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Easy Steps to New students New matriculated student – never attended college or transfer students with fewer than 12 college units, who completed the assessment test and Counseling 095 (college orientation). • Submit an application (step 1), and begin at step 5.

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New non-matriculated students – never attended college or transfer students with fewer than 12 college units who completed the assessment test and Counseling 095 (college orientation). • Submit an application (step 1), and follow all steps.

Register for classes

Registration appointments are only for online or telephone registration until open/ walk-in registration begins on May 31, 2011.

Returning students and new transfer students (with more than 12 college units) begin at step 1. • Contact the Counseling Center at ext. 5110 to make an appointment with a counselor to discuss current educational goals or plans.

Registration appointments can be viewed on WebAdvisor from the DVC website. Contact the Admissions and Records Office if no registration date is listed. Students may use one of the many computers in the Information Center, Library or computer labs throughout the campus.

Continuing students – enrolled summer 2010, fall 2010, or spring 2011. • View registration appointment time online (WebAdvisor) and begin at step 5.

Priority registration appointments are assigned to continuing or currently enrolled DVC students (attended classes summer 2010, fall 2010, or spring 2011).

Concurrently enrolled high school students

Students without a priority registration appointment register according to the calendar of important dates.

• Go to www.dvc.edu to complete an online application. At the time of registration, submit a Special Admission Recommendation form in person, signed by the high school principal, parent and student. This form is required each semester.

Be sure to follow the instructions carefully. If registering online, be sure to print a copy of the schedule confirmation page as proof of enrollment.

High school students in grades 11 or 12 • Register in person beginning June 1 for summer.

Adding classes before instruction begins Students who wish to add classes before the class begins, may do so online or by telephone until midnight the day before the class begins as long as there is still space available.

High school students below grade 11 • Must obtain the DVC instructor’s signature to enroll in a class.

Adding classes after instruction begins Students who wish to add a class after instruction has started, should first check with the instructor. If space is available, the instructor will give the student a unique four-digit late add code that will permit the student to register on WebAdvisor or by telephone. Late add codes expire at midnight on the deadline date to add the class. In-person registration will require the instructor’s signature or late add code on a Schedule Request form and submission by the deadline date.

• Registration begins the first day of the session, after all signatures are completed on the Special Admission Recommendation form and DVC application. • P.E. registration (excluding P.E. Theory courses) – All high school students, regardless of their grade level, need to enroll after the first class meeting. The instructor’s signature is required.

Assistance using WebAdvisor is available in the Learning Commons.

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Submit an application for admission

All new, transfer and returning students must submit an application. Go to www.dvc.edu to complete an online application. Students who attended DVC in summer 2010, fall 2010, or spring 2011 (continuing students) do not need to submit an application.

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Take an assessment test

Assessment testing may satisfy prerequisites in English, math, and chemistry courses. A twohour placement exam measures current skills in reading, writing, and math. The results will help you to decide on appropriate classes to meet your educational goals. Assessment tests are free and offered weekly at SRVC. For more information: www.dvc.edu/assessment or stop by the Student Service Center.

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Apply for financial aid and learn about Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) optional

Visit the Financial Aid Office (Student Services Center), online at www.dvc.edu/financialaid or call 925-685-1230, ext. 2290. Visit the EOPS Office (Student Services Center, second floor, Pleasant Hill Campus), online at www.dvc.edu/eops , or call 925-685-1230, ext. 2236.

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Attend orientation and advisement counseling

New students for summer 2011 who have completed fewer than 12 college units are strongly encouraged to register for Counseling 095 (college orientation). For the orientation schedule see, page 6 . Classes meet once or twice for a total of six hours. Students must complete the math and English assessment tests at least four working days before the Counseling 095 class begins. Returning and new transfer students (with more than 12 college units) should speak with a counselor to discuss their current educational goals or plans. Request your official transcripts from high school and other colleges you’ve attended to be sent to the Admissions and Records Office. Official transcripts from other schools can take two to six weeks to arrive at DVC. Official transcripts must be on file at least two weeks prior to scheduling a counseling appointment.

Pay fees

Payment of registration fees is required at the time of registration. Fees can be paid with a credit card on WebAdvisor and when registering by telephone. The Cashier’s Office will accept payments in cash, by credit card, check, or money order.

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Obtain student ID card

After registering, take your class schedule with a picture ID to the Student Life Office in the Student Union Building to obtain your “Connect Card.” This FREE card is required to use the library and/or printers around campus. You can also purchase a valuable discount sticker for a small fee.

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Go to www.dvc.edu Click on WebAdvisor Click on Use WebAdvisor Now! Click on User ID Help Click on What’s my User ID? Enter your Last Name and SSN, then click Submit Record your User ID for future use. Click on Log In to use your User ID


Welcome to San Ramon Valley Center

Withdrawing from a class

Take DVC classes in San Ramon and enjoy a small college atmosphere with a broad selection of day and evening classes. Currently about 3,500 students attend SRVC and enjoy easy access at a convenient San Ramon Valley location and free parking.

You must officially drop classes through the online or telephone registration system or at the Admissions and Records Office. Non-attendance can result in an “F” grade and will cause you to lose your enrollment fees. If the class fee has not been paid and the class is not officially dropped, the unpaid fee will become an outstanding debt on your record. It is the student’s responsibility to drop a class, not the instructor’s. If a class is dropped before 25 percent of the instruction time has elapsed, a grade will not appear on your record. If 75 percent or more of the instruction time has elapsed, you cannot withdraw and will be subject to an “F” grade.

Take advantage of many of the same services available at our main campus such as admissions, assessment, a bookstore, counseling services, disabled student services, a student services office, computer labs, library facilities, informa­tion on job openings, student clubs and activities and tutoring. Financial aid, career services, CalWORKs and EOPS services are also available during special drop-in hours. Please go to www.dvc.edu/srvc-services for more information.

Fees Enrollment fees* • $26 per unit for California residents • $216 per unit ($190 per unit plus $26 per unit enrollment fee) for students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, and are not California residents or for students who are not U.S. citizens

A wide range of classes are offered at SRVC, which allows students to complete the general education requirements for an associate degree, the transfer requirements for UC, CSU and other private colleges and universities, and to complete certificate programs.

* Note: All fees are subject to change by the state legislature. Check www.dvc.edu/fee for updated fee information.

Proxy information Your written permission is needed anytime you authorize someone else to conduct any transactions in the Admissions and Records Office on your behalf. You will need to provide your proxy with the following: • Written permission, which includes your proxy’s name, your signature, and detailed information on what transaction you authorize them to do; • Student ID number and birth date; • Your name, address and telephone number. Your proxy will need to show a valid photo ID before any transactions are completed.

Other fees • The optional $8 student activity fee offers discounts for student related activities. • A $1 per unit student union fee helps pay for the maintenance of the student center. The maximum fee is $10 per student per academic year.

No parking permits are required at the San Ramon Valley Center!

Attendance If you miss the first class meeting or are absent for the equivalent of two weeks without approval, you may be dropped by the instructor. If you do not attend class but fail to drop the class by the refund deadline, you are still responsible for the registration fees.

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Dean...............................Kathleen Costa..........5103 Senior Academic/Student Services Manager...........Yvonne Canada..........5105 Senior Administrative Assistant........................Melody Phillips..........5124 DVC, San Ramon departments fax Admissions................. 5999 .................242-0856 Bookstore................... 5134.....................875-9699 Counseling.................. 5110 Library........................ 973-3380.............803-2928 Student Services........ 5135 ext.

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DVC, San Ramon administration

Designed for new students planning to enroll at DVC in summer and/or fall of 2011

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Important phone numbers

Take your assessment test at least four business days before orientation so that the counselor teaching your Counseling 095 class can review your scores and recommend the correct courses. Purchase a “Starter Kit” at the DVC Book Center (Pleasant Hill or San Ramon) prior to class. The kit contains the required materials for this course (class schedule and catalog). Saturday classes include a lunch break.

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Smoking policies In recognizing the serious health risks associated with smoking, wishing to discourage both students and staff from becoming smokers, and recognizing the rights of nonsmokers to a reasonably smoke-free environment, the following policy applies: At the San Ramon Valley Center, smoking will be allowed only in the student parking lots.

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Library

Grade codes P/NP only pass/no pass grades will be assigned LR only letter grades will be assigned SC either pass/no pass or a letter grade will be assigned. You must decide before the sixth week of the term. In short-term courses, a decision must be made before 30 percent of the course is complete.

www.dvc.edu/library Telephone: 925-973-3380 Hours: Check website for current hours .

The Dougherty Station library at the San Ramon Valley Center is a joint-use library collaboration between the Contra Costa County Public library and the DVC Library. The Dougherty Station library provides books, DVD’s, course reserves and online access to databases and e-books. A learning commons in the college West Building provides additional group and individual study space and computers. Use a combination of your DVC Connect Card and the Contra Costa County library card to access all the resources available through the Dougherty Station Library.

Whether your goal is a bachelor’s degree from a four-year

Special section listings Term length—dates of term length courses Section number—four-digit number used for online and telephone registration Prerequisite—must meet posted requirements to enroll in course Recommendation—course is recommended but not required Backup section—may be opened if and when all regularly scheduled sections of the same course close due to full capacity. The decision to open a backup section is at the discretion of the college, based on student demand and funding. Please choose a regularly scheduled section first. Hybrid—course taught both online and in a classroom. Go to www.dvc.edu/hybrid on Online—course taught online. Go to

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College Success Workshops San Ramon Valley Center offers group sessions on a variety of college success strategies. Each workshop is interactive. Visit our website for a complete listing of times and dates.


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Anthropology ANTHR-130

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6/13 - 7/21

Art

Oil/Acrylic Painting I - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: ART 105 or equivalent; eligibility for ENGL 116/118 or equivalent Note: ART 126A and ART 126B combined are equivalent to ART 126. 9483 MTWTH 5:00-9:15pm E162 Godinez, R 6/13 - 7/21

ART-127

Oil/Acrylic Painting II - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: ART 105 or equivalent, ART 125, and ART 126 or equivalent; eligibility for ENGL 116/118 or equivalent 9499 MTWTH 5:00-9:15pm E162 Godinez, R 6/13 - 7/21

ART-152

Wheel Thrown Ceramic Art - (SC) - 3 Units

ART-154

Hand-Built Ceramic Art - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 116/118 or equivalent 9438 MTWTH 5:30-9:45pm E168 Tsuruta, T 6/13 - 7/21 Note: Materials fee $25

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 116/118 or equivalent 9439 MTWTH 5:30-9:45pm E168 Tsuruta, T 6/13 - 7/21 Note: Materials fee $25

Biological Science BIOSC-101

Fundamentals of Biological Science - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent Note: This course does not include a laboratory. Students requiring or wanting a laboratory to accompany this course should enroll in BIOSC 102. 9670 MTWTH 10:30-1:45pm W218 Lawrence, D 6/13 - 7/7

BIOSC-102

Fundamentals of Biological Science With Laboratory - (SC) - 4 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent Note: Not open to students who have taken BIOSC 101. 9671 MTWTH 8:15-10:20am E230 Inchauspe, T 6/13 - 7/21 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm E235

Business BUS-109

Introduction to Business - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent Online and Hybrid Sections 9465 Hours by arr ONLINE Najarro, J 6/13 - 7/21 Note: Online course. All instruction will be online. Go to www.dvc. edu/online for course access information.

BUS-294

Business Law - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: BUS 109 and eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalents 9463 MW 5:30-9:45pm W219 Germann, K 6/13 - 7/20

on online and hybrid

San Ramon Valley Center Wednesday, 6/8 at 12:30-1:45 p.m., SRVC E-226 Thursday, 6/9 at 5:30-6:45 p.m., SRVC E-225

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Introduction to Drawing, Color, and Two Dimensional Design - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 116/118 or equivalent Note: ART 105A and 105B combined are equal to ART 105. 9576 MTWTH 11:00-3:15pm E162 Godinez, R 6/13 - 7/21

ART-126

Pleasant Hill Campus Tuesday, 6/7 at 12:30-1:45 p.m., PHC H-110 Wednesday, 6/8 at 5:30-6:45 p.m., PHC, H-110

Cultural Anthropology - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9488 MTWTH 8:15-10:20am W216 Staff

ART-105

Mandatory CO-OP class meetings

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Computer Information Systems CIS-115

Microsoft Word - Comprehensive - (SC) - 2 Units

Recom: CIS 100 or CIS 101 or equivalent Note: Credit by Examination option available. on Online and Hybrid Sections 9236 Hours by arr ONLINE Tejada, M 6/13 - 7/21 Note: Online course. All instruction will be online. Go to www.dvc. edu/online for course access information.

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Cooperative Education COOP-160

General Work Experience Education - (SC) - 2-3 Units

Microsoft Excel - Comprehensive - (SC) - 2 Units

Note: In order to enroll in a COOP course, students must be employed, register for the course, complete an online Employment Form, participate in an orientation, and receive approval from Career and Employment Services. Students may earn 1 unit for 5 hours work per week or 75 hours work per term. Does not meet requirements for veterans’ benefits. Employment Form can be accessed at www.dvc.edu/coop. Incomplete grades are not awarded for COOP. Students may repeat to a maximum of 16 units; an appeal will be required after 3 repetitions. 9010 Hours by arr Staff 6/6 - 7/21 Note: Section 9010 is a 2-3 variable unit course. To enroll in COOP, you must: 1) complete a COOP Employment Form (www. dvc.edu/coop), 2) register for the course and 3) attend a COOP Orientation. Failure to complete any of these requirements will lead to being dropped from the course. The Orientation schedule is above and available online at: www.dvc.edu/coop

Microsoft PowerPoint - Comprehensive - (SC) - 2 Units

COOP-170

Recom: CIS 100 or CIS 101 or equivalent Note: Credit by Examination option available. on Online and Hybrid Sections 9238 Hours by arr ONLINE Tejada, M 6/13 - 7/21 Note: Online course. All instruction will be online. Go to www.dvc. edu/online for course access information.

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Recom: CIS 100 or CIS 101 or equivalent on Online and Hybrid Sections 9240 Hours by arr ONLINE Tejada, M 6/13 - 7/21 Note: Online course. All instruction will be online. Go to www.dvc. edu/online for course access information.

Occupational Work Experience Education - (SC) - 2-3 Units

Note: In order to enroll in a COOP course, students must be employed, register for the course, complete an online Employment Form, participate in an orientation, and receive approval from Career and Employment Services. Students may earn 1 unit for 5 hours work per week or 75 hours work per term. Employment Form can be accessed at www.dvc. edu/coop. Incomplete grades are not awarded for COOP. Students may repeat to a maximum of 16 units; an appeal will be required after 3 repetitions. 9211 Hours by arr Staff 6/6 - 7/21 Note: Section 9211 is a 2-3 variable unit course. To enroll in COOP, you must: 1) complete a COOP Employment Form (www. dvc.edu/coop), 2) register for the course and 3) attend a COOP Orientation. Failure to complete any of these requirements will lead to being dropped from the course. The Orientation schedule is above and available online at: www.dvc.edu/coop

COOP-170A

Internship in Occupational Work Experience Education - (SC) - 2-3 Units

Note: In order to enroll in the COOP 170A course, students must be interning or volunteering, register for the course, complete an online Employment Form, participate in an orientation, and receive approval from Career and Employment Services. Students may earn 1 unit for 5 hours work per week or 75 hours work per term (paid work) or 1 unit for 4 hours work per week or 60 hours work per term (unpaid work). Employment Form can be accessed at www.dvc. edu/coop. Incomplete grades are not awarded for COOP. Students may repeat to a maximum of 16 units; an appeal will be required after 3 repetitions. 9312 Hours by arr Staff 6/6 - 7/21 Note: Section 9312 is a 2-3 variable unit course. To enroll in COOP, you must: 1) complete a COOP Employment Form (www. dvc.edu/coop), 2) register for the course and 3) attend a COOP Orientation. Failure to complete any of these requirements will lead to being dropped from the course. The Orientation schedule is above and available online at: www.dvc.edu/coop

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Film FILM-282

Early Childhood Education

Introduction to Film: American Cinema 1950 to the Present - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9436 MW 5:30-9:45pm W212 Loden, F

Formerly Family Life Education. Child Development and Psychology - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent Note: Meets the State Department of Social Services licensing requirement for DSS-1, Child/Human Growth and Development. 9261 TTH 5:30-9:45pm W219 Mason, J 6/14 - 7/21

6/13 - 7/20

Health Science HSCI-124

Health and Wellness - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent Note: The nutrition, tobacco and substance abuse components of this course fulfill a portion of the state health education requirements for a teaching credential. For CPR training see HSCI 131. on Online and Hybrid Sections ECE-126 Health, Safety, and Nutrition for the Young 9161 Hours by arr ONLINE Colchico, K 6/13 - 7/21 Child - (SC) - 3 Units Note: Online course. Mandatory orientation on Thursday, 6/16, Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent from 6:30-7:30 pm, in SRV E161. Go to www.dvc.edu/online to for Note: Meets the State Department of Social Services licenscourse access information. ing requirement for DSS VII, Health and Safety. 9262 MW 5:30-9:45pm W222 Kawecki, L 6/13 - 7/20

History

Economics ECON-220

HIST-120

Principles of Macroeconomics - (SC) - 3 Units

Prereq: MATH 120 or MATH 120SP or equivalents Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9042 MTWTH 8:15-10:20am E225 Tontz, J 6/13 - 7/21

English ENGL-098

Introduction to College Writing - (SC) - 3 Units

History of the United States Before 1877 - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9265 MW 5:30-9:45pm W217 Staff

HIST-124

6/13 - 7/20

History of California - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9769 TTH 5:30-9:45pm W217 Staff

6/14 - 7/21

Humanities

Recom: Reading/writing assessment process or ESL 098A or equivalents Note: ESL 098A is recommended for ESL students. 9022 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm W220 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 12:45-1:30pm

HUMAN-123

ENGL-116

MATH-075SP Prealgebra and Arithmetic Review - Self Paced - (SC) - 4 Units

College Reading Development - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: ENGL 096 or reading/writing assessment process or equivalents Note: Students may apply ENGL 116 or 118 to the associate degree, but not both courses. 9255 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm E229 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 9252 MW 5:30-9:45pm W216 Staff 6/13 - 7/21

ENGL-118

College Writing Development - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: ENGL 098 or reading/writing assessment process or equivalents. Note: Students may only apply either ENGL 116 or 118 to the associate degree, but not both courses. 9811 MTWTH 8:15-10:20am E227 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 9282 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm E227 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 9280 TTH 5:30-9:45pm E187 Staff 6/14 - 7/21

American Popular Culture - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9000 MTWTH 8:15-10:20am E176 Zimmerman, F 6/13 - 7/21

Mathematics Note: In this computer-assisted self-paced class, students study out of the textbook and online and take a combination of online and in-class exams. This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs may require computer access. 50% of your lab hours must be completed in the DVC Math Lab, and the rest may be completed in any location with computer access, on or off campus. Students may choose to complete MATH 075SP in one semester, or take up to 4 semesters. MATH 075SP is equivalent to MATH 075; students who have completed MATH 075 will not receive credit for MATH 075SP. 9275 MTWTH 6:00-8:05pm E160 Akanyirige, E 6/13 - 7/21 8:15-9:45pm MTWTH - 1.5 hrs by arr per day

English As a Second Language CELSA test recommended of all English as a Second Language (ESL) students. Contact the Assessment Center. ESL-081C

Conversation for ESL Students - (SC) - 2 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ESL 086 and ESL 088 9016 MW 5:30-8:20pm E225 Staff

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Elementary Algebra - (SC) - 4 Units

MATH-110SP Elementary Algebra-Self Paced - (SC) - 4 Units

Family Life Education

COUNS-095 Orientation to College Please see course listings on page 3 of this schedule or online at www.dvc.edu.

ECE-124

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Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 075 or MATH 075SP or equivalent Note: This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs will be assigned by your instructor and will be a significant portion of your course grade. The labs require computer and internet access, but may be completed in any location with such access, on or off campus. 9030 MTWTH 10:30-2:00pm W221 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 MTWTH - 1.5 hrs by arr per day

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Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 075 or MATH 075SP or equivalent Note: In this computer-assisted self-paced class, students study out of the textbook and online and take a combination of online and in-class exams. This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs may require computer access. 50% of your lab hours must be completed in the DVC Math Lab, and the rest may be completed in any location with computer access, on or off campus. Students may choose to complete MATH 110SP in one semester, or take up to 4 semesters. MATH 110SP is equivalent to MATH 110; students who have completed MATH 110 will not receive credit for MATH 110SP. 9274 MTWTH 6:00-8:05pm E160 Akanyirige, E 6/13 - 7/21 8:15-9:45pm MTWTH - 1.5 hrs by arr per day

MATH-120

Intermediate Algebra - (SC) - 4 Units

Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 110 or MATH 110SP or equivalent Note: This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs will be assigned by your instructor and will be a significant portion of your course grade. The labs require computer and internet access, but may be completed in any location with such access, on or off campus. 9036 MTWTH 10:30-2:00pm W216 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 MTWTH - 1.5 hrs lab by arr per day

MATH-120SP Intermediate Algebra-Self Paced - (SC) - 4 Units

Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 110 or MATH 110SP or equivalent Note: In this computer-assisted self-paced class, students study out of the textbook and online and take a combination of online and in-class exams. This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs may require computer access. 50% of your lab hours must be completed in the DVC Math Lab, and the rest may be completed in any location with computer access, on or off campus. Students may choose to complete MATH 120SP in one semester, or take up to 4 semesters. MATH 120SP is equivalent to MATH 120; students who have completed MATH 120 will not receive credit for MATH 120SP. 9276 MTWTH 6:00-8:05pm E160 Akanyirige, E 6/13 - 7/21 8:15-9:45pm MTWTH - 1.5 hrs by arr per day

MATH-121

Plane Trigonometry - (SC) - 3 Units

MATH-135

College Algebra - (LR) - 3 Units

Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 120 or equivalent Recom: MATH 114 or equivalent Note: This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs will be assigned by your instructor and will be a significant portion of your course grade. The labs require computer and internet access, but may be completed in any location with such access, on or off campus. 9039 MTWTH 8:15-10:20am E226 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 MTWTH - 1.5 hrs lab by arr per day Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 120 or 120SP or equivalent Note: This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs will be assigned by your instructor and will be a significant portion of your course grade. The labs require computer and internet access, but may be completed in any location with such access, on or off campus. 9281 MTWTH 10:30-1:20pm W219 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 MTWTH - 1.5 hrs lab by arr per day

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to schedule an appointment to meet with a DSS counselor. INSTRUCTOR

DATES

MATH-135SP College Algebra - Self-Paced - (LR) - 3 Units

Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 120 or 120SP or equivalent Note: In this computer-assisted self-paced class, students study out of the textbook and online and take a combination of online and in-class exams. This course has a lab requirement (see hours by arrangement in course listing). The labs may require computer access. 50% of your lab hours must be completed in the DVC Math Lab, and the rest may be completed in any location with computer access, on or off campus. Students may choose to complete MATH 135SP in one semester, or take up to 4 semesters. MATH 135SP is equivalent to MATH 135; students who have completed MATH 135 will not receive credit for MATH 135SP. 9279 MTWTH 6:00-8:05pm E160 Akanyirige, E 6/13 - 7/21 8:15-9:45pm MTWTH - 1.5 hrs by arr per day

MATH-142

Elementary Statistics with Probability - (LR) - 4 Units

Prereq: Placement through the assessment process or MATH 120 or 120SP or equivalent Note: TI-83 or TI-84 Graphing Calculator Required. 9277 MTWTH 10:30-1:20pm W217 Staff 6/13 - 7/21

Music MUSIC-117

History of Rock and R & B - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9155 TTH 5:30-9:45pm W212 Zimmerman, F6/14 - 7/21

Nutrition NUTRI-160

Nutrition: Science and Applications - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9157 MTWTH 12:45-2:50pm W222 Staff

6/13 - 7/21

Oceanography OCEAN-102

Fundamentals of Oceanography with Laboratory - (SC) - 4 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent Note: Students who have taken Fundamentals of Oceanography OCEAN 101 (formerly OCEAN 109) will not receive credit for Fundamentals of Oceanography OCEAN 102. 9162 MTWTH 9:30-12:50pm E232 Gorga, J 6/13 - 7/7 12:50-4:05pm E240

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INSTRUCTOR

DATES

Introduction to Philosophy - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9589 MTWTH 12:45-2:50pm W212 Scalzi, M

6/13 - 7/21

PE-108

4 5

Physical Education Beginning Hatha Yoga - (SC) - .5-2 Units

9399 MTWTH 9:00-10:15am E181 Section 9399 is .5 unit 9398 TTH 6:30-8:40pm E181 Section 9398 is .5 unit

Millar, V

6/13 - 7/21

Millar, V

6/14 - 7/21

9227 MTWTH 9:00-10:15am E229 Section 9227 is .5 unit

Cordes, S

PE-117

Fitness Jogging - (SC) - .5-2 Units

6 7

PE-119

Fitness Walking - (SC) - .5-2 Units

8

9228 MTWTH 9:00-10:15am E229 Section 9228 is .5 unit

Cordes, S

6/13 - 7/21

6/13 - 7/21

Political Science POLSC-121

Introduction to United States Government - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9356 TTH 5:30-9:45pm W218 Staff

POLSC-250

6/14 - 7/21

International Relations - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9064 MW 5:30-9:45pm W221 Ovetz, R

6/13 - 7/20

Psychology PSYCH-101

Introduction to Psychology - (SC) - 3 Units

Note: Formerly PSYCH 210 General Psychology Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9270 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm E230 Staff 9855 MW 5:30-9:45pm E229 Staff

PSYCH-122

6/13 - 7/21 6/13 - 7/20

6/13 - 7/21 6/13 - 7/20

Sociology SOCIO-120

Introduction to Sociology - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9271 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm W212 Ovetz, R

SPAN-120

6/13 - 7/21

First Term Spanish - (SC) - 5 Units

9455 MTWTH 10:30-2:00pm E176 Staff 6/13 - 7/21 MTWTH - .75 hrs lab by arr per day Note: The lab requirement may be completed through distance education or through the foreign language lab. See the foreign language lab schedule before registering for class at www.dvc.edu/labs/ foreignlanguage

Speech SPCH-120

9 10

EVENING CLASSES dont seem so late when it doesn’t get dark until 9 p.m. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS are easier to schedule and easier to focus on. JOB TRAINING prepares you for a great job in our local market. CAREER SERVICES and resources will help you find that great job. LOW TUITION only $26 per unit.* CONVENIENTLY SCHEDULE OPTIONS so classes won’t interfere with your summer plans. SMALLER CLASSES and easy parking puts everyone in a terrific, warm-weather mood. GREAT INSTRUCTORS enjoy teaching in the relaxed atmosphere of summer. MORE CHOICES! We offer more courses, more sections, more online courses, and some of the best guaranteed transfer opportunities of any community college around!

* Note: All fees are subject to change by the state legislature. Check www.dvc.edu/fee for updated fee information.

Psychology in Modern Life - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9067 MTWTH 8:15-10:20am W218 Staff 9268 MW 5:30-9:45pm W218 Staff

Spanish

www.dvc.edu/online For a complete list of online courses!

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Philosophy PHILO-120

to enroll this

Summer 1

Disability Support Services

SEC DAYS HOURS ROOM

GREAT REASONS

Fundamentals of Speech - (SC) - 3 Units

Recom: Eligibility for ENGL 122 or equivalent 9037 MTWTH 10:30-12:35pm E225 Bauer, D 9163 MW 5:30-9:45pm E187 Brewer, C 9234 TTH 5:30-9:45pm E229 Brewer, C 9035 MTWTH 9:00-1:40pm E187 Brewer, C

6/13 - 7/21 6/13 - 7/20 6/14 - 7/21 7/5 - 7/21

HONOR Society at SRVC

Phi Theta Kappa the international honor society for two-year colleges, has a new chapter at our campus. The Beta Pi lota Chapter held their Chartering Ceremony and their first induction ceremony spring ‘07.

For more information, contact: Julie Walters: juliewalters@dvc.edu Rene’ Sporer: rsporer@dvc.edu Marina Crouse: mcrouse@dvc.edu Joe Gorga: jgorga@dvc.edu

on online and hybrid

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Diablo Valley College is passionately committed to student learning through the intellectual, scientific, artistic, psychological, and ethical development of its diverse student body. Diablo Valley College prepares students for transfer to fouryear universities; provides career and technical education;

SAN RAMON VALLEY CENTER

important dates

Begin accepting applications for admission to summer and fall 2011.

April 11

Registration by appointment begins for EOPS, DSS and eligible veterans’ registration, online or by telephone only.*

April 12

Registration by appointment begins for continuing students (enrolled in summer 2010; fall 2010; spring 2011), online or by telephone only.*

April 26

Begin new matriculated and returning student registration (returning students who have missed more than one academic year will need to reapply online), online or by telephone only.*

May 10

Begin non-matriculated student registration, online or by telephone only.*

May 30

Holiday - Memorial Day - college closed

May 31

Open registration begins for all students

June 1

Begin new and returning special admit/concurrent high school students registration grades 11 and 12.

June 13

Six-week summer session begins. (June 13-July 21)

June 13

Registration for classes after the session begins is on a space-available basis and will require a late add code or instructor signature.

June 13- July 21

AA/AS degree or certificate filing period

July 4

Holiday - Independence Day - college closed

July 5

Three-week summer session begins. (July 5-July 22)

July 21

Deadline for AA/AS degree or certificate

July 22

Last day of summer session

August 12

First day of instruction for fall semester

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March 2

Campus offices will be closed on Fridays, June 3 through July 29, 2011 (some Friday classes will be held).

pre-collegiate programs; and promotes personal growth and lifelong learning.

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Final exams: are scheduled by the instructors and are generally held on the last day of instruction. Online/telephone registration is available daily up to midnight the day before the class section begins. Registration for classes after the course begins is on a space-available basis and will require a late add code or instructor signature. Students may use a late add code on WebAdvisor or telephone registration. Students must register at the admissions counter with an instructor signature. WebAdvisor and telephone registration is available daily up to midnight the day before the class section begins. * Online and telephone registration is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students may register anytime on or after their appointment date and time up until midnight the day before the class section begins. Short-term class add/drop dates and pass/no-pass dates are calculated individually by class based on the specific number of meeting days; therefore, these dates are not included in this calendar. Add/drop, refund and pass/no-pass dates are printed on the class roster. Check with the instructor. Reminder: To receive a refund for a summer course, students must drop the course within 10 percent of the total class meetings, which in most cases, during the summer, is the first class meeting.

supports the economic development of the region; offers

1690 Watermill Road San Ramon, CA 94582 925-866-1822

Getting to the San Ramon Valley Center Campus Take 680, exit No. 34, Bollinger Canyon. Proceed eastbound approximately 4 miles. Right on Watermill Road. Left into SRVC. (Located next to Dougherty Station Library.)

See page 3 for a detailed campus map


SRC Summer 2011 Schedule