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ADEP REGISTRATION BULLETIN
AND CLASS SCHEDULE
SUMMER TERM 2011
MAY 23, 2011 - AUGUST 8, 2011

FALL TERM 2011
AUGUST 29, 2011 - NOVEMBER 14, 2011

REGISTRATION BEGINS:
APRIL 25, 2011 - SENIORS
APRIL 26, 2011 - ALL STUDENTS
CLASS SCHEDULE
Tentative schedule - Classes are subject to change.
                                                                                                                                                     ADEP Summer Term 2011
                                                                                                                                                 May 23, 2011 - August 8, 2011


 Dept. /Course No./ Course Title                                          Cr.    SYN. No.   Day      Time    Room     Instructor   Prerequisite / notes (see pg. 3)
 MAIN CAMPUS
 ART
 ART 236 Digital Photography (v)                                           3      29945      W      6-9:30   SB 138    Stethem     N/A
 ART 380 Computer Graphics (v)                                             3      29985      T      6-9:30   SB 138     Hengst     N/A
 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 BUS 252 Managerial Accounting                                             4      29986      Th     6-9:30    A 128     Julius     BUS 251
 BUS 253 Financial Info in Business Organizations                          4      29987      W      6-9:30    P 102     Weaver     N/A
 BUS 301 Communication for Managers (o)                                    4      29988      M      6-9:30    A 115    Tofanelli   N/A
 BUS 357 Practicum in Accounting                                           2      29989      M      6-8:00   SW 111    Sorenson    See note C
 BUS 367 Behavior in Organizations                                         4      29912      Th     6-9:30    A 115     Corbin     Junior Standing
 BUS 374 Business Law                                                      4      29990      T      6-9:30    A 115      Rice      N/A
 BUS 453 Auditing                                                          4      29991      W      6-9:30    A 113     Zeedik     BUS 352B
 BUS 476 International Business Behavior                                   4      29992      T      6-9:30    A 128     Kwong      N/A
 BUS 482 Strengths-Based Approaches to Leadership                          4      29994      W      6-9:30    A 115   La Monica    N/A
 BUS 490 Independent Study                                                1- 4    29995                                  Staff     See note B
 BUS 493 Field Study                                                      1- 3    29996                                  Staff     See note B
 COMPUTER SCIENCE
 CSC 102 Introduction to Computers                                         4      29997      W      6-9:30    D14       Peng       N/A
 CSC 110 Concepts of Programming                                           4      29998       T     6-9:30    D14      Klassen     N/A
 CSC 350 Introduction to Data Communications & Networks                    4      29999      M      6-9:30    D14      Barnum      CSC 210, MATH 241
 CSC 370 Multimedia Technology                                             4      30000      Th     6-9:30    D14       Peng       CSC 210, MATH 151
 CSC 490 Independent Study                                                1- 4    30001                                 Staff      See note B
 CSC 493 Field Study                                                      1- 3    30002                                 Staff      See note B
 ECONOMICS
 ECON 200 Introduction to Micro Economics                                  3      30003      T      6-9:30   A 113    Weissler     N/A
 ENGLISH
 ENGL 111 Critical Reading and Writing                                     3      30004      T      6-9:30   H 111      Bond       N/A
 ENGL 335 Children’s Literature                                            3      30005      M      6-9:30   H 111      Bond       N/A
 GEOLOGY
 GEOL 152 Introduction to Environmental Science                            3      30006      W       6-9:30  AS 103     Hurst      N/A
 GEOL 152L Introduction to Environmental Science Laboratory                1      30007      S     9am -12pm AS 103     Hurst      N/A
 HISTORY
 HIST 326 The Era of the Civil War: from Slavery to Civil Rights (w, d)    4      30008      T      6-9:30   H 116     Reaves      N/A
 HIST 335 Christianity in America (d) (crosslist w/REL 334)                4      31224      W      6-9:30   A 128     Carlson     N/A
 MATH
 MATH 115 Finite Math                                                      4      30009     M/Th    6-8:15   A 112     Counter     MATH 110 or satisfactory score on MPE
 MUSIC
 MUS 102 Fundamentals of Music (v)                                         3      30010      W      6-9:30   ZM 102   Roberson     N/A
 PHILOSOPHY
 PHIL 315 Social Ethics (p)                                                4      30011      M      6-9:30   A 113      Thiel      N/A
 RELIGION
 REL 334 Christianity in America (r, d) (crosslist w/HIST 335)             4      30012      W      6-9:30   A 128     Carlson     N/A


 ONLINE
 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 BUS 448 Organization Development                                          4      30013      OL     Online              Gillies    Senior Standing
 ECONOMICS
 ECON 311 Statistical Methods (A1)                                         4      30014      OL     Online             Counter     MATH 115
 PSYCHOLOGY
 PSYC 401 Social Psychology                                                4      30015      OL     Online             Howell      PSYC 200

 OXNARD
 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 BUS 310 Managerial Use of Info Systems                                    4      30016      T      6-9:30   OX 117    Merkle      N/A
 BUS 446 Theories & Practice of Leadership                                 4      30019      M      6-9:30   OX 124    Carbajal    N/A
 BUS 449 Managerial Leadership: Core Competencies and Skills (c, w)        4      30017       T     6-9:30   OX 122     Gillies    Senior Standing
 BUS 469 Strategic Management (c, w)                                       4      30018      Th     6-9:30   OX 117    Huggins     Senior Standing and BUS 391
 COMMUNICATIONS
 COMM 342 Public Relations                                                 4      30020      Th     6-9:30   OX 122    Sarkany     BUS 301

ADEP SUMMER / FALL 2011 Bulletin and Schedule                                                                                                                               2
CLASS SCHEDULE / NOTES
Tentative schedule - Classes are subject to change.
                                                                                                                                   ADEP Summer Term 2011
                                                                                                                                  May 23, 2011 - August 8, 2011

Dept. /Course No./ Course Title                           Cr.   SYN. No.   Day    Time      Room      Instructor    Prerequisite / Notes (see below)
 PSYCHOLOGY
 PSYC 203 Understanding Emotions (s)                       4      30841     Th     6-9:30   OX 105    DuBransky     N/A
 PSYC 305 Adult Development & Aging (d)                    4      30021     M      6-9:30   OX 105      Cohen       PSYC 200
 PSYC 313 Research Design & Statistics II (w)              4      30022     W      6-9:30   OX 105    Wagerman      PSYC 312
 RELIGION
 REL 350 Exploring Christian Ethics (r)                     4     30023     W      6-9:30   OX 118       Onishi     N/A


 WOODLAND HILLS
 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 BUS 361 Human Resource Management                         4      30024     W      6-9:30   WH 1        Stauffer    N/A
 BUS 375 Principles of Marketing (crosslist w/COMM 375)    4      30025     T      6-9:30   WH 1         Drake      N/A
 BUS 391 Principles of Finance                             4      30026     Th     6-9:30   WH 1        Weaver      BUS 252
 COMMUNICATIONS
 COMM 375 Principles of Marketing (crosslist w/BUS 375)     4     30027     T      6-9:30   WH 1            Drake   N/A
 ECONOMICS
 ECON 311 Statistical Methods (A2)                          4     30028     M      6-9:30   WH 1        Novosel     MATH 115



CLASS SCHEDULE NOTES
Monday classes will have a make-up session, on Monday, August 8 for the missed class due to the Memorial Day holiday.
For the Monday, July 4 holiday, arrangements will be made for a class make-up on a Saturday, online, and/or an additional assignment may be
required. Please refer to the course syllabus for specific information.

NOTES
A Or permission by instructor
B     Any student planning to enroll in BUS or CSC 490 must be a Junior or Senior, and in BUS or CSC 493, must be at least a Sophomore. Students
      interested in completing an Independent Study or Field Study contract must obtain approval signatures from the sponsoring professor,
      department chair, and registrar two weeks before the start of the term. Contracts are due Friday, May 6, 2011.
C     Accounting Majors: BUS 357 Accounting Practicum is best taken concurrently with BUS 252 Managerial Accounting
D     Multiple sections of a class are designated A1 for the first section, A2 for the second, and so on.

COURSE INFO
(c) capstone course
(d) satisfies U.S. diversity requirement
(h) satisfies humanities requirement
(o) satisfies speaking intensive/oral communication requirement
(p) satisfies philosophy requirement
(r) satisfies religion requirement
(s) satisfies social science requirement
(v) satisfies visual/performing arts requirement
(w) satisfies writing intensive requirement

CLASSROOM LEGEND
A   Alumni Hall
AS Ahmanson Science Center                                                                             STUDENTS SHOULD CHECK
D   D Building (Computer Science)
F   F Building
                                                                                                              WEBADVISOR
FOR Preus-Brandt Forum                                                                                    (www.callutheran.edu)
GF Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center
H   Soiland Humanities Center                                                                          OR AT THE ADEP OFFICE FOR
NY Nygreen Hall
                                                                                                     ADDITIONS OR CHANGES TO THE
OX Oxnard Campus
P   Peters Hall                                                                                          SCHEDULE AT THE TIME
SB Spies-Bornemann Center for Education Technology
SW Swenson Center
                                                                                                            OF REGISTRATION.
WH Woodland Hills Campus
ZM Zimmerman Music Building
ADEP SUMMER / FALL 2011 Bulletin and Schedule                                                                                                                3
CLASS SCHEDULE
Tentative schedule - Classes are subject to change.
                                                                                                                                         ADEP Fall Term 2011
                                                                                                                            August 29, 2011 - November 14, 2011


 Dept. /Course No./ Course Title                          Cr.    SYN. No.   Day      Time     Room      Instructor   Prerequisite / notes (see pg. 3)

 MAIN CAMPUS
 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 BUS 251 Principles of Accounting                          4      30069     W       6-9:30    A 128       Allison    MATH 115 or equivalent and BUS 151
 BUS 301 Communication for Managers (o) (A1)               4      30070     M        6-9:30   A 115      Tofanelli   N/A
 BUS 310 Managerial Use of Information Systems             4      30071     T       6-9:30    A 115       Merkle     N/A
 BUS 352A Intermediate Accounting                          4      30072     Th       6-9:30   A 128        Julius    BUS 251
 BUS 375 Principles of Marketing (crosslist w/COMM 375)    4      30075     T       6-9:30     A112        Drake     N/A
 BUS 391 Principles of Finance                             4      30074     M       6-9:30    A 128        Terry     BUS 252
 BUS 429 Executive Roundtable                               4     30076     Th      7-10:00   AS 100    K. Johnson   N/A
 BUS 448 Organization Development                          4      30077      T       6-9:30   A 113      Amenta      Senior Standing
 BUS 452 Tax I                                             4      30078     M       6-9:30     P 105       Schuh     BUS 251
 BUS 469 Strategic Management (c,w)                        4      30080     Th       6-9:30   A 115      Huggins     Senior Standing and BUS 391
 BUS 490 Independent Study                                1- 4    30095                                    Staff     See note B
 BUS 493 Field Study                                      1- 3    30099                                    Staff     See note B
 COMMUNICATIONS
 COMM 342 Public Relations                                 4      30100      M      6-9:30    A 113       Staff      BUS 301
 COMM 375 Principles of Marketing (crosslist w/BUS 375)    4      30101      T      6-9:30    A 112       Drake      N/A
 COMPUTER SCIENCE
 CSC 210 Introduction to Computer Programming              4      30106     T       6-9:30     D14        Peng       CS 110 or see note A, MATH 110 or equivalent
 CSC 310 Algorithms                                        4      30107     M       6-9:30     D14       Klassen     CSC 210, MATH 241
 CSC 340 Operating Systems                                 4      30108     W       6-9:30     D14        Peng       CS 210, MATH 241
 CSC 490 Independent Study                                1- 4    30109                                   Staff      See note B
 CSC 493 Field Studies                                    1- 3    30110                                   Staff      See note B
 ECONOMICS
 ECON 311 Statistical Methods                              4      30111     Th      6-9:30    A 113      Novosel     MATH 115 or equivalent
 EDUCATION
 EDGN 503 Mainstreaming Exceptional Students/              3      30112      T      6-9:30    H 112       Platt      N/A
          Introduction to Special Education
 EDTP 563 Microcomputers in Education                      3      30113     Th      6-9:30    P 105      Moffett     N/A
 ENGLISH
 ENGL 214 Contemporary Writers (d)                         4      31007      M      6-9:30    A 112       Love       ENGL 111
 LIBERAL STUDIES
 LIBA 325 Liberal Studies Seminar                          2      30118      M      6-8:00    H 112    McCambridge   N/A
 MATH
 MATH 151 Pre-calculus                                     4      30119     T/Th    6-8:15    A 112      Detgen      MATH 110 or satisfactory score on MPE
 MUSIC
 MUS 101 Music & Culture (v)                               3      30120      T      6-9:30    ZM 102     Kinsley     N/A
 PHYSICS
 PHYS 100 Introduction to Astronomy                        3      30121     W        6-9:30   H 119      Mallory     N/A
 PHYS 100L Astronomy Laboratory                            1      30122     S      9am-12pm   H 119      Mallory     PHYS 100
 POLITICAL SCIENCE
 POLS 102 Theory & Practice of American Government         4      30125     W       6-9:30    A 113       Talbot     N/A
 PSYCHOLOGY
 PSYC 200 General Psychology                               4      30127     W       6-9:30    A 112     DuBransky    N/A
 RELIGION
 REL 350 Exploring Christian Ethics (r)                    4      30128     W       6-9:30    A 115       Comer      N/A


 ONLINE
 BUSINESS
 BUS 361 Human Resource Management                         4      30129     OL      Online              Crenshaw      N/A
 BUS 367 Behavior in Organizations (A1)                    4      30130     OL      Online                Gillies    Junior Standing
 PHILOSOPHY
 PHIL 350 Technology and Value (p)                         4      30834     OL      Online                Thiel      N/A


 OXNARD CENTER
 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 BUS 367 Behavior in Organizations (A2)                    4      30132      T      6-9:30    OX 115     Stauffer    Junior Standing
 BUS 374 Business Law                                      4      30133     Th      6-9:30    OX 116       Rice      N/A

ADEP SUMMER / FALL 2011 Bulletin and Schedule                                                                                                                 4
CLASS SCHEDULE / NOTES
Tentative schedule - Classes are subject to change.
                                                                                                                                              ADEP Fall Term 2011
                                                                                                                                 August 29, 2011 - November 14, 2011

Dept. /Course No./ Course Title                                  Cr.   SYN. No.   Day   Time     Room      Instructor    Prerequisite / Notes (see below)

 MATH
 MATH 115 Finite Math                                              4     30131    M/W   6-8:15   OX 122      Counter      MATH 110 or satisfactory score on MPE
 PSYCHOLOGY
 PSYC 331 Physiological Psychology                                 4     30134     W    6-9:30   OX 117     Feldman       PSYC 200
 PSYC 416 Social Learning Theory: Research & Application           4     30135     M    6-9:30   OX 118      Cohen        PSYC 200
 PSYC 430 Applied Psychology Practicum (c)                         4     30136     T    6-9:30   OX 124     Balcerzak     PSYC 200


 WOODLAND HILLS
 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
 BUS 301 Communications for Managers (o) (A2)                      4     30137      T   6-9:30   WH 1        Tofanelli    N/A
 BUS 446 Theories & Practice of Leadership                         4     30138     M    6-9:30   WH 1         Oliver      N/A
 BUS 449 Managerial Leadership                                     4     30139     W    6-9:30   WH 1        Amenta       Senior Standing
 BUS 451 Cost Accounting                                           4     30140     Th   6-9:30   WH 3          Gillis     BUS 252, Junior Standing
 BUS 476 International Business Behavior                           4     30141     Th   6-9:30   WH 4         Kwong       N/A
 HISTORY
 HIST 335 Christianity in America (d) (crosslist w/REL 334)        4     31229     W    6-9:30   WH 4         Erwin       N/A
 PSYCHOLOGY
 PSYC 215 Perspectives on Women & Men (d)                          4     31156     Th   6-9:30   WH 1        Meyers       N/A
 PSYC 401 Social Psychology                                        4     31158     T    6-9:30   WH 2        Wonser       PSYC 200
 RELIGION
 REL 334 Christianity in America (r, d) (crosslist w/HIST 335)     4     30142     W    6-9:30   WH 4         Erwin       N/A




CLASS SCHEDULE NOTES
Monday classes will have a make-up session, on Monday, November 14, 2011 for the missed class due to the Labor Day holiday.

NOTES
A Or permission by instructor
B     Any student planning to enroll in BUS or CSC 490 must be a Junior or Senior, and in BUS or CSC 493, must be at least a Sophomore. Students
      interested in completing an Independent Study or Field Study contract must obtain approval signatures from the sponsoring professor,
      department chair, and registrar two weeks before the start of the term. Contracts are due Friday, August 21, 2011.

C     Multiple sections of a class are designated A1 for the first section, A2 for the second, and so on.

COURSE INFO
(c) capstone course
(d) satisfies U.S. diversity requirement
(h) satisfies humanities requirement
(o) satisfies speaking intensive/oral communication requirement
(p) satisfies philosophy requirement
(r) satisfies religion requirement
(s) satisfies social science requirement
(v) satisfies visual/performing arts requirement
(w) satisfies writing intensive requirement
                                                                                                            STUDENTS SHOULD CHECK
CLASSROOM LEGEND
A   Alumni Hall                                            SB Spies-Bornemann Center
                                                                                                                   WEBADVISOR
AS Ahmanson Science Center                                    for Education Technology                         (www.callutheran.edu)
D   D Building (Computer Science)                          SW Swenson Center
F   F Building                                             WH Woodland Hills Campus                         OR AT THE ADEP OFFICE FOR
FOR Preus-Brandt Forum                                     ZM Zimmerman Music Building
                                                                                                          ADDITIONS OR CHANGES TO THE
GF Gilbert Sports and Fitness Center
H   Soiland Humanities Center                                                                                 SCHEDULE AT THE TIME
NY Nygreen Hall
OX Oxnard Campus
                                                                                                                 OF REGISTRATION.
P   Peters Hall


ADEP SUMMER / FALL 2011 Bulletin and Schedule                                                                                                                     5
REGISTRATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION
REGISTRATION PROCEDURES                                      ADDING/DROPPING CLASSES                                   PURCHASE OF TEXTBOOKS
Registration begins Monday, April 25 for Seniors             Students who wish to add or drop a class after            Textbooks may be purchased at the CLU Bookstore or
(90+ credits), and Tuesday, April 26 for all other           registering must complete a Course Add/Drop form          online at the Follett website: www.callutheran.edu/
ADEP students.                                               which is available online and in the ADEP Office or        student_life/student_services/bookstore.php . You
                                                             they may add/drop on WebAdvisor the first week             can reserve your books at this site; no credit card is
You MUST clear any financial ‘Hold’ prior to
                                                             of class. Classes may be added or dropped through         necessary. Book rentals are available at the bookstore
registration.
                                                             the second week of instruction. To add a course           and online.
For the most current registration information, utilize       after the second week, a petition and a $50 late fee
WebAdvisor. The information in the printed schedule          are required. Students may withdraw from classes          SUMMER BOOKSTORE HOURS
may have changed since publication.                          (although significant financial cost is involved) up to     Monday – Thursday      9:00 am – 6:00 pm
                                                             and including the sixth week of instruction. Important    Friday                 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
3 WAYS TO REGISTER                                           add/drop dates are listed on the Academic Calendar in     Saturday               Closed
Online Registration:                                         this bulletin.                                            Sunday                 Closed
See directions on the last page of this bulletin.
                                                             Please Note: Students who drop for other than
Walk-in Registration:
Completed registration forms may be dropped off in
                                                             a medical reason after the official withdrawal             BOOKSTORE HOURS
                                                             date will receive a grade of "UW" (Unofficial              Monday – Thursday      8:00 am – 7:00 pm
the ADEP office.
                                                             Withdrawal) which is calculated as an 'F' in their        Friday                 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
    These forms will be processed by the end of
                                                             grade point average.                                      Saturday               10:00 am – 2:00 pm
the day in the order in which they are received.
Registration confirmations will be mailed.                                                                              Sunday                 Closed
                                                             COURSE LOAD
Mail-in Registration:
See 'Mail-in Registration Information' in this bulletin
                                                             A normal course load in ADEP is 1-2 classes per term      ADEP SYLLABI AVAILABLE ONLINE
                                                             (3-8 units). A student taking 6 units in a term is con-
for details. Registration confirmations will be mailed.                                                                                              www.clunet.edu/ADEP
                                                             sidered a full-time student for financial aid purposes.
                                                             Students who wish to enroll in 10 or more units in a
OFFICE HOURS                                                 single term must complete an Overload Request form
ADEP OFFICE             (805) 493-3325                       available in the ADEP Office and online and must
Monday - Thursday       8:30 am - 7:00 pm                    receive approval from the Director of the program prior
Friday                  8:30 am - 5:00 pm                    to registration. All students requesting permission for
                                                             an overload must have a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
ADMISSION
All persons planning to enroll in ADEP courses must
                                                             FIRST CLASS ASSIGNMENT
be admitted to the University in either regular or           Due to the accelerated format of the Adult Degree
special student status. Prior to registration, individuals   Evening Program, students are responsible for course
must meet with an ADEP counselor for an advisement           preparation prior to the first class. Most ADEP class
interview and submit application materials by one            assignments are identified on a course syllabus which
week before the start of the semester. Packets               can be obtained online. By the first class meeting,
containing all necessary information and forms are           students are expected to:
available in the ADEP Office.
                                                             1. Read the syllabus.
     Under certain conditions, a student may be
provisionally admitted and may register for classes          2. Purchase necessary textbook(s).
before completing the entire admission process.              3. Complete the first assignment for each course in
However, applicants must meet with a                            which they are enrolled.
counselor and file an Application for Admission
BEFORE REGISTRATION MAY BE ACCEPTED.


                 All students entering California Lutheran University are required to take the
                 Math Placement/Proficiency Exam (MPE) before enrolling in a math course.
                      The general education requirement in mathematics can be met by
                                  any course beyond intermediate algebra.

ADEP SUMMER / FALL 2011 Bulletin and Schedule                                                                                                                              6
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
                                                                                                                      case by case basis. Please note that proceeds from
TUITION AND FEES                                           PAYMENTS                                                   a government loan will be unavailable until after the
Application Fee                     $ 50.00                Tuition is due and payable on or before the first class     third week of classes.
Online Application Fee              $ 25.00                meeting unless you have made alternative payment                Students must be fully admitted to regular ADEP
Tuition (per credit)                *$560.00               arrangements. If a balance remains at the end of any       student standing prior to the start of the semester to
* Tuition may increase in the Fall 2011 term to $570.00    monthly billing cycle, a finance charge of 1.25% per        be eligible for financial aid. The Free Application for
                                                           month will be added to the account.                        Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the ADEP Application
FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY                                        Students with delinquent accounts cannot
                                                           register for the new term until fees from the prior term
                                                                                                                      for Financial Aid must be filed before a student will be
CLU does not automatically cancel a student’s                                                                         reviewed for financial aid. For more information about
                                                           have been paid.                                            the FAFSA, please contact the Financial Aid office at
registration if they register but do not attend class.
                                                                For additional information and updates go to          (805) 493-3115.
Students are financially responsible for the tuition
                                                           www.callutheran.edu/student_accounts/.
charges associated with any registration in effect after
the first week of the term, including those students on
                                                                As a result of California legislation, CLU no
                                                           longer accepts credit card payments for tuition. CLU
                                                                                                                      EMPLOYER TUITION
employer reimbursement plans.
                                                           offers monthly payment plans and we are able to            REIMBURSEMENT
     Sponsoring companies generally will not reimburse                                                                Students who receive tuition reimbursement from their
                                                           accept cash, checks or ACH payments for tuition.
for courses which are not satisfactorily completed. To                                                                employer may delay payment for up to eight weeks
                                                           The University will still accept credit card payments
officially withdraw from a class, students must drop                                                                   after the last day of the term. To take advantage of this
                                                           for non-tuition based costs such as parking tickets,
the course online through WebAdvisor or submit a drop                                                                 deferred payment plan, please read the following:
                                                           transcripts, events, and corporate reimbursement,
form to the ADEP Office. The date of withdrawal will
                                                           etc. If you have any questions regarding how to make
determine whether tuition may be adjusted.
                                                           payments on your student account, please contact the           your employer
                                                           Student Accounts office at (805) 493-3180 or 3173.
ADEP WITHDRAWAL                                                                                                           application prior to the term you begin your
CHARGES SCHEDULE                                           ADEP CLASSIFICATION                                            enrollment and annually thereafter each fall term

                                                           Summer 2011
    week of class - no charge.                                                                                            through TouchNet
                                                           Full-Time = 6 or more units
                                                           Part-Time = 5 units or less
    of class - full charge.                                                                                               received in the Student Accounts Office after the
                                                           ADEP students must be at least half-time                       second week of the term, a $50 late transaction
The withdrawal charge is based on one class per            (3 units) to be eligible for financial aid.                     fee will be assessed
week and may vary for classes that meet on Saturday
or on a staggered schedule. Fees are non-refundable.       Fall 2011                                                      reimbursement, you are responsible for paying the
A variation of this policy may occur if the student has    Full-Time = 8 or more units                                    difference prior to the first class meeting
financial aid. Please note that withdrawal dates used by    Part-Time = 7 units or less
the Student Accounts Office for financial responsibility                                                                    maximum annual limit, CLU will cancel your
                                                           Must be registered at least half-time (4 credits)
are not the same as withdrawal dates used by the                                                                          deferral when that limit is reached. You will
                                                           to be eligible for financial aid.
Registrar’s Office as the “last date to withdraw from a                                                                    be responsible for payment of all tuition charges
class without academic penalty.”                                                                                          exceeding your policy limit prior to the first class
                                                           FINANCIAL AID                                                  meeting
 All financial obligations must be met before academic      Some financial aid is available to ADEP students
                                                                                                                      The print version of the application may be down-
 records (diplomas and transcripts) can be released.       including ADEP assistantships. Eligibility for specific
                                                                                                                      loaded and faxed to (805) 493-3886 or completed
 Registration for an upcoming term will not be             aid is often contingent upon full-time status and
                                                                                                                      online and transmitted electronically to the Student
 accepted until financial obligations are met from the      income level. Student with full-time status (6 or more
                                                                                                                      Accounts Office.
 previous term. For information regarding student          units per term) and students with half-time status
                                                                                                                           Students are ultimately responsible for payment of
 accounts or billing procedures, please contact the        (3-5 units per term) are eligible for loans. Students
                                                                                                                      their fees, tuition and costs. Payment of your account
 Student Accounts office at (805) 493-3173.                 registered for less than three units with financial
                                                                                                                      is expected when your employer reimburses you or no
                                                           need may be considered for other types of aid on a
                                                                                                                      later than eight weeks after the end of the term.
                                                                                                                           If full payment has not been received within
  THE FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT                                                                       eight weeks from the end of the term, interest of
 The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, (FERPA, also known as the Buckley                 1.25% will accrue monthly on the entire unpaid
 Amendment) is a federal law which allows students the right to inspect their education records and                   balance (including charges for a current term.)
 provides that colleges and universities will maintain the confidentiality of those records. The law basically         A student is ineligible to defer tuition if there is
 says that no one outside the institution shall have access to your education records nor will the institution        a past due balance. A hold will be placed on the
 disclose other than Directory Information from those records without your written consent, except in an              account to prevent future registrations until that
 emergency. A copy of the full text of the law is available at the Registrar’s office.                                 balance has been paid in full.


ADEP SUMMER / FALL 2011 Bulletin and Schedule                                                                                                                                   7
ADEP SUMMER TERM MAIL-IN REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Continuing Students:
ADEP students who have applied or been admitted to ADEP may use the                   Name
Mail-In Registration form printed in this publication. Admission or Student
Account "HOLDS” must be cleared before the registration can be processed.             CLU ID#
To ensure the accuracy of your records, please print and provide all of the
information requested on the form.
                                                                                      Tuition Due
New Applicants:                                                                                      credits x $                  per credit = $                Total
Those students who have not yet started the admission
process must meet with an advisor and file an application for admission
before the registration can be accepted.
                                                                                      Payment Method (check one)
Mail-in registration deadline for Summer Term:
Mail-in registration forms are taken in the order received.                                R     Personal check payable to California Lutheran University
Friday, May 13, is the last day for accepting mail-in registration. After that
date, you may register online or in person at the ADEP office.                              R     Financial Aid
Some courses fill quickly. Register early!

To enroll by mail, return this entire page including the mailing label to:                 R     Employer Reimbursement – Tuition Deferral application
      California Lutheran University                                                             is available in the ADEP office or online at
      Adult Degree Program #2200
                                                                                                 www.clunet.edu/studentaccounts/forms
      60 W. Olsen Road
      Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-2787
OR you may FAX registration forms to:
      (805) 493-3861


CALIFORNIA LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY                                                                                          CLU ID#
ADULT EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM
Name ____________________________________________________________________________                                      ADEP TERM
             Last                        First                          Middle              Former                     R   I     Fall     20 ___
                                                                                                                       R   II    Winter   20 ___
Home Address ____________________________________________________________________                                      R   III   Spring   20 ___
                    ______________________________________________________________________________                     R   IV    Summer   20 ___
                    City                              State                          Zip Code
                                                                                                                       Major __________________________________
Is this a new address since your last registration? R Yes R No
Employer _________________________________________________________________________                                     R Male R Female

Business Address __________________________________________________________________                                    E-mail

                      __________________________________________________________________                               Home Telephone (               )
                       City                                 State                         Zip Code                                        Area Code
                                                                                                                       Business Telephone (               )
Is this a new address since your last registration? R Yes R No                                                                                Area Code

              Course          Syn.
   Dept.       No.            No.                   Course Title                    Cr.     Time       M   T       W       Th    F                Instructor




                                                                    Total Credits
I accept financial responsibility for my CLU enrollment including interest that will accrue at                                             APPROVED
the rate of 1.25% monthly (15% per annum) on any unpaid balance.                                                        REG.         FIN. AID      BUS. OFF.   CON. ENR.

STUDENT SIGNATURE ___________________________________ Date _________________
ADEP FALL TERM MAIL-IN REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Continuing Students:
ADEP students who have applied or been admitted to ADEP may use the                  Name
Mail-In Registration form printed in this publication. Admission or Student
Account "HOLDS” must be cleared before the registration can be processed.            CLU ID#
To ensure the accuracy of your records, please print and provide all of the
information requested on the form
                                                                                     Tuition Due
New Applicants:                                                                                      credits x $                  per credit = $                Total
Those students who have not yet started the admission
process must meet with an advisor and file an application for admission
before the registration can be accepted.
                                                                                     Payment Method (check one)
Mail-in registration deadline for Fall Term:
Mail-in registration forms are taken in the order received.                                R     Personal check payable to California Lutheran University
Friday, August 19, is the last day for accepting mail-in registration.
After that date, you may register online or in person at the ADEP office.                   R     Financial Aid
Some courses fill quickly. Register early!

To enroll by mail, return this entire page including the mailing label to:                 R     Employer Reimbursement – Tuition Deferral application
     California Lutheran University                                                              is available in the ADEP office or online at
     Adult Degree Program #2200
                                                                                                 www.clunet.edu/studentaccounts/forms
     60 W. Olsen Road
     Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-2787
OR you may FAX registration forms to:
     (805) 493-3861


CALIFORNIA LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY                                                                                          CLU ID#
ADULT EVENING DEGREE PROGRAM
Name ____________________________________________________________________________                                      ADEP TERM
            Last                        First                         Middle                Former                     R   I     Fall     20 ___
                                                                                                                       R   II    Winter   20 ___
Home Address ____________________________________________________________________                                      R   III   Spring   20 ___
                   ______________________________________________________________________________                      R   IV    Summer   20 ___
                   City                              State                          Zip Code
                                                                                                                       Major __________________________________
Is this a new address since your last registration? R Yes R No
Employer _________________________________________________________________________                                     R Male R Female

Business Address __________________________________________________________________                                    E-mail

                     __________________________________________________________________                                Home Telephone (               )
                      City                                State                           Zip Code                                        Area Code
                                                                                                                       Business Telephone (               )
Is this a new address since your last registration? R Yes R No                                                                                Area Code

              Course         Syn.
   Dept.       No.           No.                   Course Title                   Cr.       Time       M   T       W       Th    F                Instructor




                                                                  Total Credits
I accept financial responsibility for my CLU enrollment including interest that will accrue at                                             APPROVED
the rate of 1.25% monthly (15% per annum) on any unpaid balance.                                                        REG.         FIN. AID      BUS. OFF.   CON. ENR.

STUDENT SIGNATURE ___________________________________ Date _________________
ADEP WEBADVISOR INSTRUCTIONS
www.callutheran.edu
TO VIEW SUMMER 2011 OR                                            TO VIEW GRADES AND/OR GPA                         TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES
FALL 2011 COURSE SCHEDULE                                         1.   Select MyCLU, log in                         1.  Select MyCLU, log in
                                                                  2.   Select the WebAdvisor tab                    2.  Select the WebAdvisor tab
1. Select MyCLU, log in                                           3.   Select WebAdvisor for Students               3.  Select WebAdvisor for Students
2. Select the WebAdvisor tab                                      4.   Select Grades                                4.  Select Register for Sections
3. Select WebAdvisor for Students                                 5.   Select Term - (term to view)                 5.  Select Search and register for sections
4. Select Search for Sections                                     5.   Click Submit                                 6.  Select Term - Summer or Fall '11
5. Select Term - Summer or Fall Term '11                                                                            7.  Select Subject - (optional)
6. Select Academic Level - ADEP Undergraduate                                                                       8.  Select Academic Level - ADEP Undergraduate
7. Other search criteria available (optional),                                                                      9.  Click Submit
   click Submit                                                                                                     10. Select Courses, click Submit
8. Print if desired                                                                                                 11. Review Selection Confirmation &
                                                                                                                        Confirm Classes, click Submit
                                                                                                                    12. Print Registration Results for your records

                                                                                                                    You may also use this process for adding or
                                                                                                                    dropping classes.

                                                                                                                    In case of technical difficulties, please call the
                                                                                                                    Help Desk at (805) 493-3698.

                                                                                                                    Additional assistance is available at the ADEP
                                                                                                                    Office at (805) 493-3325.

ACADEMIC CALENDAR
     ADEP SUMMER TERM 2011                                        May 23 – Aug. 8            ADEP FALL TERM 2011                                     Aug. 29 - Nov. 14
     May 9        Mon            Priority Application Deadline                               Aug. 15     Mon        Priority Application Deadline
     May 21       Sat            New Student Orientation, 9-11:00 a.m.                       Aug. 27     Sat        New Student Orientation, 9 -11:00 a.m.
     May 23       Mon            SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN                                        Aug. 29     Mon        FALL CLASSES BEGIN
                                                                                             Sept. 5     Mon        Labor Day (No classes)
     May 30       Mon            Memorial Day (no classes)
                                                                                             Sept. 12    Mon        Last day to add; last day to drop (without a “W”)
     June 6       Mon            Last day to add; last day to drop (without a “W”)
                                 Last day to drop without financial penalty                                          Last day to drop without financial penalty
                                 (100% tuition charge for classes dropped after this date)                          (100% tuition charge for classes dropped after this date)
                                                                                             Sept. 21    Wed        Student Representative Breakfast, 7-9:30 a.m.
     June 15      Wed            Student Rep Breakfast, 7:30-9:00 a.m.
                                                                                             Sept. 30    Thurs      Application for Degree Deadline (for February or
     July 4       Mon            Independence Day (no classes)                                                      May graduates)
     July 5       Tues           Last day to withdraw without academic penalty               Oct. 10     Mon        Last day to withdraw without academic penalty
     Aug. 8       Mon            Last day to remove incompletes fromSpring term              Oct. 24     Mon        Winter term registration begins for seniors
     Aug. 2-8     Tues-Mon       Final Exams                                                 Oct. 25     Tues       Winter term registration for all students
     Aug. 29      Mon            Fall 2011 classes begin                                     Nov. 14     Mon        Last day to remove incompletes from summer term
     Fall registration is ongoing throughout the summer term.                                Nov. 8-14   Tues-Mon   Final exams

     SAVE THE DATE                                                                           SAVE THE DATE
     New Student Orientation - Summer Term 2011                                              New Student Orientation - Fall Term 2011
     Saturday, May 21                                                                        Saturday, August 27
     9 - 11 a.m., Alumni Hall, Room 128                                                      9 - 11 a.m., Alumni Hall, Room 128

ADEP SUMMER / FALL 2011 Bulletin and Schedule                                                                                                                                   10

				
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