        6:30   9:15     3    RCATT     139 Jacqueline Whitfield
          ENG 115-91 is for students enrolled in the Fire Science Curriculum.

Electronics Technology
    68142 ETR 195 91       App. in Basic Electronics                                     M-TH   4:00   9:00     3    RCATT     100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009.


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    Class # Cat #         Sect.    Course Title                      (Dates)        Days Start     End        Cr.   Location                 Instructor


Fire Science Technology
    66984 FST 210 90 Legal Aspects of Fire Service                                     W        6:30   9:15     3    RCATT      139     William McNeely
          FST 210 is for students enrolled in the Fire Science curriculum.
    66987 FST 210 91 Legal Aspects of Fire Service                                     TH       6:30   9:15     3    RCATT      139      Steve Dishman
          FST 210 is for students enrolled in the Fire Science curriculum.

Hotel-Restaurant-Institutional Management
    67331 HRI 265 90 Hotel Front Office Operations                                 TTH      3:30 6:30 3          RCATT     140                      Staff
          HRI 265-90 begins 3/10/09. Students must also enroll in BUS 195-90, SDV 106-90, PSY 126-90, MKT 170-90, and BUS 195-91, for the
              Workplace Readiness program. For more information, please contact the Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.

Information Technology Essentials
    68416   ITE     101   91      Intro. to Microcomputers (3/5-3/26)                  TH       6:00   9:30     1    RCATT       137       Pam Murphy
    69614   ITE     101   3A      Intro. to Microcomputers (1/26-2/4)                  MW       8:00   12:00    1    North Main 1                   Staff
    68422   ITE     127   90      Microcomputer Software: Beg. Windows (1/27-2/5)      TTH      6:00   9:30     1    RCATT       137     Judy Barksdale
    69553   ITE     131   1A      Survey of Internet Services (1/20-1/29)              TTH      8:30   12:00    1    Camp Grove 1                   Staff
    68462   ITE     141   90      Microcomputer Software: Spreadsheets (3/30-4/8)      MW       6:00   9:30     1    RCATT       137   Stephen Bradford
    68434   ITE     195   91       TekXam Certification Preparation (4/14-4/23)        TTH      6:00   9:30     1    RCATT       137                Staff
    68449   ITE     195   92       PowerPoint (2/10-2/19)                              TTH      6:00   9:30     1    RCATT       137     Judy Barksdale
    68498   ITE     195   96       MS Outlook (2/9-2/18)                               MW       6:00   9:30     1    RCATT       137     Patricia Sawyer
    69588   ITE     195   8A       PowerPoint (1/20-1/29)                              TTH      8:30   12:00    1    Moffett     1                  Staff

Mechanical Engineering Technology
    68035 MEC 195 91       Appl Mech Sys. I, II, & III                                   M-TH   4:00   9:00     5    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68059 MEC 195 92       Applications in Fluid Pwr I&II                                M-TH   4:00   9:00     4    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68071 MEC 195 93        Fluid Pwr III & Hyd Troubleshooting                          M-TH   4:00   9:00     3    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68080 MEC 195 94       Applications in Hydraulics I                                  M-TH   4:00   9:00     3    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68101 MEC 195 95       App In Hydraulic Troubleshooting                              M-TH   4:00   9:00     2    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68107 MEC 195 96       Appl. In Pneumatics                                           M-TH   4:00   9:00     3    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68112 MEC 195 97       Applications in Fluid Mechanics                               M-TH   4:00   9:00     2    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009
    68119 MEC 195 98       Appl. in Pneumatic Troubleshooting                            M-TH   4:00   9:00     2    RCATT      100    Phillip Baughman
          Course offered through Workforce Services. Last date to register is April 20, 2009

Marketing
    67323 MKT 110 90 Principles of Selling                                             MTH 1:00 4:00 3       RCATT         140      Marvin Vickers
          MKT 110-90 begins 3/9/09. Students must also enroll in BUS 195-90, SDV 106-90, PSY 126-90, and MKT 170-90, for the Workplace Readiness
          Program. If you have questions, please contact the Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67311 MKT 170 90 Customer Service (3/10-5/5)                                       T       9:00 12:30 2  RCATT         140         Betty Foster

Physical Education & Recreation
    58085 PED 141 01              Swimming I                                           MW       2:30   4:00     2    YMCA-Dan 1             Louise Early
    58088 PED 142 01              Swimming II                                          MW       2:30   4:00     2    YMCA-Dan 1             Louise Early
    58089 PED 195 01              Swimming for Fitness                                 MW       2:30   4:00     2    YMCA-Dan 1             Louise Early

Student Development
    69564 SDV 106 1A              Job Search Strategies (4/7-4/16)                     TTH      8:30   12:00 1       Camp Grove 1                   Staff



  Note: Additional classes offered off campus, see pages 24-30. Check out the listing of Distance Learning classes on pages
  37-39. For the most complete and up-to-date class schedule listings, visit www.dcc.vccs.edu.


  NOTE:	Every	effort	has	been	made	to	provide	the	most	accurate,	up-to-date	information	possible	in	this	schedule.	However,	the	College	
  reserves	the	right	to	change,	when	warranted,	any	of	the	provisions,	schedules,	programs,	courses	or	fees,	as	might	be	required.
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Off Campus – Pittsylvania County
These are DCC classes offered at the following off-campus locations in Pittsylvania County. For classes on the Main
campus see pages 15-30. For Distance Learning classes, see pages 37-39.

Cascade                     Cascade Center - 3561 Huntington Trail, Cascade, VA 24069. Phone: 434.685.7177
Pitt. Co. Career            Pittsylvania County Career & Technical Center, Highway 29 North, Chatham, VA
                            Phone: 434.432.9416
Riddle                      The Riddle Center, 207-B Coffey St., Gretna, VA 24557. Phone: 434.656.8000


    Class # Cat #    Sect. Course Title                     (Dates)                  Days     Start End Cr. Location                       Instructor

Administrative Support Technology
    69572 AST 132 5A        Word Processing: MS Word (3/12-4/2)                       TH      6:00   9:30 1    Cascade          1     Chris Mitchell
    68844 AST 133 6A        Intermediate Ms Word (1/13-1/22)                          TTH     6:00   9:30 1    Riddle           1 Deborah Jefferson

Building
    67281 BLD 126 90        Basic Carpentry Principles                                W       3:30   6:30 3    Pitt Co Career   1       David Wilson
    67279 BLD 195 91        Plumbing IV                                               W       6:30   9:30 1    Pitt Co Career   1       David Wilson

Cosmetology
    67271 COS 195 60 Cosmetology - Full School                                        M       5:00 8:00 3 Pitt Co Career 1            Monica Worley
          COS 195-60 is for First Semester Students Only. Students must also register for COS 195-61& COS 195-61B. For information, contact the
          Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67273 COS 195 61 Cosmetology Lab                                                  M       5:00 8:00 3 Pitt Co Career 1                Nina Lewis
          COS 195-61 is for First Semester Students Only. Students must also register for COS 195-60 & COS 195-61B. For information, contact the
          Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67275 COS 195 80 Cosmetology - Full School                                        TH      5:00 8:00 3 Pitt Co Career 1            Monica Worley
          COS 195-80 is for Third Semester Students Only. Students must also register for COS 195-81& COS 195-81B. For information, contact the
          Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67276 COS 195 81 Cosmetology Lab                                                  TH      8:00 11:00 3 Pitt Co Career 1               Nina Lewis
          COS 195-81 is for Third Semester Students Only. Students must also register for COS 195-80 & COS 195-81B. For information, contact the
          Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67260 COS 195 90 Cosmetology VI (1/17-1/30)                                       T       5:30 8:45 1 Pitt Co Career 1               Vikki Powell
    67262 COS 195 91 Cosmetology VII (2/21-3/6)                                       T       5:30 8:45 1 Pitt Co Career 1               Vikki Powell
    67265 COS 195 92 Cosmetology VIII 3/29-4/14)                                      T       5:30 8:45 1 Pitt Co Career 1 Millicent Fitzgerald
    67274 COS 195 61B Cosmetology Lab                                                 TH      5:00 8:00 3 Pitt Co Career 1                Nina Lewis
          COS 195-61B is for First Semester Students Only. Students must also register for COS 195-60 & COS 195-61. For information, contact the
          Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67277 COS 195 81B Cosmetology Lab                                                 TH      8:00 11:00 3 Pitt Co Career 1           Monica Worley
          COS 195-81B is for Third Semester Students Only. Students must also register for COS 195-80 & COS 195-81. For information, contact the
          Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.
    67261 COS 195 90B Barbering VIII (1/17-1/30)                                      T       5:30 8:45 1 Pitt Co Career 1               Vikki Powell
    67263 COS 195 91B Barbering I (2/21-3/6)                                          T       5:30 8:45 1 Pitt Co Career 1               Vikki Powell
    67267 COS 195 92B Barbering II (3/29-4/14)                                        T       5:30 8:45 1 Pitt Co Career 1               Vikki Powell

Electrical Technology
    67278 ELE 156 90        Electrical Control Systems                                TH      6:30   9:30 3    Pitt Co Career   1       David Wilson

Hotel-Restaurant-Institutional Management
    67327 HRI 134 90 Food & Beverage Service Management                             TTH      3:30 6:30 3 Pitt Co Career 1          Marvin Vickers
          HRI 134-90 begins 3/10/09. Students must also enroll in BUS 195-90, SDV 106-90, PSY 126-90, MKT 170-90, and BUS 195-91, for the
          Workforce Preparedness program. For more information, please contact the Apprenticeship Office at 434.797.8517.

Information Technology Essentials
    69569 ITE 101 5A        Intro. to Microcomputers (1/27-2/12)                      TH      6:00   9:30 1    Cascade          1              Staff
    68847 ITE 131 6A        Survey of Internet Services (2/10-2/19)                   TTH     6:00   9:30 1    Riddle           1 Deborah Jefferson



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       Class # Cat #    Sect. Course Title                         (Dates)       Days   Start End Cr. Location                        Instructor


Physical Education & Recreation
       67125 PED 295 6A          Fitness And Wellness III (1/27-2/12)            TTH    6:00   8:30 1      Riddle           1 Maria McCracken
       67127 PED 295 6B          Fitness And Wellness IV (2/17-3/12)             TTH    6:00   8:30 1      Riddle           1 Maria McCracken

Safety
       67283 SAF 120 90          Safety & Health Standards: Regulations, Codes   TH     3:30   6:30 3      Pitt Co Career   1     David Wilson

Sociology
       58194 SOC 201 40          Intro to Sociology                              W      7:00   9:45 3      Pitt Co Career   1        Toni Morris




Off Campus – Halifax County
These classes are offered at the following off-campus locations in Halifax County. For classes on the DCC Main
campus, please see pages 15-30. For Distance Learning classes, see pages 37-39.

Moving Voices           Moving Voices Studio, 419 Main St., South Boston, VA, 24592, Phone: 434.517.0060
SVHEC                   Southern Virginia Higher Education Center, P.O. Box 739, 820 Bruce St., South Boston, VA 24592
                        Phone: 434.572.5456
YMCA                    YMCA Building, 650 Hamilton Boulevard, South Boston, VA 24592, Phone: 434.572.8909

                               Classes will begin January 9, 2009 unless otherwise indicated.
            Registration continues until classes are filled. For more information, please call 434.572.5451or 5456.
                                  *Note: Classes will not be held on January 19, March 2-6

College Class # Cat #         Sect. Course Title                   (Dates)       Cr     Days Start End          Location              Instructor

Accounting
SVCC      45834   ACC 212 90        Principles of Accounting II                   4     W      5:30-9:30        SVHEC                  D. Nipper

Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
SVCC      45837   AIR 122 90        Air Conditioning\Refrigeration II             3     T      6:00-9:20        SVHEC                    R. Cole
SVCC      45944   AIR 124 90        Air Conditioning\Refrigeration IV             3     TH     6:00-9:20        SVHEC                   R. Elliott
SVCC      55040   AIR 195 90        Mechanical Codes                              3     M      6:00-9:00        SVHEC                    R. Cole

Administrative Support Technology
SVCC      45841   AST   102    90   Keyboarding II                                3     T      3:45-6:30        SVHEC                 S. Clowdis
SVCC      45838   AST   114    90   Keyboarding                                   2     TBA    TBA              SVHEC                     K. Whitt
DCC       68651   AST   132    7A   Word Processing: MS Word (2/16 2/25)          1     MW     6:30-10:00       SVHEC             Thelma Toone
DCC       68659   AST   133    7A   Intermediate Ms Word (3/28 & 4/4)             1     S      8:30-4:30        SVHEC             Virginia Jones
SVCC      45840   AST   141    90   Word Processing                               3     M      3:45-6:30        SVHEC                        Staff
SVCC      70417   AST   206    90   Professional Development                      3     M      6:30-9:20        SVHEC                     P. Bane
SVCC      45842   AST   244    90   Office Administration II                      3     TH     3:45-6:30        SVHEC                   I. Palmer

American Sign Language
SVCC      45891   ASL 101 90        Sign Language I                               3     TH     6:30-9:20        SVHEC              S. Furgurson

Arts
DCC       56826   ART 102 70        History & Appreciation. of Art II             3     TTH    9:30-10:45       SVHEC                 R. Mulwee
DCC       56827   ART 121 70        Drawing I                                     3     T      6:30-9:15        SVHEC                 R. Mulwee
DCC       56828   ART 122 70        Drawing II                                    3     T      6:30-9:15        SVHEC                 R. Mulwee

Biology
SVCC      45843   BIO     01   90   Foundations of Biology                        3     T      3:45-6:30        SVHEC                A. Pasciuta
SVCC      45844   BIO   100    90   Basic Human Biology                           3     M      3:45-6:30        SVHEC                A. Pasciuta
SVCC      45851   BIO   102    9A   General Biology II & Lab                      4     MW     5:30-8:30        SVHEC                  K. Fisher
SVCC      45854   BIO   231    90   Anatomy & Phys I & Lab                        4     MW     12:00-3:00       SVHEC                  K. Fisher
SVCC      70418   BIO   231    9A   Anatomy & Phys I & Lab                        4     TTH    10:00-1:00       SVHEC                  K. Fisher
SVCC      45856   BIO   232    90   Anatomy & Phys II & Lab                       4     TTH    3:00-6:00        SVHEC                  K. Fisher
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College Class # Cat #        Sect. Course Title                   (Dates)          Cr   Days Start End      Location           Instructor


Business Management & Administration
DCC      67658   BUS 100 70        Introduction To Business                        3    T     6:30-9:15     SVHEC              T. Jackson
DCC      67683   BUS 121 70        Business Mathematics I                          3    M     6:30-9:15     SVHEC      S. Garner-Coleman
DCC      67717   BUS 236 70        Communication in Management                     3    TH    6:30-9:15     SVHEC              T. Jackson

Chemistry
SVCC     45858   CHM 05       90   Dev Chemistry                                   3    TH    12:30-3:30    SVHEC           J. Fesperman

Childhood Development
DCC      57062   CHD 120 70        Introduction To Early Childhood Education       3    M     3:30-6:15     SVHEC              M. Tucker
DCC      57066   CHD 146 70        Math, Science and Soc Studies for Children      3    M     12:30-3:15    SVHEC              M. Tucker

Economics
DCC      67771   ECO 202 70        Principles of Economics II                      3    W     2:30-5:15     SVHEC         H. Kolendrianos

Electronics Technology
DCC      70486   ETR 195 70        Amateur Radio Technician (1/12-2/10)            1    T     6:30-9:15     SVHEC              C. Lowery

English
DCC      69688   ENG 01       70   Preparing For College Writing I                 3    TH    6:30-9:15     SVHEC              W. Talbott
DCC      69696   ENG 03        0   Preparing For College Writing II                3    T     6:45-9:25     SVHEC              W. Talbott
DCC      69697   ENG 03       71   Preparing For College Writing II                3    TH    6:30-9:15     SVHEC           A. Gokbudak
DCC      69705   ENG 05       70   Reading Improvement II                          3    TTH   9:30-10:45    SVHEC            F. Coleman
DCC      69706   ENG 05       71   Reading Improvement II                          3    TTH   11:00-12:15   SVHEC            F. Coleman
DCC      69707   ENG 05       72   Reading Improvement II                          3    T     4:00-6:40     SVHEC            F. Coleman
DCC      57174   ENG 111      70   College Composition I                           3    MW    9:30-10:45    SVHEC                K. Millar
SVCC     45860   ENG 111      90   College Composition I                           3    M     9:00-12:00    SVHEC              A. Conner
DCC      57191   ENG 112      70   College Composition II                          3    MW    8:00-9:15     SVHEC            M. Jackson
DCC      57192   ENG 112      71   College Composition II                          3    TH    6:30-9:15     SVHEC                K. Millar
SVCC     45861   ENG 112      90   College Composition II                          3    M     1:00-4:00     SVHEC              A. Conner
DCC      57251   ENG 242      70   Survey of American Literature II                3    MW    9:30-10:45    SVHEC            M. Jackson

Fire Science
SVCC     68649   FST 120 VC1 Occupational Safety and Health                        3    M     6:00-8:50     SVHEC                B. Hyde
SVCC     68658   FST 235 VC1 Strategy and Tactics                                  3    W     6:00-8:50     SVHEC                B. Hyde

Health
DCC      68070   HLT 116 70        Personal Wellness                               3    MW    4:30-5:45     SVHEC                P. Wells
DCC      68072   HLT 121 70        Intro. To Drug Use and Abuse                    3    TTH   4:30-5:45     SVHEC                P. Wells
SVCC     45868   HLT 230 90        Principles of Nutrition                         3    TH    6:30-9:20     SVHEC             B. Whitlock

History
DCC      57307   HIS 102 70        History of Western Civilization II              3    MW    11:00-12:15   SVHEC                J. Ward
DCC      57329   HIS 121 70        United States History I                         3    T     6:30-9:15     SVHEC                J. Ward
DCC      57336   HIS 122 70        United States History II                        3    TTH   11:00-12:15   SVHEC                J. Ward

Human Services
SVCC     45870   HMS 141      90   Group Dynamics I                                3    W     1:00-4:00     SVHEC              J. Caknipe
SVCC     45872   HMS 227      90   Helper As A Change Agent                        3    W     9:00-12:00    SVHEC              J. Caknipe
SVCC     45873   HMS 234      90   Managing Senior Programs                        3    F     1:45-4:30     SVHEC              J. Caknipe
SVCC     45874   HMS 236      90   Gerontology                                     3    F     10:30-1:15    SVHEC              J. Caknipe

Humanities
SVCC     45916   HUM 100 90        Survey of Humanities                            3    T     8:30-11:30    SVHEC                P. Ward
DCC      57481   HUM 165 70        Controversial Issues                            3    W     3:30-6:15     SVHEC              D. Adams

Information Technology Essentials
DCC      68188   ITE   115   70    Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications       3    M     9:00-11:45    SVHEC           C. Satterfield
DCC      68192   ITE   115   70L   Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications Lab   1    W     9:00-10:40    SVHEC           C. Satterfield
SVCC     45875   ITE   115   90    Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications       4    TTH   6:30-8:30     SVHEC                P. Bane
SVCC     45876   ITE   115   9A    Intro to Computer Concepts & Applications       4    TTH   8:00-10:00    SVHEC                K. Whitt
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College Class # Course # Sect. Course Title                                         Cr   Day   Time          Location             Instructor


SVCC    45878   ITE   195   90    Intro to Microcomputers                           4    TTH   4:30-6:30     SVHEC                   K. Whitt
DCC     68613   ITE   101   7A    Intro. to Microcomputers (Jan. 17 & 24)           1    S     8:30-4:30     SVHEC                 P. Murphy
DCC     68680   ITE   131   7A    Survey of Internet Services (Feb. 7 & 14)         1    S     8:30-4:30     SVHEC                      Staff
DCC     68684   ITE   131   7B    Survey of Internet Services (Mar. 9,11,16,& 18)   1    MW    6:30-10:00    SVHEC                      Staff
DCC     68668   ITE   141   7A    Intro. to Spreadsheets (Mar. 23,25 & Apr. 1)      1    MW    6:30-10:00    SVHEC                      Staff
DCC     68634   ITE   195   7A    TekXam Certification Prep. (Mar. 14 & 21)         1    S     8:30-4:30     SVHEC                 P. Murphy
DCC     68641   ITE   195   7B    PowerPoint (Feb. 2,4,9,& 11 )                     1    MW    6:30-10:00    SVHEC                      Staff
DCC     68675   ITE   195   7C    Intermediate Excel ( Apr. 18 & 25)                1    S     8:30-4:30     SVHEC                  V. Jones

Information Technology Networking
SVCC    45879   ITN 107 90        PC Hardware & Troubleshooting I                   3    TH    6:30-9:30     SVHEC                 C. Lowery

Information Technology Programming
DCC     68520   ITP 100 70        Software Design                                   3    M     3:00-5:45     SVHEC              C. Satterfield

Mathematics
DCC     69648   MTH 02      70    Basic Arithmetic                                  5    TTH   8:00-9:15     SVHEC                C. Hatcher
                                                                                         T     9:30-11:10    SVHEC
DCC     69661   MTH 03      70    Basic Algebra I                                   5    TTH   11:30-12:45   SVHEC                C. Hatcher
                                                                                         TH    9:30-11:10    SVHEC
SVCC    45880   MTH 02       90   Basic Math                                        4    MW    4:00-6:00     SVHEC              G. Anderson
SVCC    45881   MTH 02       9A   Basic Math                                        4    MW    4:00-6:00     SVHEC                 J. Rogers
SVCC    45882   MTH 03       90   Basic Algebra I                                   4    MW    4:00-6:15     SVHEC          C. Lowery-Carter
SVCC    45883   MTH 04       90   Basic Algebra II                                  4    TTH   4:00-6:00     SVHEC          C. Lowery-Carter
SVCC    45884   MTH 163      90   Precalculus                                       3    T     6:30-9:20     SVHEC          C. Lowery-Carter
SVCC    45885   MTH 241      90   Statistics                                        3    TH    6:30-9:20     SVHEC          C. Lowery-Carter
SVCC    68639   MTH 274     VC1   Calculus II                                       3    M-F   8;00-8:50     SVHEC                T. Hudson

Nursing
SVCC    45886   NUR 120     90    Nursing Terminology                               2    T     6:30-9:20     SVHEC                 T. Reaves
SVCC    45887   NUR 135     9A    Drug Dosage                                       2    M     4:30-6:30     SVHEC                  C. Crews
DCC     70683   NUR 25      7A    Nursing Assistant                                 3    M-F   8:30-3:30     SVHEC                   K. Bean
DCC     70679   NUR 27      7A    Nurse Aide I (1/12-2/27)                          3    M-F   8:30-3:30     SVHEC                   K. Bean
DCC     70692   NUR 98      7A    Seminar and Project                               3    M-F   8:30-3:30     SVHEC                   K. Bean
DCC     70691   NUR 25      7B    Nursing Assistant                                 3    M-F   8:30-3:30     SVHEC                   K. Bean
DCC     70690   NUR 98      7B    Seminar and Project (4/6-5/22)                    3    M-F   8:30-3:30     SVHEC                   K. Bean
DCC     70692   NUR 27      7B    Nurse Aide I                                      3    M-F   8:30-3:30     SVHEC                   K. Bean

Physical Education & Recreation
DCC     58071   PED   103   70    Aerobic Fitness I                                 1    TTH   8:30-9:30     YMCA          A. Bueche-Stanger
DCC     58074   PED   109   70    Yoga                                              1    MW    4:30-5:30     YMCA               M. Covington
SVCC    45945   PED   129   90    Self Defense                                      2    M     1:30-3:30     Moving Voices           R. Cole
SVCC    45946   PED   129   9A    Self Defense                                      2    W     1:30-3:30     Moving Voices           R. Cole
DCC     58086   PED   141   70    Swimming I                                        1    MWF   9:30-10:30    YMCA          A. Bueche-Stanger

Psychology
SVCC    45888   PSY 200 90        Principles of Psychology                          3    T     6:30-9:20     SVHEC                      Staff
SVCC    70420   PSY 215 90        Abnormal Psychology                               3    F     8:00-10:45    SVHEC                J. Caknipe
SVCC    45889   PSY 230 90        Developmental Psychology                          3    M     6:30-9:20     SVHEC                      Staff

Sociology
SVCC    45892   SOC 200     90    Principles of Sociology                           3    F     8:30-11:30    SVHEC                   T. Owen
SVCC    70421   SOC 200     9A    Principles of Sociology                           3    TH    6:30-9:30     SVHEC                   T. Owen
SVCC    45913   SOC 215     90    Sociology of the Family                           3    TH    6:30-9:20     SVHEC                        Staff
DCC     59145   SOC 236     70    Criminology                                       3    T     6:30-9:15     SVHEC                      J. Wilt

Speech and Drama
DCC     58050   SPD 100 70        Principles of Public Speaking                     3    M     3:30-6:15     SVHEC                 M. Adams

Student Development
DCC     69992   SDV 100 70 College Success Skills (1/14-3/11)                       1    W     4:00-5:40     SVHEC                 R. Brown
SVCC    45894   SDV 100 90 College Success Skills (1/21-2/25)                       1    W     3:00-5:15     SVHEC                T. Jackson
SVCC    45895   SDV 100 9A College Success Skills (3/10-4/14)                       1    M     3:00-5:15     SVHEC                T. Jackson
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Distance Learning Classes 
DCC has expanded its distance learning offerings. The courses require the student to be self-motivated, to receive and
submit most course materials in written form, and to have and be comfortable using the required technology for the
course. Always check with the instructor if you have questions. The distance learning courses are available in a variety
of formats, including:
         Web-based - courses delivered entirely online
         Hybrid - courses that are offered online and through limited in-class instruction
         Interactive video - courses which include real-time, two-way audio and video communication at local and
            remote sites
         Video-based/DVD - courses where materials are checked out and the work is completed at home, independent
            of the classroom.
  Class #   Cat #      Sect.    Course Title                                            Cr. Days       Start   End      Location                 Instructor

Accounting
  67157     ACC 241 W1        Auditing I                                             3                                                           Lester Hall
            ACC 241-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ehall@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

Administration of Justice
  56786     ADJ 145 W1        Corrections and the Community                              3                                                        John Wilt
            ADJ 145-W1 is a web-based course. Contact jwilt@dcc.vccs.edu
  56823     ADJ 215 W1        Report Writing                                             3                                                Christopher Wiles
            ADJ 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact cwiles@dcc.vccs.edu
  56824     ADJ 257 W1        Loss Prevention                                            3                                                        John Wilt
            ADJ 257-W1 is a web-based course. Contact jwilt@dcc.vccs.edu

Business Management and Administration
  67699     BUS 147 W1        Intro to Business Information Systems                  3                                                           Lester Hall
            BUS 147-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ehall@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.
  67721     BUS 255 W1        Inventory & Warehouse Mgmt.                            3                                                     David Bonebright
            BUS 255-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dbonebright@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

Childhood Development
  57070     CHD 270 W1        Administration of Childcare Programs                   3                                                       Dianna Forrest
            CHD 270-W1 is a web-based course. For information contact dforrest@dcc.vccs.edu

Education
  57143     EDU 235 W1            Health, Safety, and Nutrition Education               3                                                     Dianna Forrest
            EDU 235-W1 is a web-based course. An orientation will be held on 1/15/09 from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. in the Carrington Child Care Center. For
            info, contact dforrest@dcc.vccs.edu.

English
  57175     ENG 111 W1        College Composition I                                      3                                                      Sherry Gott
            ENG 111-W1 is a web-based course. Contact sgott@dcc.vccs.edu
  57176     ENG 111 W2        College Composition I                                      3                                               VonKarowsky-Nelson
            ENG 111-W2 is a web-based course. Contact kvonkar-nelson@dcc.vccs.edu
  57193     ENG 112 W1        College Composition II                                     3                                                  Theodore Maier
            ENG 112-W1 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
  57194     ENG 112 W2        College Composition II                                     3                                                       J. Whitfield
            ENG 112-W2 is a web-based course. Contact jwhitfield@dcc.vccs.edu
  62310     ENG 112 W3        College Composition II                                     3                                                  Theodore Maier
            ENG 112-W3 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
  57227     ENG 241 W1        Survey of American Literature I                            3                                                  Theodore Maier
            ENG 241-W1 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
  57252     ENG 242 W1        Survey of American Literature II                           3                                                      Sherry Gott
            ENG 242-W1 is a web-based course. Contact sgott@dcc.vccs.edu
  57253     ENG 242 W2        Survey of American Literature II                           3                                                  Theodore Maier
            ENG 242-W2 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
  57255     ENG 243 W1        Survey of English Literature I                             3                                                      Sherry Gott
            ENG 243-W1 is a web-based course. Contact sgott@dcc.vccs.edu
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                                                                                                        Distance Learning Classes (continued)
  Class #   Cat #      Sect.     Course Title                                             Cr. Days      Start    End    Location                    Instructor


Financial Services
  67946     FIN 215 W1         Financial Management                                   3                                                         Larry Heldreth
            FIN 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact lheldreth@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

Geography
  57268     GEO 210 W1        People & Land: Intro Cultural Geography                     3                                                       David Harris
            GEO 210-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dharris@dcc.vccs.edu
  57269     GEO 220 W1        World Regional Geography                                    3                                                       David Harris
            GEO 220-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dharris@dcc.vccs.edu

Graphic Imaging Technology
  66357     PNT 211 W1        Composition Technology I                                  3     T       12:00 2:50      EIT 26                     Sheila Wright
            PNT 211-W1 is a web-based course, but requires some in-class instruction. Contact swright@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.
  66360     PNT 231 W1        Lithographic Chemistry I                                  2                                                        Sheila Wright
            PNT 231-W1 is a web-based course. Contact swright@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.
  66369     PNT 298 W1        Seminar and Project Adv Seminar                           2                                                        Sheila Wright
            PNT 298-W1 is a web-based course. Contact swright@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

History
  57295     HIS 102 H1          History of Western Civilization II                           3 TH          9:30 10:45 Temple 204                 Ana Ruiz-Fodor
            HIS 102-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
  57308     HIS 102 W1          History of Western Civilization II                           3                                                     Mark Wallace
            HIS 102-W1 is a web-based course. Contact mwallace@dcc.vccs.edu
  57334     HIS 122 H1          United States History II                                     3     T       9:30 10:45 Temple 204                   Mark Wallace
            HIS 122-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
  57337     HIS 122 W1          United States History II                                     3                                                     Mark Wallace
            HIS 122-W1 is a web-based course. Contact mwallace@dcc.vccs.edu

Health
  58357     HLT 116 V1          Personal Wellness                                         3                                                       Joseph Carr
            HLT 116-V1 is a video-based course. This course runs from 1/12 - 3/09/09.
  57383     HLT 116 V2          Personal Wellness                                         3                                                       Joseph Carr
            HLT 116-V2 is a video-based course. This course runs from 3/16 - 5/4/09.
  57388     HLT 116 W1          Personal Wellness                                         3                                                         Lynn Dillon
            HLT 116-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ldillon@dcc.vccs.edu
  62997     HLT 141 W1          Terminology                                               1                                                     Bonnie Cooley
            HLT 141-W1 is a web-based course. Contact bcooley@dcc.vccs.edu
  57392     HLT 200 W1          Human Sexuality                                           3                                                         Lynn Dillon
            HLT 200-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ldillon@dcc.vccs.edu
  57350     HLT 204 W1          Women’s Health                                            3                                                     Luci Satterfield
            HLT 204-W1 is a web-based course. Contact lsatterfield@dcc.vccs.edu
  57393     HLT 215 W1          Personal Stress and Stress Management                     3                                                         Lynn Dillon
            HLT 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ldillon@dcc.vccs.edu

Humanities
  57473     HUM 165 H1         Controversial Issues                                         3     T       4:00 5:15        Temple 1          Sabryna Hamilton
            HUM 165-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
  57477     HUM 165 W1         Controversial Issues                                         3                                                Sabryna Hamilton
            HUM 165-W1 is a web-based course. Contact shamilton@dcc.vccs.edu
  57485     HUM 295 H1         Controversial Issues in Religion                             3 TH          3:30 4:45        Temple 1            Donald Bowden
            HUM 295-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.

Information Technology Database
  67954     ITD 110 W1           Web Page Design I                                          3                                                  Amy Abbott
            ITD 110-W1 is a web-based class. For more info, see http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidelin.htm Students must contact the
                 instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.
  68013     ITD 112 W1           Designing Web Page Graphics                                3                                                  Amy Abbott
            ITD 112-W1 is a web-based class. For more info, see http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidel12.htm Students must contact the
                 instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.

Information Technology Essentials
  68401     ITE 130 W1            Intro. to Internet Services                             3                                                  Amy Abbott
            ITE 130-W1 is a web-based class. For more info. See http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidelin128.HTM Students must contact the
            instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.
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          Distance Learning Classes (continued)
  Class #    Cat #      Sect.     Course Title                                             Cr. Days      Start    End     Location                     Instructor


  68459      ITE 195 W1             Intro. DreamWeaver, Fireworks, & Flash C3              3                                                 Amy Abbott
             ITE 195-W1 is a web-based class. For more info. See http://learn.dcc.vccs.edu/ftp/dcabboa/promo/guidelinemx.HTM Students must contact the
             instructor by email, aabbott@dcc.vccs.edu to get instructions to begin class.

Marketing
  69231      MKT 281 W1        Principles of Internet Marketing                     3                                                            Vincent Decker
             MKT 281-W1 is a web-based course. Contact vdecker@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

Mathematics
  69663      MTH 4      W1       Basic Algebra II                                          5                                                         Mary Motley
             A mandatory orientation will be held 4 p.m. 1/7/09 in Wyatt 201. Contact mmotley@dcc.vccs.edu before registering.

Natural Sciences
  57513      NAS 105 W1        Natural Science Topic For Modern Society                     3                                                     Dennis Blalock
             NAS 105-W1 is a web-based course. Contact dblalock@dcc.vccs.edu

Political Science
  57522      PLS 211 W1         U. S. Government I                                 3                                                          K. VonKarowsky-Nelson
             PLS 211-W1 is a web-based course. Contact kvonkar-nelson@dcc.vccs.edu
  57523      PLS 212 W1         U.S. Government II                                 3                                                          K. VonKarowsky-Nelson
             PLS 212-W1 is a web-based course. Contact kvonkar-nelson@dcc.vccs.edu

Psychology
  57967      PSY 200 W1        Principles of Psychology                                     3                                                         C. Cousins
             PSY 200-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ccousins@dcc.vccs.edu
  57969      PSY 201 W1        Introduction To Psychology I                                 3                                                          C.Cousins
             PSY 201-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ccousins@dcc.vccs.edu
  57973      PSY 202 W1        Introduction To Psychology II                                3                                                          C.Cousins
             PSY 202-W1 is a web-based course. Contact ccousins@dcc.vccs.edu
  57974      PSY 202 W2        Introduction To Psychology II                                3                                                     Melissa Layne
             PSY 202-W2 is a web-based course. Contact mlayne@dcc.vccs.edu
  57977      PSY 230 W1        Developmental Psychology                                     3                                                     Melissa Layne
             PSY 230-W1 is a web-based course. Contact mlayne@dcc.vccs.edu
  57978      PSY 230 W2        Developmental Psychology                                     3                                                    R. Jahrsdoerfer
             PSY 230-W2 is a web-based course. Contact rjahrsdoerfer@dcc.vccs.edu

Religion
  57979      REL 210 H1         Survey of The New Testament                                   3     T       2:00 3:15        Temple 205            Lee Hagwood
             REL 210-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.

Student Development
  66499S     SDV 195 W1         Electronic Portfolio                                1                                                            Robert Huffman
             SDV 195-W1 is a web-based course. Contact rhuffman@dcc.vccs.edu to begin class.

Sociology
  58023      SOC 200 H1         Principles of Sociology                                      3     T       12:30 1:45       Temple 205             Joann Moore
             SOC 200-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
  58024      SOC 200 W1         Principles of Sociology                                      3                                                Angela McAdams
             SOC 200-W1 is a web-based course. Contact amcadams@dcc.vccs.edu

  58031      SOC 215 W1        Soc of The Family                                            3                                                  Angela McAdams
             SOC 215-W1 is a web-based course. Contact amcadams@dcc.vccs.edu

  58021      SOC 268 H1         Social Problems                                              3     T       9:30 10:45 Temple 205                    Vickie Taylor
             SOC 268-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.

Spanish
  58037      SPA 102 W1         Beginning Spanish II                                          4                                                  Theodore Maier
             SPA 102-W1 is a web-based course. Contact tmaier@dcc.vccs.edu
  58045      SPA 104 H1         Basic Spoken Spanish II                                       3     T       5:00 7:15        Temple 204          Ana Ruiz-Fodor
             SPA 104-H1 is a hybrid course. Students will meet 1/2 of their in-class instruction through blackboard or other media based instruction.
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                                                    In a Time Crunch?
                                 Try DCC’s New Mini-Semester Classes
Question: What is DCC’s new mini-semester?

Answer: It is a special session of the Spring Semester with classes starting later than the regular classes in March.
Be aware that these late-start or mini-semester classes meet the same number of hours, cover the same amount of
material, but have different beginning, ending and drop dates.
For more information about the courses, call the Admissions Office at 434.797.8467.
Class# Cat#         Sect.   Course Title                               Days   Start End Credit Location              Instructor         Dates

Administrative Support Technology
69591   AST 117     20      Keyboarding For Comp. Usage                TH     6:30    7:50    1   Taylor 101         Staff              3/12 - 5/11
68453   AST 132     90      Word Processing: MS Word                   T      6:00    9:30    1   RCATT 137          Rhonda Jones       3/10 - 5/11
69630   AST 132     3A      Word Processing: MS Word                   MW     8:30    12:00   1   North Main 1       Staff              3/16 - 5/11
69572   AST 132     5A      Word Processing: MS Word                   TH     6:00    9:30    1   Cascade 1          Chris Mitchell     3/12 - 5/11
68659   AST 133     7A      Intermediate Ms Word                       S      8:30    4:30    1   SVHEC 04           Virginia Jones     3/28 - 5/11

Basic Skills
69420   BSK 103 Basic Whole Numbers                                    TTH    9:30    10:45   1   Temple 101         Candace Cooper     3/10 - 4/20
                                                                       TTH    8:00    9:15        Temple 101         Stephanie Mace
69421   BSK 1 04            Basic Whole Numbers                        TTH    8:00    9:15    1   Temple 101         Stephanie Mace     4/7 - 4/30
                                                                       TTH    9:30    10:45       Temple 101         Candace Cooper
69417   BSK 1 COMB Basic Whole Numbers                                 TTH    8:00    9:15    2   Temple 101         Stephanie Mace     3/10 - 5/11
                                                                       TTH    9:30    10:45       Temple 101         James Sutherland   3/10 - 5/11
69447   BSK     2   03      Fractions                                  TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 201         Gail Neal          3/10 - 4/02
69448   BSK     2   04      Fractions                                  TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 201         Gail Neal          4/7 - 4/30
69456   BSK     3   03      Decimals                                   TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Paula Smith        3/10 - 4/12
69457   BSK     3   04      Decimals                                   TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Paula Smith        4/7 - 4/30
69479   BSK     4   03      Percents                                   TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Mary Motley        3/10 - 4/2
69480   BSK     4   04      Percents                                   TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Mary Motley        4/7 - 4/130
69487   BSK     5   03      Geometry, Meas. & Applications             TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Molly Mauldin      4/7 - 4/30
69488   BSK     5   04      Geometry, Meas. & Applications             TTH    8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Molly Mauldin      4/7 - 5/11
69495   BSK     6   03      Real Numbers                               MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 101         Christy Hatcher    3/9 - 4/1
69496   BSK     6   04      Real Numbers                               MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 101         Christy Hatcher    4/6 - 4/29
69519   BSK     7   03      Basic Algebra Concepts                     MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 201         Gail Neal          3/9 - 4/1
69520   BSK     7   04      Basic Algebra Concepts                     MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 201         Gail Neal          4/6 - 4/29
69524   BSK     8   03      Factoring Poly., Solving Quad. Equations   MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Stephanie Mace     3/9 - 4/1
69525   BSK     8   04      Factoring Poly., Solving Quad. Equations   MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Stephanie Mace     4/6 - 4/29
69550   BSK     9   03      Graph. & Solv. Sys. of Eq. & Inequal.      MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         James Sutherland   3/9 - 4/1
69551   BSK     9   04      Graph. & Solv. Sys. of Eq. & Inequal.      MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         James Sutherland   4/6 - 4/29
69556   BSK    10   03      Rational Expressions & Radicals & Roots    MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Gail Stilwell      3/9 - 4/1
69557   BSK    10   04      Rational Expressions & Radicals & Roots    MW     8:00    10:45   1   Temple 122         Gail Stilwell      4/6 - 4/29
70618   BSK    41   02      Language Arts, Level 1                     MW     12:30   1:20    1   Temple 201         Laura Powell       3/9 - 5/11
69805   BSK    93   01B     Writing & Reading I                        TTH    12:30   1:20    1   Temple 201         Millie Dunston     3/10 - 4/30
                                                                       TTH    1:30    2:20    1   Temple 201         Jennifer Colbert
69817   BSK 95 01B          Writing & Reading II                       TTH    12:30   1:45    1   Temple 206         Rosalind Morton    3/10 - 4/30
                                                                       TTH    2:00    3:15    1   Temple 206         Katherine Stoyer

Business Management and Administration
69617   BUS 100 20          Introduction to Business                   TTH    2:00    4:45    3   Taylor 204         Staff              3/12 - 4/30
69632   BUS 121 20          Business Mathematics I                     MW     2:00    4:45    3   Taylor 204         Staff              3/16 - 5/4


Cosmetology
67265   COS 195 92          Cosmetology VIII                           T      5:30    8:45    1   Pitt. Co. Car. 1   Vikki Powell       3/24 - 4/14
67267   COS 195 92B         Barbering II                               T      5:30    8:45    1   Pitt. Co. Car. 1   Vikki Powell       3/29 – 4/14

English                                                                                                                                 57178
        ENG 111 80          College Composition I                      MW     3:30    5:55    3   LRC 004            Janine Shoemaker   3/11 - 5/4

 For	the	most	up-to-date	class	schedule	listing,	visit www.dcc.vccs.edu
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           Mini-Semester Classes (continued)
  Class# Cat#          Sect.   CourseTitle                                  Days    Start End Credit Location            Instructor         Dates


  Health
 57383    HLT 116 V2          Personal Wellness                                                    3                    Joseph Carr        3/16 - 5/4
  72968    HLT 116 80          Personal Wellness                            MW      3:30    5:55    3    Temple 109      Staff              3/11 - 5/4

  Hotel, Restaurant, Institutional Management
  67331    HRI 265 90          Hotel Front Office Oper.                     TTH     3:30    6:30    3    RCATT 140       Staff              3/10 - 5/11

  Humanities
  57480    HUM165 80           Controversial Issues                         MW      2:00    4:25    3    LRC 015         Barbara Winborn    3/11 - 5/4

  Information Technology Essentials
  69651    ITE   116   20      Survey of Computer Software Appl.            TTH     12:00   1:40    2    Taylor 103      Staff              3/12 - 4/30
  68462    ITE   141   90      Microcomp. Software: Spreadsheets            MW      6:00    9:30    1    RCATT 137       Staff              3/30 - 4/8
  68668    ITE   141   7A      Microcomp. Software: Spreadsheets            MW      6:30    10:00   1    SVHEC 04        Staff              3/23 - 4/1
  68434    ITE   195   91      TekXam Cert. Prep.                           TTH     6:00    9:30    1    RCATT 137       Staff              4/14 - 4/23
  68474    ITE   195   93      Intermediate Excel                           S       8:30    4:30    1    Wyatt 202       Staff              4/25 - 5/2
  68512    ITE   195   95      PC Repair and Upgrade                        S       8:30    4:30    1    Hill 117        Teresa Toler       4/25 - 5/2
                                                                                                                         John Heinrich
  68634    ITE 195 7A          TekXam Cert. Prep.                           S       8:30    4:30    1    SVHEC 04        Staff              3/14 - 3/21
  68675    ITE 195 7C          Intermediate Excel                           S       8:30    4:30    1    SVHEC 04        Staff              4/18 - 4/25

  Marketing
  67311    MKT 170 90          Customer Service                             T       9:00    12:30 2      RCATT 140       Betty Foster       3/10 - 5/15

  Nurse Aide
  For information about Nurse Aide classes contact Workforce Services at 434.797.8412. These courses are nine credits.

  Physical Education and Recreation
  68672    PED 123 90          Tennis I                                     T       1:00    3:00    1    Taylor 203A     Vesa Hiltunen      3/10 - 5/5
  68676    PED 123 91          Tennis I                                     T       6:00    8:00    1    Taylor 203A     Vesa Hiltunen      3/10 - 5/5
  58105    PED 150 01          Soccer I                                     TTH     3:00    4:20    1    TBA             Vesa Hiltunen      3/10 - 4/30

  Recreational Vehicle
  70069    RVH 130 90          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      3/13 - 3/15
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30
  70072    RVH 130 91          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      3/20 - 3/22
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30
  70075    RVH 130 92          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      3/27 - 3/29
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30
  70077    RVH 130 93          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      4/10 - 4/12
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30
  70083    RVH 130 94          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      4/17 - 4/19
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30
  70085    RVH 130 95          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      4/24 - 5/11
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30
  70087    RVH 130 96          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      5/1 - 5/3
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30
  70090    RVH 130 97          Beg. Motorcycle Rider Safety                 F       6:00    9:30    1    LRC 015         Mark McFaddin      5/8 - 5/10
                                                                            SSU     8:00    5:30

  Safety
  66469    SAF 195 01          Industrial Safety                            M       12:30 3:00      1    EIT 018         C. Cunningham      4/6 - 5/4


  Student Development
  62971    SDV   100   05      College Success Skills                       T       3:00    4:50    1    EIT 039         William Roche      3/17 - 4/28
  58176    SDV   100   80      College Success Skills                       T       6:00    7:35    1    Temple 205      Sabryna Hamilton   3/10 - 4/28
  69998    SDV   100   TRA1    College Success Skills                       T       12:00   1:15    1    EIT 018         Alexis Ehrhardt    3/10 - 4/28
  69999    SDV   100   TRA2    College Success Skills                       TH      3:00    4:40    1    Womack 110      Alexis Ehrhardt    3/12 – 4/30
  69564    SDV   106   1A      Job Search Strategies                        TTH     8:30    12:00   1    Camp Grove 1    Staff              4/7 - 4/16

  Speech and Drama
  58051    SPD 100 80          Principles of Public Speaking                TTH     3:30    5:55    3    Temple 109      Darci Adams        3/10 - 4/30
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     Is a Learning                                         DEVELOPMENTAL LEARNING COMMUNITY DV87 SPRING 2009

      Community
                                                    TIME          MON           TUES          WED            THUR
                                                    8:30-9:20                   PED 107       SDV 104        PED 107

           for You?                                 9:30-10:20    MTH 1
                                                                                Early
                                                                                MTH
                                                                                              Cooper
                                                                                              SDV 100
                                                                                                             Early
                                                                                                             MTH 1
It could be. Faculty advisors may register                        Cooper        Cooper        Arnn           Cooper
students in either of the two learning              10:30-11:45   ENG 8         ENG 8         ENG 8          ENG 8
communities for developmental studies shown
below. ENG 8 is for students needing either
                                                                  Hall          Arnn          Hall           Arnn
developmental writing or reading at any
developmental level, including ENG 1, ENG 3,
ENG 4, or ENG 5. Students must be registered               DEVELOPMENTAL LEARNING COMMUNITY     DV88 SPRING 2009
in all learning community courses, including        TIME           MON          TUES          WED             THUR
the associated SDV, PED and MTH sections.
Students in this community take the first half of   8:00-9:15      ENG 8        ENG 8          ENG 8          ENG 8
MTH 2 in the MTH 1 section as shown. In this                       Hall         Arnn           Hall           Arnn
section, the student will cover the first half of
MTH 2 content; and, if successful, will take the    9:30-10:20                  PED 107        SDV 100        PED 107
second half of MTH 2 in the following semester.                                 Early          Arnn/Cooper    Early
The theme for the developmental learning
communities is “diversity.” Diversity comes in      11:00-11:50    MTH 1        MTH 1          SDV 100        MTH 1
many forms and includes ethnic, religious, and                     Cooper       Cooper         Arnn           Cooper
cultural diversity. Students will explore issues
relating to diversity through directed readings     12:00-12:50                                SDV 104
and writing assignments.                                                                       Cooper




Upcoming Events - Mark Your Calendar!
February 2009                                                         March 2009
African-American History Month                                        Women’s History and Awareness Month
2 - Cultural Awareness Day                                            Theme: “Health & Fitness”
3 - Lecture, 11 a.m., Oliver Hall                                     10 - Proper Stretching, 11 a.m., Womack Building
5 - Apollo@DCC, 11 a.m., Oliver Hall                                  11 - Wednesday Fitness Session, 12 noon,
      Annual Poetry Café, 5:30 p.m., Temple 109                            Womack Building
10 - African-American History Challenge, 11 a.m.,                     12 - Relaxation Through Massage, 11 a.m.,
      Oliver Hall                                                          Womack Building
12 - Apollo@DCC, 11 a.m., Oliver Hall                                 13 - Women in the Arts Presentation, 7 p.m.,
13 - African-American Arts Program, 7 p.m.,                                Oliver Hall
      Oliver Hall                                                     17 - Book Review “Academic Mommas”
16 - Sickle Cell Anemia Trait Testing and Annual                      18 - Wednesday Fitness Session, 12 noon,
      Fundraising Drive, 10 a.m.-12 noon                                   Womack Building
17 - Apollo@DCC, 11 a.m., Oliver Hall                                 19 - Lecture: “Women in Non-Traditional Careers”,
19 - Lecture, 11 a.m., Oliver Hall                                         11 a.m., Oliver Hall
20 - Gospel Choir Fest, 7 p.m., Oliver Hall                           20 - “Green Tea”, 3-5 p.m., Womack Building
24 - Baba Jamal Koram & Nguza Saba Dance                              24 - Lecture: “Domestic Violence”, 11 a.m.,
      Company, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Oliver Hall                             Womack Building
26 - Apollo@DCC, 11 a.m., Oliver Hall                                 25 - Wednesday Fitness Session, 12 noon,
27 - Annual Step Show, 7 p.m., Oliver Hall                                 Womack Building
                                                                      26 - Cookout – 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., McGovern Garden
Spring Break           March 2-6, 2009 (No classes)                   27 - Lecture: “Women in Politics”, 7 p.m.,
                                                                           Oliver Hall
                                                                      31 - Lecture: “Getting Unstuck”, by Dr. Sherri
Celebration of the Arts March 30 – April 2                                 Lawson Clark, Research Scientist with Duke
• Tidewater Guitar Orchestra, date and time TBA                            University’s Social Science Research Institute.
• Los Gatos, a Latin jazz band project, date and time                      Dr. Lawson Clark is a cultural anthropologist with
  TBA                                                                      extensive training in ethnographic and qualitative
                                                                           methods.
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                                     WORKFORCE SERVICES
Manufacturing Technician Program To Start
Another Training Group
   The Manufacturing Technician              Justin Belcher                                      Other cohorts are starting soon.
Certification program is now recruiting      Donna Bond                                        For more information, please contact
its fifth cohort of students interested in   Chad Clifford                                     the Workforce Services Office at
seeking a strong knowledge of the skills     Ted Dalton                                        434.797.6437, or
required by today’s manufacturers. The       Scott Dunevant                                    email info@dcc.vccs.edu.
DCC program is offered in cooperation        Brandon Edmonds
with area companies and organizations.       Sharon George
Recently, two of the graduates of            Shannon Greene
the first cohort, James Evans and            George Guinn, IV
Shawn Crews, were featured in a              Susan Holland
documentary, produced by Al Jazeera          Jerry Hudgins
English and broadcast internationally.       Lindsey Iahn
To view the two-part program, go to          Drucilla Inge
this link: http://english.aljazeera.net/     Amber Jones
programmes/general/2008/10/                  Edwin Jones
20081012133346833289.html.                   Louie Jones
   Graduates of the third cohort were:       Angela Snipes
                                             Beverley Wentz                                                   Smiling faces of the third cohort.




Industrial Maintenance Offered In Flexible Format
                                             during the week is dependent on the               time frame of the offerings. Students
   Danville Community College is
                                             equipment availability and permission             receive college credit for successful
offering the Industrial Maintenance
                                             of the instructor.                                completion, as well as the opportunity
courses in a new format this spring.
                                                All the courses are delivered in               to apply course credits to an Associate
The courses are being offered in an
                                             a hands-on style using the latest                 of Applied Science Degree program.
open-entry, open-exit (OEE) format
                                             technology found in today’s industry.                For more information, contact
providing students the flexibility of
                                                The OEE format has been very                   Gerald Sexton at 434.797.8565, or
enrolling any time during the semester.
                                             popular with local industry due to the            email: gsexton@dcc.vccs.edu.
Classes are offered on Tuesday-
Thursday evenings, from 4 - 10 p. m.         content, style of delivery, flexibility and
in the Industrial Maintenance Lab at
DCC’s Regional Center for Advanced
Technology and Training (RCATT),                     Open Entry, Open Exit courses
located at 121 Slayton Ave., in Danville.            offered include:
   Students register for the courses the
same as they would any other DCC                     Course #         Course Name                                           Credit Hours
course. The only difference is the
flexible starting and ending times for               MEC    195       Applications in Mechanical Systems I, II, III                   5
the OEE courses. Class materials are                 ELE    115       Applications in Basic Electricity I                             2
                                                     MEC    195       Applications in Fluid Power I & II                              4
provided the student at a cost of $25
                                                     MEC    195       Applications in Fluid Power III & Hydraulics Troubleshooting    3
per credit and is payable at the RCATT               MEC    195       Applications in Hydraulics I                                    3
facility.                                            MEC    195       Applications in Hydraulics Troubleshooting                      2
   Once enrolled the student has 16                  MEC    195       Applications in Hydraulics /Pnuematics III (Pump Systems)       2
weeks to complete the course. For                    ELE    195       Applications in Motor Control I                                 3
example, a student enrolled in a                     MEC    195       Applications in Pneumatics                                      3
four-credit course could complete the                MEC    195       Applications in Fluid Mechanics                                 2
course by attending one four-hour class              MEC    195       Applications in Pneumatics Troubleshooting                      2
                                                     ETR    195       Applications in Basic Electronics                               3
per week during the 16- week period.
                                                     ELE    195       Applications in Motor Control II                                1
Students also have the flexibility of                ELE    195       Applications in Basic PLC’s - A-B Cntrl. Logix                  3
completing courses earlier by attending              ELE    195       Applications. in Basic PLC’s - Siemens Step 7                   3
more classes per week. The number                    ELE    195       Applications in Process Control                                 2
of times a student can attend class
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                                    WORKFORCE SERVICES
                              National Science Foundation Funds DCC
                                            Nanotechnology Program
   Danville Community College and          science of nanotechnology. The               will serve as co-Principal Investigators.
Luna Innovations Incorporated have         training programs we will develop                “Our goal is to fully prepare
entered into a partnership to provide      through this funding will provide            students to work in a nanotechnology
nanotechnology technician training         promising career opportunities on a          lab, thoroughly familiarizing them with
to Southside Virginia residents. The       local level for displaced workers as well    the operation of such items as scanning
partnership is being funded through        as students graduating from our local        electron microscopes, atomic force
a three-year, $638,000 grant from the      high schools.”                               microscopes, photospectrometers,
National Science Foundation, which            The new nanotechnology track              and other high-end equipment
the NSF announced award of recently        will be part of DCC’s Advanced               found in nanotech labs,” Franklin
to DCC.                                    Manufacturing Technology program.            said. “A benefit to this program is
   “This funding will help develop a       DCC students can earn the Associate          that the students’ understanding of
curriculum that will not                                                                            this equipment and of
only provide students with                                                                          detailed lab procedures
technical skills, but includes                                                                      and	R&D	(Research	and	
hands-on experience in                                                                              Development) protocol
using scientific instruments,”                                                                      will not only prepare
Dr. Kent Murphy,                                                                                    them for jobs in nanotech
Chairman and CEO of Luna                                                                            labs, but pretty much any
Innovations Inc., noted.                                                                            advanced quality or product
“The new program will aid                                                                           testing lab throughout the
in building a workforce that                                                                        manufacturing industry.”
will be ready to work in this promising    of Applied Science degree in the                 Another significant project partner
new technology field.”                     Nanotechnology Technician track.             is the Danville Science Center, which
   Headquartered in Roanoke, VA,           Through a partnership with the               will develop summer nanotechnology
Luna opened its nanoWorks division         University	of	Virginia,	upon	graduation	     workshops for secondary school
in Danville in 2005 in a former tobacco    DCC students will have the choice of         teachers to help extend the
warehouse that has been renovated          pursuing an advanced degrees in the          nanotechnology program’s reach into
into an ultramodern 24,000-square-         state university system, or they can         local middle and high schools.
foot manufacturing and research            choose to go to work directly in the            The program calls for the
development facility.                      nanotechnology field as a technician.        educational materials developed in
   The company’s competitive                  “The curricula will focus heavily         this project to later be applied toward
edge comes from its technology in          on laboratory skills and associated          development of a national industry
carbon nanomaterials. Luna has an          scientific theories applicable to the area   certification program. DCC’s goal is
exclusive license on a material known      of nanoscience and nanotechnology,”          to become an authorized training and
as Trimetasphere® , which is being         commented Dr. Mukesh Chhajer,                testing institution, where technicians
developed for applications in the fields   who, as Associate Professor of Physics       from	across	the	southeastern	United	
of medical, energy, and defense. Luna      at DCC, will serve as the NSF’s              States could participate to earn
is the only company in the world to        Principal Investigator to develop this       prestigious industry-recognized
manufacture this molecule.                 program. Mukesh will be supported            nanotechnician certifications.
   In receiving the NSF award, DCC         by Dr. Brian Holloway, Director of              For more information, contact
President Dr. Carlyle Ramsey stated,       the Nanomaterials Research Group             the Workforce Services Office at
“We are truly proud that the National      at Luna, and Jerry Franklin, DCC’s           434.797.6437, or email info@dcc.vccs.
Science Foundation recognizes our          Director	of	Manufacturing	&	Technical	       edu.
region as being a leader in the exciting   Services. Both Holloway and Franklin



       Mark Your Calendar!
       DCC Spring Open House Tuesday, April 7, 2009
                                                                          Watch for More Exciting Details!
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                                      WORKFORCE SERVICES
Building Trades Recertification Classes
   The Virginia Tradesmen Continuing             Electricians               3 hours       DCC’s Workforce Services Office at
Education program is one of the                  HVAC Mechanics             3 hours       434.797.6437, or email info@dcc.
newest offerings in DCC’s Workforce              Plumbers                   3 hours       vccs.edu. For questions about pre-
Services Office. The program, designed           Gas Fitters*               1 hour        licensing, contact the Virginia Board
to assist individuals in obtaining               (*includes journeymen, master gas        of Contractors at 804.367.8511, or
needed continuing education credits.          fitters, liquefied petroleum gas fitters    visit the website of PSI Examination
The courses are recognized by the             and natural gas fitters)                    Services at http://candidate.psiexams.
Virginia’s Department of Professional            The courses cover topics such as:        com/index.jsp, click on “Candidate
and Occupational Regulation and meet          new definitions, code changes, general      Information Bulletin.  ”
the continuing education requirements         requirements, impact on the job,               The schedule of classes for Spring
of the Virginia Board of Contractors.         general use, and special equipment.         Semester 2009 is as follows:
   The required hours for each field are:        For more information, contact



                            ELECTRICAL                MECHANICAL                 PLUMBING                FUEL GAS
                            Tuesdays                  Mondays                    Wednesdays              Mondays
                            (6-9 p.m.)                (6-9 p.m.)                 (6-9 p.m.)              (6-9 p.m.)
                            Cost: $125                Cost: $125                 Cost: $125              Cost: $65

 January dates              1/13                      1/5                        1/14                    1/19
 February dates             2/10                      2/2                        2/11                    2/16
 March dates                3/10                      3/2                        3/11                    3/16
 April dates                4/14                      4/13                       4/15                    4/27
 May dates                  5/12                      5/11                       5/13                    5/25

 INSTRUCTOR                 John Thompson             Jerry Rigney               Charles Fulcher         Jerry Rigney




Robotics Anyone???
   Ever considered a career in industrial     12 noon, or evenings. The course will       RCATT, including Amatrol and Festo
automation or robotics? Danville              be divided into two parts, each lasting     trainers in electricity, motor controls,
Community College has some answers            16-weeks.                                   communication, Programmable Logic
in a new 32-week course, Introduction            “This is a four-credit course for        Controllers (PLCs), and mechatronics.
to Automation and Robotics I and              people with little or no experience         In addition, robotics will be taught
II. Best of all, the course is offered free   in automation or robotics,” Franklin        using Mitsubishi and Intelitek robots.
of charge to participants because of a        explains. It is designed to build student      “We are grateful to WIA and the
grant from the Tobacco Commission             confidence and to stimulate a desire        Tobacco Commission for funding this
and the Workforce Investment Act              to learn about and possibly consider a      course,” Franklin says. “This is a great
(WIA).                                        career path in industrial automation        opportunity to explore careers in an
   Jerry Franklin, Director of                and robotics                                exciting, new field of technology.”
Manufacturing and Technical Services,            The course will be delivered                For more information and/or to
says the college is compiling a list of       through lectures and readings, as           register for the course, contact Jerry
names of those interested in the course       well as hands-on experimentation.           Franklin at 434.797.8573, or email
and will put together classes to be           Franklin notes that the course              info@dcc.vccs.edu.
offered during the day, from 10 a.m. to       will utilize training equipment at
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                                   WORKFORCE SERVICES




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                               Learn the secrets of dynamic team         2007
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                                                                         database can help you store
                               Business and Marketing Writing            and manage information you’ve
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                               improve your company’s image and          home, or community.
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                               promoted.                                 Introduction to Microsoft Outlook
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                               Designing Effective Websites              Become a productive and confident
                               Regardless of current skills or level     Microsoft Outlook 2007 user.
                               of knowledge you’ll master the
                               basics of web design and learn how        Introduction to Microsoft
                               to build sites that are more effective.   PowerPoint 2007
                                                                         Learn how to use Microsoft
                               Distribution and Logistics                PowerPoint 2007 to create
                               Management                                impressive, professional-looking
                               Learn how to improve your                 slide presentations.
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                               company’s distribution and logistics                                               2/18/09
                               management activities, increase           Introduction to Windows Vista
                               customer satisfaction, and improve        Learn important basic skills and         3/18/09
                               operational throughput                    concepts you need to take control
                                                                         of your Windows Vista PC.                4/15/09
                               Grant Writing, A to Z
                               Learn how to research and develop         Managing Customer Service
                               relationships with potential funding      Become indispensable to any
                               sources, organize grant writing           organization by understanding
                               campaigns, and prepare proposals.         how to identify and meet customer
                                                                         needs.
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                               Discover powerful strategies for          Personal Finance
                               success in the verbal and analytical      Protect your assets and discover
                               sections of the GRE.                      how best to achieve all your
                                                                         financial goals.
                               GRE Preparation Part 2
                               Learn a variety of useful techniques      Principles of Sales Management
                               for tackling the math section of the      Master the art of managing sales
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                               Learn to program in C++, even if          Speed Spanish
                               you have no prior programming             Learn six easy recipes to glue
                               experience.                               Spanish words together into
                                                                         sentences and you’ll be engaging in
                                                                         conversational Spanish in no time.

                                 More Online Classes? See DCC Distance Learning Classes
                                 on pages 37-39.




Non-credit courses cannot fulfill degree requirements. For more information, please contact Workforce Services at 434.797.6437
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Did You Know...?
Cheryl Terry Selected for                                                          Mike Jones – Outstanding
Chancellor’s Fellowship                                                            Adjunct Instructor
   Cheryl Barksdale Terry, Director                                 Cheryl Terry      Mike Jones of the Workforce
of Business and Industry Services, has                                             Services staff has been named the 2008
been selected a Virginia Community                                                 Outstanding Adjunct Instructor. Jones,
College System Chancellor’s Faculty                                                who retired from Owens Brockway
Fellow for 2008-09. Terry, who joined                                              as a plant engineer, has been teaching
the DCC staff four years ago, is one of                                            hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical
three statewide recipients to receive                                              and electrical motor controls classes in
the grant award and a one-year leave-                                              the Industrial Maintenance program
of-absence to pursue doctoral studies.                                             for area industries.
   Terry holds a Bachelor of Science                                                  In describing Jones, Gerald
Degree in Computer Information                                                     Sexton, Coordinator of the Center for
Systems	from	DeVry	University	and	                                                 Advanced Manufacturing in Wood
a Master of Business Administration                                                Products Technology, says “Mike
Degree	from	the	University	of	Dallas.	    Mike Jones                               takes great pleasure in transferring
She is completing her studies at Old                                               the knowledge that he has gained
Dominion	University	for	a	doctorate	in	                                            from his many years in industry to the
Education, Occupational and Technical                                              adult student. He is always examining
Studies. Her focus will be in the area                                             creative ways to present instruction to
of career and technical education.                                                 help students learn.”
Her dissertation thesis is expected
to pertain to the “Academic Barriers
Faced By Displaced Workers.”




    THIS
                                            Be among the first to know when the College is
                                            closing or an emergency strikes the campus!


    IS A
                                               Sign up for the DCC Alert System. This is your personal connection
                                            to real time updates, instructions on where to go, what to do, or what
                                            not to do, who to contact and other important information.
                                               How – just go the following website on the internet:


    TEST...
                                               http://alert.dcc.vccs.edu
                                               When an incident, emergency or closing occurs, authorized senders
                                            will instantly notify you using the DCC Alert System. DCC uses the
                                            Roam Secure Alert Network to immediately contact you on one or all of
                                            your devices, such as:
                                               Email account (home, work, other)


    Have YOU
                                               Cell phone
                                               Pager
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    signed up                                  DCC Alert is a free service offered by Danville Community College.
                                            Students, parents, spouses, businesses and others are welcome


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                                            to sign up. Your wireless carrier may charge you a fee to receive
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           Alumni &                                 For more information about alumni activities, check out the new web portal:
                                                      www.dcc.vccs.edu/foundation/alumni/htm or email alumni@dcc.vccs.edu


           DCC Foundation
                    DTI Auto Mechanics Class of 1963 Enjoys 45th Reunion
                                                                Members of the Danville Technical Institute’s Auto Mechanics Class
                                                                 of 1963 gathered recently at Danville Community College for its 45th
                                                                reunion. Shown left to right, front row: Ed Caviness (Danville), Bobby
                                                                 Wallace (Pinetown NC), Jay Bryant (Buckhannon WV), Bud Comer
                                                              (retired Auto Mechanics Professor of Danville), Tennis Weeks (Floyd),
                                                             and Pen Grove (Luray); Back Row: Ken Latchum (Danville), Garland Hall
                                                               (Stuart), Harold “John” Johnson (Lanexa), Jimmy Mika (Disputanta),
                                                                      Jimmy Tomko (Disputanta) and Bill Watson (Cary NC). DTI is a
                                                                                                       predecessor institution of DCC.




Good Times at
DCC Foundation
Golf Tournament
The Danville Community College Educational
Foundation and the Danville Register and                                                                        Barkhouser Ford Team
Bee recently co-sponsored the Annual
Golf Tournament at the Danville Golf Club.
                                                                                     am
More than 33 teams participated in morning                            McGovern I Te
and afternoon tee times and nearly $10,000 was raised for
scholarships.

Other sponsors of the event included: BB&T; Dan River Inc.; Barkhouser Ford;
DCC Knights; Dr. Carlyle Ramsey; Dewberry; Pete Castiglione; Ray’s Golf;
Excelsis Research; Carter Bank & Trust/Bankers Insurance; Ed Fitzgerald;
Harris, Harvey, Neal & Co.; Maddyzack Inc. Marketing Services; Virginia Bank &
Trust; Virginia Uranium, Inc.; American National Bank; B & D SportCards; CED/
AllPhase; Chick-Fil-A; Daly Seven; First Citizens Bank; Buddy Rawley; Landon
Wyatt, Jr.; Mark Moore; Rebecca McGovern; Clyde Midkiff; Nan Freed; Nestlé;                                                               m
                                                                                                               DCC Knights Baseball Tea
Piedmont Credit Union; Jim Lindley and Wilkins Realty.

                                                        Denby Lewis Dental Hygiene
                                                        Scholarship Winners
                                                            Deana Price of Bassett (front row left) and Mary Beth Morris (second from left)
                                                               of Ringgold were recipients of the Denby Lewis Dental Hygiene Scholarship.
                                                              Also pictured are (left to right) Dr. Kevin Snow and Dr. Chris Payne, both area
                                                                dentists; Dr. Wade Davenport, Dean, Division of Arts and Sciences; Danville
                                                               Site Director Lynn Turner; and Dr. Chris Ezell, Vice President, Academic and
                                                                                                                            Student Services.

                                                            In addition, more than 225 students have been awarded $230,000 in scholarship
                                                            awards through the Danville Community College (DCC) Educational Foundation,
                                                             Inc., for the 2008-2009 academic year. That number includes 83 recipients who
                                                                                                      received Tobacco Assistance Funds.
DCC
Danville Community College
                                         MAINTENANCE

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Key to campus map
1. Temple Building
2. Taylor Building
3. Whittington W. Clement Learning
   Resources Center
4. Storage Buildings
5. Wyatt Building
6. Carrington Child Development Center
7. Maintenance/Receiving
8. Hill Building
9. Charles R. Hawkins Engineering &
   Industrial Technologies Building
10. Womack Hall
11. Foundation Hall
   (Health Sciences, Fall 2009)
12. Student Center (Fall 2009)




          Main Campus
           RCATT Center




                                                            
New Maintenance Building Ribbon Cutting                                                         Danville	Community	College	recently	
                                                                                                dedicated	its	new	Maintenance	Building.	
                                                                                                The	7500-square	foot	facility	will	include	
                                                                  office	space	for	the	College’s	physical	plant	staff,	records	storage,	
                                                                  receiving	with	a	loading	dock,	as	well	as	space	to	warehouse	supplies,	
                                                                  campus	vehicles	and	equipment.	It	was	one	of	the	projects	included	
                                                                   in	the	2002	Commonwealth	of	Virginia	General	Obligation	Bond	(GOB)	
                                                                   Referendum	for	higher	education	facilities.	Shown,	left	to	right	at	
                                                                   the	ceremony	and	ribbon	cutting,	are:	Rhonda Carter,	DCC	Physical	
                                                                    Plant	staff;	Elizabeth Spainhour,	DCC	Board	Member;	Buddy Rawley,	
                                                                    Director	of	Development;	Shane Brackin,	Representative	of	Quality	
                                                                    Construction	Company;	John Zechman,	former	DCC	Vice	President	
                                                                    for	Financial	and	Administrative	Services;		Landon Wyatt Jr.,	Chair	
                                                                    of	the	DCC	Educational	Foundation;	Shahnaz Ahmed,	member	of	the	
                                                                    State	Board	for	Community	Colleges	and	DCC	Educational	Foundation;	
                                                                    DCC	President	Dr. B. Carlyle Ramsey;	Pittsylvania	County	Board	of	
                              Supervisors	Chair	Coy Harville,	Claude Brim,	former	Buildings	and	Grounds	Supervisor;	Earl Conner,	Trades	
Technician	IV;	Harry Lea,	Member,	DCC	Board;	Scott Barnes,	DCC	Vice	President	for	Financial	and	Administrative	Services;	John Ranson,	
Architect	with	Dewberry;	and	Kim Sally,	DCC	Physical	Plant	staff.


Estelle H. Womack Hall Dedication
Womack	Family	members	gathered	recently	for	the	dedication	of	the	Estelle	H.	
Womack	Hall,	which	is	now	home	to	DCC’s	new	Wellness/Physical	Diagnostics	
Center.	Shown	at	the	dedication	are,	left	to	right:	Buddy Rawley,	Director	
of	Development;	Bobbye Raye Womack;	Ray Womack;	David Womack;	Dr.
Carlyle Ramsey,	DCC	President;	Charles A. “Zan” Womack, Jr.;	Patrick
Womack;	Ann Brown,	Chair	of	the	DCC	Board;	and	Landon Wyatt Jr.,	Chair	of	
the	DCC	Educational	Foundation	Board.




                                                         Upward Bound Students Visit
                                                         Hampton University
                                                     	          					Students	in	Danville	Community	College’s	Upward	Bound	program	recently	
                                                      visited	Hampton	University	and	met	U.S.	Senator	Elect	Mark Warner,	who	was	also	
                                                       visiting	the	campus.	Shown,	left	to	right,	are	(front	row):	Tiaundra McLaughlin,	Dan	
                                                       River	High	School;	Ebony Belcher,	George	Washington	High	School;	U.S.	Senator	Elect	
                                                       Mark Warner; Romaro Brandon,	Schoolfield	Elementary	School	(visitor);	and Chris
                                                        Knick,	George	Washington	High	School	Math	Teacher	and	a	chaperone.	Back	row:	
                                                        Tequilla McLaughlin,	Dan	River	High	School;	Daniella Roberts,	Dan	River	High	School;	
                                  and	Robin M. Dabney,	Upward	Bound	Program	Director.	A	total	of	38	students	and	four	chaperones	
participated	in	the	tour	at	Hampton	University.	For more information about Upward Bound, contact Robin Dabney at 434.797.8562.




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