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ATTENTION STUDENTS Your communication from Lamar State College-Port Arthur will be sent to your my.LamarPA.edu email account. You MUST check your my.lamarpa.edu email daily to ensure success with your advising, registration, scheduling, and financial aid. PAYMENT & PENALTY DEADLINES: See Page 2 Students dropped for non-payment will be charged a $50 reinstatement fee every time they are dropped for nonpayment.

IMPORTANT DATES SPRING 2014 January 3: January 6: January 13: January 14: January 16: January 16: January 20: January 21: January 29: February 4: February 14: February 18: February 26: February 27: March 7: March 10-14: March 11: March 17: March 17: March 18: March 20: March 24: March25: March 26: April 8: April 16: April 17: April 18: April 30: May 1: May 1-7: May 9:

Deadline to receive Bacterial Meningitis vaccination for Spring 2014 Payment due for Spring early registration & 8-Week Session I early registration Spring Semester Begins-1st class day & 8-Week Online Session I begins Course Cancellation for Spring non-payment & Session I non-payment Final drop for Spring non-payment & Session I non-payment Final day for schedule revisions/late registration with penalty fee MLK, Jr. Birthday-Observed; Campus Closed Census Date 8-Week Online Session I Twelfth Class Day/Last Day to drop a class w/ a refund (16 week courses) Final day to drop 8-week Session I without academic penalty 8-Week Session I 60% complete-critical date for financial aid students 1st tuition & fee installment payment due Last day to drop/withdraw without academic penalty Final day to drop 8-Week Session I with academic penalty Final Class/Exam Day 8-Week Online Session I Spring Break Payment due for 8-Week Session II early registration Classes Resume 8-Week Online Session II begins Course cancellation for 8-Week Session II non-payment Final drop for 8-Week Session II non-payment Census Date 8-Week Online Session II 2nd tuition & fee installment payment due Spring Semester 60% complete-critical date for financial aid students Final day to drop 8-Week Session II without academic penalty Last day to drop/withdraw from all classes with academic penalty 8-Week Session II 60% complete-critical date for financial aid students Good Friday; No Classes Last day Spring Semester Final day to drop 8-Week Session II with academic penalty Final Exams on campus & 16-week online courses Final Class/Exam Day for 8-week online Session II

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR SPRING 2014 SCHEDULE INDEX Academic Partnership (AP) Courses................................................................................................. Page 24 Accepting Financial Aid Awards....................................................................................................... Page 11 Am I Admitted?................................................................................................................................... Page 6 Campus Map..................................................................................................................... Inside Back Cover College Catalog Information............................................................................................................... Page 4 Core Curriculum................................................................................................................................ Page 40 Course Drop Limit............................................................................................................................. Page 36 Degree Evaluation................................................................................................................................ Page 8 Final Exam Schedule-16 Week.......................................................................................................... Page 39 Financial Aid Appeals........................................................................................................................ Page 16 Financial Aid Deadlines..................................................................................................................... Page 12 Fit to Live ......................................................................................................................................... Page 35 How can I delay my Financial Aid?.............................................................................................Page 18-19 How do I Apply?.................................................................................................................................. Page 6 How do I get my IRS Transcript?.................................................................................................Page 14-15 How to View your Billing Statement................................................................................................ Page 38 Important Dates.................................................................................................................Inside Front Cover Keys to Reading Class Schedule....................................................................................................... Page 22 May 2014 Graduation Application.................................................................................................... Page 25 Missing Financial Aid Documents.................................................................................................... Page 10 My Financial Aid?............................................................................................................................... Page 6 Register Online.................................................................................................................................... Page 9 Registration & Payment Information.................................................................................................. Page 2 Save Time & Delays with Financial Aid........................................................................................... Page 13 Senior 55+ Courses............................................................................................................................ Page 35 Set-Up Direct Deposit........................................................................................................................ Page 20 Spring 2014 Academic Calendar....................................................................................................... Page 25 Spring 2014 Course Listings........................................................................................................Page 27-31 Spring 2014 Fee Chart....................................................................................................................... Page 26 Spring 2014 Online Courses.........................................................................................................Page 33-34 Spring 2014 Registration Procedures................................................................................................ Page 23 Texas Grant Deadlines....................................................................................................................... Page 12 Text Book Look-Up/Buy................................................................................................................... Page 21 Tobacco Free Policy.......................................................................................................................... Page 37 TSI Assessment.................................................................................................................................. Page 36 Understanding Texas Grants.............................................................................................................. Page 17 Withdraw & Refund Schedule............................................................................................................. Page 3 What is SAP?..................................................................................................................................... Page 16 Where is my refund?............................................................................................................................ Page 3

Lamar State College-Port Arthur Mission Statement Lamar State College-Port Arthur is an open-access, comprehensive public two-year college offering quality instruction leading to associate degrees and a variety of certificates. The college, a member of The Texas State University System, has provided affordable, quality educational opportunities to residents of the Southeast Texas area since 1909. Lamar State College-Port Arthur embraces the premise that education is an on-going process that enhances career potential, broadens intellectual horizons and enriches life. The faculty, staff and administration share a commitment to a mission characterized by student learning, diversity and community service. The foundations for student success include compensatory education programs designed to fulfill our commitment to accommodate students with diverse goals and backgrounds, technical education programs that provide for the acquisition of the skills and demeanor necessary for initial and continued Lamar State College-Port Arthur is an equal opportunity/affirmative action education institution and employer. Students, faculty and staff members are selected without regard to their race, color, creed, handicap, age, sex or national origin, consistent with the Assurance of Compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Executive Order as issued and amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended,; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

employment, and a core curriculum that develops the values and concepts that allow the student to make a meaningful contribution in the workplace or community. Student achievement is measured by the completion of courses and programs of study, successful performance following transfer to a baccalaureate program and the attainment of individual goals. Lamar State College-Port Arthur operates in the belief that all individuals should be: • Treated with dignity and respect; • Afforded equal opportunity to acquire a complete educational experience; • Given an opportunity to discover and develop their special aptitudes and insights; • Provide an opportunity to equip themselves for a fulfilling life and responsible citizenship in a world characterized by change.

Inquiries concerning application of these regulations should be referred to Dr. Gary Stretcher, Vice President for Academic Affairs: by phone; (409) 984-6209 or (800) 477-5872 ext. 6209 by electronic mail: Gary.Stretcher@lamarpa.edu by mail to: P.O. Box 310, Port Arthur, TX 77641-0310.

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE PORT ARTHUR SPRING 2014 REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT INFORMATION Alphabetic Registration Schedule for Spring 2014 Advising Begins October 28 M-Z, May Graduates, November 4-9 Students with disabilities A-L November 11-16 Open Registration November 18-January 10 LSCPA is enforcing MULTIPLE drop for non-payment deadlines for the Spring 2014 semester, including Session I & Session II 8-week courses. Do not take a chance of losing the courses you need. You MUST have your tuition paid by the published dates. Spring 2014 (16 week semester & Session I 8-Week) 1st Drop Deadline: January 6, 2014 nd 2 Drop Deadline: January 14, 2014 (2nd Class Day) FINAL Drop Deadline: January 16, 2014 (4th Class Day) Spring 2014 (Session II 8-Week) 1st Drop Deadline: March 11, 2014 nd 2 Drop Deadline: March 18, 2014 rd 3 Drop Deadline: March 20, 2014

ATTENTION: There will be a $50 reinstatement fee charged every time your classes are cancelled for non-payment. Notices are sent to your my.lamarpa.edu email account regarding unpaid balances and course cancellations. Late Registration January 13-16

8:00 am-6:00 pm

All students who late register will be required to have payment made by 5:00 pm on the same day. You must be admitted to the college before you are assigned a MyLamarPA computer account. Click on the “Am I Admitted?” button and “My Financial Aid” button at www.lamarpa.edu to check your admissions and financial aid status. It is important to check your email daily during peak registration times for any information regarding financial aid funding and registration. This includes two weeks prior to school and two week after classes have begun.

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SPRING 2014 Withdraw and Refund Schedule LSCPA Students **ACADEMIC PARTNERSHIP STUDENTS SEE BELOW Withdraw (dropping ALL courses)-LSPCA STUDENTS 16-week Semester Prior to Jan 13th 100% Jan 13th-Jan 17th 80% Jan 18th–Jan 24th 70% Jan 25th-Jan 29th 50%       th th Jan 30 -Feb 5 25% No refunds after Feb 5th 8-week Session I Prior to Jan 13th 100% Jan 13th-Jan 15th 80% Jan 16th-Jan 20th 50% No refund after Jan 20th 8-week Session II Prior to March 17th 100% March 17th-19th 80% March 20-24th 50% No refund after March 24th **less a $20 matriculation fee

WHERE ARE MY FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIP RESIDUAL FUNDS AFTER TUITION & FEES HAVE BEEN PAID? As a service to students & to speed the use of residual financial aid & scholarship funds, LSCPA will establish a credit account at our LSCPA Bookstore for students to charge books & supplies for the beginning of semester. This is in keeping with the Dept of Education Directive to make these funds available to students for books & supplies after the initial funds have been applied to tuition & fees. Approximately after the first week of classes, funds will be removed from the Bookstore, reconciled, and released to the student’s designated ACH account (bank, savings & loans, etc.) on record with the LSCPA Business Office. . Refer to page 20 for directions on setting up ACH direct deposit. Contact LSCPA Bookstore at 409-984-6388 or visit http://lamar-pa.bncollege.com

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What every college student should know…

CHECK IT OUT! CHECK IT OUT!

What every college student should know ...

Important info can be found in our

Important information can be found online catalog about the topics below in our online catalog about the topics below.

www.lamarpa.edu www.lamarpa.edu

Go Logtoon to

and Catalog” andselect select “College “College Catalog”

Academic Services

• Semester Hour • Academic Courses: Course Numbering • Technical Courses: Workforce Education Course Manual (WECM) Courses • Maximum Course Loads • Minimum Class Enrollment • Physical Ed Requirements for Academic Majors • Dropping Courses • Instructor Initiated Drop

Student Services

• Access to Records • Release of information • Academic Bill of Rights • Special Populations • Advising Services • Health Insurance • Fees and Expenses • Emergency Messages • Financial Aid • College Work Study Program • Student Employment • Job Placement and Career Guidance

• Withdrawals • Change of Major • Classification of Students • Grading System • Dean’s List/President’s List • Scholastic Probation/Suspension • Absence for “Religious Holy Days” • Change of Address or Name • Academic Records and Transcripts • Tuition Rebates for Students Earning a Bachelor’s Degree • Expunction of Records • Division of Student Services • Special Populations/Disabilities Coordinator • Student Success Center • ID Card • Campus Security • Parking Regulations • Extended Class Absence • Student Handbook • Student Organizations • Veterans’ Affairs

Texas Common Course Numbering System The Texas Common Course Numbering SystemNumbering assists transferSystem students in the transition Texas Common Course from one institution to another. Colleges participating in the Common Course The Texas Common Course Numbering System assists transfer students in the transition from one institution to another. System identify “common” taught on their campuses. CollegesNumbering participating in the Common Course Numbering Systemcourses identify “common” courses taught on their campuses.

All courses designed for transfer adhere to the Common Course Numbering System. Students with questions about All courses designed for transfer adhere to the Common Course Numbering System. course transferability should check with the appropriate department at the institution to which they want to transfer.

Students with questions about course transferability should check with the appropriate department at the institution to which they want to transfer.

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ATTENTION—All Texas New, Re-Admit or Transfer Applicants: You are now subject to the New Texas Bacterial Meningitis Law NEW LAW REVISED January 1, 2014 Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination is required for all new students under age 22. This includes ALL transfer students and students that have taken either a fall or spring semester off from college. The state of Texas passed a new law (SB62) effective Spring Semester 2014 that will require all new students under age 22 to have a vaccination against bacterial meningitis. All first-time freshman, transfer students, and students who have taken a leave of absence from school in either a fall or spring semester must have received this vaccination during the five-year period immediately preceding and at least 10 days prior to the first day of the semester enrolled or re-enrolled.

The following evidence must be provided as a Lamar State College-Port Arthur/State of Texas admissions requirement: 1. Certification from a physician or clinic the date that the student has been vaccinated during the 5-year period immediately preceding and at least 10 days prior to the first day of class. 2. An affidavit or a certificate from a physician stating that the vaccination would be injurious to the health and well-being of the student.

NOTE: This law, as of January 1, 2014, applies to every Texas public, private, and independent college and university. The Admission and Records Office has been designated to receive this student evidence of receipt of the vaccination certificate for verification and reporting to LSCPA. As prescribed by the Law, with this notification Lamar State College-Port Arthur is providing to you now, and with your registration materials the following: written or electronic notice of the right of the student or of a parent or guardian of a student, to claim an exemption from the vaccination requirement, as specified in Section 21.614; and written or electronic notice of the importance of consulting a physician about the need for the immunization against bacterial meningitis to prevent the disease.

3. A completed and notarized form approving exception for reasons of Religious Conscience as approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board rules. The approved form for exemption can be found at: https:// webds.dshs.state.tx.us/immco/ Students are strongly encouraged to visit with their primary care physician or area health clinic as soon as possible to receive the appropriate vaccinations. The deadline to filed affidavits for health or religious objection will be 10 days prior to the start of the semester, same as last day to get the vaccination.

SPRING 2014 DEADLINE TO RECEIVE BACTERIAL MENINGITIS VACCINATION JANUARY 3, 2014 (409) 983-4921 or 1-800-477-5872

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How to log on to MY.LAMARPA.EDU

First ... go to www.lamarpa.edu

Next ... click on the “My.LamarPA Login”

THEN...

Sign in using your USERNAME & PASSWORD

Shhhh... Keep your password secret!! STUCK??

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Do I have any missing financial aid documents? Want your money? Show us the documents!! Sometimes additional documentation is needed to complete your financial aid application. Here’s how you check it out ... Log on to my.lamarpa.edu Click on “My Services” Click on the “Financial Aid” tab Click on “Eligibility” then select year Click on “Submit” The listing under “Student Requirements” will let you know what’s missing ... For more information on those docs, click “Source Term Instructions” Questions or Concerns?

Call the Financial Aid Department at

409-984-6203

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How Do I Accept My Financial Aid Awards Financial Aid funds cannot be disbursed toward your registration without following the procedures below:

Want your money? Here’s how you get it ... Students must read and accept their terms and conditions before receiving funding. By accepting “Terms and Conditions” you acknowledge you understand the Academic Progress Policy and Grant Disclosure Statement.

Log on to my.lamarpa.edu Click on “My Services” Click on the “Financial Aid” tab

Click on “Award,” select year and “Submit” (for loans only) Click on “Terms and Conditions” tab

You must read “Student Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy and Disclosure Statement for Grants. When you finish, click the red X to close the window.

Click “Accept” then “Accept Award Offer” tab (for loans only) Click either “Accept” or “Decline” All grants are automatically accepted for you. Loans must be accepted online by you.

Questions or Concerns?

409-984-6203

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Want to save time & delays in your financial aid award? Want your money? You have to use the correct IRS information! DO THIS!

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How do I get the new IRS Transcript for filing? The student or parent of a dependent student who was selected for verification must submit to the LSC-PA Office of Financial Aid an IRS Tax Return Transcript of their appropriate tax year information if: • they are not eligible to use the FAFSA on the Web IRS Data Retrieval Process, or • they have chosen not to use the IRS Data Retrieval Process, or • they used the IRS Data Retrieval Process, but subsequently changed the information

IRS Tax Return Transcript Request Options The following information regarding how tax filers can request a tax transcript of their appropriate tax year federal tax return from IRS free of charge was provided by the U.S. Department of Education.

A tax filer can request the IRS Tax Return Transcript in one of three ways … Online Request • Available on the IRS Web site at www. IRS.gov • In the Tools section of the homepage, click “Order a Tax Return or Account Transcript”. • Under Step No. 3, click “Order a Transcript” • Enter the tax filer’s Social Security Number, date of birth, street address, and zip or postal code. Use the address currently on file with the IRS. Generally, this will be the address that was listed on the latest tax return filed. However, if an address change has been completed through the U.S. Postal Service, the IRS may have the updated address on file. • Click “Continue” • In the Type of Transcript filed, select “Return Transcript”, and in the Tax Year field, select your appropriate tax year • If successfully validated, tax filers can expect to receive a paper IRS Tax Return Transcript at the address included in their online request within 5 to 10 days from the time the online request was successfully transmitted to the IRS.

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Once you receive your IRS Tax Return Transcript, please send it to the LSC-PA Office of Financial Aid. (409) 983-4921 or 1-800-477-5872

Telephone Request for IRS Transcript • Available from IRS by calling 1-800-908-9946 or 1-800-829-1040 • When answered, enter 0 (zero) until you are transferred to a customer service representative, who can then help you receive your transcript by FAX. If you have access to your own fax machine, give them your fax number to receive your document. If not, you can ask them to fax it directly to the fax machine at Lamar State College-Port Arthur, Financial Aid Department at 409-984-6021. • Tax filers must follow prompts to enter their Social Security Number and the numbers in their street address. Generally, these will be the numbers of the street address that was listed on the latest tax return filed. However, if an address change has been completed through the U.S. Postal Service, the IRS may have the updated address on file. • Select Option 2 to request an IRS Tax Return Transcript, and then enter the appropriate tax year. • If successfully validated, tax filers can expect to receive a paper IRS Tax Return Transcript at the address included in their online request within 5 to 10 days from the time the online request was successfully transmitted to the IRS. Once you receive your IRS Tax Return Transcript, please send it to the LSC-PA Office of Financial Aid.

Paper Request Form – IRS Form 4506T-EZ • IRS Form 4506T-EZ should be used instead of IRS Form 4506-T because it is sufficient to request an IRS Tax Return Transcript. • Download the IRS Form 4506-EZ at http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4506tez.pdf • Complete lines 1 – 4, following the instructions on page 2 of the form. Note that line 3 should be the most current address as filed with the IRS. It is the address where the IRS Tax Return Transcript will be sent. If the address has recently changed, include the address listed on the latest tax return filed on Line 4. However, if an address change has been completed through the U.S. Postal Service, the IRS may have the updated address on file. • Line 5 provides tax filers with the option to have their IRS Tax Return Transcript mailed directly to a third party by the IRS. • The tax filers (or spouse, if requesting information from a joint tax return) must sign and date the form and enter their telephone number. Only one signature is required to request a transcript for a joint return. • Mail or fax the completed IRS Form 4506T-EZ to the appropriate address (or FAX number) provided on page 2 of Form 4506T-EZ. • Tax filers can expect to receive their transcript within 5 to 10 days from the time the IRS receives and processes their signed request. NOTE: Processing Form 4506T-EZ means verifying/validating the information provided on the form. If any information does not match the IRS records, the IRS will notify the tax filer that it was not able to provide the transcript. Once you receive your IRS Tax Return Transcript, please send it to the LSC-PA Office of Financial Aid.

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What is SAP and how does it affect ME?

For a student to be eligible to receive Federal student assistance (GRANTS AND LOANS) at LSC-PA, the student MUST maintain SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS. • Complete at least 75% of attempted courses. Failing grades, drops, incompletes and withdrawals can result in failure to meet 75% completion rate. •

Must have at least 2.0 GPA or higher

Graduate within 150% of the time frame required to obtain your degree

SAP is critical to your ability to qualify for continued financial aid. The Department of Education now requires LSCPA to verify your SAP standing EVERY SEMESTER. Failure to meet SAP from one semester to the next can result in a loss of financial aid. Students who are not meeting SAP (Both the GPA and Completion Ratio) are not eligible for student loans at Lamar State College - Port Arthur. Check EACH semester to be sure you are within eligibility compliance for SAP (your GPA and required hours completed). You can find this information by accessing your academic transcript through your MyLamar.edu page. 1. Click on the blue tab that is labeled ‘My Services’ 2. Click on the blue tab that is labeled ‘Student’ 3. Click on the second link down that is labeled ‘Student Records’ 4. Click on the third link down that is labeled ‘Academic Transcript’ 5. Click submit. 6. Scroll all the way down to the line ‘Transcript Totals’ 7. Divide the ‘Total Institution’ column labeled ‘Earned hours’ by the ‘Total Institution’ column labeled ‘Attempt Hours’ 8. Move the decimal two places to the right. - Ex. 0.84938934 would be a completion ratio of 84% Academic success is more critical today to your future funding than ever before. KNOW HOW THIS WORKS FOR YOU!!!

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How can I delay my Financial Aid if I don’t do the following?! Do’s and DON’Ts of Qualifying for Financial Aid To better serve you in a professional and timely manner the LSCPA Financial Aid Office has established NEW Deadlines and requirements.

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NEW Students can now search/buy their textbooks directly from their my.LamarPA.edu account. To search/buy textbooks for classes you have already registered for: 1) Log on to your my.lamarpa.edu account. 2) Click on the “Student” tab and “Registration” tab. 3) Select the Bookstore (Barnes & Noble) link at the bottom on the Registration screen. 

You are not required to purchase anything when looking up text book information

To search/buy textbooks for potential courses & sections: 1) Log on to your my.lamarpa.edu account. 2) Click on the “Student” tab and “Registration” tab. 3) Select Look Up Classes 

Select the Term

Select the Subject

Select the Section

4) Select the Bookstore (Barnes & Noble) link at the bottom on the Registration screen. 

You will be redirected to our bookstore’s website.

You are not required to purchase anything when looking up text book information

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“SAFETY FIRST�

When the pedestrian is in the crosswalk vehicles must yield the right of way to the pedestrian. However, a pedestrian may not proceed into a crosswalk, from a safe location, when vehicular traffic is in such proximity that it is impossible for the vehicle to stop. The Texas Transportation Code (Sec. 552.008) requires vehicle operators to exercise due care to avoid hitting pedestrians on the roadway, allows the use of an audible device (horn) to warn pedestrians who are on the roadway, and requires drivers to exercise precaution upon observing a child or "obviously confused or incapacitated person" on a roadway. You are subject to a city or state fine (ticket) if these regulations are not upheld.

KEY TO READING THE CLASS SCHEDULE (ENGL) ENGLISH 10032

LEC 1302

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1. Call Number: Unique five-digit number used in web and walk-in registration. 2. Type: LEC - lecture; LAB - laboratory; lecture/lab combined courses will be designated as LEC. 3. Course Number: Three- or four-digit number which designates level and credit hours, i.e., 1302 is a first-year course. 4. Section: Two-digit section number of course ( a course may have more than one section). 5. Description: Abbreviated course title. 6. Building: Please see map in this schedule for building names. 7. Room: Room number for each course. 8. Instructor: Instructor teaching course. 9. Days: M-Monday R-Thursday A-Alternate Saturdays T-Tuesday F-Friday W-Wednesday S-Saturday 10. Times: The time(s) the course meets. An asterisk (*) designates evening classes (after 4:30 pm). The courses in this schedule will be taught as listed, provided there are sufficient students enrolled in each section to justify the course offering. The scheduled time, room and instructor reflect the intention of the college at the time this schedule is published and are subject to change. These listings are not an assurance to students that courses will be offered exactly as listed.

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“KNOW YOUR REGISTRATION DATES� LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR SPRING 2014 REGISTRATION PROCEDURES Lamar State College-Port Arthur will hold Web Registration for the Spring 2014 registration period. In order to use web registration you must be a current student not subject to TSI (formerly TASP) restrictions. All students are encouraged to speak with an Admission Advisor before registering, especially those graduating in May. However, continuing students not subject to TSI and those who have passed all parts of TSI may register by web. All other students must meet with an advisor. If you have any problems regarding your admission status, contact an Admission Advisor for assistance.

NOTE: Students planning to attend more than one Lamar campus must apply and be accepted to each campus they wish to attend. Students may register by web or in person according to the alphabetic schedule below. Lamar State College-Port Arthur student groups exempt from the alphabetic listing are students with disabilities and graduating students. Students who have not met ALL TSI requirements must register in person. Students with financial or other holds cannot register until holds are cleared.

ALPHABETIC REGISTRATION SCHEDULE FOR SPRING 2014 (16 week and Session I 8 week)

ALPHABET

DATE

PAYMENT DUE

Advising Begins

October 28

M-Z, May graduates, Students with disabilities

November 4-9 January 6, 14, 16

A-L

November 11-16 January 6, 14, 16

Open Registration

November 18-January 10 January 6, 14, 16

Drop for Non-Payment

January 6, 14, 16

NOTE: Please see different deadlines for financial aid on page 12.

ATTENTION STUDENTS: There will be a $50 reinstatement fee charged when classes are cancelled due to non-payment. LATE REGISTRATION FOR SPRING 2014 Register in person, on campus, third floor of the Student Center DATES: January 13-16 TIMES: 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

ON-SITE REGISTRATION: All students who cannot or do not wish to use the web registration system may register on campus with an Admission Advisor during normal working hours. REGISTRATION FOR FINANCIAL AID STUDENTS- Students should register according to the schedule above and contact the Financial Aid Office before the end of their respective payment period. They should bring a copy of the bill to the Financial Aid Office.

NOTE: Students who owe financial debts to the college are prohibited from registering until all debts are paid in full. Students with financial or other holds cannot web register until holds are cleared. Call 984-6126 for financial holds and 984-6168 for other holds. For more information or instructions regarding admission or registration, contact the Admission Advisors Office at 984-6186, 984-6183, 984-6184 or 984-6185.

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Non-Course Based Remediation & Integrated Reading/Writing In response to a legislative mandate, THECB requires that all Developmental Education departments offer non-course based remediation (NCBO) for reading, writing and math effective fall 2013. ENGL 0301-25 and ENGL 031025 have been added to meet these requirements. For a student to be eligible for enrollment in one of these courses, they must have earned a “D” while enrolled for the first time in ENGL 0301 or ENGL 0310. Students who made an “F” will be considered on an individual basis. Effective Spring 2014, LSCPA students also have the opportunity to enroll in ENGL 0327-01. This is Integrated Reading & Writing. Students who have been placed into ENGL 0302 AND ENGL 0317 are eligible to register for this course. This course will meet both the reading and writing requirements for TSI. It is scheduled to meet MWF 12:00-12:50.

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SPRING 2014 ACADEMIC CALENDAR GENERAL REGISTRATION

November 4 - January 10 (16 week Session I) November 4 - March 18 (Session II)

LATE REGISTRATION

January 13 - 16 Late registration is handled through the Admission Office, third floor of the Student Center, January 13 - 16 from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. THERE IS A $10 LATE FEE. The late fee is based on the date of payment, not the registration date. NOTE: FEE STATEMENTS MUST BE DATED SAME DATE AS PAYMENT DATE.

FIRST CLASS DAY January 13 Session I: January 13 Session II: March 17

LAST DAY FOR SCHEDULE CHANGES January 16

HOLIDAYS

January 20, MLK Holiday - No Classes March 10-14, Spring Break April 18, Good Friday - No Classes

APPLICATION FOR MAY GRADUATION January 20 - April 3 Students should apply as early as possible.

DROP/WITHDRAW

Last day to drop or withdraw and still receive a Q/W even if failing the course. February 26, February 4 (Session I), April 8 (Session II) Last day to drop or withdraw from the semester (a grade will be recorded). April 16, February 27 (Session I), May 1 (Session II)

FINAL EXAMS

May 1-7 Final exams. (16 week semester)

COMMENCEMENT May 9, 2014, 6:30 p.m.

APPLICATION FOR MAY 2014 GRADUATION January 20 - April 3, 2014 Step 1: Students planning to graduate in May 2014 should complete all forms, following the instructions located in the Records Office on the third floor of the Student Center. Academic Partnership students should email amanda.metts@lamarpa.edu for an application packet. Step 2: Run a Degree Evaluation on your my.lamarpa.edu account to verify graduation standings. Step 3: Go to the Lamar-Port Arthur Bookstore to pay your graduation fees. Fees below are subject to change. Cap and Gown ...... $37.98 plus tax Diploma ................ $27.98 plus tax Mailing Fee .............. $11.00 Step 4: Pick up cap and gown in the Lamar-Port Arthur Bookstore. Questions concerning graduation should be directed to Amanda Metts in the Records Office on the Student Center third floor, 984-6176.

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR SPRING 2014 TUITION & FEES SEMESTER HOURS

TUITION TEXAS

TUITION NON-TEXAS

STUDENT SERVICE FEE

STUDENT CENTER FEE

RECREATION SPORTS FEE

TRANSCRIPT FEE

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FEE

LIBRARY FEE

ATHLETIC FEE

ADMINISTRATIVE COMPUTER USE FEE

TOTAL CHARGE TEXAS

TOTAL CHARGE NON-TEXAS

1

$115.96

$469.96

$28.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$1.00

$4.00

$9.62

$18.70

$233.28

$587.28

2

$231.92

$939.92

$56.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$2.00

$8.00

$19.24

$37.40

$410.56

$1,118.56

3

$347.88

$1,409.88

$84.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$3.00

$12.00

$28.86

$56.10

$587.84

$1,649.84

4

$463.84

$1,879.84

$112.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$4.00

$16.00

$38.48

$74.80

$765.12

$2,181.12

5

$579.80

$2,349.80

$140.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$5.00

$20.00

$48.10

$93.50

$942.40

$2,712.40

6

$695.76

$2,819.76

$168.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$6.00

$24.00

$57.72

$112.20

$1,119.68

$3,243.68

7

$811.72

$3,289.72

$196.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$7.00

$28.00

$67.34

$130.90

$1,296.96

$3,774.96

8

$927.68

$3,759.68

$224.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$8.00

$32.00

$76.96

$149.60

$1,474.24

$4,306.24

9

$1,043.64

$4,229.64

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$9.00

$36.00

$86.58

$168.30

$1,649.52

$4,835.52

10

$1,159.60

$4,699.60

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$10.00

$40.00

$96.20

$187.00

$1,798.80

$5,338.80

11

$1,275.56

$5,169.56

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$11.00

$44.00

$105.82

$205.70

$1,948.08

$5,842.08

12

$1,391.52

$5,639.52

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$12.00

$48.00

$115.44

$224.40

$2,097.36

$6,345.36

13

$1,507.48

$6,109.48

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$13.00

$52.00

$125.06

$243.10

$2,246.64

$6,848.64

14

$1,623.44

$6,579.44

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$14.00

$56.00

$134.68

$261.80

$2,395.92

$7,351.92

15

$1,739.40

$7,049.40

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$15.00

$60.00

$144.30

$280.50

$2,545.20

$7,855.20

16

$1,855.36

$7,519.36

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$16.00

$64.00

$153.92

$299.20

$2,694.48

$8,358.48

17

$1,971.32

$7,989.32

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$17.00

$68.00

$163.54

$317.90

$2,843.76

$8,861.76

18

$2,087.28

$8,459.28

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$18.00

$72.00

$173.16

$336.60

$2,993.04

$9,365.04

19

$2,203.24

$8,929.24

$250.00

$27.00

$24.00

$5.00

$19.00

$76.00

$182.78

$355.30

$3,142.32

$9,868.32

20

$2,319.20

$9,399.20 $250.00 $27.00 $24.00 $5.00 $20.00 $80.00 $192.40 $374.00 $3,291.60 Code: A. Texas residents; B. nonresidents * Total Charge does not include the following fees: Property Deposit $10 (one-time fee per campus); ID $5; Labs 1-3 semester hours $2; 4 or more semester hours $4. (Distance Learning Fee $50) Effective Fall 2004 – students may be charged out-of-state fees on coursework repeated 3 or more times. Such fees may also apply to students who exceed the State’s minimum 27 hour rule for developmental courses. ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ACTION OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS

$10,371.60

INSTALLMENT PAYMENT OPTION

Students may request installment payments. To do so, complete the form below and mail or turn it in to the Cashier’s Office, Lamar State College-Port Arthur, P.O. Box 310, Port Arthur, TX 77641-0310. Installment payments may also be requested through Lamar-Port Arthur’s web site. LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR Installment Agreement Acceptance Form I would like to use the Installment Payment Plan for the SPRING 2014 Semester

______________________________________________________ Print Name_____________________________________________

______________________________________________________ Social Security

A student who fails to make full payment of tuition and fees, including any incidental fees, by the due date may be prohibited from registering for classes until full payment is made. A student who fails to make payment prior to the end of the semester may be denied credit for the work done that semester. ______________________________________________________ Date

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ACADEMIC DIVISION

(DAAC) Drug/Alcohol Abuse Counseling

FOR INFORMATION ON ONLINE COURSES, SEE PAGES 33-34 THE STUDENT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CONSULTING THE CATALOG AND/OR ADVISORS CONCERNING PREREQUISITES FOR COURSES.

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE 01 71 02 72 03 73 04 74

10640 LEC 1322 10653 LEC 1322 10105 LEC 1407 10106 LAB 1407 11141 LAB 1407 10107 LEC 2401 10108 LEC 2401 10109 LEC 2401 10110 LAB 2401 10111 LAB 2401 10112 LAB 2401 10113 LAB 2401 10114 LAB 2401 10586 LAB 2401 10987 LEC 2401 10115 LEC 2402 10116 LEC 2402 10117 LAB 2402 10118 LAB 2402 10119 LAB 2402 10120 LAB 2402 10121 LAB 2402 10122 LAB 2402 10654 LEC 2402 10124 LEC 2420 10125 LAB 2420 10126 LAB 2420 10127 LEC 2420 10128 LAB 2420 10988 LAB 2420 10130 LEC 2420

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MWF 0900-0950AM ONLINE LAB MWF 1000-1050AM ONLINE LAB TR 0930-1045AM ONLINE LAB TR 1100-0115PM ONLINE CLASS

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POLLOCK R MWF 0800-0850AM POLLOCK R TR 1230-0145PM LONGLET N MW 1200-0115PM LONGLET N M 0130-0320PM LONGLET N W 0130-0320PM JORDAN P MWF 0900-0950AM JORDAN P MWF 1100-1150AM LONGLET N TR 0800-0915AM POLLOCK R M 1000-1150AM POLLOCK R M 0130-0320PM POLLOCK R T 0800-0950AM POLLOCK R T 1000-1150AM POLLOCK R W 1000-1150AM LONGLET N ONLINE LAB LONGLET N ONLINE COURSE JORDAN P MW 1200-0115PM LONGLET N TR 0930-1045AM POLLOCK R W 1200-0150PM POLLOCK R W 0200-0350PM POLLOCK R R 0800-0950AM POLLOCK R R 1000-1150AM POLLOCK R F 1000-1150AM POLLOCK R F 1200-0150PM LONGLET N ONLINE COURSE JORDAN P TR 0930-1045AM JORDAN P T 1100-1250PM JORDAN P R 1100-1250PM ASHCRAFT J TR 0500-0615PM * ASHCRAFT J T 0630-0820PM * ASHCRAFT J R 0630-0820PM * JORDAN P ONLINE COURSE

(CHEM) Chemistry 10437 LEC 1405 59 INTRO CHEMISTRY NHS 100 10438 LAB 1405 59A LABORATORY NHS 100 10655 LAB 1405 59B LABORATORY NHS 100 11149 LEC 1405 73 INTRO CHEMISTRY 10439 LEC 1406 59 CHM (ALLIED HLTH SCI) NHS 100 10440 LAB 1406 59A LABORATORY NHS 100 10441 LAB 1406 59B LABORATORY NHS 100 11143 LEC 1406 73 CHM (ALLIED HLTH SCI) 11144 LEC 1407 01 INTRO CHEMISTRY EDUC 106 11145 LAB 1407 02 LABORATORY EDUC 124 11146 LEC 1407 73 INTRO CHEMISTRY 11147 LEC 1412 01 GENERAL CHEMISTRY EDUC 106 11148 LAB 1412 02 GENERAL CHEMISTRY EDUC 124

JORDAN S TR 0500-0615PM * JORDAN S T 0630-0820PM * JORDAN S R 0630-0820PM * SON-GUIDRY K ONLINE COURSE JORDAN S TR 0500-0615PM * JORDAN S T 0630-0820PM * JORDAN S R 0630-0820PM * SON-GUIDRY K ONLINE COURSE SON-GUIDRY K TR 0800-0915AM SON-GUIDRY K TR 0930-1025AM STAFF ONLINE COURSE SON-GUIDRY K MW 0800-0915AM SON-GUIDRY K MW 0925-1055AM

11249 LEC 11150 LEC 11153 LEC 11156 LEC 11157 LEC 10990 LEC

COWLE COWLE COWLE COWLE COWLE COWLE

(CRIJ) Criminal Justice 01 73 01 01 01 01

ARRINGTON K T ARRINGTON K W ARRINGTON K R ARRINGTON K F ARRINGTON K M ARRINGTON K T ARRINGTON K T ARRINGTON K M

0700-0900PM * 0100-0900PM * 0100-0900PM * 0100-0300PM * 0600-0900PM * 1100-0200PM 0300-0600PM * 0100-0500PM

10484 LEC 1100 01 LEARNING FRAMEWRK EDUC 11159 LEC 1100 02 LEARNING FRAMEWRK EDUC 10491 LEC 1300 01 LEARNING FRAMEWRK EDUC 10814 LEC 1300 02 LEARNING FRAMEWRK EDUC 10495 LEC 1301 01 INTRO TEACHING PROF RF 10512 LAB 1301 02 INTRO TEACHING PROF TBA 10510 LEC 2301 01 INTRO SPEC POP RF 10511 LAB 2301 02 INTRO SPEC POP TBA

120 120 106 106 106 TBA 106 TBA

PEELER B PEELER B PEELER B PEELER B TREVEY R TREVEY M TREVEY R TREVEY M

T 1100-1150AM T 1200-1250PM MWF 1100-1150AM MW 1200-0115PM TR 1100-1215PM TBA TBA TR 0930-1045AM TBA TBA

10991 LEC 1404 01 HISTORICAL GEOLOGY MMED 145 10658 LAB 1404 02 LABORATORY MMED 145

TAYLOR R TAYLOR R

TR TR

10453 LEC 1322 73 PRINCIPLES NUTRITION

WOODARD A ONLINE COURSE

(GEOL) Geology

(BIOL) Biology

1301 1301 1307 1313 2313 2314

PAC 132 PAC 132 PAC 132 PAC 132 PAC 132 RF 124 PAC 132 PAC 132

(EDUC) Education

(BCIS) Business Computer Applications 10638 LEC 1305 11016 LAB 1305 10095 LEC 1305 11017 LAB 1305 11107 LEC 1305 10096 LAB 1305 11250 LEC 1305 11018 LEC 1305

11025 PRA 1164 50 SUB ABUSE CNSLNG 11026 PRA 1165 50 SUB ABUSE CNSLNG 11023 LEC 1311 50 COUNSEL THEORIES 11024 LEC 2307 01 ADDICTED FAM INTER 11030 LEC 2343 01 CURRENT ISSUES 11029 LEC 2441 01 COUNSEL ALCOHOL

INTRO CRIM JUSTICE EDUC 105 INTRO CRIM JUSTICE CRIME IN AMERICA EDUC 105 JUVENILE JUSTICE SYS MMED 205 CORREC SYS/PRAC EDUC 105 CRIMINAL INVESTIGAT MMED 135

K TR 1230-0145PM K ONLINE COURSE K MWF 1000-1050AM K MWF 1100-1150AM K TR 1100-1215PM K TR 0800-0915AM

0830-0945AM 0946-1046AM

(HECO) Home Economics (MATH) Mathematics

All Developmental Math Classes Math 0312, Math 0313, and Math 0332) will take their Math tests outside of class time. All assignments will be done via an interactive, online program. 10922 LEC 0312 01 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 213 10923 LEC 0312 02 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 221 10924 LEC 0312 03 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 213 10925 LEC 0312 25 PRE-ALGEBRA SSC 107 10926 LEC 0312 04 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 213 10927 LEC 0312 05 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 205 10928 LEC 0312 06 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 213 10929 LEC 0312 07 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 205 11063 LEC 0312 08 PRE-ALGEBRA MMED 213 11064 LEC 0312 09 PRE-ALGEBRA SSC 107 11180 LAB 0312 26 PRE-ALGEBRA MUS 107 11181 LAB 0312 27 PRE-ALGEBRA MUS 107 10933 LEC 0312 50 PRE-ALGEBRA SSC 107 10934 LEC 0313 01 INTRO ALGEBRA SSC 107 10935 LEC 0313 02 INTRO ALGEBRA MMED 213 10936 LEC 0313 03 INTRO ALGEBRA MMED 221 10937 LEC 0313 25 INTRO ALGEBRA SSC 107 10938 LEC 0313 04 INTRO ALGEBRA MMED 221 10939 LEC 0313 05 INTRO ALGEBRA SSC 107 10940 LEC 0313 06 INTRO ALGEBRA MMED 205 10941 LEC 0313 07 INTRO ALGEBRA MMED 213 11182 LEC 0313 08 INTRO ALGEBRA MMED 221 10942 LEC 0313 50 INTRO ALGEBRA SSC 107 11183 LEC 0332 01 INTERMED ALGEBRA SSC 107 10945 LEC 0332 02 INTERMED ALGEBRA MMED 213 10946 LEC 0332 03 INTERMED ALGEBRA MMED 221 11184 LEC 0332 04 INTERMED ALGEBRA MMED 221 10949 LEC 0332 05 INTERMED ALGEBRA MMED 221 10948 LEC 0332 20 INTERMED ALGEBRA SSC 107 10951 LEC 0332 50 INTERMED ALGEBRA SSC 107 10952 LEC 0332 73 INTERMED ALGEBRA 10140 LEC 1314 01 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MMED 209 10141 LEC 1314 02 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MMED 209 10142 LEC 1314 03 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MMED 209 10143 LEC 1314 04 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MMED 209 10144 LEC 1314 05 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MMED 209 10993 LEC 1314 06 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MMED 209 11019 LEC 1314 73 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 11164 LEC 1316 01 TRIGONOMETRY MMED 209 10659 LEC 1325 01 ELEM ANLYTCL BUS APPL EDUC 106 10660 LEC 1332 01 COLLEGE MATH I EDUC 106 10662 LEC 1350 01 FUND MATH I MMED 209

KNOWLES J STEELE S KNOWLES J JONES K STAFF STAFF KNOWLES J STAFF STAFF STAFF STEELE S STEELE S STAFF STAFF KNOWLES J STEELE S JONES K STEELE S STAFF STAFF KNOWLES J STAFF STAFF JONES K KNOWLES J STEELE S STEELE S STEELE S JONES K STAFF JONES K ASKEW M ASKEW M ASKEW M ASKEW M GREGORY S PATE M ASKEW M ASKEW M GREGORY S PATE M ASKEW M

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MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE (continued)

(DRAM) Drama 11114 LEC 1352 01 ACTING II STG MVMNT PAC 132 COCKRELL C PAC 132 COCKRELL C

(PHYS) Physics 10750 LEC 10751 LAB 10752 LAB 11168 LEC 10756 LEC

1405 1405 1405 1415 1417

01 02 03 73 73

CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS MMED 135 CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS MMED 225 CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS MMED 225 PHYSICAL SCIENCE PHYSICAL SCIENCE II

BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD

O O O O O

TR 1100-1215PM T 0100-0350PM R 0100-0350PM ONLINE COURSE ONLINE COURSE

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1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1300 1300 1300 1300 2301 2301 2301 2301 2314 2314 2314 2317

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CLARK J M 1000-1050AM CLARK J M 1100-1150AM CLARK J T 0930-1020AM CLARK J W 0900-0950AM CLARK J W 1200-1250PM CLARK J W 0100-0150PM CLARK J M 0530-0620PM * CLARK J ONLINE COURSE CLARK J TR 1100-1215PM CLARK J TR 1230-0145PM CLARK J MW 0630-0745PM * CLARK J ONLINE COURSE BARBAY C MWF 0900-0950AM CARONA K TR 0800-0915AM BARBAY C MW 1200-0115PM BARBAY C ONLINE COURSE CARONA K MWF 0800-0850AM BARBAY C TR 1100-1215PM BARBAY C ONLINE COURSE CARONA K M 0500-0745PM *

(SOCI) Sociology 10782 LEC 1301 73 INTRO SOCIOLOGY

BROWN L ONLINE COURSE

HEALTH, FITNESS, AND SPORTS (KINE) Kinesiology 11240 LEC 1301 73 INTRO PHYS FIT/SPRT 10710 LEC 1321 01 TRAD GAMES/SPORTS PMPC 202 PMPC 202 10740 LEC 2356 01 CRE/PRVNT ATH INJ PMPC 202

STAFF ONLINE COURSE KISH C TR 1100-1125AM KISH C TR 1126-1215PM BECK C TR 0930-1045AM

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FITNESS FOR LIFE FITNESS FOR LIFE FITNESS FOR LIFE FITNESS FOR LIFE SEAHAWK DANCE BASKETBALL IV SOFTBALL IV

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BROUSSARD J ROWE M BROUSSARD J GOODMAN C BROUSSARD J KISH C ROWE M

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LIBERAL ARTS (ARTS) Art 10001 LEC 1301 01 ART APPRECIATION 10002 LEC 1301 02 ART APPRECIATION 10003 LEC 1301 03 ART APPRECIATION 10006 LEC 1301 04 ART APPRECIATION 10516 LEC 1301 05 ART APPRECIATION 10007 LEC 1301 06 ART APPRECIATION 10896 LEC 1301 07 ART APPRECIATION 10897 LEC 1301 08 ART APPRECIATION 10009 LEC 1301 50 ART APPRECIATION 10667 LEC 1301 73 ART APPRECIATION 10631 LEC 1304 01 ART HISTORY II 10011 LEC 1311 01 DESIGN I (2D) 10012 LEC 1316 01 DRAWING I 10013 LEC 1317 01 DRAWING II 10014 LEC 2316 01 PAINTING I 10985 LEC 2317 01 PAINTING II 10016 LEC 2323 01 LIFE DRAWING I

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BASIC READING SKILLS SSC 105 BASIC READING SKILLS SSC 105 BASIC READING SKILLS SSC 107 BASIC READING SKILLS SSC 105 BASIC READING SKILLS MM 203 BASIC READING SKILLS MUS 107 CLG READING SKILLS SSC 105 CLG READING SKILLS SSC 105 CLG READING SKILLS SSC 107 CLG READING SKILLS SSC 105 DEVEL WRITING I SSC 203 DEVEL WRITING I MMED 143 DEVEL WRITING I SSC 105 DEVEL WRITING I SSC 107 DEVEL WRITING I MMED 203 DEVEL WRITING I SSC 105 DEVEL WRITING I MUS 107 DEVEL WRITING II MMED 149 DEVEL WRITING II MMED 111 DEVEL WRITING II SSC 105 DEVEL WRITING II SSC 105 DEVEL WRITING II SSC 105 INT READING/WRITING SSC 105 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 145 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 111 ENGL COMPOSITION MMED 101 ENGL COMPOSITION MSTRWRKS BRIT LIT MSTRWRKS AMER LIT MMED 135 MSTRWRKS WORLD LIT MMED 205 FORMS OF LIT PAC 148

BROOKS C STAFF BROOKS C STAFF STAFF STEELE S BROOKS C BROOKS C BROOKS C STAFF BROOKS C BELYEU J BELYEU J STAFF STAFF STAFF STEELE S BELYEU J BELYEU J BELYEU J BELYEU J STAFF STAFF LOWE Z BYRD S BYRD S BYRD S JUDICE M JUDICE M JAMES C JAMES C JAMES C LOWE Z LOWE Z JUDICE M JUDICE M JAMES C JUDICE M BYRD S JAMES C JAMES C LOWE Z PLACETTE A LOWE Z LOWE Z GONGRE C BYRD S JUDICE M

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FEDERAL GOV PAC 136 FEDERAL GOV PAC 136 FEDERAL GOV PAC 136 FEDERAL GOV TEXAS GOV PAC 136 TEXAS GOV PAC 136 TEXAS GOV PAC 136 TEXAS GOV PAC 136 TEXAS GOV PAC 136 TEXAS GOV PAC 136 TEXAS GOV

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(HIST) History 10053 LEC 10054 LEC 10915 LEC 10055 LEC 10056 LEC 10057 LEC 10058 LEC 10059 LEC 10060 LEC 10062 LEC 11126 LEC 10064 LEC

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AMERICAN HIST 1302 PAC 134 US HISTORY 1763-1877 PAC 134 US HISTORY 1763-1877 PAC 134 US HISTORY 1763-1877 US HIST SINCE 1877 PAC 132 US HIST SINCE 1877 PAC 134 US HIST SINCE 1877 PAC 132 US HIST SINCE 1877 PAC 134 US HIST SINCE 1877 PAC 134 US HIST SINCE 1877 PAC 134 US HIST SINCE 1877 PAC 134 US HIST SINCE 1877

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HEALTH, FITNESS, AND SPORTS (continued) (PHIL) Philosophy 10065 LEC 1301 01 INTRO PHILOSOPHY RF 106 BERTIN D TR 0800-0915AM 11129 LEC 1301 50 INTRO PHILOSOPHY PAC 136 BERTIN D T 0630-0915PM * 10066 LEC 1301 73 INTRO PHILOSOPHY LINDLEY N ONLINE COURSE

(SPCH) Speech 10067 LEC 10918 LEC 10069 LEC 10070 LEC 10071 LEC 10072 LEC 10073 LEC 10919 LEC 10077 LEC

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MUSIC (MUSB) Music

11014 LEC 1305 01 SURVEY MUSIC BUS PAC 120 WALZER D TR 1100-1215PM 10735 LEC 2345 73 LIVE MUS & TLNT MNGT FREYERMUTH J ONLINE COURSE

(MUSC) Music 10415 LAB 1196 01 ST: REC ARTS TECH PAC 135 10411 LEC 1211 01 SIGHT SING/EAR TRNG PAC 120 PAC 120 10436 LEC 1213 01 COMM MUSIC THEORY I PAC 120 PAC 120 10414 LEC 1331 01 MUS INST DIG (MIDI) PAC 120 PAC 120 10621 LEC 1423 01 AUDIO ELECTRONICS MUS 107 MUS 107 10412 LEC 1427 01 AUDIO ENGR I PAC 135 PAC 135 10416 LEC 2330 01 COM MUS ARNG/COMP PAC 120 PAC 120 11243 LEC 2403 50 LIVE SOUND II MUS 107 MUS 107 10413 LEC 2427 01 AUDIO ENGR II PAC 135 PAC 135 10404 LEC 2448 01 AUDIO ENG IV PAC 135 PAC 135 10711 LEC 1235 73 MUS SFTWRE (FINALE)

WALLACE J 1000-1050AM RICHARDSON C MW 0900-0950AM RICHARDSON C F 0900-0950AM VERCHER B MW 0800-0850AM VERCHER B F 0800-0850AM WALLACE J TR 0900-1015AM WALLACE J TR 1016-1046AM FREYERMUTH J TR 1100-1215PM FREYERMUTH J TR 1216-0146PM WALLACE J MWF 0100-0150PM WALLACE J MWF 0151-0251PM RICHARDSON C TR 1230-0145PM RICHARDSON C F 1230-0130PM FREYERMUTH J TR 0400-0515PM * FREYERMUTH J TR 0516-0646PM * WALLACE J TR 1100-1215PM WALLACE J TR 1216-0131PM FREYERMUTH J MWF 1100-1150AM FREYERMUTH J MWF 1151-1251PM HORNE A ONLINE COURSE

10728 LEC 1227 01 APPL COM MUS:VOICE 11011 LEC 1227 02 APPL COM MUS:VOICE 10730 LEC 1227 03 APPL COM MUS:VOICE 10731 LEC 1227 04 APPL COM MUS:VOICE 10732 LEC 1227 05 APPL COM MUS:VOICE 10733 LEC 1227 06 APPL COM MUS:VOICE 10734 LEC 1227 07 APPL COM MUS:VOICE 10716 LEC 1242 01 SM COMM MUSIC ENS 11253 LEC 1242 02 SM COMM MUSIC ENS 10739 LAB 2103 01 COMM MUSIC-PIANO 11137 LAB 2106 50 COMM VOC ENS GENL

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA MUS 107 MUS 107 MUS 107 MUS 107 MUS 107 MUS 107 MUS 107 MUS 107 PAC 122 TBA TBA

LEGER J TBA LEGER J TBA LEGER J TBA LEGER J TBA LEGER J TBA LEGER J TBA LEGER J TBA GILLAM R M GILLAM R M GILLAM R R GILLAM R F RICHARDSON C T RICHARDSON C T RICHARDSON C R RICHARDSON C F GILLAM R TR LEGER J M

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ALLIED HEALTH

(SRGT) Surgical Technology CLIN 1461 01 CLINICAL-SURG TECH LEC 1541 01 SURGICAL PROC I LAB 1541 02 SURGICAL PROC I

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LEC 1227 01 ESSENTIAL MED ADMN AH 120 DAVIS E W 1200-0200PM CLIN 1261 01 CLIN (LPN TRAINING) AH 108 GUIDRY E MT 0630-1130AM AH 108 GUIDRY E MT 1200-0300PM CLIN 1261 02 CLIN (LPN TRAINING) AH 103 BROWN C MT 0630-1130AM (MUSI) Music AH 103 BROWN C MT 1200-0300PM CLIN 1261 04 CLIN (LPN TRAINING) AHA 107 BROWN G MT 0630-1130AM 10465 LEC 1181 01 PIANO CLASS INST I PAC 122 GILLAM R MW 1000-1050AM AHA 107 BROWN G MT 1200-0300PM PAC 122 GILLAM R F 1000-1050AM CLIN 1261 03 CLIN (LPN TRAINING) AH 122 WOODS T MT 0630-1130AM 10738 LEC 1182 01 PIANO CLASS INST II PAC 122 GILLAM R MW 0900-0950AM AH 122 WOODS T MT 1200-0300PM PAC 122 GILLAM R F 0900-0950AM LEC 1304 01 FNDATIONS OF NRSNG AH 120 BROWN C F 0800-1100AM 11131 LAB 1183 01 VOICE CLASS I TBA TBA LEGER J TBA LEC 1331 01 PHARMACOLOGY AH 120 DAVIS E W 0800-1100AM 11132 LAB 1183 02 VOICE CLASS I TBA TBA LEGER J TBA LEC 1334 01 PEDIATRICS AH 120 HUMPHRIES E T 0800-1100AM 11133 LAB 1183 03 VOICE CLASS I TBA TBA LEGER J TBA CLIN 1462 01 CLIN LVN TRNG AH 108 HUMPHRIES E WRF 0630-1130AM 11134 LAB 1184 01 VOICE CLASS INST II TBA TBA LEGER J TBA AH 108 HUMPHRIES E WRF 1200-0300PM 11135 LAB 1184 02 VOICE CLASS INST II TBA TBA LEGER J TBA CLIN 1462 02 CLIN LVN TRNG AH 103 SMITH L WRF 0630-1130AM 11136 LAB 1184 03 VOICE CLASS INST II TBA TBA LEGER J TBA AH 103 SMITH L WRF 1200-0300PM 10463 LEC 1301 01 MUSIC FUND PAC 118 GILLAM R TR 0800-0915AM CLIN 1462 03 CLIN LVN TRNG AHA 107 LAGRONE T WRF 0630-1130AM 10426 LEC 1310 01 AMER POP MUSIC MUS 107 FREYERMUTH J TR 0930-1045AM AHA 107 LAGRONE T WRF 1200-0300PM FREYERMUTH J ONLINE COURSE 11244 LEC 1310 73 AMER POP MUSIC CLIN 1462 04 CLIN LVN TRNG AH 122 STAFF WRF 0630-1130AM AH 122 STAFF WRF 1200-0300PM (MUSP) Commerical Music LEC 1500 01 NURS HLTH/ILLNESS I AH 120 GUIDRY E R 0800-1120AM LAB 1500 02 NURS HLTH/ILLNESS I AH 120 GUIDRY E R F 1200-0200PM 11254 LAB 1148 50 SM COMM MUS IMPROV PAC 118 RICHARDSON C MW 0400-0530PM * LEC 1509 01 NURS HLTH/ILLNESS II AH 120 SMITH L M 0800-1120AM 10407 LEC 1204 01 BASS GUITAR TBA TBA RICHARDSON C TBA LAB 1509 02 NURS HLTH/ILLNESS II AH 120 SMITH L MT 1200-0130PM RICHARDSON C TBA 10408 LEC 1204 02 BASS GUITAR TBA TBA 10409 LEC 1204 03 BASS GUITAR TBA TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 11013 LEC 1204 04 BASS GUITAR TBA TBA RICHARDSON C TBA (RNSG) Registered Nursing 10721 LEC 1205 01 GUITAR TBA TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 11195 LEC 1300 73 HEALTH ASSESSMENT LIFESPAN MACNEILL S ONLINE COURSE 10722 LEC 1205 02 GUITAR TBA TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 11196 LAB 1300 74 LABORATORY MACNEILL S ONLINE LAB 10723 LEC 1205 03 GUITAR TBA TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 11198 LEC 1300 75 HEALTH ASSESSMENT LIFESPAN MACNEILL S ONLINE COURSE 10724 LEC 1205 04 GUITAR TBA TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 11199 LAB 1300 76 LABORATORY MACNEILL S ONLINE LAB 11059 LEC 1210 01 PIANO TBA TBA GILLAM R TBA 11197 LEC 1311 73 NURS PATHOPHYSIOLOGY STAFF ONLINE COURSE 11060 LEC 1210 02 PIANO TBA TBA GILLAM R TBA 11200 LEC 1311 74 NURS PATHOPHYSIOLOGY STAFF ONLINE COURSE 11061 LEC 1210 03 PIANO TBA TBA GILLAM R TBA 11062 LEC 1210 04 PIANO TBA TBA GILLAM R TBA RNSG 1300 73 & 74 / RNSG 1311 73 will run January 13-March 7 10717 LEC 1217 01 APPL COM MUS: PERC TBA TBA MCQUEEN W TBA RNSG 1300 75 & 76 / RNSG 1311 74 will run March 17-May 9 10718 LEC 1217 02 APPL COM MUS: PERC TBA TBA MCQUEEN W TBA 10719 LEC 1217 03 APPL COM MUS: PERC TBA TBA MCQUEEN W TBA 11012 LEC 1217 04 APPL COM MUS: PERC TBA TBA MCQUEEN W TBA * Designates evening courses 11130 LEC 1217 05 APPL COM MUS: PERC TBA TBA MCQUEEN W TBA

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10828 LEC 2331 01 GEN HLTH PROF MNGT MMED 143 MMED 143

(NURA) Nurse Assist/Aide CLIN 1160 03 CLIN-NURSE ASST/AIDE RF CLIN 1160 04 CLIN-NURSE ASST/AIDE RF CLIN 1160 05 CLIN-NURSE ASST/AIDE RF CLIN 1160 06 CLIN-NURSE ASST/AIDE RF LEC 1301 01 NRS AIDE HLTHCR ORG I RF LAB 1301 02 NRS AIDE HLTHCR ORG I RF LAB 1301 03 NRS AIDE HLTHCR ORG I RF LAB 1301 04 NRS AIDE HLTHCR ORG I RF LAB 1301 05 NRS AIDE HLTHCR ORG I RF LAB 1301 06 NRS AIDE HLTHCR ORG I RF

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It is mandatory for students in Allied Health programs to complete the Hepatitis B vaccine before attending clinical. The Hepatitis B vaccine is a series of three shots given over a six month period. Students in Allied Health programs are required to have a criminal back-ground check before attending clinical. The student must use the agency designated by the Lamar State College-Port Arthur Allied Health Department to do his/her criminal background check.

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY (ACCT) Accounting 10678 LEC 2301 01 PRIN ACCOUNTING I MMED 135 10089 LEC 2302 01 PRIN ACCOUNTING II MMED 135 10870 LEC 2302 73 PRIN ACCOUNTING II

WARNER H MWF 0900-0950AM WARNER H MWF 1000-1050AM WARNER H ONLINE COURSE

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(ARTC) Commercial/Graphic Desing 11216 LEC 1313 01 DIGITAL PUBLISHING I MMED 150

(BUSI) Business 10449 LEC 1301 01 BUSINESS PRINCIPLES MMED 145 10450 LEC 1301 73 BUSINESS PRINCIPLES

(HRPO) Human Resources Personnel 10197 LEC 1191 01 ST: HR MANAGMENT 10198 LEC 1191 02 ST: HR MANAGMENT 11218 LEC 1191 03 ST: HR MANAGMENT 11219 LEC 1191 50 ST: HR MANAGMENT 11237 LEC 1311 01 HUMAN RELATIONS 10201 LEC 1311 50 HUMAN RELATIONS

11228 LAB 1349 50 COMP NTWRKNG TECH COSA 110 11227 LEC 1349 71 LABORATORY

STAFF MW 1200-0115PM STAFF ONLINE COURSE

PRIN PRIN PRIN PRIN PRIN

ECON-MACRO PMPC 204 ECON-MACRO ECON-MICRO PMPC 204 ECON-MICRO PMPC 204 ECON-MICRO

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MWF 0900-0950AM ONLINE COURSE MWF 1000-1050AM MWF 0800-0850AM ONLINE COURSE

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11233 LEC 2321 01 OBJ-ORIENTED PROG MMED 150 MMED 150 11101 INT 2386 01 INTERNSHIP:PROG

M 0100-0330PM MWF 0900-0950AM ONLINE LAB A MWF 1000-1050AM A MW 1051-1150AM A TR 0930-1045AM A TR 1046-1145AM MW 1200-0115PM MW 0116-0215PM M 0500-0730PM * ONLINE LAB A ONLINE COURSE A ONLINE COURSE P TBA TBA

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0800-0915AM 0530-0800PM * ONLINE LAB 0530-0800PM * ONLINE LAB 0530-0830PM * ONLINE LAB

ITNW 1308 runs January 13-March 7 ITNW 1354 runs March 17-May 9 ITNW 2312 runs March 17-May 9

GUILLOT S ONLINE COURSE CHAMPAGNE A ONLINE COURSE CHAMPAGNE A TR 1100-1215PM CHAMPAGNE A ONLINE COURSE GUILLOT S ONLINE COURSE

10704 LEC 1301 73 INTRO WORD PROC CAMMACK N 11234 LEC 1307 01 INTRO DATABASE MMED 150 MILLS Z MMED 150 MILLS Z 10191 LEC 2337 01 ADV DATABASE MMED 149 STAFF MMED 149 STAFF

ONLINE COURSE TR 1200-0115PM TR 0116-0145PM MW 1200-0115PM MW 0116-0145PM

(LGLA) Paralegal 10203 LEC 1307 01 INTRO LAW/LGL PROF PAC 132 10585 LEC 1345 01 CIVIL LITIGATION PMPC 204 10696 LEC 1355 50 FAMILY LAW MMED 145 10697 LEC 2305 50 INTRVWNG/INVSTGTNG MMED 145 10209 INT 2388 01 PARA/LEGAL ASST INT 10698 LEC 2433 01 ADV LGL DOC PREPAR MMED 149 MMED 149

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(ACNT) Accounting Technology 10885 LEC 1303 01 INTRO ACCOUNTING I MMED 10886 LEC 1311 01 INTRO TO COMP ACTG MMED MMED 11207 LEC 1347 01 FED INCM TAX PRT/CRP MMED

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(POFI) Professional Office Information 10223 LEC 1349 01 SPREADSHEETS MMED 143 MMED 143 10883 LEC 2350 01 DATABASES MMED 141 10884 LAB 2350 71 LABORATORY

HOFFPAUIR HOFFPAUIR HOFFPAUIR HOFFPAUIR

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(POFM) Professional Office Medical 10890 LEC 1302 10891 LAB 1302 10892 LEC 2333 11223 LEC 2310 10212 INT 2386

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MED SOFTWARE APPL MMED 143 LABORATORY MEDICAL DOC PROD INTER MED CODING MMED 143 INT-MED OFC ASST/SEC

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ADMIN OFFICE PROC I MMED 149 BUSINESS MATH MMED 141 BEGIN KEYBOARDING MMED 141 INTER KEYBOARDING MMED 141 LABORATORY BUSI CORRES/COMM MMED 141 INT-ADM ASST/SEC SCI ADMINISTRATIVE SYS

GRANGER P TR 1230-0145PM STAFF MWF 0800-0850AM HOFFPAUIR J MWF 0900-0950AM HOFFPAUIR J MWF 1000-1050AM HOFFPAUIR J ONLINE LAB GRANGER P TR 1100-1215PM GRANGER P TBA TBA GRANGER P ONLINE COURSE

(AUMT) Automotive Technology 10163 LEC 1319 01 AUTO ENGINE REPAIR PTAC 104 AUTM 101 11112 LEC 1345 01 AUTO HEAT/A/C PTAC 104 AUTM 101 11111 LEC 2317 01 ENGINE PERFORM I PTAC 104 AUTM 101 11247 LAB 2328 01 AUTO SVC (CAPSTONE) AUTM 101

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0800-0850AM 0855-0955AM 0200-0315PM 0330-0445PM 1200-0115PM 0120-0220PM 0230-0345PM 0350-0450PM 1030-1145AM 1150-1250PM

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0730-0920AM 0930-1130AM 1200-0430PM 0930-1130AM 0730-1000AM 1001-1131AM 1200-0430PM 0230-0430PM 0730-1000AM 1001-1131AM 1200-0430PM 0205-0435PM 0730-1000AM 1001-1131AM 1200-0430PM 1225-0225PM 0730-0920AM 0730-1130AM 0730-0920AM 0930-1130AM 1200-0200PM 0730-0920AM 0930-1130AM 1200-0430PM 0730-0900AM 0730-1000AM 1001-1131AM 1200-0430PM 0905-1105AM 0730-1000AM 1015-1130AM 1200-0345PM 0730-1000AM 1015-1130AM 1200-0345PM

(CSME) Cosmetology 10246 LEC 1410 01 INTR HAIR CTNG/THRY COS 102 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE 10244 LEC 1501 01 ORIEN TO COSM COS 102 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE 10252 LEC 1547 01 PRINCIPLE SKIN CARE COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A 10248 LEC 1553 01 CHEM REFORMATION COS 102 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE COS 113 LEJEUNE 10250 LEC 2202 01 INTRO APPL HR CLR COS 102 LEJEUNE COS 102 LEJEUNE 10258 LEC 2343 01 SALON DEVELOPMENT COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A 10254 LEC 2410 01 ADV HAIRCUT THEORY COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A 10256 LEC 2501 01 PRIN HAIR COLOR COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A COS 101 SMITH A 11105 LEC 2514 01 COSMETOLOGY INST II COS 115 STAFF COS 115 STAFF COS 115 STAFF 11248 LEC 2515 01 COSMETOLOGY INST III COS 115 STAFF COS 115 STAFF COS 115 STAFF

S S S S S S S S

S S S S S S

* Designates evening courses

(INTC) Instrumentation Technology 10192 LEC 1341 01 PRIN AUTO CONTROL INTC INTC 10193 LEC 1455 01 UNIT OPERATIONS INTC INTC 10196 LEC 2336 01 DIST CNTRL/PROG LOG INTC INTC

10237 LEC 1302 01 INTRO PROC TECH 10238 LEC 1308 01 SFTY, HLTH ENVIRON I 10239 LEC 2314 01 PRIN OF QUALITY 10243 LEC 2436 01 PROCESS INST II 10241 LEC 2438 01 PROC TECH III-OP 10242 LEC 2446 01 PROC TRBLSHOOTING

132 135 132 135 132 135

ANDRESS ANDRESS ANDRESS ANDRESS ANDRESS ANDRESS

W W W W W W

TR TR MW MW TR TR

1030-1120AM 1125-1255PM 1030-1145AM 1155-1255PM 0130-0220PM 0225-0355PM

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Academic Partnership Courses Spring 2014 These courses are NOT for LSCPA students. They are specifically for Academic Partnership students ONLY. The courses listed below are only eligible for AP online students. ALL other LSCPA students will find online and on-campus courses listed in pages 27-33. Session I

January 13-March 7

11208 11113 11138 11210 11151 11155 11213 11160 11119 11121 10905 10845 11127 11242 11185 11162 11166 11245 11169 11173 11175 11176 11178

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

ACCT 2301 Prin Accounting I ARTS 1301 Art Appreciation BCIS 1305 Business Computer Appl BUSI 1301 Business Principles CRIJ 1301 Intro Criminal Justice CRIJ 1310 Fundamentals Criminal Law ECON 2301 Prin Economics - Macro EDUC 1301 Intro Teaching Prof ENGL 1301 English Composition ENGL 1302 English Composition GOVT 2305 Federal Government HECO 1322 Principles Nutrition HIST 1301 US History 1763-1877 KINE 1304 Health/Wellness MATH 0332 Intermediate Algebra MATH 1314 College Algebra MATH 1332 College Math I MUSI 1310 American Popular Music PHYS 1415 Physical Science PSYC 1100 Learning Framework PSYC 1300 Learning Framework PSYC 2301 General Psychology PSYC 2314 Lifespan Human Growth/Dev

Warner H Faggard A Cammack Cammack N STAFF STAFF Bryant J STAFF James C Lowe Z Woodford D Woodard A Wilbur C Broussard J Jones K STAFF STAFF Gillam R STAFF Clark J Clark J Barbay C Barbay C

11209 11139 11211 11152 11158 11214 11161 11120 11122 11123 11125 10455 11128 11241 11186 11163 11165 11167 11246 11170 11177 11179

30 31 31 31 31 30 30 31 31 30 30 31 31 30 31 31 30 30 31 30 31 30

ACCT 2302 Prin Accounting II BCIS 1305 Business Computer Appl BUSI 1301 Business Principles CRIJ 1301 Intro Criminal Justice CRIJ 2323 Legal Aspects Law Enforce ECON 2302 Prin Economics - Micro EDUC 2301 Intro Spec Populations ENGL 1301 English Composition ENGL 1302 English Composition ENGL 2331 Masterworks World Lit GOVT 2306 Texas Government HECO 1322 Principles Nutrition HIST 1302 US Hist Since 1877 KINE 1301 Intro Physical Fitness/Sport MATH 0332 Intermediate Algebra MATH 1314 College Algebra MATH 1325 Elem Analytical Bus Appl MATH 1350 Fundamentals Math I MUSI 1310 American Popular Music PHYS 1417 Physical Science II PSYC 2301 General Psychology SOCI 1301 Intro Sociology

Warner H Cammack J Cammack N STAFF STAFF Bryant J STAFF James C Placette A Lowe Z Woodford D Woodard A Wilbur C Kish C Jones K STAFF STAFF STAFF Walzer D STAFF STAFF Brown

Session II March 17-May 9

16 Week January 13-May 07

10921 30 SPCH 1315 Public Speaking •

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all students must have the ability to video their speeches with a webcam or phone video that supports one the following video file types:  avi, flv, mov, mpeg, mpg, mp4, mv4, qt (quicktime), wmv, 3gp. They will also need a Skype account and use either Internet Explorer or Firefox as the browser to access the lab site. Quicktime is a program needed to view and hear lectures.

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Spring 2014 Online Courses Courses taught over the Internet provide an avenue for students to attain college credit outside the traditional classroom. A web-based course provides an interactive connection between students and teacher. Students have access to the course through the Internet from a computer at home or at work -- any time, day or night. Using the Internet, students receive instructional materials and interact with the teacher, who guides them through the course, monitors their progress and advises them as necessary. Online courses present effective and flexible educational opportunities for busy students and professionals outside the traditional classroom, and give students enormous flexibility in scheduling. Instead of going to class at regularly-scheduled times, students have access to course materials and the instructor from remote locations, including their own homes, at times convenient to their individual schedules. Interested students must be aware, however, that the flexibility offered by the course shifts a great deal of responsibility to the student. This lack of a rigid class schedule may seem very appealing because it allows students to set their own schedule. It requires much self-discipline, however, and many students discover that they need a more traditionally-structured learning environment. Should I Enroll in an On-Line Course? Before you sign up for a distance education course, ask yourself if the following descriptions apply to you:

• Self-Starter – No one has to tell me when to do my schoolwork • Motivated – I feel a strong desire to accomplish whatever I put my mind to • Organized – I’m a planner and can schedule things so most get done • Goal Oriented – I like to set goals for myself and follow through • Computer Friendly – I feel very comfortable using a computer and have very few problems • Assertive – If I need help, I’m not afraid to seek out answers • Good Writer – I can communicate well in writing • Good Reader – I can read with understanding and assimilate large amounts of information • Prepared – I have checked the catalog to make sure I have had the prerequisites for this course If most of these describe you, then you can probably succeed in and benefit from taking an online course. To meet the objectives of these courses, you must have the following: • Ready access to a computer • Internet access with email • Internet navigation skills • Basic computer skills • E-mail skills • File management skills • Course-Specific Software

The courses below require access to a computer with Windows XP or later and Microsoft Office 2003 or later. (ARTS) Art ARTS 1301-73 Art Appreciation Faggard, A. (ACCT) Accounting ACCT 2302-73 Principles of Accounting

Warner, H.

(BCIS) Business Computer Information BCIS 1305-74 Business Computer Applications

Ned, K.

(BIOL) Biology BIOL 2401-73 BIOL 2401-74 BIOL 2402-73 BIOL 2420-73

Longlet, N. Longlet, N. Longlet, N. Jordan, P.

Anatomy & Physiology I (lec&lab) Anatomy & Physiology (lab only) Anatomy & Physiology II (lec & lab) Intro Microbiology (lec & lab)

(BUSI) Business BUSI 1301-73 Business Principles Staff

(CHEM) Chemistry CHEM 1405-73 Intro to Chemistry CHEM 1406-73 Chemistry to Allied Health CHEM 1407-73 Intro to Chemistry

Son-Guidry, K. Son-Guidry, K. Staff

(CRIJ) Criminal Justice CRIJ 1301-73 Intro to Criminal Justice

Cowle, K.

(ECON) Economics ECON 2301-73 Principles of Economics (Macro) ECON 2302-73 Principles of Economics (Micro)

Bryant, J. Bryant, J.

(ENGL) English ENGL 1301-73 ENGL 1302-73 ENGL 2321-73

Lowe, Z. Lowe, Z. Lowe, Z.

English Composition English Composition Masterworks British Literature

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(GOVT) Government GOVT 2305-73 American Government GOVT 2306-73 Texas Government

Capeles, T. Lindley, N.

(HECO) Home Economics HECO 1322-73 Principles of Nutrition

Woodard, A.

(HIST) History HIST 1301-73 HIST 1302-73

Wilbur, C. Wilbur, C.

US History 1763-1877 US History 1877-Present

(KINE) Physical Fitness KINE 1301-73 Intro Physical Fitness/Sports

Staff

(MATH) Mathematics MATH 1314-73 College Algebra Askew, M. (MUSI) Music MUSI 1310-73

(HITT) Health Information Technology HITT 1301-73 Health Data Content & Structure Guillot, S. HITT 1303-73 Medical Terminology II Champagne, A. HITT 1305-73 Medical Terminology Champagne, A. HITT 1313-73 Insurance Coding Guillot, S. (ITSW) Information Technology Network ITSW 1301-73 Intro to Word Processing

Cammack, N.

(MUSB) Music MUSB 2345-73

Freyermutch, J.

Live Music and Talent Mgmt

(MUSC) Music MUSC 1235-73 Com Music Software (Finale)

Horne, A.

(MDCA) Medical MDCA 1205-73 Medical Law/Ethics

Granger, P.

Freyermuth, J.

(PHIL) Philosophy PHIL 1301-73 Intro to Philosophy

(POFM) Professional Office Medical POFM 2333-73 Medical Document Production

Granger, P.

Lindley, N.

(PHYS) Physics PHYS 1415-73 PHYS 1417-73

(POFT) Professional Office Technology POFT 2331-73 Administrative Systems

Granger, P.

Byrd, O. Byrd, O.

(RNSG) Registered Nursing RNSG 1300-73 Health Assessment (lec) MacNeill, S. RNSG 1300-74 Health Assessment (lab) MacNeill, S. RNSG 1311-73 Pathophysiology Staff RNSG 1300-75 Health Assessment (lec) MacNeill, S. RNSG 1300-76 Health Assessment (lab) MacNeill, S. RNSG 1311-74 Pathophysiology Staff

American Popular Music

Physical Science I Physical Science II

(PSYC) Psychology PSYC 1100-73 Learning Framework PSYC 1300-73 Learning Framework PSYC 2301-73 General Psychology PSYC 2314-73 Lifespan Growth & Development (SOCI) Sociology SOCI 1301-73 Intro Sociology

Clark, J. Clark, J. Barbay, C. Barbay, C.

(MATH) Mathematics MATH 0332-73 Intermediate Algebra (Developmental)

Brown, L.

The course below requires access to a computer with Office 2007 and Windows XP. (ITSC) Computer and Information Systems, General ITSC 1401 73 Introduction to Computers ITSC 1401 74 Introduction to Computers

Granger, D. Granger, D.

For a student to enroll in either of the above online courses the following criteria must be met: •

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Prospective students must have made an A or B in the previous course (MATH 0313) or have a COMPASS score in math of 42-49 TSI Assessment score in math of 344-349 on the essay portion.

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Jones, K.

SPRING 2014 SENIOR 55+ COURSES

The Senior 55+ Program has courses focused to serve our senior learners in the area of computers. Senior 55+ students are people who are 55 years of age or older, who would like to take a course or courses for personal enrichment or seeking to earn a certificate.

SPRING 2014 01/13/14 THRU 05/07/14 Digital Publishing ARTC 1313-15

COSA 110

GRANGER D

T

1:00- 3:30

Please Note: Effective with the Spring 2014 semester, tuition and fees for students age 65 and older shall be calculated as follows:

Designated Tuition Computer Use Fee Endowed Scholarship Fee Student ID Fee

$65.96 Per Semester Credit Hour $18.70 Per Semester Credit Hour $1 Per Semester Credit Hour $5 Per Student

For information about the Senior 55+ Program Computer Classes, please contact Karon Jackson @ (409) 984-6418 or 1-800-477-5872 Ext. 6418 or e-mail - karon.jackson@lamarpa.edu

SPRING 2014 FIT TO LIVE CLASSES January 13, 2014 thru May 7, 2014 These classes are designed to encourage students to practice a sound health maintenance program through regular physical activity. They are open to the general public. Enrollment is easy – simply go by the Business Office, at the corner of Procter and Stilwell, and complete a brief registration form. Or call the Cashier, at 984-6126, and register via telephone, using your credit card. The fee for each class is $100. The classes will be held at the Carl A. Parker Multipurpose Center.

Fitness for Life 7:00 a.m. - 7:50 a.m. • Monday, Wednesday and Friday

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ATTENTION: COURSE DROP LIMIT AFTER FALL 2007 Senate Bill 1231, Course Drop Limitation for Undergraduates Senate Bill (SB) 1231, passed by the 80th Texas Legislature: This bill provides that, except for several specific instances of good cause, undergraduate students enrolling as first-time freshmen at a public institution of higher education in fall 2007 or later will be limited to a total of six dropped courses during their entire undergraduate career. This bill affects all students at Texas public colleges and universities. Implementation: Institutional Responsibilities SB 1231 applies to courses dropped at public institutions of higher education in Texas, including community and technical colleges, health science centers that offer undergraduate programs, and universities. Courses with separate lecture and lab/discussion section components for which co-enrollment is required will be treated as a single course for purposes of the limitation. For further information, please contact an Admission Advisor.

NEW TSI ASSESSMENT TEXAS SUCCESS INITIATIVE

Effective Fall 2013, the State of Texas will allow only one assessment test to be used to determine a students' TSI status. Previously, LSCPA offered the COMPASS or ASSET tests through Student Success Center. The New TSI Assessment will replace these earlier assessments. Students whose TSI status was determined on an older test must have enrolled in college courses by August 26, 2013 or must plan to test again under the new assessment.

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NOW EFFECTIVE Lamar State College – Port Arthur Texas State University System Tobacco Free Policy

Lamar State College – Port Arthur, along with all eight of The Texas State University System Colleges and Universities, seeks to provide a safe, healthy, pleasant environment for its faculty, staff, students and visitors. Because there are no safe tobacco products, the logical action is to promote a campus that is tobacco free. To this end, the use of tobacco products

shall be prohibited in the Lamar State College – Port Arthur campus buildings, grounds, and college vehicles. The policy extends to faculty, staff, students, vendors, guests, and visitors. Note, this policy applies to ALL Texas State University System Colleges and Universities. Tobacco use and secondhand smoke have been identified by the Surgeon General to be the cause of

preventable diseases. Lamar State College – Port Arthur encourages students, faculty and staff to support and use tobacco cessation programs. In order to support the health and welfare of visitors of all ages, Lamar State College – Port Arthur will be free of tobacco use and second-hand smoke.

POLICY A. Effective June 1, 2012, the use of tobacco products (including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smokeless tobacco, and any other items containing or reasonably resembling tobacco or tobacco products) by students, faculty, staff, and visitors are prohibited on all Lamar State College – Port Arthur properties.

4. The College premises for this purpose, includes any property in use by the College, property leased or owned (including all grounds, buildings, facilities, vehicles, parking lots), property used for official functions sponsored by the College; and property used by the College in the conduct of any of its courses.

B. The use of tobacco products (including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smokeless tobacco, and any other items containing or reasonably resembling tobacco or tobacco products) is prohibited:

C. The College prohibits the campus-controlled advertising, sale, or free sampling of tobacco products on campus.

1. In all interior spaces of all Lamar State College – Port Arthur properties; 2. On all outside property or grounds of the Lamar State College – Port Arthur campus including parking lots, partially enclosed areas such as walkways, breezeways, and garages; 3. In Lamar State College – Port Arthur vehicles, including all vehicles leased for the purpose of transporting individuals on College business.

D. Littering the campus with remains of tobacco products or any other disposable product is prohibited. E. Organizers and attendees at public events, such as conferences, meetings, public lectures, social events, cultural events and sporting events using Lamar State College – Port Arthur facilities will be required to abide by the tobacco-free policy and procedure. Organizers of such events are responsible for communicating the policy to attendees and for enforcing this policy. F. Campus organizations are prohibited from accepting money or gifts from tobacco companies.

COMPLIANCE Adherence to the policy cited above is the responsibility of all LSCPA students, faculty, staff, and visitors. It is expected that all students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus comply with this policy. Members of our campus community are empowered to respectfully inform others about the policy in an ongoing effort to enhance awareness and encourage a society of compliance. NOTE: Offenses shall be dealt with through established administrative/disciplinary policies and procedures.

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How to View Your Billing Statement Log-on to the new E-Bill system at www.my.lamarpa.edu: Once you are at the web site, follow these steps to log into the system: • • •

Enter your username & password. If you do not know it, follow the directions using “Find your User Name and Password”. Still a problem, call IT at 409-984-6150. Once logged on, select the tab called “My Services”. Next select “Student Services”. At the student services menu, locate a tab for “Personal Info” and a tab for “Student Records” which contain the navigation paths for E-Bill.

PERSONAL INFO MENU The “Update Payment Profile” menu item, allows you to set up new payment methods and edit or delete existing payment methods. The two types of payment methods allowed are Electronic checks (ACH) and Credit Card payments. •

ACH can be utilized for Refunds and Payments. The set-up will require the Check Routing number, Account number, and Cardholders name to process accurately. You will also be allowed to assign a Nickname to easily identify the account in the future (example “My Checking”). * IMPORTANT * Any account marked as the refund account MUST be in the Student’s name for the refund to process properly. Credit card set-up will require the Credit Card Number, Expiration Date, Security Code, Credit Card Type and Cardholders name. You will be able to assign a Nickname to easily identify the account in the future (example “My Visa”).

The “Add an Authorized User” menu item, provides the ability for your parents and other parties to access the E-Bill system in order to view bills and/or make payments. • •

You, the student, must log-in and Enter the E-mail address and indicate if he/ she can view the billing statement, view payment history or both. The authorized user will receive an E-mail with the password and Internet path to access E-Bill.

STUDENT ACCOUNT MENU The “Account Summary with Payment Option” menu item, provides every student the ability to view their balance due and the current payment activity by Term. • • •

“Current Account Status” is the Total Amount Due. Could include Multiple Terms. Click “View Current Activity” to view 12 months of billing history. Click “PAY” to make a payment. Select a payment method of ACH or Credit Card. If payment method is not defined, see previous steps under “Update Payment Profile”. Fill in dollar amount and Continue. Be sure to print the “Payment Confirmation” appearing next as this will be your only available receipt.

The “Set-Up Installment Plans” menu item, provides every student immediate access to set-up an Installment Plan. • • •

You must enter the Term and Installment plan in which you wish to apply. The system will calculate the minimum amount due at this time which is equal to 50% of your tuition plus 1/2 the Set-up fee of $10. This is due immediately in order to set-up the installment plan. The system will calculate 2 equal payments with fixed due dates at the time of sign-up. The system will also send you Email reminders several days before your installment is due.

The “Check on Refund Status” menu item, provides every student immediate access to view the status of an expected refund. The “View E-Bills” menu item, provides the functionality to view the last Six E-bills that were processed. Use the pull down menu to pick the E-Bill you would like to view. You will receive an Email every time a new E-Bill is generated. If you should need additional assistance or have any questions, contact the Cashier’s Office at (409) 984-6126 or come by the Business Office during normal business hours.

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FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE – SPRING 2014 16 WEEK SEMESTER DATE

EXAM TIME

Thursday, May 1

8:00 T/THU 8:30 T/THU 9:00 THU 11:00 T/THU 1:00 THU 2:00 T/THU 5:00 T/THU 5:00 THU 6:00 T/THU 6:30 THU

8:00 - 10:30 8:00 - 10:30 9:00 - 11:00 11:00 - 1:30 1:00 - 3:30 2:00 - 4:30 4:00 - 6:30 5:00 - 7:30 6:00 - 8:30 6:30 - 9:00

Friday, May 2

8:00 F 9:00 MWF or F 10:00 F 10:00 MWF 12:00 MWF or F 1:00 F

8:00 - 10:30 8:00 - 10:30 10:00 - 12:30 11:00 - 1:30 2:00 - 4:30 1:00 - 3:30

Monday, May 5

9:00 M or MW 11:00 MW or MWF 12:00 MW 12:30 MW or MWF 1:00 M or MW or MWF 2:00 MW 5:00 M 5:30 MW 6:30 M

9:00 - 11:30 10:00 - 12:30 1:00 - 3:30 12:30 - 3:00 1:00 - 3:30 2:00 - 4:30 5:00 - 7:30 5:30 - 8:00 6:30 - 9:00

Tuesday, May 6

9:00 T 9:30 T/THU 12:00 T 12:30 T/THU 1:00 T or T/THU 1:30 T/THU 5:00 T 5:30 T/THU 6:30 T or T/THU

9:00 - 11:30 8:00 - 10:30 12:00 - 2:30 11:00 - 1:30 1:00 - 3:30 1:30 - 4:00 5:00 - 7:30 5:30 - 8:00 6:30 - 9:00

8:00 MWF 9:00 W 10:00 W 1:00 W 1:30 MW 5:00 MW 5:00 W 5:30 W 6:00 MW 6:30 W or MW

8:00 - 10:30 9:00 - 11:00 10:00 - 12:30 1:00 - 3:30 1:30 - 4:00 4:00 - 6:30 5:00 - 7:30 5:30 - 8:00 6:00 - 8:30 6:30 - 9:00

Wednesday, May 7

CLASS PERIOD STARTS

1. Final examinations for Cosmetology, Surgical Technology, Vocational Nursing, and Upward Mobility Nursing may be scheduled independently. 2. Students with examination conflicts should make arrangements with their instructors for alternate times as early as possible. 3. Classes with meeting times not listed should schedule exam time through their respective Dean. MMonday T-Tuesday W-Wednesday THU-Thursday F-Friday

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR CORE CURRICULUM In accordance with the Texas Education Code, Chapter 61, each state-supported college and university in Texas is required to design and implement a Core Curriculum, with the courses comprising the curriculum totaling no more than 48 semester hours. Each Core Curriculum must be consistent with the Texas Common Course Numbering System, and must be consistent with the framework identified in Charts I and II in this section. Chart I specifies the minimum number of semester credit hours required in each of the five major component areas that, by law, a Core Curriculum must include. Chart II specifies options available to students for the remaining 12 semester hours required for completion of the Core Curriculum. A student successfully completing the Core Curriculum at Lamar-Port Arthur may transfer that block of courses to any other state-supported institution. When transferred, the receiving institution must substitute the block of courses for its Core Curriculum. A transferring student shall receive academic credit for each of the courses transferred and may not be required to take additional Core Curriculum courses at the receiving institution. A student who transfers from Lamar State College-Port Arthur to another institution without completing the LSC-PA Core Curriculum shall receive academic credit within the core curriculum

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of the receiving institution for each applicable course transferred. Following receipt of credit for these courses, the student probably will be required to satisfy the remaining course requirements in the core curriculum of the receiving institution. Therefore, to eliminate the possibility of being required to take additional core curriculum courses at the receiving institution, Lamar-Port Arthur strongly encourages its students to complete its entire Core Curriculum before transferring. A student concurrently enrolled at more than one institution of higher education shall follow the Core Curriculum requirements in effect for the institution at which the student is classified as a degree-seeking student. Completion of the Core Curriculum is a requirement for earning an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree at Lamar-Port Arthur. The regulations pertaining to it apply to students preparing for those degrees and/or a bachelor’s degree. Students pursuing an Associate of Applied Science degree are exempt from the Core Curriculum requirements explained in this section.

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR CAMPUS MAP 1. Madison Monroe Building 2. Student Center 3. Faculty Offices & Bookstore 4. Ruby Fuller Building 5. Gates Memorial Library 6. Cosmetology Annex 7. Cosmetology Center 8. Allied Health Annex 9. Business Office 10. Automotive Technology Center 11. Process Technology Building 12. Educational Annex Building 13. Instrumentation Building 14. Nursing/Allied Health Building

SP = Student Parking

FP = Faculty Parking

GP = General Parking

15. Vuylsteke Home 16. Physical Plant Office/Supply Center 17. Music Hall 18. Woodrow Wilson Middle School (currently closed) 19. Workforce Technology 20. Bandstand 21. Student Success Center 22. Small Business Development Center 23. Physical Plant Garage 24. Carl A. Parker Multi-Purpose Center 25. Faculty Office Pavilion 26. Performing Arts Center 27. Stilwell Plaza 28. Martin Field softball facility

PP = Patron Parking

HC = Handicap Parking

VP = Visitor Parking

BUILDING ABBREVIATIONS Log on to lamarpa.edu or scan QR code with smart device.

MMED RF MUS EDUC SC AH AMRY SSC

The following abbreviations are used to designate buildings where there are classrooms (see campus map above) Madison Monroe Building INTC Instrumentation Building Ruby Fuller Building PTAC Process Technology Building Music Hall AUTM Automotive Building Educational Building COS Cosmetology Building Student Center COSA Cosmetology Annex Allied Health PMPC Carl A. Parker Multi-Purpose Center Workforce Technology PAC Performing Arts Center Student Success Center AHA Allied Health Annex


Lamar State College-Port Arthur Spring 2014 Schedule