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									2011 SUMMER SCHEDULE & CAMPUS NEWS




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                                                    Student First Stop Center Hours
     Coos Campus                                                                   Curry County Campuses
     8:00 am to 5:00 pm - Monday,                                                  Brookings, 420 Alder St.:
       Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday                                                         Monday-Thursday 8:30 am to 7:00 pm
                                                                                          Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
     10:00 am to 5:00 pm - Thursday                                                       Saturday 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
                                                                                   Gold Beach, 29392 Ellensburg Ave. (Hwy 101):
                                                                                          Monday-Wednesday 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
                                                                                          Thursday-Friday 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
      Visit Southwestern online at                                                 Port Orford, 1403 Oregon St. (Hwy 101):
              www.socc.edu                                                                Thursdays 8:30 am-Noon, Contact Janet Pretti
                                                                                          (541) 332-3023 or (541) 247-2741

                         Summer and Fall Term 2011 Registration Schedule


                                                                           Start Date to Register

                                           May 2 via WebAdvisor or at any Student First Stop Center

                                        Summer Term Classes Begin June 20, 2011
                                       Fall Term Classes Begin September 26, 2011
                                   All students are eligible to register via WebAdvisor 24 hours a day.
                                                       See Page 2 for instructions.


                       SOUTHWESTERN OREGON COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTACT NUMBERS
   Southwestern Coos Bay Campus                                     (541) 888-2525                Student Housing                                                 (541) 888-7635
                                                                    (800) 962-2838                Student Support Services                                        (541) 888-7419
   Hearing Impaired                                                 (541) 888-7368                Financial Aid Office                                            (541) 888-7337
   Campus & Class Closure Information                               (541) 888-1503                Federal Work-Study/
   Admissions                                                       (541) 888-7636                General Student Employment                                       (541) 888-7411
   Athletic Department                                               (541) 888-7452               Student Loan Coordinator                                        (541) 888-7309
   Bookstore                                                        (541) 888-7264                Oregon Student Assistance Commission                            (800) 452-8807
   Educational Support Programs and Services                                                      Federal Student Aid                                             (800) 433-3243
   Counseling, Testing and ADA                  (541) 888-7405                                    SWOCC Curry County Campus - Brookings                           (541) 813-1667
   International Student Program                (541) 888-7185                                    Brookings Fax                                                   (541) 412-0150
   Student First Stop Center                    (541) 888-7352                                    SWOCC Curry County Office - Gold Beach                           (541) 247-2741
         Registration, Student Records and Transcripts,                                           SWOCC Curry County Office - Port Orford                         (541) 332-3023
         Cashier and Student Accounts Receivable                                                       (Thursdays)

The Southwestern Oregon Community College schedule is published quarterly under the US Postal Service number 011363. Postage
is paid at the Coos Bay Post Office. Volume number 50 / Issue number 1. Inquiries should be directed to Karl Easttorp, Director
of Community Relations (541) 888-7422.
It is the policy of Southwestern Oregon Community College Board of Education that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the grounds of race, color, gender, marital status,
sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, political affiliation, parental status, veteran status or disability in any educational programs, activities or employment. Persons having
questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination should contact the Vice President of Administrative Services in Tioga 511. Phone 541-888-7206 or TDD 541-888-7368. All
other issues, concerns and complaints should also be directed to the Vice President of Administrative Services for referral to the appropriate administrator.
Information in this publication was believed to be correct at press time; however, information is subject to change without notice.
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                                                                                                         IN THIS ISSUE




                                                                                                                                                                                                                    GETTING STARTED
Registration Schedule & Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Inside Front Cover                                                                                               page 3




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WebAdvisor Instructions .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 2
Wired for Learning  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .                                                         3
SWOCC Turns 50! .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 4
Academic Calendar - Summer Term 2011  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 4
News from Student Services  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 5




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A Healthy Dose of Reality, Student Noah Nicolle  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6
Summer 2011 Coos Campus Class Listings  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7
Distance Education .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .16
University Center  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .20
Transitional Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .22
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Community Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .24




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Workforce Development .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .26
Small Business Development Center .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .28
Academic Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .30
                Tuition & Fees  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30
                Responsibility for Payment  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30
                Refunds .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30
                Administrative Withdrawal .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31




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                Change of Major .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31
                Add/Drops  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31
                Waitlisted Courses  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31
                Course Prerequisites .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                Instructor Consent  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
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                Auditing Courses  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32




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                Persons with Disabilities  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                Discrimination/Harassment/Grievance .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                Student Rights & Responsibilities  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                Drug & Alcohol Abuse .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                Student Records Procedure  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
                Financial Aid  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33
                Agency Billing  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
                Records Disclosure .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
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                                                             WebAdvisor
GETTING STARTED




                                                                                  www.socc.edu
                            Go online for student self service:                               •	Access	financial	aid	information
                            	    •	Register	and	drop	courses                                  •	E-mail	your	advisor
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                            	    •	Manage	waitlists                                                  . . . and much more
                            	    •	Pay	account	in	full

                           Anyone Can Access WebAdvisor:
                                                                                               NOTE:	During	peak	times	it	may	take	longer	to	receive	your	
                           •	    I	have	attended	SWOCC	before:                                 e-mail confirmation .
                                 Click on “Students” .
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                                                                                               NOTE:	An	Application	for	Admission	is	required	if	you	will	be	
                           •	    I	am	new	to	SWOCC	and	will	be	pursuing	a	degree:              receiving any type of financial aid .
                                 Click on “Prospective Students” and complete the
                                 Application for Admission .                                   Please contact the Student First Stop Center
                                 Submit the required information and fee .                     by phone at (541) 888-7352 or toll free at
                                 Within three business days we will mail you instructions      (800) 962-2838 ext . 7352 or e-mail at
                                 on how to obtain your WebAdvisor ID and password .            firststop@socc .edu if you need assistance with
                                                                                               your WebAdvisor ID and password .
                           •	    I	am	new	to	SWOCC	and	attending	for	personal	interest:
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                                 Click on “Students” and complete the Student Record Form .
                                 Submit the required information .

                                                                                                             www.socc.edu
                                 You will receive WebAdvisor instructions on how to obtain
                                 your WebAdvisor ID and password by e-mail within two
                                 business days .


                       Students under 18 can now register online via WebAdvisor at Southwestern
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                       Returning Southwestern students who are under 18 can now register online via WebAdvisor. New students must
                       first submit the required documents to obtain WebAdvisor access. For more information, please visit
                       www.socc.edu, click on Students, and then Student Record Form.
                       Returning students who need assistance accessing their WebAdvisor IDs and passwords, may submit an electronic
                       Student Record Form. For more information, contact the
                       Student First Stop Center: Coos Bay campus at 541-888-7352;
                                                                                                         Southwestern
                       Curry campus at 541-469-5017.
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                                                                                                                                   Students:

                       Financial Aid Students:                                                                                Please Learn
                                                                                                                                  Your
                       Please complete all add/drop forms by the end of the second                                             Student ID
                       week of the term. Financial Aid funds are disbursed based on your                                        Number.
                       registered credits as of the end of the second week of the term.

                           Is your personal information current with Southwestern?
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                           Go online to WebAdvisor under “My Profile” to view your mailing address, phone number and e-mail address.
                           If this information needs correction, please complete an Address Change Form located on WebAdvisor.
                           Southwestern needs your current information in order to contact you.
                           Please provide your e-mail address for a more efficient method of communication.

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                                                                                                                                                      GETTING STARTED
Distance learning is on the rise!
Southwestern Oregon Community College (SWOCC) is seeing a                  The Medical Clerical Certificate has also been popular . The 49-credit
recent steady increase in the number of people studying online . The       program prepares students to perform initial clerical duties in
number of students (full-time equivalent) has nearly doubled in Allied     hospitals, medical clinics, and other medical facilities . The graduate




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Health in one year .                                                       will be prepared to schedule and receive patients, obtain patient
                                                                           data, maintain medical records, and assume general medical office
SWOCC’s Distance Education program offers a broad range of online          responsibilities .
classes . Students can save time and gas by using the resource . Those
in more rural areas of the college district can use distance education     Others may choose the 25-credit Medical Aide Career Pathway
to significantly cut the number of times they need to visit one of the     Certificate . This certificate prepares students to work in a medical
college’s sites .                                                          office or as an aide in
                                                                           a healthcare setting .
The major advantage of a distance education class is the ability to        Medical aides process              The web site allows




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set your own pace . Classes will generally provide a timeline with         and transmit information
deadlines or suggested due dates . The student has the flexibility to do   to physicians, patients,
                                                                                                              students to receive
their readings and homework around other commitments . Therefore,          office personnel, and              weekly lectures,
distance learning is ideal for students who work, travel, and have         outside organizations .            complete assignments . . .
families to care for .                                                     These activities require
                                                                           a good command of
                                                                                                              and actively participate
SWOCC uses a program called ANGEL to offer distance education              the English language,              in online discussions
classes . The generally intuitive website allows students to receive       medical terminology, and
weekly lectures, complete assignments, take assessments, follow            a basic understanding           – all in a virtual




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web links to sites of interest for their class, and actively participate
in online discussions--all in a virtual classroom setting . Much like
                                                                           of the structure and
                                                                           functions of the human
                                                                                                           classroom setting .
a face-to-face class, successful distance learning students actively       body . Both medical
participate in class .                                                     clerical workers and
Karen Matson, Instructional Designer/Student Support, regularly            aides must be tactful in their dealings with many different people, and
attempts to dispel the rumor that distance education classes are easier    therefore should possess excellent interpersonal skills . Discretion,
than face-to-face classes . “Taking courses through distance education     judgment, organizational ability, and initiative are important, as
is not easier, but it does allow more flexibility in your schedule,        well as versatility and adaptability . Conscientiousness, a sense of
                                                                           responsibility, and respect for the confidential nature of medical




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reducing travel time and bringing education to you wherever you
are .”                                                                     information are also required .

There are many great certificates and degrees students can earn            The Southwestern Oregon University Center also provides an online
online . The Early Childhood Education certificates and degrees are        means to earning a bachelor’s or graduate degree . Local residents
all offered online . A student can even earn their Associate of Arts       can advance their education through many Oregon colleges and
Oregon Transfer (AAOT) degree online . The Allied Health sector            universities without needing to uproot their families or make long
has seen the most growth due to the popularity of certificates like        drives . Though classes are offered during the week and weekend
Pharmacy Technician, Medical Aide, and Medical Clerical . With             at the Center, there are also many online courses to choose from .



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the exception of one Medical Clerical class, these certificates in         Participants can select one of 60 different bachelor’s degree options,
hot growing fields are offered completely online allowing you the          including Business, Education, Accounting, Natural Resources,
flexibility to work and go to school .                                     Criminal Justice and Information Technology . If you have already
                                                                           earned a bachelor’s degree, you can study for a graduate degree in
Pharmacy Technicians are skilled workers who have been trained to          Business, Education, and Criminal Justice or seek a professional
assist the pharmacist in preparing and dispensing medications . The        certificate in over 25 different fields .
Pharmacy Tech 51-credit program teaches participants to function as
a professional in a retail and hospital pharmacy environment, assist       Anyone can register for a distance education course by registering
the pharmacist in the preparation and dispensing of medications,           online through WebAdvisor or by visiting or contacting SWOCC’s
                                                                           Student First Stop (541-888-7352) . Those interested in additional
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and awareness of the duties and limitations of a pharmacy technician
as cited in Oregon Administrative Rule 855-41-205 . Students are           information about SWOCC’s Distance Education program should
required to be “drug free” and take the college placement test to          contact Karen Matson (kmatson@socc .edu, 541-888-7345) or Alicia
determine skill level in math, reading, and writing . Graduates may        Mueller (alicia .mueller@socc .edu, 541-888-7465) . The University
choose to take a national certification examination at the successful      Center can be reached at 541-888-1518 or southwestern@ous .edu .
conclusion of the program .


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                                 R
                           SUMME                         Academic
                             TERM
                              2011                       Calendar                                  50th Anniversary
                                                                                                   CALENDAR OF EVENTS
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                                                                                                                50 Years!
                        April 27 -             Advising for summer and fall terms .
                        May 11
                        May 2 - June 30        Registration begins for summer and fall terms .
                                               Make payment arrangements with Student
                                               First Stop Center at time of registration
                        June 13                Bookstore charging begins                           HONORING OUR PAST, LIGHTING THE FUTURE
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                        June 16                Waitlist completed . See instructor .
                        June 18                Move-In day for housing residents                 SWOCC turns 50 on May 1, 2011
                        June 20                Day and night classes begin                       Keep your eyes and ears open for these
                        June 22                Last day to register without instructor           and other upcoming events:
                                               consent .                                         April 9, 2011                   Prefontaine Master’s Track Meet
                        June 23                Last day to return textbooks for full refund .
                                                                                                 May 1, 2011                     Anniversary Day
                                               RECEIPT REQUIRED
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                                                                                                                                 in the Quad, Coos Campus
                        June 30                Last day for refunds and to withdraw without
                                               being assigned a “W” .                            May 6, 2011                     Foundation Lecture Series
                        June 30                Fin . Aid students must complete all add/
                                                                                                                                 Dr. David Frohnmayer
                                               drops, including waiting list classes, for
                                                                                                                                 Hales Center, 7pm, Free
                                               correct check disbursement (funds disbursed       June 10, 2011                   50th Graduation, Prosper Hall
                                               based on today’s enrollment status)
                        July 4                 Campus Offices Closed - July 4th Holiday
                                                                                                 September 2011                  Welcome Week for new
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                                                                                                                                 and current students.
                        July 7                 Financial Aid disbursement begins                                                 Former student government
                        July 28                Last day to change to audit without instructor                                    presidents will join us.
                                               consent .
                                                                                                 October 8, 2011                 Community Celebration
                        August 3               Last day to withdraw                                                              Coos Campus
                        August 4               Fall Graduation Applications Due                                                  Commemorative
                                                                                                                                 Book Published
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                        August 8-11            Final Exam Week
                        August 8-11            Textbook buy-back (Monday & Tuesday               January 27, 2012                Dedication of the new
                                               Receipt Required; Wednesday & Thursday No                                         Curry Campus
                                               Receipt Required)
                                                                                                 June 2012                       50th Class of Nurses at the
                        August 13              Check-out day for housing residents                                               51st Graduation
                        August 15 -            Term Break                                        * All dates subject to change
                        September 25
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                        August 24              Grades available in WebAdvisor
                                                                                                      and share your memories for our
                       Academic Calendar subject to change.                                           50th celebration.
                                                                                                      www.socc.edu/50th
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                                                                       New
                                                                            s
this Summer?                                                          from
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Learning? Earning?                                                       ent
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Let’s take a look at both options this summer!
Take advantage of these sizzling offers at
                                                                       ices                                   Plus, you can receive
                                                                                                            internship credits
                                                                                                           whether the work is paid
Southwestern this Summer Term:                                                                           or unpaid . If an internship
                                                                                                       is required for your degree,
   ➢     Meet prerequisites: Take a course or two to satisfy
                                                                  there is a great chance that financial aid funding is available
         future requirements .
                                                                  for you . Make Summer Term internship arrangements with




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   ➢     Home for the summer: Take a course or two                Patrick Platt at (541) 888-7272, or visit him in Stensland Hall,
         at Southwestern to meet your general education           Room 108 .
         requirements at your college .
                                                                  Do you have a summer job lined up yet? There may be
   ➢     Too busy to attend: Take an online class . It has all    more opportunities out there than it may seem . For example,
         the advantages of in class learning, and you can do it   work at youth camps or various governmental agencies, like
         on your schedule .                                       BLM, which are often available to college students in the




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                                                                  summer . Some of the jobs are posted as early as March and
   ➢     Graduate sooner: Attend Southwestern in the              they might be right in line with your degree path . A student
         summer to complete a degree quicker .                    wanting to work with youth can gain great experience working
                                                                  for a YMCA or a Boys & Girls Club . A Business major planning
   ➢     Fulfill sequences: Take full length courses in three
                                                                  to be a Marketing Manager might begin the networking and
         week increments to fulfill a sequence requirement
                                                                  skill building process by working summers for a retail chain .
         and still have time for your summer vacation .
                                                                  It is even possible to gain internship credit via your summer
                                                                  experience . Begin the process with Patrick Platt in Stensland




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   ➢     Enrichment Opportunities: Southwestern offers
         a variety of courses that are both enriching and fun .   108 .

   ➢     Funding is available: Financial aid is available
         all year . Attend Southwestern in the summer and
         possibly have your courses paid . Go online to
         www .fafsa .ed .gov and submit your Financial Aid



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         application (FAFSA) today .

   ➢     For more information: Contact the Admissions
         office at 541-888-7636 / admissions@socc .edu,
         check out the Summer Term Schedule or visit
         WebAdvisor at www .socc .edu on taking summer              Most importantly remember
         courses .                                                  to have some fun!
Internships (Field Experience, Work Experience and                Volunteer to help younger kids, be part of a team sport,
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Practicum) are required for some disciplines and are highly       and work with seniors . Create value in your summer, while
advisable for many other degrees . Summer is a great time to      building your resume and feel good about it . Begin your Fall
earn internship credit because hours spent at a summer job or     Term at Southwestern with a few more credits, a few more
a summer volunteer experience can often be applied towards        dollars and a few good stories to tell!
college credit, even if the work is done out of state .

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                       A Healthy Dose of Reality
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                       Upon first glance, 28 year old Noah Nicolle                                                             “It was such an awesome and heartwarming
                       appears the everyday student . However,                                                                 gesture for him to send the flag to the Nursing
                       Noah’s story reaches more fascinating                                                                   Club,” Nursing student Cynthia Christensen
                       personalities, dangerous conflict, and distant                                                          said . “Here he was in the middle of a war in
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                       places than many people will see in a lifetime .                                                        Afghanistan and again he was doing something
                                                                                                                               for us .”
                       Originally from Bennett, Colorado, his
                       family moved to Oregon when he was                                                                      Noah became good friends with a local
                       five . He graduated from North Bend High                                                                interpreter who worked for the United States
                       School in 2000 and immediately enrolled at                                                              military during his second deployment . The
                       Southwestern Oregon Community College                                                                   interpreter’s entire family had been killed
                       (SWOCC) . He spent four years attending                                                                 by the Taliban in Afghanistan . Noah shared
                       college and working with Young Life, a local                                                            the care packages he received from friends
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                       outreach to youth . He planned to complete                                                              and family and did whatever else he could to
                       an Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAOT)                                                             help the interpreter . Fellow nursing students
                       degree in Liberal Arts and transfer to Western                                                          suggested he was more concerned about the
                       Oregon University .                                                                                     safety of the interpreter than his own .
                       Noah deliberated over the difficult life-                                                               “Noah thoroughly enjoys helping other
                       changing decision of joining the military or                                                            people, so nursing is a great career choice
                       becoming a missionary extensively before                                                                for him,” said Cynthia . “He will put other’s
                       finally deciding on the Marines when he was                                                             needs before his own and genuinely cares for
                                                                                Marine and Nursing Student Noah Nicolle
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                       22 . He has told friends he became a marine                                                             others .”
                       because of the events that occurred on
                       September 11, 2001 . A person who liked the challenge, Noah said                                        Upon his return from Afghanistan, Noah was
                       “the Marines stood out because it was supposedly the hardest .” After           able to rejoin the Nursing program exactly where he left off since his
                       completing his two-year degree in 2005 from SWOCC, Noah was                     deployment was exactly one year . His classmates surprised him at a
                       attached to A Company of the 6th Engineer Support Battalion out of              February Board of Education meeting with an award for his courage
                       Eugene (now Springfield) .                                                      in active duty and dedication to the Nursing program and Nursing
                                                                                                       Club . The medium-sized decorative display box contained the same
                       His peers respect his effort as a student, but it is the two completed          flag he had sent back to the Nursing Club, as well as a class photo,
                       tours of duty as a member of the Marine Corp that have defined Noah             Nursing graduation pin, and photo of Noah .
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                       at an earlier age than most . Noah volunteered to serve in Iraq in
                       2006 with 6th Engineer Support Battalion’s B Company out of South               Nursing student Dedee Peterson says, despite Noah’s deployment and
                       Bend, Indiana . When he returned from Iraq, he initially was not sure           delayed education, they still consider him a part of the class of 2011 .
                       what to do next . He ultimately decided to resume his education at              Many of the Nursing students of the class of 2011 had the same
                       SWOCC with nursing prerequisites and applied to join the Nursing                prerequisite classes together and have become close like family . His
                       program in 2009 . He was accepted that fall .                                   peers say Noah worked hard to achieve good grades to increase his
                                                                                                       odds of admission into the Nursing program .
                       Noah indicates getting accepted into the nursing program and seeing
                                                                                                       Fellow nursing students joke about Noah’s forgetfulness . Shortly
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                       the quality of his classmates has been the best experience he has had
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                       thus far at SWOCC . “Nobody gets accepted by accident,” he said .               before being deployed Noah reported his car stolen to the police .
                       “Everyone spends at least one full year, often two or three, to just get        Cynthia let him borrow her car for several days . Sometime later, they
                       accepted, and several have prior degrees .”                                     found his car in a SWOCC parking lot . To this day, nobody knows if
                                                                                                       it was returned by someone with a conscience, though Noah says he is
                       During his first term as a student in the SWOCC Nursing program,                90% sure he simply forgot where he parked it .
                       Noah volunteered to be the Nursing Club Vice President and was
                       also very involved in the planning of fundraisers and events for the            Noah would like to ultimately use his newly acquired skill set as an
                       nursing club . However, later that same term Noah received notice               overseas nurse after he completes his education . He is on pace to
                       of his deployment to Afghanistan . He was promoted to Sergeant on               graduate from the Nursing program in 2012 .
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                       July 4th while in Afghanistan, an accomplishment that has meant a lot           “Noah has endured many obstacles in his life and has continued to
                       to him . To honor his fellow SWOCC nursing students, Noah flew                  persevere,” said Cynthia . “His passion for helping others is inspiring .
                       an American flag over Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan’s Helmand                 I have no doubt that Noah will be an excellent nurse and succeed in
                       Province on September 11, 2010 – the nine year anniversary of the               whatever he sets his mind to .”
                       event that led him to become a marine . He promptly sent it home to
                       the Nursing Club .

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                                                                                                                                                    GETTING STARTED
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%   MUST BE UNIVERSITY OR ONLINE STUDENT                                    h   WR 0525 OR TEST SCORES OR INSTR CONSENT
#   LAB REQUIRED                                                            w   WR 90 OR TEST SCORES OR INSTR RECOMMEND
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ABE/GED/ESL
      174110 ABE*0745*65     ADULT BASIC ED             0    P.PARKER           MTWTH 01:00PM-03:50PM     NEW*201
                             (SKILLS UPGRADE)
      174113 ABE*0745*68     ADULT BASIC ED             0    H.NEIDEIGH         MW      03:00AM-12:20PM   MP*MYRTLE
                                                                                                          CREST SCHOOL       $50.00 CHARGE
                                                                                                                              FOR ONE OR




                                                                                                                                                     UNIVERSITY CENTER
      174120 ABE*0745*75  ADULT BASIC ED                0    P.PARKER           MTWTH 01:00PM-03:50PM     NEW*201
      174322 ESL*0747*65  ESL                           0    A.LUGO-FERRIN      MTTH  09:00AM-11:50AM     NEW*207               MORE OF
      174739 GED*0745*65  GED                           0    P.PARKER           MTWTH 01:00PM-03:50PM     NEW*201                THESE
                          (SKILLS UPGRADE)                                                                                    ABE/GED/ESL
      174740 GED*0745*67D GED                           0    M.BRUMIT           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW              COURSES.
                          (SOCC ONLINE)
      174741 GED*0745*68 GED                            0    H.NEIDEIGH         MW      03:00AM-12:20PM   MP*MYRTLE
                                                                                                          CREST SCHOOL
      174742 GED*0745*70     GED                        0    P.PARKER           MTWTH 09:00AM-11:50AM     NEW*201
      174747 GED*0745*75     GED                        0    P.PARKER           MTWTH 01:00PM-03:50PM     NEW*201




                                                                                                                                                     COMMUNITY ED
ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING
      117335 AC*2766*01D     ACCOUNTING I             4    S.PETERSEN    TBS            TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
@     117901 BA*280AC        FIELD EXP: ACCOUNTING         L.STAGG-BROWN TBS            TBS               TBS*999
                             (PREQ:INSTR CONSNT)(1-4 CREDITS)

ANTHROPOLOGY



                                                                                                                                                      ACADEMIC INFORMATION
      163349 ANTH*221*01D INTR CULTURAL         3    C.ALEXANDER                TBA     TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                          ANTHROPOLOGY (SOCC ONLINE)

ART
&     111010   ART*0010*66   JEWELRY MAKING            0     L.LAVERTY          TBS     TBS               B2*1            $0.00    $20.00 $0.00
                             (06/25/11)
      111108   ART*131*01    INTRO TO DRAWING          3     STAFF              TTH     02:00PM-04:50PM   EDEN*3          $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
      111112   ART*184A*01   WATERCLR BASICS I         1     F.VASSAR           TH      09:30AM-12:30PM   BNDN*SNR        $79.00 $21.00 $26.00
                             (9 HRS TBS)                                                                  CENTER
      111113   ART*184B*01   WATERCLR BASICS II        1     F.VASSAR           TH      09:30AM-12:30PM   BNDN*SR         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
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                             (9 HRS TBS)(PREQ:ART*184A)                                                   CENTER
      111122   ART*204*01D   HISTORY WEST ART          3     F.VASSAR           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      111134   ART*205*01D   HISTORY WEST ART          3     F.VASSAR           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)




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                                                                   SHADED AREAS DESIGNATE EVENING CLASSES

                       BIOLOGY/BOTANY
                            134322 BI*149*01D      INTRO TO HUMAN GENETICS 3        R.FIELDS       TBS        TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)
                            134323 BI*149*02D      INTRO TO HUMAN GENETICS 3        R.FIELDS       TBS        TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)
                            134400 BI*231*01       ANATOM & PHYS I              4   D.BROUSE       MTWTH      09:00AM-11:30AM   COAL*3          $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
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                                                   (PREQ:BI*101) (PREQ:BI*201) (PREQ:CHEM*110)     MTWTH      12:20PM-02:05PM   COAL*6
                                                   (PREQ:CHEM*123)(PREQ:CHEM*223)(06/20/11-07/07/11)
                            134405 BI*232*01       ANATOM & PHYS II             4   D.BROUSE       MTWTH      09:00AM-11:30AM   COAL*3          $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                   (PREQ:BI*231)(07/11/11-07/28/11)                MTWTH      12:20PM-02:50PM   COAL*6
                            134410 BI*233*01       ANATOM & PHYS III            4   D.BROUSE       MTWTH      09:00AM-11:20AM   COAL*3          $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                   (PREQ:BI*232)(08/01/11-08/18/11)

                       BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
                            119225 BA*101*01D      INTRO TO BUSINESS          4    B.LOCKER          TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
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                            119237 BA*230*01D      BUSINESS LAW               4    R.SUMMERVILLE TBS          TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            119246 BA*277*01D      BUSINESS ETHICS            3    L.STAGG-BROWN TBS          TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            119275 BA*285*01D      HUMAN RLTNS IN ORGS        3    S.LIGGETT         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            119276 BA*285*02D      HUMAN RLTNS IN ORGS        3    J.ENGELKE         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
UNIVERSITY CENTER




                       CHEMISTRY
                            136185 CHEM*110*01  FND OF GEN, ORGANIC &    4   L.SYLVIA                MT       06:00PM-08:50PM   COAL*3          $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                BIO CHEM (PREQ:MTH*70)
                            136186 CHEM*110*02D FND OF GEN, ORGANIC &    4   L.SYLVIA                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                BIO CHEM (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)
                            136187 CHEM*110*03D FND OF GEN, ORGANIC &    4   L.SYLVIA                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                BIO CHEM (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)

                       COMPUTER INFO SYSTEMS
                            122001 CIS*0593*65   COMP ASSISTED INSTR         0     C.GERISCH    TBS    TBS                   TIOG*403           $0.00   $0.00 $0.00
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                       %    122023 CIS*0595*65   COMPUTER AIDED INST         0     C.GERISCH    TBS    TBS                   TIOG*401           $0.00   $26.00 $0.00
                                                 (UNIV OR ONLINE STDNTS ONLY)
                       &    122375 CS*0613*66    INTRO TO COMPUTERS          0     D.JOHNSON    MW     09:00AM-10:50AM RAND                     $0.00   $50.00 $0.00
                       &    122376 CS*0613*67    EXCEL BASICS                0     M.STUEVE     W      12:30PM-01:50PM RAND                     $0.00   $50.00 $0.00
                            122403 CS*0725*01D INTRO TO ONLINE LEARNING 0          K.MATSON     TBS    TBS                   ONLN*SW            $0.00   $0.00 $0.00
                                                 (SOCC ONLINE)
                       #    122410 CIS*101*01WE COMPTRS IN SOCIETY           2     E.WILLIAMSON MTWTH 07:00AM-08:50AM TIOG*410                  $158.00 $42.00 $26.00
                                                 (CONC:CIS*0593*65)(06/20/11-07/07/14)
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
ACADEMIC INFORMATION




                            122411 CIS*101*02D   COMPTRS IN SOCIETY          2     B.PRATT      TBS    TBS                   ONLN*SW            $158.00 $72.00 $26.00
                                                 (SOCC ONLINE)
                       #    122430 CIS*120*01WE CONCEPTS OF COMP             4     E.WILLIAMSON MTWTH 07:00AM-08:50AM TIOG*410                  $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                 (WEB ENHANCED)(4 HRS TBS)(PREQ:CS*101)(CONC:CIS*0593*65)(07/11/11-08/11/11)
                            122431 CIS*120*02D   CONCEPT OF COMP             4     K.MATSON     TBS    TBS                   ONLN*SW            $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                 (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:CS*101)
                       #    122507 CIS*125G*01HB COMPUTER GAME DEV           4     E.WILLIAMSON MW     09:00AM-10:50AM TIOG*410                 $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                 (SOCC HYBRID)(12 HRS ONLINE)(CONC:CIS*0593*65)
                       @    122920 CIS*2280      WORK EXP: COMP SCI                E.WILLIAMSON TBS    TBS                   TBS*999
                                                 (PREQ:INSTR CONSNT)(1-4 CREDITS)
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                       @    122971 CS*280        FIELD EXP: COMP SCI               E.WILLIAMSON TBS    TBS                   TBS*999
                                                 (PREQ:INSTR CONSNT)(1-4 CREDITS)

                       CRIMINAL JUSTICE & LAW ENFORCEMENT
                       @    164901 CJ*280          FIELD EXP: CRIM JSTC          STAFF               TBS      TBS               TBS*999
                                                   (PREQ:INSTR CONSNT)(1-4 CREDITS)

                             Information in this publication was believed to be correct at press time; however, information is subject to change without notice.
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                                                                                                                                                   GETTING STARTED
                                              SHADED AREAS DESIGNATE EVENING CLASSES

EDUCATION
     175016 ED*0593*66   TUTORING LAB                  0    S.MILLER          MTWTH 10:00AM-01:50PM      RAND*4          $0.00   $0.00 $0.00
     175017 ED*0593*67   TUTORING LAB                  0    S.MILLER          MTWTH 10:00AM-01:50PM      RAND*4          $0.00   $0.00 $0.00
     175184 ED*199A*01HB SHARE NTR CHILDREN            2    C.MEIER           TBS   TBS                  TBS*999         $158.00 $42.00 $26.00
                         (11 HRS ONLINE)
     175229 ED*258*01D   MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION       3    C.MEIER           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                         (SOCC ONLINE)




                                                                                                                                                  SUMMER CLASSES
FOREIGN LANGUAGES
     112035 ASL*102*01      FRST YR AM SIGN LANG       4    P.BOLINDER        TH       01:00PM-04:50PM   STEN*202        $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                            (12 HRS TBS)(PREQ:ASL*101)
     112047 ASL*103*01      FRST YR AM SIGN LANG       4    P.BOLINDER        TH       06:00PM-09:50PM   STEN*202        $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                            (12 HRS TBS)(PREQ:ASL*102)

HEALTH & FIRST AID
     137351 HE*250*01D      PERSONAL HEALTH            3    T.HOPPE           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00




                                                                                                                                                     DISTANCE LEARNING
                            (SOCC ONLINE)
     137357 HE*250*07D      PERSONAL HEALTH            3    A.WHITLATCH       TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                            (SOCC ONLINE)
     137385 HE*252*01       FA/CPR PRO RESCR           3    K.LEAVITT         MW       09:00AM-10:20AM   REC*103         $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                            (9 HRS TBS)

HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
     141022 AH*111*01D   MED TERM I               3     S.THOM                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                         (SOCC ONLINE)




                                                                                                                                                    UNIVERSITY CENTER
     141028 AH*112*01D   MED TERM II              3     S.THOM                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                         (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:OA*2221)
     141037 AH*121*01D   BODY STRCT/FNCTN I       3     R.KNIGHT              TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                         (SOCC ONLINE)
     141045 AH*152*01D   MED LAW & ETHICS         2     R.KNIGHT              TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $158.00 $72.00 $26.00
                         (SOCC ONLINE)
     141125 FN*225*01D   NUTRITION                4     K.HEAD                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                         (SOCC ONLINE)
@    141410 NUR*9101*01 CNA-2 CORE                3     STAFF                 MTW      04:00PM-06:00PM   SUMN*10         $237.00 $130.00 $26.00
                         (CNA 1 CERT PREP)                                    MTW      07:00PM-08:50PM   SUMN*2




                                                                                                                                                    COMMUNITY ED
                         (PREQ:NUR*546) (PREQ:NUR*9190)
@    141413 NUR*9102*01 CNA-2 ACUTE CARE          2     STAFF                 MTW      04:00PM-07:50PM   SUMN*10         $158.00 $109.00 $26.00
                         (PREQ:NUR*9101)                S.WALKER
q    141422 NUR*9190*01D BNA DIDACTIC             5     E.RILEY               TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00   $500.00 $0.00
                         (SOCC STUDENTS)(SOCC ONLINE)
q    141425 NUR*9190L*01 BNA LAB/CLINICAL         4     E.RILEY               TBS      TBS               SUMN*11         $0.00   $435.00 $0.00
                         (CLNCL HRS OFF CMPS TBS)                             TBS      TBS               SUMN*2
@    141901 EMT*280F*01 WORK EXP: EMT             6     T.MENDEZ              TBS      TBS               TBS*999         $474.00 $476.00 $26.00




                                                                                                                                                     ACADEMIC INFORMATION
                         (PREQ:INSTR CONSNT)

HISTORY
     168075 HST*104*01D     HIST OF MID EAST           3    J.EVANS           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                            (SOCC ONLINE)
     168115 HST*201*01      U.S. HISTORY               3    F.BRICK           MTWTH 09:00AM-11:50AM      STEN*206        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                            (06/20/11-07/07/11)
     168127 HST*202*01      U.S. HISTORY               3    F.BRICK           MTWTH 09:00AM-11:50AM      STEN*206        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                            (07/11/11-07/29/11)
     168136 HST*203*01      U.S. HISTORY               3    F.BRICK           MTWTH 09:00AM-11:50AM      STEN*206        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                                                                                                                                                   MAPS




                            (08/01/11-08/18/11)

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
     172229 HD*112*01D      STUDY SKILLS I             3    C.BYRD            TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                            (SOCC ONLINE)


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                                                                   SHADED AREAS DESIGNATE EVENING CLASSES
                       INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
                       &    120325 IND*4100*01     FLAGGER CERTIFICATION      .4   K.HELLAND         S        08:30AM-12:20PM   B2*1            $0.00    $85.00 $0.00
                                                   (07/09/11)

                       LIBRARY SCIENCES
                            180125 LIB*0650*65D    INFO LITERACY I            0    S.AVASTHI         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00    $0.00     $0.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
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                            180225 LIB*0652*65D    INFO LITERACY II           0    S.AVASTHI         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00    $0.00     $0.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            180325 LIB*0654*65D    INFO LITERACY III          0    S.AVASTHI         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00    $0.00     $0.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)

                       LITERATURE
                            129116 HUM*204*01D    WORLD MYTHLGY & RLGN 3          H.MALAFRY          TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)
                            129117   HUM*204*02WE WORLD MYTHLGY & RLGN 3          A.ASHPOLE          MTWTH 09:00AM-11:50AM      STEN*203        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
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                                                  (WEB ENHANCED)(06/20/11-07/07/11)
                            129134   HUM*205*01D WORLD MYTHLGY & RLGN 3           H.MALAFRY          TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)
                            129135   HUM*205*02WE WORLD MYTHLGY & RLGN 3          A.ASHPOLE          MTWTH 09:00AM-11:50AM      STEN*203        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                                                  (WEB ENHANCED)(07/11/11-07/28/11)
                            129147   HUM*206*01WE WORL DMYTHLGY & RLGN 3          A.ASHPOLE          MTWTH 09:00AM-11:50AM      STEN*203        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                                                  (WEB ENHANCED)(08/01/11-08/18/11)
                            129291   ENG*104*01D INTR LITERATURE            3     J.SCHULTZ          TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)
UNIVERSITY CENTER




                       MATHEMATICS
                            158085 MTH*20*01RC BASIC MATH                4    W.SHANNON              M        06:00PM-09:50PM   RDPT*HIGH       $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (R&C)(ROOM 6)                                                                   SCHL
                            158086 MTH*20*02    BASIC MATH               4    J.YEAGER               MTWTH 09:00AM-10:20AM      SITK*1          $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                            158161 MTH*70*01    ELEM ALGEBRA             4    J.YEAGER               MTWTH 10:30AM-11:50AM      SITK*1          $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (PREQ:MTH*20)(PREQ:MTH*55)
                            158163 MTH*70*02RC ELEM ALGEBRA              4    W.SHANNON              M        06:00PM-09:50PM   RDPT*HIGH       $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (R&C)(ROOM 6)(PREQ:MTH*20)(PREQ:MTH*55)                                         SCHL
                            158164 MTH*70*03D   ELEM ALGEBRA             4    S.MILLER               TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
COMMUNITY ED




                                                (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*20)(PREQ:MTH*55)
                            158201 MTH*94*01RC INT ALGEBRA I             4    W.SHANNON              M        06:00PM-09:50PM   RDPT*HIGH       $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (R&C)(ROOM6)(PREQ:MTH*70)                                                       SCHL
                            158202 MTH*94*02    INT ALGEBRA I            4    J.YEAGER               MTWTH 02:00PM-03:20PM      SITK*1          $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (PREQ:MTH*70)
                            158203 MTH*94*03D   INT ALGEBRA I            4    D.RICHARDSON           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)
                            158251 MTH*95*01WE INT ALGEBRA II            4    S.HUTCHERSON           MTWTH 09:00AM-10:20AM      SITK*13         $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
ACADEMIC INFORMATION




                                                (WEB ENHANCED)(PREQ:MTH*94)
                            158252 MTH*95*02RC INT ALGEBRA II            4    W.SHANNON              M        06:00PM-09:50PM   RDPT*HIGH       $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (R & C)(ROOM 6)(PREQ:MTH*94)                                                    SCHL
                            158253 MTH*95*03D   INT ALGEBRA II           4    D.RICHARDSON           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*94)
                            158260 MTH*111*01WE COLLEGE ALGEBRA          4    S.HUTCHERSON           MTWTH 10:30AM-11:50AM      SITK*13         $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (WEB ENHANCED)(PREQ:MTH*95)
                       g    158275 MTH*112*01WE ELEM FUNCTIONS           4    S.HUTCHERSON           MTWTH 12:30PM-01:50PM      SITK*13         $316.00 $84.00 $26.00
                                                (WEB ENHANCED)(PREQ:MTH*111)

                       MUSIC
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                            113250 MUP*171*01      INDIV LESS: PIANO          1    C.MCLAUCHLIN      TBS      TBS               SUNS*6          $79.00   $171.00 $26.00
                                                   ($150 FEE TO INSTR)
                            113251 MUP*171*02      INDIV LESS: PIANO          2    C.MCLAUCHLIN      TBS      TBS               SUNS*2          $158.00 $342.00 $26.00
                                                   ($300 FEE TO INSTR)


                             Information in this publication was believed to be correct at press time; however, information is subject to change without notice.
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                                                                                                                                                       GETTING STARTED
                                             SHADED AREAS DESIGNATE EVENING CLASSES
OFFICE OCCUPATIONS
      123125 OA*121*01D      KEYBOARDING I            3    B.PRATT             TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)                 B.PRATT             TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW
      123134 OA*124*01D      KEYBOARDING SKILL BLDG 3      B.PRATT             TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:OA*121)
@     123901 OA*2280         WORK EXP: OFFICE OCCS         STAFF               TBS      TBS               TBS*999
                             (PREQ:INSTR CONSNT)(1-4 CREDITS)




                                                                                                                                                      SUMMER CLASSES
@     123951 BA*280OM        FIELD EXP: OFFICE MGMT        STAFF               TBS      TBS               TBS*999
                             (PREQ:INSTR CONSNT)(1-4 CREDITS)

PHILOSOPHY
      131113   PHL*102*01D   ETHICS                   3   J.SELLARS            TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*121)
      131122 PHL*103*01D     INTRO LOGIC & CRITICAL   3   J.SELLARS            TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             THINKING (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*121)




                                                                                                                                                         DISTANCE LEARNING
PHOTOGRAPHY
&     114001 ART*0010*65     GET TO KNOW YOUR          0     T.MASON           S        02:00PM-05:50PM   RAND*9          $0.00    $30.00 $0.00
                             DIGITAL CAMERA (DATE TBA)
&     114002 ART*0010*67     GET READY FOR             0     T.MASON           S        09:00AM-12:50PM   RAND*9          $0.00    $30.00 $0.00
                             PHOTOSHOP (06/25/11)
&     114115   ART*0220*65   PHOTOGRAPHNG NATURE 0           T.MASON           SSU      09:00AM-05:50PM   RAND*9          $0.00    $50.00 $0.00
                             (07/16/11-07/17/11)
&     114116   ART*0220*66   PHOTOGRAPHNG NATURE 0           T.MASON           FSSU     TBS               TBS*999         $0.00    $130.00 $0.00
                             (CENTRAL OREGON)(DATES TBS)




                                                                                                                                                        UNIVERSITY CENTER
&     114206 CS*0613*65      PHOTOSHOP FOR             0     T.MASON           W        06:00PM-08:50PM   RAND*9          $0.00    $95.00 $0.00
                             PHOTOGRAPHERS I
&     114207 CS*0613*68      INTRO TO PHOTO BASICS 0         T.MASON           T        06:00PM-08:50PM   RAND*9          $0.00    $95.00 $0.00

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
&     142001 PE*0213*65      BEG BALLRM DANCE I         0    L.HALLER          M        06:00PM-07:20PM   CB*EAGLE’S      $0.00    $35.00 $0.00
                             (06/20/11-07/18/11)                                                          HALL
&     142005 PE*0216*65      BEG BLLRM DNCE II          0    L.HALLER          M        07:30PM-08:50PM   CB*EAGLE’S      $0.00    $35.00 $0.00
                             (06/20/11-07/18/11)                                                          HALL
&     142007 PE*0230*65      DANCE                      0    S.ROSE            T        07:00PM-08:50PM   REC*121         $0.00    $40.00 $0.00




                                                                                                                                                        COMMUNITY ED
                             (FOLK)
&     142062 PE*0410*65      CHILDREN’S JUDO            0    R.SCHAB           TTH      06:30PM-07:20PM   PROS*MAT RM     $0.00    $50.00 $0.00
&     142085 PE*0417*65      SANJURIU JUJITSU           0    A.SUHRER          MW       06:00PM-06:50PM   COQ*MIDDLE      $0.00    $50.00 $0.00
                                                                                                          SCHL
&     142101   PE*0582*65 SWIMNASTICS                 0      H.MCCARTHY        M        07:00PM-07:50PM   NB*POOL         $0.00    $20.00    $0.00
&     142102   PE*0582*66 SWIMNASTICS                 0      J.BERTI           MWF      07:30AM-08:20AM   NB*POOL         $0.00    $60.00    $0.00
&     142103   PE*0582*67 SWIMNASTICS                 0      B.JOHNSON         TTH      06:00PM-06:50PM   NB*POOL         $0.00    $40.00    $0.00
&     142104   PE*0582*68 SWIMNASTICS                 0      H.MCCARTHY        MW       07:00PM-07:50PM   NB*POOL         $0.00    $40.00    $0.00




                                                                                                                                                         ACADEMIC INFORMATION
&     142106   PE*0582*70 YOGA FOR HEALTH             0      A.LEVIN           TH       01:00PM-01:50PM   REC*121         $19.75   $5.25     $26.00
&d    142107   PE*0582*71 YOGA FOR HEALTH             0      A.LEVIN           W        01:00PM-01:50PM   REC*121         $19.75   $5.25     $26.00
&d    142108   PE*0582*72 BEGINNING YOGA              0      A.LEVIN           M        01:00PM-01:50PM   REC*121         $19.75   $5.25     $26.00
&     142109   PE*0582*73 PILATES EXERCISE            0      M.LOUDENBECK      MW       12:00PM-12:50PM   REC*121         $39.50   $10.50    $26.00
                          (06/20/11-09/09/11)
&     142110 PE*0582*74   FITNESS & EXERCISE          0       M.LOUDENBECK TTH          12:00PM-12:50PM   REC*121         $39.50   $10.50 $26.00
                          (ZUMBA)(06/20/11-09/09/11)
&     142111 PE*0582*75   TAI CHI                     0       M.FILLMORE   S            01:00PM-01:50PM   REC*121         $19.75   $5.25 $26.00
&     142122 PE*0582*86   TAI CHI                     0       M.FILLMORE   W            05:00PM-05:50PM   REC*125         $19.75   $5.25 $26.00
&     142123 PE*0582*87   AEROBIC FITNESS             0       M.LOUDENBECK MW           05:30PM-06:20PM   REC*121         $39.50   $10.50 $26.00
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                          (KICK BOXING)(06/20/11-09/09/11)
      142204 PE*185CCB*01 CROSS COUNTRY: BEG          1       K.FRASIER        TBS      TBS               TBS*999         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
      142209 PE*185RCB*01 INDR ROCK CLMBG: BEG        1       A.WHITLATCH      TTH      06:00PM-07:20PM   REC*115         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
                          (9 HRS TBS)
      142210 PE*185RCI*01 INDR ROCK CLMBG: INT        1       A.WHITLATCH      TTH      06:00PM-07:20PM   REC*115         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
                          (9 HRS TBS)(PREQ:PE*185RCB)

       Information in this publication was believed to be correct at press time; however, information is subject to change without notice.
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GETTING STARTED



                                                                   SHADED AREAS DESIGNATE EVENING CLASSES

                            142212 PE*185RCB*02 INDR ROCK CLMBG: BEG      1    A.WHITLATCH    TH              11:00AM-01:50PM   REC*115         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
                                                (9 HRS TBS)
                            142213 PE*185RCI*02 INDR ROCK CLMBG: INT      1    A.WHITLATCH    TH              11:00AM-01:50PM   REC*115         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
                                                (PREQ:PE*185RCB)
                            142214 PE*185JB*01 JUDO: BEG                  1    R.SCHAB        TTH             07:30PM-08:50PM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (9 HRS TBS)
SUMMER CLASSES




                            142215 PE*185JI*01  JUDO: INT                 1    R.SCHAB        TTH             07:30PM-08:50PM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (PREQ:PE*185JB)
                            142216 PE*185JA*01 JUDO: ADV                  1    R.SCHAB        TTH             07:30PM-08:50PM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (9 HRS TBS)(PREQ:PE*185JB)(PREQ:PE*185JI)
                            142217 PE*185KB*01 KARATE: BEG                1    S.LANGENSTEIN MW               07:30PM-08:50PM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (SANJURIU)(9 HRS TBS)
                            142218 PE*185KI*01  KARATE: INT               1    S.LANGENSTEIN MW               07:30PM-08:50PM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (SANJURIU)(9 HRS TBS)(PREQ:PE*185KB)
                            142219 PE*185KA*01 KARATE: ADV                1    S.LANGENSTEIN MW               07:30PM-08:50PM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (SANJURIU)(9 HRS TBS)(PREQ:PE*185KB)(PREQ:PE*185KI)
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                            142220 PE*185KB*02 KARATE: BEG                1    R.MILL         TTH             09:30AM-10:50AM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (9 HRS TBS)
                            142221 PE*185KI*02  KARATE: INT               1    R.MILL         TTH             09:30AM-10:50AM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (9 HRS TBS)(PREQ:PE*185KB)
                            142222 PE*185KA*02 KARATE: ADV                1    R.MILL         TTH             09:30AM-10:50AM   PROS*MAT RM $79.00       $21.00 $26.00
                                                (9 HRS TBS)(PREQ:PE*185KB)(PREQ:PE*185KI)
                            142223 PE*185SC*01 SUPER CIRCUIT              1    M.CORRIEA      TBS             TBS               REC*117         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
                                                (INDIV TIMES TBS)
                            142224 PE*185SC*02 SUPER CIRCUIT              1    M.CORRIEA      TBS             TBS               REC*117         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
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                                                (INDIV TIMES TBS)
                            142227 PE*185WTB*01 WEIGHT TRAINING: BEG      1    T.HOPPE        MTWTH           04:00PM-04:50PM   REC*117         $79.00   $21.00 $26.00
                                                (1 HR TBS)
                            142265 PE*231*01    WELLNESS FOR LIFE         3    T.HOPPE        M               06:00PM-08:50PM   REC*103         $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                                                (11 HRS TBS)
                            142266 PE*231*02D   WELLNESS FOR LIFE         3    D.ESPOSITO     TBS             TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                (SOCC ONLINE)
                            142651 PE*208*01D   SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT        3    M.HERBERT      TBS             TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                (SOCC ONLINE)
COMMUNITY ED




                       POLITICAL SCIENCE
                            169025 PS*201*01D      AM GOVERNMENT              3    C.COLES           TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)

                       PSYCHOLOGY
                            171228 PSY*237*01D     LIFESPAN DEV               3    STAFF             TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
ACADEMIC INFORMATION




                       READING
                            176001 RD*0593*65      READING LAB               0     S.MILLER          TBS   TBS                  TIOG*401        $0.00   $0.00 $0.00
                       #    176022 RD*0751*03      READING SKILLS            3     S.MILLER          MTWTH 08:00AM-08:50AM      TIOG*401        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                                                   (1 HR TBS)(CONC:RD*0593*65)
                       #    176211 RD*101*01       COLLEGE READING I         3     S.MILLER          MTWTH 08:00AM-08:50AM      TIOG*401        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                                                   (CONC:RD*0593*65)

                       SCIENCE, GENERAL
                            151125 GS*104*01D      PHYSICAL SCIENCE        4    L.SYLVIA             TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)(PERQ:WR*90)
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                             Information in this publication was believed to be correct at press time; however, information is subject to change without notice.
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                                                                                                                                                      GETTING STARTED
                                             SHADED AREAS DESIGNATE EVENING CLASSES

SOCIOLOGY
      173115 SOC*204*01      GEN SOCIOLOGY              3    C.ALEXANDER       TWTH     02:00PM-05:20PM   STEN*204        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                             (06/21/11-07/07/11)
      173122 SOC*205*01      GEN SOCIOLOGY              3    C.ALEXANDER       TWTH     02:00PM-05:20PM   STEN*204        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                             (07/12/11-07/28/11)
      173139 SOC*206*01      GEN SOCIOLOGY              3    C.ALEXANDER       TWTH     02:00PM-05:20PM   STEN*204        $237.00 $63.00 $26.00




                                                                                                                                                     SUMMER CLASSES
                             (08/02/11-08/18/11)
      173140 SOC*208*01D     SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT         3    M.HERBERT         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)

SPECIAL INTEREST
&     178251 RE*0810*65      ABC’S OF HOMEBUYING        0    V.ROSE            S        08:00AM-04:50PM   NB*HOUSING      $0.00   $0.00      $0.00
                             (08/06/11)                                                                   AUTH

SPEECH
      115229 SP*100*01D      BASIC SPEECH COMMUN        3    P.YAMAGUCHI       TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00




                                                                                                                                                        DISTANCE LEARNING
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      115341 SP*219*01       SM GROUP DISCUSSION        3    S.PETERS          TTH      12:00PM-01:50PM   SITK*6          $237.00 $63.00 $26.00

WRITING
      127001 WR*0593*65      WRITING CENTER            0   M.STRICKER      TBS       TBS                  TBS*999         $0.00   $0.00      $0.00
                             (HRS TO BEPOSTED)
      127010 WR*0525*01      SENTENCE FUND             5   M.WILSON        MW        09:00AM-10:50AM      SITK*12         $395.00 $105.00 $26.00
                             (23 HRS TBS)
      127011 WR*0525*02D     SENTENCE FUND             5   M.CORDOBA       TBS       TBS                  ONLN*SW         $395.00 $135.00 $26.00




                                                                                                                                                       UNIVERSITY CENTER
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
#h    127088 WR*90*01        PARAGRAPH FUND            3   M.WILSON        MW        09:00AM-10:50AM      SITK*12         $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                             (1 HR TBS)(CONC:WR*0593*65)
h     127089 WR*90*02D       PARAGRAPH FUND            3   M.CORDOBA       TBS       TBS                  ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
#w    127150 WR*121*01       ENGLISH COMP              3   M.WILSON        MW        09:00AM-10:50AM      SITK*12         $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                             (1 HR TBS)(PREQ:WR*90)(CONC:WR*0593*65)(CONC:LIB*0650*65D)
w#    127151 WR*121*02D      ENGLISH COMP              3   M.CORDOBA       TBS       TBS                  ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*90)(CONC:WR*0593*65)(CONC:LIB*0650*65D)




                                                                                                                                                       COMMUNITY ED
w#    127171 WR*122*01       ENGLISH COMP              3   M.WILSON        MW        11:00AM-12:50PM      SITK*12         $237.00 $63.00 $26.00
                             (1 HR TBS)(PREQ:WR*121)(CONC:WR*0593*65)(CONC:LIB*0652*65D)
w#    127172 WR*122*02D      ENGLISH COMP              3   J.SCHULTZ       TBS       TBS                  ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*121)(CONC:WR*0593*65)(CONC:LIB*0652*65D)
#     127184 WR*123*01D      ENGLISH COMP              3   H.MALAFRY       TBS       TBS                  ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*122)(CONC:LIB*0654*65D)
#     127239 WR*227*01D      REPORT WRITING            3   STAFF           TBS       TBS                  ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*122)(CONC:LIB*0654*65D)




                                                                                                                                                        ACADEMIC INFORMATION
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                                                                                                      Seniors Receive Free Tuition
                       one brick at a time                                                            Oregon residents 65 years or older receive
                                                                                                      free tuition . Students must audit their
                                                                                                      classes and are responsible for all course
                       Southwestern Oregon                                                            fees . Only tuition-based and SWOCC-
                       Community College is one                                                       web based courses are eligible . Fee based
                       of the south coast’s great-                                                    or special program courses do not qualify .
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                       est legacies . It represents                                                   Call	the	Student	First	Stop	Center:	Coos	
                       a legacy of innovation,
                                                                                                      Bay campus 541-888-7352; Curry campus
                       community, lifelong
                       learning, and, most                                                            541-813-1667 .
                       importantly, an invest-
                       ment in our future .
                       These community
                       themes are engrained
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                       in Southwestern’s 50
                       years of community
                       service that will be commemo-
                       rated beginning May 1, 2011 with an anniversary


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                       celebration .

                       The celebration will honor our past with a Legacy Brick campaign
                       offering past and present students, employees, and members of the
                       community an indefinite legacy in stone . The Legacy Bricks will line
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                       the quad on the Coos Campus, honoring our past and paving the path
                       to our future .

                       Legacy Bricks come in two sizes . The 4”x8” size is ideal to remember       Burt’s Bees
                                                                                                   Hello Kitty!
                       someone close to you or express a short personal message . An 8”x8”
                       brick allows for a longer message and can even incorporate a logo,
                       making it perfect for organizations throughout the college district .You
                       can leave the legacy of your choice for only a minimum donation of
                       $100 and $200, respectively .
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                       You can reserve your Legacy Brick today online at
                       www .socc .edu/foundation/pgs/alumni .

                       Proceeds for Legacy Bricks support Southwestern students and alumni
                       through the Laker Club Alumni Association . Inaugurated in 2007, the
                       Laker Club has over 820 members . The Club provides opportunities
                       to promote, support, serve, reconnect and celebrate Southwestern
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                       students and the surrounding communities . Anyone who has taken
                                                                                                  SW Clothing • Snacks & Coffee • Gifts • Jewelry
                       at least one class can join and there are no membership fees or dues .
                       Being a member of the Laker Club entitles members to free admission        School Supplies • Art Supplies • Greeting Cards
                       to Laker Club events . The Laker Club will also keep you informed of         Textbooks & College Catalogs • Backpacks
                       SWOCC news via email and give you an opportunity to connect with
                       other Southwestern Alumnus .                                               Phone Cards • Software • Computer Accessories

                       If you are a graduate of Southwestern, or know someone who is, you
                       can join the Laker Club online at www .socc .edu/foundation (click
                                                                                                  Hours:
                       on the Lost and Found logo) . You can also contact the Southwestern
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                                                                                                  Monday - Thursday
                       Foundation office at 541-888-7209 or lakerclub@socc .edu .
                                                                                                  8:30 am - 4:30 pm
                       The May 1 event and unveiling of the Legacy Brick is just the begin-       Phone:
                       ning of an exciting year of events planned to celebrate SWOCC’s 50th
                                                                                                  541-888-7264
                       anniversary! We look forward to seeing you on May 1!

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                                                   David Frohnmayer
                                                 Retired President of University of Oregon


                                                   MAY 6, 2011 ■ 7 PM

                                                                                                     ACADEMIC INFORMATION
                                                Hales Center for the Performing Arts
                                                 Southwestern’s Coos Bay Campus
                                              1988 Newmark, Coos Bay, Oregon 97420

                                                   PUBLIC INVITED ■ FREE
                                                             Sponsored by
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                                                                 Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011


                       Distance Learning
GETTING STARTED




                       For more information on class times, fees and
                       questions, contact the Distance Learning Office
                       at (541) 888-7345, (800) 962-2838 Ext . 7345
                       or a Curry County Campus .

                       Instruction through distance education is offered by Southwestern              Technology Needed
SUMMER CLASSES




                       Oregon Community College . Classes are available online each term .            To have a successful online learning experience, you will need to
                                                                                                      answer	“yes”	to	the	following	questions:
                       Online: Course offerings are provided over the Internet using the
                                                                                                      	    •	 Are	you	connected	to	the	Internet?
                       ANGEL Learning Management System with instructors at either
                                                                                                      	    •	 Do	you	know	how	to	use	e-mail	and	attach	files?
                       SWOCC or another Oregon community college . Tests are either on-
                                                                                                      	    •	 Are	you	comfortable	using	Internet	Explorer,	Mozilla	or	an-
                       line or proctored at designated sites .
                                                                                                               other	Internet	browser?
                                                                                                      	    •	 Do	you	know	how	to	upload	and	download	files?
                       ANGEL is the Web-based software designed to deliver online learning .          Your computer needs to be able to run a browser and download files .
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                       ANGEL has a variety of teaching and learning tools totally online .            The minimum is a 486 PC .You also need to be able to reach the World
                                                                                                      Wide Web through dial up, DSL or cable . If you use dial up, it will help
                       WebAdvisor is our student registration system . To register for or             to have a local access number so you can avoid long distance charges .
                       drop courses, use WebAdvisor .                                                 For more information those interested can visit www.socc.edu/distance
                                                                                                      and click on Technical Requirements .
                       Host/Provider Courses: Southwestern’s quarterly list of online                 If you are using computer equipment in your workplace, make sure
                       courses provided by partnering community colleges can be found on              you will have access to it for at least five hours each week and on sev-
                       WebAdvisor .                                                                   eral different days .
                                                                                                      Students taking online courses are responsible for acquiring their own
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                       Registration                                                                   Internet access and software products . Students without access may be
                       Registration for distance education classes can be done at the Coos            able to use the campus computer labs, but the College does not guar-
                       Bay campus Student First Stop Center in Dellwood Hall, at one of the           antee full-time accessibility or access to all needed software .
                       Curry offices (be sure to alert the registration clerk you are registering
                       for an online class) or online using WebAdvisor .
                                                                                                      Assistance
                                                                                                      Not everyone is ready for online courses . You must be comfortable
                       Financial Aid                                                                  with and have access to a reliable, Internet-capable computer .You will
                       Students enrolling in distance education courses are eligible to receive       be asked to log in, send e-mails with attachments, upload and down-
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                       federal financial aid assistance . Visit www.socc.edu and click on Financial   load files, and do research on the World Wide Web . It is important to
                       Aid for more information .                                                     have these skills prior to registering for the course .
                                                                                                      Southwestern has a variety of ways for you to be successful . Please
                       Textbooks                                                                      make sure you are ready for this new, exciting and convenient way to
                       If you are taking an online course taught by a Southwestern instructor,        learn!
                       visit the SWOCC Bookstore in Stensland Hall on the Coos Bay campus                 1) Visit our Web site www.socc.edu/distance/
                       or online at www.socc.edu/bookstore . For more information call 541-                   for basic information on getting started .
                       888-7264, (800)962-2838 Ext . 7264 or e-mail dclements@socc.edu .                  2) Contact the Distance Education department (541) 888-7345 or
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
ACADEMIC INFORMATION




                       Students in Curry County can order books online or at their local                      (800) 962-2838 Ext . 7345 for registration information about
                       center .                                                                               our no cost “Introduction to Online Learning” class online!
                       If you are taking a course from a host college, please check that col-             3) An online student information booklet is located at
                       lege’s online bookstore to order books directly from them .                            www.socc.edu/distance/ under Student Resources .



                          Hybrid Courses                                                                Web Enhanced Courses
                          What is a Hybrid course at Southwestern?                                      What is a Web Enhanced course at Southwestern?
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                          These are course sections with a required ANGEL online                        These are course sections with a recommended ANGEL
                          component that replaces some of the face-to-face instruc-                     online component where additional learning and resources
                          tion time . Hybrid course sections are marked with HB at                      for your class can be found . Web Enhanced course sections
                          the end of the section number . The dates and times of the                    are marked with WE at the end of the section number . The
                          classes are listed, but online replacements will be indi-                     dates and times of the class remain the same they just have
                          cated by TBA or TBS .                                                         an additional online resource .

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                               SUMMER 2011 DISTANCE LEARNING SCHEDULE




                                                                                                                                                      GETTING STARTED
                   Please	see	WebAdvisor	for	current	information:	www.socc.edu		•		This	schedule	is	subject	to	change.
q     INTAKE PROCESS REQUIRED BEFORE REGISTRATION                           w     WR 90 OR TEST SCORES OR INSTR RECOMMEND
h     WR 0525 OR TEST SCORES OR INSTR CONSENT                               #     LAB REQUIRED

                                     SUMMER TERM 2011 BEGINS JUNE 20, 2011
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                                                                                                                                                     SUMMER CLASSES
    SYNONYM COURSE #         TITLE                   CREDITS INSTRUCTOR         DAYS    TIME              LOCATION        TUITION FEE     REG FEE


ABE/GED/ESL
      174740 GED*0745*67D GED                           0    M.BRUMIT           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00   $0.00      $0.00
                          (SOCC ONLINE)

ACCOUNTING AND BOOKKEEPING
      117335 AC*2766*01D     ACCOUNTING                 4    S.PETERSEN         TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)




                                                                                                                                                        DISTANCE LEARNING
ANTHROPOLOGY
      163349 ANTH*221*01D INTR CULTURAL         3    C.ALEXANDER                TBA     TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                          ANTHROPOLOGY (SOCC ONLINE)

ART
      111122   ART*204*01D   HISTORY WEST ART           3    F.VASSAR           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      111134   ART*205*01D   HISTORY WEST ART           3    F.VASSAR           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)




                                                                                                                                                       UNIVERSITY CENTER
BIOLOGY/BOTANY
      134322 BI*149*01D      INTRO TO HUMAN GENETICS 3       R.FIELDS           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)
      134323 BI*149*02D      INTRO TO HUMAN GENETICS 3       R.FIELDS           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
      119225 BA*101*01D      INTRO TO BUSINESS          4    B.LOCKER           TBA     TBA               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      119237 BA*230*01D      BUSINESS LAW               4    R.SUMMERVILLE TBS          TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00




                                                                                                                                                       COMMUNITY ED
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      119246 BA*277*01D      BUSINESS ETHICS            3    L.STAGG-BROWN TBS          TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      119275 BA*285*01D      HUMAN RLTNS IN ORGS        3    S.LIGGETT          TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      119276 BA*285*02D      HUMAN RLTNS IN ORGS        3    J.ENGELKE          TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)

CHEMISTRY



                                                                                                                                                        ACADEMIC INFORMATION
      136186 CHEM*110*02D FND OF GEN, ORGANIC &    4   L.SYLVIA                 TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                          BIO CHEM (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)
      136187 CHEM*110*03D FND OF GEN, ORGANIC &    4   L.SYLVIA                 TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                          BIO CHEM (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)

COMPUTER INFO SYSTEMS
      122403 CS*0725*01D     INTRO TO ONLINE LEARNING 0      K.MATSON           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00   $0.00      $0.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      122411 CIS*101*02D     COMPTRS IN SOCIETY       2      B.PRATT            TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $158.00 $72.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      122431 CIS*120*02D     CONCEPTS OF COMP         4      K.MATSON           TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
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                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:CS*101)

EDUCATION
      175229 ED*258*01D      MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION 3       C.MEIER            TBS     TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)




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                           SYNONYM COURSE #        TITLE                   CREDITS INSTRUCTOR        DAYS     TIME              LOCATION        TUITION FEE     REG FEE
GETTING STARTED



                       HEALTH & FIRST AID
                            137351 HE*250*01D      PERSONAL HEALTH            3    T.HOPPE           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            137357 HE*250*07D      PERSONAL HEALTH            3    A.WHITLATCH       TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)

                       HEALTH OCCUPATIONS
                            141022 AH*111*01D     MED TERM I              3    S.THOM                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)
SUMMER CLASSES




                            141028   AH*112*01D   MED TERM II             3    S.THOM                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:OA*2221)
                            141037   AH*121*01D   BODY STRCT/FNCTN I      3    R.KNIGHT              TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)
                            141045   AH*152*01D   MED LAW & ETHICS        2    R.KNIGHT              TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $158.00 $72.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)
                            141125   FN*225*01D   NUTRITION               4    K.HEAD                TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                  (SOCC ONLINE)
                       q    141422   NUR*9190*01D BNA DIDACTIC            5    E.RILEY               TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00   $500.00 $0.00
                                                  (SOCC STUDENTS)(SOCC ONLINE)
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                       HISTORY
                            168075 HST*104*01D     HIST OF MID EAST           3    J.EVANS           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)

                       HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
                            172229 HD*112*01D      STUDY SKILLS I             3    C.BYRD            TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)

                       LIBRARY SCIENCES
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                            180125 LIB*0650*65D    INFO LITERACY I            0    S.AVASTHI         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00   $0.00      $0.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            180225 LIB*0652*65D    INFO LITERACY II           0    S.AVASTHI         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00   $0.00      $0.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            180325 LIB*0654*65D    INFO LITERACY III          0    S.AVASTHI         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $0.00   $0.00      $0.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)

                       LITERATURE
                            129116 HUM*204*01D     WORLD MYTHLGY & RLGN       3    H.MALAFRY         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            129134 HUM*205*01D     WORLD MYTHLGY & RLGN       3    H.MALAFRY         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
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                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            129291 ENG*104*01D     INTR LITERATURE            3    J.SCHULTZ         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)

                       MATHEMATICS
                            158164 MTH*70*03D      ELEM ALGEBRA            4       S.MILLER          TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*55)
                            158203 MTH*94*03D      INT ALGEBRA I           4       D.RICHARDSON      TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)
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ACADEMIC INFORMATION




                            158253 MTH*95*03D      INT ALGEBRA II          4       D.RICHARDSON      TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*94)

                       OFFICE OCCUPATIONS
                            123125 OA*121*01D      KEYBOARDING I           3       B.PRATT           TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)
                            123134 OA*124*01D      KEYBOARDING SKL BLDG 3          B.PRATT           TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:OA*121)

                       PHILOSOPHY
                            131113   PHL*102*01D   ETHICS                   3   J.SELLARS            TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
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                                                   (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*121)
                            131122 PHL*103*01D     INTRO LOGIC & CRITICAL   3   J.SELLARS            TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                                                   THINKING (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*121)




                             Information in this publication was believed to be correct at press time; however, information is subject to change without notice.
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     SYNONYM COURSE #        TITLE                   CREDITS INSTRUCTOR        DAYS     TIME              LOCATION        TUITION FEE   REG FEE




                                                                                                                                                    GETTING STARTED
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
      142266 PE*231*02D      WELLNESS FOR LIFE          3    D.ESPOSITO        TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
      142651 PE*208*01D      SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT         3    M.HERBERT         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)

POLITICAL SCIENCE
      169025 PS*201*01D      AM GOVERNMENT              3    C.COLES           TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)




                                                                                                                                                   SUMMER CLASSES
PSYCHOLOGY
      171228 PSY*237*01D     LIFESPAN DEV               3    STAFF             TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)

SCIENCE, GENERAL
      151125 GS*104*01D      PHYSICAL SCIENCE        4       L.SYLVIA          TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $316.00 $114.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:MTH*70)

SOCIOLOGY




                                                                                                                                                      DISTANCE LEARNING
      173140 SOC*208*01D     SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT         3    M.HERBERT         TBS      TBS               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)

SPEECH
      115229 SP*100*01D      BASIC SPEECH COMMUN        3    P.YAMAGUCHI       TBA      TBA               ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)

WRITING
      127011 WR*0525*02D     SENTENCE FUND           5    M.CORDOBA        TBS     TBS                    ONLN*SW         $395.00 $135.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)




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h     127089 WR*90*02D       PARAGRAPH FUND          3    M.CORDOBA        TBS     TBS                    ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)
w#    127151 WR*121*02D      ENGLISH COMP            3    M.CORDOBA        TBS     TBS                    ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*90)(CONC:WR*0593*65)(CONC:LIB*0650*65D)
w#    127172 WR*122*02D      ENGLISH COMP            3    J.SCHULTZ        TBS     TBS                    ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*121)(CONC:WR*0593*65)(CONC:LIB*0652*65D)
#     127184 WR*123*01D      ENGLISH COMP            3    H.MALAFRY        TBS     TBS                    ONLN*SW         $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*122)(CONC:LIB*0654*65D)
#     127239 WR*227*01D      REPORT WRITING          3    STAFF            TBS     TBS                    ONLN*SW        $237.00 $93.00 $26.00
                             (SOCC ONLINE)(PREQ:WR*122)(PREQ:WR*214)(PREQ:WR*214T)                        (CONC:LIB*0654*65D)




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       Ready for a Transition to College or a Career?
                                  College and Career Preparation
                                                                                                                                                      ACADEMIC INFORMATION
                                         GED Preparation
                                College Placement Test Preparation
                                Summer Term begins June 20, 2011.
                                        COST: $50 per term
                      Call (541)888-7116 to enroll or Email alspinfo@socc.edu
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       Individualized schedules between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday
                   Open study lab 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
    Class Location: Newmark Center, Second Floor, 1988 Newmark Avenue, Coos Bay, Oregon

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                       Southwestern Oregon
GETTING STARTED




                       University Center
                               University Education for the Oregon Coast
SUMMER CLASSES




                                         Earn your Bachelor’s or Graduate degree from an
                                            Oregon University while living on the coast!
                                Tioga 318 ● 1988 Newmark Avenue ● Coos Bay, OR 97420 ● 541-888-1518
                                                 southwestern@ous.edu ● www.ous.edu/ucsw
                               University Center Hours: 8:30–5:00 Monday–Friday (Later times by appointment)
                            ADVISING,	ADMISSION	ASSISTANCE,	DISTANCE	PROGRAMS,	ON-SITE	CLASSES	
 DISTANCE LEARNING




                                     Oregon University System Distance Programs
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                       Bachelor’s Degrees
                       	 •	Fire	Services	Administration
                       	 •	Criminal	Justice	(minor	in	Homeland	Security/
                            Community	Preparedness)                               Bachelor’s Degrees
                       Graduate	Degrees                                           	 •	Anthropology/Sociology
                       	 •	M.A.T.	-	Secondary	Education*                          	 •	Business	Administration
                       	 •	MA,	Criminal	Justice                                   	 •	Business	Economics
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                       Certificate                                                	 •	English	(Literature/Film)
                       	 •	Homeland	Sec/Community	Preparedness                    	 •	Fire	Services	Administration
                                                                                  	 •	Liberal	Studies	(select	2	minors	below)
                                                                                  	 	 Minors:	Anthropology/Sociology,	Biology,	Business,	
                                                                                      Chemistry,	Economics,	English	(Literature/Film),	
                                                                                      Gender	Studies,	Geography,	Gerontology,	Health	
                                                                                      Studies,	History,	Interdisciplinary	Writing,	Native	
                                                                                      American	Studies,	Philosophy,	Physical	Education,	
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
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                       Bachelor’s Degrees                                             Political	Science,	Psychology,	Spanish
                       	 •	Business	Administration	–	Onsite	in	Coos	Bay           	 •	Philosophy,	Politics,	and	Economics
                       	 	 Majors:	Management,	Managerial	Accounting,             	 •	Physical	Activity	and	Health
                       	 	 Public	Accounting                                      	 •	Psychology
                       	 •	Criminology/Criminal	Justice                           	 •	Multidisciplinary	Studies	(with	Initial	Teacher	
                       	 •	Early	Childhood	Education                                  Licensure).	CUESTE-	Onsite	in	Coos	Bay
                       Graduate	Degrees                                           Graduate	Degrees
                       	 •	Master	in	Education/Continuing	Teacher	License	        	 •	MS,	Education,	Continuing	Licensure
                       	 •	MBA	–	requires	Saturday	campus	visits
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                       	 •	Masters	of	Arts	in	Teaching-	Special	Education
                       	 •	Masters	of	Theatre	Education	(emphasis	production	&	
                             design)
                              	
                       Certificates:	Accounting,	Early	Childhood	Development,	
                       Mgmt	of	Aging	Services,	Mgmt	of	Human	Resources,	Non-
                           	
                       Profit	Mgmt,	ReadOregon,	Special	Education

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                                                                                                                            GETTING STARTED
Bachelor’s Degrees                                           Bachelor’s Degrees
	 •	Marine	Biology	(onsite	at	OIMB)                          	 •	Criminology




                                                                                                                           SUMMER CLASSES
Graduate	Degrees                                             	 •	Liberal	Studies	
	 •	Applied	Information	Management	(AIM)	                    	 	 Minors:	Civic	Leadership,	Psychology,	Sociology,	
	 	 Areas	of	Emphasis:	Curriculum	Components:	                    Sustainable	Urban	Development,	Women’s	Studies
     Information	Mgmt,	Information	Design,	Business	Mgmt,	   	 •	Social	Science
     Applied	Research                                        Graduate	Degrees
	 •	MS,	Marine	Biology	(onsite	at	OIMB)                      	 •		MBA	Online*
Even	if	you	are	not	a	currently	admitted	U	of	O	student,	    	 •	MA/MS	Curriculum	and	Instruction
you	can	take	courses	at	the	U	of	O	through	the	Community	    Certificates:	Early	Childhood	Education,	Rural
Education	program.	Students	can	take	almost	any	course	      Communities	Social	Services,	Volunteer	Engagement/




                                                                                                                              DISTANCE LEARNING
offered	by	the	U	of	O.                                       Leadership




Bachelor’s Degrees




                                                                                                                             UNIVERSITY CENTER
	 •	B.A/B.S.	Economics                                       Completion	Degrees
	 •	B.S.	Environmental	Science                               	 •	Applied	Health	Management
	 •	B.S.	Fisheries	and	Wildlife                              	 •	Dental	Hygiene
	 •	B.S.	General	Agriculture                                 	 •	Echocardiography
	 •	B.A./B.S.	General	Anthropology                           	 •	Radiological	Science
	 •	B.S.	General	Horticulture                                	 •	Respiratory	Care
	 •	B.S.	Human	Development	&	Family	Studies                  	 •	Vascular	Technology
	 •	B.A./B.S.	Liberal	Studies(includes	a	pre-teaching	       	 	 Minors:	Business,	Information	Technology
     option)                                                 Bachelor Degrees




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	 •	Minors:	Anthropology,	Business/Entrepreneurship,	        	 •	Information	Technology	–	online
     Chemistry,	Environmental	Science,	Fish	&	Wildlife,	     	 	 Option:	Applications	Development
     German,	Natural	Resources,	Political	Science,	          	 •	Operations	Management	–	online
     Psychology,	Sociology,	US	History,	Writing	             Associates/Certificates	
	 •	B.S.	Natural	Resources                                   	 •	Polysomnographic	Technology
	 •	B.A./B.S.	Political	Science
	 •	B.A./B.S.	Women	Studies
Graduate	Degrees



                                                                                                                              ACADEMIC INFORMATION
	 •	Ed.M.	Adult	Education	
	 •	Ed.M.	Education	K-12
	 •	Ed.	D./PhD	Education,	Community	College	Leadership*
	 •	ESOL/Bilingual	Endorsement
	 •	M.A.T.	Early	Childhood/	Elem	Ed.                         Bachelor’s Degrees
	 •	M.S.,	Science	and	Math	Education                         	 •	RNBSN
	 •	MS,M.H.P.	Radiation	Health	Physics	
	 •	PhD	in	Counseling*
Graduate	Certificates
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	 •	Fisheries	Management,	GI	Sciences	,	Sustainable	         *This program may require occasional visits to campus.
     Natural	Resources,	Water	Conflict	Management,	
     Management	for	Professional	Sciences
Online	Courses:		9	Foreign	Languages	including	Arabic,	
French,	German	&	Spanish.	Online	General/Organic	
Chemistry	Courses	&	Labs.

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                                                   Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011


                       Transitional Education
GETTING STARTED




                       Located at the Newmark Center
                       Call	(541)	888-7116	for	more	information	or	to	register.

                       Pay one $50.00 fee and take as many classes
                       as you need during the quarter!
SUMMER CLASSES




                       ADULT BASIC SKILLS:

                       GED – Study for the passage of the                      •	 Early Career Pathways
                       five GED exams                                             helps you prepare for
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                       •	 Language	Arts/                                          starting a Southwestern
                       •	 Literature                                              Career Pathways
                       •	 Writing                                              	 certificate
                       •	 Math                                                 	 •	 Am	I	making	the	right
                       •	 Science                                              	 	 career	choice?
                       •	 Social	Studies                                       	 •	 What	do	people	do	in	my
                                                                               	 	 chosen	career?
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                       Skills Upgrade – Intensive study to college levels      	 •	 Am	I	ready	for	college?
                       •	 Mathematics                                          	 •	 How	do	I	get	started?
                       •	 Reading
                       •	 Writing                                              English as a Second Language (ESL) and
                       •	 Science	reviews                                      citizenship – Improve your English skills in
                                                                               •	 Listening
                       Adult Basic Education (ABE) – Review basic              •	 Speaking
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                       skills and move towards your goal                       •	 Reading
                       •	 Reading                                              •	 Writing
                       •	 Writing
                       •	 Study	and	learning	skills                            High School Credit Recovery
                                                                               •	 Recover	lost	high	school	credits
                       Computer Literacy                                       •	 Improve	low	grades
                       Learn	basic	computer	skills	using	Word	Processing,	     •	 Graduate	on	time!
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                       Spreadsheets, Data Base Software, Presentation
                       Software and the Internet.

                       Open Computer Lab                                          Enroll in our classes held on the second
                       •	 Quiet	place	to	study	or	research	on	the	internet        floor of the Newmark Center. Our classes
                       •	 Use	Microsoft	Office	Suite                              use trained instructors, comfortable work
                       •	 Use	of	other	Educational	Software                       stations, multimedia, high-speed Internet
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                                                                                  and Microsoft 2007 Professional Office
                                                                                  Suite.

                                       We	also	offer	GED	classes	in	outlying	areas	-	Call	today	for	more	information.

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Educación Transicional




                                                                                                                  GETTING STARTED
Localizado en el Newmark Center
Para	mas	información	o	para	registrarte	llama	al	541	888-7116

Paga una cuota de $50.00 y toma todas las




                                                                                                                 SUMMER CLASSES
clases que necesites durante el trimestre!


DESTREzAS BASICAS PARA ADULTOS:
                                                          Primeros pasos hacia
GED- Estudia para aprobar las cinco pruebas del           tu carrera (Early Career
GED. (General Education Diploma)                          Pathways) – ayuda a




                                                                                                                    DISTANCE LEARNING
•	 Artes	del	lenguaje                                     prepararte para obtener tu
•	 Literatura	                                            certificado de “Career Pathways”.
•	 Escritura	                                             •	 ¿Elegí	la	carrera	correcta?
•	 Matemáticas                                            •	 ¿En	la	carrera	que	escogí…
•	 Ciencia                                                	   que	se	hace?
•	 Estudias	Sociales                                      •	 ¿	Estoy	listo	para	la	Universidad?
                                                          •	 ¿Cómo	puedo	comenzar?




                                                                                                                   UNIVERSITY CENTER
Destrezas a nivel Avanzado – Estudio intensivo a
nivel Universitario                                       Inglés como Segundo Idioma (ESL) y ciudadanía-
•	 Matemáticas                                            mejora tu Ingles en las destrezas de
•	 Lectura                                                •	 Escuchar
•	 Escritura                                              •	 Hablar
•	 Repasos	de	Ciencia                                     •	 Lectura
                                                          •	 Escritura




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Educación Básica para Adultos (ABE) – Repasa
destrezas básicas y avanza hacia tu objetivo              Recobrar Créditos de Escuela Superio
•	 Lectura                                                •	 Recobra	créditos	de	Escuela	Superio	perdidos
•	 Escritura                                              •	 Mejora	bajas	calificaciones
•	 Destrezas	para	estudiar	y	aprender.                    •	 Graduate	a	tiempo!




                                                                                                                    ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Computación
Aprende	conocimientos	básica	de	Informática	utilizando	
Procesamiento	de	Texto,	Hojas	de	cálculo,	Base	de	
Datos de Software, Software para presentaciones y la        Inscríbete en nuestras clases, que se im-
internet.
                                                            parten en el segundo piso del Newmark
                                                            Center. Contamos con instructores capac-
Laboratorio de Computación de Acceso libre
                                                            itados, cómodas estaciones de trabajo,
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•	 Lugar	tranquilo	donde	estudiar	y	hacer
	  investigaciones	utilizando	la	internet.
                                                            multimedia, internet de alta velocidad y
•	 Uso	de	Microsoft	Office
                                                            Microsoft 2007 Professional Office.
•	 Uso	de	otros	Software	Educacionales.



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                                                              Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011


                       Community Education
GETTING STARTED




                       Because You Never Stop Learning!
                       For more information on these                      PE*0582 SWIMNASTICS                              PE*0213 BALLROOM DANCE I
                       classes	call	541-888-7328	or	visit	                Make a splash in water aerobics! This fun ex-    Look great on the dance floor! Have fun
                                                                          ercise program uses water resistance to tone     learning the Fox Trot, East Coast Swing,
                       www.socc.edu/communityed                           muscles, improve flexibility and achieve ba-     Waltz and Rumba with instructor Lynn
SUMMER CLASSES




                       Welcome to Southwestern’s Community                sic physical conditioning .                      Haller .
                       Education! Offering life-long learning             Location	 for	 all	 Swimnastics:	 North	 Bend	   Location:	Eagles	Hall,	CB
                       and personal enrichment opportunities              Pool . Summer classes are 8 weeks                Date:	Mon,	June	20-July	18	    Cost:	$35	
                       to the community . Non-credit classes,                                                              Time:	6	to	7:30	pm	 (Synonym	142001)
                                                                          Day:		Mondays	
                       seminars, and workshops are provided by            Time:		7	to	8	pm	                  Cost:	$20     BALLROOM DANCE II
                       Southwestern’s teaching staff and by quali-        Instructor:	Heidi	McCarthy	 (Synonym	142101)     Location:		Eagles	Hall,	CB
                       fied instructors from our community . For                                                           Date:	Mon,	June	20-July	18	 Cost:	$35
                       more information visit our website at              Days:		Mon/Wed
                                                                          Time:	7	to	8	pm	                   Cost:	$40     Time:	7:30	to	9	pm	 (Synonym	142002)
                       www .socc/communityed or call 541-888-
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                       7328 . Synonyms are included for registra-         Instructor:	Heidi	McCarthy	 (Synonym	142105)
                                                                                                                           PE*0230 INTERNATIONAL
                       tion purposes .                                    Days:		Mon/Wed/Fri                               FOLK DANCE
                                                                          Time:	7:30	to	8:30	am	            		Cost:	$60    A partner is not required for this physical,
                                                                          Instructor:	Jennifer	Berti	 (Synonym	142102)     social and cultural activity where you will
                         FITNESS & RECREATION                             Days:		Tues/Thurs                                learn folk dances from Eastern Europe,
                                                                          Time:	6	to	7	pm	                    Cost:	$40    Israel, Turkey, and various other countries .
                                                                          Instructor:	Barbara	Johnson	 (Synonym	142103)    Instructor Stacy Rose is a founding mem-
                                                                                                                           ber of the South Coast Folk Society and is
                                                                                                                           dedicated to the preservation, study, teach-
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                                                                          PE*0582 YOGA
                                                                          Elegant postures, stretching, proper breath-     ing, enjoyment and continuing evolution of
                                                                          ing techniques, and stress reduction are         traditional and historical dance, music and
                       PE*0582 ZUMBA®                                     emphasized in these wonderfully relaxing         song . Come join the fun!
                       It’s not exercise; it’s a party with Instructor    classes designed to introduce new and re-        Location:	Recreation	Center	      Cost:	$40
                       Melissa Loudenbeck! Move to irresistible           turning students to Hatha physical yoga .You     Day:	Tuesdays	          Time:	7	to	8:50	pm
                       Latin rhythms in this workout where you            will find yourself becoming more flexible
                       can gear up or gear down with the music .          and relaxed while improving your health .        PE*0410 CHILDREN’S JUDO
                       Location:		Recreation	Center                                                                        Young students, ages 6 to 13, are introduced
                       Days:	Tues/Thurs/Fri	 Dates:	June	21-Sept	9        Beginning Yoga                                   to basic skill development in the fundamen-
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                       Time:	Noon	to	1	pm	 (Synonym	142110)               Location:	Rec	Center	                            tals of Judo . Judo is an ideal form of physical
                                                                          Time:	Mondays	1	to	2	pm                          exercise and character building . Keep your
                       PE*0582 KICKBOXING                                 Instructor:	Amy	Levin	 (Synonym	142108)          child out of harm’s way with this safe and
                       Burn calories and blast fat with Instructor                                                         reliable system of self-defense against armed
                                                                          Yoga for Health                                  or unarmed attack .
                       Melissa Loudenbeck! This Turbo Kick® class         Location:	Rec	Center
                       mixes kickboxing and simple dance moves                                                             Location:		Prosper	Mat	Room	 Days:		TBA
                                                                          Time:	Wednesdays	1	to	2	pm                       Time:		6:30	to	7:30	pm	              Cost:	$50
                       with music that makes you want to get up           Instructor:	Amy	Levin	 (Synonym	142107)
                       and move!                                                                                           Instructor:		Rob	Schab	 (Synonym	142062)
                       Location:		Recreation	Center                       Time:	Thursdays	1	to	2	pm
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
ACADEMIC INFORMATION




                       Days:	Mon/Wed/Fri	 Time:	5:30	to	6:20	pm           Instructor:	Amy	Levin	 (Synonym	142106)          PE*0416 BEGINNING KARATE
                       Dates:	June	20-Sept	9	 (Synonym	142123)                                                             - Coquille
                                                                          PE*0582 TAI CHI                                  Students will learn basic blocks, strikes and
                       PE*0582 PILATES EXERCISE                           Tai Chi is not just good exercise; scientific    kicks as well as self-defense techniques for
                       Melissa Loudenbeck teaches a classical sys-        study has documented dramatic reductions         almost any type of situation . This course is
                       tematic integrative approach to Pilates®           in falls for those practicing this graceful      taught by Sensei Andrew Suhrer, who has 11
                       training . The desired result is an energized      Chinese martial art . Participants will ex-      years experience and is a second level black
                       pain free and strong body . This program is        perience improved coordination and body          belt in karate and first level black belt in
                       based on the principle that before work-           awareness, as well as the peace that accom-      Jujitsu .
                       ing the peripheral parts of the body the           panies this graceful moving meditation .
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                       core needs to be strong and stable . Bring a       Location:	Prosper	Mat	Room                       Youth Jujitsu
                       Pilates® or yoga exercise mat to class .           Date:	Wednesdays	           Time:	5	to	6	pm      Location:	Coquille	Middle	School	 Cost:	$50
                       Location:		Recreation	Center                       Instructor:	Ann	Fillmore	 (Synonym	142122)       Day:	Mon/Wed	           Time:	6	to	6:50	pm
                       Days:	Mon/Wed	             Time:	12	to	1	pm                                                         Adult Karate
                       Dates:	June	20-Sept	9	 (Synonym	142109)            Location:	Rec	Center
                                                                          Date:	Saturdays	            Time:	1	to	2	pm      Location:	Coquille	Middle	School	 Cost:	$60
                                                                          Instructor:	Ann	Fillmore (Synonym 142111)        Day:	Mon/	Wed	          Time:	7	to	8:20	pm

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                                       Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011

   ART & PHOTOGRAPHY                               exposure compensation, as well as which                 SPECIAL INTEREST




                                                                                                                                                      GETTING STARTED
                                                   camera to use to achieve the photographer’s
ART* 0010 JEWELRY MAKING                           desired creative effect .                        RE*0810 ABC’S OF HOME BUYING
This is a workshop designed to introduce           Location:	Randolph	9                             The more prepared you are as a prospec-
jewelry making as an art form . A variety of       Date:	Tues	                  Time:	6	to	9	pm     tive homebuyer; the more likely your buy-
media, tools, techniques and processes are         Price:	$95	               (Synonym	114207)	  	   ing experience will be a satisfying one . This
explored . The elements of art and principles                                                       class is designed to help participants prepare
of design are used to analyze, design, cre-        ART*0010 GET READY FOR                           for home ownership . The ABC’s of Home
ate, and evaluate jewelry . Students will learn    PHOTOSHOP®                                       Buying class will walk you through the




                                                                                                                                                     SUMMER CLASSES
about beads, findings . Students will be able      This 4-hour information packed workshop          home buying process . Learn about housing
to create a necklace, earring, or bracelet         will explore basic computer hardware and         decisions, financial preparation, mortgages,
set . Please Pre Register with Community &         software for setting up your own digital im-     shopping for a home, closing your loan, and
Workforce Development at 541-888-7328 .            aging workstation . Microsoft® Windows 7™,       protecting your investment after you have
Location:	B2	                 Day:	06/25/11        Adobe® Photoshop® CS5, Adobe® Bridge,            moved into your new home . This course was
Time:	1-4	pm	           Price:	$20	each	class	 	   Adobe® Camera Raw 4 .x and Adobe®                produced by the Homeowner Education
                                                   Lightroom™ .                                     Collaborative of Oregon and meets the
ART*0220 PHOTOGRAPHING                             Location:	Randolph	9	            Cost:	$30       HUD guidelines for an 8-hour home own-
NATURE – Flowing Water                             Date:	Sat		June	25	 Time:	9	am	to	12:50	pm       ership class requirement . Those interested
                                                   Instructor:	Tony	Mason	                          may call 541-756-1000 to register .




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                                                                                                    Location:	 North	 Bend	 Umpqua	 Coastal	
                                                   CS*0613 PHOTOSHOP® FOR                           Housing Center
                                                   PHOTOGRAPHERS I                                  Date:	August	6	                 Price:	$30.00
                                                   This hands-on course allows the student to       Time:	8	am	to	5	pm	
                                                   explore the digital photographic darkroom
                                                   using the basic tools of Adobe® Photoshop®       BA*0831 FINANCIAL FITNESS
                                                   CS5, Adobe® Bridge CS5, and Adobe®               Without access to quality information and
                                                   Camera Raw (Windows 7™ Versions) . Step-         guidance, you can miss out on wealth build-
                                                   by-step instruction and the use of sample        ing opportunities, or worse, fall into traps




                                                                                                                                                       UNIVERSITY CENTER
                                                   images will emphasize and encourage non-         that eventually lead to financial ruin . This
                                                   destructive workflow including the use of        personal finance course will teach you mon-
                                                   layers, adjustment layers, layer masks, and      ey management skills that can help put you
Golden & Silver Falls and Sweet Creek Falls        more . Other topics may include global vs .      on the path to decreasing debt and increas-
are your destinations for this two-day photo-      local adjustments, straightening and crop-       ing resources, including long-term home
graphic field trip . Learn how to photograph       ping, adjusting color, contrast and exposure,    ownership . Financial literacy can help you
the different characteristics of water using       spotting (cloning), curves, levels, dodge,       become aware of common pitfalls, consum-
creative in-camera affects that can impact         burn and filters .                               er scams, predatory lending practices and
and inspire . Some hiking is required .            Location:	Randolph	9                             how to avoid them . Those interested may
Location:	Randolph	9	        Day:	7/16,	7/17       Date:	Wed	               Time:	6	to	8:50	pm      call 541-756-1000 to register .




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Time:	9	am	to	5:50	pm	             Price:	$50      Price:	$	95	             (Synonym	114206)        Location:	 North	 Bend	 Umpqua	 Coastal	
                                                                                                    Housing Center
ART*0220 PHOTOGRAPHING                             ART* 0010 GET TO KNOW YOUR                       Date:	Sat,	June	25	     Time:	8	am	to	5	pm
NATURE – Central Oregon                            DIGITAL CAMERA I and II                          Price:	$30	
This photographic, in-the field workshop           Want to learn more about the camera
lets participants explore and photograph           you’ve	been	using?	Generic	features	of	the	
central Oregon’s Painted Hills (part of the        digital camera will be explored to give you a
John Day Fossil Beds National Monument) .          better understanding of the equipment and


                                                                                                                                                        ACADEMIC INFORMATION
Some hiking is required .                          how to get the most out of it . Please bring
Location:	Mitchell,	OR                             your camera and instruction manual .
Day:	July	8,	9,	&	10	          Price:	$130
                                                   CAMERA I:                                          We offer a wide range of highly inter-
                                                   Location:	Randolph	9                               active courses that you can take entirely
ART*0393 INTRODUCTION TO                           Date:	June	25		      Time:	2	to	5:50	pm
PHOTO BASICS (Digital and Film)                                                                       over the Internet . All of our courses
                                                   Price:	$30.00	       (Synonym	114001)
This full-term basic photography course will                                                          include expert instructors, many of
introduce students to the techniques of digi-      CAMERA II                                          whom are nationally known authors .
tal and film photography, and the creative         Location:	Randolph	9                               Our online courses are affordable, fun,
photographic process . While this course           Date:	July	2,		      Time:	9	to	11:50	am	          fast, convenient, and geared just for
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will focus on the “35mm, SLR style” cam-           Price:	$30.00	                                     you . Register at www .ed2go .com/socc
era, other types of digital and film cameras                                                          Price:	$90	per	class.
will not be left out . Topics include camera
controls such as shutter speeds, apertures,
ISO settings, white balance, histograms, and


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                                                           Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011


                       Workforce Development
GETTING STARTED




                       Looking for training opportunities right here at home?
                       For	more	information	on	these	trainings	call	541-888-7328	or	visit	www.socc.edu/workforce.

                                                                  TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS
                       CS*0613 COMPUTER BASICS I                                         CS	*0613	EXCEL	BASICS	-	Functions	and	Functionality
SUMMER CLASSES




                       Designed to help build basic computer skills necessary for        Learn Excel from the first click—no experience necessary! We
                       school, work, or at home. David Johnson will start you out at     will cover many Microsoft Excel topics, starting with basic vo-
                       the beginning with time to learn and practice your new skills.    cabulary, and then look at planning a worksheet, formulas
                       No computer experience needed.                                    and functions, shortcuts, creating charts, and making the
                                                                                         most from printouts. Instructor: Mark Stueve
                       Location: Randolph 9                           Price: $50.00
                       Date: Mon, Wed 8 weeks                      Time: 9 to 11 am      Location: Randolph 9                            Price: $50.00
                                                                                         Date: Wed, July 6 - August 3               Time: 6 to 7:50 pm
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                                         MANUFACTURING                                                             SAFETY
                       IND*4100 TRAFFIC CONTROL FLAGGER TRAINING                         AARP DRIVER SAFETY PROGRAM
                       This is a one day, Oregon Department of Transportation ap-        Completion of this eight-hour driving refresher course can
                       proved, safety training course covering the requirements          yield discounted auto insurance premiums for individuals 55
                       for flaggers and approved techniques for moving traffic cau-      and older. The course fee for AARP members is $12.00, or
                       tiously and consistently through work zones. Students who         $14.00 for non-members, and is payable to AARP at the first
                       successfully complete the course receive an ODOT credential       class. For a schedule of classes or to pre-register call Sharon
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                       for flaggers, valid for three years. Must be 18 years of age or   Bessey at 541-269-0845.
                       older to receive certification. Class fees cover all materials.
                       Pre-registration and payment are required.                        MISC*0776 MOTORCYCLE RIDER CLASSES
                       Location: B2 (on campus)                                          Motorcycle courses are offered at SWOCC’s Coos Bay Campus
                       Date: July 9, August 13, or Sept 10                 Time: 8:30    in cooperation with Team Oregon, a nationally recognized
                       am to 1:30 pm                                                     leader in motorcycle rider training. Team Oregon offers
                       Price: $85.00 each class                                          classes for riders of every level, ability and experience. The
                                                                                NO       course instruction and coaching will help you to ride safer,
                       WKPL*9033 SHORT TERM SAFETY TRAININGS COST!                       smarter and more skillfully. For schedules or to register please
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                       Contact Tony LaPlante at 541-888-7239 or Community and            visit the Team Oregon web site at: http://team-oregon.org.
                       Workforce Development at 541-888-7328 to reserve a seat           For additional, detailed information please phone Team
                       or for dates and times. These courses are funded as part          Oregon at (800)-545-9944.
                       of a 100% federally funded $1,998,815 US Dept. of Labor
                       grant awarded to SWOCC. Auxillary aids and services are
                       available upon request to individuals with disabilities.
                       Basic Metallurgy: Short term training in basic and practical
                                                                                                      CUSTOMIZED TRAINING
                                                                                                     Designed for Your Business
ACADEMIC INFORMATION
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                       metallurgy applications. Students will be introduced to the
                       process of working with metals and understanding the pro-
                       cess of separating them from other materials in the ore.              Have you identified a skill gap within your organization
                       Asbestos Awareness Training: Basic why, what, how to deal             or business? Southwestern’s Workforce Development
                       with asbestos.                                                        Department can deliver high-quality technical &
                                                                                             professional training in career-oriented programs that
                       Fall Protection Training:
                         • Inspection of Fall Protection Equipment                           are specific to your employees needs. Whether your
                         • Fall Protection Hazards                                           organization is for-profit or non-profit, private, public
                         • Anchorage Points                                                  or government, we have experience in a wide variety
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                         • Requirements of the usage of Fall Protection Gear                 of industry settings. Trainings can be delivered on-
                                                                                             site, on campus or online! For more information call
                       Scissor Lift and Aerial Lift Work
                                                                                             Community and Workforce Development 541-888-
                       Lock-Out	Tag	Out/Respirators: Procedures and requirements             7328 or visit www.socc.edu/communityed.
                       of using Lock-out Tag-out Respirators.

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                                                                                                                                       GETTING STARTED
CARE CONNECTIONS
The umbrella agency for several programs
that support families and care providers.




                                                                                                                                      SUMMER CLASSES
CARE Connections is your main contact for the Coos and          CARE Connections also operates the USDA Food Program
Curry	Child	Care	Resource	and	Referral	541-888-7957,	or	        541-888-7096.	This	program	assists	family	child	care	
541-469	5306,	or	1-800-611	7555.		We	are	the	place	to	          providers	with	nutrition	awareness	and	training,	and	with	
contact if you are a child care provider and need training      monthly reimbursement checks for meals and snacks
hours,	if	you	are	interested	in	becoming	a	child	care	          that follow the USDA guidelines.
provider	and	need	to	get	started,	or	are	a	parent	and	are	
looking for quality child care for your children. Families      CARE Connections publishes a monthly training calendar
who are looking for opportunities for their children to be      with opportunities in Coos and Curry counties for ongoing




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with other children can contact the CARE Connections for        training and events.
referrals	to	facilities	in	the	area	that	provide	child	care,	   For	more	information,	you	can	contact	us	at:
pre-school	and/or	school-age	care.                              ccr&r@socc.edu or visit our webpage:
                                                                http://www.socc.edu/careconnections


        Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for people of all ages by providing education,
        information and support to families and care providers in Coos and Curry Counties.




                                                                                                                                        UNIVERSITY CENTER
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                                                                                   Earn your BA or BS
                                                                                   You can earn your bachelor’s degree
                                                                                   online from OSU while at your community
                                                                                   college. Choose from more than 700 online

 Degrees



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                                                                                   courses in over 60 subjects. Experience the
                                                                                   convenience and flexibility of OSU Ecampus.


 Online                                                                            Save money
                                                                                   You can coordinate your financial aid so it
                                                                                   covers both your community college and
                                                                                   online OSU courses by enrolling in the OSU
                                                                                   Degree Partnership Program. Learn more:



                                                                                                                                         ACADEMIC INFORMATION
                                                                                   oregonstate.edu/partnerships/students



                                                                                   Inquire today
                                                                                   Summer term classes begin June 20, 2011

                                     Lab Partners                                  Register now!

                                                                                   OSU Ecampus offers 20 accredited
                                                                                   undergraduate and graduate programs.
                                                                                   All taught by renowned OSU faculty.
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800-667-1465
                                                                No campus required.
ecampus.oregonstate.edu

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                                                              Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011

                       Southwestern Oregon Community College’s
GETTING STARTED




                       Small Business
                       Development Center
                          A BizCenter               www.bizcenter.org
SUMMER CLASSES




                       The Business Center                               Phone:         (541) 756-6866 North Bend
                          2455 Maple Leaf                                	 	            (541)	469-5017	Brookings
                          North Bend OR 97459                            E-Mail:        asoto@socc.edu or mloiselle@socc.edu
                                                         Visit us on the web www.socc.edu/bizexcellence
                       Helping	create,	grow	and	retain	successful	businesses	in	Coos,	Curry	and	Western	Douglas	Counties:
                               •	Free	one-on-one	business	advising	         •	Valuable	&	timely	information
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                               •	Market	research	            •	Affordable	training	                •	Referral	services

                       The Southwestern Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides practical information and services for your business success .
                       We focus on assisting with the retention and expansion of established businesses on the South Coast . Additionally, we provide specialty
                       services to both rapid growth businesses and start-ups . We are here to help you make your business a continuing success . Programs
                       and	services	include:
                       •	Business	training	programs                                                  * Grant Writing Institute to representatives of
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                          * Foundations for Success: The Business Plan for                                 nonprofit organizations
                               early stage businesses owners                                      •	Business	Workshops	including	marketing,	sales,	
                          * Foundations for Success: Skills to Prosper for                                 accounting, business planning, starting a business
                               existing business owners                                                    and much more
                          * Supervision Skills Series for front-line managers                     •	Individual	(free	and	confidential)	business	advising
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                                                                           BUSINESS WORKSHOPS
                         Check out upcoming training opportunities by going to                     from	operations?	Are	you	innovating	to	take	advantage	of	opportuni-
                          www.bizcenter.org or www.socc.edu/bizexcellence                          ties?	Adapt	and	grow	market	share	with	affordable	tools	and	step-by-
                          or call 541-756-6866 for a complete list of workshops!                   step support .
                                                                                                   Analyze: What	 is	 your	 business	 situation?	 Design	 you	 future.	 Use	
                       The Small Business Development Center offers workshops on per-              analysis, prediction, targets and anomalies to push beyond your past
                       tinent business topics, designed to sharpen your management skills .        performance . Go to the next level .
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                       This is practical, results-oriented training that you can put to immedi-    Systematize: If you can’t express what you do, you don’t know what
                       ate use .                                                                   you’re doing . Develop effective systems that sync with your four main
                                                                                                   organization functions and your business vision, mission, purpose and
                       READY, SET, START YOUR BUSINESS WORKSHOP!                                   values . Inspire staff to discover “best practices .”
                       Call	for	a	schedule,	these	classes	are	offered	each	week!		Cost:		$15       Then Communicate: Can	 you	 improve	 customer	 satisfaction?	
                       This 2-hour workshop will provide you with initial information about        Integrate your external marketing message with your internal staff
                       starting your business . Topics covered include licensing, business         communications so customers experience the promises your ads
                       structure, financing and business plans and much more . These work-         suggest .
                       shops are offered weekly in North Bend .                                    Virtual Seminar: Small Group Webinar/ Telephone Conference in-
                                                                                                   cludes two hours Individual Coaching .
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                       BUSINESS NAVIGATION 101                                                     Cost: $45 per person per session or all four sessions with coaching
                       Join a conversation to transform business-as-usual for the New Year         for $99
                       and next decade . Older, more experienced entrepreneurs and young-          Next available Seminar – Information – Registration
                       er, new marketplace/tech savvy entrepreneurs trade stories . Discuss        Call 360-200-5840 or Info@BeCauseBusiness .com
                       management models . Are you creating cash reserves and time away            www .BeCauseBusiness .com


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  BUSINESS ADVISING & ASSISTANCE                                                    BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER




                                                                                                                                                          GETTING STARTED
Both existing business owners and those considering starting a business      The Small Business Development Center
in Coos, Curry, and Western Douglas counties can access confidential         is an access point to locate information,
business advising at no charge . Advising is tailored to your individual     directories, technical information and
needs and is provided by certified business advisors (in English as well     on-line research regarding business
as in Spanish) on a wide variety of issues including marketing/sales,        development . Call the SBDC for more
financing sources, record keeping/accounting, business planning, li-         information . Check out our eSBDC
censing, pricing, financial analysis and more .                              website at www.bizcenter.org!




                                                                                                                                                         SUMMER CLASSES
       Call 541-756-6866 (North Bend) or 541-469-5017
      (Brookings) or go to www.bizcenter.org for more
         information or to arrange an appointment.



                      e-sbdc – A BUSINESS WEBSITE                                     (www.bizcenter.org)
                                                                                       www.bizcenter.org
Zap into the e-sbdc website for business information that is pre-            topic . You will have choices of articles, books, other web site links,




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screened by business professionals for more quality searches and less        and even spreadsheets that can guide you . BizCenter .org offers you a
time wasted searching for relevant information . Use Oregon’s online         multitude of resources that are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week .
tool for small business, the e-sbdc, to search by one of five categories     Access and use them anyplace and anytime . Go to www .bizcenter .org
(Thinking, Launching, Growing, Reinventing, or Exiting) or search by         – a web site that is developed to help you help yourself!



                                   OPPORTUNITIES FOR BUSINESS PERSONS




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INVENTORS’ GROUP MEETINGS – it starts with an idea!                          GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS FOR SOUTHWESTERN
The South Coast Inventors’ Group supports and encourages inventors           OREGON BUSINESSES – You can learn about contract opportuni-
as to how to take their ideas from the mind, or shop, to the market-         ties to sell products or services to the government by speaking directly
place . Meetings are held monthly, generally on the first Wednesday of       with a specialist from the Government Contract Assistance Program
each	month	at	6:30	pm,	to	discuss	topics	such	as	the	patent	process,	in-     (GCAP) . Learn how to locate which products or services the govern-
vention resources, assessing the feasibility of an idea, as well as how to   ment is purchasing by calling the GCAP office at 541-756-5596 .
locate manufacturers, new venture finance, and marketing resources .
Inventors, manufacturers, engineers, marketers, those with experi-
                                                                             THE BUSINESS CENTER – a favorable rental location for
ence developing a product, and the general public are encouraged to




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                                                                             growing a manufacturing business!
participate . Call 541-756-6866 or e-mail Mary Loiselle at
                                                                             Incubators are facilities designed to assist small businesses through the
mloiselle@socc .edu to be placed on a mailing list .
                                                                             difficult early years by providing subsidized rent, shared office ser-
                                                                             vices, technical assistance, and an entrepreneurial environment . The
                                                                             incubator is located in the Business Center at 2455 Maple Leaf Lane,
                                                                             near the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport in North Bend . Contact
                                                                             the SBDC at 541-756-6778 for more information on securing a manu-
                                                                             facturing bay .



                                                                                                                                                            ACADEMIC INFORMATION
                                                                             SOUTH COAST EMPLOYER COUNCIL – The South Coast
                                                                             Employer Council offers monthly training opportunities for local busi-
                                                                             nesses as well as a way to assist the Oregon Employment Department
                                                                             to identify and address local employment and workforce challenges .
OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS – peer to peer business solutions.                        Upcoming	trainings	include:		April	7th,	Wage	&	Hour	Laws.		For	more	
Opportunity Knocks assembles individual small business owners and            information contact Rebecca Lunetta, Business & Account Rep, South
managers into peer advisory groups that meet monthly for the purpose         Coast Employer Council Coordinator at 541-756-8459 ext . 517 or
of solving problems, averting crises or discussing opportunity . Trained     Rebecca .m .lunetta@state .or .us .
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facilitators lead the group discussions and coordinate brainstorming,
problem solving and rapid paced idea generation . This is a safe place
to test new ideas before they are implemented . Members are charged
an annual fee of $99 . For more information contact Chuck Holloway
at 541-756-0854 or the Southwestern Oregon Community College
Small Business Development Center at 541-756-6866 .

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                       Academic Information
GETTING STARTED




                       2011 TUITION AND FEES
                                                                                                            All delinquent debts will accrue interest at the rate of eighteen percent
                                                 Per Credit   Per Course     Per Credit     Per Course
                                                  Tuition         Fee           Fee       Distance Ed Fee   (18%) per annum in addition to a $30 .00 per billing cycle (monthly)
                                                                                                            late fee . Accounts with balances after the term begins will be set up on a
                            U .S . Residents        $79           $26           $21            $30
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                                                                                                            Payment Plan, which has a $32 .00 per term contract preparation fee . If a
                        International Students                                                              student receives any form of financial aid during the loan payback period,
                                                   $237           $26           $21            $30
                       1 - 45 SWOCC Credits                                                                 the funds will first be applied to the balance to repay this loan . Students
                                                                                                            will pay all attorney’s fees, collection costs, and any other charges neces-
                       FEES - All courses carry a $26 per course registration fee and an $21                sary for the collection of any monies owed to Southwestern . Students
                       per credit incidental fee . All distance education courses carry a $30 per           are responsible for all financial obligations regardless of receiving a state-
                       course fee . These fees allow students access to campus services such as             ment . There is a charge for returned checks per college procedure .
                       computer labs, Southwestern’s distance learning courses, lab courses,
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                       Student Recreation Center, and student activities . Some courses are of-             Students who do not meet their financial obligations may be subject to,
                       fered as self support and carry a fee amount that is required for course             but	not	limited	to:			
                       delivery and materials . All students are charged fees regardless of ser-            •	 Being	administratively	withdrawn	from	course(s)	which	shall	include	
                       vice utilization . The College reserves the right to change tuition and fees            loss of any tuition and fees paid and the permanent loss of all credits
                       at any time . This does not affect the right of the College President to                and/or grades for the term in which the withdrawal occurs;
                       levy special charges at any time should conditions make this necessary .             •	 Being	charged	an	administrative	withdrawal	fee;										
                       A late fee may be assessed for original registrations processed after the            •	 Withholding	a	certificate,	diploma,	or	degree;								
                       start of the term . Registrations received after the end of the term will            •	 Prohibiting	subsequent	registrations	until	debt	is	paid.
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                       be assessed a $250 late registration fee .
                                                                                                            Students who have a delinquent accounts receivable or who are in de-
                       RESPONSIBILITY FOR PAYMENT - Tuition and fees are assessed                           fault on Payment Plans, Emergency Tuition Loans, Stafford and Perkins
                       when the student registers . The student is responsible for payment ar-              Loans, Title IV, or who have other college debts will be allowed to reg-
                       rangements at the time of registration . Account balances under $400                 ister once the debt is paid in full or acceptable arrangements are made
                       require payment in full or students may be withdrawn if payment is                   at the Student First Stop Center . Delinquent accounts over 90 days old
                       not received within five days of registration . Payments may be made by              from the time of registration may be sent to collection agencies .
                       cash, check, money order, VISA, MasterCard or Discover Card . Please
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                       make checks payable to Southwestern Oregon Community College                         REFUNDS - Students who stop attending their courses during the
                       (SWOCC) . Tuition and fees may be billed to an employer or an agency                 term must formally withdraw by either dropping their courses through
                       if the College has received the appropriate authorization .                          WebAdvisor or by submitting a drop form with the Student First Stop
                                                                                                            Center . Refunds are computed from the date of the formal withdrawal,
                       Students have the option to set up a payment plan with monthly pay-                  not from the date you stopped attending courses .
                       ments . A non-refundable fee of $32 per term is charged for the pay-
                       ment plans . If a student is under 18 years of age, Southwestern requires
                       a payment plan be made in the parent or guardian’s name . For payment
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                                                                                                            REFUND DEADLINE
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                       options, please contact the Student First Stop Center in Dellwood Hall
                       or call (541) 888-7352 .                                                                       Course Length                       Refund Deadline*

                                                                                                                                                         Last business day of the
                                                                                                                     5 weeks or longer
                       EDUCATIONAL PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS                                                                                                       second week

                                                                                                                1 week to less than 5 weeks            Second day of the first week
                               Plan Type                  Monthly Payments                   Fee

                                                                                                                       1 week or less                 Day before course first meets
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                                   Term                            3                         $32

                                                               At time of                                                                                5 business days prior to
                                Pay in full                                                   $0                 “R” symbol next to course
                                                              registration                                                                                the day of the course

                                                                                                            *100-percent refund without responsibility of a grade

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                                          Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011
100-percent REFUND DATES




                                                                                                                                                                        GETTING STARTED
 - Courses 5 weeks or longer                                                     The College reserves the right to administratively withdraw a student
                             withdrawal                                          for poor academic progress, failure to meet financial obligations, failure
  Summer Term 2011                                       June 30, 2011
                           on or before                                          to attend courses or inappropriate behavior . Students who are adminis-
                             withdrawal                                          tratively withdrawn from their courses after the refund period still are
    Fall Term 2011                                      October 7,2011
                           on or before                                          responsible to pay for the courses . It is the students’ responsibility to
For courses five weeks or longer, a 100-percent refund is given if the           formally withdraw within the refund period if they do not wish to be
formal withdrawal is completed by the end of the last business day of the        billed for the courses . Billing statements and/or withdrawal notifica-




                                                                                                                                                                       SUMMER CLASSES
second week of classes, which for Summer Term is June 30, 2011 and               tions are sent to students each month .
for Fall Term is October 7, 2011 .
                                                                                 Any student whose behavior disrupts the educational process of a course
For courses that are scheduled to meet more than one week and less               can be administratively withdrawn from that course . It is the procedure
than five weeks, a 100-percent refund will be given if the formal with-          of Southwestern Oregon Community College that an individual will be
drawal is completed by the end of the second day of the first week the           subject to involuntary administrative withdrawal from campus and relat-
course is scheduled to meet .                                                    ed instruction if it is determined, by clear and convincing evidence, that
                                                                                 the individual is suffering from a physical, emotional and/or behavioral




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For courses that are one week or less in duration, a 100-percent refund          disorder and as a result of the disorder engages or threatens to engage
will be given if the formal withdrawal is completed by the end of the day        in	behavior	which:																
before the first meeting . This applies to courses that start on the first day   •	 Poses	a	danger	of	causing	physical	harm	to	self	or	others;																						
of the regular term (summer, fall, winter, spring) or at some other time         •	 Could	cause	property	damage;	or												
during the term; it is possible that a student would have to withdraw            •	 Could	directly	and	substantially	impede	the	educational	process	and/
from a course before the course actually meets to receive a full refund .            or the lawful activities of others .
Courses preceded with an “R” symbol in this schedule have a refund               The College reserves the right to request for good cause a physical, psy-
period of five business days prior to the class date .                           chological or psychiatric examination of a student any time the examina-




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                                                                                 tions may be in the best interest of the College and/or the student . The
Students who feel that their circumstances are extraordinary and war-            College shall pay for the examinations .
rant exception from this process may appeal to the Student First Stop
Center by completing a Request for Refund and Exception to Procedure             CHANGE OF MAJOR OR SPECIALIZATION - To change a major
form . All requests require documentation that support the statement,            or specialization, a student must complete the Change of Major form
the registrations must have been processed before the end of the first           and return it to the Educational Support Programs & Services (ESPS)
week of the term, and the requests must be submitted within the cur-             office or, in Curry County, to the advisor . Changes to majors made with-
rent term .                                                                      in the second week of the term will apply to the current term . Changes




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                                                                                 made thereafter will apply to the following term . For graduation and
The refund process begins the third week of the term in which the stu-           class scheduling purposes students need to use the catalog year in which
dents are currently enrolled . Students who receive financial aid funds          they declare their major .
will receive a refund after any funds owed to the College or the U .S .
Department of Education are deducted . When the refund amount is less            ADD/DROPS - Students will need the instructors’ signatures on the
than $5, students will be notified by mail to come to the Student First          add/drop form to add courses after Wednesday of the first week of class .
Stop Center to receive a cash disbursement . Students owing less than $5         Students may withdraw from a course or from college through the end
should make payments at the time of registration and this will serve as          of the second week of the term or within the course’s refund period


                                                                                                                                                                          ACADEMIC INFORMATION
notice of the amount due .                                                       without responsibility for a grade . Withdrawing after the refund peri-
                                                                                 od will result in “W” grades on the students’ transcripts . Students may
Students withdrawing from courses after the refund period are respon-            withdraw until the Wednesday before finals week . Students are strongly
sible to pay the balance due on any federal student loans, payment plans         encouraged to consult the instructor before withdrawing to ascertain
and accounts receivable .                                                        their status in the course .

ADMINISTRATIVE WITHDRAWAL OF STUDENTS - Students                                 WAITLISTED COURSES - When students register for courses that
who miss the first meeting of a course may be administratively with-             are full, they are placed on waitlists . Students in waitlisted courses will
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drawn at the instructor’s request . Students are responsible for with-           be notified by their SOCC e-mail when seats are available and they have
drawing from courses they no longer wish to attend . Students need to            permission to register . Students are given three (3) days to register . The
withdraw within the published withdrawal period, or grades will be               waitlist ends the Thursday the week before class starts . Afterwards with
issued and the students are still responsible for payment of all charg-          instructor consent, students may register in the waitlisted courses .
es . Students who miss the first course meeting and have made prior
arrangements with the instructor will remain enrolled in the course .
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                       COURSE PREREQUISITES - A course that must be completed prior                   those persons (students, staff or general public) who allege that their
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                       to another course is a prerequisite . Many courses have prerequisites          rights at Southwestern Oregon Community College have been denied,
                       that can only be waived with instructor consent . Instructors will initial     abused or diminished . For more information, contact the Vice President
                       the add/drop form or the Student Registration/Prerequisite Waiver/             of Administrative Services, Tioga 512, or call (541) 888-7402 or (800)
                       Overload form available at the Student First Stop Center . Students may        962-2838 Ext . 7402 .
                       be withdrawn from courses if they have not completed the prerequi-
                       sites from the prior term . Students may request that the prerequisites        STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES - A Student
                       be waived if the students have the knowledge and skills to succeed in          Conduct Code and Rights and Responsibilities, along with a formal
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                       the course . The form is located at the Student First Stop Center . Online     student grievance procedure, approved by the Southwestern Oregon
                       students contact Educational Support Services and Programs (ESPS) at           Community College Board of Education is available on the web at
                       (541) 888-7405 or (800) 962-2838 Ext . 7405 for assistance .                   http//www .socc .edu/studentlife/

                       INSTRUCTOR CONSENT - Students planning to register for a course                For more information, contact the Dean of Students at (541) 888-7213
                       preceded by an @ symbol (instructor consent) in this schedule must             or (800) 962-2838 Ext . 7213 .
                       have the instructor’s signature on their registration or add/drop form,
                       or the instructor must approve the course through use of the College’s         DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE - Southwestern Oregon Community
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                       computer system for the student to register via WebAdvisor .                   College is dedicated to the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse among
                                                                                                      all segments of the College community . For more information, contact
                       AUDITING COURSES - If you are under 65 years of age and would                  the Educational Support Programs & Services (ESPS), Stensland Hall,
                       like to take a class and do not need credit, you may choose to audit           (541) 888-7405 or (800) 962-2838 Ext . 7405 .
                       credit classes and pay only 50-percent of the regular tuition .* If you are
                       65 years of age or older, you may audit classes and receive 100-percent        STUDENT RECORDS PROCEDURE - The 1974 Family Education
                       free tuition .* Students auditing classes participate fully in the class but   Rights and Privacy Act is designed to protect the confidentiality of stu-
                       are not required to take tests and do not receive grades . To qualify for      dent records and student access to those records . Under the provisions
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                       the audit discount, registration is required within the refund period .        of the Act, the educational institution must designate what information
                       Fees and registration procedures are the same as when taking the class         may be released as directory information without the written consent
                       for credit .                                                                   of the student and to protect the confidentiality of all other student re-
                                                                                                      cords . It is the intent of Southwestern Oregon Community College to
                       *Discount applies to tuition only . Students are responsible for all course    designate the following data as directory information that will be re-
                       fees . Some classes are not eligible for this discount because they have       leased	without	the	written	consent	of	the	students:
                       prerequisites or require admittance to a program (e .g . Nursing) . Non-
                                                                                                      •	Student’s	full	name	•	the	fact	that	the	student	is	or	has	been	enrolled	
                       SWOCC web classes are not eligible . Some classes are fee-based rather
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                                                                                                      in	the	College	•	local	and	permanent	address(es)	and	phone	number(s)	
                       than having tuition (e .g . web classes, OCCI and community education
                                                                                                      •	e-mail	address(s)	•	date	and	place	of	birth	•	participation	in	officially	
                       classes that are self supported) and are excluded from the discount . For
                                                                                                      recognized	activities	and	sports	•	weight	and	height	of	members	of	ath-
                       more information, contact the Student First Stop Center at (541) 888-
                                                                                                      letic	teams	•	date	of	attendance	•	course	level	•	major	field	of	study	•	
                       7352 or (541) 469-5017 .
                                                                                                      number	of	credit	hours,	degrees,	awards	received	•	photographs	•	the	
                                                                                                      most	recent	previously	attended	educational	institution	•	job	title(s)	and	
                       PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES - Southwestern is committed to
                                                                                                      dates of employment for student employees who have been or are paid
                       providing persons with disabilities access to Southwestern programs .
                                                                                                      from College-administered funds .
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                       Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities
                       when a request for accommodation is made at least 20 working days
                                                                                                      Under the Solomon Amendment, Southwestern is authorized by federal
                       prior to the start of a course requiring registration or five working
                                                                                                      law to disclose certain directory information to the military for recruit-
                       days prior to the start of other Southwestern activities . Call (541) 888-
                                                                                                      ment purposes .
                       7439, (541) 888-7405 or (800) 962-2838 Ext . 7439 or 7405; or visit
                       Educational Support Services and Programs (ESPS) in Stensland Hall on
                                                                                                      For a complete copy of the Student Records Procedure or to have this in-
                       the Coos Bay Campus .
                                                                                                      formation withheld, contact the Student First Stop Center in Dellwood
                                                                                                      Hall .
                       DISCRIMINATION/HARASSMENT/GRIEVANCE -
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                       Complaints of discrimination or harassment by administration, facul-
                       ty members, staff, students or individuals seeking the services of the
                       institution may be filed under the provisions of the College . File the
                       discrimination complaint through the Affirmative Action Officer . A
                       grievance procedure is provided to insure that due process exists for

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FINANCIAL AID - Southwestern Oregon Community College offers                  FINANCIAL AID




                                                                                                                                                               GETTING STARTED
a number of financial aid programs in the form of grants, loans, tuition      FINANCIAL AID ON THE WEB: www.fafsa.ed.gov
scholarships, and employment . Students interested in financial aid are       PIN information: www.pin.ed.gov
encouraged to appy online at www .fafsa .ed .gov . Funds are limited and
                                                                              Southwestern’s School Code: 003220
students should apply early .
                                                                              Step 1 – Request a PIN number at www .pin .ed .gov . Complete the
      Term of Enrollment               FAFSA and All Paperwork                FAFSA (or renewal FAFSA) on the web at www .fafsa .ed .gov .
        Summer Term 2011                       April 30, 2011
                                                                              Step 2 – Fill out the FAFSA and keep a completed copy for your re-




                                                                                                                                                              SUMMER CLASSES
          Fall Term 2011                         July 1, 2011                 cords.	You’ll	need	the	following	to	fill	out	the	form:
        Winter Term 2012                    September 19, 2011                	 •	 Social	security	number
                                                                              	 •	 Federal	Income	Tax	and	W-2	forms	along	with	any	other	records	of	
         Spring Term 2012                    November 21, 2011
                                                                                    money earned
                                                                              	 •	 Driver’s	license	(if	any)
Paperwork submitted or postmarked after the deadline dates will be            	 •	 Parents’	income	tax	return	(if	required)
processed as quickly as possible . Please be aware that late paperwork        	 •	 Untaxed	income	records	(if	any)
may not be processed before the term begins . You will need to make
                                                                              	 •	 Current	bank	statements




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payment arrangements with the Student First Stop Center if you have
not received your official awards by the payment deadline date .              	 •	 Current	mortgage	and	investment	records	(if	any)
                                                                              	 •	 Alien	registration	card	(if	not	a	U.S.	citizen)
Financial aid funds are disbursed only by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
or by mail after the student accounts have been credited . Disbursement       Step 3 – Review your Student Aid Report (SAR) . The SAR is proof that
begins Friday of the third week of each term . Further disbursements          your FAFSA was processed . Review it carefully .When you file electroni-
are processed by each Friday beginning the fourth week of the term .          cally, you should receive your SAR in 2-3 weeks .
Students receiving financial aid are to have all add/drops, bookstore
charges and required paperwork processed by the end of the last busi-
                                                                              What if I don’t receive my SAR?




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ness day of the second week of the term in order to have an accurate
disbursement . Students are responsible for paying all tuition and fees in    Call (800) 433-3243 if you do not receive your SAR in 3-4 weeks .
excess of financial aid funding by the payment/withdrawal deadline date       Provide your name, social security number and date of birth for
listed in the REFUNDS section .                                               verification .

To be awarded federal student loans, or to begin working under Federal        Why is there an asterisk after my EFC?
Work-Study, students need to have completed all the necessary paper-          It means your SAR has been selected for verification, this happens to
work and workshops .
                                                                              about one in three SARs .Your college will compare your SAR with oth-
Bookstore charges are available for all financial aid students who qual-      er documents to verify your financial status . If you are verified (copies of




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ify starting the Monday before the term begins . For information con-         taxes and W-2 forms may be needed), submit the requested documents
tact the Financial Aid Office at (541) 888-7337, (541) 469-5017 or            to your college’s financial aid office as soon as possible .
(541) 247-2741 . A list of scholarship information is available from the
Student Support Services Office in Stensland Hall and at the Brookings        FAFSA Tips:
Campus .
                                                                              	 •	 Fill	out	the	FAFSA	online	as	soon	as	possible	after	January	1	each	
If students are placed on aid withheld status, a request/appeal needs              year . Early submission maximizes chances of receiving aid .
to be submitted to the Financial Aid Office, or alternative payment ar-       	 •	 Answer	all	questions.	If	a	question	doesn’t	apply,	enter	“0”.



                                                                                                                                                                 ACADEMIC INFORMATION
rangements	made	with	the	Student	First	Stop	Center	by	4:00	p.m.	on	           	 •	 Fill	out	the	FAFSA	every	year	you	are	in	college,	even	if	you	don’t	
the last day of the second week of the term to avoid being administra-             think you’ll qualify for aid .
tively withdrawn . Students who are on aid withheld status and have sub-                                          Y
                                                                              	 •	 Review	your	data	every	year.	 our	eligibility	may	change	from	year	
mitted a request/appeal should continue attending all courses pending a
                                                                                   to year .
review by the Financial Aid Committee . The last day of the second week
                                                                              	 •	 If	you	completed	the	FAFSA	last	year,	you	qualify	to	complete	the	
of the term will be considered the actual date of withdrawal should a re-
quest/appeal be denied and the student chooses to withdraw . Students              Renewal FAFSA (shorter version) .
must withdraw within 14 days of the notification date . This will result in   	 •	 Sign	the	application.	When	you	apply	electronically,	you	will	sign	
a 100-percent refund . Students are also liable for all bookstore charges,         the FAFSA using your PIN .
and a 100-percent refund is available at the bookstore during the first       	 •	 Report	 ALL	 required	 sources	 of	 untaxed	 income	 (e.g.,	 Social	
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two weeks of the term .                                                            Security, worker’s compensation or child support) .
Consumer information is available at the Student First Stop Center in-
                                                                              Attending Part-Time: Federal aid is available to students pursuing a
cluding policies and procedures, application processes, and disburse-
                                                                              degree while attending classes on a part-time basis . Apply as of Jan . 1 to
ment information .
                                                                              determine eligibility for next year .

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                                                               Southwestern Oregon Community College • Summer 2011

                       AGENCY BILLING - The College charges a fee for agencies that ask               OAR (Reglamento Administraivo de Oregon) 581 .41 .460 autoriza al
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                       the College to bill for tuition, fees, and/or Bookstore charges and to de-     colegio comunitario Southwestern Oregon Community College que so-
                       fer the receipt of payments . The fee is variable with a maximum charge        licite su numero social . El numero sera utilizado por el colegio para la
                       of 10-percent of the total deferred charges . The agency fee is in ac-         preparacion de reportes, agregados, investigaciones, y para guardar su
                       cordance with Board Procedure 9 .028(A) - Fee Schedule . For further           expediente academico . Ademas, su numero le sera proporcionado por
                       information call the Business Office/Loan Services at (541) 888-7440           el colegio al Sistema de Reportaje Unificado de Colegios en Oregon
                       or (800) 962-2838 Ext . 7440 .                                                 (OCCURS), un grupo conformado por todos los colegios comunitarios
                                                                                                      en Oregon, el Deparamento de los Colegios Comunitarios y De ses-
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                       RECORDS DISCLOSURE - OAR 581-41-460 authorizes                                 arrollo de Trabajadores y a la Asociacion de Colegios Comunitarios de
                       Southwestern Oregon Community College to ask you to provide your               Oregon . OCCURS recaba informacion sobre los estudiantes y progra-
                       social security number . The College will use your number for reporting,       mas para cumplir con los requisitos de reportes federales y estatales .
                       research and record keeping . Your number will also be provided by the         Tambien ayuda a la los colegios en su planificacion, investigacion, y para
                       College to the Oregon Community College Unified Reporting System               el desarollo de programas . Esta informacion ayuda a los colegios a man-
                       (OCCURS) . All students are assigned a student identification                  tener el progreso de los estudiantes y sus exitos en el lugar de trabajo y
                       number separate from their social security number.                             en otros programas de educacion .
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                       OCCURS is a group made up of all community colleges in Oregon, the             OCCURS o el colegio se pueden proporcionar su numero social a las
                       State Department of Community Colleges and Workforce Development               siguentes agencias o conseguirlo o igualarlo con los archivos de los
                       and the Oregon Community College Association . OCCURS gathers in-              siguentes	sistemas:	oLos	colegios	estatales,	univeridades	privadas,	cole-
                       formation about students and programs to meet state and federal re-            gios, y colegios vocacionales, para averiguar cuantos estudiantes que asis-
                       porting requirements . It also helps colleges plan, research and develop       tieron a los colegios comunitarios continuaron con su educacion y para
                       programs . This information helps the colleges to support the progress         averiguar si los cursos son una buena base para la educacion adicional .
                       of students and their success in the workplace and other education pro-
                       grams . OCCURS or the College may provide your social security num-            •	 El	Departamento	de	Empleo	de	Oregon,	que	coleciona	informacion	
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                       ber	to	agencies	or	match	it	with	records	from	the	following	systems:              para ayudar a las agencias estatales y locales en la planificacion de los
                                                                                                         servicios educacionales y servicios de entrenamiento para ayudar a la
                       •	 State	and	private	universities,	colleges	and	vocational	schools,	to	find	      poblacion de Oregon a conseguir los mejores trabajos posibles .
                          out how many community college students further their education
                          and also to find out whether community college courses are a good           •	 El	Departamento	de	Educacion	de	Oregon,	para	proveer	 reportes	
                          basis for further education .                                                  al gobierno estatal y federal . Esta informacion se usa para aprender
                       •	 The	Oregon	Employment	Department,	which	gathers	information,	                  sobre la educacion, el entrenamiento, y la direccion que van toman-
                          including employment and earnings, to help state and local agencies            do los trabajos para planification, investigacion, y mejoramiento de
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                          plan education and training services to help Oregon citizens get the           los programas . Los fondos que los colegios comunitarios reciben es
                          best jobs available .                                                          basada en esta informacion .
                       •	 The	Oregon	Department	of	Education,	to	provide	reports	to	local,	
                          state and federal governments .The information is used to learn about       •	 El	Departamento	de	Fiscal	de	Oregon	y	las	agencias	de	coleccion	con	
                          education, training and job market trends for planning, research and           el proposito de procesar deudas y solamente si se el extiende credito
                          program improvement . Funding for community colleges is based on               a la persona por el colegio .
                          this information .
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                       •	 The	 Oregon	 Department	 of	 Revenue	and	 collection	 agencies	only	        •	 DONDE	 SEA	APLICABLE	 (por	 ejemplo	 en	 los	 colegios	 que	 usan	
ACADEMIC INFORMATION




                          for purposes of processing debts and only if credit is extended to you         la	prueba	ASSET):	El	Servicio	de	Pruebas	de	Colegio	Americanos,	
                          by the College .                                                               si usted toma la prueba ASSET Placement Test, para el proposito de
                       •	 WHERE	 APPLICABLE	 (i.e.,	 at	 colleges	 which	 use	 the	 ASSET/               investigacion .
                          Compass	placement	test):	The	American	College	Testing	Service,	if	
                          you take the placement test, for educational research purposes .            •	 De	ustedes	el	numero	de	seguro	social	es	requeria	y	sere	informe	a	
                       •	 The	Internal	Revenue	Service,	which	is	required	to	be	reported	for	            la IRS (rentas internas) para determinacion de aceptablemente cred-
                          tax credit eligibility determination .                                         ito . Su numero se usara solo para los propositos enlistados arriba .
                                                                                                         Las leyes estatales y federales protejen su informacion privada . Si
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                       Your number will be used only for the purposes listed above.                      necesita mas ayuda, llama EPSE por telepono (541) 888-7405; (800)
                                                                                                         962-2838 Ext . 7405 .
                       State and federal law protects the privacy of your records.




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