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  1. 1. Northwest-Shoals Community College General Information Welcome Summer Semester 2011 Full Term Classes Welcome to Northwest-Shoals Community College (NW-SCC), May 25-August 3 where tremendous opportunities await you. I am delighted that First Mini-Term Classes you are exploring these options and hope that you will fulfill your May 25-June 29 educational goals. Second Mini-Term Classes Students of all ages and backgrounds attend Northwest-Shoals Community College. Some strive to earn their associates June 30-August 3 degree and transfer to a four-year college or university. Some 8 Week Term Classes choose to upgrade their job skills and immediately enter the June 1-July 27 workforce. Regardless of your educational desires, Northwest- Shoals is the place for you. AT T E N T I O N Students find the relatively small class size and flexible course schedules are exactly what they need to match their busy NEW STUDENTS Dr. Humphrey Lee lifestyles. Online, evening, distance learning, and continuing President New Student Orientation education classes are among the many options Northwest- Shoals offers. Classes Meet:For more than 45 years, this college has provided the citizens of northwest Alabama with first-rate, One Time Onlyeducational programs within a supportive learning and teaching environment. Northwest-Shoalshas enjoyed establishing itself as a vital part of the communities in which it serves. May 24 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.At Northwest-Shoals Community College, we want to help connect you to the career path of your or 5:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.choice. Best wishes throughout the summer semester and the 2010-2011 academic year. Phil Campbell and Shoals or STUDENT SERVICES Second Mini-Term If problems with: Contact *Phone Number Academic Programs . . . . . . . . . . .Vice President of Instruction . .331-5217/331-6270 June 30-August 3 Address Change . . . . . . . . . . . . .Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . .331-5425/331-6227 Thursdays Adding/Dropping a Class . . . . . . .Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . .331-5425/331-6227 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . .331-5425/331-6227 Shoals Only Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Athletic Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5466 or Auditing a Course(s) . . . . . . . . . .Registrar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5267/331-6219 Distance Education Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5227/331-6213 See Main Section of Career Information . . . . . . . . . . . .Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5286/331-6297 Class Schedule for Details Clubs and Organizations . . . . . . .Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5207/331-6201 Disabilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Student Support Services . . . .331-5321 Final Exams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vice President of Instruction . .331-5217/331-6270 TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Aid Office . . . . . . . . .331-5364/331-6232 Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 GED Testing/Adult Education . . . .Advising Center . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5443/331-6297 Advisor List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Graduation Applications . . . . . . . .Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . .331-5425/331-6219 Applying for Graduation . . . . . . . . .7 Graduation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vice President of Instruction . .331-5217/331-6270 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Housing (Shoals Campus) . . . . . .Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5207 Child Development Center . . . . . . .8 ID Cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5207/331-6261 COMPASS Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Intramurals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Student Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5370/331-6260 Continuing Education . . . . . . . .28-30 Job Placement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5286/331-6297 Course Listings Parking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Campus Safety . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5415/331-6304 Summer Semester . . . . . . . .11-24 Parking Permits . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Campus Safety . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5415/331-6304 Mini-Term Courses . . . . . . . .25-26 Placement Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Testing Lab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5482/331-6297 Short-Term Courses . . . . . . . . .25 Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Cashier’s Office . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5226/331-6382 Distance Education Courses . .27-28 Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . .331-5425/331-6219 Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7 Scholarships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Aid Office . . . . . . . . .331-5417/331-6232 Final Examination Schedule . . . . . .8 Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . .331-5461/331-6227 Refund Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Transfer Credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Registrar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .331-5267/331-6227 Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4 Tutoring Services . . . . . . . . . . . . .Student Support Services . . . .331-5318/331-6276 Senior Citizen Discount . . . . . . . . . .7 Withdrawal from Classes . . . . . . .Admissions Office . . . . . . . . . .331-5461/331-6219 Student Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Work Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Financial Aid Office . . . . . . . . .331-5364/331-6222 Tuition and Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 * 256 area code required2011 Summer Semester Page 1
  2. 2. Northwest-Shoals Community College Advising Information CREDIT HOURS C U R R E N T LY ENROLLED STUDENTS1. A normal credit hour load is Students must see assigned advisors in order to register. Please arrange an appointment with considered 15-16. your advisor immediately. Advisors’ respective campus telephone numbers and office locations2. Students who enroll for less than 12 (buildings) are listed on this page in the adjacent column. The prefix for all College telephone credit hours are considered part-time. numbers is 256-331-xxxx. Advisors are located on the Shoals Campus if their extension begins3. Students enrolling for more than 19 with five (5) and the Phil Campbell Campus if their extension begins with six (6). credit hours must have the approval of the Vice President of Instruction’s office. An absolute maximum of 24 Contact the Admissions Office credit hours exists for all students. if you do not know your advisor’s name. NEW STUDENT (800) 645-8967 or 256-331-5425/256-331-6227 ADVISING ADVISOR EXT. BLDG. ADVISOR EXT. BLDG.First-time freshmen, transfer, transient, ALLS, Joe Mark . . . . . . .6229 . . . . . . . . . .S-13 MAUPIN, Tim . . . . . . . . .5247 . . . . . . . . . . .105dual enrollment and/or readmitted AUSTIN, Alex . . . . . . . . .5449 . . . . . . . . . . .104 MCALISTER, Jeff . . . . . .6299 . . . . . . . .FA-09Gstudents will be assigned advisors early in BALES, Ann . . . . . . . . . .6298 . . . . . . . .OC-220 MCCLINTON, Tywana . .5212 . . . . . . . . . . .112the registration process by personnel in BALTES, Joan . . . . . . . .5353 . . . . . . . . . . .112 MCCLUNG, Michael . . . .6313 . . . . . . . . .AV-16the Admissions Office. BANKSTON, Callie . . . .5265 . . . . . . . . . . .110 MCGOUYRK, Steve . . . .5246 . . . . . . . . . . .103 BENSON, Debbie . . . . .5296 . . . . . . . . . . .120 MCINTOSH, John . . . . .5323 . . . . . . . . . . .100Please read the “Open Registration” BONNER, Jim . . . . . . . .5244 . . . . . . . . . . .102 MURPHY, Dr. Mike . . . .6246 . . . . . . . . . . . S-4section on Page 4 of this publication for an BOWEN, Eddie . . . . . . .5303 . . . . . . . . . . .120 NESBITT, Marcia . . . . . .5320 . . . . . . . . . . .120explanation of the registration process and BRACKINS, Ken . . . . . .6242 . . . . . . . . .A-16N OLIVER, Stephanie . . . .6293 . . . . . . . .OC-229assignment of advisors. BUTLER, Ann . . . . . . . .8033 . . . . . . . . . . .122 OYEN, Todd . . . . . . . . . .5437 . . . . . . . . . . .122 CARTER, Edwin . . . . . .5277 . . . . . . . . . . .127 PACE, Diane . . . . . . . . .5352 . . . . . . . . . . .107Advisors assigned will be listed in the section CARTER, Tom . . . . . . . .5263 . . . . . . . . . . .100 PEARSON, Selina . . . . .5487 . . . . . . . . . . .120found on this page. Call the Admissions CHANDLER, Stephen . .5234 . . . . . . . . . . .112 PECK, Donna . . . . . . . .5299 . . . . . . . . . . .127Office should you have questions. COLAGROSS, Dr. Glenda .5275 . . . . . . . . . . .100 PETERS, Pam . . . . . . . .6326 . . . . . . . . . . .302 CRABTREE, Sherry . . . .6258 . . . . . . . . .AV-18 POOL, Bradley . . . . . . . .6295 . . . . . . . . .AV-25For further information concerning advisor DABBS, Dr. Carole . . . .6250 . . . . . . . .OC-227 REAVES, Ricky . . . . . . .5201 . . . . . . . . . . .103assignments, transferability, or program of DEMORSE, Chris . . . . .5336 . . . . . . . . . . .122 REID, Eric . . . . . . . . . . .5231 . . . . . . . . . . .104study requirements, contact DURDUNJI, Diann . . . . .5450 . . . . . . . . . . .107 RHODES, Wanda . . . . .5458 . . . . . . . . . . .122 EDWARDS, Dr. Ronald .5268 . . . . . . . . . . .112 RICE, Alton . . . . . . . . . .5257 . . . . . . . . . . .105Wanda M. Lewis . . . . . . . .256-331-5359 ENGLAND, Dr. Robert . .5309 . . . . . . . . . . .120 RICKETTS, Kim . . . . . . .5331 . . . . . . . . . . .122 EUBANKS, Claude . . . .5293 . . . . . . . . . . .122 ROBERSON, Teresa . . .5276 . . . . . . . . . . .112 C O M PA S S FORD, Parris . . . . . . . . .5306 . . . . . . . . . . .122 FREDERICK, Jan . . . . .5494/6294 . .108/FA-10 ROBINSON, Kym . . . . .6267 . . . . . . . . .AV-17 ROGERS, Michelle . . . .6220 . . . . . . . .OC-221 PLACEMENT TEST GARNER, Roger . . . . . .5254 . . . . . . . . . . .108 RUMBLEY, Janet . . . . . .5248 . . . . . . . . . . .127 GIBSON, LIsa . . . . . . . .6243 . . . . . . . . .AV-22 SEALY, Pat . . . . . . . . . . .5324 . . . . . . . . . . .120Shoals Campus: Compass given by GOODLOE, Daron . . . . . . . .5372 . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 SHACKELFORD, Tony .6260 . . . . . . . .H-107Bappointment. Call the Advising Center at HACKWORTH, Joe . . . .5335 . . . . . . . . . . .109 SHARP, Tom . . . . . . . . .5420 . . . . . . . . . . .110256-331-5359 (Wanda Lewis) or 256-331- HALL, Bruce . . . . . . . . .5251 . . . . . . .102/106 SIMPSON, Mark . . . . . .5435 . . . . . . . . . . .1225375 (Melanie Thompson). If no answer, HARDY, Charles . . . . . .5236 . . . . . . . . . . .109 SMITH, Brian . . . . . . . . .8007/5379 . . . . . .120call the Testing Lab between 4:00 and 8:00 HARRISON, Sam . . . . .5250 . . . . . . . . . . .103 SMITH, Shelia . . . . . . . .5337/6207 . .122/OC-228p.m. at 256-331-5482. HOGAN, Paul . . . . . . . .5232 . . . . . . . . . . .112 SOCKWELL, Dr. Craig . .5378 . . . . . . . . . . .123 HOLCOMB, Susan . . . .6244 . . . . . . . .OC-222 SOUTH, Desiree . . . . . .5211 . . . . . . . . . . .112Phil Campbell Campus: Compass given by HORTON, Lana . . . . . . .5295 . . . . . . . . . . .123 SWINNEY, Kaye . . . . . .6254 . . . . . . .OC-311Aappointment. Call Carolyn Fincher at 256- HOWARD, Tommy . . . . .5259 . . . . . . . . . . .122 SYKES, Donna . . . . . . .6249 . . . . . . . .OC-205331-6297 for an appointment. HUBKA, Mike . . . . . . . . .5270 . . . . . . . . . . .115 TAYLOR, Charles . . . . . .5462/6218 . . .100/301 HUMPHRES, Brittney . .6237 . . . . . . . .OC-228 TEDFORD, Abby . . . . . .6256 . . . . . . . .OC-207Children, cell phones and pagers are not INGLE, Crystal . . . . . . . .8024 . . . . . . . . . . .120 TERRY, Ricky . . . . . . . .5251 . . . . . . . . . . .102allowed in Testing or Career Lab. JAMES, Jeff . . . . . . . . . .6234 . . . . . .OC-108S THOMPSON, Melanie . .5375 . . . . . . . . . . .127 JAMES, Dr. Timmy . . . . .6281 . . . .OC-105/A-12 THORNTON, Carol . . . .5294 . . . . . . . . . . .120 An Equal Employment JOHNSON, Matthew . . .5247 . . . . . . . . . . .105 TICE, Cindy . . . . . . . . . .6221 . . . . . . . .OC-223 Opportunity Institution JONES, Rose . . . . . . . .5367/5313 . . . . . .123 TIDWELL, Cindy . . . . . .5305 . . . . . . . . . . .122It is the official policy of the Alabama Postsecondary KEETON, Brian . . . . . . .5254 . . . . . . . . . . .108 TIDWELL, Kim . . . . . . . .5265 . . . . . . . . . . .110Department of Education and Northwest-Shoals KELLEY, Tim . . . . . . . . .6287 . . . . . . . . .AV-13 TRAPP, Rachel . . . . . . .5237/6288 . . . . .114/306LCommunity College that no person in Alabama shall, LEE, Mark . . . . . . . . . . .5491 . . . . . . . . . . .118 TUCKER, Kim . . . . . . . .5468 . . . . . . . . . . .110on the grounds of race, color, disability, sex, religion, LEWIS, Wanda . . . . . . .5359 . . . . . . . . . . .127 VANDIVER, Dudley . . . .5247 . . . . . . . . . . .105creed, national origin, or age, be excluded from LYLES, Lin . . . . . . . . . . .5254 . . . . . . . . . . .108 VAUGHN, Linda . . . . . . .6283 . . . . . . . . .AV-22participation, be denied the benefits of, or be LOGAN, Sarah . . . . . . . .6252 . . . . . . . .OC-206 WAIDE, Linda . . . . . . . .5321 . . . . . . . . . . .100subjected to discrimination under any program, LONG, Ginger . . . . . . . .5334 . . . . . .120/AV-17 WARD, Kristy . . . . . . . . .5370 . . . . . . . . . . .118activity, or employment. LYNDON, Ann . . . . . . . .5319 . . . . . . . . . . .110 WATSON, Sharon B. . . .6253 . . . . . . . . .AV-24 Page 2 2011 Summer Semester
  3. 3. Northwest-Shoals Community College Registration Information REGISTRATION SCHEDULE *Web-Based Registration - Currently Enrolled Students . . . . . . .(Beginning at 7:30 a.m.) April 16-May 23 *On-Site Registration - Currently Enrolled Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April 18-May 22 *Transient & Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .April 25-29 OPEN REGISTRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .May 23 *Advisement for registration by appointment only. S P E C I A L I N F O R M AT I O N TRANSIENT STUDENTTo be able to register, all currently enrolled students must have a Photo I.D. R E G I S T R AT I O NCard. April 25-29After currently enrolled students have met with their advisors and obtained Transient students attending Northwest-Shoalsclearance to register, students have the following registration options: Community College for the first time may take1. Web-Based registration. advantage of early registration for the summer2. Faculty members may enter the student’s registration in their offices. semester. A completed application for admission and3. Admissions Office available for registration problems. an approved transient letter must be submitted to the Admissions Office by April 4, 2011, to register early. W E B R E G I S T R AT I O N Students who have not submitted a completedApril 16-May 23 application for admission and an approved transient letter by April 4, 2011 will register at OpenCurrently enrolled students can register on the web beginning at 7:30 a.m., April Registration, May 23, 2011.16, 2011 through May 23, 2011. In order to use the web registration option eachstudent will need his/her student number and personal identification number(PIN). All currently enrolled students MUST see their assigned advisors for PAY M E N T O Fschedule approval and clearance to register. Students should make sure theyhave the correct call numbers for all classes for which they wish to register. In the T U I T I O N A N D FEESevent some classes are full, alternate call numbers should already be selected PAYMENT DEADLINES:and approved by the advisor. Tuition and fees can be paid by credit card using Registration Payment Deadlineweb registration. All student information is encrypted to ensure the privacy and April 16-May 20 May 20 - 3:00 p.m.confidentiality of personal information. May 23 May 23 - 7:00 p.m.ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS Students who register by web may pay by credit card1. Access website at www.nwscc.edu on-line or at the cashier’s office during business hours.2. Click on Online Services under Featured Links Course schedules will be deleted if PAYMENT is not3. Click the link to continue on the Collection Fees screen made by deadline.4. Enter your User ID and PIN and click the Login button5. Click on Registration6. After registering for classes, print a copy of schedule STUDENT DECALS All students are required to have a 2010-2011 carFor student convenience, computers for web-based registration will be available in the decal which must be displayed on vehicle. Decals areLibrary on the Phil Campbell Campus and in the Library, Student Center, and Career valid from September 1 through August 31.Center on the Shoals Campus. PA R K I N G DUAL ENROLLMENT/DUAL CREDIT Designated parking by color-coded spaces: R E G I S T R AT I O N Red Administration/Faculty/StaffApril 25-29 Green Visitors White StudentHigh school students who enroll for the summer semester for dual enrollment/dual Blue Handicapcredit must submit the following items to the Admissions Office: Yellow No Parking/Loading Zone1. Completed application for admission and student I.D. policy form. Designated parking is strictly enforced by campus2. Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Agreement Form completed and signed by safety officers. Violaters are ticketed and fines superintendent and high school principal. assessed. Fines must be paid before graduating,3. High school transcript. registering, or requesting a transcript.4. ACT/COMPASS scores.Students who do not register at this time will register at Open Registration, May23, 2011. For further information, call Rose Jones at 256-331-5313.2011 Summer Semester Page 3
  4. 4. Northwest-Shoals Community College Registration InformationRegistration ProceduresRegistration is May 23, 2011Students registering on the Phil Campbell Campus should report to Building 301-Administration Building. Students registering on theShoals Campus should report to Building 127 - Workforce Development.The following steps are to be followed by First-time Freshmen, Transfers, Transient, Dual Enrollment, and Readmitting Students.May 23 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.Step 1. Report to Check-In Station of the appropriate campus.Step 2. If an application for admission or readmission has not been completed, go to the Walk-In Work Area to complete application. (A readmission application must be completed, if the student is not enrolled for the current semester.) If the application for admission has already been submitted to the Admissions Office, go to Photo I.D. Station.Step 3. Photo I.D. Station: Have picture taken for Photo I.D. and register vehicle for parking decal. Tag number is required to obtain parking decal.Step 4. Testing: Take COMPASS test, if appropriate. Students who have not successfully completed college-level English and/or math must take the COMPASS test, unless they made 20 or above on the math and/or English portion of the ACT College Entrance Exam. Then go to the Advising Transcript Station to obtain COMPASS scores and/or transfer credit and meet with assigned advisor to schedule appropriate classes.Step 5. Take completed registration form to the Data Entry/Invoice Station for processing. If any classes the student is registering for are full, go to the Scheduling/Help Area for assistance. Return to the Data Entry/Invoice Station to complete this step and receive printed invoice.Step 6. All students must go to the Financial Aid Station for financial assistance review.Step 7. Take invoice to the Cashier Office for payment of tuition and fees. All students whether paying tuition by cash, charging to a scholarship or financial aid program, must go to the Cashier Office. Schedules of students not completing this step will be cancelled. Pay tuition and fees by 7:00 p.m., May 23 to avoid cancellation of class schedule. Photo I.D. cards will be validated at the time tuition is paid. Trial Registration Schedule STUDENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER LAST NAME FIRST NAME MIDDLE/MAIDENNAME SEMESTER YEAR ADDRESS CITY STATE PHONE DEPT. NUMBER SECTION COURSE TITLE INSTRUCTOR START END S M T W T F S BLDG ROOM CR TIME TIME HOURS OVER 19 HOURS: TOTAL CREDIT HOURS VICE PRESIDENT OF INSTRUCTION NW-SCC *STUDENT DATE PROGRAM OF STUDY SIGNATURE TRANSFER ADVISOR PROGRAM OF STUDY SIGNATURE NEXT COLLEGE ADMISSIONS OFFICE YOU PLAN TO ATTEND SIGNATURE *WHILE THE ACADEMIC ADVISOR ASSISTS THE STUDENT BY HELPING IDENTIFY AND ASSESS ALTERNATIVES AND CONSEQUENCES OF DECISIONS, THE STUDENT HAS THE ULTIMATE RESPONSIBILITY FOR MAKING THESE DECISIONS AND BY THEIR SIGNATURE ACCEPT THE ACCURACY AND APPLICABILITY OF COURSES LISTED ON IT.Page 4 2011 Summer Semester
  5. 5. Northwest-Shoals Community College College Campuses College Campuses PHIL CAMPBELL CAMPUS 301 W Wallace Administration Building 302 OC Occupational Building Child Development Center 303 S Science Building 304 SUB Student Union Building and Cafeteria 305 SA Student Activities Center 306 L James A. Glasgow Library 307 AV Audio Visual Building 308 H Health and Gymnasium 309 Center for Welding Technology 310 Lou B. Bevill Fine Arts Center M Maintenance Building SHOALS CAMPUS 100 Victor P. Poole Administration Complex 115 Center for Industrial Training and 101 Technical Services Community Education/Art 102 AC/Refrigeration/Energy Management 116 Hospitality Center Electrical Technology 117 Auto Body Paint Booth 103 Electronics Technology 118 Patriot Center/Fitness Center 104 Automotive Collision Repair 119 Student Housing 105 Design Engineering Technology 120 General Classroom Facility/Math Lab 106 Adult Education 121 Center for Environmental Technology 107 Child Development Center 122 Physics, Math, LPN Nursing/EMS 108 Welding 123 Biology, Chemistry, and Physical Science 109 Carpentry/Cabinetmaking 126 Automotive Service Technology 110 Cosmetology 127 Workforce Development Center/ General Classroom Facility Testing Center 111 Machine Tool/CNC 130 North Alabama Council of Local 112 Center for Business and Computer Technology Governments (NACOLG) 113 Physical Plant Warehouse A Press Box/Concession Stand/Restrooms 114 Larry W. McCoy Learning Resources Center *1 Proposed Parking2011 Summer Semester Page 5
  6. 6. Northwest-Shoals Community College Financial Information FINANCIAL AID OFFICE REFUND POLICYTo obtain information regarding financial help for your A copy of the Refund Policy Number 803.02 issued Sept. 26, 1996, by theexpenses at NW-SCC, visit our Financial Aid Offices or pick Department of Postsecondary Education, with guidelines for the policy,up an Application for Federal Student Aid. can be obtained from an employee in the NW-SCC Business or Admissions Office. For additional information concerning refunds from theRemember to apply for Federal Aid at least four weeks before College refer to pages 18-19 in the 2010-2011 College Catalog.classes begin. Personnel are available to help you completethe forms. Students may apply on-line using their Federal PIN A sample of how the tuition refunds are calculated can be obtained byat website www.fafsa.gov. The FAFSA school code for both contacting an employee in the NW-SCC Cashier’s Office.campuses is 005697. Additional aid is available through Refund for Complete Withdrawalscholarships and outside sponsors for those who qualify. A student who officially or unofficially withdraws from all classes beforeNotice to Students: New/Transfer Students who have sent the first day of class will be refunded the total tuition and other institutionaltheir application to Federal Student Aid and have not received charges.a response within 3-4 weeks, please contact our offices. A student who officially or unofficially withdraws completely on or after the firstStudents who have received their Federal Student Aid Report, day of class but prior to the end of the third week of class will be refundedplease bring the 2009 income information. according to the official withdrawal date, as follows:Deadline: Students must have Federal Pell Grants and Deadlines PercentFederal Direct Student Loans approved by the Financial AidOffice prior to the May 23, 2011, Open Registration Day if 1. Prior to May 25 100%charges are to be made. Students without prior approval 2. Withdrawal first week: May 25-31 75%*should make plans to pay (cash, check, credit card) on the 3. Withdrawal second week: June 1-7 50%*May 23, 2011, Open Registration Day. Reimbursements will 4. Withdrawal third week: June 8-14 25%*be made later when students are officially approved for aid. 5. After June 14 0%Financial Aid Offices are located on both the Shoals and Phil *Administrative Fee - An administrative fee not to exceed five (5) per-Campbell Campuses. In Muscle Shoals, the office is located cent of tuition and other institutional charges or $100, whichever is small-on George Wallace Boulevard in Building 100. In Phil er, shall be assessed in addition to the reduced percentage, for each with-Campbell, the office is located in the Administration Building. drawal within the period beginning the first day of class and ending at the end of the third week of class.To telephone Financial Aid Offices, call the following: Refund for Partial Withdrawal - Students who do not completely Phil Campbell: 256-331-6232 Shoals: 256-331-5364 withdraw from the College but drop a class during the regular drop/add Toll Free: (800) 645-8967 period will be refunded the difference in tuition paid and the tuition rateAbility to Benefit: Students who do not have a GED or high applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate toschool diploma are permitted to use Federal Student Aid in a the classes dropped. There is no refund due to a student who partiallylimited number of occupational programs. Students must pass withdraws after the official drop/add period.all three parts of the CPAT test at the same time beforereceiving aid. Please contact Adult Education at 256-331- REFUNDS TO STUDENTS5438. NW-SCC strives to improve the service provided to our students andDeadline for charges: Students on federal financial aid (Pell & prospective students. Offering a choice about how to receive financialStudent Loan) must make all charges in the Cashier’s Office disbursements from the institution is one recent improvement. In 2006, weor Bookstore by June 3, 2011. All other financial aid charges partnered with Higher One, a financial services company specializing inend June 10, 2011. disbursement methods. The U.S. Department of Education also recognizes the need for improving disbursement methods and made changes to its policy, 34REMINDERS: CFR 668.164, allowing institutions to require banking information from all1. Please apply now for the FAll 2011 using 2010 income students. Beginning in July 2008, Northwest-Shoals will ask students to provide information. The new website is fafsa.gov. Please follow this banking information. The information will be solely used for refund up with the Financial Aid Office. disbursement and remain completely confidential as required by FERPA. All refunds from Northwest-Shoals will now become electronic after July 2008.2. The U.S. Department of Education is providing additional Students without a bank account will have the option of opening an account to Pell Grant funding for those who qualify. Please contact use for all disbursements from the college. the Financial Aid Office upon completion of the Spring Term (May 6, 2011). Accreditation Northwest-Shoals Community College is accredited by the Commission on FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, Associate in Applied Science, andStudents on Federal Student Aid (Pell Grant & Loan) who Associate in Occupational Technology degrees as well as certificates intotally withdraw from classes before the 60% point (July 7, occupational areas. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern2011) in the semester may be required to repay a portion of Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4501 for questions about thetheir funds to the U.S. Department of Education, lender, or accreditation of Northwest-Shoals Community College.NW-SCC.Page 6 2011 Summer Semester
  7. 7. Northwest-Shoals Community College Financial Information TUITION AND FEES NW-SCC to go to 4 1/2 Day Credit Alabama Non-Resident Summer Work/Class Schedule Hours Resident of Alabama 1 115.00 205.00 Beginning May 23, 2011 2 230.00 410.00 3 345.00 615.00 Northwest-Shoals Community College will go to a four and a half day 4 460.00 820.00 (Monday-Friday) summer work/class schedule beginning May 23. 5 575.00 1,025.00 The College will be closed Monday, May 30, for Memorial Day and Monday, 6 690.00 1,230.00 July 4, in observance of Independence Day. 7 805.00 1,435.00 8 920.00 1,640.00 Note: The NW-SCC Child Development Center will continue operating on 9 1,035.00 1,845.00 normal schedule for the summer semester. 10 1,150.00 2,050.00 11 1,265.00 2,255.00 12 1,380.00 2,460.00 Hours of Operation during On-Site Registration for 13 1,495.00 2,665.00 14 1,610.00 2,870.00 Admissions, Cashier, Bookstore, and Financial Aid: 15 1,725.00 3,075.00 May 23 (Open Registration) (Phil Campbell and Shoals Campuses) 16 1,840.00 3,280.00 Monday (May 23) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. & 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. 17 1,955.00 3,485.00 18 2,070.00 3,690.00 May 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 19 2,185.00 3,895.00 May 25-27 (Add/Drop) (Phil Campbell and Shoals Campuses) Wednesday (May 25) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.The above class fee schedule includes a facility Thursday (May 26) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.renewal fee of $9.00 per credit hour, a Friday (May 27) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.technology fee of $9.00 per credit hour, abuilding fee of $6.00 per credit hour and a bondsurety fee of $1.00 per credit hour. Hours of Operation for the Vice President of Instruction:1. Late Registration Fee $25.00 Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.2. Graduation Fee $35.00 Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m.3. Replacement Photo ID $20.004. ASSET/COMPASS Retest $8.00 Financial Aid charges will be accepted in the bookstore: May 25-June 3 (Pell & Student Loan) May 25-June 10 (all other) DISTANCE EDUCATIONDistance Education tuition is $115.00 per Cash for Used Books - May 2-5credit hour. A student desiring to take more Bring your used books in good condition to the Bookstores.than 19 credit hours must have the approval of During normal business hours.the Vice President of Instruction. Advising is Shoals Campus-Building 100 Phil Campbell Campus- Building 304 SUBavailable on our website at nwscc.edu. Followthe links to Distance Education. Cancellation of Classes: Student Insurance Fee Every effort is made to insure that courses and programs described in the College Catalog are offered to students in an appropriate and reasonable sequence. Students should be $7.50 - 2010 Fall Semester aware, however, that admission to the College or registration for a given semester does not $7.50 - 2011 Spring Semester guarantee the availability of a specific course. Course availability is determined by student $5.00 - 2011 Summer Semester demand and instructor availability. Northwest-Shoals Community College reserves the right (See Student Insurance Benefits on page 8). to cancel or modify any class scheduled. SENIOR CITIZEN APPLYING FOR GRADUATION D I SCOUNT Applications for graduation are due to the Vice President of Instruction’s Office on orTuition for credit classes is free for persons 60 before the eighth week, mid-term, of the semester preceding the term in which studentsyears or older. All other fees are calculated at expect to complete all certificate or degree requirements.the normal rate. A 10% discount can be appliedto non-credit continuing education classes. The graduation fee is $35.00 for the first degree/certificate and $17.50 for eachAdmission requirements are the same for all additional degree/certificate or reprint.students, and all classes are available for audit NOTE: Any student who applies for graduation after the semester has ended willif students have met course prerequisites listed automatically become a perspective graduate of the next semester.in the course description.2011 Summer Semester Page 7
  8. 8. Northwest-Shoals Community College Miscellaneous Information CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER STUDENT INSURANCEShoals Campus Pre-School and Pre-K Programs: BENEFITSNorthwest-Shoals Community College Child Development Center is an on-campus ELIGIBILITYN.A.E.Y.C.* accredited program for preschool children (potty trained - age 5) of the All eligible students of Northwest-ShoalsNorthwest-Shoals Community College service area including children of the community as Community College are covered for thewell as college students, faculty and staff. Two separate programs housed in the Shoals Child activities while under the care andDevelopment Center operate fall and spring semester including a preschool program ( 2 1/2- direction of the school with the exception5) and an Alabama State funded Office of School Readiness Pre-Kindergarten program (age of Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit.4 by September 1 of each fall). A summer program for children through age 6 is also availableon the Shoals campus. For more information call Shoals Child Development Center at 256- POLICY EFFECTIVE DATE331-5245 or pick up a registration packet at the Child Development Center, Building 107, The Policy is effective from semester toShoals Campus. (C.M.A. accepted) semester.*National Association for the Education of Young Children: High-Quality Early Childhood Program MEDICAL EXPENSE BENEFITS If the Insured Student incurs eligible KIDS IN COLLEGE expenses as the result of a covered injury, directly and independently of all otherOffered through the College’s Child Development Program, the “Kids in College” summer causes, the Company will pay the chargeseducation program provides a unique learning opportunity through a one week summer day incurred for such expense within 52camp. The summer 2011 Kids in College will take place July 18-22. The title of this summer’s weeks, beginning on the date of accident.camp will be “Sensational Science” and is specially designed for children entering K-6 grades Payment will be made for eligible expens-in the fall. For more information contact the Shoals Child Development Center at 256-331-5245. es not to exceed $10,000. The first such expense must be incurred within 60 days 2 0 11 S U M M E R S E M E S T E R E X A M S C H E D U L E after the date of the accident. "Eligible Expense" means charges for the following Final exams are administered in all courses. They are to be given during the times and necessary treatment and service, not to dates scheduled below. No deviation may be made in the regular class or exam exceed the usual and customary charges schedule without the prior approval of the Vice President of Instruction’s Office. If in the area where provided, including: the time of one of your final exams is not listed, please contact your instructor. Final 1) Medical and surgical care by a physician; grades will be turned in electronically no later than Friday, August 5, 2011 at 9:00 a.m. 2) Radiology (X-rays); Grades will be posted for on-line access on Friday, August 5, 2011, at 2:00 p.m.. The online 3) Prescription drugs and medicines; link to view grades is found on the home page of the Northwest-Shoals web site. You will 4) Dental treatment of sound natural need your pin number to access grades. teeth; CLASSES WHICH MEET EXAM PERIOD 5) Hospital care and service in semi- First Mini-Term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wednesday, June 29 private accommodations, or as an Regular Class Time outpatient; 6) Ambulance service from the scene of the Second Mini-Term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wednesday, August 3 accident to the nearest hospital; Regular Class Time 7) Orthopedic appliances necessary to 8 Week Term . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Monday, July 27 promote healing. Regular Class Time CLAIM PROCEDURE Monday/Wednesday Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wednesday, August 3 In the event of an accident, the student Regular Class Time should: Tuesday/Thursday Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Thursday, August 4 1) Report immediately to the nearest doc- Regular Class Time tor or hospital. 2) A completed claim form is required for 2 0 11 S U M M E R S E M E S T E R G R A D E S each accident in order to process the claim. Secure a claim form from theStudents should access the web in order to receive their grades for the term. cashiers office or online at www.stu-Students can access the web with their student number and PIN at dentplanscenter.com. Complete andwww.nwscc.edu/onlineservices/grades sign the claim form, attach all medical and hospital bills and mail to the PlanTransfer/transient students must file a written request with Admissions to have grades sent to Underwriter below.designated colleges or universities. For a detailed brochure on the NW-SCC Tune in to Northwest-Shoals television, Comcast Channel 192 Student Insurance Policy, please contact the NW-SCC Cashiers Office at 256- 331- for NW-SCC sports coverage and community events. 5226 (Shoals Campus) or 256-256-6382 (Phil Campbell Campus).Page 8 2011 Summer Semester
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  11. 11. Northwest-Shoals Community College 2011 Summer Classes AUTO COLLISION REPAIRSection Dept. Number Course Description Instructor Time Days Bldg Rm HrsSHOALS CAMPUS11101 ABR 114 NON-STRUCTURAL PANEL REPLACE REID ERIC 07:30A 12:00P MONDAY 104 000 3***** ABR 114 NON-STRUCTURAL PANEL REPLACE LAB REID ERIC 12:30P 03:30P MONDAY 104 000 011102 ABR 122 SURFACE PREPARATION REID ERIC 07:30A 12:00P TUESDAY 104 000 3***** ABR 122 SURFACE PREPARATION LAB REID ERIC 12:30P 03:30P TUESDAY 104 000 011103 ABR 123 PAINT APPLICATION & EQUIPMENT REID ERIC 07:30A 12:00P WED 104 000 3***** ABR 123 PAINT APPLICATION & EQUIPMENT LAB REID ERIC 12:30P 03:30P WED 104 000 011104 ABR 151 SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTI REID ERIC 07:30A 12:00P FRIDAY 104 000 3***** ABR 151 SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTI LAB REID ERIC 03:30P 04:00P M T W TH 104 000 011105 ABR 156 AUTO CUTTING AND WELDING REID ERIC 07:30A 12:00P THURSDAY 104 000 3***** ABR 156 AUTO CUTTING AND WELDING REID ERIC 12:30P 03:30P THURSDAY 104 000 0 AUTO MECHANICSSHOALS CAMPUS11301 AUM 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTO TECH AUSTIN ALEX 07:30A 12:00P MONDAY 104 000 3***** AUM 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF AUTO TECH LAB AUSTIN ALEX 12:30P 03:30P MONDAY 104 000 011302 AUM 110 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSM I AUSTIN ALEX 07:30A 12:00P TUESDAY 104 000 3***** AUM 110 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSM I LAB AUSTIN ALEX 12:30P 03:30P TUESDAY 104 000 011303 AUM 121 BRAKING SYSTEMS AUSTIN ALEX 07:30A 12:00P WED 104 000 3***** AUM 121 BRAKING SYSTEMS LAB AUSTIN ALEX 12:30P 03:30P WED 104 000 011304 AUM 122 STEERING SUSPEN & ALIGN AUSTIN ALEX 07:30A 12:00P THURSDAY 104 000 3***** AUM 122 STEERING SUSPEN & ALIGN LAB AUSTIN ALEX 12:30P 03:30P THURSDAY 104 000 011305 AUM 181 SPECIAL TOPICS AUSTIN ALEX 07:30A 09:00A FRIDAY 104 000 111306 AUM 182 SPECIAL TOPICS AUSTIN ALEX 09:00A 12:00P FRIDAY 104 000 2 AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING & REFRIGERATIONSHOALS CAMPUS11211 ACR 132 *1 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITION HALL BRUCE 07:30A 12:00P T & TH 102 000 3***** ACR 132 *1 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITION LAB HALL BRUCE 12:30P 02:00P T & TH 102 000 011212 ACR 209 *2 COMMERCIAL A/C SYSTEMS HALL BRUCE 07:30A 12:00P T & TH 102 000 3***** ACR 209 *2 COMMERICAL A/C SYSTEMS LAB HALL BRUCE 12:30P 02:00P T & TH 102 000 0 EXTENDED DAY11271 ACR 112 HVACR SERVICE PROCEDURES CORSBIE RANDY 04:00P 07:00P TUESDAY 102 000 3***** ACR 112 HVACR SERVICE PROCEDURES LAB CORSBIE RANDY 07:30P 11:30P TUESDAY 102 000 011272 ACR 130 COMP ASSIS HVAC TROUBLESH STAFF TBA TBA 102 000 111273 ACR 132 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITION CORSBIE RANDY 04:00P 07:00P MONDAY 102 000 3***** ACR 132 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITION LAB CORSBIE RANDY 07:30P 11:30P MONDAY 102 000 011275 ACR 183 SPECIAL TOPICS IN AC/REF STAFF TBA TBA 102 000 111276 ACR 205 SYSTEM SIZING & AIR DIST TERRY RICK 04:00P 07:00P THURSDAY 102 000 3***** ACR 205 SYSTEM SIZING & AIR DIST LAB TERRY RICK 07:30P 11:30P THURSDAY 102 000 011277 ACR 209 COMMERCIAL A/C SYSTEMS TERRY RICK 04:00P 07:00P WED 102 000 3***** ACR 209 COMMERCIAL A/C SYSTEMS LAB TERRY RICK 07:30P 11:30P WED 102 000 0 *1 CLASS MEETS FIRST TERM. *2 CLASS MEETS SECOND TERM. ACCOUNTINGSHOALS CAMPUS11401 ACT 142 *4 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING PRINC HOGAN PAUL 08:00A 10:00A M&W 112 103 311402 ACT 249 *5 PAYROLL ACCOUNTING HOGAN PAUL 12:45P 02:45P M&W 112 103 3DISTANCE EDUCATION21401 ACT 104 *3 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS HOGAN PAUL TBA TBA 000 000 321402 ACT 141 *3 BASIC ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES HOGAN PAUL TBA TBA 000 000 321403 ACT 142 *3 ADVANCED ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES HOGAN PAUL TBA TBA 000 000 3 *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS. *4 ACCOUNTING LAB HELD ON TUESDAY FROM 5:00-7:00 P.M. *5 ACT 249 IS WEB ASSISTED.2011 Summer Semester Page 11
  12. 12. Northwest-Shoals Community College 2011 Summer Classes ARTSection Dept. Number Course Description Instructor Time Days Bldg Rm HrsSHOALS CAMPUS15001 ART 100 *2 ART APPRECIATION FREDERICK JAN 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 115 101 315002 ART 100 ART APPRECIATION JOHNSON DEB 01:00P 03:00P M&W 115 101 315005 ART 133 *2,*4 CERAMICS I FREDERICK JAN 01:00P 03:00P M T W TH 115 103 315006 ART 134 *2,*4 CERAMICS II FREDERICK JAN 01:00P 03:00P M T W TH 115 102 315008 ART 291A SUPER STUDY STUDIO ART I FREDERICK JAN TBA TBA 115 000 215009 ART 299A ART PORTFOLIO FREDERICK JAN TBA TBA 115 000 2 EXTENDED DAY15051 ART 100 ART APPRECIATION JOHNSON DEB 05:30P 07:30P M&W 115 101 3DISTANCE EDUCATION25001 ART 100 *3 ART APPRECIATION FREDERICK JAN TBA TBA 000 000 325002 ART 100 *3 ART APPRECIATION FREDERICK JAN TBA TBA 000 000 3PHIL CAMPBELL CAMPUS35001 ART 100 *1 ART APPRECIATION FREDERICK JAN 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 310 026 3 *1 CLASS MEETS FIRST TERM. *2 CLASS MEETS SECOND TERM. *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS. *4 ADDITIONAL LAB TIME - TBA. BIOLOGYSHOALS CAMPUS15204 BIO 103A *4 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I STAFF 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 121 147 415206 BIO 103L PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I LAB STAFF 10:15A 01:15P TUESDAY 123 125 015207 BIO 103L PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I LAB STAFF 10:15A 01:15P THURSDAY 123 125 015209 BIO 104 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II STAFF 08:00A 12:15P M&W 123 103 415211 BIO 201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO I STAFF 01:00P 04:30P M&W 123 103 415212 BIO 201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO I STAFF 08:00A 10:00A M&W 121 147 4***** BIO 201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO I LAB STAFF 10:00A 01:00P WED 123 124 015213 BIO 202 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO II STAFF 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 123 103 4***** BIO 202 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO II LAB STAFF 10:00A 01:00P TUESDAY 123 124 015215 BIO 220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY STAFF 08:00A 12:30P T & TH 123 109 415216 BIO 220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY STAFF 10:30A 03:00P T & TH 123 103 4 EXTENDED DAY15254 BIO 103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I STAFF 05:30P 09:15P M&W 123 103 415255 BIO 104 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II STAFF 05:00P 09:15P M&W 121 147 415256 BIO 201 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO I STAFF 05:30P 09:15P M&W 123 109 415260 BIO 202 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO II STAFF 05:30P 09:15P T & TH 123 103 415263 BIO 220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY STAFF 05:00P 09:15P T & TH 121 147 4PHIL CAMPBELL CAMPUS35201 BIO 103 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I STAFF 08:00A 11:45A M&W 303 011 435205 BIO 201 *5 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIO I STAFF 08:00A 12:30P T & TH 303 017 435209 BIO 220 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY STAFF 01:00P 05:30P M&W 303 015 4 *4 CO-REQUISITE OF BIO 103L. STUDENTS MAY REGISTER FOR ANY OF THE BIO 103L SECTIONS OFFERED. *5 CLASS MEETS 8 WEEK TERM. BUSINESSSHOALS CAMPUS15301 BUS 241 PRINCIPLES ACCOUNTING I HOGAN PAUL 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 112 103 315302 BUS 242 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNT. II HOGAN PAUL 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 112 103 315304 BUS 248 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING HOGAN PAUL 10:15A 12:15P M&W 112 103 315305 BUS 272 BUSINESS STATISTICS II JAMES JEFF 01:00P 03:00P T & TH 112 107 315307 BUS 285 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING MCCLINTON T 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 112 107 3DISTANCE EDUCATION25300 BUS 241 *3 PRINCIPLES ACCOUNTING I HOGAN PAUL TBA TBA 000 000 325304 BUS 242 *3 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II STAFF TBA TBA 000 000 325301 BUS 263 *3 LEGAL & SOCIAL ENV OF BUS PETERS PAM TBA TBA 000 000 325302 BUS 271 *3 BUSINESS STATISTICS I JAMES JEFF TBA TBA 000 000 325303 BUS 272 *3 BUSINESS STATISTICS II JAMES JEFF TBA TBA 000 000 3 *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS.Page 12 2011 Summer Semester
  13. 13. Northwest-Shoals Community College 2011 Summer Classes CARPENTRY/CABINETMAKINGSection Dept. Number Course Description Instructor Time Days Bldg Rm HrsSHOALS CAMPUS11501 CAR 121 INTRO TO BLUEPRINT READING HARDY CHARLES 08:00A 10:15A T & TH 109 000 311502 CAR 211 CONSTRUCTION SPECIALTIES HARDY CHARLES 12:00P 02:15P T & TH 109 000 311503 CAR 217 ESTIMATING HARDY CHARLES 10:30A 11:30A T & TH 109 000 3***** CAR 217 ESTIMATING LAB HARDY CHARLES 07:30A 11:30A WED 109 000 0***** CAR 217 ESTIMATING LAB HARDY CHARLES 12:00P 03:30P WED 109 000 011504 CAR 228 STAIRS MOLDING & TRIM HARDY CHARLES 07:30A 11:30A MONDAY 109 000 3***** CAR 228 STAIRS MOLDING & TRIM LAB HARDY CHARLES 12:00P 03:30P MONDAY 109 000 0 EXTENDED DAY11152 CAB 104 CABINET SHOP OPERATIONS BLAKE RICHARD 04:00P 09:00P THURSDAY 109 000 311552 CAR 111 CONSTRUCTION BASICS HARDY CHARLES 04:00P 09:00P MONDAY 109 000 3 CHILD DEVELOPMENTSHOALS CAMPUS14001 CHD 215A SUPERVISED PRACTICAL EXP DURDUNJI DIANN 10:00A 10:30A WED 107 000 114002 CHD 215B SUPERVISED PRACTICAL EXP DURDUNJI DIANN 10:00A 10:30A WED 107 000 214003 CHD 215C SUPERVISED PRACTICAL EXP DURDUNJI DIANN 10:00A 10:30A WED 107 000 3DISTANCE EDUCATION24001 CHD 100 *3,*4 INTRO EARLY CARE & ED CHI DURDUNJI DIANN TBA TBA 000 000 324002 CHD 206 *3,*5 CHILDREN’S HEALTH & SAFET PACE DIANNE TBA TBA 000 000 324003 CHD 210 *3 ED EXCEPTIONAL YOUNG CHIL SWINDLE LUCY TBA TBA 000 000 3 *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS. *4 CHD 100 ON-CAMPUS ORIENTATION - MAY 26 AT 3:00 PM, SHOALS CAMPUS, BLDG. 127, ROOM 102. *5 CHD 206 ON-CAMPUS ORIENTATION - MAY 26 AT 5:00 PM, SHOALS CAMPUS, BLDG. 127, ROOM 102. CHEMISTRYSHOALS CAMPUS15402 CHM 099 *2 DEVELOPMENTAL CHEMISTRY STAFF 08:00A 10:00A M T W TH 123 125 315404 CHM 104 *1 INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEM SOCKWELL CRAIG 08:00A 11:30A M T W TH 123 101 4***** CHM 104 *1 INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEM LAB SOCKWELL CRAIG 08:00A 11:00A FRIDAY 123 101 015405 CHM 105 *2 INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY SOCKWELL CRAIG 08:00A 11:30A M T W TH 123 101 4***** CHM 105 *2 INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB SOCKWELL CRAIG 08:00A 11:00A FRIDAY 123 101 015408 CHM 111 *1 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I SOCKWELL CRAIG 12:00P 04:15P M T W TH 123 101 415409 CHM 112 *2 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II SOCKWELL CRAIG 12:00P 04:15P M T W TH 123 101 4PHIL CAMPBELL CAMPUS35401 CHM 112 *1 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II MURPHY MIKE 12:45P 05:00P M T W TH 303 009 4 *1 CLASS MEETS FIRST TERM. *2 CLASS MEETS SECOND TERM. COMPUTER SCIENCESHOALS CAMPUS15500 CIS 096 INTRO TO COMPUTERS STAFF 01:00P 03:00P M&W 112 112 315501 CIS 146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION ROBERSON T 10:15A 12:15P M&W 112 112 315504 CIS 146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION ROBERSON T 08:00A 10:00A M&W 112 112 315506 CIS 199 NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS CHANDLER S 03:00P 05:00P T & TH 112 104 315507 CIS 205 CONTROL LANG & UTIL APP STAFF 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 112 113 315510 CIS 207 INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT CHANDLER S 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 112 112 315511 CIS 281 *4 SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN CHANDLER S 12:45P 02:45P T & TH 112 112 315512 CIS 284 CIS INTERNSHIP STAFF TBA TBA 112 000 3 EXTENDED DAY15555 CIS 250 *4 E-COMMERCE CHANDLER S 05:30P 07:30P T & TH 112 112 3DISTANCE EDUCATION25501 CIS 146 *3,*5 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION ROBERSON T TBA TBA 000 000 325502 CIS 146 *3,*5 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION ROBERSON T TBA TBA 000 000 325503 CIS 148 *3,*5 POST ADV MICROCOMPUTER STAFF TBA TBA 000 000 3 First Mini-Term Classes - May 25-June 29 Second Mini-Term Classes - June 30-August 3 8 Week Term - June 1-July 272011 Summer Semester Page 13
  14. 14. Northwest-Shoals Community College 2011 Summer Classes COMPUTER SCIENCE (cont’d)Section Dept. Number Course Description Instructor Time Days Bldg Rm HrsPHIL CAMPBELL CAMPUS35501 CIS 146 *1 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION JAMES JEFF 10:15A 12:15P M T W TH 302 108 335502 CIS 146 *1 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION JAMES JEFF 08:00A 10:00A M T W TH 302 108 335511 CIS 281 *4 SYSTEM ANALYSIS & DESIGN CHANDLER S 12:45P 02:45P T & TH 302 108 3 EXTENDED DAY35555 CIS 250 *4 E-COMMERCE CHANDLER S 05:30P 07:30P T & TH 302 108 3 *1 CLASS MEETS FIRST TERM. *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS. *4 VIDEO CONFERENCE COURSE. *5 IN ORDER TO COMPLETE CIS 146 AND CIS 148 IN A COMPLETELY DISTANCE FORMAT, STUDENTS MUST HAVE MICROSOFT OFFICE 2007 (WORD, EXCEL, ACCESS & POWERPOINT) SOFTWARE. COSMETOLOGY INSTRUCTOR TRAININGSHOALS CAMPUS11730 CIT 211 TEACHING & CURRICULUM DEV BANKSTON C 08:00A 09:15A M&W 110 127 311731 CIT 212 TEACHER MENTORSHIP BANKSTON C 09:15A 12:15P THURSDAY 110 127 3***** CIT 212 TEACHER MENTORSHIP LAB BANKSTON C 08:00A 12:30P FRIDAY 110 12711732 CIT 213 LESSON PLAN DEVELOPMENT BANKSTON C TBA TBA 110 127 311734 CIT 221 LESSON PLAN IMPLEMENTATIO BANKSTON C TBA TBA 110 127 311735 CIT 222 INSTRUCTION MAT & METHODS BANKSTON C TBA TBA 110 127 311736 CIT 223 INSTRUC MAT & METHODS APP BANKSTON C TBA TBA 110 127 3 COSMETOLOGYSHOALS CAMPUS11700 COS 111 COSMETOLOGY SCIENCE & ART BANKSTON C 01:00P 03:00P M&W 110 127 311701 COS 112 COSMETOLOGY SCIENCE LAB BANKSTON C 08:00A 12:30P W TH F 110 122 311702 COS 113 CHEMICAL METHODOLOGY BANKSTON C 01:00P 03:15P T & TH 110 127 3***** COS 113 CHEMICAL METHODOLOGY LAB BANKSTON C 08:00A 12:30P TUESDAY 110 127 011705 COS 121 COLORIMETRY SHARP TOM 01:00P 03:00P T & TH 110 122 311706 COS 122 COLORIMETRY APPLICATIONS SHARP TOM 08:00A 12:30P T W TH 110 122 311707 COS 125 CAREER & PERSONAL DEV BANKSTON C 01:00P 03:00P M & TH 110 130 3***** COS 125 CAREER & PERSONAL DEV LAB BANKSTON C 07:30A 12:30P M&F 110 130 011708 COS 143 HAIR DESIGNS STANFORD L 01:00P 03:15P M&T 110 122 3***** COS 143 HAIR DESIGNS LAB STANFORD L 08:00A 12:30P MONDAY 110 122 011709 COS 151 NAIL CARE BANKSTON C 01:00P 03:00P T&W 110 130 311710 COS 152 NAIL CARE APPLICATIONS BANKSTON C 08:00A 12:30P T W TH 110 130 311711 COS 164 FACIAL MACHINE WEST RHONDA 08:00A 12:30P T & TH 110 108 311712 COS 165 RELATED SUB ESTHETICIANS SHARP TOM 01:00P 03:45P M&W 110 108 3***** COS 165 RELATED SUB ESTHETICIANS LAB SHARP TOM 08:00A 12:30P MONDAY 110 108 0***** COS 165 RELATED SUB ESTHETICIANS LAB SHARP TOM 03:15P 04:00P T & TH 110 108 011715 COS 181 SPECIAL TOPICS SHARP TOM 08:00A 12:30P FRIDAY 110 122 311718 COS 182 SPECIAL TOPICS BANKSTON C TBA TBA 110 000 311724 COS 191B CO-OP BANKSTON C TBA TBA 110 000 311725 COS 291B CO-OP BANKSTON C TBA TBA 110 000 3DISTANCE EDUCATION21711 COS 111 *3 COSMETOLOGY SCIENCE & ART BANKSTON C TBA TBA 000 000 321713 COS 131 *3 AESTHETICS CUSTER J TBA TBA 000 000 321715 COS 167 *3 STATE BOARD REVIEW BANKSTON C TBA TBA 000 000 321716 COS 168 *3 BACTERIOLOGY & SANITATION CUSTER J TBA TBA 000 000 3 *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS. CRIMINAL JUSTICESHOALS CAMPUS15701 CRJ 216 POLICE ORGANIZATION & ADM BOWEN EDDIE 10:15A 12:15P T & TH 127 102 315702 CRJ 220 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION BOWEN EDDIE 08:00A 10:00A T & TH 127 102 315703 CRJ 280B INTERNSHIP IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE BOWEN EDDIE TBA TBA 120 000 3 EXTENDED DAY15751 CRJ 150 INTRODUCT TO CORRECTIONS BOWEN EDDIE 05:30P 07:30P T & TH 120 126 3DISTANCE EDUCATION25701 CRJ 100 *3 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE BOWEN EDDIE TBA TBA 000 000 3 *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS.Page 14 2011 Summer Semester
  15. 15. Northwest-Shoals Community College 2011 Summer Classes DESIGN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGYSection Dept. Number Course Description Instructor Time Days Bldg Rm HrsSHOALS CAMPUS11910 DDT 104 *4 BASIC COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING HUBKA MIKE 08:00A 12:30P WED 105 105 311911 DDT 122 *4 ADVANCED TECHNICAL DRAWIN RICE ALTON 12:30P 04:30P MONDAY 105 106 311912 DDT 128 *5 INTER TECHNICAL DRAWING RICE ALTON 01:00P 04:00P THURSDAY 105 106 311913 DDT 132 *4 ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING HUBKA MIKE 08:00A 12:30P THURSDAY 105 105 311914 DDT 134 *4 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY RICE ALTON 12:30P 04:30P WED 105 106 311915 DDT 181 *6 SPECIAL TOPICS IN DDT RICE ALTON 09:00A 12:30P WED 105 106 311916 DDT 225 *4 STRUCTURAL STEEL DRAFTING HUBKA MIKE 08:00A 12:30P FRIDAY 105 105 311917 DDT 231 *4 ADVANCED CAD HUBKA MIKE 08:00A 12:30P TUESDAY 105 105 311918 DDT 233 *5 THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODELING HUBKA MIKE 01:00P 04:00P THURSDAY 105 105 311919 DDT 290 SURVEY OF AEROSPACE TECH RICE ALTON 08:00A 12:30P MONDAY 105 106 3 EXTENDED DAY11951 DDT 128 *7 INTER TECHNICAL DRAWING RICE ALTON 05:00P 07:30P TUESDAY 105 106 311952 DDT 181 *6 SPECIAL TOPICS IN DDT RICE ALTON 07:30P 10:00P TUESDAY 105 106 311953 DDT 231 *4 ADVANCED CAD HUBKA MIKE 05:00P 10:00P WED 105 105 311954 DDT 236 *4 DESIGN PROJECT HUBKA MIKE 05:00P 10:00P TUESDAY 105 105 311955 DDT 290 SURVEY OF AEROSPACE TECH RICE ALTON 05:00P 09:30P THURSDAY 105 106 3DISTANCE EDUCATION21910 DDT 117 *3 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES RICE ALTON TBA TBA 00 00 3 *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS. *4 REQUIRES ADDITIONAL 2 1/2 HRS OF LAB PER WEEK - TBA. *5 REQUIRES ADDITIONAL 3 1/2 HRS OF LAB PER WEEK - TBA. *6 REQUIRES ADDITIONAL 1 1/2 HRS OF LAB PER WEEK - TBA. *7 REQUIRES ADDITIONAL 4 HRS OF LAB PER WEEK - TBA. ECONOMICSSHOALS CAMPUS15801 ECO 231 *4,*5 PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS BALTES JOAN 01:00P 03:30P M&W 112 113 315802 ECO 232 *4,*5 PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS BALTES JOAN 10:15A 12:15P M&W 121 141 3DISTANCE EDUCATION25801 ECO 231 *3 PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS BALTES JOAN TBA TBA 000 000 325802 ECO 232 *3 PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS BALTES JOAN TBA TBA 000 000 3PHIL CAMPBELL CAMPUS35801 ECO 231 *4,*5 PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS BALTES JOAN 01:00P 03:30P M&W 306 013 335802 ECO 232 *4,*5 PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS BALTES JOAN 10:15A 12:45P M&W 306 013 3 *3 STUDENTS MAY BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION CLASSES. SEE PAGE 28 FOR DETAILS. *4 CLASS MEETS 8 WEEK TERM. *5 VIDEO CONFERENCE COURSE. DUAL ENROLLMENT/DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM Northwest-Shoals Community College wants to help you achieve your academic and career goals. The Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit Program (DE/DC) allows eligible students to earn both high school and college credit. College courses count toward high school graduation credits and the courses remain a part of the student’s regular transcript. For more information contact: Rose Jones, 256-331-5313, jonesr@nwscc.edu Adriana Wuotto, 256-331-5240, awuotto@nwscc.edu2011 Summer Semester Page 15
  16. 16. Northwest-Shoals Community College 2011 Summer Classes ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGYSection Dept. Number Course Description Instructor Time Days Bldg Rm HrsSHOALS CAMPUS12001 ELT 112 CONCEPTS OF ALTERNATING CURRET BONNER JIM 12:00P 03:15P M T W TH 102 000 512002 ELT 121 CONCEPTS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONIC BONNER JIM 08:00A 11:15A M T W TH 102 000 512003 ELT 232 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLS II STAFF 03:15P 05:00P M T W TH 102 000 312004 ELT 242 JOURNEYMAN MASTER PREP EXAM BONNER JIM 08:00A 11:45A FRIDAY 102 000 3 EXTENDED DAY12051 ELT 111 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT SUTHERLAND JOHN 04:30P 07:45P M T W TH 102 000 512052 ELT 117 AC/DC MACHINES RYAN DAVID 04:30P 09:40P M&W 102 000 312053 ELT 115 RESIDENTIAL WIRING METHOD II STAFF 05:00P 08:45P T & TH 102 000 312054 ELT 119 CONCEPTS OF SOLID STATE ELECT WRIGHT CONLEY 08:00P 11:15P M T W TH 102 000 5 ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGYSHOALS CAMPUS12103 ILT 107 CONCEPTS OF ALTER CURRENT HARRISON SAM 08:00A 03:00P T & TH 103 111 512110 ILT 112 CONCEPTS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONIS HARRISON SAM 08:00A 03:00P T & TH 103 111 512111 ILT 113 CONCEPTS OF ELECTRONIC CIR MCGOUYRK S 08:00A 03:00P M&W 103 114 512117 ILT 131 PC PROBLEM DETERMINIATION HARRISON SAM 08:00A 11:30A M&W 103 111 312118 ILT 135 LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LANS HARRISON SAM 12:00P 03:30P M&W 103 111 312125 ILT 174 CIRCUIT FABRICATION STAFF TBA TBA 103 101 112126 ILT 175 COMP FUND FOR TECH STUDEN STAFF TBA TBA 103 111 312131 ILT 201 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS MCGOUYRK S 01:00P 03:00P M&W 103 114 312132 ILT 202 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONIC LAB MCGOUYRK S 08:00A 12:30P M&W 103 113 212135 ILT 216 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS MCGOUYRK S 08:00A 12:00P FRIDAY 103 114 312138 ILT 234 MICRO SYSTEMS TROUBLESHOO MCGOUYRK S 09:00A 12:00P T & TH 103 114 2 EXTENDED DAY12152 ILT 112 CONCEPTS OF DIGITAL ELECTRONIS REAVES RICKY 04:00P 11:00P M&W 103 111 512153 ILT 113 CONCEPTS OF ELECTRONIC CIR REAVES RICKY 04:00P 11:00P T & TH 103 111 512155 ILT 125 DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS REAVES RICKY 09:00P 11:00P T & TH 103 111 312156 ILT 126 DIGITAL COMMUNICATION LAB REAVES RICKY 04:00P 09:00P T & TH 103 111 212160 ILT 133 ELECTRONIC DRAFTING STAFF TBA TBA 103 101 112170 ILT 267 RF COMMUNICATIONS REAVES RICKY 09:00P 11:00P M&W 103 111 312171 ILT 268 RF COMMUNICATIONS LAB REAVES RICKY 04:00P 09:00P M&W 103 111 212172 ILT 271 INDEPENDENT STUDY STAFF TBA TBA 103 000 112173 ILT 274 INDEPENDENT STUDY STAFF TBA TBA 103 000 3 EMERGENCY MEDICAL PARAMEDICSHOALS CAMPUS13812 EMP 195 ADVANCED TRAUMA MANAGEMEN DEMORSE CHRIS 09:00A 05:00P T & TH 122 168 613813 EMP 198 MEDICAL PATIENT MGMT I SIMPSON MARK 09:00A 05:00P T & TH 122 168 313814 EMP 200 MEDICAL PATIENT MGMT II DEMORSE CHRIS 09:00A 05:00P T & TH 122 168 613815 EMP 203 CARDIOVASCULAR PATIENT MG MONTGOMERY K 09:00A 05:00P M&W 122 168 313816 EMP 204 TRANSITION TO PARAMED PRA OYEN TODD 09:00A 05:00P M&W 122 168 313817 EMP 205 PARAMED TERMINAL COMPETEN DEMORSE CHRIS 09:00A 05:00P M&W 122 168 213818 EMP 206 PARAMEDIC FIELD RECEPTORS OYEN TODD 09:00A 05:00P M&W 122 168 613819 EMP 207 PARAMEDIC TEAM LEADER PRE OYEN TODD 09:00A 05:00P M&W 122 168 1 EXTENDED DAY13851 EMP 189 APPLIED A&P FOR THE PARAM SIMPSON MARK TBA TBA 122 000 4 EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICESSHOALS CAMPUS13803 EMS 107 *4 EMERG VEHICLE OPR AMBULAN OYEN TODD 08:00A 04:00P WED 122 160 113804 EMS 116 EMS BASIC THEORY/LAB OYEN TODD 08:00A 02:00P M T & TH 122 160 913805 EMS 117 EMS BASIC CLINICAL COM OYEN TODD TBA TBA 122 000 113806 EMS 218 *2 SUPERVISED STUDIES EMS I SIMPSON MARK TBA TBA 122 000 113807 EMS 100 *5,*7 CARDIOPULMONARY RESUS I SIMPSON MARK 08:00A 12:00P TUESDAY 122 000 113808 EMS 266 *2 ADVANCED CV LIFE SUPPORT SIMPSON MARK TBA TBA 122 000 113810 EMS 269 *2 PEDIATRIC MED LIFE SUPPOR SIMPSON MARK TBA TBA 122 000 1 EXTENDED DAY13852 EMS 100 *5,*7 CARDIOPULMONARY RESUS I SIMPSON MARK 05:00P 09:00P TUESDAY 122 160 113853 EMS 100 *6,*7 CARDIOPULMONARY RESUS I SIMPSON MARK 05:00P 09:00P MONDAY 122 160 113854 EMS 116 EMS BASIC THEORY/LAB STAFF 05:00P 11:00P M T & TH 122 168 9 *2 CLASS MEETS SECOND TERM. CONTACT EMS 256-331-5436. *4 CLASS MEETS JUNE 8 & 15, 2011. TWO DAY CLASS ONLY. *5 CLASS MEETS JUNE 14, 2011. ONE DAY CLASS ONLY. *6 CLASS MEETS JUNE 13, 2011. ONE DAY CLASS ONLY. *7 STUDENTS MUST LOG IN AND COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT THROUGH MOODLE DURING THE 1ST WEEK OF CLASSES.Page 16 2011 Summer Semester

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