organization (ACAP) serving students of color pursuing careers in finance and accounting. Bucket list – Meet President Obama, visit. Asia, visit Lucasfilms.
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1TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic Calendar3Academic Honesty .140 Add Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 119 ..116 Admission Information..114 APPLICATION (online Œ see link below) ..web*Apply, How to 4Assessment/Testing Schedule 6ASLPC (Associated Students) .130, 142 Auditing a Class .118 BOGG Fee Waiver ..138 Bookstore.142 Campus Safety & Security.131 Career/Transfer Center .129, 142 Community Education.142 Concurrent Enrollment (High School) .115 CONTINUING STUDENTS..114 COURSE LISTINGS: SUMMER 2017 ..14 FALL 2017 .37 Alternate Schedule Courses: 108 110 111.112 113 Counseling ..129, 142 Deadlines, How to find course ..117 Degree, Certificate & Transfer Programs .34, 35 Directory of Services & Contact Information.142 Distance Education classes ..108 Drop Procedures 117 Disabled Students Programs & Services ..129, 142 Emergency Text Alerts.139 Extended Opportunity Programs & Services .129, 142 Fast Track Courses..111Fees, Tuition and Refunds 120 FERPA Policy .141 Final Exams Schedule..144 Financial Aid ..122 General Information129 Health Center 130 High School (Concurrent Enrollment) .115 Honors Transfer Program..web*How to Read the Schedule.36How to Check Your Registration Priority .116 Hybrid Courses..110 International Student Program .115 Late Start Courses..112 Library ..129, 142 Lost and Found .133 Map of LPC Campus143 Student Success & Support Program (SSSP) 5NEW STUDENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Nondiscrimination Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Nursing Units (CEU™s)..112 Orientation/Counseling 5, 129 Online Learning (Distance Ed) ..107 Parking on campus.130 133 Payment Plan (NelNET Tuition Payment Program) ..121 Prerequisites .118 Priority Numbers/Registration ..116 Re-admission Policy 118 Refunds121 REGISTRATION PROCEDURES .4, 117 119 Repeat Policy.117 Residency.114 RETURNING STUDENTS 114 Scholarships .129 Security (Campus Safety) .131 SEP (Student Educational Plan) 5Smoking Policy130, 137 SRTK Rates.32Student Government (ASLPC).130, 142 Student ID Card ..4, 129 Student Rights and Responsibilities140 Transfer Center129, 142 Tutoring Center ..129, 142 Veterans Program .114, 142 Waitlist Information 119 Weekend/Saturday Courses .113 Wheels Bus Service.139 ZONEmail Information4, 5, 118 *visit for detailed information Courses, dates, and times are subject to change without notice. Refer to CLASS-Web for the most current course information.

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2PROGRAM INDEX Administration of Justice ..14 American Sign Language ..14 Anthropology .14 Astronomy.15Art РHistory 15Biological Sciences: РGeneral Botany 15 РHuman Anatomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 РIntro To College Biology 15 РHumans and the Environment..15Business.16Chemistry..16Computer Information Systems..17Computer Science17Early Childhood Development17Economics .17Emergency Medical Services..18Engineering 18English..18Geography.19Geology.19Health ..19History..19Humanities.20Internship..20Kinesiology.20Library Skills 22 Mass Communications .23Mathematics ..23 РMath Jam (see Tutr 200) .30Music 26 Nutrition 26 Philosophy.27Photography ..27Political Science ..27Psychology.27Psychology Counseling.28Religious Studies .28Sociology ..29Spanish .29Speech..29Theater Arts29Tutoring (Math Jam) .30Welding Technology 31Work Experience .32Administration of Justice ..37American Sign Language ..38Anthropology .39Art РHistory 40Art ..40Astronomy.41Automotive Technology42Biological Sciences: РGeneral Botany 43 РGeneral Zoology ..43 РCell and Molecular Biology .43 РHuman Anatomy..43 РHuman Physiology43 РMicrobiology ..43 РIntro To The Science of Biology .44 РContemporary Human Biology ..44 РIntro To College Biology 44 РHumans and the Environment .44 РAnatomy and Physiology ..44Business.44Chemistry..47Communication Studies (formerly Speech) ..48Computer Information Systems..48 РOracle Academy .53 РCIW Program (Certified Internet Web Professional)54Computer Networking Technology ..54Computer Science56Dance57Early Childhood Development57Economics .59 Emergency Medical Services..59 Engineering61English..61English as a Second Language64Environmental Studies..67Fire Service Technology 67French ..67Geography.67Geology.68 Health ..69Health Sciences ..69History..69Horticulture70Humanities.71Interior Design 71Internship..71Italian72Kinesiology: РTheory .72 РActivity .72 РIntercollegiate Athletics 77Learning Skills.78Library Skills79Marketing..79Mass Communications .79Mathematics: РMath Emporium .81 РLecture and Hybrid .84 РMath Jam .89Music 89Nutrition 91Occupational Safety and Health..91Philosophy.92Photography..92Physics..93Political Science ..93Psychology Counseling.94 Psychology.95Radiation Safety ..96Religious Studies .96Sociology ..97Spanish .98Speech (see Communication Studies) Theater Arts98Tutoring ..100 Visual Communications100 Viticulture and Winery Technology..101 Welding Technology ..102 Womens Studies 104 Work Experience 104 SUMMER 2017FALL 2017 Key Contact Information Admissions & Records Π925-424-1500 Counseling Dept . Π925-424-1400Assessment Center Π925-424-1475 Financial Aid Dept . Π925-424-1580Additional information is available on the College website @ www .laspositascollege .edu

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3ACADEMIC CALENDAR Fall 2017 Semester Dates (see page 37 for Fall course listings) Aug 16 .. INSTRUCTION BEGINS (Full-term courses*) Aug 19 Instruction begins for Saturday classes Aug 25 Last day to fiADDfl or fiDROP NGRfl in-person (Full-term courses*) Aug 27 . Last day to fiADDfl or fiDROP NGRfl online via CLASS-Web (Full-term courses*) Aug 28 . Census (Full-term courses*) Sept 2 – 4 HOLIDAY – Labor Day Weekend (no instruction) Sept 2 No Saturday classes Sept 10 .. fiPass/No Passfl deadline (Full-term courses*) Oct 15 60% Point for Financial Aid Oct 27 Deadline to apply for Degree/Certificate Nov 3 ..Last day to Withdraw with a fiWfl in-person (Full-term courses*) Nov 5 ..Last day to Withdraw with a fiWfl online via CLASS-Web (Full-term courses*) Nov 10 .. HOLIDAY – Veterans Day Nov 11 Saturday classes meet Nov 22 – 24 . HOLIDAY – Thanksgiving Recess (no instruction) Nov 25 .. No Saturday classes Dec 9 .. Last day of Instruction (Saturday classes) Dec 12 Last day of Instruction (Full-term courses*) Dec 13 – 19 . Final Exams (Full-term courses*) Dec 16 . Final Exams (Saturday classes) Dec 20 – Jan 1 . HOLIDAY – Winter Recess (no instruction) Jan 2, 2018 . Instructors: Fall Grades Due ( by 11pm on CLASS-Web) *These dates apply to Full-term courses only. For Late Start and Fast Track courses, see page 117 for instructions on how to find ADD, DROP NGR, Drop with W, Census, and P/NP deadline dates. Summer 2017 S essions (see page 8 for Summer course listings) May 30 – July 3 .. 1st 5-Week Session July 5 – Aug 3 .. 2nd 5-Week Session June 19 – July 27 6-Week Session June 12 – Aug 3 .. 8-Week Session July 4 .HOLIDAY – Independence Day Observance (no instruction) Aug 6 .Instructors: Summer Grades Due ( by 11pm on CLASS-Web) Summer & Fall 2017 Registration Dates Your registration date will be determined by the completion of the 3 Core Services (Assessment, Orientation, SEP): (See page 116 for more information) COMPLETE INCOMPLETE STATE MANDATED – Veterans, Foster Youth, EOPS, DSPS, Cal Works . April 18 .May 10 COLLEGE PRIORITY – Athletes, TRIO /Excel & Aspire (Chabot) .. April 20 .May 11 CONTINUING (by priority) .. April 24 .May 12 EARLY ADMISSION (High School seniors graduating June 2017) .. May 6 .May 17 NEW . May 8 .May 17 RETURNING (former) .. May 9 .May 17 PROBATION . May 16 100+ DEGREE UNITS .. May 16 OPEN REGISTRATION .May 17 CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT (High School 10th, 11th, 12th grades) .Summer – May 19 | Fall – June 19 DROP FOR NON˜PAYMENT DEADLINE Students who register for FALL classes between: April 18 – May 30 Payment is due by June 13 May 31 – July 12 .Payment is due by July 26 Important: Students will be dropped from their classes if payment is not received by the deadline date

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4YOUR 5 STEPS TO SUCCESS The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District reserves the right to cancel classes, to make other changes as college needs require, and to change, without notice, any of the information, requirements, and regulations in the “Schedule of Classes” .1SUBMIT AN APPLICATION Go to www .laspositascollege .edu, select fiAdmissionsfl , Scroll down and follow the 5 Steps to Enrollment . When you select Step 1, you will be asked to create an account on OPENCCCAPPLY .NET before being directed to the application . See page 114 for admission information .4PROGRAM PLANNING SESSION After you have completed assessment, you will be scheduled for a group program planning session to meet with a counselor and develop your initial Student Educational Plan (SEP) .3TAKE AN ASSESSMENT TEST Scheduled Open Assessment Sessions – no appointments needed! Open Lab Testing Schedule (Math or English) is available on our website at http://www .laspositascollege .edu/assessmentcenter/ index .php. If you do not have access to the internet you may call the Assessment Center at 925 .424.1475. See page 6 for the Assessment calendar and information .2COMPLETE ONLINE ORIENTATION Students who are new to Las Positas College, and do not have previous college experience, are required to complete the online orientation prior to taking the assessment test and/or registering for classes . Go to http://www .onlineorientation .net/lpc/ to get started . Important : You must login with your ‚W™ number (student ID number) to receive credit for this orientation . *Some students may be exempt from the orientation, assessment, or counseling aspects of matriculation based on educational background or prior assessment . For specific information regarding exemption criteria, contact the Counseling Department at 925 .424.1400.SUBMIT OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS Request your official high school and/or college transcripts and submit to the Admissions Office as soon as possible . Note: If you are only taking classes for personal enrichment and will not be acquiring a degree or certificate, you may not need to do this step . Check with a counselor . REMEMBER TO ACCESS YOUR STUDENT ZONEMAIL ACCOUNT PLEASE NOTE: All messages from the College are sent to this email address . Your registration date will be emailed to your ZONEmail account . Check your ZONEmail regularly to avoid missing any important information or notices . See page 118 for details .5REGISTER FOR CLASSES & PAY YOUR FEES Enroll in classes via fiThe ZONEfl or CLASS-Web at: http://banner-web .clpccd .cc See page 117 for registration information .Fees must be paid in full by the scheduled payment due date or you will be dropped from your classes . Enrollment is conditional . The College reserves the right to cancel your registration . Fees can be paid by the following payment methods: DROP FOR NON-PAYMENT DEADLINE Students who register for their Fall 2017 classes between: April 18 – May 30 .Payment is due by June 13 May 31 – July 12 ..Payment is due by July 26 ONLINE – use your credit card by logging into The Zone or CLASS-Web .MAIL – send a check or money order for full payment . DO NOT SEND CASH! IN˜PERSON – pay by cash, check or credit card at the Office of Admissions and Records in Bldg 1600 .PAYMENT PLAN – sign up for our payment plan through NelNET, see page 121 for details .FINANCIAL AID – visit our website at www .laspositascollege .edu/ financialaid/index .php before registering to determine your eligibility . See page 122 for information .STUDENT ID CARD Students will need this card for access to the Library, the Computer Labs, at the Bookstore, and other campus services . Get your STUDENT ID CARD in the OSC (Online Service Center), Room 1672 . PARKING PERMIT ˜Fees are subject to change)Students must have a parking permit properly displayed on their vehicle to park on campus . These are available on CLASS-Web . If you do not have a valid semester permit, daily permits are available for $2 .00. Vehicle is $30, Motorcycle is $15, and BOGG students are a reduced rate of $20 . Look for the machines on the light poles in the parking lots . BEFORE PROCEEDING TO STEP 2: Log into CLASS-Web and obtain your Student fiWfl ID NumberAll admitted students are assigned a unique student identification number (W number) . This number will be sent to you via email . If you have not received this email within two business days after submitting your online application for admission, you may also obtain your student ID number by logging into CLASS-Web: o to www .laspositascollege .edu-Web icon ser ID: Your social security number PIN: Your birthdate in numerical format: MMDDYY Note: If you did not provide a social security number with your application for admission, you may obtain your W number by visiting the Admissions and Records Office (photo ID required). og in and click the fiWhat is my W ID?fl link f your PIN has been disabled, send an email to: LPC-Admissions@laspositascollege .edu -or- go to the Admissions and Records Office (photo ID required)

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5ORIENTATION, ASSESSMENT & STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN Student Success and Support Program (SSSP), created by the California Legislature, is a program designed to help you succeed at Las Positas College . The program defines responsibilities of both the college and you, the student . SSSP requires that you complete orientation, assessment, and a student educational plan (SEP) in order to receive priority registration at LPC . By completing these core services when you first start attending Las Positas College, you not only get that priority registration, but also get to form a partnership with LPC to help you develop and realize your educational goals . SSSP helps you from the moment you apply until you complete your studies at Las Positas College . Complete the 3 Core Services and you may be eligible for an earlier registration date! ONLINE ORIENTATION An online orientation is offered for all students, including new, first-time college students, to help with the transition to Las Positas College . The online orientation introduces students to the school™s programs, services, academic regulations, expectations, campus facilities, and student life .ASSESSMENT All students are required to complete the English, Math assessment or ESL to determine which level of English, Math, or ESL is appropriate for you to take so that you will be successful . (See page 6 for assessment dates and times .)STUDENT EDUCATIONAL PLAN ˚SEP˛ Every student without an associate degree or higher needs to attend a group planning session, in which a counselor will work with you to create your abbreviated, one-semester student educational plan . The SEP helps define what classes to take your first semester at LPC to start you on the right path toward your educational goal . SSSP: THREE CORE SERVICES STUDENT SUCCESS AND SUPPORT PROGRAM ˚SSSP ˛What is a Student Educational Plan (SEP)? The purpose of an educational plan is to map out all courses that are required to meet the educational objective the student has selected . The educational plan should help students to understand all the necessary courses that must be scheduled over various semesters, the overall time frame required for completion of all required courses, and the support services available to help students successfully reach their goal . Students are strongly encouraged to schedule an appointment with a counselor to discuss their individual educational goal and to develop a fiStudent Educational Planfl .RESOURCE TOOLS TO HELP KEEP YOU ON TRACK By accessing the fiCheck Your Registration Statusfl link on Class-Web or The ZONE, students may obtain the latest information on their priority registration number and priority registration date . In addition, students may also be able to track their 3 Core Services completion progress . Information such as holds preventing registration, educational goal, academic standing, units completed, overall GPA, and current major and degree objectives are also noted .HOW TO CHECK YOUR PRIORITY REGISTRATION STATUS 1. Login to your CLASS-Web account 2. Select fiCheck Your Priority Registration Statusfl menu item HOW TO FORWARD ZONEMAIL TO YOUR PERSONAL EMAIL 1. Login to your ZONEmail account at http://stumail .clpccd .edu2. Click the email option3. In the upper right hand corner, click the Setting icon and select fiMail Settingsfl 4. Click the fiForwarding and POP/IMAPfl tab 5. Click fiAdd a Forwarding Addressfl and type your personal email6. Access your personal email account to retrieve the verification code, then enter it into the box and click fiVerifyfl 7. Select the option to fiForward a copy of incoming mailfl to your personal email .8. Save changes REMINDER: All registration notices, Financial Aid and general College information, will be emailed to your Zonemail Account . Check it regularly!!

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