GOT QUICK & EASY REGISTRATION? YES!!! New Student? Returning Student? 1. Complete online application for admissions 1. Reapply to the college online at www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply or on campus 2. Complete assessment requirements in room LRC1 LRC 5A M - Th 8:30 - 6:00 & F 8:30 - 4:00 2. Contact Admissions at 986-5810 to update 3. Attend orientation enrollment status Appt call 986-5816 4. Register for classes High School Student? www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar 1. Apply online at www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply 2. In-person registration only in Admissions & Continuing Student? Records Office 3. Special Admission and Medical Release forms Locate your registration appointment time at required EACH semester. www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar on April 1st 4. See special requirements on page 6 . TABLE OF CONTENTS How to Read This Schedule........................................................ 28 Health Center...............................................................................68 SUMMER 2009 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES................................. 29 High School Students.................................................................... 62 Evening Classes..................................................................... 49 IGETC Certification.....................................................................25 Instructional T.V.......................................................................26 Learning Center...........................................................................68 Off Campus-Classes............................................................... 26 Library Services........................................................................... 69 On-Line Classes...................................................................... 26 Map to Oxnard College........................................Inside Back Cover AA/AS Degreee Requirements..................................................21 Matriculation Policies....................................................................61 Admission Application online at www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply Mission of the College...................................................................59 Admission & Residency Requirements........................................52 Off-campus Locations....................................................................28 Assessment Schedule.................................................................60 PACE Program.............................................................................. 19 Auditing Classes...........................................................................61 PASS/NO PASS Option................................................................61 Bookstore.......................................................................................65 Registration Information................................................................13 Building Guide.............................................................................93 Safety Statistics............................................................................93 Calendar for Summer 2009..............................................................4 Services Guide............................................................................93 Calendar for Fall 2009......................................................................5 WEBSTAR Registration...................................................................8 CalWORKs.................................................................................65 Student Activities.........................................................................65 Campus Map...............................................................................92 Student Services........................................................................... 65 Career Center..............................................................................66 Support Services Directory.............................................................. 3 ? Complaint Procedure for Harrassment/Discrimination.................88 Transcripts....................................................................................62 Graphic Design by Jorge Sanchez Counseling Services...................................................................66 Transfer Center............................................................................69 Credit by Examination...................................................................61 Tutorial Center..............................................................................69 CSU Transfer Requirements..........................................................24 Veteran Information .......................................................................63 Deadline Dates............................................................................7 Wait List Information - Add Authorization Code ..............................14 Dental Hygiene Clinic..................................................................67 ∂ Webstar Login Information/PIN change .........................................11 Dropping Classes........................................................................62 Educational Assistance Center (EAC).........................................67 Información en Español Extended Opportunities & Programs (EOPS)...............................67 Matriculación: Pasos al Éxito......................................................60 Fees............................................................................................63 Solicitud de Exoneración de Cuotas de Fall Semester Classes ...................................................................71 Matriculación .................................................................................57 Fee Waiver Application ..................................................................54 Ayuda para Inscripción Estudiantil.................................................56 Financial Aid.................................................................................68 Classes subject to change please check the web for current information: oxnardcollege.edu/schedule 3 SUPPORT SERVICES DIRECTORY - SUMMER 2009 General Information: College website: www.oxnardcollege.edu Phone: (805)986-5800 Student Support Services Hours Contact Person Telephone Bldg. Admissions & Records M-Th - 8-7 Susan Cabral 986-5810 LRC F-closed Schedules, enrollment, official transcripts, Veteran Affairs, petitions Bookstore M-Th - 7:30-7:30, F-closed Gina Brenner 986-5826 OE Textbooks, Supplies, Clothing, Electronics, Software, Sundries, Snacks & more Campus Safety Open 24-Hours Campus Police 986-5805 SS Accidents, Parking, Escorts, Crimes Careers/Job Placement M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Reggie Talili 986-5838 CSSC Career Center, research materials, Job placement services Child Development Center M-Th - 7-5; F-closed (closed 6/15-8/14) Kim Karkos 986-5801 CDC Offers developmental preschool programming for children between the ages of 18 months through five years of age Financial Aid M-T - 8-7, W-Th - 8-5; Linda Faasua 986-5828 LRC F-closed Student Business Office (pay fees) M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Masi Lashkari 986-5811 OE Outreach and Recruitment Center M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Student 986-5907 LRC Ambassadors Apply online Valerie Lee Peer assistance with webSTAR for college and financial aid applications, registration appt date, enrollment, adds, drops, unofficial transcripts, PIN changes, and general information Counseling/Careers/Health Services CARE Program M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Ana Maria Valle 986-5827 CSSC Educational Resources for Single Parents College CalWORKS M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Letty Mojica 986-5887 CSSC Offers CalWORKs students paid and unpaid internships, trainings and support services Counseling M-Th - 8-7 Juan Hernandez 986-5816 LRC F-closed Academic, Personal, Career and Personal Assessment, Graduation Requirements Dental Hygiene Clinic Appointments Denielle Wiley 986-5823 DHC EOPS M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Ana Maria Valle 986-5827 CSSC Counseling and Support Services for low-income students Health Center M-Th - 8-6; F-closed Mary Jones 986-5832 SS General Health,. Specialty Services F - closed Scholarships M-Th - 9-3; F-closed Staff 986-5847 LRC Learning Support Services Assessment - no appt necessary M-Th - 8:30-6 F-closed Suzette Williams 986-5864 LRC 5A Matriculation/Orientation M-Th - 8-4 F-closed David Lopez 986-5816 LRC Deaf Student Services M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Douglas Singleton SS and by arrangement or 986-5830 ext. 2022 Disability Services/ M-Th - 8-7; F-closed Leo Orange 986-5830 SS Educational Assistance Center Learning Center M-Th - 8-7 Sandra Allen 986-5839 LRC Fri-Sun closed Library M-Th - 8-7 Circulation 986-5819 LRC Fri-Sun closed Reference 986-5820 Tutorial Center M-Th - 10-5; F-closed Jose Cornelio 986-5846 LRC Transfer Center M-Th - 8-6:30; Cesar Flores 986-5837 LRC-6 F-closed 4 SUMMER 2009 SCHEDULE INFO Check Course Listing For Start Dates REGISTRATION BEGINS MANDATORY FEES WebSTAR only Enrollment ................................. $20 per unit Appointment date available Health .............................. $14 per semester on WebSTAR ...... April 1 Non-Res Tuition ...................... $181 per unit Continuing (app) .................... April 20 Foreign Student Capital Outlay ....... $14 per New/Returning (appt) ............... May 4 unit Open (no appt) ....................... May 11 Student Rep. Fee ............... $1 per semester Student Center Fee .................... $1 per unit WALK-IN Max $10 per year Remote Reg. Fee Webstar ............... $ 3 per H.S. 11th/12th Grades ............ May 12 semester Open (no appt) ....................... May 18 Credit by Exam ......................... $20 per unit Parking (optional) .................................. $19 Fees are subject to change DEADLINE DATES Available on Webstar NO CLASSES HOLIDAYS Go to www.oxnardcollege.edu/schedule Select term, Subject, College Click “Search”, Click on “CRN” Use the scroll bar to view deadline Memorial Day ............... May 25 dates, print Independence Day ............ July 3 Graduation & Certificate Applications – June 25 Program for Accelerated College Photo ID FINAL EXAMS Education Classes required COMMENCEMENT at the May 20th 5:30 pm PACE Classes Last day (805) 986-5886 Admissions of class Office Important Dates - Keep this Page for Reference 5 FALL 2009 SCHEDULE INFO Classes subject to change please check the web for current information: oxnardcollege.edu/schedule Enroll at www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar FULL TERM COURSES AUG 17 - DEC 16 Saturday & Sunday Classes Begin August 15 & 16 REGISTRATION BEGINS MANDATORY FEES WebSTAR only Enrollment ................................. $20 per unit Appointment date available Health .............................. $17 per semester on WebSTAR ...... April 1 Non-Res Tuition ...................... $189 per unit Continuing (app) .................... April 20 Foreign Student Capital Outlay ....... $14 per New/Returning (appt) ............... May 4 unit open (no appt) ........................ May 11 Foreign Appl. Fee ................................. $50 Student Rep. Fee ............... $1 per semester WALK-IN Student Center Fee .................... $1 per unit Max $10 per year H.S. 11th/12th Grades ............ May 12 Remote Reg. Fee Webstar ............... $ 3 per Open (no appt) ................. August 10 semester Credit by Exam ......................... $20 per unit Add Authorization Codes Needed for Parking (optional) .................................. $40 All Full-Term Classes ......... August 24 Fees are subject to change DEADLINE DATES Full-Term Courses NO CLASSES HOLIDAYS Waitlist ........................ Aug 16 Add-Refund ................... Aug 30 Census ........................... Sept 6 Drop w/o “W” ................. Sept 13 Labor Day .................. Sept 5 – 7 P/NP Petition .............. Sept 18 Veteran’s Day ................... Nov 9 Graduation & Certificate Thanksgiving .......... Nov 26 – 29 Petitions ......................... Nov 5 Drop with “W” ................. Nov 22 Program for Accelerated College FINAL EXAMS Photo ID Education Classes required at the 1st 9 weeks August 17 – October 17 December 10 – 16 Admissions 2nd 9 weeks Office October 19 – December 19 Important Dates - Keep this Page for Reference 6 HOW DO I REGISTER FOR CLASSES AT OXNARD COLLEGE? Before you begin the registration process, please take a moment to review and update your ethnic & racial background by answering the short questions. Recently enacted regulatory changes now allow you to claim multiple ethnic backgrounds instead of limiting you to only one. By updating this information you allow our statistics to reflect the diversity of our student bodies. Thank you. New Student? If you have never attended Oxnard, Moorpark, or Returning Student? If you last attended Oxnard, Moorpark or Ventura Colleges go to www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply or on Ventura Colleges prior to Fall 2008 semester you are a Returning campus in room LRC 1. Student. 1. Complete online Application for Admissions at 1. Reapply to the college online at www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply. or on campus in room LRC1 2. Complete Assessment Testing - LRC Room 5A. 2. Register into courses at www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar. 3. Submit official transcripts from prior institutions. 3. Fees are due immediately – pay online with Visa/Mastercard/ 4. Call 986-5816 for orientation & counseling appointments. Discover/American Express or at the Student Business Office. 5. Check Schedule for registration date. Go to www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar. Log into webstar using Social ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (GRADES 9 - 12) Security number or ID number followed by your 6-digit date of • New students Apply on line at oxnardcollege.edu/apply birth PIN (your DOB will expire immediately. Create a new • Special Admission & Medical forms required each semester 6-character PIN). Keep for future reference. • In-person registration only - Admissions Office (LRC) 6. Select classes from the web searchable schedule. 7. Fees are due immediately – pay online w/ Visa/Mastercard/ Additional Requirements: Discover/American Express or at the Student Business Office. New (Grades 11 & 12) Continuing Student? If you were enrolled at Oxnard, Moorpark, • Assess in LRC 5A/Orientation (student ID# required) or Ventura Colleges during the last 2 semesters go to • Registration: May 12 – August 14 www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar. Click on Webstar. Log in using your social security or ID number followed by your selected PIN. Continuing (Grades 11 & 12) • Meet with a counselor prior to registration 1. Outstanding fees and holds must be cleared prior to registration. 2. View your priority registration appointment date on webSTAR. • Registration: May 12 – August 14 3. Register for courses from the web Searchable Schedule. New (Grades 9 & 10) Registration: Summer - May 26/Fall - Aug 17 4. Fees are due immediately – pay online w/Visa/Mastercard/ Discover/American Express or at the Student Business Office. • Bring completed Special Admission/Medical forms to LRC1 • Bring an unofficial copy of high school transcript to LRC1 Notice to recent H.S. Graduates: If you last attended Oxnard • Assess/Orientation in LRC 5A (Student ID# required) College as a high school student and have since graduated, you • Parent and student meet with a counselor must update your high school information on line at www.oxnardcollege.apply. You will not have web access to register Continuing (Grades 9 & 10) until this update is complete. Registration: Summer - May 26 * Fall - Aug 17 • Parent and student meet with a counselor WEBSTAR REGISTRATION FOR: FALL 2009 (One time $3 charge per semester) Continuing Students Begins April 20 (by appointment) New/Returning Students Begins May 4 webSTAR On-line Registration OPEN (no appt) www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar PHOTO ID REQUIRED Begins May 11 2 WAYS TO REGISTER webSTAR REGISTRATION WALK-IN REGISTRATION Appointment dates available on webSTAR April 1 (No Appointment Necessary) www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar Begins for Summer on May 18 Begins Begins for Fall on August 10 24/7 April 20 (by appointment) Admissions, Assessment, Bookstore and Financial Aid Register Early Before Your Classes Close will be open on Saturday, August 15th and 22nd *Class Closed ??? Sign up for the "Waitlist" from 9am to 3pm. *Closed Classes. If you wish to enter a closed class, you must: (Additional information on page14) 1. Add your name to the WAITLIST. You will automatically be moved into the class if a space becomes available. 2. If you remain on the waitlist the first day of school attend the first class meeting. 3. Obtain an add authorization code number from the instructor. 4. Go to www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar, log into webSTAR, click on student services, click on add/drop selection, drop yourself off of the waitlist, click Submit Registration Changes, type in the CRN, type authorization code, click Submit Registration Changes, click Exit Registration. 7 SUMMER/FALL 2009 DEADLINE DATES Dates subject to change. All deadline dates will be strictly enforced. Students who petition for extensions to published dates must have documented proof of extenuating circumstances. Deadline Deadline Deadline to Drop Deadline to Deadline to Drop for for without a “W” on select P/NP “W” will appear Semester Length Classes Refund/Credit Adds your transcript grading option on your transcript August 17 - December 16 August 30 August 30 September 13 September 18 November 22 SUMMER CLASSES, or IF YOUR CLASS MEETS LESS THAN SEMESTER LENGTH, follow the instructions below for online access. During each semester, classes of varying lengths and meeting patterns are offered accounting for differing deadline dates. For that reason, the Oxnard College website has been improved so that you may view the deadline dates on-line for every course offered. Follow these few easy steps to find the deadline dates for your class: w Go to www.oxnardcollege.edu/schedule. Click on preferred schedule semester, click on Search. w Select Term, Subject, College. w Click Search w Click on the CRN w Use the scroll bar to view deadline dates and other information specific to that CRN or hit print key. DEADLINES - Short Term Courses As a general rule, short-term course deadline dates for all California Community Colleges are determined as follows: Refund Deadline: 10% of class sessions No “W” Deadline: 30% of class sessions P/NP Deadline: 30% of class sessions “W” Deadline: 75% of class sessions It remains the responsibility of the student to drop courses by the appropriate deadline. Before you qualify for a refund/credit of enrollment/health/parking/ASB/Student Rep/Student Center Fees you MUST DROP your classes and return parking permits to the Business Office by the specified deadline date. ‹ DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR GRADUATION OR CERTIFICATION OF ACHIEVEMENT Summer - June 25 Fall - November 5 Applications are available in the Counseling and Admissions Offices ‹ To view your class schedule online go to www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar. IMPORTANT: All fees are due and payable immediately. Students who do not pay their fees in a timely manner may have one or both of the following actions taken: be dropped from their classes and required to re-enroll and/or have a financial hold placed against their records which until paid will prevent all enrollment, drops, and withdrawals, prohibit access to transcripts, grades, and limit access to certain campus services. Students who drop classes after the refund deadline are held responsible for all fees owed. Enrollment fees are set by the State and are subject to change without notice and may be retroactive; all other fees are set by the Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees and are subject to change by Board action. 8 & READ THIS BEFORE REGISTERING BY WEB Be sure to include your student ID number and driver's license ´ WebSTAR is the Easy Way to register, add and/or drop number. Confirm receipt of your payment @ classes.($3 per semester charge for unlimited use.) www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar ´ Pay on the Web by Visa, Mastercard, American Express & c. CASH—should be paid on campus at the Student Business Office. Discover OR Easy Payment Plan (pg 10) d. EASY PAYMENT PLAN (pg 10) WEBSTAR PLEASE DO NOT MAIL CASH. 1. Read the following criteria for WebSTAR eligibility. 7. Refunds The majority of students attending Oxnard College are eligible to use All refunds must be requested in person at the Student the WebSTAR system for registration and program adjustment. The Business Office. The Web system will not credit your charge following students may not register by WebSTAR and should card if you drop classes. Refunds to your credit card are processed refer to the walk-in registration calendar on page 6 for more in person at the Student Business Office, located in the Bookstore. information: To ensure proper credit you must bring your credit card. • High School Advanced Placement (Special Admit) students. There is a $10 charge to process Refunds. • Students subject to dismissal may not register by WebSTAR until they have seen a counselor and completed the continued 8. Parking Permits enrollment petition. May be picked up at the Student Business Office or you may mail • Students attempting to register in classes that require written the Permit Form from this brochure, page 94. Bring your license permission from the instructor, a directed studies contract, or plate number and make of vehicle. other special handling. • Students registering in more than 19.5 units (9.00 units for 9. Adding or Dropping a Class. summer term). We recommend that you register by WebSTAR Once you register or add a class, you are registered, and for up to the maximum, then obtain an Academic Overload responsible for the fees. If you enroll in a class and then change Petition from a counselor for the class(es) that put you over your mind, it is your responsibility to drop the class. YOU MUST 19.5 units (9.0 for summer). DROP BY THE REFUND DEADLINE, OTHERWISE, YOU WILL BE • Students who have outstanding fees, obligations or holds. RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL FEES OWED. Each semester has a • A closed class unless you have an Add Authorization Code different refund deadline. from the instructor (web only). FOR CLASS DEADLINE DATES FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS: 2. Read the Registration Calendar on page 6. • Go to oxnardcollege.edu/webstar and select the "Searchable Find out when you can register by WebSTAR. If you are not eligible, Schedule" the calendar will give you other options. • Click on Index of Subjects option listed under the current semester Schedule. Select your subject. 3. Make sure the Admissions Office has your current e-mail • Find your course and course reference number (CRN). address on file to access : • Click on the CRN. • Pin Disabled? Automated PIN reset option • Use the scroll bar to view deadline dates, Instructor and other • Closed Class? Add your name to a WAITLIST information specific to that CRN. • It remains the responsibility of the student to drop courses by 4. Make sure you don’t have any outstanding fees or obligations. the appropriate deadline. If you have not paid your fees and Refer to item #1 on this page. WebSTAR will not let you register if drop or are administratively dropped after the refund deadline you owe fees or have any outstanding obligations. Don’t wait until you are still responsible for the fees. the last minute or you risk having registration delayed. TO DROP A CLASS GO TO www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar Click on Webstar. Click on Registration, click Registration: Add/Drop. 5.You are ready to register. Click the arrow in the Action box of the class you desire to drop, WebSTAR - www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar select withdraw (DW). Click Submit Changes. Click Complete Registration. For your records print out your confirmation copy with 6. Pay your fees by one of the following methods: the drop confirmation number. a. CREDIT CARD-—use your Visa, Mastercard, American Express, or Discover to pay fees on the Web. Your payment will be authorized Problems with WebSTAR? immediately. Pay with a credit card by phone at 986-5811. Call the Admissions Office at 986-5810 if you encounter problems Note: The WebSTAR will not credit your card if you drop with your Web registration. We can help you and you will help us by classes. Refunds to your credit card are processed in person and making us aware of problems we need to address. you must bring your card to the Student Business Office, located in the Bookstore. Notice to Public: b. CHECK OR MONEY ORDER Use of Image • Mail your check or money order to the Student Business Office, 4000 S. Rose Ave., Oxnard, CA 93033 Attendees and participants in events held on campus. Oxnard College reserves the right to photograph, videotape, webcast and • Drop in lockbox located in the LRC hall (near ATM), or pay at audiotape during instructional, cultural, athletic and co-curricular the Business Office located inside the bookstore events. By attending these events, you consent to your likeness, image and voice being used by Oxnard College, in its sole ‰ judgment, for educational and promotional purposes. 9 & LEA ESTO ANTES DE INSCRIBIRSE POR “WebSTAR” Inscripción por WebSTAR c. En efectivo—Debe pagarse en persona en la Oficina de Negocios Estudiantiles (Student Business Office). . 1. Lea el Siguiente Criterio para Elegibilidad de WebSTAR. La mayoría de los estudiantes que asisten al Colegio de Oxnard son POR FAVOR NO ENVIE DINERO EN EFECTIVO POR CORREO elegibles para usar el sistema WebSTAR para inscribirse y para hacer cambios en sus programas. Los estudiantes en las siguientes 7. Reembolsos categorías no pueden registrarse por WebSTAR y deberán consultar Todo reembolso debe pedirse en persona a la Oficina de el calendario de la página 6 para inscribirse en persona. Negocios Estudiantiles (Student Business Office) o puede • Estudiantes de la preparatoria con admisión especial (High enviar la tarjeta en este folleto para su permiso. El sistema School Advanced Placement). WebSTAR no le devolverá crédito a su tarjeta si cancela su • Estudiantes a prueba académica no pueden registrase por inscripción en clases. Reembolsos a su tarjeta de crédito se WebSTAR hasta no ver un consejero y completar la petición procesan en persona y necesita traer su tarjeta a la oficina de para continuar su inscripción. Negocios Estudiantiles (Student Business Office) localizada en la • Estudiantes que desean registrarse en una clase que requiere librería del colegio. el permiso escrito del maestro, un contrato de estudios dirigidos, Hay un recargo de $10 por el proceso del reembolso. u otro proceso especial. • Estudiantes que se registran en más de 19.5 unidades (9.0 8. Permiso Para Estacionamiento para cursos de verano), se les recomienda registrarse por Los permisos para estacionamiento se pueden obtener en la Oficina WebSTAR hasta el límite de unidades, y luego obtener una de Negocios Estudiantiles (Student Business Office) o puede enviar petición de “Academic Overload” de un consejero. la tarjeta en este folleto para su permiso. Traiga el número de placas • Estudiantes que deben cuotas u otras obligaciones financieras. de su vehículo. Vea la página 64 para las cuotas. Cancele su inscripción antes de la fecha límite o será 2. Lea el Calendario para Inscribirse en la Página 6. responsable del pago de la cuota. Vea cuando se puede inscribir por WebSTAR. Si no es elegible, el calendario le dará otras opciones. 9. Agregar o Dejar Una Clase a. Al momento de registrarse en una clase, usted ya está registrado 3. Asegurese que la Oficina de Admisión Tenga su Domicilio y es responsable por el pago de cuota. Correcto. b. Si se registra en una clase y se arrepiente, es su reponsabilidad Esto se aplica a todo estudiante, ya que su confirmación de clases cancelar su registración en esa clase. y recibo de pago se le enviará por correo. Debe cancelar su registración antes de la fecha límite para reembolsos, si no, usted es responsable por el pago de todas las 4. Asegurese que no Tenga Obligaciones Financieras. cuotas para esa clase. Vea el #1 en esta página. WebSTAR no le permitirá registrarse si Vea el calendario en la página 5 para la fecha límite para cancelar debe cuotas o tiene otras obligaciones financieras pendientes. No su registración en clases y recibir crédito. Consulte la Oficina de espere hasta el último momento porque arriezga retrazar su Admisión para las fechas límites para cursos cortos. registración. TODAS LAS CUOTAS DEBEN PAGARSE INMEDIATAMENTE. TODA CUOTA PENDIENTE QUEDA COMO RESPONSABILIDAD 5. Está Listo para Inscribirse. DEL ESTUDIANTE Y RESULTARA EN RESTRICCIONES EN LA WebSTAR - www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar ENTREGA DE ARCHIVOS ACADEMICOS, CALIFICACIONES, Y SE LE PROHIBIRA INSCRIBIRSE EN EL FUTURO. 6. Pague su Cuota de Una de las Siguentes Formas: a. Tarjeta de Crédito - Use su Visa o Mastercard para pagar su ¿Problemas con WebSTAR? cuota. Su pago se autorizará inmediatamente. Pague con tarjeta de Llame a la Oficina de Admisión al 986-5810 si se encuentra con crédito y complete toda su registración por teléfono! problemas usando el sistema “WebSTAR” para su registración. Nota: El sistema WebSTAR no le devolverá crédito a su tarjeta Nosotros podemos ayudarle, y usted nos ayudará al avisarnos de si cancela su registración en clases. problemas que necesitamos arreglar. Reembolsos a su tarjeta de crédito se procesan en persona y necesita traer su tarjeta a la oficina de Negocios Estudiantiles (Student Business Office). b. Cheque personal o giro postal - Envíe su cheque o giro postal a la Oficina de Negocios Estudiantiles (Student Business Office) siguiendo las instrucciones provistas por el sistema WebSTAR, paso #4 o deposítelo en las cajas de seguridad localizadas en el pasillo de LRC o en la librería. Asegúrese de incluir su número de identificación estudiantil y número de su licencia de manejar. Su confirmación de clases y recibo de su cuota se le enviará por correo dentro de dos semanas de recibir su pago. 10 EASY PAYMENT PLAN AUTOMATIC PAYMENT PLAN An easier way to pay for college. Affordable • Convenient • Interest-Free Advantages Simple Steps to Enroll in the Payment Plan • Easy online enrolment • Go to http://students.vcccd.edu • Monthly payment plan • Select the e-Cashier link • Flexible payment options • Log into webSTAR • No interest • From the Student Accounts page click on the e-Cashier logo Payment Methods • Automatic Bank Payment (ACH) e-Cashier Availability • Credit card/debit card Availability of e-Cashier is determined by Oxnard College. Please be aware the college may elect not to Payments are processed on the 5th of each month have e-cashier available during specific times and and will continue until the balance is paid in full. dates during registration. Please do not assume your balance will automatically Cost to participate be adjusted if financial aid is received or a class is • $15 enrolment fee per semester (ACH & Credit dropped or added. You should review your agreement balance online through My FACTS Account or call the Card) Oxnard College Student Business Office at • $25 returned payment fee if a payment is 805.986.5811 to confirm the change. returned Have additional questions on how the payment plan works? Refer to the “Frequently Asked Questions” or “How e-Cashier Works” links located on the toolbar of e-Cashier. Target Dates to Enroll By: Summer 09 full payments to be open April 13- July 3 2009 Last day to enroll Required down Number of Months of online payment payments payments June 3 none 5 June-Oct June 23 20% 4 July-Oct FALL 2009 July 23 25% 3 Aug-Oct Aug 25 30% 2 Sept & Oct NOTE: All down and full payments are processed immediately! For additional help, please call us at 800.609.8056. Customer service representatives are available Monday through Thursday, 7:30 am to 7:00 pm (CST), and Friday, 7:30 am to 5:00 pm. neltel Business Solutions Formely FACTS management Co. 11 WEBSTAR LOGIN (www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar) User ID: User ID: social security number or assigned student ID PIN: PIN: Six-digit date-of-birth (DOB) Example: 041268 Login Your Pin has EXPIRED. Please Change it now Disabled Account Inactivity or Invalid Login For security reasons your date-of-birth NO E-MAIL ADDRESS ON FILE E-MAIL ON FILE (DOB) PIN automatically expires. You will be prompted to create a new Please Phone to have your PIN reset Click “PIN Reset Form” 6-character PIN using letters/numbers 986-5810 or 986-5857 Enter information to reset your or combination. 986-5827 or 986-5816 webSTAR PIN and click on “Submit 986-5839 or 986-5886 Information” User ID: social security number You will be e-mailed an immediate or assigned student ID number temporary PIN number. This number MUST be used before 3:00 am the PIN: Six-digit date-of-birth (DOB) following day. Example: 041268 User ID: social security number Click “Login” button or assigned student ID number For security reasons your DOB PIN: Six-digit temporary pin e-mailed PIN automatically expires. to you. You will be prompted to create a new 6-character PIN using Click “Login” button letters/numbers or combination After you click on login you will be required to create a new permanent 6-character PIN, other than the assigned temporary PIN. Your DOB or temporary PIN will automatically Your PIN has expired. Please change it now. expire and becomes your "old" PIN - reenter here. Re-enter Old PIN: Enter a new six-character PIN number (use letters or numbers). New PIN: Confirm the new six-character PIN. Re-enter new PIN: Keep this number in a safe place for future reference Document new PIN and keep for future reference. # Oxnard College To access webstar, please logon to www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar. You will need the following information each time you access webstar: (Your PIN must be changed within 72 hours. Otherwise, it will be disabledfor security purposes.) Student ID: (900 number or SS#) PIN: Date of Birth, 6 Numbers (e.g. 010883) Note: Your DOB will expire on first login - please change to a personal pin. New Personal PIN: __ __ __ __ __ __ (Six Characters) Please record new pin and keep for your records. 12 ?? NEED $$$$$$$$ FOR COLLEGE ?? www.oxnardcollege.edu You need to go to college. We’ll pay for it. Financial aid is available for students at Oxnard College. It’s there for the asking. Real money ... for real education. One that could get you a better job and get you started in your future. So if you need money for college...fees, books, supplies... even help with the rent...you just need to ask. Log on now and find out how we can help you @ oxnardcollege.edu/finaid email@example.com Or call 805.986.5828 Financial Aid Office Colegio Comunitario de Oxnard Oficina de Ayuda Financiera Dinero Gratis para el Colegio Para más información, contáctenos al Teléfono 986.5828 o Correo Electrónico: firstname.lastname@example.org 13 EVALUACIÓN ACADÉMICA INFORMATION YOU NEED TO KNOW Entienda sus talentos académicos y seleccione las clases ASSESSMENT que los complementan Assessment is available on a walk-in basis in the LRC Building, Room 5A. Assessment through COMPASS program is a Las Sesiones para la evaluación académica son conducidas en computerized process that determines students' academic grupo por especialistas de matriculación. Sus intereses, historial readiness in English, Reading, Math and English as a Second académico, preparación, habilidades, horario de trabajo, y otros Language. Multiple measures such as part academic record, criterios son evaluados para ayudarle a tomar buenas decisiones interests, aptitude, high school grades can also be used to respecto a su carrera académica. Todas las evaluaciones determine readiness for college level course work. académicas tendrán lugar en el edificio LRC, en el salón 5A. ORIENTATION LA ORIENTACIÓN Orientation sessions are designed to acquaint students with Llegándonos a conocer college programs, services, facilities and grounds, and academic Las Sesiones para la orientación del estudiante proveen expectations. Information and guidance is provided to help información acerca de matriculación, el proceso de inscripción, students understand matriculation, assessment, student support asesoría, evaluación académica, y servicios disponibles para los and choosing appropriate courses. Orientations are held in the estudiantes. La orientación tanto como la evaluación académica LRC Building. se llevan a cabo en el edificio LRC. COUNSELING/ADVISEMENT ASESORÍA EN GRUPO Planning for Your Classes Planeando sus clases Counselors will help you develop an educational plan which Con la ayuda de consejeros, los estudiantes desarrollan su plan includes a list of courses to consider during registration. académico para un semestre, el cual incluye una lista de clases If you need additional assistance, you can then choose to see a para elegir durante la registración. Si usted necesita ayuda counselor on an individual or group basis. A drop-by counselor is adicional, puede hacer una cita con un consejero individualmente also available to handle quick questions. The Counseling Center o en grupo. Consultas sin cita son disponibles para resolver is located in the LRC Building, Room 22. algunas preguntas rápidas. El centro de consejeros está localizado en el edificio LRC, en el salón 22. REGISTRATION Selecting Your Schedule of Courses and INSCRIPCIÓN Enrolling Seleccione sus clases para el primer semestre e inscribase You are responsible for selecting your class schedule and en ellas registering for your classes. We offer TWO options for registration: Usted tiene la responsabilidad de formular su horario de clases Web registration and Walk-in registration. First-time students e inscribirse en ellas. Hay dos maneras de inscribirse en sus cannot register by WEBSTAR unless they have completed the clases: inscripción por “WebSTAR”, o en persona. Los estudiantes matriculation process or have been exempted by the Matriculation que se inscriben por primera vez no pueden inscribirse por Office. In-Person registration is provided on a first-come, first- “WebSTAR” al menos que hayan completado la matriculación, o served basis at the Admissions & Records Office in the LRC que sean declarados exentos (que tengan permiso) por la oficina Building. Walk-in dates are listed on page 6. de matriculación. A las personas sin cita se les atiende en la orden que van llegando a la Oficina de Admisiones y Registros en IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING PAYMENT OF FEES el edificio LRC. Several methods of fee payment are available: credit card, check, or e-chashier. Students who do not pay their fees within seven (7) days CUOTAS of enrolling MAY be automatically dropped from classes. Las cuotas deben de pagarse al inscribirse Non-payment MAY result in a financial hold placed against student Es su responsabilidad pagar todas las cuotas correspondientes records which will prevent all enrollment and withdrawls, prohibit al inscribirse. Si a usted lo dan de baja en alguna clase por no access to transcripts, grades and limit access to certain campus pagar sus cuotas, el Colegio puede hacerlo a Ud. responsable services until paid. por pagarlas. Las cuotas no pagadas siguen siendo su responsabilidad y pueden resultar en restricciones que pueden CLASS DROPS prevenir la entrega de su historial académico o de sus Dropping a class is your responsibility. It is not your instructor’s responsibility. If you must drop a class, be sure to drop within the calificaciones, y hasta podria prohibirle la inscripción en el futuro. established deadlines. If you’ve enrolled in a class, have never attended the class and have never dropped it, you are still EL RETIRARSE DE CLASES responsible for the fees incurred. You may drop your class on Es responsabilidad del estudiante tomar las medidas necesarias Web: www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar. antes de la fecha límite establecida para retirarse de una clase. Los formularios para este propósito están disponibles en la FOLLOW UP Oficina de Admisiones y Registros. Si usted se inscribe en una Providing Assistance clase, jamás asiste, ni se retira de la clase oficialmente, le After enrolling, you will continue to receive follow-up services corresponderá pagar las cuotas. Ud. puede retirarse de sus through the Matriculation Early Alert system and the counseling clases por medio de STAR/web: www.vcccd.net/webstar. department. The counseling department may contact you to assist you if you are undecided about your major, are enrolled in basic ASISTENCIA CONTINUA skills classes, or to help you achieve your goals at Oxnard Proveyendo ayuda College. In addition, you may opt to see a counselor at any time if Después de matricularse, el colegio seguirá ofreciéndole servicios you have personal, academic, or career concerns. Appointments a través del sistema “Early Alert” (alerta académica temprana) y el can be scheduled in Room 22 of the LRC Building. Departamento de Consejería. El personal de matriculación se mantendrá en comunicación con usted durante el semestre para WAIT LIST asistirle si está indeciso en su carrera, si está inscrito en clases Closed Class?? If you have an e-mail address on file with básicas, y para ayudarle a realizar sus metas en el colegio de the college you can add your name to a wait list. (You will Oxnard. Finalmente, puede ver a un consejero si tiene preguntas automatically be moved into the class if room permits, with personales, académicas, o acerca de su carrera. Citas pueden e-mail confirmation.) hacerse en el salón 22 del edificio LRC. 14 WAIT LIST TERMS AND CONDITIONS Students may choose to place themselves on a waitlist for closed classes. Being on a waitlist affords the best chance of being admitted to a closed class. MAKE THE WAITLIST WORK FOR YOU! Here’s what you need to know: w Being on a waitlist does not guarantee admission to the class. Waitlisted students will automatically be registered into the waitlisted class in priority order when a seat becomes available. While the colleges will make every attempt to notify students by email when they are moved from the waitlist into the class, it is the student’s responsibility to be aware of their registration status. w Fees will be assessed when a student is moved from the waitlist and registered in the class. w Check the status of waitlisted classes frequently. w Make sure you have an active email address on file. This is how the college will notify you if you are moved from the waitlist into the class. w Don’t register or place yourself on the waitlist for any other class that meets at the same time as the waitlisted class. w Don’t register or place yourself on the waitlist for another section of the same course as the waitlisted class. Example: if you are registered in English R101, you cannot also be on the waitlist for a different section of English R101. w Be sure you meet the prerequisites for the waitlisted course. This means that students must have completed the prerequisite course at this college with a grade of A, B, C or P, or must have seen a counselor for prerequisite clearance. w Do not exceed the maximum allowable number of units including the waitlisted course. Requests for unit overload must be approved by a counselor and filed with Admissions and Records. w Do not exceed the maximum allowable number of repeats for any class. If you are still on the waitlist on the first day of instruction you must attend the first class meeting! The instructor will use the waitlist on the first day of class to admit additional students (if seats are available). Drop yourself off of the waitlist and then add the course, using your "Add Authorization code". ADD A WAITLISTED CLASS WITH AN ADD AUTHORIZATION CODE 1. Go on-line (www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar) and drop 3. Enter the Add Authorization Code and click “ADMIT ME”. the waitlist class. You may register for the class(es) listed if you have an 2. Re-enter the course number and click on “Submit Authorization Code issued from the instructor. Input the Registration Changes”. Code and press the “ADMIT ME” button. CRN Auth # CRN’s 2424 72324 ADMIT ME Submit registration Changes 4. Click on “Exit Registration & View Fees” and pay for the class. Exit Registration & View Fees 15 SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION YOU CAN RECEIVE MORE ON-LINE SERVICES!!! Oxnard College, in accordance with AB 397 added by statutes l997, c. 575, E.C.s 66500 & 69400, is alerting all male applicants for admission who are at least l8 years of age and born after December 31, l959 to be aware of their You’ve got obligation to register with the Selective Service. In order to mail! receive Federal student aid, you must be registered with the Selective Service. For more information, refer to: www.sss.gov. STUDENT I.D. NUMBERS! Do we have your email address? 8 In Summer 2003, the colleges of the If you give the college your email address, you could: Ventura County Community College District began assigning student ID Get reminders of school deadlines FLASH! numbers to replace social security Receive messages from instructors numbers as the student identifier. The Automatically reset your PIN on WebSTAR assigned ID number will appear the Add your name to a closed class WAIT LIST first time you enter your social security number on WebSTAR for online registration. It will also appear All you need to do is follow these easy steps: on printed mailers and notices from the colleges and on faculty attendance, drop and grade rosters. Your social security number 1) Log into oxnardcollege.edu/webstar will still be collected for such purposes as statistical reporting, 2) Select PERSONAL INFORMATION from the menu financial aid, and Hope Scholarship Tax Credit reporting, and it 3) Select UPDATE EMAIL ADDRESS will appear on your official transcript. 4) Enter your address type (home, work, etc.) & email address 5) Double check the email address – make sure it’s correct! Although you will still be able to access your records using your social security number, the use of a student ID number will Contact the Admissions Office if you have questions provide you with additional security and confidentiality. (email@example.com) LOOK WHAT’S AVAILABLE ON WebSTAR!!! – oxnardcollege.edu/webstar Progress Check for CSU, IGETC Transfer, and Associate Student Enrollment Verification Degree There is a new service offered by the National Student Are you ready to transfer to a university? If so, you can track your Clearinghouse in cooperation with Moorpark, Oxnard and Ventura Colleges. Follow the simple steps below to obtain an enrollment own progress online with this new service: certificate to print and mail to a health/auto insurer, housing authority, or other company that requests proof of your enrollment. 1. Log on to webSTAR oxnardcollege.edu/webstar 2. Click on Student Services 1. Log on to webSTAR for college of attendance 3. Click on Student Records (moorparkcollege.edu/webstar) (oxnardcollege.edu/webstar) or 4. Click on Progress Check (venturacollege.edu/webstar 5. Submit requested information 2. Click on Student Services 3. Click on College Services 6. Generate request 4. Click on National Student Clearinghouse 7. Print 5. Click on Connect To to Clearinghouse (Classes taken prior to Fall l999 not included.) 6. Click on Obtain an enrollment certificate to print and mail to a health insurer or other company that requests proof of my enrollment. Closed Classes 7. Click Current Enrollment 8. Print If you wish to enter a closed class, you must: (See page 14) Services Available on WebSTAR w Locate your Priority Registration date. 1. Add your name to the WAITLIST. (You will automatically be w Add/Drop classes. w View/request transcript, account balance, holds moved into the class if a space becomes available.) w Check your grades 2. Attend the first class meeting if you are still on the waitlist. w Search for open classes 3. Obtain an add authorization code number from the instructor w Update address/phone information w Add closed classes with add authorization code 4. Go to www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar, log into webSTAR, w Pay for classes with Visa, Mastercard, Discover and click on student services, click on add/drop selection, drop American Express w Locate Deadline Dates for short-term courses by CRN yourself off of the waitlist, click Submit Registration Changes, w Enrollment verification type in the CRN, type authorization code, click Admit me, w CSU and IGETC Transfer Progress click Registration Changes, click Exit Registration. w Add your name to a closed class WAITLIST 16 LINEA DIRECTIVA DE REGISTRACIÓN / INFORMACIÓN Estudiantes nuevos Todas la cuotas deberán ser pagadas de inmediato Si nunca ha asistido a Oxnard College: Todo aquel estudiante que no pague a tiempo será sujeto a • Solicite su inscripción por correo, en persona o por una o más de las consecuencias siguientes: sus clases serán Internet. canceladas, tendrá que registrarse nuevamente, suspender el • Regístrese por Internet o en persona. acceso a su archivo, lo cual suspenderá cualquier trámite escolar y ciertos servicios escolares. Estudiantes que continúan Los estudiantes que abandonan sus clases después de las Si ha asistido a Moorpark, Oxnard o Ventura College fechas ya fijadas para obtener reembolso, serán responsables durante los últimos dos semestres: de pagar toda la cuota de registración. Favor de ver el • Busque su cita de inscripción prioritaria en el calendario de registración para las fechas de vencimiento y Internet en www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar después de reembolso. oprima Student Central. • Regístrese por Internet o en persona durante o después de la fecha de su cita. Estudiantes que regresan Si la última vez que asistió a Moorpark, Oxnard o Ventura College fue hace más de dos semestres: • Llame a la oficina de Admisión y Archivos al (805) 986-5810 para poner al día su información. estudiantil y para obtener su cita para inscribirse. • Inscríbase por Internet o en persona. Estudiantes bajo admisión especial Debe solicitar su inscripción por Internet www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply o en persona. La inscripción NÚMERO DE IDENTIFICACIÓN PERSONAL (PIN) por Internet no está disponible: • Grados del 11 al 12 inscribirse a partir del 16 de Diciembre Números de ID y PIN • Grados menos del 10 inscribirse a partir del 5 de Enero ¿Lo tienen confundido? Se requiere presentar la solicitud de Admisión Especial de su preparatoria. Toda la documentación requerida deberá ser presentada antes de la inscripción. Entre a webSTAR usando: • Su ID (Número de Seguro Social o su Número) Estudiantil Asignado disponible en la página DIRECCIÓN ELECTRÓNICA imprimida de sus clases o en la Oficina de Admisión. Después ponga sus 6 números o letras de PIN. ¿Tenemos su dirección electrónica? Su número de PIN: • La primera vez que entre a webSTAR tendrá que usar Tener su dirección electrónica archivada le permite: sus 6 dígitos de su fecha de nacimiento como su número de PIN. • Recibir mensajes de su instructor • Después de su entrada inicial, recibirá un mensaje de que su PIN se ha vencido. Se le pedirá que elija • Recibir avisos del colegio un nuevo PIN usando 6 dígitos o letras (excepto su • Recomponer su PIN en webSTAR fecha de nacimiento). Para darnos su dirección electrónica, siga las Si su numero de PIN se ha vencido: siguientes instrucciones simples: • Por motivos de seguridad su número de PIN automáticamente se vence si no es usado. 1) Entre a: www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar • Si recibe un mensaje de que su PIN ha se ha vencido, 2) Oprima "login to webstar". se le pedirá que elija un nuevo PIN usando 6 dígitos. 3) Seleccione “Personal Information” del menú. Si su número de PIN está inhabilitado: 4) Seleccione “Update e-mail Dirección”. 5) Apunte su tipo de dirección (casa, trabajo, etc.) y • Por motivos de seguridad su número de PIN automáticamente queda inhabilitado después de varios apunte su dirección electrónica. intentos de ingresar sin tener éxito. • Llame a la Oficina de Admisión para darle su 6) Revise su dirección electrónica – Asegúrese que esté dirección electrónica si aún no está archivada. correcta. • Una vez que sus dirección electrónica esté archivada, usted podrá usar la opción en webSTAR para Comuníquese con la Oficina de Admisión recomponer su número de PIN. si tiene preguntas. • Se le enviará por e-mail un PIN temporal para tener acceso a webSTAR, este número deberá ser usado dentro de 24 horas. • Después de entrar a webSTAR, usted tendrá que crear un nuevo número de PIN con 6 dígitos de su preferencia (excepto su fecha de nacimiento). 17 OXNARD COLLEGE LIFETIME FITNESS CENTER Beautiful new facility ~ State-of-the-Art exercise equipment COME JOIN THE FUN! This new state-of-the-art facility offers an open entry-exit program to provide a flexible schedule for students to arrange their own hours and workout at their own pace. Instructors are present to give personal training tips and customized plans to assist students reach their goals. Advice by our instructors focuses on proper mechanics, aerobic and anaerobic exercises, flexibility, core strength, circuit and free weight training and a variety of options to each person for a great workout every visit! Summer 2009 ~ PE R151A (formerly PE R098J) Sign up for: • 0.5 unit (CRN 55253) course if you plan to work out 2.25 hours a week. • 1.0 unit (CRN 55254) course if you plan to work out 4.75 hours a week. • 1.5 unit (CRN 55255) course if you plan to work out 7.25 hours a week. Hours of Operation: Monday thru Thursday 9:00 am - 1:30pm & 5:00 pm - 9:00pm Closed on Fridays For more information call the Health, PE and Athletics Department: 805-986-5825 18 19 OXNARD COLLEGE SUMMER 2009 PACE PROGRAM This summer, begin college and set Your PACE to achieve Your degree! PACE assists students For Information with unique scheduling to join PACE TODAY needs to succeed ! call 986-5886. PACE Summer 2009 Schedule: Course Begin/End Dates Day(s) Time(s) MATH R011 June 1 – July 30 Mon.& Thur. 6-9:50 p.m. MATH R014 June 1 – July 29 Mon.& Wed. 6-9:50 p.m. HED R104 June 1 – July 29 Mon.& Wed. 6-8:50 p.m. Sat. 8-10:50 a.m. ENGL R101 June 2 – July 30 Tues.& Thurs. 6-9:50 p.m. Sat. 8-11:50 a.m. ENGL R102 June 1 – July 29 Mon.& Wed. 6-8:50 p.m. BIOL R101L June 2 – July 30 Tues.& Thur. 6-8:50 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM This Summer, OC is the Place to be For High School students. The Oxnard College High School Partnership Program (HSPP) is offering a unique course schedule for high school students. Talk to your high school counselor before leaving school regarding courses. Course CRN Begin/End Dates Day(s) Time(s) Room MATH R023 55132 June 22-Aug.06 MTWTh 9-10:50 a.m. LA-9 Geometry MATH R023 54523 June 22-Aug.06 MTWTh 11:30 a.m.- LA-9 Geometry 1:20 p.m. MUS R103A Music 53880 June 22–July 29 MTW 8-10:50 a.m. LA-5 Appreciation Earn College and High School Credits Apply online @ www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply Maria de la Luz Flores, Student Outreach Specialist 986-5962 OR email: Maria de la Luz Flores, firstname.lastname@example.org 20 2008-2009 OC Curriculum, Degrees and Certificates* pr pr as as of cer ee of cer ee so co so co ic ic ci ci ie ie at rse at rse nc icat nc icat e e y y de s de s tif tif aw aw u u gr gr ar ar e d e d Addictive Disorders Studies English • Addictive Disorders Studies X X X • English X X • Addictive Disorders Studies in the English as a Second Language X Criminal Justice System X X X Fire Technology African-American Studies X • Fire Technology (Pre-Service) X X X Air Conditioning & Refrigeration • Fire Technology (Administrative • Air Conditioning & Refrigeration X X X Fire Services) X X X American Sign Language X • Fire Technology (In-Service) X X X Anthropology General Studies X • Anthropology X X Geography X Area Studies X Geology X Art Health Education X • Art X X • Health Information Technology X • Art Two-Dimensional Studio X X History • Art Three-Dimensional Studio X X • History X X Asian-American Studies X Culinary Arts & Restaurant Management Assistive Computer Technology X • Culinary Arts X X X Astronomy X • Restaurant Management X X X Automotive I GETC X X • Automotive Body and Fender Repair X X X Interdisciplinary Studies X • Automotive Technology X X X Japanese X Biological Sciences Learning Skills X • Anatomy X Legal Assisting • Biology X X • Legal Assisting X X X • Microbiology X Marine Studies • Physiology X • Marine Studies X X Business Mathematics • Accounting X X X • Mathematics X X • Business X X Multimedia Studies • Business Management X X X • Art/Graphics Option X X X • Marketing X X X • Broadcast/Television Option X X X Chemistry X • Business Option X X X Chicano Studies X • Music Option X X X Child Development • Programming Option X X X • Child Development X X X • Web Design Option X X X • Family Day Care Provider Option X X X Music X Communications - Radio, Motion Personal Growth/ Leadership X Picture and Television Philosophy • Television Production Option X X • Philosophy X X Computer Information Systems Physical Education X • Administrative Assistant X X X Physical Science X • Computer Information Systems X X X Physics X • Office Microcomputers X X X Political Science • OfficeOperationsPreparation X • Political Science X X Cooperative Work Experience X Psychology CSU GE-Breadth X X • Psychology X X Dental Assistant X X Sociology Dental Hygiene • Sociology X X • Dental Hygiene X X • Human Services Option X Disability Studies X Spanish Economics • Spanish X X • Economics X X Special Education X Education X Speech X Employment Preparation X Television (see Communications) Engineering X Engineering Technology • Computer Networking X X X • Engineering Technology Option X X X ASSOCIATE DEGREES CERTIFICATES OF ACHIEVEMENT PROFICIENCY AWARDS Awarded to students who have successfully completed a minimum of 60 Awarded to students who have Departmental Awards for semester units in general education courses with at least 18 units in one successfully completed an approved students completing a curriculum area. New requirements for the General Studies degree are program. prescribed program. effective Summer 2009 for students enrolling for the first time at Oxnard College. 21 Associate Degrees - Specific Majors and General Studies Pattern I Specific majors (A.A. or A.S.) require: • Completion of Oxnard College general education requirements areas A-E (pg. 25) (pg. 23) • Completion of a major (a minimum of 18 units) Available majors: Accounting Child Development Legal Assisting Addictive Disorders Studies Computer Information Systems Marketing Addictive Disorders in the Criminal Justice Computer Networking Mathematics System Culinary Arts Multimedia Administrative Assistant Dental Hygiene Office Microcomputers Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Economics Philosophy Anthropology Engineering Technology Political Science Art English Psychology Art: Two-Dimensional Studio Family Day Care Provider Restaurant Management Art: Three-Dimensional Studio Fire Technology (Pre-Service) Sociology Automotive Body and Fender Repair Fire Technology (Administrative Fire Sociology - Human Services. Automotive Technology Services) Spanish Biology Fire Technology (In-Service) Television Production Business Health Information Technology Business Management History • Completion of 60 degree-applicable semester units • A cumulative grade point average of not less than 2.0 (C) for all degree-applicable college and university work completed • Completion of residency and competency requirements (see catalog ) General Studies (A.A.) Pattern I This pattern provides an opportunity to earn an Associate in Arts in General Studies. This degree covers a broad area of study and is intended for students who may not be planning to transfer to a four-year university or who may need to explore possibilities before committing themselves to a major. Students are required to: 1. Complete Oxnard College general education requirements to include areas A-F (pg. 24) (pg. 23) 2. Choose an area of emphasis from one of three categories listed below. • Complete a minimum of 18 units in the chosen area with a grade of “C” or better (or a “P”) in each of the courses selected within the chosen area. • Complete a minimum of 6 of the 18 units within a single discipline. 3. Complete a minimum of 60 degree-applicable units with a cumulative grade point average of not less than 2.0 for all college level work attempted. 4. Complete the college’s other graduation requirements in competency, scholarship, and residency. NOTE: Students planning to transfer to a four-year university are advised that this curriculum may not adequately prepare them for transfer. Patterns II and III are designed for transfer students. Natural Sciences ANAT R100/L, R101; ANTH R101; AST R101/L; BIOL R100/L, R101/L, R120/L, R122/L, R170; CHEM R100/L, R110, R112, R120, R122, R130, R132; GEOG R101/L, R103; GEOL R101/L, R103/L; MICR R100/L; MST R100/L, R103/L, R122, R160, R175, R190, R195; PHSC R170; PHSO R100/L; PHYS R101/L, R102/L, R121, R122, R131, R132, R133; PSY R105 Social & Behavioral Sciences AAS R101; ANTH R102, R103, R105, R106, R107, R110, R111, R113; BUS R186; CD R102, R103, R106, R108, R130; CHST R101, R107, R108, R114; ECON R100, R101, R102; EDU R122; GEOG R102, R104; HIST R100A, R100B, R102, R103, R104, R107, R108, R109, R110, R111, R112, R113, R114, R115, R116, R117, R118, R119, R120, R121; IDS R102, R150, R151; PHIL R109, R110, R114; POLS R100, R101, R102, R104, R105, R106, R107, R108, R189A; PSY R101, R102A, R104, R107, R108, R110, R111, R112, R114, R131; SOC R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R107, R108, R110, R111, R114, R116, R118, R122; TV R100 Arts and Humanities ART R101, R102, R103, R104A, R104B, R106A, R106B, R118, R150A, R152A, R152B, R152C, R189A; ASL R101, R102, R103, R104, R105; ENGL R103, R104, R105, R107, R108, R111, R112, R130, R131, R132, R151, R152, R153, R154, R157; HIST R100A, R100B, R105, R106, R109, R111, R117, R118, R119; IDS R101A, R101B, R110; JAPN R101, R101A, R101B, R102; MUS R101, R102A, R102B, R102C, R102D, R103A, R103B, R104, R105, R106, R107A, R107B, R107C, R107D, R110A, R115, R116, R119, R124, R189A; PHIL R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R108, R110; SPAN R101, R101A, R101B, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R107, R117, R118; SPCH R101, R108, R109; TV R100, R102, R103, R104, R105 22 General Studies Patterns II and III General Studies (A.A.) Pattern II General Studies (A.A.) Pattern III This pattern is intended for students who are planning to This pattern is intended for students who are planning to transfer to a four-year university in high-unit majors or where transfer to a California public four-year university and plan to completion of CSU-GE or IGETC is not appropriate or use the CSU GE or IGETC to fulfill their lower division general advisable. education. Students are required to complete the following requirements: 1. Complete CSU GE-Breadth or IGETC 1. Select and complete courses from the general Note: Students who complete CSU GE-Breadth or IGETC education pattern of a transfer institution to include, may apply for GE certification and a Certificate of at a minimum, the following Title 5 requirements: Achievement. • Natural Sciences (3 units) • Social and Behavioral Sciences (3 units) • Arts and Humanities (3 units) • Language and Rationality - English Composition (3 units) • Communication and Analytical Thinking (3 units) 2. Complete local graduation requirements (Oxnard College GE areas E & F) to include: • Health Education • Physical Education • Ethnic/Women’s Studies 3. Choose an area of emphasis from one of three categories listed below. • Complete a minimum of 18 units in the chosen area with a grade of C or better (or a “P”) in each of the courses selected within the chosen area of emphasis. • Complete a minimum of 6 of the 18 units within a single discipline. • Select courses that fulfill major preparation requirements as identified through ASSIST articulation for the chosen transfer institution. NOTE: Transfer requirements vary depending on major and transfer institution selected. Consult a counselor and www.assist.org for detailed information regarding transfer requirements for intended major and transfer institution. Areas of Emphasis Natural Sciences or Mathematics Emphasis ANAT R100/L, R101; ANTH R101; AST R101/L; BIOL R120, R122; CHEM R110, R112, R120, R122, R130, R132; GEOG R101/L, R103; GEOL R101/L, R103/L; MATH R105, R106, R115, R116, R120, R121, R122, R125; MICR R100/L; PHSO R100/L; PHYS R101/L, R102/L, R121, R122; R131, R132, R133 Social and Behavioral Sciences Emphasis ANTH R102, R103; ECON R101, R102; GEOG R101/L, R102, R103; HIST R100A, R100B, R102, R103; POLS R100, R101, R102, R104, R105, R108; PSY R101, R103, R105; SOC R101, R102, R103, R111 Arts and Humanities Emphasis ART R102, R103, R104A, R104B, R106A, R106B, R108A, R126A; ENGL R103, R104, R105, R107, R108, R111; JAPN R101, R102; MUS R102A-D, R104, R105, R107A-D, R152A-D; PHIL R102, R105, R106, R107, R111; SPAN R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106 NOTE: A Liberal Studies emphasis is under development. In the meantime, students planning to transfer to a university into a Liberal Studies major for Elementary teaching will find that their required lower division major coursework (available on www.assist.org <http://www.assist.org> ) will fit within the Social and Behavioral Sciences emphasis, as well as fulfilling CSU GE requirements. IGETC is not recommended for Liberal Studies majors. Students choosing the Liberal Studies Emphasis should follow CSU GE/Breadth pattern only, not IGETC, to satisfy the General Education requirements of this degree 4. Complete a minimum of 60 transferable units with a cumulative grade point average of not less than 2.0 in all degree-applicable college and university work attempted. 5. Complete the college’s other graduation requirements in competency and residency. 23 OXNARD COLLEGE GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 2008-2009 All A.A. or A.S. degrees in specific majors require completion of the Oxnard College General Education requirements A-E listed below. The A.A. degree in General Studies Pattern I also requires completion of the Oxnard College General Education requirements but has the additional requirement of area F. While the A.A. in General Studies degree Patterns II and III have their own general education requirements, they also require area F from this course list to meet district requirements. A. NATURAL SCIENCES (a minimum of 6 semester units with ONE course from section 1 Biological Science & ONE course from section 2 Physical Science) 1. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE: ANAT R100, R100L R101; ANTH R101; BIOL R100, R100L, R101, R101L, R120, R120L, R122, R122L, R170; MICR R100, R100L; MST R100, R100L, R122, R175, R190, R195; PHSO R100, R100L; PSY R105 2. PHYSICAL SCIENCE: AST R101, R101L; CHEM R100, R100L, R104, R110, R112, R120, R122, R130, R132; GEOG R101, R101L, R103; GEOL R101, R101L, R103, R103L; MST R103, R103L, R160; PHSC R170; PHYS R101, R101L R102, R102L, R121, R122, R131, R132, R133 B. SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (a minimum of 6 semester units with ONE course from section 1 American History/Institutions and ONE course from section 2 Social/Behavioral Sciences) 1. AMERICAN HISTORY/INSTITUTIONS: AAS R101; CHST R107; HIST R102, R103, R107, R108, R117, R121; POLS R100, R101, R102, R107 2. SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: AAS R101; AFAM R101; ANTH R102, R103, R105, R106, R107, R110, R111, R113; BUS R110, R186; CD R102, R103, R106, R108, R130; CHST R101, R108, R114; ECON R100, R101, R102; EDU R122; GEOG R102, R104; HIST R100A, R100B, R104, R109, R110, R111, R112, R113, R114, R115, R116, R117, R118, R119, R120, R121; IDS R102, R150, R151; PHIL R109, R110, R114; POLS R100, R101, R102, R104, R105, R106, R107, R108, R189A; PSY R101, R102A, R104, R107, R108, R110, R111, R112, R114, R131, R135; SOC R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R107, R108, R110, R111, R114, R116, R118, R122; TV R100 C. HUMANITIES (a minimum of 6 units with ONE course from section 1 Fine Arts and ONE course from section 2 Other Humanities) 1. FINE ARTS: ART R101, R102, R103, R104A, R104B, R106A, R106B, R118, R150A, R152A, R152B, R152C, R189A; ENGL R112; MUS R101, R102A, R102B, R102C, R102D, R103A, R103B, R104, R105, R106, R107A, R107B, R107C, R107D, R110A, R115, R116, R119, R124, R189A; SPCH R109; TV R102, R103, R104 2. OTHER HUMANITIES: ASL R101, R102, R103, R104, R105; ENGL R103, R104, R105, R107, R108, R111, R112, R130, R131, R132, R151, R152, R153, R154, R157; HIST R100A, R100B, R105, R106, R109, R111, R117, R118, R119; IDS R101A, R101B, R110; JAPN R101, R101A, R101B, R102; PHIL R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R108, R110; SPAN R101, R101A, R101B, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R107, R117, R118; SPCH R101, R105, R108; TV R100, R105 D. LANGUAGE & RATIONALITY (a minimum of 6 semester units with ONE course from section 1 English Composition and ONE course from section 2 Communication/Analytic Thinking) 1. ENGLISH COMPOSITION: BUS R104, R140; ENGL R096, R101, R102, R140 2. COMMUNICATION/ANALYTIC THINKING: ANTH R115; BUS R062, R140; ENGL R102, R130; IDS R110; MATH R014, R023 R101, R102, R105, R106, R115, R116, R120, R121, R122, R125, R134, R139, R143; PG R101A, R102; PHIL R100, R107, R111, R112; PSY R103, R104; SPCH R101, R105, R107, R108, R110, R111, R113; TV R105 E. PHYSICAL EDUCATION & HEALTH: (a minimum of ONE course from section 1 Health Education and ONE course from section 2 Physical Education) 1. HEALTH EDUCATION: HED R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106 2. PHYSICAL EDUCATION: All Physical Education activity courses; MST R120L F. WOMEN’S STUDIES/ETHNIC STUDIES (choose one course) General Studies Majors ONLY; NOT required for other degrees. AAS R101; AFAM R101; ANTH R102, R105, R107; CD R107; CHST R101, R107, R108, R114; ENGL R112, R121; HED R103; HIST R107, R108, R109, R112, R117, R120, R121; IDS R189C; MUS R189A; PSY R107, R110, R114; SOC R103, R104, R107, R108; SPAN R107, R117; TV R117 09/08 24 CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY (CSU) 2008-2009 California State University (CSU) General Education Requirements It is recommended that students planning to transfer to a California State University (CSU) complete their lower division general education prior to transfer by following the plan of courses listed below. Counselors can help students select courses that fulfill lower division major requirements, as well as, general education. After completing the CSU GE Certification Plan below, students must meet with a community college counselor to apply for CSU GE Certification in order for the CSU to consider the lower division general education complete. Without this “certification”, students may have additional lower division general education requirements to fulfill that vary from campus to campus in the CSU. Completion and certification of the CSU GE-breadth** pattern will satisfy the lower division general education requirements of most CSU campuses, but CSU GE is not appropriate for every major/college within the CSU. Check with your counselor for updated information and on www.assist.org. A grade of “C” or better is required to fulfill areas A1, A2, A3, and B4. Area A: Communication in the English Language D1: Anthropology & Archaeology: AFAM R101; ANTH R102, Complete one course from each group (A1, A2, A3). A total of 9 R103, R105, R106, R107, R110, R113, R189C semester units (12 qtr. units) are required. All courses in Area A D2: Economics: ECON R100, R101, R102 must be completed with a grade of “C” or better. D3: Ethnic Studies: AAS R101; AFAM R101; ANTH R107; A1: Oral Communication: SPCH R101, R107, R110, R111 CD R107; CHST R101, R107, R108, R114; HIST R107, R108, A2: Written Communication: ENGL R101 R109, R121; MUS R189A; PSY R114; SOC R103, R107, R108; A3: Critical Thinking: ENGL R102; IDS R110; PHIL R100, SPAN R107 R107, R111, R112; SPCH R107 D4: Gender Studies: ANTH R105; HED R103; HIST R112, R117; PSY R107, R110; SOC R104, Area B: Physical Universe & Its Life Forms: Complete a D5: Geography: GEOG R102, R104 minimum of 9 semester units (12 qtr. units) with at least one D6: History: AAS R101; CHST *R107; HIST R100A, R100B, course from each group (1, 2, 3, 4) to include one laboratory *R102, *R103, R104, R105, R106, *R107, *R108, R109, R110, activity course corresponding to selected lecture course. Math R111, R112, R113, R114, R115, R116, *R117, R118, R119, R120, requires a grade of “C” or better. R121 B1: Physical Science: AST R101; CHEM R100, R104, R110, D7: Interdisciplinary, Social, or Behavioral Science: R112, R120, R122, R130, R132; GEOG R101, R103; BUS R186; CD R102; CHST R108; IDS R101A, R101B, R102, GEOL R101, R103; MST R103; PHSC R170; PHYS R101, R102, R110; JOUR R100, R186; SOC R105, R108; SPCH R113; R121, R122, R131 TV R100 B2: Life Science: ANAT R100, R101; ANTH R101; BIOL R100, D8: Political Science, Government, Legal Institutions: R101, R120; MICR R100; MST R100; PHSO R100; PSY R105 POLS *R100, *R101, *R102, R104, R105, R106, *R107, R108, B3: Lab Experience: ANAT R100L, R101; AST R101L; R189A BIOL R100L, R101L, R120L; CHEM R100L, R104, R110, R112, D9: Psychology: CHST R114; PSY R101, R104, R107, R108, R120, R122, R130, R132; GEOG R101L; GEOL R101L, R103L; R110, R114, R131; SOC R104 MICR R100L; MST R100L, R103L, PHSC R170; PHSO R100L; PHYS R101L, R102L, R121, R122, R131 Area E: Life Long Understanding & Self-Development: B4: Math: MATH R101, R105, R106, R115, R116, R120, R121, complete 3 semester units (4 qtr. units) with no more than 1 unit R122, R125, R134, R143; PSY R103 of P.E. CD R102, R130; HED R101, R102, R103, R104, R105; Area C: Arts and Humanities: Choose 9 units (12 qtr. units) with MST R120, R120L; MUS R107A, R108, R110A, R112, R114, at least one course from area C1, one course from C2, and the R117; PE R115, R116A, R116B, R119A, R119B, R124, R130, third course from either C1 or C2. R131A, R132A, R133A, R134A, R141A, R141B, R143, R146A, C1: Arts (Art, Dance, Music, Theater): ART R101, R102, R146B, R148, R149, R150, R154, R155A, R155B, R156A, R103, R118, R157B; MUS R101, R102A, R102B, R102C, R156B, R159A, R159B, R160, R161A, R161B, R165, R166, R102D, R103A, R103B, R104, R105, R106, R110A, R116, R119, R167, R168, R169, R170, R171, R172, R174, R175, R177; R120, R121, R124, R125, R189A; SPAN R118; TV R117 PG R101A, R102; PSY R101, R102A, R107, R108, R112; C2: Humanities (Literature, Philosophy, Foreign Language): PSY R107; SOC R104, R105, R106 ART R108A; ASL R101, R102, R103, R104; ENGL R102, R103, R104, R105, R107, R108, R111, R112, R131, R132, R151, R152, U.S. History, Constitution and American Ideals: ONE course from R153, R154; HIST R100A, R100B, R108, R119, R120 Group A and ONE course from Group B JAPN R101, R101A, R101B, R102; PHIL R101, R102, R103, * Courses may be double counted in Area D. R104, R105, R106, R108, R109, R110, R114; PSY R107; Group A: U.S. History: CHST R107; HIST R102, R103, R107, SOC R104, R114; SPAN R101, R101A, R101B, R102, R103, R108, R117 R104, R105, R106, R107, R117; SPCH R105 Group B: U.S. Government: POLS R100, R101, R102, (POLS R107 will also fulfill this requirement but only when Area D: Social and Behavioral Sciences: Choose 9 semester combined with HIST R102) units (12 qtr. units) from three different groups and at least two disciplines **Students completing CSU GE-Breadth Certification may also D0: Sociology & Criminology: CHST R108; HIST R112; apply for a Certificate of Achievement. PSY R107; SOC R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R107, R108, R111, R116, R118 09/08 ‰ 25 IGETC CERTIFICATION PLAN 2008-2009 University of California and California State University Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum Completion of the IGETC with certification will permit a student to transfer to a UC or CSU campus without the need, after transfer, to take additional lower-division general education courses to satisfy campus specific general education requirements. All courses in IGETC must be completed with a “CR” (credit) or grade of “C” or better. Once a student has completed the IGETC, they must make an appointment with an Oxnard College counselor to request certification, it is not automatic. Pre-major courses may also be completed prior to transfer and may count towards IGETC. Counselors can help students choose appropriate courses for their major and transfer goals. Students who fully complete the IGETC for Oxnard College will be eligible to apply for a Certificate of Achievement in Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC). Check with your counselor or on www.assist.org for updated information to the IGETC certification plan. *IGETC is not appropriate preparation for some colleges/majors within the CSU/UC systems. See catalog for IGETC considerations and check the ASSIST website.. Area 1: ENGLISH COMMUNICATION: CSU: complete one course from each group A, B, & C.. UC: complete one course from group A and one course from group B. Each course must be 3 semester units (4-5 qtr. units). Group A: English Composition: ENGL R101 Group B: Critical Thinking - English Composition (Must have English Composition as a prerequisite) ENGL R102; PHIL R111 Group C: Oral Communication (CSU requirement ONLY) : SPCH R101, R107, R110, R111 Area 2: MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING: complete one course of at least 3 semester units (4-5 qtr. units) in Area 2 Math : MATH R101, R105, R106, R115, R120, R121, R122, R125, R134, R143; PSY R103 Area 3: ARTS AND HUMANITIES: complete at least 3 courses of at least 3 semester units each (4-5 qtr. units), with at least one course from Group A Arts and one course from Group B Humanities and the third course from either group for at total of 9 semester units (12-15 qtr. units) in Area 3 Group A: Arts: ART R101, R102, R103, R118; MUS R101, R102A, R102B, R102C, R102D, R103A, R103B, R104, R105, R116, R119, R189A; SPAN R118 Group B: Humanities: ANTH R105, R107, R110 R113, R189C; ASL R103, 104; ENGL R104, R105, R107, R108, R111, R112, R131, R132, R151, R152, R153, R154; HIST R100A, R100B, R105, R106, R108, R109, R110, R111, R112, R113, R114, R115, R116, R118, R119; IDS R101A, R101B, R102; JOUR R100; PHIL R101, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R108, R109, R110, R114; PSY R107; SOC R104, R114; SPAN R103, R104, R107, R117; SPCH R105 Area 4: SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES: complete at least 3 courses, of at least 3 semester units each (4-5 qtr. units) from at least 2 disciplines for a total of 9 semester (12-15 qtr. units) in Area 4 Group A: Anthropology and Archeology: AFAM R101; ANTH R102, R103, R105, R106, R107, R110, R113, R115, R189C Group B: Economics: ECON R100, R101, R102 Group C: Ethnic Studies: AAS R101; AFAM R101; CHST R101, R107, R108, R114; HIST R107; PSY R114; SOC R108; SPAN R107 Group E: Geography: GEOG R102, R104 Group F: History: CHST R107; HIST R100A, R100B, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106, R107, R108, R109, R110, R111, R112, R113, R114, R115, R116, R117, R118, R119, R120, R121 Group G: Interdisciplinary, Social & Behavioral Sciences: CD R102; IDS R101A, R101B, R102, R110; SPCH R113 Group H: Political Science, Government & Legal Institutions: POLS R100, R101, R102, R104, R105, R106, R108 Group I: Psychology: CHST R114; PSY R101, R104, R107, R108, R110, R114, R131; SOC R104 Group J: Sociology & Criminology: BUS R186; CD R102, R106; CHST R108; HIST R112; JOUR R100, R186; PHIL R114; PSY R107; SOC R101, R102, R103, R104, R106, R107, R108, R111, R114, R116 Area 5: PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: complete one course from each group; one of which must include a laboratory corresponding to selected lecture course; 7 - 9 semester ( 9-12 quarter units) in Area 5. Each course must be at least 3 semester units (4-5 qtr. units), except separate lab courses. Group A: Physical Science: AST R101, R101L; CHEM R100, R100L, R110, R112, R120, R122, R130, R132; GEOG R101, R101L, R103; GEOL R101, R101L, R103, R103L; MST R103, R103L; PHSC R170; PHYS R101, R101L, R102, R102L, R121, R122, R131, R132, R133 Group B: Biological Science: ANAT R101; ANTH R101; BIOL R100, R100L, R101, R101L, R120, R120L, R122, R122L; MICR R100, R100L; MST R100, R100L, PHSO R100, R100L; PSY R105 Area 6: LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH (UC REQUIREMENT ONLY): Languages other than English. Proficiency equivalent to two years of high school in the same language with a "C" or better, or one of the following courses with a "C" or better: ASL R101, R102, R103, R104, R105; JAPN R101, R102; SPAN R101, R101B, R102, R103, R104, R105, R106 CSU GRADUATION REQUIREMENT IN U.S. HISTORY, CONSTITUTION AND AMERICAN IDEALS: 6 units Not part of IGETC; may be completed prior to transfer. One course from Group 1 and one course from Group 2. Group 1: CHST R107; HIST R102, R103, R107, R108, R117 Group 2: POLS R100, R101, R102 (POLS R107 will also fulfill this requirement but only when combined with HIST R102) 09/08 26 SUMMER 2009 DISTANCE EDUCATION - TELECOURSES If you are a self-starter and work well on your own, telecourses can give you access to transferable general education classes that can fit your schedule. Telecourses meet on a different schedule than standard classes: some meet just a few times during the semester; some more often, but for a shorter class time. Students get the rest of the course information by viewing vides outside of class. Depending on the course, you will watch between 22 and 30 half-hour episodes during a semester. For a full-semester class, that's a little less than an hour a week. If you live in Oxnard or Port Hueneme, you can watch your course on Oxnard College Television, OCTV; on channel 15, Time Warner Cable. Tapes may be also viewed in the Learning Center on the second floor of the Library until 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, or can be purchased through the OC Bookstore or online at intelecom.org. To find out more about telecourses, contact the instructor, or OCTV at 986-5817. Telecourse schedules and other information can be found at the OCTV website, http://www.oxnardcollege.edu/collegenews/OCTV/octvschedule.asp BUS R111A Business Law I 3.00 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 52579 Sment M TV 54087 Dorrance C L TV HIST R102 History of the US I 3.00 54979 Dorrance C L TV WEB COURSES ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology 3.00 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition 5.00 54730 Kamaila L L WEB 51046 Caruth E WEB ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology 3.00 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition 5.00 54997 Kamaila L L WEB 54706 Caruth E WEB ANTH R102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3.00 ENGT R144 Network+ Certification Prep 4.00 54978 Kamaila L L WEB 54755 Lynch A E WEB ANTH R102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3.00 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics 3.00 54998 Kamaila L L WEB 50995 Guevara G Y WEB CIS R144 Web Pages with Flash 3.00 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics 3.00 55012 Spencer K E WEB 54086 Guevara G Y WEB ECON R101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 SOC R101 Intro to Sociology 3.00 55251 Edwards I M WEB 54082 Butler M WEB ECON R102 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 54129 Edwards I M WEB SUMMER 2009 OFF-CAMPUS CLASSES MCA Marine Center & Aquarium ~ 3848 Channel Islands Oxnard HS ~ 3400 W. Gonzales Rd., Oxnard Blvd. Oxnard in the Fisherman’s Wharf area MUS R119 History of Jazz 3.00 BIOL R100 Marine Biology 3.00 54826 Legohn F 09:00am-10:50am MTWR OHS 53846 Newby S G 06:00pm-09:20pm MTWR MCA GEOL R103 Introduction to Oceanography 3.00 53853 O'Neil T J 08:00am-12:15pm MW MCA MST R100 Marine Biology 3.00 53847 Newby S G 06:00pm-09:20pm MTWR MCA MST R103 Introduction to Oceanography 3.00 53852 O'Neil T J 08:00am-12:15pm MW MCA MST R190 Experiential Education 1.00 54985 O'Neil T J Hrs by Arr MCA Map to Marine Center & Aquarium Oxnard College offers a variety of classes at convenient off-campus locations. MAPS TO OFF-CAMPUS LOCATIONS For current course information go to See page 28 for the addresses of our other off-campus locations www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule 27 PROGRAM PLANNER MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 7 AM 8 AM 9 AM 10 AM 11 AM 12 NOON 1 PM 2 PM 3 PM 4 PM 5 PM 6 PM 7 PM 8 PM 9 PM 10 PM # ADD FORM - List Courses to Add I.D. Name: Code Course ID Units Instructor Signature Date of 1st attendance Today’s Date All Adds must be turned in by the Add Deadline DROP FORM - List Courses to Drop or go to www.vcccd.edu/webstar Code Course ID Units Reason for dropping the class(es) Student Signature: ____________________________ Semester:___________ Year:______ Date Rec’d_________ Initials___ 28 HOW TO READ THIS SCHEDULE The “R” in the course number designates the course as an Oxnard College course. Courses at Moorpark College use an “M” in the course number and courses at Ventura College use a “V Subject Heading BIOLOGY Course Number BIOL R100 Marine Biology 3.00 Units Course Title Course Information Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as MST R100. Units CRN Number 53846 NEWBY SG 08:00am-11:20am MTWTh MCA* 3.00 Location Instructor Time and Days Additional CRN Information NOTE: CRN 53846 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Distance learning classes (TV, WEB) are shown in outline type under location. Evening classes (classes after 4:00 pm) are shown in Shaded Type. An asterisk (*) after the location abbreviation indicates an off-campus classroom location. U Sundays class The following abbreviations indicate where a particular class is being offered. ON-CAMPUS CLASSROOM LOCATIONS (SEE MAP ON PAGE 92.) Oxnard College – Rose Avenue & Bard Road (Oxnard College is a smoke-free campus.) AT............. Auto Technology JCC......... Job & Career Center SBF......... Softball Field BBD......... Baseball Diamond LA............ Liberal Arts Classrooms SF........... Soccer Field LC............ Learning Center SH........... South Hall CD........... Child Development LRC......... Learning Resources Center SS........... Student Services Building CSSC...... Community/Student Services Center LS............ Letters & Science Complex TNCT....... Tennis Courts DH........... Dental Hygiene NH........... North Hall TR........... Training Room EAC......... Educational Assistance Center OE........... Occupational Education Complex TRAC...... Track PE........... Physical Education Complex HTC......... High Tech Center OFF-CAMPUS CLASSROOM LOCATIONS CA........... Camarillo Airport (Fire Technology) FHS......... Frontier High School NHS........ Nordhoff High School 101 Durley Rd. 545 Airport Way 1401 Maricopa Hwy. Camarillo Camarillo Ojai Smoke-free campus CHCD...... Camarillo Health Care District HS........... Head Start Office 1878 S. Lewis Rd. 2500 Vineyard Ave. OHS........ Oxnard High School Camarillo Oxnard 3400 W. Gonzales Rd. Oxnard CHS........ Camarillo High School HHS........ Hueneme High School 4660 Mission Oaks Blvd. . 500 Bard Rd. PHS......... Pacifica High School Camarillo Pt. Hueneme 600 E. Gonzales Rd. Oxnard CIHS....... Channel Islands High School LAMS...... Los Altos Middlle School 1400 Raiders Way 700 Temple Ave PH......... Port Hueneme Oxnard Camarillo Naval Base Port Hueneme CDR........ Child Development Resources LV............ Leisure Village of Ventura County Main Gate at Santa Rosa Rd. RMHS...... Rio Mesa High School 221 Ventura Blvd. & Leisure Village Dr. 545 Central Ave. Oxnard Camarillo Oxnard CSCC...... Colonia Senior Citizen Center MCA........ Marine Center & Aquarium 126 B Amelia Ct. 3848 Channel Islands Blvd. Oxnard Oxnard LLR or The Ventura County Community COM........ Moorpark College College District and Oxnard College . 7075 Campus Road have made every reasonable effort to Moorpark determine that everything stated in this schedule of classes is accurate. 29 SUMMER 2009 CLASSES ADDICTIVE DISORDER STUDIES ANATOMY ADS R108 Al/Drugs & Human Development 3.00 Units ANAT R101 General Human Anatomy 4.00 Units Analysis of developmental behaviors associated with each stage in This course is organized into two parts: lecture and laboratory. The human development and ways the social environment impedes or lecture portion is an introduction to gross anatomy as well as helps this development. Special emphasis given to how drugs and organization and histology of human organ systems. The laboratory alcohol affect this development. portion reinforces the lecture material and consists of hands-on Transfer credit: CSU. experiments and demonstrations used to illustrate the principles and concepts of anatomy. 54657 PORTER RM 06:00pm-09:50pm MW LA-19 3.00 PREQ: BIOL R101 or BIOL R120. Field trips may be required. NOTE: CRN 54657 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS Transfer credit: CSU;UC. FROM 05/27/2009 TO 07/06/2009 54984 ABRAM MW 05:00pm-09:50pm MTWTh LS-3 4.00 NOTE: CRN 54984 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology 3.00 Units The human species, its origin and present biological variations, based on current evolutionary theory, fossil evidence, primate Class Listings behavior, population genetics, and comparative vertebrate evolution; origin of culture and its interaction with our unique human form, intelligence, emotions, and sexuality. ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 3.00 Units Field trips may be required. CAN: ANTH 2. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Students with little or no prior knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL) will be introduced to the natural language of 54730 KAMAILA LL 10.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 deaf people. Provides basic vocabulary and preparation for NOTE: CRN 54730 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS visual/gestural communication including information relating to FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 and is an on-line only course. deaf culture. You will be able to enter the course at www.vcccd.blackboard.com Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. by using your Webstar sign-in number after the start date for your May be taken for a maximum of two times. class, as indicated in the schedule. Send questions to: LKamaila@vcccd.edu 54877 LOVEJOY JA 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh LS-13 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54877 IS A 5 WEEK CLASS 54997 KAMAILA LL 8.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/23/2009 NOTE: CRN 54997 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/07/2009 and is an on-line only course. 54058 KASKUS D 06:00pm-09:50pm MW LA-14 3.00 You will be able to enter the course at www.vcccd.blackboard.com NOTE: CRN 54058 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS by using your Webstar sign-in number after the start date for your FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 class, as indicated in the schedule. Send questions to: LKamaila@vcccd.edu ASL R102 American Sign Language 2 3.00 Units 51982 GREER JB 05:30pm-09:45pm TTh LS-8 3.00 Building on the skills acquired in the ASL R101 course, NOTE: CRN 51982 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS instruction will focus on ASL sentence types, time, numbers, FROM 07/02/2009 TO 08/06/2009 pronominalization, classifiers, spatial referencing, pluralization, temporal and distributional aspects of the language. ANTH R102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3.00 Units PREQ: ASL R101. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Study of human society with emphasis on nature and significance May be taken for a maximum of two times. of culture in human life; comparisons, drawn largely from non-Western, non-industrial societies, illustrate diverse solutions to 55005 KASKUS D 08:00am-10:50am MTW LA-14 3.00 universal human problems; evolution and future of human cultures. NOTE: CRN 55005 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Field trips will be required. CAN: ANTH 4. FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54978 KAMAILA LL 10.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54978 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 and is an on-line only course. You will be able to enter the course at www.vcccd.blackboard.com by using your Webstar sign-in number after the start date for your class, as indicated in the schedule. Send questions to: LKamaila@vcccd.edu 54998 KAMAILA LL 8.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54998 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/06/2009 and is an on-line only course. You will be able to enter the course at www.vcccd.blackboard.com by using your Webstar sign-in number after the start date for your class, as indicated in the schedule. Send questions to: LKamaila@vcccd.edu * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 30 ART AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY ART R101 Art Appreciation 3.00 Units AT R010 Fundamentals of Auto Tech 3.00 Units One-semester survey to acquaint students with major periods and This course is a comprehensive overview of the automobile, basic styles of art of the western world and to develop understanding of operation principles and repair procedures. Systems included are the visual arts. Recommended for the general student. ignition, charging, cranking, cooling, fuel, lubrication, brakes, Transfer credit: CSU;UC. engine operation and front suspension. Field trips may be required. 50974 CAVISH JA 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LS-8 3.00 NOTE: CRN 50974 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS 54672 CAWELTI AE 08:00am-10:50am MTW AT-1 3.00 FROM 05/27/2009 TO 06/29/2009 NOTE: CRN 54672 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/15/2009 TO 07/22/2009 52073 MCFADYEN CP 08:00am-10:50am MTW LS-8 3.00 Assistance available in Spanish. NOTE: CRN 52073 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/29/2009 TO 08/05/2009 BIOLOGY ART R104A Beginning Color & Design 2.00 Units Basic course provides thorough background in design principles- SCIENCE BY THE SEA problems in line, shape, texture, form, and color; working with practical color theory, making a color wheel, twelve color system, At the Oxnard College Marine Center and Aquarium, you can mixing process with three primary colors, value grading, making satisfy your Physical Science general education degree and understanding tints, tones, shades and harmonies developed for certain design needs. requirement with Introduction to Oceanography (GEOL R103 CAN: ART 14. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. or MST R103) and your Life Science or Biological general May be taken for a maximum of two times. education degree requirement with Marine Biology (BIOL R100 or MST R100). Learn how to set up and operate salt 54398 MORLA CJ 08:00am-12:15pm MTWTh SH-6 2.00 water aquaria in Experiential Education in Marine Studies Class Listings NOTE: CRN 54398 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS (MST R190). The Center is located at Fisherman's Wharf FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 at Channel Islands Harbor at the corner of Victoria Avenue ART R104B Intermediate Color & Design 2.00 Units and Channel Islands Boulevard. At the Center, there are classrooms, laboratories and an aquarium, which includes A further development from ART R104A with usage of new touch tanks and display tanks holding local marine animals materials adjusting levels of intensity and value of low yield color and plants. Classes will study at the Marine Center and at harmonies. Specific ideas of suitable procedures in projects local beaches, harbors, and wetlands. There are no parking designed for various segments in the design field, such as fees at the Center. For more information, please contact advertising, fabric, fashion interior. Tom O'Neil at 985-9801 or e-mail email@example.com. PREQ: ART R104A. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 54399 MORLA CJ 08:00am-12:15pm MTWTh SH-6 2.00 BIOL R100/R100L Marine Biology Lecture: NOTE: CRN 54399 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Learn about sharks, snails, and sperm whales and meet other people interested in the creatures of the ocean. Classes meet on ART R106A Beginning Drawing 3.00 Units Campus or at Oxnard College’s Marine Center at Channel Islands Harbor. Marine Biology lecture transfers to most 4-year institutions Basic drawing experience stresses graphic representation of as a Life Science or Biological Science general education degree objects through a variety of media and techniques; particular requirement and helps qualify students to enter the grant-funded emphasis upon the fundamental means of pictorial composition. Environmental Partnership Program. Email Dr. Shannon Newby at Field trips may be required. CAN: ART 8. firstname.lastname@example.org for more information (same as MST Transfer credit: CSU;UC. R100/R100L). May be taken for maximum of two times. 54768 IRIE I 11:00am-04:50pm MTW SH-6 3.00 BIOL R100 Marine Biology 3.00 Units NOTE: CRN 54768 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 This survey course includes an introduction to ecology, organism identification, anatomy, physiology, and conservation of marine ART R106B Drawing 3.00 Units organisms. Applications of the scientific method in marine biology are emphasized. Using materials in a variety of ways: line structures, mass Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as MST R100. structuring, building structured shapes (use of perspective). Begin drawing from compositional set-ups. Selection and composing. 53846 NEWBY SG 06:00pm-09:20pm MTWTh MCA* 3.00 PREQ: ART R106A. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. NOTE: CRN 53846 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 54999 IRIE I 11:00am-04:50pm MTW SH-6 3.00 The MCA is located at the intersection of Channel Islands Blvd. & NOTE: CRN 54999 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Victoria Ave. in the Fisherman's Wharf area of Channel Islands FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 Harbor. ART R106C Advanced Drawing 3.00 Units BIOL R100L Marine Biology Laboratory 1.00 Units Study complexities and simplicities of composition development. This survey course includes laboratory and field studies of marine Overstated objects, diminishing objects and understanding the organisms and their environment, the use of the scientific method, value of either. Overstated and understated procedures in and basic biological skills. composition. Further technical development. PREQ: BIOL R100 or concurrent enrollment. PREQ: ART R106B. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as MST R100L. 55000 IRIE I 11:00am-04:50pm MTW SH-6 3.00 NOTE: CRN 55000 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS 53848 NEWBY SG 11:30am-02:45pm MTW MCA* 1.00 FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 NOTE: CRN 53848 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/17/2009 The MCA is located at the intersection of Channel Islands Blvd. & Victoria Ave. in the Fisherman's Wharf area of Channel Islands * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. Harbor. Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 31 BIOL R101 General Biology 3.00 Units This is a survey course that presents the major principles and phenomena governing biological systems. Topics include biological chemistry, the cellular basis of life, metabolism, nutrition, reproduction, genetics, DNA modification, evolution and recombinant DNA technologies. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 53850 BUCKLEY LM 11:30am-02:45pm MTWTh LS-16 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53850 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS STARTING & MANAGING YOUR OWN SMALL BUSINESS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Jun 13, 2009 - Aug 8, 2009 (Alternate Saturdays) 51028 SCHIENLE J 04:00pm-06:50pm MTW LS-16 3.00 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM NOTE: CRN 51028 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Oxnard College (4000 South Rose Ave, Oxnard, CA 93033) FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 Room JCC-3B BIOL R101L General Biology Laboratory 1.00 Units Workshop 1 - Jun 13 This is a laboratory course designed to be taken in conjunction with BIOL R101. The laboratory exercises deal with the scientific method, basic biochemistry, microscopy, cellular organization, STARTING A NEW BUSINESS cellular energy transformation, molecular genetics and evolution. We will show you how to get started; permits and licensing from PREQ: BIOL R101 or concurrent enrollment. DBA’s to EIN’s; business structure and planning; and help you Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. research your options and your personality to find the right business for you…a must workshop for anyone going into 53851 FRANTZ J 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh LS-3 1.00 business today. NOTE: CRN 53851 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Workshop 2 - Jun 27 Class Listings 54700 NICHOLSON M 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh LS-1 1.00 NOTE: CRN 54700 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS MARKETING, THE HEART OF ALL BUSINESS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Marketing is the heart of any business. Gain the skills to acquire & retain customers. Proven research techniques and resources. 55249 NICHOLSON M 08:00am-01:50pm TTh LS-4 1.00 A “how to” approach no matter what kind of business you have NOTE: CRN 55249 IS A 9 WEEK CLASS or are going into. Our work book session will get your marketing FROM 06/02/2009 TO 07/30/2009 plan started. 54710 FRANTZ J 07:00pm-09:50pm MTW LA-2 1.00 NOTE: CRN 54710 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Workshop 3 - Jul 11 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 FINANCIAL AND CASH MANAGEMENT 53263 SCHIENLE J 07:00pm-09:50pm MTW LS-1 1.00 Financial management has key tools to keep your business & NOTE: CRN 53263 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS profits growing. Learn about cash flow, how to read financial FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 statements and use information to manage your money. Our work book session will actually have you preparing a P&L statement and do a cash flow analysis. BUSINESS Workshop 4 - Jul 25 BUS R001 Preparation for Accounting 3.00 Units PREPARING A WINNING BUSINESS PLAN This course covers the accounting cycle, including journalizing, Business planning is a must to succeed in a small business and posting, trial balance, worksheets, adjusting and closing entries, if you’re seeking financing. This class will show you how to payroll and financial statements. develop a powerful business plan to guide your team and Field trips may be required. secure financial backing. You will actually start your business 53866 STAFF 06:00pm-09:50pm TWTh LA-11 3.00 plan at this workshop. NOTE: CRN 53866 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Workshop 5 - Aug 8 BUS R101A Accounting Principles I 3.00 Units MANAGING AND OPERATING YOUR BUSINESS Business management and administration is another of those Basic principles of accounting as a foundation for advanced study, skills that spells the difference between successful business and as a vocational skill: accounting cycle, vouchers system; problems involved in accounting for notes, expenses, assets, and just a job. We will cover building your team, obtaining payroll, and for sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or professional help and purchasing insurance; finding and working manufacturing enterprises. with suppliers; contingency planning and more. ADVISORY: BUS R001. Field trips may be required. CAN: BUS 2; BUS SEQ A (BUS R101A+R101B). Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Each workshop: $35 [$40 at the door]. Complete series: $100 53868 CABRAL R 06:00pm-09:50pm MW LA-8 3.00 [$110 at the door] or $75 [$85 at the door] for current NOTE: CRN 53868 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS full-time community college students. Certificate provided FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 for complete 5-workshop series. To register or get more information: (805) 986-5896 or email@example.com. http://citd.org/ Business classes continued on next page * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 32 BUS R101B Accounting Principles II 3.00 Units Continues and concludes introductory phase of accounting; surveys accounting problems and procedures unique to partnerships and corporations; includes sections on managerial financial analysis for decision-making in business and the Federal Income Tax. PREQ: BUS R101A. Field trips may be required. CAN: BUS 4; BUS SEQ A (BUS R101A+R101B). Transfer credit: CSU;UC. GOING, GOING, GLOBAL 53155 HOUSE S 06:00pm-08:50pm MW LA-17 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53155 IS A 9 WEEK CLASS INTERNATIONAL TRADE CERTIFICATE FROM 05/27/2009 TO 7/20/2009 Jun 20, 2009 - Aug 1, 2009 (Alternate Saturdays) 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM BUS R111A Business Law I 3.00 Units Oxnard College (4000 South Rose Ave, Oxnard, CA 93033) Includes a general review of law and society and specifically Room JCC-3B stresses the law of contracts, personal property and bailments, consumer protection, real property, and estates and wills. Field trips may be required. CAN: BUS 8. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Workshop 1 - Jun 20 52579 POLLEN D 06:00pm-09:50 pm TTh CSSC-101 3.00 NOTE: CRN 52579 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS INTRO TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STRUCTURES, FROM 06/24/2009 TO 07/29/2009 & ADAPTATIONS, DOCUMENTATION AND COMPLIANCE Market research and internet resources; counterparts; CHEMISTRY qualifications of counterparts; US import process; export Class Listings licensing; 7501 & SED; documentation. IMPORT/EXPORT MATH CHEM R110 Elementary Chemistry 5.00 Units Incoterms; components of a landed cost; percentage and fixed This is an introductory course in chemistry stressing basic cost; cost of money; weight or measure; pricing negotiations. principles of atomic and molecular structure, periodic table and states of matter, as well as quantitative techniques involved in elementary chemical calculations; there is some discussion of * Skipped * Jul 4 * HOLIDAY WEEKEND * nuclear, organic, and bio-chemistry. PREQ: MATH R011 or 1 year high school algebra or equivalent. Field trips may be required. Workshop 2 - Jul 18 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 51025 ESCOBAR JD 05:30pm-09:45pm TWTh LA-1 5.00 CONTRACTS & BASIC ORDERING AGREEMENTS; NOTE: CRN 51025 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FINANCE & PAYMENT TERMS FROM 06/23/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Open accounts; advance payments; documentary collection; letters of credit; foreign exchange; purchasing agreements; sales agreements; clauses of an international sales agreement. CHICANO STUDIES LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN Freight forwarders; customs brokers; carriers; terminal CHST R101 Intro to Chicano Studies 3.00 Units operations; warehouses and 3PLs (third-party logistics Introductory level course designed to familiarize students with providers) several political, economic and historical issues characterizing the Chicano experience in the United States. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Workshop 3 - Aug 1 55004 CARRASCO TA 05:30pm-09:45pm TTh LS-15 3.00 STEPS OF AN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRANSACTION NOTE: CRN 55004 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/02/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Risk management; C-TPAT & Homeland Security; organizing your trade transactions; best practices in international trade; CHST R107 History of Mexicans in the US 3.00 Units components of an international business plan; your logistics Historical survey of Mexican/Chicano from pre-Columbian period program. to present. Course provides background for contemporary achievements, problems, possibilities, and prospects. Each workshop: $85 [$90 at the door]. Complete series: $150 Field trips may be required. [$160 at the door] or $100 [$110 at the door] for current Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as HIST R107. full-time community college students. Limited free consulting 50991 SALINAS TA 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LS-8 3.00 included after each class. Certificate provided for complete NOTE: CRN 50991 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS series. To register or get more information: (805) 986-5896 FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 or firstname.lastname@example.org. http://citd.org/ For current course information go to www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 33 CHILD DEVELOPMENT CD R131 Art in Early Childhood 3.00 Units Course is aimed at developing awareness and sensitivity of the CD R010 Field Work in Child Development 1.00 Units nursery school teacher and understanding of stage-by-stage development of the preschool child. Teacher and student Course provides supervised laboratory and field experience for demonstrations, visual aids including films, and field trips are students interested in developing their skills of observation and included in the course. working with children. Fees will be required. Field trips will be required. Field trips may be required. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. Transfer credit: CSU. Not applicable for degree credit. May be taken for a maximum of four times. 54746 SAHOTA DE 11:30am-02:45pm MTWTh LA-18 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54746 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS 54490 KARKOS KA 16 HRS/WK ARR CD 1.00 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 and requires a $6 materials NOTE: CRN 54490 IS A 3 WEEK CLASS charge. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/11/2009 CD R132 Science in Early Childhood 3.00 Units CD R102 Human Development 3.00 Units Methods of enriching the child’s exposure to the natural and This is a survey course of normal human development throughout physical world are explored using basic science equipment and the life span. Areas relating to physical, social, cognitive and developing practical materials as well as reference materials for emotional growth at various points in the life cycle are explored. school and teacher included. Field trips may be required. Negative TB test may be required. Fees will be required. Transfer credit: CSU. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54124 SPIELMAN S 05:30pm-09:45pm TTh LA-8 3.00 51944 MENDEZ P 05:30pm-09:45pm MW OE-10 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54124 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 51944 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/23/2009 TO 07/30/2009 and requires a $6 materials FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 charge CD R103 Programs for Young Children 3.00 Units CD R134 Movement/Music Early Childhood 3.00 Units Class Listings Course offers introduction to various kinds of school programs Course covers principles and methods of providing movement and for young children, their histories, philosophies, and program musical experiences for young children. Ways of providing creative emphasis. Requirements and opportunities in Early Childhood experiences in body movement and dance as well as development Education are explored both private and public. of skills in using simple musical techniques are explored. Field trips are required. Negative TB test or chest X-ray required. Fees will be required. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU. Transfer credit: CSU. 51121 JONES PL 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LA-18 3.00 54088 MENDEZ P 05:30pm-08:45pm MTWTh LRC-4 3.00 NOTE: CRN 51121 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 54088 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 and requires a $6 materials charge 54745 BAUTISTA S 05:30pm-09:45pm TTh LA-14 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54745 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/23/2009 TO 07/30/2009 and will be taught in Spanish COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS and may require concurrent enrollment in an ESL class. CIS R001A Keyboarding I 1.00 Units CD R106 Child, Family, and Community 3.00 Units This course is required to receive a Certificate of Completion from Course allows students to gain awareness of interaction and the Office Occupations Preparation Program and for the Office interdependency between home, school, and community. Patterns Microcomputers and the Administrative Assistant degree and of child rearing in contemporary society are covered as well as certificate. This course is for the beginning student. interaction of family culture, and community. May be taken for a maximum of two times. Field trips are required. Negative TB test required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 51085 PINTO-CASILLAS 09:00am-11:50am MTWTh LA-7 1.00 NOTE: CRN 51085 IS A 3 WEEK CLASS 53174 SPIELMAN S 05:30pm-08:45pm MTWTh LA-18 3.00 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/11/2009 NOTE: CRN 53174 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS Assistance is available in Spanish. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 CD R129 Child Nutrition, Health/Safety 3.00 Units CIS R021A Introduction to Windows 1.00 Units Instruction is given in health protection and resources provided by In this course, students will learn to manage files and to use home, school, and community. Emphasis is placed on the study of Windows tools, accessories, and applications. This course is nutritional needs, health and safety practices, and characteristics of suitable for students wishing to learn more about system software. good health as well as recognition of symptoms of communicable Formerly BIS R041C. diseases. Not applicable for degree credit. Field trips and negative TB test are required. Transfer credit: CSU. 54972 GILMORE L 10:00am-11:50am TTh OE-3 1.00 NOTE: CRN 54972 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS 54083 MENDEZ P 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh LA-14 3.00 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 NOTE: CRN 54083 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 For current course information go to Computer classes continued on next page www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 34 CIS R100 Intro to Computer Info Systems 3.00 Units CULINARY ARTS & RESTAURANT MGT This course is a comprehensive introduction to computer technology and information systems and their relationship to business and society. CRM R100 Intro to Hospitality Industry 2.00 Units Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Overview of the hospitality industry, its history and 53173 BOUMA H 01:00pm-03:50pm TWTh OE-2 3.00 interrelationships of hotel, restaurant, travel, and leisure industries. NOTE: CRN 53173 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Field trips may be required. FROM 06/23/2009 TO 07/30/2009 Transfer credit: CSU. CIS R122 Microsoft Applications Office 3.00 Units 55196 HARNDEN RL 11:00am-01:50pm MT OE-11 2.00 NOTE: CRN 55196 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Students will be introduced to the various application programs that FROM 06/15/2009 TO 07/21/2009 make up the suite of Microsoft Office. The focus for this course will be on learning the basic features of Word, Excel, Access, and CRM R104 Sanitation & Environmental Con 3.00 Units PowerPoint. Transfer credit: CSU. Course covers the principles of food microbiology, important foodborne diseases, strands that are enforced by regulatory 55215 BOUMA H 09:00am-12:50pm TWTh OE-2 3.00 agencies, and applied measures for the prevention of foodborne NOTE: CRN 55215 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS diseases and other microbiological problems. FROM 06/23/2009 TO 07/30/2009 Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU. CIS R144 Web Pages with Flash 3.00 Units 55197 BOON D 08:00am-10:50am MTW OE-11 3.00 NOTE: CRN 55197 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS This course provides instruction on the design and development FROM 06/15/2009 TO 07/22/2009 and is a certificate course of web pages using Macromedia Flash. Students will develop offered through the Educational Foundation of the National personal and commercial web pages as well as publish web sites Restaurant Association (ServSafe). It also meets requirements and on the World Wide Web. is recognized by local health departments. For more information, Transfer credit: CSU. please contact Frank Haywood at 805 986-5869. Class Listings 55012 SPENCER KE 12.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 NOTE: CRN 55012 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 07/02/2009 and will be offered fully online using the Internet and regular phone lines. There will be no For current course information go to face-to-face meetings during this semester. There may be online www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule chat sessions scheduled and arranged depending on the needs of the class. After enrolling in the class, you MUST send an email, prior to the first class meeting, to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org in order to receive instructions on how you will connect with the class and the course. * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. Are You Ready to Become a Leader? TIOC The Training Institute at Oxnard College Presents Leadership Academy The Leadership Academy is a group of six courses designed to improve your leadership and communication skills. Courses include: The Leader in You Respect and Accountability Cultural Awareness Team Building and Group Dynamics Conflict Resolution Leadership with Communication These classes are ideal for employers and/or organizations that desire customized training for their management and/or employee team. This training can be provided at your own work site. Office of Economic Development and Innovation CALL US at (805) 986-5800 x7638 35 COMPUTER NETWORKING ECONOMICS See courses listed under Engineering Technology ECONOMICS : you can plan your future around it (ECON R101 and ECON R102) DENTAL HYGIENE Economics teaches analytical reasoning, offers an explanation of the working of economies in a global context, and enables us to understand how consumers and sellers make decisions in a market environment. An undergraduate degree in economics opens the door NEED SOME EXTRA CASH & A FREE CLEANING? to many different areas of specialization that lead to numerous and BOARD EXAM PATIENTS NEEDED! often lucrative careers in business, government and academia. Has it been a long time since you had a dental cleaning? We need Did you know these facts? you! Our dental hygiene graduates will be screening for board exam patients from 6/3/09 to 7/8/09 (Wednesdays, 12pm-8pm). Qualifying • A Bachelor’s degree in Economics is among the most in patients can receive a free cleaning and compensation up to $300 demand by employers. for their time. • People with advanced degrees in Economics are among the Call for an appointment. (805) 986-5823 highest paid in the U.S. today. • The highest scorers in LSAT (Law) exams are those with degrees in Economics. ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE DENTAL FIELD? • A Bachelor’s degree in Economics enables people to get into THINK YOU’RE READY FOR THE DENTAL HYGIENE many areas, such as Finance, Law, Engineering, Political PROGRAM? WANT TO TEST YOURSELF? Science, Business Administration, Public Administration etc. • These are just a few of the famous people who have majored Consider registering for DH R001 (CRN 55104). No prerequisites in Economics: Former President Ronald Reagan, Ernesto are required. However, students are advised to be prepared for a Class Listings rigorous course taught at the dental hygiene program level. A solid Zedillo and Carlos Salinas de Gortari (both former Presidents background in college-level English and Science is recommended. of Mexico), former Fed Chairman, Alan Greenspan, U.S. senator, Barbara Boxer, singer Lionel Richie, actor Paul Think you’re ready? Register Today! Newman, actress Cate Blanchett, Meg Whitman (CEO, Ebay Technologies), former Supreme Court justice Sandra DH R001 Pre-Dental Hygiene 1.00 Units Day-O’Connor, cartoonist Scott Adams (Dilbert), Steve Ballmer (CEO, Microsoft). This course is an introduction to the field of dentistry with a specific • The Federal Reserve Board (the central body in the U.S. focus on the basics of dental hygiene. Emphasis will be placed on dental terminology, communication, critical thinking skills, along responsible for setting interest rates and other aspects of with some of the basic clinical techniques required for the practice monetary policy) is made up entirely of people with advanced of dental hygiene. degrees in Economics and Finance. Fees will be required. Field trips may be required. 55104 TAFOYA CL 10:00am-11:50am TTh DH-1 1.00 ECON R101 – Intro to Principles of Macroeconomics: NOTE: CRN 55104 IS A 5 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/07/2009 TO 08/04/2009 and has a materials fee of This course is NOT a prerequisite to ECON R102. $10.00. For most students, this course will require additional practice time outside of the scheduled lecture time. (ECON R101 may assume some basic understanding of the working of markets. Such an introduction to the working of markets may be DH R050 Clinical Practice IV 1.00 Units acquired by taking ECON R102. In the interests of allowing for sufficient time to cover various Macroeconomic issues and theories Provides clinical practice for students as they prepare to take the in an unhurried manner, it is recommended that ECON R102 be State Board Examination. completed BEFORE this class, though neither course is a PREQ: Successful completion of all fourth semester Dental pre-requisite to the other.) Hygiene Program courses as stipulated by the American Dental Association. • In ECON R101, one learns about national and international Fees will be required. Field trips may be required. economic issues such as national production, employment, Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. prices, the working of the banking sector and international Not applicable for degree credit. trade and finance. Not only does this course satisfy GE and 54499 NEWVILLE MW noon-07:50pm W DH-2 1.00 Business requirements, this course enables the learner to better understand the economy in which we live. It provides a GOLDMAN PK familiarity with such concepts as Gross Domestic Product DERDIARIAN AL (or, GDP), recession, inflation, fiscal and monetary policies, NOTE: CRN 54499 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NAFTA, and other such terminologies that usually dot the front FROM 06/03/2009 TO 07/08/2009 and has a materials fee of page news in any major newspaper. $150.00. ECON R101 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 Units This course introduces the student to the functioning of the national economy in a global environment, its economic institutions, and to the issues of economic policy related to levels of employment, For current course information go to prices, economic growth, national income accounting and www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule international trade and exchange rates. ADVISORY: MATH R011. Field trips may be required. CAN: ECON 2. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 55251 EDWARDS IM 9.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 NOTE: CRN 55251 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/06/2009 and is being offered fully ‰ WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 36 on-line as an internet class. To take this class, you must be comfortable using a computer, have basic word processing, email, ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE and internet navigation skills, and be familiar with chat rooms. There may be on-line chat seeions. After enrolling in the class, you ESL R046 ESL Oral/Listening Skills 3.00 Units MUST send an email message to the instructor introducing yourself BEFORE the first day of class. Send and email to: Intended for non-native advanced speakers of English who are email@example.com in order to receive instructors on how you will able to hold conversations in English, this course provides connect with the class and the course. knowledge of English grammar, vocabulary, and idiomatic usage. ADVISORY: ESL R044. Field trips may be required. No applicable for degree credit. ECON R102 (Intro to Principles of Microeconomics): 54098 VILLALPANDO G 06:00pm-09:50pm TTh LRC-5 3.00 PLEASE CONSIDER TAKING THIS COURSE BEFORE NOTE: CRN 54098 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS ECON R101 (Intro to Macroeconomics)! FROM 07/02/2009 TO 08/06/2009 • This interesting course satisfies Business and GE ESL R060 Grammar and Writing 1 3.00 Units requirements, and may be taken before ECON R101. ECON R101 is NOT a pre-requisite to ECON R102, and, it is This introductory course, primarily for ESL learners, is designed to present basic beginning grammar in the context of writing in simple recommended that students seriously consider taking ECON real-life situations. R102 before ECON R101. Field trips may be required. • In ECON R102 students will learn about demand and supply Not applicable for degree credit. and the working of the free market, competition, and how 54719 VILLALPANDO M 06:00pm-08:50pm MTWTh LS-14 3.00 businesses make critical production, employment and pricing NOTE: CRN 54719 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS decisions. It helps us understand how individuals make FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 consumption and production choices, and how important decisions are made in a capitalistic economy, regarding what, how and for whom to produce. As most countries gravitate ENGLISH Class Listings toward the market system, this is an ideal course for those with entrepreneurial ambitions, and for people eager to ENGL R068 Basic Composition 5.00 Units better understand the structure and process of market systems. In this course, students develop sentence skills by writing, • In this class students learn how businesses determine how analyzing, and rewriting sentence exercises and paragraphs. The much to produce to maximize profit, while operating in market course includes study of paragraph structure and various patterns of development. structures with different levels of competition. People who are PREQ: Placement as measured by the college assessment planning to run their own business some day, or those that process. Field trips may be required. hope to hold critical decision making positions in businesses, Not applicable for degree credit. will find this course immensely beneficial. 54698 M M 11:00am-01:50pm MTWTh LA-17 5.00 NOTE: CRN 54698 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS ECON R102 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 Units FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 This course introduces the student to the functioning of the market ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition 5.00 Units mechanism, its strengths and weaknesses, and to the role of the consumer and the producer in the modern global economy. In this Associate Degree-level composition course, students review ADVISORY: MATH R011. Field trips may be required. the principles of effective paragraphs and learn to plan, write and CAN: ECON 4. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. revise short expository themes. This course includes essay-exam taking skills and an introduction to library resources. 54129 EDWARDS IM 06:00pm-08:00pm MW LS-13 3.00 PREQ: ENGL R068. Field trips may be required. PLUS 9.50 HRS/WK ARR WEB 54109 M M 06:00pm-08:50pm MTWTh LA-15 5.00 NOTE: CRN 54129 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 54109 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/27/2009 TO 06/17/2009 and is a hybrid WEB class that FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 requires the completion of additional WEB excercises in addition to class lectures. Details will be announced at the first class meeting. 51046 CARUTH E 08:00am-10:50am MTW LA-17 5.00 For more information, contact instructor at: firstname.lastname@example.org. PLUS 4.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB NOTE: CRN 51046 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 54706 CARUTH E 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LA-14 5.00 ENGT R144 Network+ Certification Prep 4.00 Units PLUS 4.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB This course provides instruction in computer networking. This NOTE: CRN 54706 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS course also prepares students to take the CompTIA Network+ FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 certification exam. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU. 54755 LYNCH AE 06:00pm-09:50pm TTh OE-4 4.00 PLUS 24.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB English classes continued on page 38 NOTE: CRN 54755 IS A 5 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/25/2009. For more information, please contact instructor Alex Lynch at (805) 986-5840 or email@example.com. For current course information go to www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 37 ESL/English FLOW CHART (Revised 1/2009) Listening/ Writing/ Vocabulary & Reading Skills Skill Area: Speaking Grammar Specialized (50's) (40's) (60's) Courses Level 1 ESL 30 D, E, ESL 40 ESL 50 ESL 60 Beginning F, G Level 2 ESL 30 D, E, High ESL 42 ESL 52 ESL 62 F, G Beginning Class Listings Level 3 ESL 30H, 30J ESL 44 ESL 54 ESL 64 Intermediate (Crossroads) Level 4 ENGL 80 Advanced ESL 46 ENGL 56 ENGL 66 ENGL 30S ENGL (Transitional 30V Basic Skills) ENGL 30's Basic Skills ENGL 68 (Any in series) classes once Speech 108 ENGL 95 student exits ESL ENGL 140 curriculum ENGL 90 ENGL 96 Course Titles: Listening/Speaking Reading Skills ESL 40 English Conversation 1 ESL 50 Reading Skills 1 ESL 42 English Conversation 2 ESL 52 Reading Skills 2 ESL 44 English Conversation 3 ESL 54 Reading Skills 3 ESL 46 ESL Oral/Listening Skills ENGL 56 Reading Skills 4 Grammar and Writing Vocabulary and Specialized Courses ESL 60 Grammar and Writing 1 ESL 30 D, E, F, G ESL Vocabulary (Various Topics) ESL 62 Grammar and Writing 2 ESL 30 H, 30J Crossroads Café 1 and 2 ESL 64 Grammar and Writing 3 ENGL 30V, 30S Individ. Vocabulary, Spelling ENGL 66 Grammar and Writing 4 ENGL 80 Developmental Vocabulary 38 ENGL R101 College Composition 4.00 Units GEOLOGY This course provides development of skills in written expression, especially expository themes, including training in research techniques and preparation of a research paper. SCIENCE BY THE SEA PREQ: ENGL R096 or ENGL R140. Field trips may be required. CAN: ENGL 2; ENGL SEQ A (ENGL R101+R102). At the Oxnard College Marine Center and Aquarium, you can Transfer credit: CSU;UC. satisfy your Physical Science general education degree requirement with Introduction to Oceanography (GEOL R103 54163 SUTTON KD 06:00pm-09:50pm TTh LA-17 4.00 or MST R103) and your Life Science or Biological general AND 08:00am-11:50am S JCC education degree requirement with Marine Biology (BIOL NOTE: CRN 54163 IS A 9 WEEK CLASS R100 or MST R100). Learn how to set up and operate salt FROM 06/02/2009 TO 07/30/2009 water aquaria in Experiential Education in Marine Studies (MST R190). The Center is located at Fisherman's Wharf 51054 BOYS E 11:00am-01:50pm MTWTh CSSC-106 4.00 at Channel Islands Harbor at the corner of Victoria Avenue NOTE: CRN 51054 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS and Channel Islands Boulevard. At the Center, there are FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/06/2009 classrooms, laboratories and an aquarium, which includes 54711 BOYS E 02:00pm-04:50pm MTWTh LA-14 4.00 touch tanks and display tanks holding local marine animals NOTE: CRN 54711 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS and plants. Classes will study at the Marine Center and at FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/06/2009 local beaches, harbors, and wetlands. There are no parking fees at the Center. For more information, please contact 51049 STAFF 06:00pm-08:50pm MTWTh LA-11 4.00 Tom O'Neil at 985-9801 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE: CRN 51049 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/06/2009 GEOL R101 Physical Geology 3.00 Units ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit 3.00 Units This course is a survey of the earth and the processes that shape This course provides study of literature combined with instruction in it. The course offers an overview of plate tectonics, volcanism, Class Listings critical thinking and composition. earthquakes, mountain building, weathering, erosion, soil, origin of PREQ: ENGL R101. Field trips may be required. CAN: ENGL SEQ minerals and rocks, and water and energy resources. A (ENGL R101+R102). Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Field trips may be required. CAN: GEOL 6; GEOL 2 (GEOL R101 + R101L). Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54093 FAUTH LM 11:30am-02:45pm MTWTh LA-15 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54093 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS 51031 SAENZ J 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LS-4 3.00 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 NOTE: CRN 51031 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 54164 SUTTON KD 06:00pm-08:50pm MW NH-5 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54164 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS GEOL R103 Introduction to Oceanography 3.00 Units FROM 06/01/2009 TO 07/29/2009 This course is a broad survey of the field of oceanography. Topics 51055 HERMES EC 08:00am-10:50am MTW CSSC-107 3.00 include geology and geography of ocean basins and coastlines, NOTE: CRN 51055 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS plate tectonics, waves, currents, tides, properties of seawater, FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 methods of oceanographic exploration, and an introduction to Marine Biology. 51058 HERMES EC 06:00pm-09:50pm MW LA-12 3.00 Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. NOTE: CRN 51058 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Same as MST R103. FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 53853 O'NEIL TJ 08:00am-12:15pm MW MCA* 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53853 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS GEOGRAPHY FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/30/2009 The MCA is located at the intersection of Channel Islands Blvd. & Victoria Ave. in the Fisherman's Wharf area of Channel Islands GEOG R101 Elements of Physical Geography 3.00 Units Harbor. Physical geography as a spatial study investigates the "human/environment" interaction process incorporating the elements of the atmosphere, lithosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere. Field trips may be required. CAN: GEOG 2. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54703 CRAINE J 05:30pm-09:45pm TTh LA-19 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54703 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/23/2009 TO 07/30/2009 GEOG R102 World Regional Geography 3.00 Units This course introduces the regional approach to the study of human geography and the world's major culture realms. Interpreting the cultural landscape employs the essential concepts in a geographic survey of the world in spatial terms, places and regions, the physical environment, and society and environment interaction. CAN: GEOG 4. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 52503 STAFF 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LS-15 3.00 NOTE: CRN 52503 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 39 HEALTH EDUCATION HISTORY HED R101 Health and Society 2.00 Units HIST R102 History of the US I 3.00 Units Consideration of the nature and function of health in our social This course surveys and seeks to explain the cultural, social, pattern; an analysis of major health problems designed to economic, political, military and diplomatic history of colonial North contribute to students’ understanding of their roles as individuals America and the United States from 1607 to 1877. and as contributing members of the community’s efforts to CAN: HIST 8; HIST SEQ B (HIST R102+R103). implement advances of medicine and health sciences. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54979 DORRANCE CL 11:30am-02:20pm MTTh LS-8 3.00 53883 JONES JE 05:30pm-08:20pm TTh PE-4 2.00 NOTE: CRN 53883 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS PLUS 4.00 HRS/WK ARR TV FROM 06/23/2009 TO 07/30/2009 NOTE: CRN 54979 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 and is a partial telecourse which HED R102 Fitness/Nutrition/Health 3.00 Units requires students to view 4 half-hour programs each week outside of class. Programs are from the series THE UNFINISHED NATION A study of the knowledge and skills required to make wise and can be viewed in the Learning Resource Center or on OCTV decisions about personal lifetime fitness, nutrition, and health life in Oxnard and Port Hueneme. A complete set of the programs can styles. be purchased in the OC Bookstore or on-line. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 50983 SALINAS TA 08:00am-10:50am MTW LA-6 3.00 53975 MCCLURKIN LR 05:30pm-08:45pm MTWTh PE-4 3.00 NOTE: CRN 50983 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 53975 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 55003 MCHARGUE S 05:30pm-09:45pm TTh LS-12 3.00 51116 FRALLIC M 11:00am-01:50pm MTW PE-4 3.00 NOTE: CRN 55003 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 51116 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/02/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Class Listings FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 HIST R103 History of the US II 3.00 Units 54206 SHARP GA 01:30pm-04:20pm MTW LA-9 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54206 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS This course examines the social, cultural, economic, political, and FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 military history of the United States from 1865 to the present. Significant historical events and issues that affect contemporary HED R104 Family & Personal Health 3.00 Units Americans will be surveyed and analyzed by examining significant individuals and groups. This course is a broad study of the knowledge and skills CAN: HIST 10; HIST SEQ B (HIST R102+R103). necessary for family and personal health and wellness. It covers Transfer credit: CSU;UC. the prevention, assessment, and treatment of common health problems. 54113 MCHARGUE S 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LA-16 3.00 Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. NOTE: CRN 54113 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 53976 FRALLIC M 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh PE-4 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53976 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS HIST R107 History of Mexicans in the US 3.00 Units FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Historical survey of the Mexican/Chicano from pre-Columbian 55250 JONES JE 06:00pm-08:50pm MW JCC-3C 3.00 period to present. Course provides background for contemporary achievements, problems, possibilities, and prospects. AND 08:00am-10:50am S JCC-3C Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. NOTE: CRN 55250 IS A 9 WEEK CLASS Same as CHST R107. FROM 06/01/2009 TO 07/29/2009 50989 SALINAS TA 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LS-8 3.00 51082 NELSON JS 08:00am-10:50am MTW PE-4 3.00 NOTE: CRN 50989 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 51082 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 HED R105 First Aid/Personal Safety 3.00 Units JOURNALISM This course develops safety awareness and positive reactions to emergency situations. It covers ways of reacting to persons Students at Oxnard College and Ventura College should suffering from traumatic shock as well as ways of interacting with contact the instructor regarding attendance and calming family members of injured persons. requirements for these classes offered through Fees will be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Moorpark College. 53977 DIBBLE MM 11:30am-02:45pm MTWTh PE-4 3.00 Instructor is Joanna Miller: 805-378-1400 x1618. NOTE: CRN 53977 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 and requires a $10 materials fee. JOUR M01 Media and Society 3.00 Units Surveys history and nature of print and electronic media in America, examining social, political and cultural implications. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as RT M01. 53050 MILLER JM 13 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53050 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 AND IS AN ONLINE CLASS. TO LOG INTO YOUR CLASS, LOG ON TO YOUR WEBSTAR ACCOUNT AND CLICK For current course information go to ON THE “WEBCT/BLACKBOARD VISTA” LINK. PLEASE NOTE www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule THAT YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO ACCESS YOUR COURSE UNTIL THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES FOR THIS SEMESTER. FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE INSTRUCTOR JOANNA MILLER AT * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. JOANNAMILLER@VCCCD.EDU. Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 40 JOUR M01 Media and Society 3.00 Units MST R103 Introduction to Oceanography 3.00 Units Surveys history and nature of print and electronic media in This course is a broad survey of the field of oceanography. Topics America, examining social, political and cultural implications. include geology and geography of ocean basins and coastlines, Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as RT M01. plate tectonics, waves, currents, tides, properties of seawater, methods of oceanographic exploration, and an introduction to 50599 LARSON C 08:00am-11:15am MTW HSS-204 3.00 Marine Biology. NOTE: CRN 50599 IS A 5 WEEK CLASS Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/22/2009 AND IS HELD AT Same as GEOL R103. MOORPARK COLLEGE. 53852 O'NEIL TJ 08:00am-12:15pm MW MCA* 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53852 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS MARINE STUDIES FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 The MCA is located at the intersection of Channel Islands Blvd. & Victoria Ave. in the Fisherman's Wharf area of Channel Islands Harbor. SCIENCE BY THE SEA At the Oxnard College Marine Center and Aquarium, you can MST R190 – Experimental Education in Marine Studies satisfy your Physical Science general education degree requirement with Introduction to Oceanography (GEOL R103 MST R190 is a one unit course designed to introduce and or MST R103) and your Life Science or Biological general train students who will be assisting at the Oxnard College education degree requirement with Marine Biology (BIOL Marine Center and Aquarium. You will learn how to set up R100 or MST R100). Learn how to set up and operate salt and operate salt water aquaria, and become familiar with water aquaria in Experiential Education in Marine Studies the displays and marine studies projects at the Center. In (MST R190). The Center is located at Fisherman's Wharf addition, you will learn to introduce visitors to the Center. at Channel Islands Harbor at the corner of Victoria Avenue Students in MST R190 will also gain hands -on experience at and Channel Islands Boulevard. At the Center, there are local beaches and harbors. For more information, please classrooms, laboratories and an aquarium, which includes contact Tom O'Neil at 985-9801 or e-mail email@example.com. Class Listings touch tanks and display tanks holding local marine animals and plants. Classes will study at the Marine Center and at MST R190 Experiential Education 1.00 Units local beaches, harbors, and wetlands. There are no parking fees at the Center. For more information, please contact Students will learn about specific marine-related topics by working Tom O'Neil at 985-9801 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. at the Oxnard College Marine Education Center assisting in the care and feeding of marine animals, guiding tours, developing exhibits, and/or maintaining the specimen collections. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU. MST R100/R100L Marine Biology Lecture: May be taken for a maximum of four times. Learn about sharks, snails, and sperm whales and meet 54985 O'NEIL TJ 5.40 HRS/WK ARR MCA* 1.00 other people interested in the creatures of the ocean. NOTE: CRN 54985 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Classes meet on Campus or at Oxnard College’s Marine FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/30/2009 Center at Channel Islands Harbor. Marine Biology lecture The MCA is located at the intersection of Channel Islands Blvd. transfers to most 4-year institutions as a Life Science or and Victoria Ave. in the Fisherman's Wharf area of Channel Islands Biological Science general education requirement and helps Harbor. qualify students to enter the grant-funded Environmental Partnership Program. Email Dr. Shannon Newby at MATHEMATICS email@example.com for more information (same as BIOL R100/R100L). MATH R009 Basic Mathematics 3.00 Units MST R100 Marine Biology 3.00 Units This course reviews basic mathematical skills and fundamental operations as applied to integers, common and decimal fractions, This survey course includes an introduction to ecology, organism and percentages. Emphasis is placed on understanding of identification, anatomy, physiology, and conservation of marine arithmetic and mathematical processes. organisms. Applications of the scientific method in marine biology Not applicable for degree credit. are emphasized. May be taken for a maximum of two times. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as BIOL R100. 53831 BATES M 05:30pm-08:45pm MTWTh LA-10 3.00 53847 NEWBY SG 06:00pm-09:20pm MTWTh MCA* 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53831 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 53847 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 The MCA is located at the intersection of Channel Islands Blvd. & 51297 VIVEROS HH 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LS-15 3.00 Victoria Ave. in the Fisherman's Wharf area of Channel Islands NOTE: CRN 51297 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Harbor. FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 MST R100L Marine Biology Laboratory 1.00 Units 54676 MAGALLANES D 06:00pm-08:50pm MTW SH-1 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54676 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS This survey course includes laboratory and field studies of marine FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 organisms and their environment, the use of the scientific method, and basic biological skills. MATH R009A Basic Mathematics I 1.00 Units PREQ: MST R100 or concurrent enrollment. Field trips may be required. This course is the first of a three-course sequence equivalent to Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as BIOL R100L. MATH R009. In this course, students master basic mathematical skills and fundamental operations as applied to whole numbers. 53849 NEWBY SG 11:30am-02:50pm MTWTh MCA* 1.00 Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. NOTE: CRN 53849 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS Not applicable for degree credit. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 May be taken for a maximum of two times. The MCA is located at the intersection of Channel Islands Blvd. & Victoria Ave. in the Fisherman's Wharf area of Channel Islands 55240 STAFF 3.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 1.00 Harbor. NOTE: CRN 55240 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 41 MATH R009B Basic Mathematics II 1.00 Units MATH R010C Pre-Algebra III 1.00 Units This course is the second of a three-course sequence equivalent This course is the third of a four-course sequence equivalent to to MATH R009. In this course, students master basic mathematical MATH R010. This course helps bridge the gap between arithmetic skills and fundamental operations as applied to fractions and and elementary algebra. decimals. PREQ: MATH R009 or equivalent. ADVISORY: MATH R009A. ADVISORY: MATH R010A and MATH R010B. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. Not applicable for degree Not applicable for degree credit. credit. May be taken for a maximum of two times. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 55245 STAFF 3.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 1.00 55241 STAFF 3.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 1.00 NOTE: CRN 55245 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 55241 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 MATH R010D Pre-Algebra IV 1.00 Units MATH R009C Basic Mathematics III 1.00 Units This course is the fourth of a four-course sequence equivalent to This course is the third of a three-course sequence equivalent to MATH R010. This course helps bridge the gap between arithmetic MATH R009. In this course, students master basic mathematical and elementary algebra. It examines square roots, percents and skills involving ratio and proportions, percent, geometry and applications. measurement. PREQ: MATH R009 or equivalent. ADVISORY: MATH R009A and MATH R009B. ADVISORY: MATH R010A or equivalent. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. Not applicable for degree Not applicable for degree credit. credit. May be taken for a maximum of two times. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 55246 STAFF 3.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 1.00 55242 STAFF 3.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 1.00 NOTE: CRN 55246 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 55242 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 5.00 Units Class Listings MATH R010 Pre-Algebra 4.00 Units This is a first course in algebra. The topics will include: operations This course bridges the gap between arithmetic and elementary with counting numbers, integers, rational, and real numbers; linear algebra. It reviews whole numbers, fractions, mixed numbers, equations and inequalities; graphing in one and two dimensions; decimals and integers, and examines proportions, unit analysis, ratio, proportion; laws of exponents; operations with polynomials; and percent. rational expressions; factoring; systems of linear equations; and PREQ: MATH R009. Not applicable for degree credit. quadratic equations. May be taken for a maximum of two times. PREQ: MATH R010. 51017 YANG CE 08:00am-10:15am MTWTh OE-1 4.00 52016 GASS PC 06:00pm-09:50pm MTh NH-4 5.00 NOTE: CRN 51017 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 52016 IS A 10 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 06/01/2009 TO 08/06/2009 54681 YANG CE 11:00am-01:15pm MTWTh OE-1 4.00 51001 ANDRICH JJ 08:00am-10:50am MTWTh SH-1 5.00 NOTE: CRN 54681 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 51001 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 53836 RUVALCABA LV 06:00pm-08:15pm MTWTh LA-10 4.00 53837 FAHS HG 11:00am-01:50pm MTWTh LA-10 5.00 NOTE: CRN 53836 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 53837 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 MATH R010A Pre-Algebra I 1.00 Units 51005 VIVEROS HH 06:00pm-08:50pm MTWTh LS-6 5.00 NOTE: CRN 51005 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS This course is the first of a four-course sequence equivalent to FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 MATH R010. This course helps bridge the gap between arithmetic and elementary algebra. MATH R011A Elementary Algebra I 2.50 Units PREQ: MATH R009 or equivalent. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. This course is the first of a two-course sequence equivalent to Not applicable for degree credit. MATH R011. This course will review operations on real numbers May be taken for a maximum of two times. and begin the study of elementary algebra. PREQ: MATH R010 or equivalent. 55243 STAFF 3.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 1.00 Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. NOTE: CRN 55243 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS May be taken for a maximum of two times. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 55247 STAFF 8.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 2.50 MATH R010B Pre-Algebra II 1.00 Units NOTE: CRN 55247 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 This course is the second of a four-course sequence equivalent to MATH R010. This course helps bridge the gap between arithmetic MATH R011B Elementary Algebra II 2.50 Units and elementary algebra. PREQ: MATH R009 or equivalent. ADVISORY: MATH R010A. This course is the second of a two-course sequence equivalent to Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. MATH R011. This course will continue the study of elementary Not applicable for degree credit. algebra. May be taken for a maximum of two times. PREQ: MATH R011A. Offered on a credit/no credit basis. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 55244 STAFF 3.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 1.00 NOTE: CRN 55244 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS 55248 STAFF 8.00 HRS/WK ARR NH-2 2.50 FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 NOTE: CRN 55248 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Math classes continued on page 44 * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 42 Department of Mathematics Mini-Placement Questionnaire Here are some sample questions from the areas of Math If you correctly answer all the previous 9, 10, 11, and 14. If you can do all three questions from questions, you may be ready for Math 14. the area you may be ready for the next course. Be sure to take the FULL PLACEMENT TEST offered through the matriculation process. Essential Skills Taught in Math 14 Essential Skills Taught in Math 9 10. Solve for x: log10x = 4 1. 1 3 7 14 11. Solve for x in terms of y: 1 1 =1 2. What is 45% of 60? x y 3. Find the area of a rectangular carpet that is 9 feet by 14 feet. 12. Graph: y = x2 - 4 Class Listings If you can correctly answer the above three questions, you may be ready for Math 10. If you correctly answer all the previous questions, you may be ready for a 100-level Math course. Essential Skills Taught in Math 10 4. -2 1 1 6 2 Answers to all questions: 5. Find the simple interest earned on $450 in one 1. 5/14 8. x = 3 or x = 0 year if the interest rate is 5% per year. 2. 27 9. x = 8 3. 126 square feet 10. x = 10,000 6. Solve for x: -2( x + 1) = 8 4. 2/3 11. x = -y/(1-y) or 5. $22.50 x = y/(y-1) If you correctly answer all the previous questions, you may be ready for Math 11. 6. x = -5 7. Essential Skills Taught in Math 11 7. Graph: y = 2x - 4 8. Solve for x: x2 - 3x = 0 9. Solve for x: x x =6 2 4 Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 43 Oxnard College Mathematics Courses Math R125 Math R122 Differential Equations Calculus III with Linear Algebra Math R121 Calculus II Math R120 Class Listings Calculus I Math R101 MATH R118 Math for Precalculus or Liberal Arts H.S. Precalculus with MATH R115 College H.S. Grade of A or B Algebra and MATH R116 Math R102 Trigonometry Math for Elementary School Teachers Math R105 MATH R014 Inter. Algebra Introductory or H.S. Algebra 2 with Statistics H.S. Grade of A or B Math R106 Math for Business Students without prior college MATH R011 or R011 A B Applications credit for mathematics, Elem. Algebra or H.S. Algebra 1 documented by official college transcript, must be with H.S. Grade of A or B assessed in mathematics. Please call the Assessment Office at (805) 986-5864 for assessment times. MATH R010 or In addition to the Math R010 A B C D assessment, counselors may Pre-Algebra use the student's High School grades shown on their transcript according to the flow chart to place students into Math classes. Please contact MATH R009 or the Counseling Department at R009A B C (805) 986-5816. Basic Math 44 MATH R014 Intermediate Algebra 5.00 Units MATH R118 Precalculus Mathematics 5.00 Units This is a second course in algebra emphasizing applications of This course gives the calculus-bound student a solid foundation in mathematics to scientific and logical problems. Students learn to precalculus algebra and analytic trigonometry, with emphasis on analyze and interpret problems, develop inductive and deductive function concepts and graphing. logic abilities and apply these skills to solutions of verbal and PREQ: MATH R014. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. quantitative problems. PREQ: MATH R011. 55239 FAHS HG 08:00am-10:50am MTWTh LA-10 5.00 NOTE: CRN 55239 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS 52504 ANDRICH JJ 06:00pm-09:50pm MW OE-1 5.00 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 NOTE: CRN 52504 IS A 10 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 MATH R121 Calculus II 5.00 Units 54682 HALL SC 08:00am-10:50am MTWTh LA-13 5.00 As the second course in the calculus sequence, this course NOTE: CRN 54682 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS emphasizes Integral Calculus, techniques of integration, and FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 applications of definite integrals. It also includes the study of infinite series, conic sections, and parametric equations. 53840 HALL SC 11:00am-01:50pm MTWTh LA-13 5.00 PREQ: MATH R120. CAN: MATH SEQ C NOTE: CRN 53840 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS (MATH R120+R121+R122). Transfer credit: CSU;UC. FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 55257 JONES M 06:00pm-09:50pm MW LRC-5 5.00 53841 SANTIAGO MM 06:00pm-08:50pm MTWTh LA-13 5.00 NOTE: CRN 55257 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 53841 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/27/2009 TO 08/05/2009 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 MATH R023 Geometry 3.00 Units MICROBIOLOGY This course covers selected topics in Euclidean plane and solid geometry, including lines and planes, triangles, congruence, MICR R100 Principles of Microbiology 3.00 Units deductive reasoning, proof, geometric inequalities, parallel and Class Listings perpendicular lines, polygons, similarity, circles, constructions, and This course is an introduction to the structure and metabolic measuring areas and volumes related to solids. activities of bacteria, fungi, algae, protozoa and viruses. The PREQ: MATH R011. topics will include distribution, molecular genetics and the physical/chemical methods used in microbial control. 55132 RUVALCABA LV 09:00am-10:50am MTWTh LA-9 3.00 PREQ: BIOL R120 or both ANAT R100 and PHSO R100. NOTE: CRN 55132 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS Field trips may be required. CAN: BIOL 14 (MICR R100 + R100L). FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54523 RUVALCABA LV 11:30am-01:20pm MTWTh LA-9 3.00 51023 GRAHAM ML 05:00pm-06:15pm MTWTh LS-2 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54523 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 51023 IS A 8 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 06/15/2009 TO 08/06/2009 MATH R105 Introductory Statistics 4.00 Units MICR R100L Principles of Microbiology Lab 2.00 Units This course covers descriptive and inferential statistics for students This is a laboratory course designed for biological science majors of social sciences, science, education, business, and engineering. and students interested in the health science professions. The PREQ: MATH R014. CAN: STAT 2. exercises are intended to give the students experience in the Transfer credit: CSU;UC. manipulation of microorganisms and exposure to current microbial techniques. 54686 GASS PC 11:00am-01:15pm MTWTh SH-1 4.00 PREQ: MICR R100 or concurrent enrollment. NOTE: CRN 54686 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS Field trips may be required. CAN: BIOL 14 (MICR R100 + R100L). FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 55238 NORBUTAS JA 06:00pm-08:15pm MTWTh SH-2 4.00 51024 WILSON CM 06:30pm-09:20pm MTWTh LS-2 2.00 NOTE: CRN 55238 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 51024 IS A 8 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 06/15/2009 TO 08/06/2009 MATH R115 College Algebra 3.00 Units MUSIC An advanced course in algebra, this course focuses on the study of functions and their graphs, techniques of solving equations and the recognition and creation of patterns. Students will analyze and MUS R103A Music Appreciation I 3.00 Units graph functions (constant, linear, quadratic, absolute value, square root, cubic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic). Survey of Western musical history from medieval to present; PREQ: MATH R014. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. special emphasis on understanding and enjoyment in listening with an introduction to principles employed in music. 51019 BLACK BS 08:00am-10:50am MTW LS-6 3.00 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. NOTE: CRN 51019 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 53880 DRUCKMAN J 08:00am-10:50am MTW LA-5 3.00 NOTE: CRN 53880 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS MATH R116 College Trigonometry 3.00 Units FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 This course is designed to give Calculus-bound students a solid MUS R116 History of Rock Music 3.00 Units foundation in trigonometric functions. Emphasis will be placed on the trigonometric functions and their graphs, radian measure, This course is a musical and cultural survey of popular music trigonometric identities and equations, inverse trigonometric widely referred to as Rock and Roll. functions, complex numbers, and DeMoivre’s Theorem. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. PREQ: MATH R014. Transfer credit: CSU. 54692 EDMISTON BA 01:00pm-03:50pm MTW LA-5 3.00 53842 BLACK BS 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LS-6 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54692 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 53842 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/05/2009 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 45 MUS R118 Introduction to Guitar 1.00 Units 50975 TEPFER JE 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LS-16 3.00 NOTE: CRN 50975 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS Fundamentals of guitar and related musicianship; basic techniques FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 and repertoire unique to the folk guitar; chordal accompaniment to folk singing will be emphasized. 51975 TEPFER JE 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LS-11 3.00 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. NOTE: CRN 51975 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS May be taken a maximum of four times. FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 53878 GONZALES CH 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LA-9 1.00 NOTE: CRN 53878 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 PHYSICAL EDUCATION MUS R119 History of Jazz 3.00 Units PE R130 Martial Arts-Jujitsu 1.50 Units Examination of musical elements as they apply to Jazz; historical The feudal Samurai warrior class once used jujitsu, one of the survey of major jazz styles from origins to most recent trends. oldest Japanese martial arts practiced. It is an unarmed Transfer credit: CSU;UC self-defence system incorporating various methods of defensive . tactics. 54826 LEGOHN F 09:00am-10:50am MTWTh OHS* 3.00 Transfer credit: CSU. NOTE: CRN 54826 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS May be taken for a maximum of three times. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 53169 CASILLAS G 11:30am-02:45pm MTWTh PE-3 1.50 NOTE: CRN 53169 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 PERSONAL GROWTH PE R131A KOFIT/Aerobic Kickboxing I 1.50 Units PG R100A Student Success: EOPS 1.00 Units KOFIT/Aerobic Kickboxing I is designed to burn more fat than the This course is designed to provide students with college survival average aerobic class. Body conditioning and weight loss are emphasized. Class Listings strategies: Learn what the Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) are, tour the campus, use the college catalog, May be taken for a maximum of two times. explore university websites, identify the requirements for graduation and transferring to a four year university, navigate the 54394 CASILLAS G 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh PE-3 1.50 financial aid process and requirements, review academic policy, NOTE: CRN 54394 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS utilize career search services, identify additional support services, FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 review available study skills and develop an educational plan. Offered on a credit/no credit basis only. PE R143 Running for Fitness 1.50 Units Transfer credit: CSU. Exercise program of relaxed walking and running to improve 55101 LOPEZ MG 01:00pm-01:50pm MTWTh TBA 1.00 fitness level of nearly everyone at any age level. NOTE: CRN 55101 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS Transfer credit: CSU. FROM 06/29/2009 TO 07/23/2009 May be taken for a maximum of four times. 52560 FONTES RA 02:00pm-03:50pm MW CSSC-107 1.00 53997 SHARP GA 08:00am-09:50am MTWTh TRAC 1.50 NOTE: CRN 52560 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 53997 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/29/2009 TO 07/22/2009 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 52559 STAFF 08:00am-09:50am TTh LRC-3 1.00 PE R146 Walking for Fitness 1.50 Units NOTE: CRN 52559 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/30/2009 TO 07/23/2009 and provides Course designed to provide exercise and fitness training for the assistance in Spanish. sedentary student population. Emphasis on cardiovascular conditioning and muscle tone. 54133 LOPEZ MG 11:00am-12:50pm TTh LA-11 1.00 Transfer credit: CSU. NOTE: CRN 54133 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS May be taken for a maximum of two times. FROM 06/30/2009 TO 07/23/2009 53998 SHARP GA 08:00am-09:50am MTWTh TRAC 1.50 55100 FONTES RA 01:00pm-01:50pm MTWTh LS-14 1.00 NOTE: CRN 53998 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 55100 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 FROM 06/292009 TO 07/23/2009 PE R148 Women's Conditioning 1.50 Units This course is designed to improve student's cardiovascular condi- PHILOSOPHY tioning, and appearance of the body. Class sessions will include the use training equipment useful in shaping and toning the body. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 Units May be taken for a maximum of four times. This course is an introduction to the basic issues, questions, 51270 COHEN PJ 05:30pm-08:50pm TTh PE-3 1.50 problems and methods in philosophy. Topics explored include: logic, reasoning, knowledge, truth, mind, self, identity, values, AND 09:00am-11:50am S PE-3 ethics, meaning, existence, reality, God, religion, politics and NOTE: CRN 51270 IS A 8 WEEK CLASS governance. FROM 06/16/2009 TO 08/06/2009 CAN: PHIL 2. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54087 DORRANCE CL 05:30pm-09:00pm TTh LS-8 3.00 PE R151A Beginning Lifetime Fitness .50 – 1.50 Units This course is designed to improve physical fitness by promoting PLUS 4.75 HRS/WK ARR TV the five components of fitness: flexibility, cardiovascular fitness, NOTE: CRN 54087 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS muscle strength, muscle endurance, and body composition. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 and is a partial telecourse which Transfer credit: CSU;UC. requires students to view 6 half-hour programs each week outside May be taken for a maximum of 3 times. of class. Programs are from the series THE EXAMINED LIFE and can be viewed in the Learning Resource Center or on OCTV in 55253 WHITE GR 2.25 HRS/WK ARR PE-5 .50 Oxnard and Port Hueneme. A complete set of the programs can NOTE: CRN 55253 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS be purchased in the OC Bookstore or on-line. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 ‰ WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 46 55254 WHITE GR 4.75 HRS/WK ARR PE-5 1.00 54011 CASSIDY JA 03:00pm-04:50pm TTh SF 1.50 NOTE: CRN 55254 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 AND noon-01:50pm W SF NOTE: CRN 54011 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS 55255 WHITE GR 7.25 HRS/WK ARR PE-5 1.50 FROM 06/23/2009 TO 08/06/2009 NOTE: CRN 55255 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 PE R161A Volleyball I 1.50 Units PE R155A Basketball I 1.50 Units Development of basic skills in playing volleyball including rules, techniques of playing power volleyball. Development of basic skills in playing basketball, including rules Transfer credit: CSU. and techniques. May be taken for a maximum of two times. Transfer credit: CSU. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 55023 MUHE JM 05:30pm-08:45pm MW PE 1.50 NOTE: CRN 55023 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS 54006 CUNNINGHAM J 06:30pm-09:45pm MTWTh PE-1 1.50 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/05/2009 NOTE: CRN 54006 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 PE R161B Volleyball II 1.50 Units PE R155B Basketball II 1.50 Units Advanced techniques and strategies in playing power volleyball at the six, four, and two person levels; continuing development of high For those students who want to become proficient in basketball. skills emphasized. Previous experience in basketball is not necessary. A continuing PREQ: PE R161A or equivalent. Transfer credit: CSU. development of a high degree of skill is emphasized. May be taken for a maximum of two times. PREQ: PE R155A or equivalent. Transfer credit: CSU. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 55256 MUHE JM 05:30pm-08:50pm MW PE 1.50 NOTE: CRN 55256 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS 54007 CUNNINGHAM J 06:30pm-09:45pm MTWTh PE-1 1.50 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/05/2009 NOTE: CRN 54007 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 PE R165 Conditioning for Athletes 1.00 Units Class Listings PE R156A Baseball I 1.50 Units This course is designed to properly prepare and condition prospective athletes. Varsity athletics require an advanced degree Development of basic skills for playing baseball, including rules of skill. and techniques. Transfer credit: CSU. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. May be taken for a maximum of four times. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 54540 GREANEY RA 02:00pm-04:50pm MW SF .50 54008 LARSON J 03:00pm-05:50pm MTW BBD 1.50 NOTE: CRN 54008 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS AND 04:30pm-06:20pm Th SF FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 NOTE: CRN 54540 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/27/2009 TO 06/18/2009 PE R156B Baseball II 2.00 Units 54036 CASSIDY JA 05:00pm-06:50pm TTh PE .50 Development of higher proficiency and performance of baseball NOTE: CRN 54036 IS A 11 WEEK CLASS skills with special emphasis on game strategy and techniques. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Transfer credit: CSU. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 55085 MUHE JM 01:30pm – 02:50pm MTWR 1.00 NOTE: CRN 55085 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS 54009 LARSON J 03:00pm-06:50pm MTW BBD 2.00 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 NOTE: CRN 54009 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 51951 CUNNINGHAM JJ 07:00pm-08:50pm TTh PE-1 .50 NOTE: CRN 51951 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS PE R159A Soccer I 1.50 Units FROM 06/23/2009 TO 07/30/2009 Development of skills in playing soccer, including rules, techniques, 55029 SHARP AA 08:00am-09:50am TWTh SF .50 and strategy. NOTE: CRN 55029 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS Transfer credit: CSU. FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 May be taken for a maximum of two times. 54395 GREANEY RA 06:00pm-07:50pm MW SF 1.50 AND 04:30pm-06:20pm Th SF PHYSIOLOGY NOTE: CRN 54395 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 PHSO R100 Human Physiology 3.00 Units 54010 CASSIDY JA 03:00pm-04:50pm TTh SF 1.50 This course emphasizes principles of cellular and systemic func- tions of the human body. Lecture topics include scientific method, AND noon-01:50pm W SF basic inorganic and organic chemistry, solute as well as water NOTE: CRN 54010 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS transport and balance, homeostatic mechanisms, and functions of FROM 06/24/2009 TO 08/06/2009 the major organ systems. PREQ: CHEM R110, ANAT R100 & ANAT R100L. PE R159B Soccer II 1.50 Units COREQ: PHSO R100L. Field trips may be required. CAN: BIOL 12 (PHSO R100 + R100L). Advanced techniques and skills in the game of soccer. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. PREQ: PE R159A or equivalent. Transfer credit: CSU. May be taken for a maximum of two times. 54705 ABRAM MW 10:00am-11:50am MTWTh LS-3 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54705 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS 54396 GREANEY RA 06:00pm-07:50pm MW SF 1.50 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 AND 04:30pm-06:20pm Th SF NOTE: CRN 54396 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. ‰ Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 47 PHSO R100L Human Physiology Laboratory 2.00 Units PSY R102A Interpersonal Relations I 3.00 Units This course emphasizes demonstrations and techniques of Class provides exploration of personal awareness and interaction. commonly utilized laboratory equipment. Lab will primarily consist Students will learn to apply psychological principles of human of analysis, interpretation and evaluation of data gathered relating behavior, and explore ways of knowing themselves and others. to homeostatic mechanisms, functions of the major organ systems Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU. and disease. PREQ: CHEM R110, ANAT R100 & ANAT R100L. 53195 RODRIGUEZ G 05:30pm-09:20pm MTTH LA-16 3.00 COREQ: PHSO R100. NOTE: CRN 53195 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS Field trips may be required. CAN: BIOL 12 (PHSO R100 + R100L). FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54403 CHAPARRO LL 08:00am-10:50am MTW LS-11 3.00 54708 ABRAM MW noon-03:50pm MTWTh LS-3 2.00 NOTE: CRN 54403 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 54708 IS A 7 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 FROM 06/22/2009 TO 08/06/2009 POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIOLOGY POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics 3.00 Units SOC R101 Intro to Sociology 3.00 Units This course provides a study of the Constitutional principles, This course provides students with the ability to perform analysis institutions and politics of American Government with special of historical development of sociology and recent trends in society attention to the dynamics of representative government evident in and the field of study. voting, campaigns, political party politics, legislative process, Field trips may be required. CAN: SOC 2. presidential leadership and the public policy process. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54082 BUTLER M 11:00am-12:50pm MW LA-6 3.00 54086 GUEVARA GY 14.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 Class Listings NOTE: CRN 54086 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS PLUS 6.50 HRS/WK ARR WEB FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/19/2009 and is being offered fully on-line NOTE: CRN 54082 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS as an internet class. To take this class you must be comfortable FROM 05/27/2009 TO 06/17/2009 using a computer, have basic word processing, email and internet Soc. 101 Web-Introduction to Sociology. This is a web based class navigation skills, and be familiar with chat rooms. There may be using Blackboard, accessed through MyVCCCD. Student will on-line chat sessions. After enrolling in the class you MUST send complete important General Education course. Class meets an emailed message to the instructor introducing yourself BEFORE Mon/Wed for four weeks, with online work. the first day of class, to firstname.lastname@example.org, in order to receive Meets 5/27-6/17/09 MW. instructions on how you will connect with the class and the course. 52531 EVANS JE 08:00am-10:50am MTW CSSC-101 3.00 50995 GUEVARA GY 8.00 HRS/WK ARR WEB 3.00 NOTE: CRN 52531 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 50995 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/06/2009 and is being offered fully on-line Soc. 101 Intro to Sociology, the basic course which transfer to CSU as an internet class. To take this class you must be comfortable and UC and General Education and CAN. Includes an analysis of using a computer, have basic word processing, email and internet the development of sociology, recent trends, relationships between navigation skills, and be familiar with chat rooms. There may be social structure and human behaviors, including socialization, on-line chat sessions. After enrolling in the class you MUST send race/ethnic relations, gender, culture and social changes. an emailed message to the instructor introducing yourself BEFORE Satisfies IGETC requirement. MTW 8:00 - 10:50 am. the first day of class, to email@example.com, in order to receive instructions on how you will connect with the class and the course. SOC R102 Social Problems 3.00 Units 55228 GUEVARA GY 05:30pm-09:50pm MW LS-12 3.00 This class is a study of contemporary social problems from a NOTE: CRN 55228 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS theoretical framework, emphasizing social conditions causing social FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 problems, and examining existing programs aimed at their solution. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 51006 SHEAR JL 05:30pm-09:45pm TTh LS-13 3.00 PSYCHOLOGY NOTE: CRN 51006 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/02/2009 TO 08/06/2009 Soc. 102 - Social Problems articulates as a CAN course with PSY R101 General Psychology 3.00 Units CSU and UC, and covers social issues and theoretical frame-works for analyzing social conditions in American Society. Introduction to subject matter of psychology, including scientific Tues/Thurs 5:30pm – 9:45pm method, biology of behavior, conditioning and learning, intelligence, motivation, personality, mental health, and therapy. SOC R103 Race and Ethnic Relations 3.00 Units CAN: PSY 2. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. This course covers topics including analysis of racism and 51333 CHAPARRO LL 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh LS-8 3.00 prejudice in U.S., similarities and differences in racial and ethnic NOTE: CRN 51333 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS group experiences; with emphasis on majority-minority relations FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 among major racial and cultural groups. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54738 RODRIGUEZ G 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LS-8 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54738 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS 54902 BUTLER M 11:00am-02:50pm MW LS-12 3.00 FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 NOTE: CRN 54902 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 06/22/2009 TO 07/29/2009 Soc. 103 - Race and Ethnic Relations, the ethnic diversity required course for transfer to CSU and UC. Includes an analysis of race and ethnic relations in U. S., theories, recent trends in assimilation and pluralism. MW 11:00 - 2:50. Begins 6/22 ends 7/29/09. For current course information go to Contact Dr. Marie Butler, LS "T" building at extension 1941 for www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule more information. * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page 10 for more information. 48 SOC R104 Sex Roles 3.00 Units SPEECH Class explores sex role development and how roles can be changed, role conflicts, common stereotypes of males and SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 3.00 Units females, women as a minority group, aspects of sexuality, and psycho-social implications of the liberation movement; This course provides training and practice in basic principles psycho-social aspects of both sex roles are empha-sized. of effective oral communication through participation in public Transfer credit: CSU;UC. Same as PSY R107. speaking, group discussion, and oral reading. ADVISORY: ENGL R101. Field trips may be required. 55236 SHEAR JL 05:30pm-09:45pm MW LS-13 3.00 CAN: SPCH 4. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. NOTE: CRN 55236 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 54103 AMAR GJ 08:00am-11:15am MTWTh LRC-4 3.00 Soc. 104 - Sex Roles deals with the roles and theories of gender NOTE: CRN 54103 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS in American society. This class can be taken as a Sociology or FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 Psychology class; Transferable to CSU or UC. Satisfies the IGETC Humanities requirement. 54060 GLOVER RL 06:00pm-09:15pm MTWTh LA-14 3.00 Mon/Wed 5:30pm – 9:45pm NOTE: CRN 54060 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 SOC R111 Intro to Social Research 3.00 Units 54100 GLOVER RL 08:00am-10:50am MTW LRC-4 3.00 Students examine fundamental elements of empirical research NOTE: CRN 54100 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS and the ways sociologists think critically. FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 54101 GLOVER RL 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LRC-4 3.00 55235 BUTLER M 04:00pm-06:50pm MW LA-6 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54101 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS NOTE: CRN 55235 IS A 10 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 FROM 05/27/2009 TO 07/29/2009 Soc. 111-Research Methods. This is a transferable, required 50984 AMAR GJ 06:00pm-09:50pm MW LRC-4 3.00 course for the major and is offered at night for ten weeks, NOTE: CRN 50984 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS beginning 5/27 – 7/29/09, MW from 4:00pm – 6:50pm Class Listings FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 50985 RADFORD LJ 06:00pm-09:50pm TTh LRC-4 3.00 NOTE: CRN 50985 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS SPANISH FROM 07/02/2009 TO 08/06/2009 SPAN R101A Elementary Spanish 1A 3.00 Units This is a first semester Spanish course for non-native speakers. It provides an introduction to the language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world. Field trips may be required. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 52022 GARZA-LAIRD M 11:30am-02:45pm MTWTh LRC-3 3.00 NOTE: CRN 52022 IS A 4 WEEK CLASS FROM 05/26/2009 TO 06/18/2009 54106 HARDING SJ 11:00am-01:50pm MTW LRC-3 3.00 NOTE: CRN 54106 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 51062 HARDING SJ 06:00pm-09:50pm MW LRC-3 3.00 NOTE: CRN 51062 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/01/2009 TO 08/05/2009 SPAN R101B Elementary Spanish 1B 3.00 Units Second semester Spanish for non-native speakers. Introduction to language and culture of the Spanish-speaking world, designed for students who have had no formal training in Spanish, emphasis on oral communication and on reading and writing. PREQ: SPAN R101A or equivalent. Transfer credit: CSU;UC. 55260 CENTENO R 06:00pm-09:50pm TTh LA-16 3.00 NOTE: CRN 55260 IS A 6 WEEK CLASS FROM 07/02/2009 TO 08/06/2009 For current course information go to www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule * Indicates off-campus class. See Page 28 for location. Fees are due immediately or you MAY be dropped from classes or a hold placed on your account. 49 Monday/Wednesday/Thursday SUMMER 2009 EVENING CLASSES PE R159A Soccer I 54395 06:00pm-07:50pm Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday PE R159B Soccer II 54396 06:00pm-07:50pm ANAT R101 General Human Anatomy 54984 05:00pm-09:50pm Monday/Thursday CD R106 Child, Family, and Community 53174 05:30pm-08:45pm CD R134 Movement/Music Early Childhood 54088 05:30pm-08:45pm ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit 54164 06:00pm-08:50pm MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 52016 06:00pm-09:50pm ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition 54109 06:00pm-08:50pm ENGL R101 College Composition 51049 06:00pm-09:50pm Tuesday ESL R060 Grammar and Writing 1 54719 06:00pm-08:50pm ENGL R101 College Composition 54163 06:00pm-09:50pm HED R102 Fitness/Nutrition/Health 53975 05:30pm-08:45pm MATH R009 Basic Mathematics 53831 05:30pm-08:45pm Tuesday/Thursday MATH R010 Pre-Algebra 53836 06:00pm-08:15pm MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 51005 06:00pm-08:50pm ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology 51982 05:30pm-08:45pm MATH R014 Intermediate Algebra 53841 06:00pm-08:50pm CD R103 Programs for Young Children 54745 05:30pm-09:45pm MATH R105 Introductory Statistics 55238 06:00pm-08:15pm CD R132 Science in Early Childhood 54124 05:30pm-09:45pm MICR R100 Principles of Microbiology 51023 05:00pm-06:15pm CHST R101 Intro to Chicano Studies 55004 05:30pm-09:45pm MICR R100L Principles of Microbiology Lab 51024 06:30pm-09:20pm ENGT R144 Network+ Certification Prep 54755 06:00pm-09:50pm SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 54060 06:00pm-09:15pm ESL R046 ESL Oral/Listening Skills 54098 06:00pm-09:50pm GEOG R101 Elements of Physical Geography 54703 05:30pm-09:45pm Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday HED R101 Health and Society 53883 05:30pm-08:20pm HIST R102 History of the US I 55003 05:30pm-09:45pm BIOL R101L General Biology Laboratory 53263 07:00pm-09:50pm PE R148 Women's Conditioning 51270 06:00pm-08:50pm MATH R009 Basic Mathematics 54676 06:00pm-08:50pm PE R165 Conditioning for Athletes 51951 05:00pm-06:50pm PE R165 Conditioning for Athletes 54036 07:00pm-08:50pm Monday/Wednesday PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 54087 05:30pm-09:00pm ADS R108 Al/Drugs & Human Development 54657 06:00pm-09:50pm PSY R102A Interpersonal Relations I 53195 05:30pm-09:20pm ART R101 Art Appreciation 50974 05:30pm-09:45pm SOC R102 Social Problems 51006 05:30pm-09:45pm BUS R101A Accounting Principles I 53868 06:00pm-09:50pm SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 50985 06:00pm-09:50pm BUS R101B Accounting Principles II 53155 06:00pm-08:50pm CD R102 Human Development 51944 05:30pm-09:45pm Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday CD R103 Programs for Young Children 51121 05:30pm-09:45pm BUS R001 Preparation for Accounting 53866 06:00pm-09:50pm ECON R102 Principles of Microeconomics 54129 06:00pm-08:00pm CHEM R110 Elementary Chemistry 51025 05:30pm-09:45pm ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit 51058 06:00pm-09:50pm GEOG R102 World Regional Geography 52503 05:30pm-09:45pm Wednesday GEOL R101 Physical Geology 51031 05:30pm-09:45pm BUS R111A Business Law I 52579 06:00pm-08:50pm HIST R103 History of the US II 54113 05:30pm-09:45pm HED R104 Family & Personal Health 55250 06:00pm-08:50pm MATH R014 Intermediate Algebra 52504 06:00pm-09:50pm MATH R121 Calculus II 55257 06:00pm-09:50pm Thursday MUS R118 Introduction to Guitar 53878 05:30pm-09:45pm PE R165 Conditioning for Athletes 54540 04:30pm-06:20pm PE R161B Volleyball II 55256 05:30pm-08:50pm PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 51975 05:30pm-09:45pm PSY R101 General Psychology 54738 05:30pm-08:45pm SOC R111 Intro to Social Research 55235 06:00pm-06:50pm SPAN R101A Elementary Spanish 1A 51062 06:00pm-09:50pm SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 50984 06:00pm-09:50pm For current course information go to www.OxnardCollege.edu/schedule 50 COMUNICADO DE PRENSA Líderes Educacionales Aplauden la Próxima Reducción de las Tarifas para los Colegios Comunitarios de California Regresa la Accesibilidad y los Precios Equitativos para Estudiantes Sacramento, CA – El Secretario de Educación de California, Alan Bersin, y el Rector de los Colegios Comunitarios de California, Marshall “Mark” Drummond, anunciaron una reducción de casi un 25 por ciento a las cuotas de matriculación para los actuales y futuros estudiantes de los 109 colegios comunitarios a través del estado de California. La AB 1802, firmada por el gobernador Arnold Schwarzenegger, y aprobada con el apoyo bipartidario de la Legislatura, es una medida educativa conjunta, que inicia la implementación del Presupuesto Estatal del 2006-2007, el cual incluye la reducción a la cuota de matriculación, de $26 dólares por clase a $20 dólares por clase, a partir del 1 de enero del 2007. PRIVACY ALERT Oxnard College regards the following as “Directory Information” which may be released to the public: student’s name, address, phone, place of birth, current enrollment status, dates of attendance, major field of study, degrees and awards received from the College, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, the most recent public or private school attended by the student. If you desire to withhold “Directory Information,” you must provide written notification to the Vice President of Student Learning prior to the first day of each semester that you are attending. In accordance with the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, all other student information, excluding that designated as Directory Information, cannot be released to a third party without written permission submitted to the college by the student. This law applies to all students attending Oxnard College regardless of the student’s age. CATALOG SCHEDULE OF CLASSES The college catalog specifies the programs and services offered by The Schedule of Classes lists the courses offered for the current term, the college. It lists regulations and requirements, and describes each the course title, days and times of each class, instructor name, class of the courses offered. Not all courses listed in the catalog are location, unit value, academic prerequisites, and transfer information offered each semester. Catalogs are sold in the Bookstore. (if any.) Fees are subject to change. Schedules are available on the web at oxnardcollege.edu/schedule, in the Admissions Office and at various locations throughout the community. CAMPUS ACCIDENT PROCEDURES If you have an accident on campus, it is your responsibility to fill out an Accident Report immediately. This report is available in the Health Center (SS), the Campus Police (SS) (986-5805) and the Evening Program Office (986-5807). The Health Center has to be notified that you have had an accident so that we can inform you about your Student Accident Policy. In the event of an accident that requires you to seek outside medical attention, there is a $50 deductible per accident. To have all of your medical expenses covered, you need to see a Health Care Provider that is on the list. This list can be obtained in the Health Center. For further information, contact Mary Jones, Coordinator, Student Health Center at 986-5832. EMERGENCY ON CAMPUS—Dial 1900 or 5805 WebSTAR ATTENTION: New easy online payment plan (eCashier) on WebSTAR. www.vcccd.net/webstar See page for more information. 51 OXNARD COLLEGE LIFETIME FITNESS CENTER Beautiful new facility ~ State-of-the-Art exercise equipment COME JOIN THE FUN! This new state-of-the-art facility offers an open entry-exit program to provide a flexible schedule for students to arrange their own hours and workout at their own pace. Instructors are present to give personal training tips and customized plans to assist students reach their goals. Advice by our instructors focuses on proper mechanics, aerobic and anaerobic exercises, flexibility, core strength, circuit and free weight training and a variety of options to each person for a great workout every visit! Summer 2009 ~ PE R151A (formerly PE R098J) Sign up for: • 0.5 unit (CRN 55253) course if you plan to work out 2.25 hours a week. • 1.0 unit (CRN 55254) course if you plan to work out 4.75 hours a week. • 1.5 unit (CRN 55255) course if you plan to work out 7.25 hours a week. Hours of Operation: Monday thru Thursday 9:00 am - 1:30pm & 5:00 pm - 9:00pm Closed on Fridays For more information call the Health, PE and Athletics Department: 805-986-5825 52 ADMISSIONS AND RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS ADMISSIONS Being Admitted to Oxnard College Your application for admission must be on file before you can register for classes. Apply on line at www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply Before submitting your application, please make certain you have provided at least two full years of residence information (see details below). Not providing sufficient residence information could delay processing your application. Once your on line application is submitted you will receive an e-mail that provides information on the assessment and orientation matriculation procedure. Questions regarding application for admission, residence requirements, or registration procedures should be directed to the Admissions and Records Office at 986-5810. RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS California state law requires each student enrolled in, or applying for admission to, a California community college to provide the information and evidence deemed necessary by the VCCCD Board of Trustees to determine his/her residence classification. Students 19 Years of Age or Older A student 19 years of age or older may establish residency by meeting the following requirements: 1. Verify physical presence in California one year prior to the day before the start of the semester. Residency is determined by union of act and intent. The one-year period begins when the student is not only present in California, but also has demonstrated clear intent to become a permanent resident of California. 2. Clearly verify an intent to make California a permanent place of residency by: A. Primary Determinants • filing California state tax as a resident • possessing California motor vehicle license plates and registration • possessing a valid California driver's license or a Department of Motor Vehicles ID card • registering to vote in California B. Supplemental Determinants • showing California as a home address on federal tax forms • being a petitioner for divorce in California • obtaining a license from California for professional practice • establishing and maintaining active California bank accounts • owning residential property • holding active membership in service or social clubs • having spouse, children, or other close relatives reside in California 3. Not be involved in conduct inconsistent with a claim of California residency. Some examples of inconsistent conduct which nullify intent are: • maintaining voter registration in another state • being a petitioner for divorce in another state • attending an out-of-state institution as a resident of that state • declaring nonresidency for state income tax purposes • retaining a driver's license and/or keeping a vehicle registered in another state during the time period for which California residence is claimed No one factor is controlling. All criteria must be met. The responsibility for establishing residence lies with the student and proof must be presented. Students Associated with the Armed Forces Students who are members of the armed forces of the United States stationed on active duty in California shall be entitled to resident classification (Education Code 68075.1). Spouses and dependents of military personnel shall be entitled to resident classification until they have resided in the state the minimum time necessary to become a resident (Education Code 68074). Further information regarding residency is available from the Admissions and Records Office at 986-5810. Apply to Oxnard College at www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply If you have an application for admission on file with Moorpark, Oxnard, or Ventura College, login to webSTAR using your Social Security number or ID number and PIN. These Student Services are now available… LOOK WHAT YOU CAN DO! w Locate your registration appointment date w Add/Drop classes. w View/request transcript, account balance, holds w Check your grades w Search for open classes w Update address/phone information w Add closed classes with add authorization code w Pay for classes with Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Exp. w Locate Deadline Dates for short-term courses by CRN w Enrollment verification w CSU and IGETC Transfer Progress/Associate Degree Check www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar w Closed Class Wait List - if you have an e-mail address on file with the college add your name 53 NEED HELP PAYING YOUR ENROLLMENT FEES OR NEED FINANCIAL AID? Financial difficulty is not a reason to put off your education! ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER The Board of Governors Fee Waiver (BOGW) provides a waiver Example of BOGW “C” eligible student of enrollment fees to qualifying students who are California An independent student with a family of three, earning $67,000, residents. A BOGW application is on page 54 (in Spanish on per year may be ELIGIBLE for the Method C Fee Waiver. If your page 57). You are eligible to receive a fee waiver if you are a family size is greater than three family members, you can earn California resident and you meet any ONE of the following up to $67,000 per year and still qualify for the Method C Fee criteria: Waiver. Method A Many students will lose the opportunity to receive the BOGW 1. Are currently receiving benefits from TANF/CalWORKs, Fee Waiver because they did not apply. Do not assume you SSI/SSP or General Assistance; are not eligible. APPLY TODAY. 2. Are a dependent student whose parent(s) are currently Fee waivers are valid for the entire academic year including receiving TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP; Summer semester. 3. Are certified by the California Department of Veterans Affairs FINANCIAL AID or the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent’s fee waiver; In addition to enrollment fee waivers, you may also apply for assistance with other educational expenses, e.g., books, 4. Are a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or are a transportations, etc. The financial aid office has the Free child of a recipient, or a dependent of a victim of the September Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for students who 11, 2001, terrorist attack; wish to apply for financial assistance for the 2008-09 academic year. Those applications cover both federal and state financial 5. Are eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement / aid programs, including the following: fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty. Federal Pell Grant Method B Federal Work Study Meet the income standards below: Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Cal Grants A, B, C and Transfer Grant BOGW-B 2008-2009 Income Standards Interested students should APPLY AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE! Financial aid will be awarded to eligible students subject to FAMILY SIZE YEAR 2008 INCOME availability of funds. For more information and application forms, please contact the financial aid office. Our staff will be happy to 1....................................................$15,315 assist you! 2....................................................$20,535 3....................................................$25,755 4....................................................$30,975 5....................................................$36,195 6....................................................$41,415 7....................................................$46,635 8....................................................$51,855 Each Additional Family Member.........$ 5,220 Oxnard College You must complete the BOGW application FINANCIAL AID OFFICE • LRC-2 to apply for a fee waiver. If you do not meet any of the criteria, you may still qualify for a fee waiver under Method C. (805) 986-5828 Method C To apply for a Method C Enrollment Fee Waiver you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). email: firstname.lastname@example.org Applications are available at your financial aid office or you may apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. If you need assistance completing your application, please contact your financial aid office. www.oxnardcollege.edu/finaid 54 CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES 2008-2009 Board Of Governors Fee Waiver Application This is an application to have your ENROLLMENT FEES WAIVED. This FEE WAIVER is for California residents only. If you need money to help with books, supplies, food, rent, transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) immediately. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information. The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the Financial Aid Office. Note: Students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under Education Code Section 68130.5 (AB 540) are NOT California residents. If you are NOT a California resident, you are not eligible for this fee waiver. Do not complete this application. You may apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA. Name:_________________________________________________________________________ Student ID # ___________________________ Last First Middle Initial Email (if available): ____________________________________________________ Telephone Number: (_______)________________________ Home Address:__________________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: _____/____/________ Street City Zip Code Has the Admissions or the Registrar's Office determined that you are a California resident? o Yes o No IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT The California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act extends new rights, benefits, responsibilities and obligations to individuals in domestic partnerships registered with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code. If you are in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP), you will be treated as an Independent married student to determine eligibility for this Enrollment Fee Waiver and will need to provide income and household information for your domestic partner. If you are a dependent student and your parent is in a Registered Domestic Partnership, you will be treated the same as a student with married parents and income and household information will be required for the parent’s domestic partner. Note: These provisions apply to state student financial aid ONLY, and not to federal student financial aid. Are you or your parent in a Registered Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code? (Answer “Yes” if you or your parent are separated from a Registered Domestic Partner but have NOT FILED a Notice of Termination of Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State’s Office.) o Yes o No If you answered “Yes” to the question above treat the Registered Domestic Partner as a spouse. You are required to include your domestic partner’s income and household information or your parent’s domestic partner’s income and household information in Questions 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. Student Marital Status: o Single o Married o Divorced o Separated o Widowed o Registered Domestic Partnership DEPENDENCY STATUS 1. Were you born before January 1, 1985? o Yes o No 2. As of today, are you married or in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP)? (Answer "Yes" if you are separated but not divorced or have not filed a termination notice to dissolve partnership.) o Yes o No 3. Do you have children who receive more than half of their support from you, or other dependents who live with you (other than your children and spouse/RDP) who receive more than half of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2009? o Yes o No 4. Are (a) both your parents deceased, or (b) are you (or were you until age 18) a ward/dependent of the court ? o Yes o No 5. Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training? o Yes o No w If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions 1 - 5, you are considered an INDEPENDENT student for enrollment fee waiver purposes and must provide income and household information about yourself (and your spouse or RDP if applicable). Skip to Question #8. w If you answered "No" to all questions 1 - 5, complete the following questions: 6. If your parent(s) or his/her RDP filed or will file a 2008 U.S. Income Tax Return, were you, or will you be claimed on their tax return as an exemption by either or both of your parents? o Will Not File o Yes o No 7. Do you live with one or both of your parent(s) and/or his/her RDP? o Yes o No w If you answered "No" to questions 1 - 5 and "Yes" to either question 6 or 7, you must provide income and household information about your PARENT(S)/RDP. Please answer questions for a DEPENDENT student in the sections that follow. w If you answered "No" or "Parent(s) will not file" to question 6, and "No" to question 7, you are a dependent student for all student aid except this enrollment fee waiver. You may answer questions as an INDEPENDENT student on the rest of this application, but please try to get your PARENT information and file a FAFSA so you may be considered for other student aid. You cannot get other student aid without your parent(s’) information. METHOD A ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER 8. Are you (the student ONLY) currently receiving monthly cash assistance for yourself or any dependents from: TANF/CalWORKs? o Yes o No SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Program)? o Yes o No General Assistance? o Yes o No 9. If you are a dependent student, are your parent(s)/RDP receiving monthly cash assistance from TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP as a primary source of income? o Yes o No w If you answered "Yes" to question 8 or 9 you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER. Sign the Certification at the end of this form. You are required to show current proof of benefits. Complete a FAFSA to be eligible for other financial aid opportunities. Continued on other side 55 METHOD B ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER 10. DEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your parent(s)/RDP household? (Include yourself, your parent(s)/RDP, and anyone who lives with your parent(s)/RDP and receives more than 50% of their support from your parents/RDP, now and through June 30, 2009.) _________ 11. INDEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your household? (Include yourself, your spouse/RDP, and anyone who lives with you and receives more than 50% of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2009.) ___________ 12. 2008 Income Information DEPENDENT STUDENT: INDEPENDENT STUDENT: PARENT(S)/ RDP INCOME STUDENT ( & SPOUSE'S/ RDP) INCOME a. Adjusted Gross Income (If 2008 U.S. Income Tax Return was filed, enter the amount from Form 1040, line 37; 1040A, line 21; 1040EZ, line 4). $_____________________ $______________________ b. All other income (Include ALL money received in 2008 that is not included in line (a) above (such as TANF benefits, disability, Social Security, child support). $_____________________ $______________________ TOTAL Income for 2008 (Sum of a + b) $_____________________ $______________________ The Financial Aid Office will review your income and let you know if you qualify for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER under Method B. If you do not qualify using this simple method, you should file a FAFSA. SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS 13. Do you have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver? Submit certification. o Yes o No 14. Do you have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver? Submit certification o Yes o No 15. Are you eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient? Submit documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs o Yes o No 16. Are you eligible as a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack? Submit documentation the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board o Yes o No 17. Are you eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty? Submit documentation from the public agency employer of record o Yes o No w If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions from 13-17, you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER and perhaps other fee waivers or adjustments. Sign the Certification below. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions. CERTIFICATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: READ THIS STATEMENT AND SIGN BELOW I hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that all information on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If asked by an authorized official, I agree to provide proof of this information, which may include a copy of my and my spouse/registered domestic partner and/or my parent's/registered domestic partner’s 2008 U.S. Income Tax Return(s). I also realize that any false statement or failure to give proof when asked may be cause for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of my waiver. I authorize release of information regarding this application between the college, the college district, and the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges. _____________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Applicant’s Signature Date Parent Signature (Dependent Students Only) Date California Information Privacy Act. State and federal laws protect an individual’s right to privacy regarding information pertaining to oneself. The California Information Practices Act of 1977 requires the following information be provided to financial aid applicants who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for requesting information on this form is to determine your eligibility for financial aid. The Chancellor’s Office policy and the policy of the community college to which you are applying for aid authorize maintenance of this information. Failure to provide such information will delay and may even prevent your receipt of financial assistance. This form’s information may be transmitted to other state agencies and the federal government if required by law. Individuals have the right of access to records established from information furnished on this form as it pertains to them. The officials responsible for maintaining the information contained on this form are the financial aid administrators at the institutions to which you are applying for financial aid. The SSN may be used to verify your identity under record keeping systems established prior to January 1, 1975. If your college requires you to provide an SSN and you have questions, you should ask the financial aid officer at your college for further information. The Chancellor’s Office and the California community colleges, in compliance with federal and state laws, do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, domestic partnership or any other legally protected basis. Inquiries regarding these policies may be directed to the financial aid office of the college to which you are applying. FOR OFFICE USE ONLY q BOGFW-A q BOGFW-B q Special Classification RDP q Student is not q TANF/CalWORKs q Veteran q National Guard dep. q Student eligible q GA q BOGFW-C q Medal of Honor q 9/11 Dependent q SSI/SSP q Dependent of deceased law q Parent enforcement/fire suppression personel Comments: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Certified by:______________________________________________________________ Date:__________________________________ 56 ¿NECESITA ASISTENCIA PARA PAGAR LAS CUOTAS DE INSCRIPCIÓN O NECESITA AYUDA ECONÓMICA? ¡Las dificultades económicas no son un obstáculo para postergar su educación! SOLICITUD PARA LA EXENCIÓN DEL PAGO DE LA MATRÍCULA (FEE WAIVER)* La Junta de Gobernadores otorga la Exención del Pago de la EJEMPLO DE UN ESTUDIANTE ELEGIBLE PARA EL “FEE Matrícula a estudiantes elegibles que sean residentes de WAIVER”* POR MEDIO DEL MÉTODO C California. Esta solicitud está disponible en la página 57. Un estudiante independiente con una familia de tres miembros y Usted es elegible para recibirla si es residente de California y con un ingreso de $67,000 por año, podría ser ELEGIBLE para el satisface uno de los siguientes requisitos: Método C y evitar pago de la cuota de inscripción. Si el número de personas en su familia es superior a tres, usted puede ganar Método A hasta $67,000 y aún ser elegible bajo el Método C y evitar pago 1. Está actualmente recibiendo Asistencia Temporal para Familias de la cuota de inscripción. Necesitadas (TANF)/Asistencia Social (CalWORKS), Beneficios de Seguro Social/ Beneficios de Seguro Social Suplementario Muchos estudiantes pierden la oportunidad de recibir el “fee (SSI/SSP). waiver” * por que no lo solicitan. No deduzca que no es elegible. 2. Es alumno dependiente cuyos padres actualmente reciben ¡SOLICÍTELO HOY!! TANF/CalWorks o SSI/SSP. 3. Está acreditado como alumno dependiente por el El “fee waiver”* tiene validez durante todo el año académico, Departamento de California de Asuntos de Veteranos o de la incluyendo la sesión de verano. Guardia Nacional de California para recibir el “fee waiver”*. 4. Es usted elegible por ser recipiente de la Medalla de Honor del AYUDA FINANCIERA ESTUDIANTIL Congreso o hijo de alguien que la haya recibido; o por ser dependiente de una víctima de los ataques terroristas del 11 de Además del “fee waiver”*, usted también puede solicitar septiembre. asistencia monetaria para libros, comida, renta y transporte. La 5. Es usted elegible por ser dependiente de un policía o bombero Oficina de Ayuda Financiera provee la Solicitud Gratuita de Ayuda que haya muerto en el cumplimiento del deber. Federal Estudiantil (FAFSA) a los alumnos que desean solicitar asistencia monetaria para el año académico 2008-2009. La Método B solicitud FAFSA ofrece ambos programas de ayuda financiera Satisface las pautas de ingreso a continuación: estudiantil federal y estatal, incluyendo los siguientes: Beca Federal Pell * Becas Cal Grant A, B, C Pautas de Ingreso del “Fee Waiver”* Beca Federal de Trabajo-Estudio Beca Federal Complementaria para Oportunidades NÚMERO DE PERSONAS INGRESO DEL AÑO 2008 Educativas EN SU HOGAR Beca para Transferirse 1....................................................$15,315 2....................................................$20,535 ¡Los alumnos interesados deben presentar su solicitud a la 3....................................................$25,755 brevedad. La ayuda financiera estudiantil se otorgará a los 4....................................................$30,975 estudiantes elegibles y está sujeta a la disponibilidad de fondos. 5....................................................$36,195 Para adquirir formularios o información adicional, póngase en 6....................................................$41,415 contacto con la Oficina de Ayuda Financiera: ¡nuestro personal le 7....................................................$46,635 asistirá con mucho gusto! 8....................................................$51,855 POR CADA MIEMBRO ADICIONAL.........$ 5,220 Tiene que llenar la solicitud para solicitar evitar el pago de la cuota de inscripción. Colegio de Oxnard Si usted no satisface las previas normas establecidas, usted Oficina de Ayuda Financiera * LRC-2 todavía puede recibir el “fee waiver”* por medio del Método C. (805) 986-5828 Método C correo electrónico: email@example.com Para ser elegible para evitar el pago de la cuota de inscripción bajo el Método C, usted debe llenar la Solicitud Gratuita de Ayuda Federal Estudiantil (FAFSA) 2008-2009, disponible en la Oficina www.oxnardcollege.edu/finaid de Ayuda Financiera o por la Internet en www.fafsa.ed.gov. Si desea asistencia para llenar esta solicitud, póngase en contacto con la Oficina de Ayuda Financiera. 57 SOLICITUD DE EXENCIÓN DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN 2008-2009 (Fee Waiver) Junta Directiva de los Colegios Comunitarios de California Esta solicitud se utiliza para recibir su EXENCIÓN DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN. Esta EXENCIÓN DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN (fee waiver) es exclusivamente para residentes de California. Si necesita ayuda económica para la compra de libros, útiles escolares, alimentos, pago de renta, transporte y otros gastos, llene a la brevedad posible la SOLICITUD GRATUITA DE AYUDA FEDERAL PARA ESTUDIANTES (FAFSA por sus siglas en inglés). La FAFSA está disponible en la red www.fafsa.ed.gov o en la Oficina de Ayuda Económica. Nota aclaratoria: Los estudiantes que han sido exentos del pago de inscripción como no residentes de California, según la Cláusula 68130.5 (AB 540) del Código de Educación NO SE CONSIDERAN RESIDENTES DE CALIFORNIA para efectos de esta solicitud. Si usted NO es residente de California, no es elegible para recibir la exención de pago de inscripción. Por lo tanto, no llene esta solicitud. Puede solicitar ayuda económica llenando la FAFSA. Nombre:____________________________________________________ Núm. de estudiante (900.) o Núm. de Seguro Social ________________ Apellido Nombre Inicial del Segundo Nombre Correo electrónico (opcional): ________________________________________________ Número de Teléfono: (______)________________ Dirección:______________________________________________________________________ Fecha de Nacimiento: _____/_____/_____ Calle Ciudad Código Postal ¿HA DETRMINADO LA OFICINA DE ADMISIONES QUE USTED ES RESIDENTE DE CALIFORNIA? o Sí o No IMPLEMENTACIÓN DEL ESTATUTO DE CALIFORNIA DE DERECHOS Y RESPONSABILIDADES DE PAREJAS DOMÉSTICAS El Estatuto de California de Derechos y Responsabilidades de Parejas Domésticas concede nuevos derechos, beneficios, responsabilidades y obliga- ciones a los individuos que están en una Relación Doméstica Registrada en la Secretaría del Estado de California, bajo la sección 297 del Código de Familia. Si usted está en una Relación Doméstica Registrada (RDP por sus siglas en inglés), se le considera estudiante independiente-casado a fin de que se establezca la elegibilidad a esta EXENCIÓN DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN; y, deberá proveer el ingreso y la información sobre el número de personas que integran el hogar de usted y de su pareja doméstica. Si usted es un estudiante dependiente y su padre o madre está en una RDP, se le considera igual que a un estudiante de padres casados y deberá proveer el ingreso de la pareja doméstica de su padre o madre. Nota aclaratoria: Estas cláusulas se aplican sólo a los solicitantes de la ayuda económica estatal y por lo tanto, excluyen toda ayuda económica federal. ¿Está usted o su padre o madre en una Relación Doméstica Registrada con la Secretaría del Estado de California, bajo la cláusula 297 del Código de Familia? (Responda Sí si su padre o madre está separado/a de su RDP, SIN HABER PRESENTADO un aviso de Terminación [Notice of Termination of Domestic Partnership] en la Oficina de la Secretaría del Estado de California.) o Sí o No Si respondió Sí a la pregunta anterior tiene que incluir a su pareja doméstica registrada como su cónyuge. Debe incluir la información familiar y el ingreso de su pareja, o de la pareja doméstica de su padreo o madre en las preguntas 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. ESTADO CIVIL: oSOLTERO/A oCASADO/A oDIVORCIADO/A oSEPARADO/A o VIUDO/A o PAREJA DOMÉSTICA REGISTRADA (RDP) ESTADO DE DEPENDENCIA 1. ¿Nació usted antes del 1 de enero de 1985? o Sí o No 2. Actualmente, ¿está casado o está en una Relación Doméstica Registrada? (Responda “sí” si está separado/a, pero no divorciado/a o si no presentó un aviso de terminación para disolver su relación.) o Sí o No 3. ¿Usted tiene hijos que reciben más de la mitad de su sustento económico u otros dependientes que tiene a su cargo (que no sean sus hijos ni su cónyuge) que viven con usted y que reciben más de la mitad de su sustento económico entre hoy y el 30 de junio de 2009? o Sí o No 4. ¿Han fallecido tanto su padre como su madre? O bien, ¿está usted bajo la tutela de los tribunales (o lo estuvo hasta los 18 años de edad)? o Sí o No 5. ¿Es usted veterano de las Fuerzas Armadas de EE.UU. o actualmente presta servicio activo a las Fuerzas Armadas de EE.UU. para fines ajenos al entrenamiento? o Sí o No w Si usted respondió Sí a cualquiera de las preguntas de 1 a 5, se le considera estudiante INDEPENDIENTE para fines de esta solicitud de exención de inscripción y debe proveer tanto su información familiar e ingreso como el de su cónyuge o RDP (si correspondiera). Pase a la pregunta #8. w Si usted respondió No a todas las preguntas de 1 a 5, conteste las siguientes preguntas: 6. Si sus padres (o RDP) presentaron o presentarán una Declaración de Impuestos del año 2008, ¿usted fue o será considerado exención (dependiente) de cualquiera de sus padres? o No presentarán Declaración de Impuestos o Sí o No 7. ¿Vive usted con alguno o ambos padres (y/o su RDP, si correspondiera)? o Sí o No w Si usted respondió No a las preguntas 1 a 5 y Sí a cualquiera de las preguntas 6 o 7, debe proporcionar tanto la información familiar como los ingresos de su/s padre/s (o RDP). Conteste las preguntas para estudiantes DEPENDIENTES en las Secciones que siguen. w Si respondió No o Padres no presentarán a la pregunta 6 y No a la pregunta 7, usted es estudiante dependiente para toda ayuda estudiantil a excepción a esta EXENCIÓN DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN. Llene las preguntas que siguen como estudiante INDEPEN- DIENTE, pero intente obtener la información de su/s padre/s y presente la solicitud FAFSA para que se le considere para otro tipo de ayuda económica. No puede recibir otra ayuda económica sin la información de su/s padre/s. MÉTODO A 8. Actualmente, ¿está recibiendo mensualmente (sólo el estudiante) ayuda monetaria de: Programa TANF/CalWORKs? o Sí o No Programa de Ingreso Suplementario de Seguro Social (SSI/SSP)? o Sí o No Programa de Asistencia General? o Sí o No 9. Si es estudiante dependiente, ¿están su/s padre/s (o RDP) recibiendo ayuda monetaria de TANF/CalWorks, SSI/SSP como fuente principal de sus ingresos? o Sí o No Si usted respondió Sí a la pregunta 8 o 9, es elegible para la EXENCIÓN DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN. Firme la certificación al final de este formulario. Debe entregar constancia al día que indique que es elegible para este/os beneficio/s. Solicite a la Oficina de Ayuda Económica una FAFSA para calificar para otras oportunidades de ayuda económica. 58 MÉTODO B 10. ESTUDIANTE DEPENDIENTE. ¿Cuántas personas hay en la familia de su/s padre/s? (inclúyase a sí mismo, su/s padre/s y cualquier otra persona que vive con su/s padre/s o RDP y que recibe más del 50% de su manutención entre hoy y el 30 de junio de 2009.) _________ 11. ESTUDIANTE INDEPENDIENTE. ¿Cuántas personas hay en su familia? (inclúyase a sí mismo, su cónyuge/RDP y cualquier otra persona que vive con usted y que recibe más del 50% de su manutención entre hoy y el 30 de junio de 2009.) ________ 12. Información sobre los Ingresos del 2008 Estudiante Dependiente: Estudiante Independiente: Ingreso del Padre/s Ingreso del Estudiante, cónyuge o RDP o RDP a. Ingreso Bruto Ajustado ((Si presentó la Declaración de Impuestos de 2008, escriba la cantidad del formulario 1040, línea 37; 1040A, línea 21; 1040EZ, línea 4). $___________________ $_______________________ b. Todo otro ingreso (Incluya todo el dinero recibido en el 2008 que no está incluido en la líneas de arriba (i.e. beneficios de discapacidad, Seguro Social, pensión alimenticia, CalWorks). $___________________ $_______________________ TOTAL de ingresos del 2008 (Sume a + b) $___________________ $_______________________ La oficina de Ayuda Económica revisará sus ingresos y le notificará si es elegible para la EXENCIÓN DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN por medio del Método B. Si no es elegible usando este método sencillo, le recomendamos que llene la FAFSA. CLASIFICACIONES ESPECIALES PARA SER EXENTO DE PAGO DE INSCRIPCIÓN 13. ¿Tiene usted Certificación del Departamento de California de Asuntos para Veteranos que establezca que es dependiente elegible para esta exención? Presente constancia. o Sí o No 14. ¿Tiene usted Certificación de la Guardia Nacional General que establezca que es dependiente elegible para esta exención? Presente constancia. o Sí o No 15. ¿Es usted elegible por ser beneficiario de la Medalla de Honor del Congreso o por ser hijo de alguien quien la recibió? Presente constancia del Departamento de Asuntos para Veteranos. o Sí o No 16. ¿Es usted elegible por ser dependiente de una víctima de los atentados terroristas del 11 de septiembre del 2001? Presente constancia del CA Victim Compensation y del Government Claims Board. o Sí o No 17. ¿Es usted elegible por ser dependiente de un agente de la autoridad o personal de control de incendios que pereció en el cumplimiento de su deber? Presente constancia de la Agencia pública que haya sido el empleador o Sí o No w Si respondió Sí a cualquiera de las preguntas de 13 a 17, es elegible para ser exento del pago de inscripción y tal vez para otro tipo de reducción de cuotas. Firme la certificación de abajo. Si tiene preguntas, póngase en contacto con la Oficina de Ayuda Económica. LEA, FIRME Y FECHE LA CERTIFICACIÓN QUE SIGUE Por este acto juro o afirmo, bajo pena de perjurio, que toda la información en este formulario es verdadera y completa según mi leal saber y entender. Si personal autorizado me lo pide, accedo a proveer pruebas sobre este contenido, que podrían consistir en una fotocopia de mi Declaración de Impuestos de 2008 como la de mi cónyuge/RDP o la de mi/s padre/s y/o su RDP. También entiendo que cualquier aseveración falsa o la falta de cumplimiento a proveer pruebas cuando se me pidan podría ser causa de negación, reducción o retiro y/o devolución de mi exención de pago de inscripción. Autorizo el intercambio de información relacionada a esta solicitud entre el colegio, el distrito del colegio y la Oficina del Rector de los Colegios Comunitarios de California (Chancellor’s Office). _____________________________________________ _________________________________________________ Firma del solicitante Fecha Firma del padre (Sólo para estudiantes dependientes) Fecha Estatuto de California sobre la Ley de Confidencialidad. Las leyes federales y estatales protegen el derecho del individuo a la privacidad con respecto a su información personal. El Acta de 1977 de California sobre Prácticas de Información (California Information Practices Act 1977) requiere que la siguiente información sea entregada a todos los solicitantes de la ayuda económica a quiénes se les ha pedido proveer su información personal. La información que proporcione en este formulario se usará para determinar si usted tiene el derecho a recibir la ayuda económica. La política de la Oficina del Rector de los Colegios Comunitarios (Chancellor’s Office) y la política del colegio comunitario a quien ha solicitado la ayuda económica autoriza el uso de esta información. La omisión de dicha información demoraría y hasta podría prevenirle de recibir la ayuda económica. La información en este formulario podría ser cedida a otros organismos estatales y al gobierno federal, si es requerido por ley. Los individuos tienen el derecho a acceder su historial personal establecido en base a su información personal proveída. La autoridad responsable de mantener la información incluida en este formulario son los administradores de la ayuda financiera de la institución a la cual está solicitando la ayuda económica. El número de Seguro Social podría ser utilizado para verificar su identidad bajo el sistema de registros establecido antes del 1ro de enero de 1975. Si su colegio comunitario le pide que proporcione su número de Seguro Social y tiene alguna pregunta, pida más información al administrador de la oficina de Ayuda Financiera de su colegio. La Oficina del Rector y los Colegios Comunitarios, de acuerdo con las leyes federales y estatales, no discrimina en base a raza, religión, color, nacionalidad, sexo, edad, incapacidad, condición médica, orientación sexual, relación doméstica registrada, o cualquier otra condición amparada legalmente. Cualquier pregunta sobre estas políticas podrá ser dirigida a la Oficina de Ayuda Financiera del colegio al cual esté solicitando. FOR OFFICE USE ONLY q BOGFW-A q BOGFW-B q Special Classification RDP q Student is not q TANF/CalWORKs q Veteran q National Guard dep. q Student eligible q GA q BOGFW-C q Medal of Honor q 9/11 Dependent q SSI/SSP q Dependent of deceased law q Parent enforcement/fire suppression personel Comments: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Certified by:______________________________________________________________ Date:__________________________________ 59 Mission Statement, Vision, and Goals Oxnard College promotes high quality teaching and learning that Oxnard College Strategic Goals meet the needs of a diverse student population. As a multicultural, 1. To develop and strengthen a positive college image in our comprehensive institution of higher learning, Oxnard College works community. to empower and inspire students to succeed in their personal and 2. To obtain additional financial and human resources to strength- educational goals and aspirations. en the institution. 3. To provide facilities, technology, and other learning resources As a unique and accessible community resource, our mission is to necessary to meet the educational and cultural needs of our provide and promote student learning: growing community. 4. To enhance the economic, cultural, and social well-being of • Transfer, occupational, and general education, second language individuals and families in our community. acquisition, and basic skills development; 5. To use research and program review to assess program quality and guide institutional development. • Student services and programs; 6. To maximize student success. • Educational partnerships and economic development; and Philosophy of the College Wise I may not call them; for that is a great name that belongs to • Opportunities for lifelong learning. God alone-lovers of wisdom or philosophers is their modest and befitting title. --Socrates Oxnard College intends to lead its community to fulfill its highest potential. Oxnard College is dedicated to the philosophy of providing educa- tional programs that develop individual abilities, strengthen human The Oxnard College Vision relationships, enhance community life, and heighten global con- The collaborative learning community of Oxnard College will... sciousness. We recognize that the process of education is a process • rely upon scholarly, comprehensive, and current knowledge in all of exploration that depends on mutual responsibility. areas of instruction and service; • provide innovative, appropriate, and effective instruction for stu- The College schedules programs that reflect changing local, national, dent success; and international needs. Dedicated professionals create an environ- • facilitate and maximize students’ use of services that enables ment that stimulates intellectual curiosity, nurtures learning, and their educational success; develops an understanding of society and how individuals can influ- • encourage students to enjoy self-reliant, lifelong learning; ence its workings. The students develop self-understanding, pursue • ensure student and staff access to technology and develop educational objectives, and ultimately stand accountable for proficiency in all forms of communication, information retrieval, their own progress. critical thinking and applied analysis; • demonstrate and embrace respect for varied educational needs Oxnard College celebrates diversity and cultural understanding at all and cultural contributions; levels throughout the campus. Cultural and aesthetic activities are • enhance our students’ connections to the world by promoting also relevant in today’s society and are to be fostered. The College leadership qualities, their understanding of global strives to provide open-access to educational opportunities so that inter-dependence, their appreciation of vast diversity of human every adult, regardless of age, sex, race, disability, or ethnic socioe- cultures, and their cross-cultural competencies; conomic, cultural or educational background shall have the opportu- • establish mutually beneficial relationships with the industries and nity for appropriate education to fulfill his or her potential. communities we serve; • provide leadership and resources for economic development and Oxnard College looks to the past to understand the present in order for improving the quality of life within the region; to produce a more successful future. It strives to be innovative and • challenge students and the entire staff to a commitment in serv- responsive to the educational needs and demands of society in an ing their communities and fellow human beings; atmosphere of shared governance, mutual respect, and trust. Oxnard • promote a community culture of kindness, respect and integrity; College is responsive not only to community needs but also to the • secure sufficient resources – material, financial and otherwise – needs of our larger society. to facilitate the accomplishment of all of the above. Oxnard College’s Core Values We, the members of Oxnard College, are inspired by and will strive to exemplify through our collaborative actions the following core val- ues: Diversity and Commonality We value others and ourselves as unique individuals and embrace the commonalities and the differences that promote the best of who we are. AB540 Excellence NONRESIDENT TUITION EXEMPTION We value vision, creativity, risk taking and innovation to achieve and sustain excellence. In accordance with Education Code section 68130.5, any student, Integrity and Civility other than a student who is a nonimmigrant alien under 8 U.S.C. We value integrity, honesty and congruence in action and word by 1101(a)(15), shall be exempt from paying nonresident tuition at any demonstrating kindness and respect in all our interactions. community college district after filling out a questionnaire form Learning prescribed by the State Chancellor if he or she: We value learning as a lifelong process in the pursuit of knowledge 1. Attended high school in California for three years or more; and and personal growth. 2. Graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent Shared Decision Making of such graduation. We value shared decision making (shared governance) as the For further details please contact the Admission Office at process that provides each of us the opportunity to build consensus. (805) 986-5810. 60 ASSESSMENT TESTING SCHEDULE MATRICULATION: STEPS TO SUCCESS Submit your application for admission online at www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply or on campus in Room LRC 1 (assistance available) before coming to be assessed, or making an appointment for Orientation/Group Counseling. If you have not purchased a regular parking permit, please obtain a visitor permit from Parking Lot “A” (Corner of Simpson Drive and South Campus Road.) 1 Application for Admission Submitted online @www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply or in Room LRC1 2 ASSESSMENT DAYS & TIMES WALK-INS! NO APPOINTMENTS NEEDED! MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY 8:30 am – 6:00 pm FRIDAY Closed You will need approximately 2 hours to take the Assessment! ATB TESTING (Financial Aid) If you have questions, please call the Assessment Office at (805) 986-5864 • Make an appointment in room LRC 5A • Testing Days: 1st & 3rd Mondays 3 ORIENTATION/GROUP COUNSELING (English & ESL Sessions) • Hours: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm • Allow 2 hours for test To schedule an Orientation appointment, please call the • Questions?? Contact Ms. Williams Counseling Office (805) 986-5816, or come in person to (805) 986-5800 ext. 1955 the Counseling Office/LRC Building, Room LRC 22. MATRICULACIÓN: PASOS AL EXITO Debe remitir su solicitud de admisión por internet, www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply o en el salón LRC1 (asistencia disponible), antes de ser evaluado o de pedir una cita para una orientación o asesoría. Si no ha comprado un permiso de estacionamiento, por favor obtenga un permiso de visitante en el estacionamiento “A” (localizado en la esquina de Simpson Drive y South Campus Road). 1 Remita su solicitud de admisión por internet, www.oxnardcollege.edu/apply o en el salón LRC1 2 HORARIOS DE LA EVALUACION No se necesita hacer citas! Lunes, martes, miercoles, jueves 8:30 am – 6:00pm Viernes Cerrado Si tiene alguna pregunta, por favor llame al (805) 986-5864 3 Examen de Ayuda Financiera (ATB) PARA EL EXAMEN DE AYUDA FINANCIERA NECESITA HACER CITA Examen de Ayuda Financiera (ATB) ATB • Pida una cita en el salón LRC 5A Horarios para el examen • Días: Primer y tercer lunes del mes Primer y tercer lunes del mes solamente 8:30am – 12:30pm • Horario: 8:30 am – 12:30 pm • El examen dura dos horas Puede hacer las citas en el salón LRC 5A, o llamar al • Preguntas? Por favor llame a Ms. Williams (805) 986-5864 (805) 986-5800 ext. 1955 Para obtener más información del examen de ayuda financiera por favor llame a Suzette Williams (805) 986-5864 Por favor trate de llegar 10 minutos antes de su cita. Las personas que lleguen con retraso no serán admitidas. No existe cobro alguno. 61 order to receive credit for the course. POLICIES & FEES 5. If you audit a course, you may not take the class exams. 6. Instructors are under no obligation to grade assignments of students auditing a course. Information in this document subject to change. Students enrolled in classes to receive credit for ten or more units shall See oxnardcollege.edu for most current changes. not be charged a fee to audit three or fewer semester units. Matriculation Exemption Policy Courses Open to Enrollment During the admissions process, all first-time students are classified as exempt or non-exempt from the matriculation process or any of the Each course offered by the Ventura County Community College District individual steps. Oxnard College's exemption policy is outlined below. and its colleges is open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the college and who meets the prerequisites Criteria for Exemption from Orientation, Assessment, or to the class or program, unless specifically exempted by the state. Counseling Advisement Credit by Examination You may be exempted if… 1. You have already earned an AA/AS degree or higher. Each division of the college determines the courses for which credit by 2. You have completed a basic skills assessment or prerequisite examination may be granted. This list is maintained in the Office of courses at other colleges and can demonstrate this with Student Learning. Units which are earned through credit by exam to documentation. establish eligibility for athletics, financial aid, and veteran’s benefits are 3. You are concurrently enrolled at another college in the district, or subject to the rules and regulations of the external agencies involved. If a four-year college or university, and have completed fewer than you wish to petition for credit by examination, you should make an 16 units of college credit. appointment with a counselor. Do not enroll in the class you are 4. You have completed fewer than 16 units and your educational attempting to challenge. Credit by examination may only be granted if goals are among the following: you are currently enrolled in at least one credit course at the college, a. Updating or advancement of job skills. have completed 12 units in residence in the colleges of the VCCCD, are b. Maintenance of a certificate (e.g., nursing or real estate). not on academic probation, have submitted transcripts of all previous c. Educational development. course work, have not earned credit in more advanced subject matter, d. Personal interest. have not been or are not currently enrolled in the subject course as an auditor, and have not received a grade (A, B, C, D, F, P, NP or Alternative Matriculation Services equivalent) in the course for which credit by exam is being petitioned. Oxnard College provides the following alternative matriculation Approved petitions for credit by exam must be on file with the services: administering instructor. The exam must be administered prior to the 1. Admissions and registration materials in Spanish for those who last day of the session for which you are enrolled. A grade of “P” or “NP” need assistance. Contact the Admissions and Records Office. will be given for the exam. There is a $20 per unit fee for the exam. 2. If you have a physical, visual, or communication limitation that Payments must be made to the Student Business Office prior to might require special assistance for any segment of the submitting the approved petition with the administering instructor. matriculation process, please contact the Educational Assistance Center located in the Student Services building. If you have PASS/NO PASS Grading Option (formerly Credit/No Credit) questions, challenges, or need for further information regarding the matriculation process or any of the component steps, contact Some courses have a “PASS/NO PASS ” grading option available to the Admissions and Records Office or the Counseling Office in the students. Check the college catalog (not the schedule) to see whether LRC building. the course you are enrolling in has this option. If it does and you choose 3. Prerequisite/Co-requisite Challenge. If there is any prerequisite or this option, you must complete a Request for PASS/NO PASS form co-requisite that you disagree with or that prevents you from available in the Admissions and Records Office. This form must be entering a class, please pick up a challenge form in the Student returned to the Admissions and Records Office by no later than the first Learning Office. 30% of the class. By exercising this option, you will receive a grade of “P” which denotes work equivalent to a letter grade of “C” or better. A Academic Dismissal maximum of 20 units of “P” may be applied to an AA or AS degree or a certificate of achievement. Units earned on a PASS/NO PASS basis If you are placed on Academic Dismissal status, you must see a may not be used to calculate grade point averages. However, units counselor prior to registering. Complete information about academic attempted for which “NP” (D,F) is recorded shall be considered in dismissal is in the college catalog. probation and dismissal policies. You should be aware that other Auditing a Class colleges and universities may restrict the acceptance of courses taken on a PASS/NO PASS basis, especially in satisfaction of major or 1. You may petition to audit a maximum of one 3-unit class per general education requirements. Consult your counselor for more semester or summer session. information. 2. Obtain an Audit Form from the Admissions and Records Office and have the class instructor sign the form. Course Repetition Policy 3. Audit fees are $15 per unit (plus a $17 health fee during the regular semester or a $14 health fee during Summer session.) Regulations of Title V of the California Code of Regulations strictly limit Pay at the Student Business Office. how many times you may repeat courses. Ordinarily, you may not 4. Take the signed Audit Form to the Admissions and Records repeat for credit any course which you have completed previously with a Office for processing during the last two days of the Program satisfactory grade (C/P or better). The college catalog identifies those Adjustment period. courses which may be repeated for a specific number of times. (Petition 5. No class credit is given. Audit fees are non-refundable. for Course Repetition forms are available in the Counseling Office.) Audit Rules Course Prerequisites, Corequisites, and Recommended Preparation 1. You may audit one class per semester or summer session. 2. The Audit Form is accepted only during the last two days of the A course prerequisite indicates the preparation which is required to published add/drop period. complete a particular course successfully. For example, if you enroll in 3. Enrollment in any audited course may not be changed in an general chemistry, you are likely to have difficulty in the course without attempt to receive credit for the course. adequate preparation in algebra. 4. Audited courses may not be challenged at a later date in ‰ ‰ 62 A course corequisite indicates the course or courses in which you must Maximum Units Allowed be concurrently enrolled in order to succeed in a specific course for which you are registered. You may register for up to 19.5 units in a regular semester (9 units for Recommended preparation indicates the preparation suggested by the Summer) without obtaining the approval of a counselor. An Academic faculty to complete a particular course successfully. While encouraged Overload Petition is required to exceed these maximum units. Forms to do so, you do not have to satisfy recommended preparation are available in the Counseling Office. guidelines to enroll in a course. Course prerequisites, corequisites, or recommended preparation are Outstanding Obligations specified within course descriptions announced in the catalog; they are also specified in this schedule of classes. A course has no prerequisites If you owe course enrollment fees, library fines, bookstore charges, or corequisites unless so designated. You are expected to have financial aid loans, or Student Fee Installment Agreements from past satisfied the prerequisite or corequisite requirements for all courses in semesters, you must clear these obligations before you register for which you enroll. classes, obtain grades, obtain transcripts or any other student records. A “hold” will be placed on your student records until you pay all out- If you have the equivalent past experience, have completed standing obligations in full. Please pay your obligation at the Student appropriate course work, or desire to challenge the validity of a Business Office located in the Bookstore, or with a Visa, Mastercard, prerequisite/corequisite, the state law permits that process. The petition Discovery or American Express online at oxnarcollege.edu/webstar. for the aforementioned challenge is available in the Counseling Office. The challenge process requires you to show specific grounds for Oxnard College No Smoking Regulations waiving the prerequisite or corequisite. The grounds you may use to pursue a challenge are as follows: Oxnard College is a Smoke Free Campus. Smoking is prohibited in all college buildings, vehicles, indoor and outdoor facilities, interior bus 1. You will be subject to undue delay in attaining the goal of your stops, designated campus entrances and all open areas. Smoking is educational plan because the prerequisite or corequisite course permitted only in campus parking lots. All smoking materials including has not been made reasonably available. cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other apparatus used to smoke organic 2. The prerequisite or corequisite is not valid because it is not and non-organic materials must be extinguished and/or properly necessary for success in the course for which it is required. disposed of in the designated receptacles located in the parking lots 3. The prerequisite or corequisite is unlawfully discriminatory or is before entering our smoke free campus. being applied in an unlawfully discriminatory manner. 4. You have the knowledge or ability to succeed in the course *Smoking Cessation Counseling and Patches are available free at the despite not meeting the prerequisite or corequisite. Student Health Center. Full-Time Status **Enforcement: • first time offenders will be informed of the new regulation You are a full-time student if you are registered in 12 units or more in a • repeat offenders who are students - the Dean of Student Services regular semester; 4 units or more in a summer session. will be notified • repeat offenders who are employees – the Dean of their division Dropping a Class or Withdrawing From School will be notified You may drop a class by using one of the methods listed below: Requesting Your Oxnard College Transcripts • on the web at www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar You may request official copies of your Oxnard College transcripts • in person at the Admissions Office (LRC Bldg) (form available at www.oxnardcollege.edu/transcripts) by A& R Hours are Mon - Thurs 8 am - 7 pm completing and submitting a Transcript Request form to the Admissions Office. Requests are also accepted by mail, providing they include all of IF YOU WITHDRAW FROM CLASS WITHOUT PAYING YOUR the following information: STUDENT FEES, YOU MAY STILL BE LIABLE FOR THOSE FEES, AND A “HOLD” WILL BE PLACED ON YOUR STUDENT RECORDS • Full name, including prior names UNTIL THEY ARE PAID IN FULL. CONTACT THE STUDENT • Date of birth, social security number (or college ID number) BUSINESS OFFICE AT 986-5811 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS • Dates of attendance ABOUT YOUR STUDENT FEES. • Clear instructions as to where transcripts are to be sent. • Signature required Grades Fees are $3 for regular processing (allow a minimum of three weeks) Grades are available approximately 3 weeks after the last day of any and $5 for RUSH processing (3 days). The first 2 transcripts that you semester or summer session. You may obtain your grade report by request are free of charge (RUSH excluded). Unofficial copies of your doing one of the following: transcript are available at www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar free of • Student Web — www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar (free) charge. Pay fees at the Business Office or call 986-5811. • Request a transcript to the Admissions Office. (Signature required) 4000 S. Rose Ave., Oxnard, Ca 93033. Transcripts – Incoming From Other Colleges High School Students 1. All new students are required to forward their high school transcripts if they have attended high school in the past three Qualified local high school students may enroll for classes at Oxnard years. College without paying enrollment fees up to 11 units, under the Special 2. All veterans and financial aid students are required to forward Admission program. However, students must pay the mandatory transcripts of any courses completed at other colleges and health, student representation, and student center fees. Students universities. who are not California residents must also pay nonresident tuition. 3. All students enrolling in any math courses are required to forward transcripts of any math courses completed either in high school or at other colleges and universities during the past three years. 4. All applicants for associate degrees and/or certificates of achievement are required to forward transcripts of any courses completed at other colleges and universities. ‰ 63 5. Programs with special admissions requirements such as varsity athletics require a student to file all high school and college MANDATORY FEES transcripts to verify eligibility. 6. All other students are urged to have transcripts of both high All fees are due and payable immediately. Students who do not school and college work forwarded to the Admissions Office. pay their fees in a timely manner may have one or both of the following actions taken: be dropped from their classes and required Veterans' Affairs to re-enroll and/or have a financial hold placed against their records which until paid will prevent all enrollment, drops, and withdrawals, prohibit access to transcripts, grades, and limit access to certain The Veterans’ Readjustment Act of 1966 (PL 89-358) provides campus services. educational assistance for veterans who served on active duty for a period of more than 180 days. Students who drop classes after the refund deadline are held The monthly basic educational assistance allowance for training may be responsible for all fees owed. Review deadline dates on page 7. paid on a full-time (12 units), three quarter-time (9 units), or half-time If you need assistance to pay your fees, contact the Financial Aid (6 units) basis. Office at 986-5828. All veterans receiving Veteran’s Educational Benefits are required to: 1. Submit to the Admissions and Records Office official academic Enrollment fee for all students transcripts from each college previously attended, $20.00 per unit, $10.00 per 1/2 unit, $5.00 per 1/4 unit 2. Complete a Student Educational Plan (SEP) with a VA college counselor and submit the SEP to the VA representative in the Non-resident tuition for non-California residents is $181 for Summer Admissions Office. and $189 for Fall per unit plus Enrollment, Health, Student Rep and Courses will not be certified for VA benefits until this is completed. Student Center fees. Only courses that meet requirements for the major and degree objective indicated on the SEP will be certified for payment. If the Foreign Student Capital Outlay Surcharge educational objective is changed, the student must complete a new $14.00 per unit plus enrollment/nonresident tuition/health fees SEP and report to the Veterans’ Assistant to update the 22-1995 form. Veterans must request enrollment certification each semester, if they Health Fee............................$17.00 regular semester/$14.00 summer want to continue to receive benefits. session In addition to the academic probation and dismissal standards Student Representation Fee..................................$1.00 per semester applicable to all students, the Veteran’s Administration requires that Student Center Fee.................$1.00 per unit, maximum $10 per year standards of progress be adopted for Certification of Educational Materials Fee.....................as required per semester, see class listing Benefits. The Admissions and Records Office will notify the VA that Remote registration fee (WebSTAR\)..........................$3 per semester satisfactory progress is not being made and will not certify educational benefits eligibility if the veteran has been dismissed due to academic or progress probation regulations. ENROLLMENT FEE FAQS: Credit may be granted for regular training courses completed at a military base during a term of military service based on the Q When are my fees due? recommendations of the American Council on Education (ACE), and A All fees are due at the time of registration. Payments can for approved courses completed with the United States Armed Forces be made on-line with a credit card at Institute. www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar, by phone at 986-5811, in person In order to receive credit for military training, Veterans must see a at the Business Office, or e-Cashier easy payment plan (pg 10). Veteran’s Counselor and present authentic military service and training records (DD295) and/or a copy of their discharge paper (DD214). Q Will I be dropped if I don’t pay my fees? Under existing Veterans’ Administration regulations, a student repeating A You MAY be dropped. a course is not eligible for veterans’ benefits in most cases. Veterans should, therefore, check with the Veterans’ Assistant in the Admissions Q What if I don’t have the money to pay right away? Office before repeating a course. A Contact the Financial Aid Office to see if you qualify for a Board of Governors Fee Waiver or use e-cashiering payment plan (pg 10). Enrollment Fee for California Residents Q What if my fees are going to be paid by a scholarship, The enrollment fee is set by the California Legislature, is subject vocational rehabilitation or tuition assistance programs? to change without notice, and may be retroactive. The fee is $20 A Contact the Student Business Office immediately after you per unit, $10.00 per 1/2 unit, $5.00 per 1/4 unit. California residents register for classes. You will be required to present documented who are receiving benefits under CalWORKs, SSI/SSP, or General confirmation that the fees will be paid by a third party. Assistance, or who meet certain income standards may be eligible for a Board of Governors’ Fee Waiver (BOGW.) Contact the Q Can I pay my fees in installments? Financial Aid Office, (805) 986-5828, for further information. High A Select e-Cashier on webSTAR to set up a Student Fees school students taking College classes are exempt from this fee, if Installment Plan (pg 10). enrolled in less than 12 units. It is your responsibilty to drop by the published deadlines for a Enrollment fees are set by the California Legislature, are subject to refund. If you have been charged for a course and drop after the change without notice, and may be retroactive. All other fees are refund deadline you are still responsible for the fees. set by the Ventura County Community College District Board of Trustees and may change by board action. WE ARE HERE TO HELP. HAVE A QUESTION WE HAVE NOT ANSWERED? CALL US. Financial Aid Office (805) 986-5828 Student Business Office (805) 986-5811 Admissions & Records Office (805) 986-5810 Reminder: Fees must be paid before a program will be released. The Student Business Office, located in the Bookstore, handles all refunds. Instructions to view the last day to officially drop a course and credit your account is located on Page 8. 64 Nonresident Tuition for Non-California residents Returned Checks/Returned Credit Cards Charge If you pay for your student fees, book purchases, or other transactions The Ventura County Community College District Governing Board has with a check or credit card that is returned or charged back by the bank, adopted the state-mandated nonresident tuition fee of $181 for you will be charged a $10.00 service charge. You will be required to pay Summer, $189 for Fall per unit for students who are non-California the full amount of your transaction, plus the $10.00 charge. Please residents including international students. This fee is in addition to make all payments at the Student Business Office. the mandatory enrollment fee and health fee. Nonresident students, including international students, who withdraw from full-term classes are Fee Obligations eligible for a refund of 100% of nonresident tuition if they withdraw If you owe student fees, bookstore charges, emergency student loans, during the first two weeks of the semester or 50% of nonresident tuition library fines, or Student Fee Installment Agreement amounts from prior if they withdraw during the third week of the semester. semesters, you may not register for classes, obtain grades, obtain tran- scripts or any other student records until all obligations have been paid Foreign Student Capital Outlay Surcharge in full. A “hold” will be placed on your student records until you pay all The Ventura County Community College District Governing Board has oustanding obligations in full. Please make all payments at the Student adopted the state-mandated surcharge of $14.00 per unit for Business Office. international students. This fee is in addition to the mandatory enrollment fee, nonresident tuition, and health fees unless you meet OPTIONAL FEES one of the exemptions listed below pursuant to Ed Code §76141: College Photo Identification/ASB Card • You must demonstrate economic hardship, or A College Photo Identification Card is available for $2.00 a semester or • You must be a victim of persecution in the country in which you are $6.00 for the year. There is a $2.00 replacement charge for a lost card. a resident. All registered students are encouraged to buy their cards as early as possible to ensure maximum benefits. Funds from the purchase of Health Fee cards support the operations and activities of student government and, A mandatory $17 per semester ($14 summer session) Health Fee in turn, various college programs. Check with the Associated Student entitles you to the services of the Student Health Center. In accordance Government Office at 986-5800 Ext. 2097 for further information. with the California Education Code and Board policy, you are required to pay a health fee, regardless of the units taken, unless you meet one Parking Permits of the exemptions listed below pursuant to Ed Code §76355: Automobile, Regular semester/Summer semester.......................$40/$19 • You depend exclusively on prayer for healing in accordance with Motorcycle, Regular semester/Summer semester........................$28/$12 the teachings of a bona fide religious sect, denomination, or One Additional Permit, same registered owner organization. Documentary evidence of such an affiliation is Regular semester/Summer semester...............................................$8/$7 required. Replacement Permit (Requires return of original permit) • You are attending college under approved apprenticeship training Regular semester/Summer semester...............................................$7/$5 program. "Fee Waivers" are located in the Admissions and Records Office and Visitor Parking – Visitor parking is available in Lots B and F. If visitor the Health Office. stalls are unavailable please obtain a permit from Parking Lot “A” (corner of Simpson Drive and South Campus Road). Student Representation Fee of $1.00 per semester provides support Single-day Permit..................................................................................$1 for student representatives to lobby for legislation affecting Community Colleges. However, you may for religious, political, financial, or moral You may purchase Parking Permits at the Student Business Office. reasons refuse to pay this fee by indicating your reason on the Student They are required for all lots on the campus! We must have your Representation Fee Waiver form, which is obtained in the Financial Aid license plate number to issue a parking permit. Campus Police will Office, 986-5828. issue a citation for a vehicle without a valid permit. For a Parking Permit Application Form see page 94. Student Center Fee was established by a vote of the students to build a Student Center. The fee is $1 per unit, maximum $10 per academic If you receive benefits under CalWORKs, SSI/SSP, or general year. If you receive benefits under CalWORKs, SSI/SSP, or General assistance, you are exempt from parking fees in excess of $20.00 per Assistance, you may be exempt from this fee. Contact the Financial Aid semester. (See parking brochure for specific parking regulations.) Office for further information. Ridesharing/Carpooling—To encourage ridesharing and carpooling. If Instructional Material Fee – Optional Fee you certify that you have two or more passengers regularly commuting Instructional material fees for certain selected credit or noncredit to the college in your vehicle, you may qualify for a reduced parking fee courses may be required at the time of registration, or the materials of $30.00 for fall/spring semesters and $10.00 for summer session. may be purchased on your own. If an Instructional Materials Fee is To apply for carpool permits, please bring schedule of carpooling required, the amount of the fee is listed beneath the course title in the passengers to theStudent Business Office. schedule of classes. Authority for the charge is granted under VCCCD Board Policy 5030. These instructional or other materials include, but Single-day Permits—Single-day permits may be purchased for $1.00 are not limited to, textbooks, tools, equipment and clothing if: at the Parking Permit Machines on South Campus Road and parking lot 1.) the instructional and other materials required for the course have a H off North Campus Road. continuing value to the student outside of the classroom setting, or 2.) the instructional and other materials are used in the production of Textbooks and Supplies—These may be purchased at the College an “end product” that has continuing value to the student outside the Bookstore. Their cost will vary each semester depending on individual classroom setting. See course schedule for instructional material fee class requirements. Contact the Financial Aid Office at (805) 986-5828 costs. to inquire about financial assistance to help pay for textbooks and related materials. Refund or Credit If you drop your classes within the deadline for refund/credit and you are eligible for a refund, there is a $10 charge to process the refund if you request it. If you have a credit balance on account, you may apply the balance toward other student fees and charges, either in the current term or in a future term. You may also apply a credit balance toward Bookstore purchases. 65 You must pay your student fees within 7 business days or you may be STUDENT SERVICES dropped. You may still be liable for your student fees if - you are dropped for non-payment, or ADMISSIONS & RECORDS - you withdraw from classes without paying. Failure to pay student fees will result in the suspension of registration LRC Building, (805) 986-5810 privileges and the placement of a hold on grades, transcripts, and other records. HOURS: Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you withdraw from classes and have a credit balance on account, you Friday closed may apply the balance toward other student fees and charges, either in the current term or in a future term. If you request a refund, there will ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF OXNARD COLLEGE be a $10 service charge to process the refund. Student Center, (805) 986-5800 ext. 2097 BOOKSTORE HOURS: Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday closed Building OE-6, (805) 986-5826, Fax (805) 986-5955 www.bookstore.oxnardcollege.edu. A sure way to enrich your education is to involve yourself in campus activities outside of classes. Students who are involved enjoy school Come visit our central campus location for all your academic needs. more, achieve more, and leave with a more meaningful experience. Our friendly staff will be glad to help students and staff with their Whether you are engaged in a full-time degree program or non-degree selection of textbooks, supplies, computer software, electronics, program, you can participate in the many activities available to you. If clothing, balloons, gift items, and more. Other services available include you like to be involved with change and want to enhance your resume, UPS, FAX, mailing supplies, lamination, and Notary Public services. you may want to join the Associated Student Government (ASG) or a shared governance committee which deals with an area of specific SUMMER 2009 STORE HOURS interest. These committees include members of the college staff as well as student representatives. You may become a member of a shared May 25 – August 7, 2009 governance committee by appointment of the ASG President. You can Mon – Thurs………………...... 7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. pick up an ASG or committee application at the ASG Office. Friday………………………...... CLOSED College Photo ID/ASB Card Student Discount Program College Photo ID (ASB) cards can be purchased at the Student SUMMER 2009 HOLIDAY CLOSURES Business Office in the Bookstore and photos taken at the Student Center. (Check with the ASG Office at 986-5800 ext. 2097 for the May 25…………………………. Memorial day picture-taking schedule.) June 29 & 30……………......... Annual Physical inventory Students are encouraged to purchase their College Photo ID (ASB) July 4…………………………... Independence day cards as soon as possible to ensure maximum benefits. Cards are $2.00 for each semester and $2.00 for the summer session. (There is a SUMMER 2009 BOOK BUYBACKS $2.00 fee to replace cards lost, stolen, damaged, etc.) Cardholders are eligible for the following benefits: June 22 & 23, 2009 • Merchandise discounts up to 20 percent at favorite food, clothing 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. and novelty stores August 15, 2009 • Discount to all on-campus athletic events 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. • Discount to all club-sponsored events August 17 & 18, 2009 • Discount to musical and theatrical productions 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. • 10% discount on used books, school supplies, and clothing at the bookstore LAST DAY FOR REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES: • Eligibility to apply for Associated Student Government May 26 through July 10 scholarships (one & two-day classes excluded) • And more! The funds received from the sale of student body cards are used for Textbooks are eligible for Refund or Exchange “With Receipt” for financing the operations and activities of the ASG scholarship and Four (4) Working Days from the Start of Class (or) awards, club activities, concerts, lectures, and other major college Within 24 Hours if Purchased after the Refund Period. events. After 7/10/09 STUDENT BUSINESS OFFICE all textbooks are non-returnable. Building OE-6 (in the Bookstore), (805) 986-5811 CalWORKs HOURS: Monday - Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday closed California Work Opportunities and Responsibility to Kids (CalWORKs) All student fee payments are processed through the Student Business Office. You may pay your fees by cash, check, American Express, Community Student Services Center, Room 119 Discover, Mastercard, or Visa. CalWORKs (805) 986-5887 HOURS: Monday thru Thursday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday closed ‰ ‰ 66 What is Oxnard College CalWORKS? The Oxnard College CalWORKs program successfully combines CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER workforce preparation efforts with intensive student services to assist Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) recipients to achieve Located at the north end of the campus, Phone (805)986-5801. their educational and career goals. The purpose of the Oxnard College CalWORKs program is ultimately HOURS: The CDC is open M-TH 7-5; Friday closed. employment, and can include certificates, degrees and ultimately It will be closed from June 15-August 14. transfer programs. The eligibility requirements for students are that they and their child (ren) are CalWORKS/TANF recipients in addition The Oxnard College Child Development Center provides childcare and to having or acquiring a welfare to work plan (WTW). early education programs for children between the ages of 18 months Activities: through 5 years. The children's program is well rounded and promotes • Collaboration with County Welfare Department in order to assist creativity, experimentation, critical thinking, language and literacy, students in achieving their goals and support the county in their music, art, socialization and school readiness. The Center also serves efforts to assist their clients in becoming self-sustaining. as a model laboratory preschool for college students preparing for a • Local Labor Market Linkages: Oxnard College CalWORKs programs research local labor and coordinate with career technical career working with young children. education to identify specific areas of study that will lead The Center is open to families from the local area as well as from the CalWORKs students into employment based on demonstrated college community. There is a non-refundable $50 deposit. Contact the labor market demand. Center for the dates of registration. Tuition fees are paid on a monthly • Employment-Related Services: Due to the focus on employment, basis on advance of services based on a contracted schedule. There is services are identified to provide for job preparation, development, and placement (work-study and internships), post-employment a minimum requirement of three hours per day and two days per week. services are also provided to former welfare recipients to assist Registration materials are available at the Center. Call the Center them with job retention, advancement, and skills upgrade. Director at (805) 986-5801 for more information. Services ACADEMIC COUNSELING ß Academic, Career, & ß Easy Access to Successful LRC-22, (805) 986-5816 Personal Counseling: Employment for Life (EASEL) Development of Individual trainings for job development HOURS: M-TH 8 am - 7 pm; Friday closed Training Plan (ITP) ß Liaison with Employment ß Case management and Specialists to assist students If you have questions about your major for a certificate, graduation and/or transfer to a four-year college or university, you are welcome to tracking of student progress ß Liaison with the county to see any counselor. Information on A.A. or A.S. degrees and transfer ß Paid (workstudy) and unpaid assist in the provision of requirements are listed in the OC Catalog or can be obtained from internships with focus on childcare, books and counselors. If you are undecided about a college major, the counseling job-skills acquisition transportation. faculty can assist you in exploring and formulating your educational ß Counselors and staff familiar ß Job Placement assistance in and career goals. You can sign up for one of several career and life with WTW requirements and coordination with the Job and planning courses or personal growth classes, and you can see a coun- regulations Career Center selor for help in making a decision. PERSONAL COUNSELING CAREER CENTER Oxnard College counselors are trained professionals available to help Located in CSSC Room 113, 986-5838. you with personal concerns. In the Summer available by appointment Careers/Job Placement only. A career is much more than just a job; it is a way of life. It is the way HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8am-7pm; Friday closed most people will spend one-third of their lives. Recent research indicates that most people average five career and ten job changes Need help in choosing a career? The Career Center has research in their lifetime. Counselors help students develop lifelong skills that materials to assist you in personal decision-making. These include will serve them in making present and future career decision. interest inventories, and personality type indicators. Campus and Counselors can assist you early in your academic program to relate outside employment opportunity listings are maintained by the aptitudes, experience, attitudes, and resources in developing career center, along with information on job-related matters such as labor goals and alternatives through individual and group counseling, outlook information, resume writing, job search skills, and job workshops, seminars, academic classes, and other career information placement services for students. programs. They also can guide you in learning about clusters of The Career Center also has reference materials such as videotapes occupations and employment data, position requirements and related of interviewing skills and company information. Internet access is information, and provide information on and interpretation of the labor available for direct connections to on-line job search engines and to market. information on jobs and careers nationwide. Information on resume The counselors are a resource for students and faculty in locating the writing and job search skills is also available. most current and accurate career information. All of the counselors are The Job Placement services include employment information for generalists and work with students from all academic areas. enrolled students and alumni. The Career Resource Specialist maintains a listing of campus and outside employment opportunities and coordinates all student employment. For those who have received a Federal Work Study Award as part of their financial aid, the office maintains a listing of all available positions on campus and directs all steps necessary for placement. 67 Classes CAREER AND PERSONAL ASSESSMENT Basic Reading • Spelling • Math • Vocabulary Development Improving Written Language Skills • Memory Strategies • Study Skills Any Oxnard College student can receive a customized plan for personal and career development. An assessment service is available simply by High Tech Center making an appointment with the Career or Counseling Center. Computer-assisted instructions are also available in our High Tech Specialized services available to first-time and continuing students Center located next to the EAC office. Specific adaptive equipment • Athletics • General Counseling • Teen Parent Program includes screen readers, enlarged print, speech synthesizers, • Personal Growth • Re-entry • Vocational Education keyboard adaptations, optical character recognition and • Career and Transfer • Matriculation • Veterans voice-activated computers POLICY & PROCEDURES DEAF STUDENT SERVICES Utilizing academic adjustments and accommodations provided by the Educational Assistance Center (EAC) program & services is strictly Student Services Building, Suite 105 voluntary and no student may be denied necessary accommodations (805) 986-5830 or (805) 988-5800 ext. 2022, (805) 986-5928 (Fax) because he/she chooses not to use the EAC program. Students must Douglas Singleton provide professional documentation of their disability to their general college counselor or classroom instructor who shall arrange for the HOURS: M-TH 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. or by arrangement; accommodation. Friday closed Procedures: (To be retained in the EAC, Health Office and the Dean Please refer to the Educational Assistance Center (EAC) for services. of Student Services office for reference.) Students with a disability who choose not to register with the EAC but DENTAL HYGIENE CLINIC require an academic adjustment or accommodation may request the needed service from a general counselor or an instructor. Please call (805) 986-5823 for appointments. 1. Student identifies him/herself to the general counselor or instructor as a student with a disability who does not want to be Regular dental visits are only $30. Screenings are free and regular associated with the EAC. dental cleanings are only $30, including xrays. 2. Student requests the accommodation(s) needed. Services include oral cancer screenings, cleanings, radiographs, 3. Student must supply professionally generated written fluoride treatment, polishing, sealants. Deep cleanings are also documentation of disability to contact person that should then be available. forwarded to the college health center. 4. Instructor or counselor may consult with the EAC Coordinator or EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE CENTER (EAC) special needs counselor for assistance or advice regarding accommodation(s) requested. Student Services Building, Suite 105 5. If the accommodation requires funding, please contact the Dean (805) 986-5830; (805) 986-5928 Fax of Student Services. HOURS: Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Friday closed EXTENDED OPPORTUNITY PROGRAMS AND The Educational Assistance Center (EAC) is a state-funded program SERVICES (EOPS) that provides support services, reasonable accommodations and special instruction for students with a verified physical or learning disability. Community Student Services Center, Rooms 104 & 105, These support services insure inclusion, integration and full participation EOPS/CARE (805) 986-5827 with the college setting. The Educational Assistance Center promotes the educational and vocational potential of students with mobility, visual, HOURS: Monday thru Thursday: 8 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday closed hearing, speech, learning, acquired brain injuries, developmental, and/or other disabilities. What is EOPS? The Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) is a state-funded support services program. It is designed to Services: assist low-income and educationally disadvantaged students achieve Testing Accommodations • Learning Disability Assessment their educational goals through a college education. Alternate Media Materials Interpreters for Deaf and Hard of Hearing • Real-time Captioning EOPS Qualifications: eligible for BOGW A or B: full-time (12 units); Tutoring Referrals • Note Taking less than 40 degree applicable units; educationally disadvantaged. Scribes • Readers • Mobility Assistance • Early Registration EOPS also serves CARE students. CARE is Cooperative Agencies Counseling Resources for Education and is under the umbrella of EOPS. Academic Advisement • Personal Counseling • Career Counseling CARE provides services to EOPS eligible students, with less than 70 University Transfer Assistance units of degree applicable credit, single heads of households, and with Job Placement at least one child under the age of 14 that is receiving cash aid. Available through the WorkAbility III Grant Program in collaboration with CalWORKs students that meet CARE criteria may also be eligible for the State Department of Rehabilitation services. ‰ ‰ 68 SERVICES Speciality Services: Assessment • Grants * • EOPS College Success Class • Women’s Health (family planning, STD treatment, etc.) Early registration • Field trips to Universities • Personal Counseling. An appointment can be arranged for Help through the financial aid process • Job placement assistance students who have personal concerns which are interfering with Referrals • Tutoring • Assistance with Books* achieving academic goals. *Dependent on available funds The schedule for professional care varies each semester and includes COUNSELING some evening hours. Consult the Student Health Center brochure for Academic Advisement • Personal Counseling designated times. For prompt attention an appointment is Career Counseling • University transfer assistance suggested. College orientation • CalWORKs Assistance LEARNING CENTER WORKSHOPS Transferring to a University • Academic Policy • Time Management The Learning Center at Oxnard College is located on the • Graduation Requirements mezzanine level of the Library and Learning Resources building (LRC). Additional Services for CARE-eligible students PG-7: Single Parent Issues Class HOURS: Monday-Thursday 8 am - 7 pm Meal Vouchers* • Assistance with Books and Parking permits* The Learning Center is closed Fridays - Sundays * Dependent on available funds. and all academic holidays. FINANCIAL AID Through a variety of programmed learning materials, covering many disciplines, the Learning Center provides a broad range of services to LRC-2, (805) 986-5828 email: firstname.lastname@example.org supplement classroom instruction across the curriculum and encourage individualized independent study. A variety of services and resources HOURS: Monday - Tuesday 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. are available for students, faculty, staff and members of the community. Wednesday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Friday closed Credit individualized instructional modules are available in reading comprehension, spelling, vocabulary, and study skills. Materials on The Financial Aid Office participates in a full range of federal and state essay and objective test taking, grammar and punctuation brush-up grant programs. These programs are designed to assist financially and note-taking are available for study or review. These instructional needy students from low- and middle-income families with their modules or mini-courses offer students opportunities to learn at their educational expenses. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid own pace. Multi-media and self-instructional materials are also (FAFSA) is available at the Financial Aid Office or financial aid website. available to supplement classroom instruction or for independent study. Workshops to help students complete the FAFSA are at 1:30 p.m. (English) Tuesdays and 2:30 p.m. (Spanish) Tuesdays in LRC-1. Videotapes and DVD’s on time management, how to write a research Information and an application for the Board of Governors Fee Waiver paper, listening and note-taking and other study skill areas are program available to California residents are on Page 77 in this obtainable for student utilization. Skill building computer based schedule or at the Financial Aid Office. individualized-instructional software is available to assist in student For faster, easier processing students are encouraged to apply on the learning and supplement classroom instruction. An example would be Internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov. videotapes or DVD’s for Math--from Math 9 - Math 120. Tele-course videos are available for student viewing. STUDENT HEALTH CENTER The Learning Center staff assists students with web star registration, Student Services Building, (805) 986-5832 grammar review, math review, Language acquisition, checking of grades, viewing holds, word processing for general purposes and HOURS: Monday – Thursday 8:00 - 6:00pm; Friday closed accessing on-line homework, quizzes and or syllabi, on-line exams, Call for an appointment. on-line lab assignments and/or on-line academic research, for classes across the curriculum. Students are encouraged to purchase a flash The Health Fee that you are required to pay when you register entitles drive and avail themselves to the computers to type research papers, you to ALL health programs at the Student Health Center. It also homework and/or essays. provides accident insurance coverage while you are on campus if you are an enrolled student. There is a deductible. Supplemental lab hours are completed in the Learning Center for General Health services include: designated classes. The Learning Center at Oxnard College is located • Immunizations—Tetanus*, Measles, Mumps, Rubella*, Hepatitis on the mezzanine level of the Library and Learning Resources building A* and Hepatitis B * (LRC), upstairs in the library. The Learning Center is closed Sundays • TB Tests * and all academic holidays. You may direct questions concerning • Emergency care for cuts, burns, etc. services or hours to the Learning Center staff, by calling • Tests: Pregnancy*, Cholesterol*, Diabetes*, etc. * (805) 986-5800 ext. 1974 or (805) 986-5839. • Evaluation by Family Practice Physician • Blood pressure, vision, and hearing screening * Additional fee ‰ 69 LIBRARY INFORMATION TUTORIAL CENTER LRC Building (805) 986-5818, Admin; (805) 986-5819, Circulation; Learning Resources/Library Building (upstairs), (805) 986-5846. (805) 986-5820, Reference. http://www.oxnardcollege.edu/library/index.asp HOURS: Monday - Thursday 10:00pm - 5:00pm; Friday closed HOURS: Monday - Thursday 8 am - 7 pm; Friday closed The Tutorial Center provides free tutoring services to all enrolled students who wish to do better in their classes. The Mission of the You may direct questions to the Library staff, by calling Oxnard College Tutorial Center is to assist students to become (805) 986-5820/5819 or 986-5800 ext. 1971. independent learners through the use of study skills and strategies that will help them succeed in classes across the curriculum. The Oxnard College Library supports the curriculum by providing a Tutors are college students who have outstanding academic records collection of 34,000 books, 67 hard-copy periodicals and online and are selected on the basis on their performance in the subjects they databases to meet the diverse information needs of students, faculty, tutor, communication skills, and their ability to relate to other students in staff, and the community. The online databases available to the Oxnard a positive supportive manner. They are available for short - or - long College community are Netlibrary, searchable full-text of 8000+ term assistance, on a drop-in basis, and for small group study electronic books, Biography Resource Center, CQ Researcher, sessions. Health&Wellness, FACTS.com and ProQuest. Off-site access to our The Tutorial Center also offers study skills workshops designed to help electronic collection is available to currently registered students, faculty, students develop college readiness skills in areas including organiza- and staff. To access the databases from home: tion, time management, note taking, test preparation, and goal setting. 1. Point Browser to http://www.oxnardcollege.edu/library/index.asp For more information about tutoring services and schedules, please call 2. Click on “Online Databases”. (805) 986-5846 or stop by the Tutorial Center located on the second 3. Click on “Oxnard College Library Remote Access Login”. floor of the college library. 4. Enter your social security number and PIN as directed. 5. Select database from “Oxnard College Library On-Line TRANSFER CENTER Resources” list. Inquire at the Circulation Desk for lending policies, library cards, LRC-6 reserve books, and questions of a general nature. The loan period for circulating materials is three weeks. Reserve materials may be For an appointment with the Transfer Center Counselor, requested by course number at the Circulation Desk. Inquire at the please call 805-986-5837. Reference Desk for book information, reference questions, assistance with class assignments or placing interlibrary loans. Instructors may HOURS: Monday – Thursdays 8:00am – 6:30pm; Friday closed schedule library tours and orientations for their classes. Printers and copy machines are also available in the College Library. Professional The Transfer Center will provide transfer advice to public and private librarians and staff are on duty both day and evening to assist you. institutions of higher education. College catalogs, the computerized Students are encouraged to make optimum use of the Library and its ASSIST Program for academic information along with the Transfer resources. Center counselor can assist students in developing an educational plan. Note - Please check at the Circulation desk to see if we have the Opportunities to meet with University Reps are available thru the textbook for your class in our Reserve Collection. Transfer Center . Advisors from various public and private institutions are on the campus every semester to meet with individual students to OUTREACH AND RECRUITMENT OFFICE evaluate transcripts, conduct workshops on transfer procedures, and give assistance and follow-up services on the admission application. LRC-1 Obtain information on Transfer Admission Guarantees. Learn about the Transfer Admission Agreements and Tranfer Admission Guarantees HOURS: Mon-Thur 8:00am - 7:00pm (TAAs and TAGs) that Oxnard College has to give students priority in Friday closed gaining admission to colleges and specific majors. Oxnard currently has agreements with UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz, UC Riverside, The purpose of Outreach and Recruitment is to facilitate the enrollment CSU Northridge, CSU Channel Islands and California Lutheran of new and returning students from local high schools and the University. community. Student Ambassadors serve as representatives of the college at local high schools and at community events. They also provide online assistance with the application process, registration, financial aid, and guidance to programs and services that ensure student success. For more information, please call (805) 986-5507. 70 PROGRAM PLANNER MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 7 AM 8 AM 9 AM 10 AM 11 AM 12 NOON 1 PM 2 PM 3 PM 4 PM 5 PM 6 PM 7 PM 8 PM 9 PM 10 PM # ADD FORM - List Courses to Add I.D. Name: Code Course ID Units Instructor Signature Date of 1st attendance Today’s Date All Adds must be turned in by the Add Deadline DROP FORM - List Courses to Drop or go to www.vcccd.edu/webstar Code Course ID Units Reason for dropping the class(es) Student Signature: ____________________________ Semester:___________ Year:______ Date Rec’d_________ Initials___ 71 FALL 2009 CLASSES ADDICTIVE DISORDER STUDIES 73288 AC R021L Electrical Systems II Lab STAFF 03:00pm-06:50pm Th 73247 ADS R101 Overview of Addiction 70337 AC R040 Heating and Control Systems STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm M STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 71183 ADS R103 Pharmacology of Drugs Webb M G 11:00am-12:20pmT Th AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE 72324 ADS R104 Case Management 70617 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 STAFF 04:00pm-06:50pm T Kaskus D 07:00pm-09:50pm M 73254 ADS R105A Group Leadership I 71770 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm M Lovejoy J A 08:00am-09:15am T Th 72411 ADS R106 Adult Children of Alcoholics 72268 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 Webb M G 09:30am-10:50am T Th Lovejoy J A 09:30am-10:50am MW 73252 ADS R110A Alc./Drug Studies Field Exp. I 73879 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 STAFF HRS BY ARR Pineau A E 04:00pm-06:50pm M 73253 ADS R110B Alc./Drug Studies Field Exp.II 73892 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 STAFF HRS BY ARR Smith M L HRS BY ARR 70679 ADS R111 Managing Alcohol Programs 73896 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 STAFF 08:00am-04:50 BY ARR STAFF 08:52am-09:53am MTW F 71085 ADS R113 Dual Diagnosis 73896 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 Webb M G 07:00pm-09:50pm Th STAFF 09:42am-10:33am Th 71901 ADS R116 Alcohol, Drugs, & Driving Laws 76336 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm Th Lovejoy J A 04:00pm-06:50pm T 72011 ADS R118 Culture/Race/Gender in the CJS 77603 ASL R101 American Sign Language 1 Webb M G 07:00pm-09:50pm M Lovejoy J A 11:00am-12:15pm MW 78466 ADS R119 Community as Treatment in CJS 70675 ASL R102 American Sign Language 2 Webb M G 07:00pm-09:50pm W Lovejoy J A 09:30am-10:45am T Th 70568 ADS R122 Underage & Binge Drinking 73880 ASL R102 American Sign Language 2 STAFF 08:00am-04:50pm FS Kaskus D 07:00pm-09:50pm W 73898 ASL R102 American Sign Language 2 AIR CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION STAFF HRS BY ARR 73906 ASL R102 American Sign Language 2 70745 AC R010 Air Cond & Refrigeration I STAFF 08:52am-09:53am MTW F STAFF 11:00am-01:50pm T 73906 ASL R102 American Sign Language 2 73291 AC R010 Air Cond & Refrigeration I STAFF 09:42am-10:33am Th STAFF 03:00pm-05:50pm M 74558 AC R010 Air Cond & Refrigeration I ANATOMY Ainsworth A S 07:00pm-09:50pm W 70749 AC R010L Air Cond & Refrigeration I Lab 72385 ANAT R101 General Human Anatomy STAFF 10:00am-01:50pm Th Ulrich R L 08:00am-11:50am T Th 73283 AC R010L Air Cond & Refrigeration I Lab 72387 ANAT R101 General Human Anatomy STAFF 03:00pm-06:50pm W Ziegler H O 12:00pm-03:50pm T Th 73293 AC R010L Air Cond & Refrigeration I Lab 72388 ANAT R101 General Human Anatomy Ainsworth A S 06:00pm-09:50pm M Brown L M 06:00pm-09:50pm T Th 70751 AC R011L Air Cond & Refrig II Lab 72389 ANAT R101 General Human Anatomy STAFF 10:00am-01:50pm Th Abram M W 09:00am-04:50pm F 73284 AC R011L Air Cond & Refrig II Lab STAFF 03:00pm-06:50pm W ANTHROPOLOGY 73294 AC R011L Air Cond & Refrig II Lab 71386 ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology Ainsworth A S 06:00pm-09:50pm M Kamaila L L 11:00am-12:20pm MW 71166 AC R020 Electrical Systems I 71547 ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology STAFF 03:00pm-05:50pm Th STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm M 71167 AC R020L Electrical Systems I Lab 71550 ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology STAFF 03:00pm-06:50pm Th Kamaila L L ONLINE 72589 AC R020L Electrical Systems I Lab 71635 ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology Ainsworth A S 06:00pm-09:50pm F Kamaila L L 09:30am-10:50am T Th 72590 AC R021L Electrical Systems II Lab Ainsworth A S 06:00pm-09:50pm F ‰ ‰ 72 FALL 2009 72252 ANTH R101 Biological Anthropology 71621 ART R110A Beginning Acrylic Painting Kamaila L L 12:30pm-01:50pm MW Morla C J 12:30pm-03:20pm MW Hybrid Online class 71628 ART R110B Intermediate Acrylic Painting 71651 ANTH R102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology Morla C J 12:30pm-03:20pm MW Kamaila L L ONLINE 71661 ART R110C Advanced Acrylic Painting 71667 ANTH R102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology Morla C J 01:30pm-03:20pm MW Kamaila L L 09:30am-10:50am MW 70533 ART R126A Begin Figure Drawing 71671 ANTH R102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology Irie I 01:30pm-04:20pm T Th STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 70535 ART R126B Inter Figure Drawing 72226 ANTH R102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology Irie I 01:30pm-04:20pm T Th STAFF 08:00am-09:20am T Th 70544 ART R126C Adv Figure Drawing 70640 ANTH R105 Sex, Gender and Culture Irie I 01:30pm-04:20pm T Th Kamaila L L 11:00am-12:15pm T Th 71919 ART R150A Beginning Ceramics I Lawson-Egan G 02:30pm-05:20pm MW 71970 ART R150A Beginning Ceramics I ART Neuwalder J A 09:30am-12:20pm T Th 72010 ART R150A Beginning Ceramics I 70606 ART R101 Art Appreciation Wu J R 12:30pm-03:20pm T Th Tranovich M 09:30am-10:50am T Th 72034 ART R150A Beginning Ceramics I 71451 ART R101 Art Appreciation Lawson-Egan G 06:00pm-08:50pm MW Balbes S L 09:30am-10:50am MW 71927 ART R150B Beginning Ceramics II 71481 ART R101 Art Appreciation Lawson-Egan G 02:30pm-05:20pm MW McFadyen C P 07:00pm-09:50pm M 71977 ART R150B Beginning Ceramics II 77385 ART R101 Art Appreciation Neuwalder J A 09:30am-12:20pm T Th Tranovich M 01:00pm-04:50pm S 72013 ART R150B Beginning Ceramics II 77385 ART R101 Art Appreciation Wu J R 12:30pm-03:20pm T Th Tranovich M 08:00pm-09:50pm T 72036 ART R150B Beginning Ceramics II 77633 ART R101 Art Appreciation Lawson-Egan G 06:00pm-08:50pm MW Tranovich M 12:30pm-01:50pm T Th 71930 ART R151A Intermediate Ceramics I 70713 ART R102 Art History I Lawson-Egan G 02:30pm-05:20pm MW Cavish J A 09:00am-11:50am S 71980 ART R151A Intermediate Ceramics I 71470 ART R104A Color and Design I Neuwalder J A 09:30am-12:20pm T Th Morla C J 09:30am-11:20am T Th 72014 ART R151A Intermediate Ceramics I 71475 ART R104B Color and Design II Wu J R 12:30pm-03:20pm T Th Morla C J 09:30am-11:20am T Th 72039 ART R151A Intermediate Ceramics I 71513 ART R106A Drawing and Composition I Lawson-Egan G 06:00pm-08:50pm MW Morla C J 06:00pm-08:50pm MW 71935 ART R151B Intermediate Ceramics II 71684 ART R106A Drawing and Composition I Lawson-Egan G 02:30pm-05:20pm MW Morla C J 09:30am-12:20pm MW 71987 ART R151B Intermediate Ceramics II 72141 ART R106A Drawing and Composition I Neuwalder J A 09:30am-12:20pm T Th Cordova C C 01:10pm-01:55pm MTWThF 72016 ART R151B Intermediate Ceramics II 71521 ART R106B Drawing and Composition II Wu J R 12:30pm-03:20pm T Th Morla C J 06:00pm-08:50pm MW 74610 ART R151B Intermediate Ceramics II 71883 ART R106B Drawing and Composition II Lawson-Egan G 06:00pm-08:50pm MW Morla C J 09:30am-12:20pm MW 71939 ART R152A Ceramic Design I 72317 ART R106B Drawing and Composition II Lawson-Egan G 02:30pm-05:20pm MW Cordova C C 01:10pm-01:55pm MTWThF 71988 ART R152A Ceramic Design I 71527 ART R106C Drawing and Composition III Neuwalder J A 09:30am-12:20pm T Th Irie I 06:00pm-08:50pm MW 72018 ART R152A 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Conversation 2 72598 ECON R101 Principles of Macroeconomics Villalpando G G 07:00pm-09:50pm Th Edwards I M ONLINE 74187 ESL R042 English Conversation 2 Simmen V S 11:00am-12:20pm T Th ‰ ‰ 78 FALL 2009 74118 ESL R044 English Conversation 3 71698 ENGL R056 Reading Skills 4 Villalpando G G 07:00pm-09:50pm W STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 74133 ESL R044 English Conversation 3 71704 ENGL R066 Grammar and Writing 4 Redding J 12:30pm-01:50pm MW Sanchez M 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 71773 ESL R046 ESL Oral/Listening Skills PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Dozen P E 09:30am-10:50am T Th 71707 ENGL R066 Grammar and Writing 4 79286 ESL R046 ESL Oral/Listening Skills STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm W Villalpando G G 07:00pm-09:50pm M PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 71709 ESL R050 Reading Skills 1 71078 ENGL R066A Grammar and Writing 4 Part A Simmen V S 09:30am-10:50am T Th STAFF HRS BY ARR PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 71053 ENGL R066B Grammar and Writing 4 Part B 71741 ESL R050 Reading Skills 1 STAFF HRS BY ARR Villalpando M R 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71032 ENGL R068B Basic Composition Part B PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT STAFF HRS BY ARR 74136 ESL R062 Grammar and Writing 2 74177 ENGL R095 College Reading Skills STAFF 09:30am-10:50am T Th Dozen P E 05:30pm-06:50pm T Th PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 74206 ENGL R095 College Reading Skills 74482 ESL R062 Grammar and Writing 2 Dozen P E 11:00am-12:15pm T Th Betancourt H M 05:30pm-06:50pm MW 70641 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT STAFF 08:00am-09:10am MTWTh 74183 ESL R064 Grammar and Writing 3 71409 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Sanchez M 09:30am-10:50am MW Bonham T J HRS BY ARR PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 71895 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition 74503 ESL R064 Grammar and Writing 3 Caruth E 11:00am-12:10pm MTWTh Kornelsen R R 05:30pm-06:50pm T Th 72656 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Savren S 01:00pm-03:15pm T Th 74179 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition STAFF 04:30pm-06:50pm MW ENGLISH 74188 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Bonham T J 09:30am-10:40am MTWTh 72842 ENGL R030K Individualized Study Skills 74193 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Dozen P E HRS BY ARR Croker G B 12:30pm-02:50pm T Th 71737 ENGL R030R Individualized Reading 74194 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Dozen P E HRS BY ARR Caruth E 09:30am-10:40am MTWTh 70833 ENGL R030S Individualized Spelling 74208 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Dozen P E HRS BY ARR Croker G B 12:30pm-02:50pm MW 74433 ENGL R030T Techniques of Tutoring 74209 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Sanchez M HRS BY ARR STAFF 07:00pm-09:20pm T Th 71174 ENGL R030V Vocabulary Development 75876 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Merrill J A HRS BY ARR Young B J 07:00pm-09:20pm MW 71683 ENGL R056 Reading Skills 4 77300 ENGL R096 Intermediate Composition Sanchez M 11:00am-12:20pm MW STAFF 11:00am-01:20pm T Th ‰ ‰ FALL 2009 79 70642 ENGL R101 College Composition 70643 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Rodriguez A S 06:30am-08:20am T Th Rodriguez A S 06:30am-07:50am MW 72368 ENGL R101 College Composition 70644 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Wilkes E HRS BY ARR Wilkes E HRS BY ARR 72370 ENGL R101 College Composition 71385 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Wilkes E HRS BY ARR Wilkes E HRS BY ARR 72919 ENGL R101 College Composition 72432 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Wilkes E HRS BY ARR Savren S 11:00am-12:20pm MW 73391 ENGL R101 College Composition 73441 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Bonham T J HRS BY ARR Fauth L M 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 73437 ENGL R101 College Composition 73561 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Fauth L M 01:00pm-02:50pm MW Savren S 09:30am-10:50am T Th 73474 ENGL R101 College Composition 73566 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Rodriguez A S 09:30am-11:20am T Th Fauth L M 09:30am-10:45am MW 73560 ENGL R101 College Composition 73567 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Wilkes E HRS BY ARR Rodriguez A S 08:00am-09:20am MW 73562 ENGL R101 College Composition 73599 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit STAFF 08:00am-08:50am MTWTh Rodriguez A S 09:30am-10:50am MW 73564 ENGL R101 College Composition 73631 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit STAFF 09:30am-10:20am MTWTh Fauth L M 09:30am-10:45am T Th 73569 ENGL R101 College Composition 73877 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Fauth L M 11:00am-12:50pm MW STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 73587 ENGL R101 College Composition 79283 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit STAFF 06:00pm-09:50pm W Sutton K D 06:00pm-07:50pm T 73594 ENGL R101 College Composition 79283 ENGL R102 Critical Thinking: Comp & Lit Wilkes E HRS BY ARR Sutton K D 08:00am-11:50am S 73596 ENGL R101 College Composition 71781 ENGL R103 Creative Writing STAFF 07:00pm-08:50pm T Th Savren S 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 73627 ENGL R101 College Composition 79413 ENGL R108 American Literature II Bonham T J 11:00am-11:50am MTWTh Croker G B 11:00am-12:15pm MW PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 71846 ENGL R130 Screenwriting 74012 ENGL R101 College Composition Orozco A 07:00pm-09:50pm T STAFF 05:00pm-06:50pm MW 75882 ENGL R140 Composition: ESL Emphasis 74113 ENGL R101 College Composition Smith P 12:30pm-02:45pm T Th Caruth E HRS BY ARR 79312 ENGL R154 Major American Authors II 75877 ENGL R101 College Composition Croker G B 11:00am-12:15pm MW Croker G B 06:00pm-07:50pm W PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & RESOURCE MGMT 76294 ENGL R101 College Composition Savren S 09:00am-10:50am MW 70694 ESRM R100 Intro Enviro Sci & Resrc Mgmt 77438 ENGL R101 College Composition Flint K J 04:00pm-06:50pm W STAFF 06:00pm-09:50pm T 77438 ENGL R101 College Composition FIRE TECHNOLOGY STAFF 08:00am-11:50am S 78552 ENGL R101 College Composition 71170 FT R069B EMT 1 Refresher Caruth E 12:30pm-02:20pm T Manzano L A 08:30am-04:15pm FS PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 71461 FT R069B EMT 1 Refresher 78553 ENGL R101 College Composition Manzano L A 08:30am-04:15pm FS Croker G B 11:30am-12:20pm T Th 74333 FT R070 Firefighter I Academy PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Petersen J P 08:00am-04:50pm SU 78614 ENGL R101 College Composition 74333 FT R070 Firefighter I Academy Fauth L M 01:00pm-02:50pm T Th Petersen J P 06:00pm-09:50pm T W Th 78760 ENGL R101 College Composition PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Rodriguez A S 12:30pm-02:20pm T Th 72206 FT R080A Fire Prevention 1A PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Foster Jr E A 08:00am-04:50pm 79497 ENGL R101 College Composition Sutton K D 08:00am-11:50am S 79497 ENGL R101 College Composition Sutton K D 06:00pm-09:50pm T ‰ ‰ 80 FALL 2009 71554 FT R080B Fire Prevention 1B 73261 FT R169A EMT - BASIC Foster Jr E A 08:00am-04:50pm Sullivan D P 05:00pm-08:50pm T Th 75797 FT R084A Fire Instructor IA 77087 FT R169A EMT - BASIC Ketaily M 08:00am-04:50pm T Crudo T L 08:00pm-04:50pm W 75798 FT R084B Fire Instructor IB Ketaily M 08:00am-04:50pm T GEOGRAPHY 72211 FT R151 Fire Protection Organizations Donabedian C A 04:00pm-06:50pm T 71122 GEOG R101 Elements of Physical Geography 72215 FT R151 Fire Protection Organizations STAFF 08:00am-11:50am S Squire J E 08:30am-11:20am T 71122 GEOG R101 Elements of Physical Geography 72257 FT R151 Fire Protection Organizations STAFF 06:00pm-07:50pm T Houdeshell J P 07:00pm-09:50pm W 72631 GEOG R101 Elements of Physical Geography 72272 FT R151 Fire Protection Organizations Mainzer C M ONLINE Houdeshell J P 08:30am-11:20am W 72864 GEOG R101 Elements of Physical Geography 71421 FT R152 Fire Prevention Technology Mainzer C M 08:00am-09:20am T Th Foster Jr E A 08:00am-10:50am T PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 72278 FT R152 Fire Prevention Technology 72875 GEOG R101 Elements of Physical Geography Hodge D B 07:00pm-09:50pm Th Mainzer C M 05:30pm-06:50pm MW 72580 FT R153 Fund Pers Fire Safety/Emerg Ac 72868 GEOG R101L Physical Geography Lab Hodge D B 07:00pm-09:50pm W Mainzer C M 09:30am-10:50am T Th 73267 FT R153 Fund Pers Fire Safety/Emerg Ac 78480 GEOG R101L Physical Geography Lab Hodge D B 04:00pm-06:50pm Th Mainzer C M 07:00pm-09:50pm W 71428 FT R154 Fire Behavior and Combustion 70621 GEOG R102 World Regional Geography 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T Base D L 08:30am-11:20am Th 77097 GEOL R103 Introduction to Oceanography 73275 FT R161 Bldg Constr for Fire Prot O'Neil T J 09:30am-10:50am MW Base D L 04:00pm-06:50pm Th 77100 GEOL R103 Introduction to Oceanography 73277 FT R164 Fire Company Org/Mgmt O'Neil T J 06:00pm-08:50pm T Petzing N J 07:00pm-09:50pm M 71284 GEOL R103L Intro to Oceanography Lab 77084 FT R167 Fire Apparatus/Equipment O'Neil T J 06:00pm-08:50pm Th Kromka D A 07:00pm-09:50pm W 77102 GEOL R103L Intro to Oceanography Lab 71149 FT R169A EMT - BASIC O'Neil T J 01:00pm-03:50pm Th Sullivan D P 08:30-12:20pm T Th PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 71149 FT R169A EMT - BASIC Beatty K L 08:30am-12:20pm T Th HEALTH EDUCATION 73260 FT R169A EMT - BASIC 71744 HED R101 Health and Society Huhn S P 05:00pm-08:50pm MW Scanlon M P 08:30am-09:20am MW 73260 FT R169A EMT - BASIC 71759 HED R101 Health and Society Strouse N H 05:00pm-08:50pm MW Scanlon M P 09:00am-11:50am F 73261 FT R169A EMT - BASIC 72710 HED R101 Health and Society Ditto B 05:00pm-08:50pm T Th Jones J E 05:00pm-06:50pm Th ‰ ‰ FALL 2009 81 76112 HED R101 Health and Society JAPANESE McClurkin L R 05:00pm-06:50pm M 71786 HED R102 Fitness/Nutrition/Health 73383 JAPN R101 Elementary Japanese I Frallic M D 11:00am-12:20pm MW Kojima S 04:30pm-06:50pm T Th 76157 HED R102 Fitness/Nutrition/Health 70280 JAPN R101A Elementary Japanese 1A Casillas G 11:00am-12:20pm T Th Kojima S 07:00pm-09:50pm T 78558 HED R102 Fitness/Nutrition/Health McClurkin L R 07:00pm-09:50pm M LEARNING SKILLS 71796 HED R103 Women's Health Jones J 09:30am-10:50am T Th 70583 LS R003 Study Skills/LD Students 71802 HED R104 Family & Personal Health Brownlow D L 12:30pm-01:50pm T Th McClurkin L R 09:30am-10:50am MW 70673 LS R006 Improving Memory Strategies 72297 HED R104 Family & Personal Health Brownlow D L 09:30am-10:50am MW Becktel W 12:30pm-01:50pm MW 70092 LS R008 Spelling Improvement 72358 HED R104 Family & Personal Health Frick C A 09:30am-10:50am T Th Frallic M D 07:00pm-09:50pm W 71726 LS R016A Fundamentals of Math I 72302 HED R105 First Aid/Personal Safety Frick C A 11:00am-12:20pm T Th Dibble M M 08:00am-09:20am T Th 70080 LS R016B Fundamentals of Math II 76113 HED R105 First Aid/Personal Safety Frick C A 04:00pm-05:20pm MW Dibble M M 12:30pm-01:50pm T Th 75947 LS R017 Basic Reading Skills for LD 70558 HED R106 Intro to Athletic Training Brownlow D L 02:00pm-03:20pm MW Dibble M M 09:00am-11:50am F 70202 LS R018A Improving Written Language A 70558 HED R106 Intro to Athletic Training Frick C A 02:00pm-03:20pm T Th Muhe J M 09:00am-11:50am F LEGAL ASSISTING HISTORY 70618 HIST R100A World Civilizations I 70616 LA R101 Legal Assisting/Paralegal Fund Dorrance C L 11:00am-12:20pm MW STAFF 08:00pm-09:50pm T 78486 HIST R100A World Civilizations I 71065 LA R104 Legal Research and Writing I Corbett P S ONLINE STAFF 06:00pm-07:50pm T 70613 HIST R100B World Civilizations II 71065 LA R104 Legal Research and Writing I Dorrance C L 11:00am-12:20pm T Th STAFF 01:00pm-04:50pm S 70670 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the US II Newby S G 09:30-10:50 T Th Dorrance C L 09:30am-10:45am T Th 78519 MST R100L Marine Biology Laboratory 71013 HIST R104 History of California Newby S G 01:00pm-03:50pm W STAFF ONLINE 78520 MST R100L Marine Biology Laboratory 72488 HIST R107 History of Mexicans in the US Newby S G 06:00pm-08:50pm W Salinas T A 09:30am-10:50am MW 76139 MST R103 Introduction to Oceanography 72281 HIST R117 History of American Women O'Neil T J 01:00pm-03:50pm T Dorrance C L 12:30pm-01:50pm MW ‰ 82 FALL 2009 77099 MST R103 Introduction to Oceanography 73980 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra O'Neil T J 09:30am-10:50am MW Ruvalcaba L V 09:30am-11:20am T Th 77101 MST R103 Introduction to Oceanography 76214 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra O'Neil T J 06:00pm-08:50pm T Dai D 07:00am-07:50am MTWTh 71045 MST R103L Intro to Oceanography Lab 77198 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra O'Neil T J 06:00pm-08:50pm Th Viveros H H 05:00pm-06:50pm T Th 77103 MST R103L Intro to Oceanography Lab 78473 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra O'Neil T J 01:00pm-03:50pm Th Greason W W 06:00pm-09:50pm M Th 71958 MST R122 Aquaculture 78549 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra McCormick T B 01:00pm-03:50pm Th Rigsby G A 07:00pm-08:50pm MW 71958 MST R122 Aquaculture 71405 MATH R010A Pre-Algebra I Buckley L M 01:00pm-03:50pm T Dean M D TBA 72382 MST R175 Marine Field Studies 71425 MATH R010B Pre-Algebra II McCormick T B 04:00pm-06:50pm Th Dean M D TBA 72320 MST R190 Experiential Education 71452 MATH R010C Pre-Algebra III Newby S G 08:30am-09:50am MW Dean M D TBA 72632 MST R190 Experiential Education 71474 MATH R010D Pre-Algebra IV STAFF HRS BY ARR Dean M D TBA 71488 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra MATHEMATICS Fahs H G 11:00am-01:20pm T Th 72648 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 70330 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Yang C E 08:00am-09:10am MTWTh STAFF 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 72663 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 71911 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Hayashi A T 09:30am-10:40am MTWTh STAFF 08:00am-09:20am MW 72673 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 72397 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Parker M E 09:30am-11:50am T Th STAFF 09:30am-10:50am T Th 72683 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 72452 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Hayashi A T 11:00am-12:10pm MTWTh STAFF 09:30am-10:50am MW 72695 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 72613 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Fahs H G 12:30pm-02:50pm MW Bates M 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 72700 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 72640 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Viveros H H 07:00pm-09:20pm T Th STAFF 05:30pm-06:50pm T Th 72704 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 72661 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Carver G M 04:30pm-06:50pm T Th Norbutas J A 06:00pm-08:50pm T Th 72706 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 76091 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics STAFF 07:00pm-09:20pm MW STAFF 05:30pm-06:50pm MW 72709 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 76163 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Yang C E 04:30pm-06:50pm MW Norbutas J A 06:00pm-08:50pm MW 74757 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 77116 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Parker M E 06:40am-07:50am MTWTh Ruvalcaba L V 12:30pm-01:50pm MW 77119 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 77117 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Black B S ONLINE Ruvalcaba L V 11:00am-12:20pm MW 77491 MATH R011 Elementary Algebra 77128 MATH R009 Basic Mathematics Bates M 08:00am-10:20am T Th Handy R J 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 71308 MATH R011A Elementary Algebra I 71320 MATH R009A Basic Mathematics I STAFF 11:00am-12:15pm MTWTh Dean M D TBA 71495 MATH R011A Elementary Algebra I 71364 MATH R009B Basic Mathematics II Dean M D TBA Dean M D TBA 71528 MATH R011B Elementary Algebra II 71388 MATH R009C Basic Mathematics III Dean M D TBA Dean M D TBA 72160 MATH R014 Intermediate Algebra 71624 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra Ta J L 07:00pm-09:20pm T Th Ruvalcaba L V 12:30pm-02:20pm T Th 72395 MATH R014 Intermediate Algebra 71855 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra Hall S C 08:30am-10:50am T Th Ruvalcaba L V 08:30am-09:20am MTWTh 72404 MATH R014 Intermediate Algebra 72400 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra Black B S ONLINE Isshak Z D 05:00pm-06:50pm MW 72714 MATH R014 Intermediate Algebra 73978 MATH R010 Pre-Algebra Yang C E 06:40am-07:50am MTWTh Yang C E 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R101 Fundamentals of Music 71281 MATH R101 Math for Liberal Arts Major Kenney J E 08:00am-09:20am MW Ruvalcaba L V 09:30am-10:45am MW 79307 MUS R101 Fundamentals of Music 70699 MATH R105 Introductory Statistics Kenney J E 09:30am-10:50am T Th STAFF 12:30pm-02:20pm MW 73003 MUS R103A Music Appreciation I 72401 MATH R105 Introductory Statistics Kenney J E 09:30am-10:50am MW Carver G M 07:00pm-08:50pm T Th 73126 MUS R103A Music Appreciation I 72873 MATH R105 Introductory Statistics Kenney J E 07:00pm-09:50pm M Bates M 09:30am-11:20am MW 79308 MUS R107A Class Piano I 72876 MATH R105 Introductory Statistics Kenney J E 11:00am-12:50pm MW Bates M 12:30pm-02:20pm T Th 73011 MUS R107B Class Piano II 72882 MATH R105 Introductory Statistics Kenney J E 11:00am-12:50pm MW Moreno V M 05:00pm-06:50pm MW 73032 MUS R107C Class Piano III 74484 MATH R106 Math for Business Applications Kenney J E 11:00am-12:50pm MW Andrich J J 12:30pm-01:40pm MTWTh 73022 MUS R107D Class Piano IV 76154 MATH R106 Math for Business Applications Kenney J E 11:00am-12:50pm MW Hall S C 07:00pm-09:20pm T Th 72126 MUS R110A Voice I: Fund/Vocal Techniques 70244 MATH R115 College Algebra Bonn M G 06:00pm-09:50pm Th Black B S 08:00am-09:20am T Th 72177 MUS R110B Voice II: Vocal Developmt/Song 71354 MATH R115 College Algebra Bonn M G 06:00pm-09:50pm Th Jones M C 05:30pm-06:50pm T Th 72188 MUS R110C Voice III: Vocal Develop/Aria 72932 MATH R115 College Algebra Bonn M G 06:00pm-09:50pm Th Black B S 11:00am-12:20pm MW 72189 MUS R110D Voice IV:Voice Music Th Wkshop 72940 MATH R115 College Algebra Bonn M G 06:00pm-09:50pm Th Jones M C 07:00pm-09:50pm T 72234 MUS R116 History of Rock Music 70243 MATH R116 College Trigonometry Edmiston B A 03:30pm-05:20pm MW Jones M C 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 73122 MUS R116 History of Rock Music 70266 MATH R116 College Trigonometry Kenney J E 11:00am-12:20pm T Th Black B S 09:30am-10:50am T Th 77715 MUS R116 History of Rock Music 73363 MATH R120 Calculus I Edmiston B A 03:30pm-05:20pm T Th Parker M E 08:30am-10:50am MW 78831 MUS R116 History of Rock Music 73365 MATH R120 Calculus I Druckman J 03:30pm-05:20pm T Th Moreno V M 07:00pm-09:20pm MW 73148 MUS R118 Introduction to Guitar 70530 MATH R121 Calculus II Gonzales C H 07:00pm-09:50pm M Fahs H G 08:30am-10:50am MW 72670 MATH R121 Calculus II PERSONAL GROWTH Dai D 07:00pm-09:20pm MW 72399 MATH R122 Calculus III 72943 PG R001 Orientation: Oxnard College STAFF 08:30am-10:50am MW Melendez M A HRS BY ARR 73028 MATH R125 Diff Eqns w/Linear Algebra 70705 PG R100A Student Success: EOPS Isshak Z D 07:00pm-09:20pm MW Rivera E G 03:00pm-04:50pm Th 77308 PG R100A Student Success: EOPS Lopez M G 11:00am-12:50pm F ‰ 84 FALL 2009 77309 PG R100A Student Success: EOPS 70714 PE R124 Mexican Folklorico Dance Fontes R A 01:00pm-02:50pm F Sanchez M 04:00pm-06:50pm M 71153 PG R101A Career Devel and Life Plan I 71059 PE R130 Martial Arts-Jujitsu Waits E 05:30pm-06:45pm T Th Casillas G 08:00am-09:20am T Th 74007 PG R101A Career Devel and Life Plan I 71504 PE R131A KOFIT/Aerobic Kickboxing I Corral M C 11:00am-12:15pm MW Casillas G 12:30pm-01:50pm T Th 70062 PG R102 College Success 71505 PE R131A KOFIT/Aerobic Kickboxing I Waits E 11:00am-12:15pm T Th Casillas G 09:30am-10:50am MW 71147 PG R102 College Success 71503 PE R133A Boxing for Fitness I Corral M C 05:30pm-06:45pm MW Casillas G 08:00am-09:20am MW 72757 PE R134A Escrima/Filipino Martial Arts Casillas G 07:00pm-09:50pm T PHILOSOPHY 72538 PE R141A Tennis I Scanlon M P 08:00am-10:50am S 70081 PHIL R100 Critical Thinking 72544 PE R141B Tennis II STAFF 11:00am-12:15pm MW Scanlon M P 08:00am-11:50am S 70386 PHIL R100 Critical Thinking 72105 PE R143 Running for Fitness Tepfer J 07:00pm-09:50pm T Becktel W 11:00am-12:15pm MW 70588 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 72736 PE R143 Running for Fitness STAFF ONLINE Cook R E 03:30pm – 04:45pm M W 70693 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 72825 PE R143 Running for Fitness Tepfer J 07:00pm-09:50pm M McClurkin L R 09:30am-10:45am T Th 71027 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 70378 PE R146 Walking for Fitness STAFF 12:30pm-01:50pm MW Becktel, W 11:00am – 12:15pm MW 71050 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 71022 PE R146 Walking for Fitness Horrock C N 11:00am-12:20pm T Th Cook, R 03:30pm – 4:45pm TR 71413 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 71025 PE R146 Walking for Fitness STAFF 08:00pm-09:50pm T McClurkin, R 09:30am – 10:45am TR 71413 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 73141 PE R148 Women's Conditioning STAFF 01:00pm-04:50pm S Casillas G 11:00am-12:20pm MW 71961 PHIL R101 Introduction to Philosophy 73151 PE R148 Women's Conditioning Horrock C N 08:00am-10:50am F Cohen P J 09:00am-11:50am S 70172 PHIL R102 Introduction to Ethics 73676 PE R148 Women's Conditioning STAFF ONLINE Cohen P J 05:30pm-06:50pm T Th 70911 PHIL R102 Introduction to Ethics 70610 PE R151A Beginning Lifetime Fitness STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm W White G R HRS BY ARR 71234 PHIL R107 Introduction to Logic 71598 PE R151A Beginning Lifetime Fitness Horrock C N 09:30am-10:45am T Th White G R HRS BY ARR 72616 PHIL R107 Introduction to Logic 71607 PE R151A Beginning Lifetime Fitness Horrock C N 04:00pm-06:50pm W White G R HRS BY ARR 70447 PHIL R111 Thinking Critically/Analytc Wr 73641 PE R156A Baseball I STAFF 11:00am-12:20pm MW Larson J 02:30pm-03:20pm M W Th 72633 PHIL R111 Thinking Critically/Analytc Wr 73644 PE R156B Baseball II Tepfer J 07:00pm-09:50pm T Larson J 02:30pm-03:20pm MW 71493 PHIL R114 Social Philosophy 73644 PE R156B Baseball II Horrock C N 08:00am-09:20am MW Larson J 02:30pm-04:20pm Th 73005 PE R165 Conditioning for Athletes PHYSICAL EDUCATION Garziano P L 02:30pm-04:20pm T Th 72186 PE R166 Men's Varsity Cross Country 70050 PE R098G Martial Arts - Tai Chi Chuan Sharp G A 12:00pm-01:50pm MTWRF Chang A T 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 72187 PE R166 Men's Varsity Cross Country 71960 PE R116A Modern Dance I Sharp A A HRS BY ARR MTWRF Cohen P J 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 73984 PE R167 Varsity X-Country/Women 72408 PE R116B Modern Dance II Sharp G A 12:00pm-01:50pm MTWRF Cohen P J 11:00am-12:50pm T Th 74759 PE R167 Varsity X-Country/Women 72496 PE R119A Modern Jazz I Sharp A A HRS BY ARR MTWRF Cohen P J 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 71116 PE R168 Varsity Volleyball 72508 PE R119B Modern Jazz II Fischer D L 03:00pm-04:50pm MTWRF Cohen P J 11:00am-12:50pm T Th ‰ ‰ FALL 2009 85 71129 PE R168 Varsity Volleyball POLITICAL SCIENCE Fischer D L HRS BY ARR 72312 PE R168 Varsity Volleyball 71852 POLS R100 Introduction to Politics Muhe J M 03:00pm-04:50pm MTWRF STAFF 09:30am-10:50am T Th 72313 PE R168 Varsity Volleyball 71884 POLS R100 Introduction to Politics Muhe J M HRS BY ARR STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm W 73985 PE R169 Varsity Soccer 70626 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics Greaney R A 02:00pm-03:50pm MTWRF STAFF 12:30pm-01:50pm MW 73987 PE R169 Varsity Soccer 70759 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics Propster W S 03:30pm-05:20pm MTWRF Guevara G Y 05:00pm-06:50pm T 73988 PE R169 Varsity Soccer PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Greaney R A HRS BY ARR MTWRF 71963 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics 73989 PE R169 Varsity Soccer Guevara G Y 05:00pm-06:50pm T Propster W S HRS BY ARR MTWRF PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 73651 PE R170 Varsity Basketball/Men 72409 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics Perrault J M 02:00pm-03:50pm MTWRF Guevara G Y ONLINE 73653 PE R170 Varsity Basketball/Men 72415 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics Perrault J M HRS BY ARR MTWRF Guevara G Y 08:00am-09:20am MW 73943 PE R171 Varsity Basketball/Women 72906 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics Banks C M 04:00pm-05:50pm MTWRF Guevara G Y 09:30am-10:50am MW 73945 PE R171 Varsity Basketball/Women 79397 POLS R101 Govt of US I: Instit&Politics Sherman P A HRS BY ARR MTWRF Guevara G Y 08:00pm-09:50pm T 73948 PE R185C Baseball Theory PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Larson J 03:30pm-05:20pm MW PHYSICS PSYCHOLOGY 71316 PHYS R101 College Physics 1 72412 PSY R101 General Psychology Miller J W 02:00pm-03:50pm T Th Rodriguez G 08:00am-09:20am MW 72114 PHYS R101L College Physics 1 Laboratory 73902 PSY R101 General Psychology Miller J W 04:00pm-06:50pm Th Chaparro L L 11:00am-12:20pm MW 72531 PHYS R101L College Physics 1 Laboratory 73905 PSY R101 General Psychology Miller J W 04:00pm-06:50pm T Chaparro L L 09:30am-10:50am MW 71362 PHYS R121 Physics with Calculus I 73912 PSY R101 General Psychology Miller J W 02:00pm-03:50pm T Th Chaparro L L 08:00am-09:20am T Th 71362 PHYS R121 Physics with Calculus I 72163 PSY R102A Interpersonal Relations I Miller J W 04:00pm-06:50pm Th Chaparro L L 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 72533 PHYS R121 Physics with Calculus I 73897 PSY R102A Interpersonal Relations I Miller J W 02:00pm-03:50pm T Th Rodriguez G 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 72533 PHYS R121 Physics with Calculus I 72707 PSY R105 Intro to Physiological Psych Miller J W 04:00pm-06:50pm T STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm T 72738 PHYS R132 Science/Engineering Physics 2 72203 PSY R107 Sex Roles Taouk H B 09:00pm-10:20pm T Th STAFF 12:30pm-01:50pm M 72738 PHYS R132 Science/Engineering Physics 2 72203 PSY R107 Sex Roles Taouk H B 07:00pm-08:50pm T Th STAFF 12:30pm-01:50pm W 72298 PSY R107 Sex Roles PHYSIOLOGY STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm T 70684 PHSO R100 Human Physiology 72665 PSY R110 Human Sexuality Abram M W 01:00pm-02:20pm MW Chaparro L L 01:00pm-04:30pm Th 72131 PHSO R100 Human Physiology 77235 PSY R111 The Exceptional Child Garcia G 08:00am-10:50am S Mendez P 07:00pm-09:50pm T 77106 PHSO R100 Human Physiology 71913 PSY R135 Learning and Cognition Frantz J 05:30pm-06:50pm MW Chaparro L L 09:00am-11:50am F 71538 PHSO R100L Human Physiology Laboratory Abram M W 09:30am-12:20pm MW SOCIOLOGY 72554 PHSO R100L Human Physiology Laboratory 70211 SOC R101 Intro to Sociology Abram M W 02:30pm-05:20pm MW Butler M 09:00am-11:50pm F 72747 PHSO R100L Human Physiology Laboratory PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Garcia G 11:00am-04:50pm S 77108 PHSO R100L Human Physiology Laboratory Frantz J 07:00pm-09:50pm MW ‰ 86 FALL 2009 71323 SOC R101 Intro to Sociology SPEECH Butler M 09:30am-10:50am MW 71865 SOC R101 Intro to Sociology 70696 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication Butler M 08:00am-09:20am M Amar G J 04:00pm-06:50pm M PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 70873 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 77262 SOC R102 Social Problems Radford L J 11:00am-12:20pm T Th STAFF 09:30am-10:50am T Th 74022 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 72174 SOC R103 Race and Ethnic Relations London A F 09:30am-10:50am MW STAFF 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 74028 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 72227 SOC R104 Sex Roles Radford L J 09:30am-10:50am T Th Butler M 12:30pm-01:50pm M 74031 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 72227 SOC R104 Sex Roles Amar G J 07:00pm-09:50pm M Butler M 12:30pm-01:50pm W 74032 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 72778 SOC R104 Sex Roles STAFF 04:00pm-06:50pm T STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm T 74038 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication 71965 SOC R106 Contemporary American Family STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm W Butler M 05:00pm-06:50pm W 75734 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm T 77261 SOC R111 Intro to Social Research 77292 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication Butler M 11:00am-12:20pm W Radford L J 12:30pm-01:50pm T Th 77261 SOC R111 Intro to Social Research 78499 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication Butler M 11:00am-12:20pm M London A F 11:00am-12:20pm MW 72301 SOC R114 Social Philosophy 79579 SPCH R101 Intro to Oral Communication Horrock C N 08:00am-09:20am MW London A F 12:30pm-01:50pm MW 72884 SOC R118 Introduction to Human Services 73559 SPCH R108 ESL Academic Oral Comm STAFF 07:00pm-09:50pm W STAFF 09:30am-10:50am T Th 70653 SOC R122 Intro to Education PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Butler M 04:00pm-06:50pm M 70879 SPCH R110 Small Group Communication London A F 12:30pm-01:45pm T Th SPANISH 72182 SPCH R111 Interpersonal Communication London A F 11:00am-12:20pm T Th 70987 SPAN R101 Elementary Spanish I Milan C 11:00am-12:10pm MTWTh 73556 SPAN R101 Elementary Spanish I TELEVISION Eblen C P 09:30am-10:50am MW PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT 70589 TV R101 Intro Digital Film and Video 73885 SPAN R101 Elementary Spanish I Orozco A 04:30pm-06:45pm T Th Eblen C P 04:00pm-06:15pm T 70678 TV R101 Intro Digital Film and Video PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT STAFF 03:20pm-05:20pm T Th 78498 SPAN R101 Elementary Spanish I PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Milan C 12:30pm-01:50pm MW 71075 TV R101 Intro Digital Film and Video PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT STAFF 03:20pm-05:20pm MW 71080 SPAN R101A Elementary Spanish 1A PLUS HOUR BY ARRANGEMENT Garza-Laird M C 04:00pm-06:50pm T 70592 TV R102 Digital Video Production 72357 SPAN R101A Elementary Spanish 1A Orozco A 04:30pm-06:45pm MW Centeno R 07:00pm-09:50pm T 70809 TV R103 Digital Filmmaking 73370 SPAN R101B Elementary Spanish 1B Orozco A 07:00pm-09:20pm MW Madrigal D 07:00pm-09:50pm Th 70757 TV R104 Adv Digital Video Workshop 72428 SPAN R102 Elementary Spanish 2 Orozco A 04:30pm-06:45pm MW Peraza G M 07:00pm-09:20pm MW 70891 TV R105 Screenwriting 73552 SPAN R103 Intermediate Spanish I Orozco A 07:00pm-09:50pm T Eblen C P 11:00am-01:20pm T Th 70786 TV R117 Race, Class, Gender in Film 71424 SPAN R105 Native Spanish Speaker I Orozco A 03:00pm-04:15pm T Th Milan C 09:30am-10:40am MTWTh 71372 TV R190 Internship: Video Production 70315 SPAN R118 Cine en español Orozco A HRS BY ARR Garza-Laird M C 07:00pm-09:50pm T 71487 TV R190 Internship: Video Production Orozco A HRS BY ARR 71622 TV R190 Internship: Video Production Orozco A HRS BY ARR 87 ?? 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Ventura County Community College District is brochure and this “Complaint Procedure for Harassment/Discrimination” actively committed to creating and maintaining an environment which document; respects the dignity of individuals and groups. c. inform Complainant of his or her rights under this complaint The goal of Ventura County Community College District is to be procedure; sensitive to the needs of students, staff and those who interact with the d. assist the Complainant in any way advisable. college community, while preserving the rights of those against whom 3. If the Complainant and the Respondent agree to a proposed allegations have been made. resolution, the resolution shall be implemented and the informal Employees or students of the District who feel that they have been process shall be concluded. At any time during the informal process, harassed or discriminated against based on race, color, national or the Complainant may initiate a formal complaint. ethnic origin, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, 4. The Intake Facilitator shall keep a written log of discussions and a marital status, or physical or mental disability have the right to file a record of the resolution. This information shall become part of the complaint. The procedures outlined govern the process for all discrimina- official investigation file if the Complainant initiates a formal tion complaints filed by employees or students, including sexual complaint. If the parties reach a tentative agreement upon harassment. Complaints may be filed student against student, student resolution of the complaint, a letter summarizing the resolution shall against employee, employee against student, employee against be sent to the Complainant and the Respondent. A copy of this employee, visitor against employee, employee against visitor, etc. letter shall be sent to Human Resources for approval. Complaints must be filed with the District within one year of the 5. Once a complaint is put in writing and signed by the Complainant, alleged harassment or discrimination or within one year of the date on the Complaint is considered to be formal and the formal complaint which the Complainant knew or should have known of the facts of the procedures should be followed. alleged incident. District employees involved in any aspect of investigating or resolving FORMAL PROCESS a complaint of harassment or discrimination will have received training 1. A person who alleges that he or she has personally suffered harass- from a qualified source in advance of their service. ment or discrimination based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, Non-retaliation for filing—no individual will suffer retaliation as a result age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, of filing a claim or being a witness in regard to harassment/discrimination or physical or mental disability shall complete and sign the District’s allegations. Persons engaging in retaliation are subject to disciplinary Harassment/Discrimination Complaint Form within one year of the action. alleged incident or within one year of the date on which the Complainant knew or should have known of the facts of the harassment or DEFINITIONS discrimination incident. Complainant: An individual who believes that he/she has been the 2. On the complaint form, the Complainant shall describe in detail such victim of harassment or discrimination. alleged harassment or discrimination and the action the Complainant Respondent: An individual against whom a claim of harassment or requests to resolve the matter. All written complaints shall be signed and discrimination is made. dated by the Complainant, and shall contain at least the name(s) of the Complaint: A written allegation that a student, staff member, or other individual(s) involved, the date(s) of the event(s) at issue and a detailed individual who interacts with VCCCD has subjected someone to description of the actions constituting the alleged harassment or harassment or discrimination. discrimination. Names, addresses and phone numbers of witnesses or Responsible District Officer: The person at the District who is potential witnesses should also be included, when possible. responsible for coordinating the investigations of all harassment and 3. The Intake Facilitator will review the complaint to determine whether it discrimination complaints. describes the kind of harassment or discrimination which is prohibited Intake Facilitator: The person on the campus or at the District Service under these procedures and whether the complaint sufficiently describes Center who is responsible for conducting the informal and/or formal the facts of the alleged misconduct. If the complaint does not describe investigation of all harassment/discrimination complaints. the kind of prohibited conduct the District investigates under the The District has established the following procedures to resolve charges procedures, the Complainant will be notified and will be referred to the of harassment or discrimination. appropriate process. If the complaint does not sufficiently describe the facts giving rise to the complaint so that a determination can be made INFORMAL PROCESS regarding whether the alleged misconduct is covered under these An individual who has reason to believe that he or she has been a procedures, the complaint will be returned and the Complainant will be victim of harassment or discrimination based on race, color, national or invited to submit an amended complaint providing enough factual detail ethnic origin, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, to allow the above determination to be made. veteran status, or physical or mental disability may resolve the matter 4. After a proper complaint is received, the Intake Facilitator shall through an informal process under this procedure. Participation in the investigate the charges as stated in the complaint. The Intake Facilitator informal process is optional and not a prerequisite to filing a formal shall send a copy of the complaint to the Responsible District Officer, complaint. who, after consultation with the Vice Chancellor of Human Resources 1. A person who believes that he or she has personally suffered and the District Chancellor, shall send a copy to the State Chancellor of harassment or discrimination should contact the appropriate Intake the California Community College System. A summary of the complaint Facilitator at their location to directly discuss his or her concerns. and procedures shall also be sent to the Respondent. A copy of the 2. The Intake Facilitator may inform the Respondent of the possible complaint will be maintained in the Office of Human Resources at the complaint and shall meet with the Complainant to: District Service Center. 89 5. The Intake Facilitator shall meet with the Complainant to review the APPEAL RIGHTS nature of the complaint and identify the scope and nature of the If the Complainant is not satisfied with the results of the formal level investigation. If the Complainant fails to meet with the Intake Facilitator administrative determination, the Complainant may appeal the within a reasonable time (usually 10 working days), the Intake determination by submitting objections to the District Chancellor within Facilitator will continue the investigation to the best of his/her abilities fifteen calendar days of the receipt of the determination. Within forty- based on the written formal complaint. After meeting with the five calendar days of receiving the Complainant’s appeal, a copy of Complainant, the Intake Facilitator shall give the Respondent an the final District decision rendered by the District Chancellor shall be opportunity to meet with him/her to receive the Respondent’s answer forwarded to the Complainant , the State Chancellor of the California to the complaint and to review with Respondent the scope and nature Community College System, and, if appropriate, the Respondent. of the investigation. Complainant and Respondent may inform the If the District Chancellor does not act within forty-five calendar days, Intake Facilitator of witnesses to contact and may present documents the administrative determination shall be deemed approved and shall in support of their positions. become the final District decision in the matter. Complainant shall have 6. Prior to completing the investigation, the Intake Facilitator shall meet the right to file a written appeal with the State Chancellor of the again with the Complainant and the Respondent separately, to give an California Community College System within thirty calendar days after overview of the steps taken during the investigation, to ask Complainant the District Chancellor has issued the final District decision or permits and Respondent for the names of any other individuals the Intake the administrative determination to become final. Facilitator might speak with to request any additional information. 7. The Responsible District Officer shall determine whether harassment HOW TO FILE A HARASSMENT OR DISCRIMINATION COMPLAINT or discrimination did or did not occur with respect to each allegation in 1. A copy of these procedures and the Ventura County Community the complaint. The findings shall take into consideration the severity College District’s Harassment/Discrimination Complaint forms are of the conduct, the pervasiveness of the conduct, the pertinent available in the Office of Human Resources, the offices of the Intake background, and other relevant District policies. Facilitators on each campus, and in the Executive Vice President’s If disciplinary action is recommended, appropriate contractual due Office on each campus. process and statutory processes will be invoked. If the Responsible 2. Completed complaint forms may either be mailed or delivered to the District Officer finds there is no evidence to sustain the allegation, the Ventura County Community College District, Assistant Vice Chancellor record shall be kept confidential, except to the extent that disclosure of Human Resources, 333 Skyway Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010, or to may be required by law. The records will be destroyed to the extent the one of the Intake Facilitators on each campus. law allows. 3. Complaints must be filed with the District within one year of the After completion of the investigation, the Intake Facilitator shall meet alleged unlawful harassment or discrimination or within one year of the with the Responsible District Officer who shall be responsible for date on which the Complainant knew or should have known of the facts reviewing the Intake Facilitator’s report, making factual determinations, of the alleged incident. reaching a conclusion regarding the charges, and recommending 4. A person who alleges that he or she has personally suffered appropriate action, if any. harassment or discrimination based on race, color, national or ethnic 8. In the event the complaint is against the Responsible District Officer, origin, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital the Vice Chancellor of Human Resources shall appoint an investigator status, or physical or mental disability, or one who has learned of such to review the complaint. In the event the complaint is against the Vice unlawful harassment or discrimination, shall invoke the procedures Chancellor of Human Resources, the District Chancellor or designee described above. shall appoint an investigator to hear the complaint, receive the report, 5. An individual may also file a complaint of unlawful discrimination with and make a determination on any final action. the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 2014 “T” Street, Suite 9. The District shall complete its investigation and forward to the 210, Sacramento, CA 98514, the United States Department of Complainant and Respondent within 90 calendar days of receiving a Education, Office of Civil Rights, 50 United Nations Plaza, Room 239, complaint, and the Chancellor of the California Community College San Francisco, CA 94102, or the Department of Fair Employment and System within 150 calendar days of receiving a complaint, all of the Housing may be called at 1-408-291-7352. These additional procedures following: may be used at the time of filing a complaint, during, or after use of the District harassment or discrimination complaint process. Filing a. A summary of the investigative report; deadlines for the aforementioned offices may vary. Note that the filing b. A written notice setting forth: deadlines and procedures for each agency may differ. (1) the findings of the District investigator and District Chancellor as 6. Non-retaliation for filing—no individual will suffer retaliation as a to whether harassment or discrimination based on race, color, result of filing a claim or being a witness in regard to harassment/dis- national or ethnic origin, age, gender, religion, sexual orienta- crimination allegations. Persons engaging in retaliation are subject to tion, veteran status, marital status, or physical or mental disciplinary action. disability did or did not occur with respect to each allegation in the complaint; DISSEMINATION (2) a description of actions to be taken, if any, to remedy any The District will disseminate the information regarding District policies discrimination or harassment that occurred and to prevent and appropriate procedures on harassment and discrimination to all similar problems from occurring in the future; employees and students by announcing its existence in prominent (3) the proposed resolution of the complaint; places throughout the District including, but not limited to, the college (4) the Complainant’s right to appeal to the District Chancellor, catalog and schedule of classes, appropriate employee and/or student then the State Chancellor of the California Community College publications, on official District and Union bulletin boards, and by direct System; and communication to District employees. (5) In the event disciplinary action is recommended for the Respondent, he/she shall be entitled to all due process procedures provided by statute and/or the employee collective bargaining agreement. 90 California Nonresident Tuition Exemption Request For Eligible California High School Graduates Complete and sign this form to request an exemption from Nonresident Tuition. You must submit any documentation required by the College or University (for example, proof of high school attendance in California). Contact the California Community College, University of California or California State University campus where you intend to enroll (or are enrolled) for instructions on documentation, additional procedures and applicable deadlines. ELIGIBILITY: I, the undersigned, am applying for a California Nonresident Tuition Exemption for eligible California high school graduates at (specify the college or university) ____________________________________________ and I declare the following: Check YES or NO boxes: o Yes o No I have graduated from a California high school or have attained the equivalent thereof, such as a High School Equivalency Certificate, issued by the California State GED Office or a Certificate of Proficiency, resulting from the California High School Proficiency Examination. o Yes o No I have attended high school in California for three or more years. Provide information on all school(s) you attended in grades 9 - 12 School City State Dates: From - Month/Year To - Month/Year Documentation of high school attendance and graduation (or its equivalent) is required by the University of California, The California State University and some California Community Colleges. Follow campus instructions. Check the box that applies to you -- check only one box: o I am a nonimmigrant alien as defined by federal law, [including, but not limited to, a foreign student (F visa) or exchange visitor (J visa)]. OR o I am NOT a nonimmigrant alien (including, but not limited to, a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or an alien without lawful immigration status). AFFIDAVIT: I, the undersigned, declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the information I have provided on this form is true and accurate. I understand that this information will be used to determine my eligibility for the nonresident tuition exemption for eligible California high school graduates. I hereby declare that, if I am an alien without lawful immigration status, I have filed an application to legalize my immigration status or will file an application as soon as I am eligible to do so. I further understand that if any of the above information is untrue, I will be liable for payment of all nonresident charges from which I was exempted and may be subject to disciplinary action by the College or University. Print Full Name (as it appears on your campus student records) Campus/Student Identification Number Print Full Mailing Address (Number, Street, City, State, Zip Code) Email Address (Optional) Phone Number (Optional) Signature Date 91 Solicitud para la colegiatura estatal de California Para graduados de una preparatoria en California Complete y firme este formulario para solicitar la exención de pago de cuotas para No-residentes. Debe entregar cualquier documentación que le exija el Colegio o Universidad (por ejemplo, prueba de haber asistido a una preparatoria en California). Para más información sobre los documentos necesarios para admisiones y los plazos, póngase en contacto con el colegio o universidad de uno de los siguientes sistemas: Colegios Comunitarios de California (CCC), Universidad Estatal de California (CSU), o la Universidad de California (UC). Elegibilidad: Yo, el infrascripto, solicito la exención de pago de cuotas para no-residentes, disponible para (los) estudiantes que se han recibido de la preparatoria en California y buscan admisiones a (especifique un colegio o universidad) _____________________________________ _______________________ y declaro lo siguiente: Marque la respuesta correspondiente a su situación: o Si o No (Yo) me he recibido de una preparatoria (high school) y tengo un diploma o el equivalente GED (General Education Diploma), el certificado de equivalencia de la preparatoria (High School Equivalency Certificate), o algún otro certificado proveniente del examen de aprendizaje al nivel de preparatoria (Certificate of Proficiency, resulting from the California High School Proficiency Examination). o Si o No (Yo) he asistido a una preparatoria (high school) en California por un mínimo de tres años. Presente información sobre todas las escuelas en las que se haya registrado en los niveles de 9 - 12: Preparatoria Ciudad Estado Fecha: De – Mes/ Año A – Mes/ Año La Universidad de California (UC), las Universidades Estatales de California (CSU), y los Colegios Comunitarios de California (CCC) requieren prueba de asistencia y graduación (o su equivalente). Por favor de seguir las directivas de cada colegio o universidad Marque la respuesta correspondiente a su situación – solo marque una respuesta: o Yo soy un extranjero no inmigrante legal según lo define la ley federal [(con inclusión, pero sin limitarse a un estudiante extranjero (visa tipo F) o un visitante de intercambio (con visa tipo J)]. O o NO soy un extranjero no inmigrante (con inclusión, pero sin limitarse a un ciudadano norteamericano, un residente permanente, o un extranjero sin estatus inmigratorio legal). DECLARACIÓN: Yo, el solicitante de la presente, declaro bajo pena de perjurio bajo las leyes del Estado de California que la información que yo he presentado en esta solicitud es verdadera y exacta. Entiendo que esta información será utilizada para determinar mi elegibilidad para la colegiatura estatal para estudiantes graduados de una preparatoria en California. Asimismo, declaro que si soy una persona indocumentada, (1) ya he presentado la solicitud para legalizar mi estatus inmigratorio o (2) comenzaré a legalizar mi estatus inmigratorio en cuanto tenga la oportunidad de hacerlo. Además, entiendo que si la información que he presentado es falsa, yo seré responsable de pagar todos los cargos de no residente de los que he sido exento. Adicionalmente, pueden haber acciones disciplinarias tomadas por el colegio o universidad. Nombre Completo (escrito como aparece en la registración escolar) Número de Identificación Escolar Dirección (Calle, Ciudad, y Código Postal) Correo Electrónico (Opcional) Número de Teléfono (Opcional) Firma Fecha 92 CAMPUS MAP 93 BUILDING & SERVICES GUIDE Building Guide Math Office Occupations Preparation MC (McNish Art Gallery) M & O (Maintenance and AT (Auto Technology) Science Operations) Automotive Technology Humanities NH (North Hall) Auto Body Repair Success Academy LRC (Learning Resources Center) CD (Child Development Center) Administrative and Faculty Offices OE (Occupational Education) CSSC (Community Student Services Admissions and Records Air Conditioning Center) Civic Center Bookstore Career & CalWORKs Services Community Services Career & Technical Education Division Center for International Trade Dev. Counseling Office Cisco Academy Economic Development & Evening Programs Computer Information Systems Innovation Financial Aid Information Processing Systems EOPS Human Resources Hotel and Restaurant Management O.C. Foundation Learning Center Publications/Campus Resource International Students Library Center Job & Career Center Media Center Student Business Office Re-entry Center Outreach and Recruitment Student Activities Tutorial Center PE (Physical Education) Student Conference Center Television Studio Athletics Student Government Traffic School Gymnasium Veterans Assistance Physical Education DH (Dental Hygiene Facility) FLS (FL Language Centre) LS (Letters & Science) SH (South Hall) JCC (Job & Career Center Computer Science Ceramics Classrooms) English Art LA (Liberal Arts Building) Language Forum (LA-6) Math SS (Student Services Building) Offices and Classrooms Science Educational Assistance Center Addictive Disorders Studies Social Science Health Center Business Liberal Education Division Office High-Tech Center Child Development Math, Science, Health Division Police (Campus) Computer Information Systems Office SERVICES GUIDE Building EOPS/CARE..............................CSSC Maintenance & Operations............M&O Administrative Offices......................LRC Evening Programs...........................LRC McNish Art Gallery............................MC Admissions & Records....................LRC FLS.................................................FLS Media Center..................................LRC Bookstore..........................................OE Financial Aid..................................LRC Parking Permit Machine......................X Career & CalWORKs Services.....CSSC Food Services........................Cafeteria Police (Campus)...................................SS Campus Police...................................SS Forum...............................................LA Publications/Campus Resource Cntr...OE Campus Resource Center.................OE Foundation..................................CSSC Re-entry Center...............................CSSC Center for International Health Center...................................SS Student Business Office.......................OE Trade Development......................CSSC High-Tech Center.............................SS Student Center................................CSSC Child Development Center................CD Human Resources.........................LRC Television Studio................................LRC Cisco Academy..................................OE Information Technology..................LRC Traffic School.....................................LRC Civic Center.....................................LRC International Students.................CSSC Transfer Center..................................LRC Community Services........................LRC Job & Career Center...................CSSC Tutorial Center..................................LRC Counseling.......................................LRC Learning Center.............................LRC Veteran’s Assistance..........................LRC Economic Development................CSSC Learning Resources Center...........LRC Educational Assistance Center..........SS Library............................................LRC Aggravated Assault...............................................0 Miscellaneous.....................................................10 CAMPUS SAFETY STATISTICS Theft.....................................................................34 Computer Crime...................................................0 Motor Vehicle Theft...............................................2 Traffic Accidents...................................................11 The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of Arson.....................................................................1 Battery....................................................................2 1990 requires institutions to report data for cer- Misdemeanor Assault............................................0 Felony Arrest........................................................10 tain criminal acts that occur on campus. The Drug Violations......................................................6 Misdemeanor Arrest (Traffic Related Included)...44 Ventura County Community College District Police Alcohol Violations ..................................................9 Restraining Order .................................................1 Department office reported the following crimes on Weapons Violations...............................................2 Hate Crimes...........................................................0 the Oxnard College campus for the reporting Vandalism...........................................................20 Stalking..................................................................1 period January 1, 2008 to December 31, 2008. Bomb Threats........................................................0 DUI Arrest............................................................. 7 Fraud/Embezzlement............................................4 Annoying Phone Calls.......................................... 2 Criminal Homicide..................................................0 Stolen Property (Buy/Receive/Possess)................0 Criminal Threats....................................................2 Rape......................................................................0 Sex Crimes............................................................1 Disturbing the Peace............................................10 Robbery.................................................................1 Burglary................................................................4 94 Statement of Nondiscrimination The Ventura County Community Colleges are committed to providing an equal opportunity for admissions, student financing, student support facilities and activities, and employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, marital status or Vietnam veteran status, in accordance with the requirements of Title IX of the Education Amendments of l972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of l964 (as amended by the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of l972), sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of l973 and the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of l974, Executive Order 11246 (as amended by Executive Order 11375), and the Federal Age Discrimination Employment Act of l967 and the Age Discrimi-Nation Employment Act Amendments of l978 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of l992. The Ventura County Community College District has a policy of nondiscrimination regarding persons with disabilities and a process for resolving allegations of discrimination. If you feel that you have been discriminated against because of a disability, you should first contact the program coordinator at (805) 986-5830 or the dean at (805) 986-5847. *Proposed programs for the 2008-09 academic year PARKING PERMIT AVOID THE LINES ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES! 1. Select permit option at www.oxnardcollege.edu/webstar 2. Pay your fees online with Visa/Master/American Express/Discover This is the sample of information we need from you for parking permit, please bring the # information with you in person to get your parking permit at the Student Business Office. Date __________________________________________ Social Security # ________________________________________ Name _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Last First Middle Address ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Address & Street City Zip License Plate #______________________________________ License Plate #______________________________________ Make ___________________________ Year_______________ Make______________________________ Year__________ Office use: Permit #_________________________ Office use: Permit #_________________________________ Other Campus Numbers Area Code (805) General Information (Numbers not listed below).................................986-5800 Instruction...........................................................986-5814 Addictive Disorders Studies................986-5800 Ext. 1940 Liberal Studies Division.......................................986-5804 Athletic Program/ Math, Science, Health & Athletics Division..........986-5803 Physical Education/Health...................................986-5825 Public Relations Office........................................986-5809 Career & Technical Education Division...............986-5824 Contract Education.............................................986-5888 Economic Development & Innovation.................986-5888 OC-TV.................................................................986-5817 Evening Programs...............................................986-5807 PACE Program...................................986-5800 Ext. 2024 Facility Use..........................................................986-5822 Registrar .............................................................986-5843 Fire Academy/Technology...................................384-8110 Student Activities.................................................986-5978 Institutional Research.........................................986-5897 Student Services.................................................986-5847 The Oxnard College Foundation has been in existence since for campus needs to include a street sweeper, 3 golf carts, furniture 1983. Our Board of Directors consists of community leaders for three offices, portion of the Marquee, helped fund campaign in the Oxnard/Camarillo area. OCF has earned $500,000 in for the “S Bond” in Ventura County, funding to build restrooms the Title V Endowment Grant to supplement the $25,000 in in the new parking lot. Campus sponsored programs include Student Scholarships and Awards Ceremony. OCF the Adopt-A-Computer Program (provided over 800 involved in many community activities and fundraisers that computers to students), Campus Clean-up Day, providing include the weekend Community Market at Oxnard trees, trimming/removal, GEO Bowl, Proyecto Access, College (grossing $600,000) and the M.O.V.E. Golf Interactive Science and Math Expo, Book Loan Vouchers, Tournament, Moorpark, Oxnard and Ventura for Education Discretionary Fund for Special Events and Multi-Cultural Day ($30,000). Funds were provided by OCF to purchase equipment at Oxnard College.
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