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Approved by the Peninsula College Board of Trustees February 14, 2006. Peninsula College provides educational opportunities in the areas of academic transfer, professional/technical, basic skills, and continuing education. The college also contributes to the cultural and economic enrichment of Clallam and Jefferson Counties.

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Our Guiding Principles The college community is guided by the following principles: • The teaching/learning process is at the center of the mission of Peninsula College. • Members of the campus community will treat each other with mutual respect and dignity. • Members of the campus community will be open and honest in their communications. • Members of the campus community will promote a positive work environment and avoid adversarial relationships. • Each member of the campus community shall act ethically and with integrity. • The campus will engage in collaborative decision-making processes.

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Provide excellent instruction and services in support of its mission; Embrace a set of shared principles; Practice shared governance; Pursue a “planful” approach to decision making; and Support the professional development of faculty and staff.

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To provide EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY in all facets of the college mission. To maximize STUDENT ACCESS to higher education. To provide a COLLEGE ENVIRONMENT that places teaching and learning at the center of institutional practice, ensures quality services to students, and demonstrates sound and planful STEWARDSHIP of public resources. To foster COLLEGE/COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS through active participation in civic organizations and innovative partnerships that optimize public resources. To promote CULTURAL ENRICHMENT by providing culturally rich and diverse programs. To promote and model PLURALISM—a culture of mutual respect and appreciation that embodies diversity and promotes a civil society.

Accreditation

Peninsula College is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the United States Department of Education. Accreditation was reaffirmed in 2007. We have also been granted candidacy at the baccalaureate level.

Jai Reed of Port Townsend received an AAS degree in Addiction Studies from Peninsula College this past June. A Peninsula College Board of Trustees President’s Medalist, she is the recipient Arturo Flores, Sequim; Dewayne Johnson, Port Angeles; Julie McCulloch, Port Townsend; John of a prestigious 2009 Washington Miller, Port Angeles; and Eric Rohrer, Forks. Award for Vocational Excellence (WAVE) scholarship, which covers tuition and fees Office of the President Dr. Tom Keegan for two years of undergraduate study. For college information, call 360.452.9277. She will attend The Evergreen State College in Olympia this fall. For Jai, Peninsula College was life-changing: “I started back to school at the age of 48 to follow a life calling to be a counselor. Terribly unsure of myself, unable to focus or concentrate, with very little confidence in my ability to succeed, I received an Opportunity Grant. I literally started school in a leg brace and on crutches and over the two-and-a-quarter years I attended PC, I became able to run again. I loved and am so grateful for every minute of my entire college experience. PC has a pervasive attitude of ‘Oh, yes you can!’ Through positive support, excellent teachers, relevant course work and amazing classmates, I began to come alive. Now I am met with more open doors and looking at a whole new life. Your potential is only sleeping. I want to encourage you to just take the next step and begin. Your life is waiting, and PC will help you meet it.”

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State Supreme Court to Hear Cases at PC Washington State’s Supreme Court’s nine justices will hear arguments on real cases, lunch with students and speak to classes regarding the constitution and legal careers in a community visit to Peninsula College on Tuesday, October 27. For more than a decade, the Court has heard cases “on the road” three times a year in an outreach effort that allows citizens to see the court in action in their local communities. The state’s highest court is located in Olympia in the Temple of Justice on the state capitol grounds. Beginning at 9 a.m., Chief Justice Gerry Alexander and Justices Charles W. Johnson, Barbara A. Madsen, Richard B. Sanders, Tom Chambers, Susan Owens, Mary Fairhurst, James M. Johnson and Debra Stephens will hear arguments on the cases listed below. Immediately following arguments, the justices will answer questions from the audience, then recess to conference on the cases until 12:30 p.m. Justices will then have lunch with students and reconvene at 1:30 p.m. to hear the last case of the day. “The Court enjoys visiting our state’s local colleges,” says Chief Justice Gerry Alexander. “In addition to the students, we encourage anyone interested in learning more about the

Washington State Supreme Court Justices. From left, first row: Justices Richard B. Sanders, Charles W. Johnson, Chief Justice Gerry Alexander, Barbara A. Madsen and Tom Chambers. Second row: Justices James M. Johnson, Susan J. Owens, Mary Fairhurst, and Debra Stephens. judicial branch of government to see the workings of the highest court up close and personal.” All Washington Supreme Court oral arguments are open to the public and are broadcast at a later date via Washington’s Public Affairs network, TVW. Although cameras and video recorders are generally allowed, the

Court asks that no flash, other lights or noisy film advance mechanisms be used during the hearings. Written opinions are rendered approximately three to six months after oral arguments. For further information regarding the Court, please visit the Washington Court’s web site at www.courts.wa.gov.

October 27 Oral Arguments at Peninsula College 82410-0—Quinault Indian Nation, et al. v. Sea Crest Land Development Co., et al. Indians—Jurisdiction—Non-Indian Fee Land Whether the superior court erred in refusing to enforce a Quinault Indian tribal court land use order on grounds that the Quinault Indian Nation lacks regulatory jurisdiction over non-Indian owners of fee land within the reservation. 81688-3—State of Washington v. Clarence Andrew Kintz Criminal Law—Stalking—Elements—“Repeatedly Follows”—Two or More Separate Occasions—Repeated Incidents Over Short Span of Time Whether a defendant commits the crime of stalking for “repeatedly” following another if there are multiple encounters over a short span of time. 81594-1—State of Washington v. Anthony Jay Erickson Criminal Law—Court of Limited Jurisdiction—Probation—Review Hearing—Failure to Appear—Bench Warrant— Probable Cause for Probation Violation—Necessity Whether a bench warrant issued by a municipal court for failure to appear at a probation violation hearing must be supported by probable cause. Fall 2009 Class Schedule

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It’s an unbeatable combination—studying in another country and learning all about its culture and its people with a favorite college professor! Now PC students can do it in both Costa Rica and Italy. Spend winter quarter 2010 in Costa Rica with PC Spanish professor Dr. Reina Barreto and spring quarter 2010 in Florence, Italy, with PC English instructor Kate Reavey.

Costa Rica—Winter 2010 (January 2 to March 13) Apply by November 15, 2009 Work on your Spanish-language skills at the Instituto de Cultura y Lengua Costarricense (ICLC) and take courses that focus on Costa Rican history and literature. Dr. Reina Barreto will teach Modern Latin America (5 credits) and Introduction to Latin American Literature (5 credits). You may also take mini-courses on Costa Rica’s forests, art and folk music and use weekends to explore Costa Rica’s many attractions, including volcanoes, rainforests and beaches. You’ll live with a local family and have the opportunity to participate in special cultural activities as well as excursions to museums and sites where you can observe the country’s biological diversity.

Dr. Barreto highly recommends the opportunity to study in another country. “When I was a college student,” she says, “I participated in a study-abroad program in Spain. Since then I have returned twice to teach and lead student groups.” Dr. Barreto received her Ph.D. in Spanish from Florida State University. In addition to her research interest in Latin American and Caribbean literature, she enjoys Latin American art, film and folkloric dancing.

Italy—Spring 2010 (March 24 to June 4) Apply by December 22, 2009 Earn one of your humanities distribution requirements while you write, explore Florence in the springtime and experience the city whose name was derived from the verb “to flourish.” PC English instructor Kate Reavey will be your teacher and your guide as you study literature and language while writing memoir, fiction or poetry. You’ll also see Siena and San Gimignano, ride your bicycle through the hillsides of Tuscany and taste the wonders of Italian dining, from pasta to dolce (desserts), especially gelato.

Kate Reavey “I am particularly excited to be teaching in Florence because it affords the students a wealth of perspectives for their own writing as well as in the history of the arts and humanities,” Reavey says. “In addition, the towns and villages and the farms and vineyards will enhance our understanding of natural and cultural history, whether we are on bikes, trains, buses or simply on foot.” Reavey brings an international focus to teaching and learning. At age fourteen, she traveled to Paris alone to visit a relative, and as an undergraduate, double-majored in writing and African literature. She has also studied at the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies.

Dr. Reina Baretto For more information on these study-abroad opportunities, please contact the International Programs Office at 360.417.6491.

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Community Colleges, I-BEST Earn Presidential Seal of Approval Community colleges and Washington state’s I-BEST (Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training) programs were brought to the fore-front of American consciousness in late April when President Barack Obama praised them in remarks he made on higher education. President Obama’s remarks, carried in an online edition of The Washington Post on April 24, 2009 (“Obama remarks on Higher Education”), noted that community colleges “are some of the great and undervalued assets of our education system. “ He also singled out innovative educational initiatives that need support, such as “the I-BEST program in Washington state that combines basic and career skills classes to ensure that students not only complete college, but are competitive in the workforce from the moment they graduate.”

Peninsula College Among State I-BEST Leaders

Peninsula College currently has six I-BEST programs linked to Professional and Technical educational programs — Addiction Studies, Administrative Office Systems (AOS), Automotive Technology, Early Childhood Education, Medical Assisting and Welding. These programs pair professional and technical professors and basic skills instructors together in the same classroom, providing immediate hands-on instruction in a career field while allowing those who might need a little extra remedial help to receive it and still advance in their regular studies. Three of these program are highlighted below:

Standing, from left: Instructors Becky McClurken and Sherry Sparrowk. Sitting, from left: I-BEST students Jessica Hahn and Philip Seely.

AOS I-BEST Program

“After deciding I was too young to be feeling uninterested with life, I enrolled in AOS,” says Jessica Hahn, a first-year I-BEST student. The I-BEST program has been a wonderful experience! I have been able to learn new things, push myself to overcome challenges and pursue my education.” After completing the program, Jessica hopes to become a legal administrative assistant. Philip Seely, another first-year student, says he enrolled at Peninsula College “because the type of educational programs the college offers will put me on target for the demands of today’s workforce. While looking for permanent employment on the peninsula with no luck, I saw an advertisement in the Peninsula Daily News for the Opportunity Grant. After researching the grant and the programs offered, I realized the grant, coupled with I-BEST, would be a perfect way to work on achieving my AAS degree, and I chose the AOS/Accounting Option.” Seely plans to work as an office manager after he completes his degree, with a ten-year goal of becoming a full-time entrepreneur. “Thanks to the I-BEST program, I can now realize my goals,” he says. Sherry Sparrowk, AOS Program Coordinator and AOS I-BEST Instructor Becky McClurken say basic skills are embedded in their first-year classes, and they have had up to 50 students in multiple sections. Real-life applications are included in classroom lectures as well as online classes.

From left: Instructor Charlie Lyons and I-BEST student Lee Rasore.

Welding I-BEST Program

I-BEST Welding instructor Charlie Lyons is a staunch supporter of I-BEST and the coordinator of Peninsula College’s first-ever Welding Rodeo, which was held this past spring and spotlighted the work of our welding students. “Welded objects are ubiquitous in our world,” says Lyons. “Take the time to analyze the quality of each individual weld, and you will find a significant variance. It is in this vein that our I-BEST welding program helps our students rise above the level of the average welder. The lead instructor, Jim Newton, and I hold them to a high level of expertise, not only in the aspect of practical welding applications, Fall 2009 Class Schedule

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From left: Instructor Stacie Bell, I-BEST student Vic Guzman and Instructor Debra McIntyre.

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but also in the academic aspect of welding. One of our primary goals is to help our students stand apart as wellrounded individuals in a competitive job market. “Our welding students benefit from the I-BEST program in that each student is academically supported, given the opportunity to refresh basic skills necessary as a welder and challenged in ways similar to that of trying to succeed in our ever-complicated world. I strongly believe in the goals of the I-BEST program and often receive positive feedback from students who say that it greatly helps having another teacher available to assist them with their needs as students.” Lee Rasore, a Welding I-BEST student says: “I needed the extra help due to being out of school for 20 years. I was a very poor learner in high school, with low grades. I feel I have improved a lot.” Donald Cardiff, another I-BEST student says: “I found IBEST to be very helpful in keeping my math skills above par.”

Addiction Studies I-BEST

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Held in the Little Theater on the college campus each Thursday from 12:35 to 1:25 p.m. (Please note new time.) Open to the public at no charge on a seat-availability basis; may be subject to change. Sept. 24— Teatro Milagro presents El Ultimo, a bilingual eco-drama set in the Chilean Patagonia. Cosponsored with the ASC. Oct.1— PC Foundation presents12th annual American Conversations speaker, economic advisor Jeremy Rifkin. Oct. 8—Tess Gallagher introduces two books, her own collected short stories, The Man From Kinvara: Selected Stories, and Raymond Carver’s American Library Edition, The Collected Stories. Cosponsored with Foothills Writers Series. Oct.15—The Story People of Clallam County offer a “sneak preview” of the 15th International Forest Storytelling Festival Oct.15-16. Oct. 22—PC Drama Instructor Dr. Lara Starcevich interviews Pattie Miles Van Beuzekom, artistic and educational director of Paradise Theater. Oct. 29—Thomas Hurst, former photo journalist and Pulitzer Prize finalist at Seattle Times shares experiences from the field. Nov. 5—Tribal artist Jeff Monson discusses his work. Nov. 12—PC Dean for Student Development Maria Peña and students talk about creating a diverse student body. Nov. 19—Author Tim McNulty discusses his newly revised edition of Olympic National Park: A Natural History. Nov. 20 (Friday)—Actors from Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Cosponsored with Foothills Writers Series and PC English Division. Nov. 26—Thanksgiving vacation. Dec. 3—Seasonal music with campus and community musicians directed by Dr. Dennis Crabb.

During the 2008-09 academic year, the I-BEST program provided services to 28 students in Addiction Studies (AS), according to Stacie Bell, program coordinator and instructor. She praises the one-on-one contact students have with I-BEST instructor Debra McIntyre, who provides classroom instruction on essay writing, reading and study skills. McIntyre was honored by the college this past June when she received the college’s Student Support Award for Students with Disabilities. Vic Guzman, an AS I-BEST student, says he entered the program because he wanted “to give back to the community and be someone youths can come and talk to since I didn’t have that when I was young. The I-BEST Program has given me someone to ask for assistance when I need it.”

Oct. 8 (Thursday) with Studium Generale. Tess Gallagher introduces two new books, one of her own collected short stories, plus Raymond Carver’s The Collected Stories. The book, Beginners, which includes stories newly restored to Carver’s original manuscripts, is contained in the latter volume. Oct. 20 (Tuesday). Indian Voices. PC Longhouse hosts Indian Voices Night. Come at 5:30 pm for soup and a potluck, or at 6:00 pm to enjoy the Voices of the Peninsula. All Indian Voices are invited to participate in the reading. Bring something to share; the Longhouse will provide buckskin bread, fresh fruit and coffee. Cosponsored by Longhouse, Foothills Writers Series and English Department. For more information, call Tor Parker, 360.417.6215. Nov. 14 (Saturday). Annual Reading for Hunger Relief, 7:00 pm, Raymond Carver Room, Port Angeles Public Library. Faculty writers read from their newest works to support the Sequim and Port Angeles Food Banks. There will be a $5 donation at the door; a $10 donation will get you a chapbook containing the readings. Cosponsored with Alan Turner of Port Book and News, who will provide refreshments. Nov. 20 (Friday) with Studium Generale. Oregon Shakespeare Festival Actors. Dec. 1 (Tuesday) Open Mike. Bring poems or a short prose piece to share. Sign-up 10 minutes before start of reading.

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Join all who love to hear and tell stories at the International Forest Storytelling Festival October 16-18 at Peninsula College. Brought to you by the Story People of Clallam County, the festival attracts internationally renowned tellers to the stage of the Little Theater. Workshops help you learn storytelling techniques. For complete details, please visit the Story People’s website at www. dancingleaves.com/storypeople.

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Change the way you see the world! Global Lens 2009

Take your professionalism to the next level

The Port Townsend Film Festival and Peninsula College’s Magic of Cinema once again partner to bring the Global Lens Series to the Port Angeles campus. The double-feature series includes 10 films representing the diversity and excellence of contemporary global filmmakers. Show times are 6:00 and 8:00 pm on select Fridays in the Little Theater.

Introducing a new AAS or AAS-T Degree For as few as 28 additional credits, you can now earn an associate degree. Courses you need: • 21 general education classes, either online or inperson • Seven advanced clinics • Two quarters of internships in a medical setting

The Global Lens Series is an arm of the San Francisco-based Global Film Initiative project, dedicated to promoting cross-cultural understanding through cinema. The films include:

Contact program coordinator and instructor Aleilah Lawson at aleilahl@pcadmin.ctc.edu or call 360.417.6569

Sept. 25 — I Am From Titov Veles (Macedonia) and Getting Home (China) Oct. 2 — My Time Will Come (Ecuador) and Mutum (Brazil) Oct. 9 — The Photograph (Indonesia) and Possible Lives (Argentina) Oct. 30 — Sleepwalking Land (Mozambique) and What A Wonderful World (Morocco) Nov. 6 — Song From The Southern Seas (Kazakhstan) and Those Three (Iran) Admission is $5.00 general admission/free for PC and area high school students (please bring current student I.D.). Visit www.pc.ctc.edu for more information.

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Peninsula College Entrepreneur Institute The Peninsula College Entrepreneur Institute (PCEI) provides timely and relevant entrepreneurial training to help people and businesses grow. Courses provide participants with the education, training and practical skills to pursue entrepreneurial endeavors, whether you are developing a new business or an existing one. Tuition and fees for several PCEI courses have been significantly reduced due to a generous grant from the First Federal Community Dividend Program. Limited scholarships are also available. For more information visit www.pceinstitute.com or contact Entrepreneurship Coordinator Linty Hopie at 360.417.6504.

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A hands-on opportunity to understand what it takes to launch and operate a successful business. As a participant you will take a critical look at yourself as a successful entrepreneur by using self-assessment tools and a “back of the napkin” reality check to determine the ability of your business to make the money you want; discover how much money you need to launch your business and where to find it. N001 PA 5:30pm-8:30pm MWF 208 Williams J Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St. Port Angeles. Class fee = $40. Class meets 9/21 to 9/25/09. No refund after first class.

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This course is designed for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs. Participants develop a comprehensive business plan that works as a road map for future growth. N002 PA 5:30pm-8:30pm T 208 Williams J Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St. Port Angeles. Class fee = $200. Class meets 10/6 to 12/15/09. No refund after first class.

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An overview of the impact of new communication technologies on small business, the entrepreneur, and the steps to developing a complete online marketing campaign. Course will provide an overview of keyword selection, domain names, email, websites, blogging, social media (with a focus on Facebook and Twitter,) search engine optimization (SEO,) search engine marketing (SEM,) web analytics and Pay-Per-Click advertising (PPC.) Class includes project planning, budgeting, using analysis tools to evaluate marketing effectiveness and rudimentary hands-on exposure to working with the technologies so that students can wisely invest their marketing budget and time. N004 PA 5:30pm-8:30pm MW 208 Cooper C

Western Washington University Fall 2009 Classes

Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St. Port Angeles. Class fee = $99. Class meets 11/2, 11/4, and 11/9/09. No refund after first class.

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ESCI 325, Fundamentals of Ecology

During this time when businesses of all sizes are downsizing, there is a real opportunity for individuals to re-invent themselves. This desire for reinvention flows when accompanied by a dream and the passion to make it happen. Within the shift from seeing oneself as an employee to developing the entrepreneurial attitude, there are many hidden challenges. This class will focus on the vital process for making this change and walking the path of transition from being an employee to becoming an effective and successful entrepreneur. N003 PA 5:30pm-7:30pm MW 208 Mich C

ESTU 304, Environment and Resource Policy ESCI 329, Energy and Environment ESTU 464, US Environmental Policy

Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St. Port Angeles. Class meets 9/28, 9/30, and 10/5/09. Class fee = $40. This class is underwritten by First Federal. No refund after first class.

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262H WORDS THAT MAKE YOU RICH

Learn how to effectively communicate in your commercial and professional endeavors. Course includes tips on power listening, how to read and use body language and how to think on your feet when called on to speak in any publc situation. N005 PA 5:30pm-7:30pm MW 208 Thomas B

For more information, please contact Nancy BluesteinJohnson, Program Manager, Western Washington University Huxley College of the Environment on the Peninsulas,1502 East Lauridsen Blvd, Port Angeles, WA 98362 or email Nancy.Bluestein-Johnson@wwu.edu. You may also call 360.417.6521 or fax 360.417.6523.

Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St. Port Angeles. Class meets 10/19m 10/21, 10/26, and 10/28/09. Class fee = $40. No refund after first class.

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BAS Applied Management Degree Offered EVENINGS at Peninsula College

If you are looking toward a brighter professional future and have earned (or plan to earn) a two-year degree, the Bachelor of Applied Science Applied Management (BAS) program at Peninsula College may be for you! BAS courses are held in the evening and each class meets once a week. The BAS curriculum includes topics like strategy, operations and financial management, internet marketing, communications, legal and labor issues, and economics and accounting, among others. The program requires two terms of internship in private, public or tribal organizations, where students apply academic management theories to real-world problems. Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2009 BAS classes, which start Sept. 22, 2009. 1. Go to http://www.pc.ctc.edu/main/index.aspx and download the transcript evaluation request form. 2. Download the BAS program information, application and instructions (different from the Peninsula College admission form). Click on http://www.pc.ctc.edu/academics/bas/ default.asp or call the BAS office at 360.417.7982. 3. Fill out the BAS application and mail it to Enrollment Services, Peninsula College, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles, WA 98362. In preparation, you can also brush up on your computer skills with Peninsula College short courses in Excel, PowerPoint, and Word and take HMDV 101, “Online Classroom Success.” Contact Dr. Vicki DeLorey at 360.417.5683, or via email, vickid@pcadmin.ctc.edu for more information. BAS

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WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

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Permission of instructor required. Class meets 9/25 to 9/26/09.

HSSA Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College

2840

200 P

INTERNSHIP ARR

ARR

Prerequisite required.

1-5cr ARR

Bell S

1140

ARR

1150* AU

11:30am-12:30pm

ARR

TWThF M238

5cr WAOL

5cr Mauger J

Two-year AAS and AAS-T degrees, one-year certificate, short-term certificates. Enter any quarter. Program coordinator: Sherry Sparrowk, 417-6375. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

101

1250

COL

COMP/INTERNET LITERACY

5cr

ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION II ARR

WAOL

5cr Sparrowk S

1-4cr ARR

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I ARR

286

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

Sparrowk S

5cr Sparrowk S

5cr Sparrowk S

Art ART&

100

1260

A

1265

WOL

ART APPRECIATION

ART

WF

ARR

ARR

A

2 DIMENSIONAL DESIGN CON 1:30pm-3:40pm

Plus two hours to be arranged.

ART

104

1280

A

112 A

ART

204

Prerequisite required.

ART

205

1310* AU

Prerequisite required.

206

1320* AU

Prerequisite required.

5cr

WF

P-9

Miller M

TThF

M121

Miller M

P-9

Miller M

P-9

Miller M

P-9

Miller M

5cr 5cr

WF

5cr

WF

5cr

ADVANCED PAINTING 1:30pm-4:00pm

5cr Merrill G

Merrill G

INTERMEDIATE PAINTING 1:30pm-4:00pm

WAOL

P-9

INTRO TO PAINTING 1:30pm-4:00pm

Merrill G

TTh

HISTORY OF ART I 11:30am-12:50pm

1300* AU

P-9

LIFE DRAWING 8:00am-10:10am

126

TTh

DRAWING: METHODS/MATERIAL 10:20am-12:30pm

Plus two hours to be arranged.

ART

P-9

Online course. See sidebar for information.

101

1270

5cr

10:20am-12:30pm

Plus one hour to be arranged.

ART

Administrative Office Systems

AOS

ARR

1290* AU

CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Prerequisite required.

INTERNSHIP

A

COL

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

Plus two hours to be arranged.

Online course. See sidebar for information.

ANTH& 206

AOS

3cr

ARR

WORD PROCESSING APPL II ARR

285

1240

ART

SURVEY OF ANTHROPOLOGY

WOL

COL

260

1285

Anthropology ANTH& 100

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

205

AOS

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II

Permission of instructor required.

PHYS/PHARM-ALCOHOL/DRUGS 3:45pm-8:45pm 6:45pm-9:15pm

AOS

AOS

INTRO TO ADDICTIVE DRUGS 3:45pm-8:45pm

105

WOL

1230

Two-year AAS degree. Enter any quarter. Program coordinator: Stacie Bell, 417-6377. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu 2790* PU

111

1200

1210

Addiction Studies HSSA& 101

AOS 5cr

TWThF M233

This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

1120

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

WF

5cr

Astronomy ASTR& 100 1325

WOL

SURVEY OF ASTRONOMY ARR

ARR

5cr WAOL

1160* AUO

12:30pm-2:20pm

TTh

M130

Sparrowk S

1165* BUO

8:20am-10:10am

TTh

M130

Sparrowk S

M130

Sparrowk S

Two-year AAS degree. Enter any quarter. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

Sparrowk S

ATEC

5cr

ATEC

This section includes an online component. This section includes an online component.

AOS

105

WORD PROCESSING APPL I

1170* AUO

10:20am-12:20pm

TTh

1180

ARR

ARR

5cr

This section includes an online component.

COL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

AOS

110

1190

WOL

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

10

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

Automotive Technology 100

1330* AU

105

1340* AU

BASIC AUTOMOTIVE 8:00am-9:50am

M

2cr Q-7

Hansen M

Q-9 Q-9 Q-9 Q-9

Hansen M Phillips K Hansen M Hansen M

BASIC AUTO ENGINES 10:00am-11:50am 8:00am-11:50am 8:00am-9:50am 8:00am-11:50am

M TTh F W

10cr

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu ATEC

200

1370* AU

ATEC

BASIC FUEL SYSTEMS 8:00am-11:50pm 8:00am-10:50am

202

1390* AU

Prerequisite required.

ATEC

210

1400* AU

M T

5cr Q-7 Q-7

AUTO ELEC SYSTEMS II 11:00am-11:50am 8:00am-11:50am 8:00am-9:50am

T W Th

Phillips K Phillips K

5cr Q-7 Q-7 Q-7

Phillips K Phillips K Phillips K

Th F

Q-7 Q-7

Reserved for second year Auto Tech students only.

5cr Hansen M Hansen M

TRANSITION EDUCATION Small- and large-group instruction in reading, writing, mathematics, and basic computer skills to prepare students for the General Education Development (GED) Test for high school equivalency or to transition to college classes. 8:00am-2:00pm TWThF A-12 Hott B

COLLEGE READINESS Designed for students who struggled in school and are planning to enroll in college next quarter. This preparation for College Learning Skills assists with handling tough readings, higher math, formal communication, and with accessing computer resources. Enroll at any time. 12:00pm-1:00pm TWThF A-12 Hott B

ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE For persons for whom English is a non-native language. Includes practice in reading, writing, speaking, listening, pronunciation, and interaction skills. 8:00am-11:20am TWThF A-1 Gomez S

Biology 1410* AUO

SURVEY OF BIOLOGY 8:00am-9:00am 1:30pm-4:50pm

TWF T

5cr M125 M217

This section includes an online component. Additional fee = $15.

1420* BUO

8:00am-9:00am 1:30pm-4:50pm

TWF Th

M217 M217

This section includes an online component. Additional fee = $15.

BIOL 1430

105 COL

INTRO TO CELL BIOLOGY ARR

Staff Staff Hauge B Hauge B

1440* AU

WF T

M217 M217

Prerequisite required. Additional fee = $15.

BIOL& 241L 1445* AU

HUMAN A & P 1

5cr Hauge B Hauge B

TWThF M125 F M215

Hart K Hart K

ARR 10:20am-12:00pm

ARR F

Hart K Hart K

M215

Prerequisite required. This class has an online component. Attendance is required at lab sessions on Fridays and on five exam days.

1455* BU

9:10am-10:10am 1:30pm-3:10pm

Prerequisite required.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

9:10am-10:10am 3:20pm-5:00pm

TWThF M125 F M215

Hart K Hart K

ARR 3:20pm-5:00pm

ARR F

M215

Hart K Hart K

9:10am-10:10am 1:30pm-3:10pm ARR 1:30pm-3:10pm

TWThF M125 Th M215 ARR Th M215

Hart K Hart K Hart K Hart K

TWThF M125 F M215

Hart K Hart K

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

Business Two-year AAS degree, one-year certification, short-term certificates. Enter any quarter. Program coordinator: Jill Snyder, 417-6492. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

BUS&

101

1490* AU 1495 WOL

INTRO TO BUSINESS 8:00am-9:00am ARR

5cr

TWThF M233 Kamphaus M ARR WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

BUS

110

1497

WOL

130

1500

WOL

BUS

131

1510

WOL

BUS

220

1520

BUS

SMALL BUSINESS PLANNING ARR

5cr

ARR

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

BUS

FUND OF PURCHASING I ARR

4cr

ARR

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

FUND OF PURCHASING II ARR

4cr

ARR

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

COL

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ARR

5cr

ARR

Snyder J

Online course. See sidebar for information.

247

PAYROLL & BUSINESS TAXES 10:20am-11:20am

5cr

TWThF M233

Snyder J

This section includes an online component.

BUS

282

PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 1:30pm-3:20pm

TTh

M233

5cr Jaramillo E

This section includes an online component. Class meets 9/21 to 12/11/09.

Computer-Based Training CBT 1550

CBT 5cr

9:10am-10:10am 10:20am-12:00pm

Prerequisite required.

1450* AUO

Hart K Hart K

Fetrow E

MAJORS ECOLOGY/EVOLUTION 11:30am-1:20pm 1:30pm-4:20pm

M215

Prerequisite required. This class has an online component. Attendance is required at lab sessions on Fridays and on five exam days.

1540* AUO

3cr

ARR

ARR F

Prerequisite required.

1530* AUO

Online course. See sidebar for information. Attendance is required on 10/24/09 from 9:00am-11:00am and 12/5/09 from 10:00am-11:00am.

BIOL& 221L

1465* CU

1480* DUO

Register for Basic Studies classes in the Education Transition Center, Room A-12. Call 417-6380 or 417-7981 for information.

ARR 1:30pm-3:10pm

Prerequisite required. This class has an online component. Attendance is required at lab sessions on Fridays and on five exam days.

1475* DU

Basic Studies

BIOL& 100L

1460* BUO

1470* CUO

AUTO TRANS & TRANSAXLES 10:00am-11:50am 8:00am-12:50pm

PA Classes for Credit

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

1555

104 COL

INTRO TO KEYBOARDING ARR

105

Nutter L

KEYBOARD SPEED/ACCURACY ARR

ARR

1cr Nutter L

Online course. See sidebar for information. If taking CBT 104 simultaneously, CBT 104 must be completed before beginning CBT 105.

Commercial Drivers License CDL 1560

100 A

COMMERCIAL DRIVER TRAING 6:00am-4:30pm

Daily

COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

1cr

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

COL

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09.

LINC

10cr Staff

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St., Port Angeles. Class fee = $5,400. Class meets 9/21 to 10/16/09.

11

Peninsula College


PA Classes for Credit

www.pc.ctc.edu

Computer Science C SC

100

1570* AUO

CAT

W

Jaramillo E

www.pc.ctc.edu

CAT

Two-year AAS degree and one-year certificate. Program coordinator: Eduardo Jaramillo, 417-6404. See also Information Technology. Two-year AAS degree and one-year certificate. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

CAT

100

1580* AUO

INTRO TO MICRO APPL 12:30pm-2:20pm

WF

4cr M130 McLaughlin V

This section includes an online component.

CAT

111

1590

CAT

COL

INTRO TO MS VISTA ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

114

1600

Christianson

POWERPOINT QUICK COURSE

COL

ARR

ARR

2cr

CAT

116

1610

COL

WINDOWS/FILE MANAGEMENT A

RR

ARR

1cr McLaughlin V

Online course. See sidebar for information. Class meets 9/21 to 10/8/09.

CAT

117

1620

COL

WORD BASICS ARR

Online courses.

COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

Don’t let opportunity pass you by. Pave the way to a secure future with our Commercial Drivers License training: 40 hours in the classroom and 120 hours of driving and inspection practice prepare you to take the Washington State Commercial Driving Class A test.

ARR

McLaughlin V

1cr

INTRO TO WORD

5cr

10:20am-12:10pm

WF

M130 McLaughlin V

ARR

ARR

McLaughlin V

ARR

Christianson

This section includes an online component. Prerequisite CAT 116 or instructor’s permission.

1660

COL

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite CAT 116 or instructor’s permission.

CAT

140

1670

COL

INTRO TO EXCEL ARR

5cr

Online course. See sidebar for information.

Chemistry CHEM& 121L 1690

COL

1692

WOL

INTRO TO CHEMISTRY

5cr

ARR

ARR

Numa S

ARR

ARR

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

CHEM& 131L 1695

COL

INTRO TO ORGANIC/BIOCHEM ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

1700* AU

GENERAL CHEM W/LAB I 9:10am-10:10am 1:30pm-4:50pm

TWF W

6cr Numa S

5cr M221 M221

Numa S Numa S

TWThF M227

Staff

TWThF M227

Staff

Prerequisite or instructor permission required. Additional fee = $15.

Chinese CHIN& 121 1710* AU

CHIN& 123 1720* AU

CHINESE I 8:00am-9:00am

5cr

CHINESE III 1:30pm-2:30pm

5cr

Criminal Justice Two-year AAS degree, one-year certificate. Enter any quarter. Program coordinator: Soeren Poulsen, soerenp@pcadmin.ctc.edu. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

CJ&

101

1730

COL

INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE ARR

5cr

ARR

Poulsen S

ARR

Poulsen S

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

Peninsula College

130

1650* AUO

CHEM& 161L

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support.

* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

CAT

McLaughlin V

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite: CAT 116 or instructor permission. Class meets 10/9 to 10/28/09.

WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09.

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

1cr ARR

McLaughlin V

ACCESS BASICS

COL

McLaughlin V

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite CAT 116 or instructor’s permission. Class meets 9/21 to 10/23/09.

1cr ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite CAT 116 or instructor permission. Class meets 11/20 to 12/11/09.

5cr

ARR

ARR

119

1640

Computer Applications

EXCEL BASICS

COL

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite CAT 116 or instructor permission. Class meets 10/29 to 11/19/09.

5cr

M233

This section includes an online component.

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

118

1630

INTRO COMPUTERS/COMP SCI 1:30pm-4:20pm

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

CJ&

110

1740

COL

CRIMINAL LAW ARR

5cr

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite or instructor permission required.

Call 360.565.2078 for complete information. 12

Communication Studies CMST& 102 1750* AUO

INTRO TO MASS MEDIA 11:30am-12:30pm

TWThF M233

This section includes an online component.

5cr Riski R

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu CMST& 220 1760* AU 1770* BU

CMST

286

1780* AUO

PUBLIC SPEAKING 8:00am-10:10am 8:00am-10:10am

TTh WF

M121 M121

5cr

ECE

115

Starcevich L Starcevich L

1970

WOL

3cr

ECE

120

INTRO NEWSPAPER PROD I 2:40pm-3:40pm

TWTh

L-25

Riski R

This section includes an online component. Permission of instructor required.

CMST

291

1810* AUO

ADV NEWSPAPER PROD IV 2:40pm-3:40pm

TWTh

3cr L-25

Riski R

This section includes an online component. Permission of instructor required.

COMPOSITE STRUCT-FABRICA

10cr

A

12:25pm-3:00pm

Daily

LINC

Sweetser D

1850

B

3:15pm-6:15pm

MTWTh LINC

Lawrence R

Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St. Port Angeles. Instructor’s signature or entry code required. Class meets at The Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St. Port Angeles. Instructor’s signature or entry code required.

239

DENTAL HYGIENE PRACT V ARR

ARR

7cr ARMS

DRMA 211 1920* AU

DRMA 212 1930* AU

INTRO TO THEATRE

5cr TWF

J-16

Starcevich L

THEATER PRACTICUM I ARR

1-5cr

ARR

Starcevich L

THEATER PRACTICUM II ARR

1-5cr

ARR

171

1995* IUO

Starcevich L

ECE 2000

201

ECE

260

Th

Cline Y

This class will incorporate use of live, interactive connections originating at the Port Angeles Campus. Negative TB test required. Individuals who have been residents of Washington State for less than 3 years may be required to pay a fee for a background check. Class includes three hours of lab assignments per week.

107

1960* IOU

NUTRITION,HEALTH,SAFETY 3:30pm-5:30pm 3:30pm-5:30pm

W W

L-19A L-19A

3cr Cline Y Carriveau D

This class will incorporate use of live, interactive connections originating at the Port Angeles Campus. Class also includes an online component.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

3cr

L-19A

Berry J

ARR

ARR

Cline Y

ARR

ARR

Cline Y

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

1-3cr

ARR

5cr

Economics ECON

101

2020

WOL

INTRO TO ECONOMICS ARR

5cr

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

2040* IOU

WAOL Online courses.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 6:00pm-8:00pm

T

3cr L19A

Berry J

This class will incorporate use of live, interactive connections originating at the Port Angeles Campus. This section includes an online component.

English ENGL ENGL

2cr L19A

Cline Y

W

PRACTICUM II

P

051 054

ENGL

ECE

ARR

Prerequisite required.

ECE

OBSERVE & PARTICIPATE

L19A

E C E INTERNSHIP

P

2060* AU

4:00pm-6:00pm

3cr T

INFANT-TODDLER RELATIONS 6:00pm-8:00pm

2050* AU

Early Childhood Education

101

3cr Cline Y

This class will incorporate use of live, interactive connections originating at the Port Angeles Campus. Class also includes an online component.

Two-year AAS degree, one-year certificate, short-term certificate block. Enter any quarter. Program coordinator, Yvette Cline: 417-6495. For more information, go to www. pc.ctc.edu. All ECE classes are STARS approved. 1950* PIU

L19A

PRACTICUM I 4:30pm-5:30pm

EDUC& 114 11:30am-12:50pm

Th

Education

Drama 1910* AU

ECE

Christopher

This class is reserved for Dental Hygienist Students. Class meets at Armory Square.

DRMA& 101

146

Prerequisite required.

Two-year AAS degree awarded by Pierce College. Admission to the program is competitive. Distance-learning courses are delivered through ITV and lab work is completed at the local lab located in the Armory Square office complex. Contact Kathy Murphy-Carey, 417-6342, with questions. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu. A

ENVIRONMENT FOR CHILDREN

WAOL

This class will incorporate use of live, interactive connections originating at the Port Angeles Campus. Students meet on Port Angeles campus on 10/1 and 12/3. This section includes an online component.

2010

Dental Hygiene

1900

2cr

ARR

This class will incorporate use of live, interactive connections originating at the Port Angeles Campus. Six hours of lab per week TBA.

1840

DHYG

ARR

6:00pm-8:00pm

1990* PIU

One-year certificate. To enroll, contact Cindy Lauderback, 417-6233. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

115

INTRO TO CHILD CARE

Online course. See sidebar for information.

1980* UIO

ECE

Composite Structures COMP

PA Classes for Credit

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

ENGL

057

2070* AU

090

READING I 9:10am-10:10am

3cr WF

M234

Gardner J

WF

M234

Gardner J

WF

M234

Gardner J Teorey M

READING II 9:10am-10:10am

3cr

READING III 9:10am-10:10am

3cr

FUND OF ENGLISH

5cr

2080* AUO

9:10am-10:10am

TWThF D216

2090* BUO

9:10am-10:10am

TWThF D217 Hattendorf B

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores. This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2100

COL

ARR

ARR

Staff

Online course. See sidebar for information. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2110* CUO

10:20am-11:20am

TWThF D217

Gardner J

2120* DUO

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF D216

Staff

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

13

WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College


PA Classes for Credit

www.pc.ctc.edu ENGL& 101

Sampling the Literature of Southern England To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

091

2130* AUO

Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

TWThF D216

2240* BUO

9:10am-10:10am

TWThF L-20

2250

ARR

Thompson F

COL

ARR

Staff

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

2260* CUO

9:10am-10:10am

TTh

LE-2

Germain C

2270* DUO

10:20am-11:20am

TTh

LE-2

Staff

2275* EUO

10:20am-11:20am

TWThF L-20

Staff

2280* FUO

11:30am-12:30am

TWThF LE-2

Staff

2290* GUO

11:30am-12:30pm

TWThF M234

Thompson F

2310* HUO

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF M234

Staff

2320* JUO

1:30pm-2:30pm

TTh

LE-2

2330* PUO

6:10pm-8:20pm

TTh

M234

2335

ARR

Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component.

Germain C

This class has an online component. Prerequisite required.

Staff

Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component.

WOL

ARR

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

ENGL& 102

COMPOSITION II

5cr

2340* AUO

8:00am-9:00am

TWThF M234

Staff

2350* BUO

11:30am-12:30pm

TWThF L-20

Staff

2360* CUO

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF L-20

Staff

Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component.

Teorey M

Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component.

2370

COL

ARR

ARR

Staff

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2375

WOL

ARR

ARR

WAOL

2140* BUO 2150

COL

9:10am-10:10am ARR

TWThF D217 Hattendorf B ARR

Staff

Online course. See sidebar for information. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2160* CUO

10:20am-11:20am

TWThF D217

Gardner J

2170* DUO

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF D216

Staff

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

ENGL

092

FUND OF ENGLISH 9:10am-10:10am

5cr TWThF D216

Teorey M

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2190* BUO

9:10am-10:10am

TWThF D217 Hattendorf B

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2200

COL

ARR

ARR

Staff

Online course. See sidebar for information. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2210* CUO

10:20am-11:20am

TWThF D217

Gardner J

2220* DUO

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF D216

Staff

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required. Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

ENGL& 112 2380* AUO

ENGL

180

2390* AU

ENGL& 244 2400* AUO

5cr TWThF D216

Teorey M

LITERARY MAG PROD I 12:30pm-1:30pm

TWF

3cr M234

AMERICAN LITERATURE I 10:20am-11:20am

TTh

ARR

ARR

Staff

5cr LH-1

Germain C

Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component.

2405

WOL

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

ENGL& 254 2415

WOL

WORLD LITERATURE I ARR

5cr

ARR

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

ENGL 2420

260A SAMPLING LIT OF S ENGLND A

1:30pm-3:40pm

Prerequisite required.

280

2430* AU

14

INTRO TO FICTION 10:20am-12:30pm

Prerequisite required. Automatic registration in FILM 100. Students must enroll for both courses. Class includes online component.

ENGL

Peninsula College

Staff

Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component.

5cr TWThF D216

5cr

8:00am-9:00am

This section includes an online component. Placement based on ASSET or COMPASS scores.

2180* AUO Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support.

FUND OF ENGLISH 9:10am-10:10am

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

2230* AUO

Prerequisite required. This section includes an online component.

From urban to rural, discover the writers of Southern England and learn how their environment shaped their lives and writings. Dr. Fred Thompson will introduce you to Jane Austin, Thomas Hardy, Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot and others. Lively class discussions will let you follow author footsteps and see the environs reflected in their writings. Course is a prelude to a potential summer 2010 Literary Tour of Southern England, which will include exploration of early castles, Stonehenge, the English coast, Stratford, London, Bath and other literary sites. Visit our website at www.pc.ctc.edu to register. ENGL

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

TTh

D215

LITERARY MAG PROD IV 12:30pm-1:30pm

TWF

5cr Thompson F

1-3cr M234

Staff

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu

Environmental Science ENVS& 100 2440

COL

First Aid

SURVEY OF ENV SCIENCE ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

5cr Ganzhorn J

Family Life Education

FA

Parents and their children (10 months to three-years-old) participate in a program with children’s activities and parent discussions. Parents register at the preschool site and earn college credit while enrolled in these courses. For information about Peninsula Pre-3 Cooperative (Port Angeles), contact Amy Brilhart at 681-7883. For more information about Peninsula College Family Life Education programs, contact Pam Maurides at 417-6496 or visit the website: http://pc.ctc.edu/fle/default.asp.

For information about Peninsula Cooperative Preschool (Port Angeles), contact Bonnie Schmidt at 477-4012; for Crescent Cooperative Preschool (Joyce), contact Susan Hopper at 928-3878; and for Lower Elwha Head Start, contact Rosemary NewDay at 452-8471, ext. 160. For more information about Peninsula College Family Life Education programs, contact Pam Maurides at 417-6496 or visit the website: http://pc.ctc. edu/fle/default.asp

The Tales We Tell Love a good story? Explore storytelling in films and literature with professors Bruce Hattendorf and Matt Teorey. Some of the people you will meet are: Writers William Faulkner Louise Erdrich Philip K. Dick

Register for both ENGL& 112 and FILM 100 and earn 10 credits. Class meets Tuesday through Friday, 10:20 to 12:30. to register, please visit www.pc.ctc.edu.

P1

INDUS FIRST AID

1cr

9:00am-6:00pm 9:00am-6:00pm

Su Su

M125 M125

McKeen D Robbins T

9:00am-6:00pm 9:00am-6:00pm

Su Su

M125 M125

McKeen D Robbins T

SaSu

M125

Hansen M

Class tuition: $75.90 No refund after class meets. Class meets 10/25/09.

2460

P2

Class tuition: $75.90 No refund after class meets. Class meets 12/6/09.

FA

105

2470

P

INDUS FIRST AID 9:00am-5:00pm

1cr

Class tuition: $75.90 No refund after class meets. Class meets 10/17 to 10/18/09.

FA

120

2480

PARENTS’ PRESCHOOL COOPERATIVE A parent participation and education program offered in conjunction with a preschool for children (three to five years old). Parents register at the preschool site and earn college credit while enrolled in these courses.

100

2450

PARENTS & TODDLERS

Film Directors Alfred Hitchcock Orson Welles Federico Fellini

PA Classes for Credit

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

A

EMERGENCY MED TECH 6:00pm-10:00pm 9:00am-5:00pm

W Sa

9cr M125 M125

Wright J Knobbs A

FA

180

F A FOR HEALTH PROVIDERS

1cr

2500

P1

9:00am-6:00pm

Sa

LE-1

Moroz D

2510

P2

9:00am-6:00pm

Sa

LE-1

Moroz D

2520

P3

9:00am-6:00pm

Sa

PAFD

Moroz D

Class tuition: $75.90 No refund after class meets. Class meets 11/14/09. Class tuition: $75.90 No refund after class meets. Class meets 11/21 to 11/21/09.

Class tuition: $71.10 No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Angeles Fire Department. Class meets 12/2/09.

Film FILM

100

2530* AUO

ART OF FILM 10:20am-12:30pm

5cr TWThF D216 Hattendorf B

Prerequisite required. Automatic registration in ENGL 112. Students must enroll for both courses. Class includes online component.

Fisheries/Aquaculture Two-year AAS degree. Enter any quarter. Program coordinator: Jack Ganzhorn, 4176493. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

FISH

221

2540* AUO

INTRO TO AQUACULTURE 1:30pm-4:20pm

WF

5cr M115

Ganzhorn J

This section includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

FISH

261

2560* AUO

AQUATIC HABITAT ASSESSMT 1:30pm-5:00pm

TTh

M115

5cr Ganzhorn J

Certificate offered jointly with the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center. Students enrolling must take all 5 credits of Culinary Arts classes. Automatic enrollment in CUL 103, CUL 104, and CUL 295. Additional hours to be arranged. Signature of adviser, Cindy Lauderback (417-6233), required. Class meets at North Olympic Skills Center: 905 West 9th St., Port Angeles. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

CUL 1870

CUL 1880

CUL 1890

101 A

102 A

295

BEG CULINARY ARTS - 1 12:25pm-3:00pm

Daily

1cr LINC

BEG CULINARY ARTS - II 12:25pm-3:00pm

A

ARR

15

Dahll D

1cr

Daily

LINC

Dahll D

ARR

LINC

Dahll D

SPECIAL PROJECT

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support.

Food Service Management

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

www.pc.ctc.edu

Plus 10 hours in ER at OMC. EMT class fee = $242.10. Special application required, available in the Registration office, (360) 452-9277. Additional fee = $10.

This section includes an online component.

From left: Matt Teorey and Bruce Hattendorf.

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

3cr

Peninsula College


PA Classes for Credit

www.pc.ctc.edu

General Studies GS

100

2570* AUO

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

GS

103

2590* AUO

GS

112

2630

GS

WOL

121 A

FRESHMAN SEMINAR 8:30am-11:30am

A

ARR

ARR

GS

A

GS

A

GS

A

5cr

GS

A

2700

A

Drain D

Th

J-16

Drain D

J-16

Drain D

1cr

Th

1cr

Th

1cr J-16

STUDIUM GENERALE Th Th

J-16

Drain D

J-16

Drain D

ARR

ARR

ARR

HIST& 126 2750* AU

2cr Ross R

Prerequisite required.

2760* AU

Prerequisite required.

HIST& 147 2770

COL

2705

124L WOL

2720

090

EARTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE ARR

5cr

ARR

WAOL

2730

2780* AU

095

ARR

HIV/AIDS LICENSURE 7-HRS ARR

ARR

2735

H ED

149

0cr

0cr Numa S

COL

BASIC NUTRITION ARR

2cr ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

150

2740* AUO

NUTRITION

HUMDV 100 2850

A

H ED

180

2745

WOL

5cr WF

8:00am-9:00am

TWThF M238

HEALTH AND WELLNESS ARR

Permission of instructor required.

2860

COL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

16

Cassella-Bla

ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

2940* AU

OCCUPATIONAL EXPLORATION ARR

2950* AU

Adams P

ARR

ARR

Adams P

ARR

ARR

Adams P

D217 Q-9

Gardner J Gardner J

1-2cr

Call 417-6343 for initial appointment.

INTERVIEW SKILLS ARR

2970* AU 2980* BU

1-2cr

HUMAN RELATIONS 11:30am-12:30pm 1:00pm-2:00pm

1-2cr

ARR

RESUME WRITING ARR

1cr Boster M

ARR

Call 417-6343 for initial appointment.

HUMDV 114

1-2cr Clampett B

ONLINE CLASSROOM SUCCESS ARR

HUMDV 112

2990

TWTh TWTh

3cr

101 COL

Ward A

INFO ACCESS IN HEALTH SC ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

1cr Kent D

Information Technology Systems Administrator – AAS program coordinator; Network Infrastructure Specialist – AAS program coordinator: Ken Jacobson, 417-6471. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

IT

107

3100* AU

IT

162

3110* AU

IT

225

3120* AU

INTRO TO NETWORKS 7:45AM- 8:45AM

TWThF M236

UPGRADE & MAINTAIN PC 12:00pm-1:50pm

TWThF M237

WINDOWS SERVER ADMIN 10:00am-11:45AM

TWThF M236

Instructor’s signature or entry code required.

IT

5cr

ARR

M238

PORTFOLIO PRIOR LEARNING ARR

HUMDV 101

Ward A

5cr

This section includes an online component.

Bush D

Human Development

Numa S

Materials and online exam are available from the online course format. Log onto http://angel.pencol.edu/default. asp. Tests must be returned prior to 12/09/09. Students may enroll at any time throughtout the quarter. No refund. Class fee = $42.00.

H ED

5cr ARR

U.S. HISTORY III 1:30pm-3:40pm

Prerequisite required.

INFO

HIV/AIDS LICENSURE-4HRS ARR

COL

5cr

Information Studies

Materials and online exam are available from the online course format. Log onto http://angel.pencol.edu/default. asp. Tests must be returned prior to 12/09/09. Students may enroll at any time throughtout the quarter. No refund. Class fee = $37.00.

H ED

Cassella-Bla

Online course. See sidebar for information.

HIST& 148

HUMDV 120

Online course. See sidebar for information.

COL

TWThF D215

Call 417-6343 for initial appointment.

Health Education H ED

Cassella-Bla

U.S. HISTORY II ARR

HUMDV 115

Geology

5cr

TWThF LH-1

U.S. HISTORY I 9:10am-10:10am

2960* AU

GEOL

WORLD CIVILIZATIONS I 11:30am-12:30pm

HIST& 146

1cr

STUDENT LEADERSHIP

Permission of instructor required.

Drain D

1cr

STUDIUM GENERALE 12:35pm-1:25pm

185

1cr J-16

STUDIUM GENERALE

12:35pm-1:25pm

126

2690

Th

STUDIUM GENERALE

12:35pm-1:25pm

125

2680

Peninsula College

Staff

WAOL

STUDIUM GENERALE

12:35pm-1:25pm

124

2670

* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

D215

STUDIUM GENERALE

12:35pm-1:25pm

123

2660

Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

Daily

3cr

LEARNING FOR 21 CENTURY

12:35pm-1:25pm

122

GS

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support.

Gardner J

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

2650

COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

2cr LE-2

Class reserved for new students or instructor permission only. Class will meet in classroom 9/2 - 9/12 and then, online for the rest of the quarter. Class meets 9/2 to 9/12/09.

GS

WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09.

TTh

Class reserved for new students or instructor permission only. This section includes an online component.

2640

Online courses.

History

COLLEGE LEARNING SKILLS 9:10am-10:10am

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

290

3170* LUO

INTRO NETWORK INFRASTRUC 2:00pm-3:30pm

TWThF M237

5cr Snyder S

5cr Knight T

8cr Snyder S

5cr Camp S

Prerequisite required. Class is held in a lab format with instructor support, also includes additional hours online. Email address required at time of registration.

WAOL Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu IT

291

3180* LUO

ROUTER CONFIG & PROTO 2:00pm-3:30pm

5cr

TWThF M237

Camp S

Instructor’s signature or entry code required. Class is held in a lab format with instructor support, also includes additional hours online. Email address required at time of registration.

IT

292

3190* LUO

CISCO 3 2:00pm-3:30pm

5cr TWThF M237

Camp S

Instructor’s signature or entry code required. Class includes additional hours online. Email address required at time of registration.

IT

293

3200* LUO

CISCO 4 2:00pm-3:30pm

5cr TWThF M237

Camp S

Instructor’s signature or entry code required. Class includes additional hours online. Email address required at time of registration.

Massage Therapy

3220* AUO

ETHICS & COMMUNICATION 12:10pm-3:00pm

Th

2cr

A-7

Lawson A

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only. This section includes an online component.

MASST 105 3230* AUO

KINESIOLOGY I 12:10pm-3:00pm 9:10am-10:00am

3cr T F

A-7 A-7

Lawson A Lawson A

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only. This section includes an online component.

MASST 116 3240* AU

ANAT, PHYSIOL, & PATH I 9:00am-11:20am

TTh

5cr A-7

Hauge /Markli

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only.

MASST 125 3250* AU

MOVEMENT RE-EDUCATION 10:10am-11:10am

W

A-7

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only.

MASST 137 3260

A

HIV / AIDS 9:10am-3:00pm

1cr Lawson A

0.5cr M

A-7

Amestoy R

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only. Class meets 10/26/09 only.

MASST 153 3270* AUO

BODYWORK THEORY I 9:10am-11:00am

W

2cr A-7

Lawson A

A-7 1

Lawson A

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only.

MASST 154 3275* AUO

BODYWORK TECHNIQUE I 11:40am-3:00pm

WF

5cr

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only. Additional fee = $15.

MASST 158 3290

A

HYDROTHERAPY 9:10am-3:00pm

1cr MSa

A-7

Lawson A

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only. Class meets 11/14 and 11/16/09 only.

MASST 251

ADV STU CLINIC II

2cr

3300

A

ARR

ARR

A-7

3310

B

ARR

ARR

A-7

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only.

PREALGEBRA TWThF V-2

3330* BU

9:10am-10:10am

TWThF D215

Biery M

3340* CU

10:20am-11:20am

TWThF M213

McCallum J

3350* DU

11:30am-12:30pm

TWThF V-3

Melendy G

3360* EU

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF V-3

McCallum J

Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required.

3370

COL

ARR

Melendy G

ARR

Smith L

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

MATH

072

ELEM ALGEBRA

5cr

3380* AU

8:00am-9:00am

TWThF D215

3390* BU

10:20am-11:20am

TWThF V-1

3400* CU

11:30am-12:30pm

TWThF M213

3410* DU

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF V-1

Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required.

3420

COL

ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

MATH

099

Ebert D Kim T Anderson R

INTER ALGEBRA

5cr TWThF M213

3450* BU

10:20am-11:20am

TWThF V-3

Daniel M

3460* CU

1:30pm-2:30pm

TWThF V-2

Motyka A

Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required.

3470

COL

ARR

3475

MATH 3480

Ebert D

ARR

Anderson R

ARR

WAOL

ARR

Melendy G

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

MATH& 107

MATH IN SOCIETY

WOL

ARR

5cr

Online course. See sidebar for information.

110

SURVEY OF MATH

COL

ARR

5cr

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

MATH& 141

PRECALCULUS I

5cr

3500* AU

8:00am-9:00am

TWThF V-3

Daniel M

3510* BUO

9:10am-10:10am

TWThF V-2

Anderson R

3520* CU

10:20am-12:30pm

TTh

V-2

Motyka A

3525* DUO

11:30am-12:30pm

TWThF V-1

Kim T

Prerequisite required. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite required. This class includes an online component. Please contact instructor for further information. Graphing calculator required. Prerequisite required. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite required. This class includes an online component. Please contact instructor for further information. Graphing calculator required.

PRECALCULUS II 9:10am-10:10am

MATH& 146 MW

V-3

3/5cr Biery M

3540* AU

5cr TWThF V-3

INTRODUCTION TO STATS 10:20am-12:30pm

WF

Daniel M

5cr V-2

Prerequisite required. Graphing calculator required.

17

www.pc.ctc.edu

Kim T

9:10am-10:10am

Prerequisite required.

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

Biery M

3440* AU

Prerequisite required. Students must enroll in 3 or 5 credits only.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

5cr

8:00am-9:00am

Graphing calculator required. Prerequisite required.

APPL MATH FOR PROF TECH 6:10pm-8:20pm

064

3320* AU

3530* AU

Math–Applied 1130* PU

MATH

MATH& 142

Class reserved for Massage Therapy students only.

AMATH 121

Mathematics

Prerequisite required.

One-year certificate (three-quarter program). Fall quarter entry, admission by application. Program coordinator: Aleilah P. Lawson, 417-6569. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

MASST 101

PA Classes for Credit

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

Motyka A

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College


PA Classes for Credit MATH& 151

www.pc.ctc.edu 5cr

MED

3550* AUO

8:00am-9:00am

CALCULUS I: ANALYT GEOM TWThF V-1

Smith L

3630

3555* BUO

9:10am-10:10am

TWThF V-1

Smith L

MED

This class includes an online component. Please contact instructor for further information. Graphing calculator required. Prerequisite required.

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

This class includes an online component. Please contact instructor for further information. Graphing calculator required. Prerequisite required.

One-year certificate. Enter either Fall or Winter quarter. Admission to program by application. Program coordinator: Jen Gouge, 417-6465. For more information, go to www. pc.ctc.edu.

101

3560* AUO

INTRO TO HEALTH CARE 9:00am-10:30am

MW

3cr LE-1

Gouge J

Students must be enrolled in Medical Assistant program or have instructor permission. Entry code required to register on the web. This section includes an online component. Additional fee = $10.

3570* BUO

11:00am-12:30pm

MW

LE-1

Gouge J

Students must be enrolled in Medical Assistant program or have instructor permission. Entry code required to register on the web. Class includes an online component. Additional fee = $10.

MED

110

3580* AUO

ANAT & PHYS/MED TERM I 1:30pm-4:00pm

TW

5cr LE-1

Staff

Students must be enrolled in Medical Assistant program or have instructor permission. Entry code required to register on the web. This section includes an online component.

3590

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College

BUO

1:30pm-4:00pm

ThF

LE-1

Staff

Students must be enrolled in Medical Assistant program or have instructor permission. Entry code required to register on the web. This section includes an online component.

MED 3600

120 AUO

ESSEN OF MED ACCTG 5:30pm-7:30pm

M

5cr LE-1

This section includes an online component.

MED

150

3610* AUO

MEDICAL BILLING CONCEPTS 9:00am-10:30am

TTh

LE-1

Snyder C

3cr Menichini D

Students must be enrolled in Medical Assistant program or have instructor permission. Entry code required to register on the web. This section includes an online component.

3620* BUO

11:00am-12:30pm

TTh

165 A

CLINICAL PRACTICUMS ARR

ARR

6cr LE-1

Gouge J

LE-1

Staff

Students must be enrolled in Medical Assistant program or have instructor permission. Entry code required to register on the web. Additional fee = $15.00.

3640

173 P

INFECTIOUS DISEASES 5:00pm-7:30pm

TTh

5cr

Multimedia Communications

Medical Assistant

MED

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

LE-1

Menichini D

Students must be enrolled in Medical Assistant program or have instructor permission. Entry code required to register on the web. This section includes an online component.

Prevention Control Treatment

Two-year AAS degree. Enter any quarter. Program coordinator: Mia Boster, 417-6484. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

MEDIA 110 3650* AUO

INTRO MULTIMEDIA GRAPHIC 11:30am-1:20pm

WF

This section includes an online component.

3660

COL

ARR

5cr

M133 McEnerney D

ARR

McEnerney J

Online course. See sidebar for information.

MEDIA 111 3670* AUO

INTRO TO MULTIMEDIA WEB 9:10am-11:00am

TTh

5cr

M133

Boster M

This section includes an online component.

3680

COL

ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

MEDIA 170 3690* AU

INTRO TO GRAPHIC DESIGN 1:30pm-3:40pm

Prerequisite required.

MEDIA 175 3700* AUO

TTh

5cr M133

Shipova M

M133

Boster M

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 11:30am-1:20pm

TTh

4cr

This section includes an online component.

3710

COL

ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

MEDIA 181 3720* AU

LITERARY MAG PROD I 12:30pm-1:30pm

MEDIA 201 3730* AUO

ARR WF

3cr Staff

M133

Boster M

5cr

This section includes an online component.

3740

COL

ARR

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

MEDIA 204 3750* AUO

DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION 1:30pm-3:40pm

WF

COL

ARR

ARR

Boster M

5cr M133 McEnerney D

This section includes an online component.

3760

Boster M

M236

DIGITAL IMAGE EDITING 9:10am-11:00am

Boster M

McEnerney J

Online course. See sidebar for information.

Learn about the epidemiology, diagnosis and management of infectious diseases through case studies and earn credits in our Medical Assistant Program. Online component included.

Enroll in our Infectious Diseases course today by visiting www.pc. ctc.edu. 18

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


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PA Classes for Credit

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

Heat up your life and follow your dreams! Jam with others and improve your improvisational techniques in our Jazz Ensemble class. Meets twice a week, Tuesday and Thursday, from 1:30 to 3:40 pm.

MB LE

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

ENSE

www.pc.ctc.edu

Call 360.417.6405 to speak to the instructor, Dr. David Jones. MEDIA 260 3770

A

INTERNSHIP ARR

1-5cr

ARR

Boster M

Permission of instructor required.

3860

3780* AU

MUSIC APPRECIATION 9:10am-10:10am

Theme: A World of Sound

3785

MUSC

WOL

3800

115 130 A

HISTORY & APPRECIATION 10:20am-11:20am 11:30am-12:30pm

136

3810* AU

TWThF J-7 TTh

J-7

3820

A

TTh

J-7

MUSIC THEORY I 1:30pm-3:40pm

Crabb D Crabb D

1-2cr

Plus one hour to be arranged. Permission of instructor required.

MUSC& 141

WAOL

1-2cr

JAZZ ENSEMBLE 1:30pm-3:40pm

Jones D

5cr

CHAMBER CHOIR

Permission of instructor required.

MUSC

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

3790* AU

MUSC

ARR

5cr

TWThF J-7

Jones D

5cr WF

J-7

Crabb D

Student is encouraged to contact instructor before registering.

MUSC 3830

160 A

PI PIANO–BEGINNING ARR

ARR

ARR

1-2cr Jones D

Lessons taught at Olympic Music School in Sequim. Instructor’s signature or entry code required.

MUSC 3840

161 A

PI VOICE–BEGINNING ARR

ARR

ARR

1-2cr Crabb D

Lessons taught at Olympic Music School in Sequim. Instructor’s signature or entry code required.

MUSC 3850

170 A

PI PIANO–INTERMEDIATE ARR

ARR

ARR

1-2cr Jones D

Lessons taught at Olympic Music School in Sequim. Instructor’s signature or entry code required.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

171 A

PI VOICE–INTERMEDIATE ARR

ARR

ARR

1-2cr Crabb D

Additional fees for private instruction required. Chamber ensembles and private instruction on other instruments are also available. For more information, contact Dr. Crabb, 4176437. Instructor’s signature or entry code required.

Music MUSC& 105

MUSC

MUSC 3870

MUSC 3880

184 A

230 A

PENINSULA COLLEGE CHOIR 12:30pm-1:30pm

3890

231 B

11:30am-12:30pm

236

3900* AU

Permission of instructor required.

MUSC 3910

TTh

J-7

Crabb D

TTh

J-7

Crabb D

TTh

J-7

Jones D

1-2cr

JAZZ ENSEMBLE 1:30pm-3:40pm

1-2cr

260A PI–COMPOSITION A

ARR

1-2cr Crabb D

1-2cr

CHAMBER CHOIR 11:30am-12:30pm

Permission of instructor required.

MUSC

J-7

CHAMBER CHOIR

Permission of instructor required.

MUSC

TWF

2cr

ARR

Jones D

Additional fees for Private instruction. Instructor’s signature or entry code required.

MUSC 3920

284 A

PENINSULA COLLEGE CHOIR 12:30pm-1:30pm

TWF

J-7

1-2cr Crabb D

Nursing Two-year AAS degree (three years to complete). Fall quarter entry, admission by application. Program coordinator: Marca Davies, 417-6455. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

NURS

100

3940* AUO

INTRO TO NURSING 8:00am-8:50am

Th

1cr L-11

Craven K

Class includes an online component. Additional fee = $43.25.

3950

COL

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

Davies M Craven K

Online course. See sidebar for information. Includes a mandatory, by arrangement, on-campus meeting for clinicals and ERI assessment-assessment fee = $20. Students must have access to MS Word (Office 98 or above) and be proficient in basic word processing skills. Additional fee = $20.

19

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College


PA Classes for Credit NURS

101

3960* AUO

www.pc.ctc.edu NURSING I

10cr

4123

A

10:30am-11:20am

MW

YMCA

Chapman A

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

L-11 L-11

McCurdy C Davies M

4125

B

6:30pm-7:20pm

TTh

YMCA

Chapman A

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

L-11 L-11

Craven K Davies M

This section includes an online component. Students must be admitted to the Nursing Program. Additional fee = $89.25.

3970* BUO

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

Class includes an online component. Students must be admitted to the Nursing Program. Additional fee = $76.

NURS 3980

199 A

LPN-RN TRANSITION ARR

201

3990* AUO

www.pc.ctc.edu

3cr

ARR

ARR

McCurdy C

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

LE-2 LE-2

Rathod B Davies M

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

LE-2 LE-2

Stickelmeyer Davies M

Permission of instructor required.

NURS

NURSING IV

12cr

Class includes an online component. Additional $15.00 for insurance. Automatic registration into PHARM 123, item number 4350. Students must be enrolled in the Nursing Program. Additional fee = $76.

4000* BUO

Class includes an online component. Additional $15.00 for insurance. Automatic registration into PHARM 123, item number 4350. Students must be enrolled in the Nursing Program. Additional fee = $76.

Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA. Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA.

PE

108

CONDITIONING & WELLNESS

1cr

Workouts must be done at Peninsula College or the Clallam County Family YMCA. Orientation on 9/24 at 7:00am and 2:00pm; and 9/24 at 6:00pm in Peninsula College gym.

Online courses.

COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

4030

C

8:00am-8:50am

TTh

YMCA

Chapman A

4040

D

8:00am-8:50am

MF

YMCA

Chapman A

Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (Body Blast Fitness Class). Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (Stability Ball class).

Nicholls R

For equipment rental and class location, call Robert at (360) 808-2271. Class meets at 129 West 1st., Port Angeles.

PE

152

4140

A

TAE KWON DO LEVEL 2 6:30pm-7:30pm

1cr

MTh

Nicholls R

For equipment rental and class location, call Robert at (360) 808-2271. Class meets at 129 West 1st., Port Angeles.

PE

162

4150

WEIGHT TRAINING I

A

ARR

ARR

1cr N-9

Chapman A

N-9

Chapman A

ARR

N-9

Chapman A

Workouts must be done at Peninsula College or the Clallam County Family YMCA. Orientation on 9/24 at 7:00am and 2:00pm; and 9/24 at 6:00pm in Peninsula College gym.

PE

163

4170

WEIGHT TRAINING II

A

ARR

ARR

1cr

Workouts must be done at Peninsula College or the Clallam County Family YMCA. Orientation on 9/24 at 7:00am and 2:00pm; and 9/24 at 6:00pm in Peninsula College gym.

PE

164

4190

WEIGHT TRAINING III

A

ARR

1cr

PE

192

AEROBIC FITNESS I

1cr

4210

A

7:00am-7:50am

TTh

YMCA

Chapman A

4220

B

9:00am-9:50am

MW

YMCA

Chapman A

Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (World Rhythms Class). Students enrolled in this course will get a free YMCA membership for the quarter.

Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (Step Class). Students enrolled in this course will get a free YMCA membership for the quarter.

PE

193

AEROBIC FITNESS II

1cr

7:00am-7:50am

TTh

YMCA

Chapman A

Students enrolled in this course will get a free YMCA membership for the quarter. 4050 A ARR ARR Chapman A

4240

B

9:00am-9:50am

MW

YMCA

Chapman A

4070

C

8:00am-8:50am

TTh

YMCA

Chapman A

PE

4080

D

8:00am-8:50am

MF

YMCA

Chapman A

PE

PE

109

CONDITIONING & WELLNESS

Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (Body Blast Fitness Class). Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (Stability Ball class).

PE

128 P1

SEA KAYAKING 3:00pm-6:00pm

ALDW

King D

For equipment rental and class location information, call Dave at 360-452-1443. Class meets at 123 Lake Aldwell Road, PA.

P2

5:30pm-8:30pm

M

ALDW

4110

PE 4120

PE

133 A

134 A

142

VOLLEYBALL I 12:30pm-1:30pm

King D

1cr N-9

Chapman A

WF

N-9

Chapman A

1cr

YOGA

1cr

Students enrolled in this course will get a free YMCA membership for the quarter.

20

A

ADV BASKETBALL MEN I 2:00pm-2:50pm

For varsity athletes only.

220 A

For varsity athletes only.

PE

230

4310

A

PE

240

4340

P

2cr

MTWTh N-9

ADV BASKETBALL WOMEN I 4:00pm-4:50pm

MTWTh N-9

ADV SOCCER FOR MEN I 2:00pm-2:50pm

Stewart P

2cr Crumb A

2cr

MTWTh N-9

ADV SOFTBALL - WOMEN I 4:00pm-4:50pm

For varsity athletes only.

WF

VOLLEYBALL II 12:30pm-1:30pm

210

4250

For varsity athletes only.

For equipment rental and class location information, call Dave at 360-452-1443. Class meets at 123 Lake Aldwell Road, PA.

PE

Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (Step Class). Students enrolled in this course will get a free YMCA membership for the quarter.

4280

1cr Su

Classes will be held at the Clallam County Family YMCA (World Rhythms Class). Students enrolled in this course will get a free YMCA membership for the quarter.

1cr

Workouts must be done at Peninsula College or the Clallam County Family YMCA. Orientation on 9/24 at 7:00am and 2:00pm; and 9/24 at 6:00pm in Peninsula College gym.

4100

Peninsula College

1cr

MTh

A

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support.

* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

TAE KWON DO LEVEL 1 6:30pm-7:30pm

4230

4090

Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

A

Workouts must be done at Peninsula College or the Clallam County Family YMCA. Orientation on 9/24 at 7:00am and 2:00pm; and 9/24 at 6:00pm in Peninsula College gym.

Students enrolled in this course will get a free YMCA membership for the quarter. 4010 A ARR ARR Chapman A

WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09.

151

4130

Physical Education PE

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

Chapman A

2cr

TWThF N-9

Cheney J

Pharmacology PHARM 123 4350

COL

CLINICAL PHARMACOLGY III ARR

ARR

1cr

Numa S

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu

Philosophy PHIL& 101 4360

COL

4365

WOL

PHIL

4425

INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY

5cr

ARR

ARR

Grimes T

ARR

ARR

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information. Online course. See sidebar for information.

105

4370* AU

CRITICAL THINKING 10:20am-11:20am

4380* AU

10:20am-11:20am 1:30pm-4:20pm

5cr

TWThF M120 Th M120

Staff Staff

INTRO POLITICAL SCIENCE 10:20am-12:30pm

TTh

5cr M125

AU

5cr

ARR

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 11:30am-12:30pm

Additional fee = $13.25.

WAOL

WAOL

5cr

TWThF D215

Spring W

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

5cr

TWThF D215

Spring W

4410* BU

2:40pm-3:40pm

TWThF M238

Spring W

Prerequisite required. Prerequisite required.

ARR

101

4450* AU 4460 COL

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 9:10am-10:10am ARR

5cr

TWThF LH-1 ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

4465

WOL

SOC

115

ARR

ARR

Mauger J Atkins B

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

WAOL

Online course. See sidebar for information.

4470* AU 4475 WOL

UNDERSTANDING DIVERSITY 1:30pm-3:40pm ARR

WF ARR

M238

WF TTh

M125 M125

Online course. See sidebar for information.

5cr Mauger J WAOL

Social Sciences

10:20am-11:20am

COL

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

Stengel D

4400* AU

4420

LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY

WOL

PSYC& 220

SOC& GENERAL PHYSICS I

Psychology PSYC& 100

ARR

Grimes T

Political Science 4390* AU

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

Sociology

Prerequisite required. Additional fee = $15.

POLS& 101

4430

5cr

TWThF M121

WOL

PSYC& 200

4440

Physics PHYS& 121L

PA Classes for Credit

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

ARR

SOCSI

101

4480* AU 4485* BU

GLOBAL ISSUES 10:20am-12:30pm 1:30pm-3:40pm

5cr Lauer R Stengel D

Porter-Brown D

Online course. See sidebar for information. Prerequisite required.

Online courses.

Literature of Latin America

WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

Enroll in SPAN 260 and study contemporary Latin American short stories and songs with Spanish Professor Dr. Reina Barreto. You’ll polish your listening, reading, writing and speaking skills as you become familiar with great literature. As an extra bonus, you’ll be able to take advantage of Dr. Barreto’s research interest in Latin American and Caribbean literature. Class meets TWTh, 2:15 to 3:35 pm. Prerequisite: SPAN& 123, two years of high school Spanish, the equivalent, or permission of instructor. Call 360.417.6255 to register. Fall 2009 Class Schedule

21

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College


PA Classes for Credit

www.pc.ctc.edu

Spanish SPAN& 121

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

4490* AU 4495* BU 4500 COL

SPAN

WELD 4565

SPANISH I 10:20am-11:20am 9:10am-10:10am ARR

5cr TWThF M134 TWThF M134 ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information.

260

4505* AU

Barreto R Barreto R Duenas V

LITERATURE OF LATIN AMER 11:30am-12:50pm

TWTh

M134

5cr Barreto R

Water Quality Control STI

121

4445

A

NUTRIENT CONTROL 8:00am-5:00pm

2cr

MTWTh M215

Staff

Class fee = $20. Class meets 11/2 to 11/5/09. Instructor permission required.

WELD

10cr

MTWTh Q MTWTh Q

Wheeler C Grasteit A

210

ADV WELD & METAL FAB I

15cr

4570

AW

8:00am-12:30pm

Daily

Q-14

Newton J

4580

BW

1:00pm-5:30pm

Daily

Q-14

O’Dell J

Instructor’s signature or entry code required. Additional fee = $90. Instructor’s signature or entry code required. Additional fee = $90.

4630

290 A

WELDING CERTIF PREP ARR

ARR

1-6cr

ARR

O’Dell J

Instructor’s signature or entry code required. Additional $10 per credit welding fee.

Woodworking-Homebuilding WWHB 105

Two-year AAS degree, one-year certificate. Program coordinators: Jim Newton and Jeramie O’Dell, (360) 417-6541. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

110

ALUMINUM WELDING I 5:30pm-9:30pm 5:30pm-9:30pm

One-year certificate. To enroll, contact Cindy Lauderback, 417-6233. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

Welding WELD

140 P

Students must contact Anne Grasteit at 360-681-5127 or by email: grasteit@olypen.com to enroll.

WELD

Certificate program. Program coordinator: Bob Lawrence (360) 417-6344. For more information, go to www.pc.ctc.edu.

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

BEG WELD & METAL FAB I

15cr

4510

AW

8:00am-12:30pm

Daily

Q-14

Newton J

4520

BW

1:00pm-5:30pm

Daily

Q-14

O’Dell J

Permission of instructor required. Additional fee = $90. Permission of instructor required. Additional fee = $90.

4640

P

WWHB 110

BLUEPRINT READING 6:00pm-9:00pm

W

3cr V-1

CARPENTRY I

Slota F

11cr

4650

A

8:00am-10:45AM

Daily

Peterson D

4660

B

12:25pm-3:00pm

Daily

Stites R

Class meets on the job site; 10th & Milwaukee, Port Angeles. Class meets at Sequim Community School, 220 West Alder. Signature of Adviser required.

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09.

Register Now! Classes begin September 21, 2009 Visit our website at www.pc.ctc.edu

COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College

22

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


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Distance Learning

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

Distance Learning Online Courses

BUS 220

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (11)

PSYC&100

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (21)

BUS& 101

INTRO TO BUSINESS (11)

PSYC&200

LIFESPAN PSYCHOLOGY (21)

Additional fee: $8.00 per credit. Students can access their courses at any time, using a computer connected to the internet. Computers are available on main campus and extension sites. Online classes have distinct start and end dates and require about 3 hours per credit per week for participation and study time. WAOL quarterly start and end dates vary from Peninsula College dates and are listed in the bulletin course description. For additional information, visit the Peninsula College Distance Learning website at www.pc.ctc.edu/academics/ telelearning/default.asp or contact Distance Learning Coordinator: Vicki Sievert, 360.417.6272. For more information about online learning and technology requirements go to www.waol.org/getstarted/ default.asp where you can take a selfassessment quiz. Students enrolling in their first online class should also enroll in HUMDV 101, Online Classroom Success, to help them navigate the course. The number in parentheses () is the page of this bulletin where the class information may be found.

C B T104

INTRO TO KEYBOARDING (11)

SOC& 101

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY (21)

C B T105

KEYBOARD SPEED/ACCURACY (11)

SOC 115

UNDERSTANDING DIVERSITY (21)

CAT 111

INTRO TO MS VISTA (11)

SPAN&121

SPANISH I (22)

CAT 114

POWERPOINT QUICK COURSE (11)

CAT 116

WINDOWS/FILE MANAGEMENT (11)

CAT 117

WORD BASICS (11)

CAT 118

EXCEL BASICS (11)

CAT 119

ACCESS BASICS (11)

CAT 130

INTRO TO MS WORD (11)

CAT 140

INTRO TO EXCEL (11)

Online courses for Fall 2009

CHEM&110L CHEMICAL CONCEPTS W/LAB (11) CHEM&121L INTRO TO CHEMISTRY (11) CHEM&131L INTRO TO ORGANIC/BIOCHEM (11) INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE (11)

CJ& 110

CRIMINAL LAW (11)

E C E115

INTRO TO CHILD CARE (13)

ITV Classes for Fall 2009

ECON 101

INTRO TO ECONOMICS (13)

HSSA& 101

INTRO ADDICTIVE DRUGS (10)

ENGL 090

FUND OF ENGLISH (13)

HSSA 136

RELAPSE PREVENTION (10)

ENGL 091

FUND OF ENGLISH (14)

HSSA 165

CHEMICAL DEP ETHICS (10)

ENGL 092

FUND OF ENGLISH (14)

ECE 101

OBSERVE & PARTICIPATE (13)

ENGL&101

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (14)

ECE 107

NUTRITION, HEALTH, SAFETY (13)

ENGL&102

COMPOSITION II (14)

ECE 120

ENGL&244

AMERICAN LITERATURE I (14)

ENVIRONMENTS FOR CHILDREN (13) PRACTICUM I (13)

ENGL&254

WORLD LITERATURE I (14)

ECE 146

ENVS&100

SURVEY OF ENV SCIENCE (15)

ECE 171

INFANT-TODDLER RELATIONS (13)

G S 112

LEARNING FOR 21 CENTURY (16)

EDUC& 114

CHILD DEVELOPMENT (13)

GEOL 124L

EARTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE (16)

H ED 180

HEALTH & WELLNESS (16)

HIST&147

U.S. HISTORY II (16)

HUMDV101

ONLINE CLASSROOM SUCCESS (16)

INFO 101

INFO ACCESS IN HEALTH SC (16)

ANTH&100

SURVEY OF ANTHROPOLOGY (10)

MATH 064

PREALGEBRA (17)

AOS 105

WORD PROCESSING APPL I (10)

MATH 072

ELEM ALGEBRA (17)

AOS 110

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I (10)

MATH 099

INTER ALGEBRA (17)

AOS 111

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II (10)

MATH 110

SURVEY OF MATH (17)

WORD PROCESSING APPL II (10)

MATH&107

MATH IN SOCIETY (17)

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I (10)

MEDIA110

INTRO MULTIMEDIA GRAPHIC (18)

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION II (10)

MEDIA111

INTRO TO MULTIMEDIA WEB (18)

ART& 100

ART APPRECIATION (10)

MEDIA175

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (18)

ASTR&100

SURVEY OF ASTRONOMY (10)

MEDIA201

DIGITAL IMAGE EDITING I (18)

BIOL 105

INTRO TO CELL BIOLOGY (11)

MEDIA204

DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION (18)

BUS 110

SMALL BUSINESS PLANNING (11)

MUSC&105

MUSIC APPRECIATION (19)

FUND OF PURCHASING I (11)

NURS 100

INTRO TO NURSING (19)

FUND OF PURCHASING II (11)

PHARM123

CLINICAL PHARMACOLGY III (20)

PHIL&101

INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY (21)

AOS 205 AOS 285 AOS 286

BUS 130 BUS 131

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Interactive Television uses video conferencing technology to connect an instructor and students in a regular classroom setting at two or more locations. ITV allows “real time” visual and audio contact between and among students and the instructor when they are located at distance sites.

CJ& 101

PRIN OF ACCOUNTING I (10)

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Noncredit Online Noncredit Online classes are available in a variety of topics— from Desktop Applications and Web Design to Grant Writing and Personal Enrichment. For enrollment information and a complete list of classes, go to pc.ctc.edu and click on Community Education. Peninsula College offers classes through both Learn-it-Online and ED2GO. For additional information or help, contact Cindy Guoan at 360.417.6230 or at cindyg@pcadmin.ctc.edu.

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The following courses meet in Port Angeles and are open to anyone 18 years of age or older. Tuition for noncredit courses must be paid at the time of registration. All of the Arts C-AA

080

C-AI

DRAWING FROM NATURE

Learn to draw what you see in nature, add color, and teach those skills to others! Designed for parents and teachers of children K-6th, this workshop includes userfriendly, classroom-ready visual aids, drawing techniques, games, songs, integrative art, science and writing projects. Call (360) 452-6334 for materials list. Last day to register October 8, 2009. Washington State clock hour offered. Bring a sack lunch. N130 N 9:00am-3:00pm Sa P-9 Grinstad R No refund after class meets. Class fee = $65. Class meets 10/17/09.

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CERAMIC WORKSHOP

Express yourself with clay! Clay has been a durable artistic medium for thousands of years. In this workshop, you will explore various methods of hand building with clay, learn how to fire an electric kiln, and glaze your final pieces. By following step-by step instructions, you will create cups, bowls, plates, and sculptural pieces. This class is geared toward beginners, but will offer advanced instruction for those with clay experience. Students will have access to studio space after class hours. Fifty lb clay, glaze, and electric firing will be provided. Additional materials and firing space available upon request with additional fee. Last day to register is September 9, 2009. Material fee is nonrefundable after September 9, 2009. Washington State Clock hours offered. N140 N 6:00pm-8:00pm T ARR LaBlond D No refund after class meets. Class meets at The Orchards, 2602 Plum Court, Port Angeles. Orchard is located on West 14th street past “O’ street. For further driving directions call Dani LaBlond at (360) 452-6659. Class fee = $240. Class meets 9/15 to 11/3/09.

C-AE Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course.

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PAINT A SILK SCARF

Join artist Roxanne Grinstad and create an origianl silk scarf. Bring a sack lunch, wear old clothes and a smile. Roxanne will supply materials and patterns. If you have a special subject in mind, bring pictures and drawing paper. Questions? Call (360) 4526334. Last day to register November 2, 2009. N145 N 9:00am-3:00pm Sa P-9 Grinstad R No refund after class meets. Class fee = $85. Class meets 11/14/09.

C-AI

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No refund after class meets. Class fee = $39. Class meets 10/17/09.

C-AI

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REAL LIFE INTO FICTION

Writers lead double lives. As participants and observers, we make notes and gather material, all possible grist for fiction. Learn how to mine your life for fiction potential. Shift through memories, recall details, alter facts, play “what if...?” and transform real people into fiction characters. Class includes exercises and idea starters to generate material for a short story or scene for a novel. Working with this raw mosaic, you’ll create a short manuscript, for review in a read and critique session. N160 N 4:00pm-6:00pm W M234 Macdonald J No refund after class meets. Class fee = $49. Class meets 9/23 to 10/28/09.

FICTION WRITING

No refund after class meets. Class fee = $49. Class meets 9/23 to 10/28/09.

Digital Media/Photography C-D

002

NATURE PHOTOGRAPHY

The Olympic Peninsula is one of the most photogenic and photographed regions of North America. Using the region as our natural laboratory, learn photography skills centered on image composition, effective use of equipment in a variety of conditions, and special techniques for photographing plants and animals. Through photographic studies and field trips students will have opportunities to learn the intricacies of photographing wildlife and scenery, while at the same time gaining and appreciation for nature as the ideal photo topic. Students will provide their own transportation. Saturday field trips 10/3 & 10/10. For more inf contact instructor at (360) 565-0151. Washington State Clock hours offered. Class meets in room #902. N190 N 3:30pm-5:30pm T 902 Smith C No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Angeles High School, 304 East Park St., Port Angeles, WA. Class fee = $79. Class meets 9/22 to 10/27/09.

Environmental Interest S-E

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TIDE POOL EXPLORATION

An interactive learning experience designed to familiarize you with the amazing biodiversity of the local marine environment. Completion of the course satisfies the requirements for volunteering at the Feiro Marine Life Center. Washington State Clock hours offered. N600 N 5:00pm-7:00pm T MAR Campbell B Class fee = $58. Class meets at the Arthur D. Feiro Marine Life Center/City Pier. Marine Lab is downtown next to the Landing Mall. Class meets 9/22 to 11/24/09.

WRITE FOR PROFIT

With 51,000 periodicals published annually, opportunities abound writing for publications targeting a consumer, business, academic, or trade niche. Even with no experience, they’re often easy to break into, and interesting to write for. Learn how to quickly connect with, and keep, the editors who are always looking for good writers. N155 N 9:00am-12:00pm Sa M234 Wissmann C

020

Have you always wanted to write fiction but didn’t know where to start? Do you have an idea for a book romance, mystery, or horror? From concept to first draft, published author Janice Macdonald will help you create a blueprint for your novel using essential building blocks such as sense of place, strong dialogue and pacing. N165 N 6:00pm-8:00pm W M234 Macdonald J

Food & Entertainment C-F

046

COOKING THAI WITH SOM

Come learn the exciting secrets of amazing Thai cooking with Som! This evening we will learn two main dishes and a delicious finger-food adapted to the Thai style! Learn how to wrap your own healthy spring rolls! In this seminar students will get handson practice with food prep and cooking. Menu: Thai Baked Chicken with Sweet Chili Sauce, Honey Barbeque Pork, Vietnamese Spring Rolls Thai Style. N240 N1 6:30pm-9:00pm M LCK Sukjaroen S No refund after class meets. Class meets at the Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St., Port Angeles. Class fee = $45. Class meets 9/21/09.

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THAI COOKING WITH SOM

This evening we will learn a very traditional meal in which we make our own curry bowls out of banana leaves! Use local fish to make one of the tastiest curries you will ever know. And we will balance the curry with a spicy cashew chicken dish and our wonderful cucumber salad. In this seminar students will get hands-on practice with food prep and cooking. Menu: Salmon Curry With Banana Leaves, Cucumber Salad & Thai Style Cashew Chicken. N241 N2 6:30pm-9:00pm M LCK Sukjaroen S No refund after class meets. Class meets at the Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St., Port Angeles. Class fee = $45. Class meets 9/28/09.

C-F

048

COOKING THAI WITH SOM

This evening we will prepare three of the most flavorful of all Thai dishes. We will learn about exotic and important Thai herbs and spices while we prepare for one of the tastiest meals you have had in a long time! You will be able to make these dishes comfortably at home using easily-found ingredients. In this seminar students will get hands-on practice with food prep and cooking. Menu: Grilled Lemongrass Pork Tenderloin, Chicken Fried Rice, Shushee Shrimp With Red Curry & Kaffir Lime Leaves. N242 N3 6:30pm-9:00pm M LCK Sukjaroen S No refund after class meets. Class meets at the Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St., Port Angeles. Class fee = $45. Class meets 10/5/09.

C-F

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VEGETARIAN THAI WITH SOM

Thai food is fantastic when eating from a vegetarian perspective! By popular demand, Som has prepared a phenomenal vegetarian menu using ingredients that are easily found locally and still provide the spectacular flavors that Thai cuisine is famous for. In this seminar students will get hands-on practice with food prep and cooking. Menu: Tofu With Coconut Soup, Tofu Satay With Peanut Sauce, Veggie Fried Rice. N243 N4 6:30pm-9:00pm M LCK Sukjaroen S No refund after class meets. Class meets at the Lincoln Center, 905 West 9th St., Port Angeles. Class fee = $45. Class meets 10/12/09.

Garden & Home C-GA

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DECORATING BASICS

Local designer guides you through a step-by-step course designed to help you decorate your own home. Paint, flooring, cabinet, styles, countertops, lighting, and textiles are amont the items to be addressed. Make and take home your own color board with new inspiration to decorate with confidence. N260 N 9:00am-10:30am Sa SHRM Chomica T No refund after class meets. Class meets at The Showcase, 833 E. Front Street, Port Angeles. Class fee = $89. Class meets 9/26 to 10/10/09.

C-GC

046

HOLIDAY LIGHTED BASKETS

Summer hanging baskets are beautiful; now learn how to create magnificent holiday baskets using various colorful evergreens and hundreds of lights for a truly unique Peninsula creation. Class fee includes your basket, the evergreens, your lights, and cord. Dress warm! N590 N1 10:00am-2:00pm Sa MAY May A No refund after class meets. Class meets at Andrew’s house: 483 Westridge Road, Port Angeles. Two miles up Black Diamond, left on Westridge road. Class fee = $65. Class meets 11/21/09.

Health & Fitness C-H

047

ACUPUNCTURE BASICS

Join Pat Flood, M.S., L.Ac., for an introduction to Acupuncture and the fundamentals of Chinese medicine. This is a great opportunity to learn some basics on these interesting topics with the added option of participating in a group acupuncture session similar to those provided by Pat in her work with post-Katrina survivors. N275 N1 3:30pm-5:30pm T M121 Flood P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $24. Class meets 10/20/09.

S-H

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STRENGTH & REJUVENATION

Research has shown that strength training can turn back the biological clock. Two days per week can help you gain strength, bone density, balance, flexibility, vitality, energy, and enjoyment in life’s activities. Learn basics of strength training and many other ways to reverse the aging process. Suggested reading: Strong Women Stay Young by Miriamm E. Nelson, Ph.D. Instructor is certified by the ACSM as a personal trainer and teaches yoga and wellness at Peninsula College. N650 N1 5:00pm-5:50pm TTh GYM Silveria J Class fee = $34 Class meets 9/22 to 12/1/09.

Job Training/Certification C-J

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FLAGGING

Learn training in the channeling and control of traffic in or near road construction. Upon successful completion of training, receive a three-year certification. N300 N1 9:00am-4:00pm Sa M238 Ellefson D No refund after class meets. Class fee = $59. Class meets 10/3/09.

C-J

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FUNDAMENTALS OF CAREGIVING

This DSHS curriculum is for those who want to work in adult family homes, Assisted Living facilities (boarding homes), and in-home care. PreReq F A 180. N310 NI 8:30am-4:30pm MTF ARR Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $145.04. Class meets 9/25 to 9/30/09.

Write for Profit Learn how to write for publications targeted at: • Consumers • Businesses • Academia • Trades Register for C-AI 010 #N155 by calling

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Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course. New course this quarter.

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MENTAL HEALTH CAREGIVING

Designed to teach a basic understanding of mental illness and caring for the mentally ill. N315 NI 1:00pm-4:00pm W ARR Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $44. Class meets to 9/30/09.

C-J

092

DEMENTIA CAREGIVING

The Dementia for Caregivers class provides an overview of the many tyopes of dementia, including Alzheimers, Lewy Body, and vascular. Provides caregiver an empathetic understanding of residents with dementia. N320 NI 8:30am-3:30pm Th ARR Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $49. Class meets 10/1/09.

C-J

093

NURSE DEL & TRAINING

This is a self-study course approved for 9 hours of CE credit. Study materials and video are picked up at registration and must be completed prior to test date. N325 NI 8:00am-10:00am F ARR Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $46.62. Class meets 10/2/09.

C-J

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NURSE DEL & DIABETES

This is a self-study course approved for 9 hours of CE credit. Study materials and video are picked up at registration and must be completed prior to test date. N330 NI 10:00am-2:00pm F ARR Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $46.62. Class meets 10/2/09.

C-J

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MODIFIED FUND CAREGIVE

Self-study course for credentialed CNAs, LPNs, RNs, PTs, and OTs who want to work in adult family homes, Assisted Living facilities (boarding homes), and in-home care. Meets DSHS requirements. N335 NI 1:00pm-3:00pm F ARR Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $36.26. Class meets 10/2/09.

Language & Culture Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

C-L

020

New course this quarter.

Olympic Peninsula C-O

010

RAILROADS

Learn the general historical background of the railroad in North America and then concentrate on the histories of the 30+ railroads that operated in Clallam County. The histories of the local railroads will be illustrated through maps and photographs and with hands-on artifacts. A short section will cover current-day rail travel in the US, UK, and Australia. N510 N 7:00pm-9:00pm T M125 Hauff S No refund after class meets. Class fee = $40. Class meets 9/22 to 10/20/09.

S-O

009

NATURAL HISTORY OLY PEN

Join Coke Smith, conservation biologist, teacher, and professional photographer to explore the natural wonders of our Olympic Peninsula from the sea to the alpine. Experience the habitats and species that make up the ecosystems of the Olympic Peninsula through field trips, photo essays, and discussions. Specific topics of this course will include Olympic Peninsula geology and glaciation as well as a detailed explanation of our local plant communities. The course will also present a detailed survey of Olympic flora. We will learn about the various animals on the peninsula ranging from the marine intertidal to terrestrial invertebrates and the megafauna of the region. Salmon ecology and the Elwha Dams removal will also be a special topic addressed in the course. Student responsible for own transportation. Field trips on Saturdays, 10/17 and 10/24. Washington State clock hours offered. N515 N 3:30pm-5:30pm W 902 Smith C Class fee = $58. Class meets at Port Angeles High School, 304 East Park St., Port Angeles, WA. Class meets 9/23 to 12/2/09.

Special Features S-SF

001

INVESTMENTS 101

Learn about stocks, bonds, mutual funds, annuities, and how they fit into your portfolio. Discussions include risk analysis and management, benefits of diversification, retirement planning prior to and in retirement, cost and fees associated with investing, tax impacts on investing, and estate planning. N800 N 2:00pm-3:50pm T M134 Frick G Class fee = $58. Class meets 9/22 to 11/24/09.

SIGN LANGUAGE

An introduction to the vocabulary and visual features of sign language. For students interested in communicating with deaf persons. Washington State clock hours offered. N345 N 6:00pm-8:00pm W M121 Gustason G No refund after class meets. NO CLASS on Wednesday, November 11, 2009 - Veteran’s Day. Class fee = $66. Class meets 9/23 to 12/2/09.

S-SF

006

CURRENT TRENDS INVESTING

The world of investing changes quickly and new trends can mean challenges and opportunities. The class will explore the most current events in the economy and in investing and give you insights into how even in these times, the market can work for you. N805 N 2:00pm-3:50pm Th M134 Frick G Class fee = $58. Class meets 9/24 to 12/3/09.

Take the first step toward a career in the health professions. Train for potential jobs in: Nursing Homes Assisted Living Adult Family Homes Hospitals Home Health Care

* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course.

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Classes in Port Angeles and Forks, October 5 through October 22, 2009 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Clinical 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily. For more information call Fran Dodson, 360.417.6505 Peninsula College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. Coordination of compliance is the responsibility of the Human Resources Officer, PC HR Office, 360.417.6212.

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students welcome. Materials extra. Bring a lunch. Contact instructor for materials list: lindal@pcadmin.ctc.edu. Washington State clock hours offered. S143 S 12:30pm-4:30pm Sa SR Larsen L No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $69. Class meets 10/17 to 10/24/09.

Basic Studies Register for Basic Studies classes with the instructor during class. For information, call (360) 417-7981 or 417-6382. Classes meet at Sequim Community School, 220 West Alder.

TRANSITION EDUCATION Small- and large-group instruction in reading, writing, mathematics, and basic computer skills to prepare students for the General Education Development (GED) Test for high school equivalency or transition to college classes. 8:00am-11:30am MTWTh 8W Herbold N Class meets at Sequim Community School, 220 W. Alder.

C-AI

For persons for whom English is a non-native language. Includes practice in reading, writing, speaking, listening, pronunciation, and interaction skills. 1:00pm-3:30pm MTTh 8W Zamberlin N 5:30pm-8:00pm MTTh 8W Chapman T Class meets at Sequim Community School, 220 W. Alder. ESL classes begin 9/14/09

Family Life Education PARENTS & TODDLERS Parents and their children (10 months to three years old) participate in a program with children’s activities and parent discussions. Parents register at the preschool site and earn college credit while enrolled in these courses. For information about Sequim Pre-3, contact Heidi Krzyworz at 582-0287. For more information about Peninsula College Family Life Education programs, contact Pam Maurides at 417-6496 or visit the website: http://pc.ctc.edu/fle/default.asp.

Community Classes All of the Arts 020

BEGINNING DRAWING

Designed for beginners, but all levels welcome. Cover the basics of line, value, form, and perspective in a supportive environment with a focus on encouraging your creativity. Media will be graphite pencil. For materials list contact instructor at lindal@pcadmin.ctc.edu. S102 S 1:30pm-4:30pm Th SR Larsen L No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $189. Class meets 9/24 to 11/19/09.

C-AB

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BEG ACRYLIC PAINT

Discover a world of possibilities with acrylic paints. This beginning course includes color mixing and composition, a range of techniques from a traditional approach, watercolor, resist methods, palette knife, mixed media, and more. No solvents necessary; clean up with water. Contact instructor, Linda Larsen at lindal@pcadmin.edu. ctc for supply list after registration. S140 S 1:30pm-4:30pm M SR Larsen L No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $189. Class meets 9/28 to 11/23/09.

C-AB

054

OIL PASTEL WORKSHOP

Oil pastels are versatile, easy to use, and produce beautiful translucent color. Learn basic oil pastel techniques and color mixing in this Saturday course. New and previous Fall 2009 Class Schedule

018

THE JOY OF WRITING

There’s no better time than the present to start writing. Everyone has a story to tell. Whether you write fiction or stories from your past or thoughts about the future, don’t put off writing for another day. This course is designed for everyone who wants a “kick start.” Make the time to share your thoughts by putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard). In a positive atmosphere, writers at every level can experience the joy of writing and improve how they write without fear of being graded or negatively criticized. S148 S 3:00pm-5:00pm T SR Redshaw R No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. NO CLASS on 10/20/09. Class fee = $59. Class meets 9/22 to 10/27/09.

ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE

C-AA

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Computers/Technology S-C

015

COMPUTER BASICS

Wishing you knew more? Whether you’ve already had a class or haven’t turned on your computer, this basic class will help you improve your skills. Information on purchasing the right computer is included with the terminology and component information you need to know to ask questions. Topics include creating, moving, and organizing files and folders, opening and closing software, basic computer maintenance, saving and sending your pictures, the Internet and Internet security, researching online and email communications. Open up a whole new world of information and communication and enjoy the experience! S555 SU1 3:00pm-5:00pm M Brock-Richmond Class fee = $63. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class meets 9/21 to 11/23/09.

Digital Media/Photography C-D

003

GRAVESTONES & CEMETERIES

Genealogy may be the second most popular hobby in America today making good gravestone and cemetery photography essential for the researcher. Gravestones and cemeteries can be among the most challenging of photographic subjects. This twoday workshop will show you how to get clear and sharp photos, what equipment you will need, specific techniques required, cemetery legal and ethical considerations, and how to share your photos with online cemetery and genealogy sites. Students will provide their own transportation for the field trip. Field trip on Saturday, September 26, 2009; 10am to 4pm. Bring sack lunch. S560 S 1:00pm-4:00pm T DD Bassett DJ No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $79. Class meets 9/22 to 9/26/09.

C-D

006

NATURAL LANDSCAPE PHOTO

Three-day class. Here we are in the shadow of the majestic Olympic Mountains, close to dramatic coastal beaches and the spectacular Strait of Juan de Fuca—a not-tobe-missed opportunity for great photography. Learn the secrets of the masters and discover how to use color, light, and composition to create outstanding images. Learn to build a solid technical foundation that enables you to take the photographs you’ve always wanted to take. Discussion covers such topics as depth-of-field, lenses, natural light, metering, exposure and difficult lighting situations. The second classroom session will include positive print/image reviews, discussions of issues raised on the field session and what your next step in photography may be. Students will provide their own transportation for the field trip. Field trip on Saturday, October 3, 2009, 10am to 2pm. Bring a sack lunch. S563 S 1:00pm-4:00pm T DD Bassett DJ 10:00am-2:00pm Sa DD Bassett DJ No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $99. Class meets 9/29 to 10/6/09.

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Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course. New course this quarter.

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Art Classes with Marina Shipova Learn to draw or improve your skills with artist and graphic designer Marina Shipova. She offers a series of colored pencil workshops focused on topics of artistic interest that provide the opportunity to practice specific techniques. Each class has step-by-step instructions as well as information on tools, materials, shading, and various techniques. Students need to bring their own colored pencils. Paper is provided.

All workshops meet from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $35 each. No refund after class meets. C-AA

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FALL LEAVES

Learn how to draw realistic, full-color leaves from nature. Bring your choice of color and leaf species. Students will be led, step-by-step, through the workshop focusing on colored pencil techniques. Students please provide colored pencils. Paper will be supplied. S100 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 9/21/09.

C-AA

035

BIRD AND BIRDHOUSES

We are going to study a new approach to drawing birds. This time birds are in motion (flying, moving, etc..). This will be in conjunction with drawing old, weathered and rustic bird houses. Students please provide colored pencils. Paper will be supplied. S103 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 10/5/09.

C-AA

042

BOTANICAL STUDY

You want to draw vegetables so they look realistic, using proper shapes and colors. It’s not too hard. Soon you will be drawing vegetables that look good enough to eat. This concise guide for artists at every level, features easy-to-follow steps for realistic depictions of vegetables like onions. Shading techniques, composition, shadow, and light methods and outlining approaches that will help artists recapture basic botanical drawing with vitality and expression. S105 S Monday ODSH Shipova M

C-AA

046

SEA OTTER DRAWING

Sea otters give us the opportunity to study wet hair texture drawing. Another aspect of this workshop will be the exploration of drawing the reflections of moving and standing water. Students please provide colored pencils. Paper will be supplied. S107 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 10/19/09.

C-AA

051

COUNTRY BARNS

Learn to draw a barn and bring the best of the farm to life. Learn how to draw a barn landscape in just few simple steps. We will learn drawing and shading techniques that allow artists to create a wide variety of old wood textures, from rusty mossy wood to smooth stones. With easy-tounderstand information on tools and materials, basic strokes, shading techniques and more you will learn everything aspiring artists need to know to start creating their own masterful works of landscape art. S109 S Monday ODSH Shipova M

C-AA

064

BOTANICAL STUDY - HOLLY

This workshop is great for beginners. We will be studying the classical approach to classical, botanical illustration as close to nature as possible. Students please provide colored pencils. Paper will be supplied. S110 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 11/2/09.

C-AA

081

NATIVE AMERICAN PORTRAIT

In this workshop, we will learn how to draw a human portrait in general and specifically we will study the textures of classic Native American faces from photographs. Please bring colored pencils. Paper will be provided. S111 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 11/9/09.

Class meets 10/26/09.

Class meets 10/12/09.

The following NEW classes are offered in Mixed Media with Marina Shipova. Students, please bring your own colored pencils. Some classes require additional materials. These are listed with class title.

All workshops meet from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $35 each. No refund after class meets. C-AE

017

MIXED MEDIA- FALL LEAVES

We will explore a new media this fall. We will create the background in watercolor and add the final details in colored pencil. This speeds up the drawing process and brings new emotionality to the finished work. Students please provide colored pencils, watercolor paper, and watercolors. S120 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 9/28/09.

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SNOWSCAPES

Snowscapes are always beautiful and mysterious to behold. Drawing and painting snowscapes requires several special skills which we will be discovering in this class. Students please provide colored pencils. Paper will be supplied. S125 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 11/16/09.

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019

CHRISTMAS CARDS

In this workshop we will learn how to design and draw/paint Christmas cards both in colored pencil, watercolor and white acrylics. Think how nice it will be to send Christmas cards this Christmas that you have created yourself. Students please provide colored pencils, paper and other materials will be supplied. S130 S Monday ODSH Shipova M Class meets 11/23/09.

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Cooking with Mushrooms Cookbook author Magdalena Bassett shares her mushroom expertise with students in a series of workshops that highlight her experiences with mushroom hunting on the Olympic Peninsula. Mushroom foray maps, hands-on cooking demonstrations, recipes, anecdotes, questions and answers, handouts, and email support will all be featured. Each class provides recipes and samples.

NEW Coo Class king es

No refund after class meets. Class meets at the Sequim Prairie Grange, 290 Macleay Road, Sequim. Cost = $55 per class. C-F

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CHANTERELLES

Includes treasure-hunt style foray map and instructions, cooking demo, mushroom hunting lore, information about local resources, and detailed printed handouts with information and recipes. S150 S1 1:30pm- 4:00pm Th SQPR Bassett M Class fee = $55. Class meets 9/24/09.

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018 COOKING WITH CHANTERELLES

Learn how to choose, clean, and prepare chanterelles for cooking. Participate in hands-on demos including Stuffed Puff Pastry Appetizers, Chanterelle Risott, Chanterelle Cream Soup, Egg Tart with Chanterelles and Leaks, and more. S160 S1 1:30pm- 4:00pm Th SQPR Bassett M Class fee = $55. Class meets 10/1/09.

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COOKING WITH MUSHROOMS

Wild and store bought. Preparation techniques for delicious dishes with oyster, shiitake, white button, portabella, and crimini mushrooms. Hands-on demo will include Mushroom and Onion Phylo Packets, Brioche Mushroom Roll, Oyster Mushroom chips, Portabella Schnitzels, and more. S170 S1 1:30pm- 4:00pm Th SQPR Bassett M Class fee = $55. Class meets 10/22/09.

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020

PRESERVING MUSHROOMS

Wild and store bought. Participate in hands-on demonstration of marinating mushrooms, and creating dishes with reconstituted dried mushrooms. Learn to prepare Mushrooms in Pastry, Mushroom Blintzes, Porcini Soup, marinated and Fresh Mushroom Tart, and more. S180 S1 1:30pm- 4:00pm Th SQPR Bassett M Class fee = $55. Class meets 11/5/09.

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BEYOND AUTOMATIC

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PHOTOSHOP FOR ARTISTS

This 3-day intermediate photography class offers a solid foundation for understanding the potential for creating personally expressive photographs using your digital camera. Learn how manual and built-in features of your digital camera can support your personal vision instead of impeding it. This class takes intermediate photographers from exposure compensation, manipulation of depth-of-field, shutter speed and more, to the ultimate goal of creating more compelling photographs. Second and third sessions will include positive commentary and discussion on participant photographs. S564 S 1:00pm-4:00pm T DD Bassett DJ 10:00am-1:00pm Sa DD Bassett DJ

Learn how to use your computer and Photoshop as a means to link your creative intentions with digital flexibility. These interactive classes create confidence with a click of a mouse and a wave of a magic wand. Lessons will cover techniques with visually active lectures and demonstrations with provided instructional materials and structured hands-on exercises. Participants are encouraged to bring their own personal projects to customize their learning. This course requires an active imagination and basic computer knowledge. Bring your own laptop. Laptop must have Photoshop CS installed (any version will work as this is an introductory class.) S575 S1 3:00pm-5:00pm W Brock-Richmond

C-D

S-D

No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $99. Class meets 10/13 to 10/27/09.

009

GENEALOGY/SCANNING PHOTO

Getting ready to scan those boxes of old photographs in your garage or closet? Tattered and faded photos can be a challenge to scan. Learn about proper resolution settings for your scanner. Discover the difference between TIFF and JPEG digital files and how to properly archive them when you are finished. This demonstration workshop will give you the skills to scan your family photos with confidence, produce high quality prints for your family tree and albums, and optimize images for uploading to online genealogy sites. S566 S 1:00pm-4:00pm T DD Bassett DJ No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $79. Class meets 11/3 to 11/10/09.

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011

3D DESIGN WITH SKETCHUP

A four-session course designed to get you started with using Google’s free Sketchup 3D drawing and modeling software. Students will learn the basic tools for drawing 3D models by designing a simple piece of furniture and a space. This course is for beginners with Windows-based PC experience. Students are encouraged to bring their own laptop. S570 S 6:00pm-7:45pm T DD Forsbeck K

No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $99. Class meets 9/23 to 10/28/09.

042

PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS

Preserve your history through pictures. Develop skills using Adobe Photoshop Elements computer software to edit digital images and prepare photos for the Internet (web or e-mail). We’ll supply the photos and teach you the techniques to work with your own pictures. Students should have basic computer skills. S590 SU1 5:30pm-7:30pm M Brock-Richmond Class fee = $63. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class meets 9/21 to 11/23/09.

S-D

043

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS II

This class builds on image techniques learned in Photoshop Elements I and takes them beyond the basics. Unleash the image editing and enhancement capabilities of Elements through Adjustment Layers, Blending Modes, and Smart Brush to make images extraordinary. Learn gradients, montages, painting black and white, brush options, art techniques, and more. Prerequisite: Photoshop Elements I or Photoshop. S595 SU1 5:00pm-7:00pm W Brock-Richmond Class fee = $63. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class meets 9/23 to 12/2/09.

* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course. New course this quarter.

No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $109. Class meets 9/22 to 10/13/09.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09.

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Food & Entertainment C-F

021

PUFF PASTRY

Cream Puffs, Eclairs, Shrimp Puffs, Croutons, and other sweet and savory uses for puff pastry. The class starts with a shared appetizer—fresh bread, mozzarella, tomatoes and basil—followed by a demonstration of several pastries. Tasting, questions and answers, detailed printed handouts with information and recipes, email support. S185 S1 1:30pm-4:00pm Th DD Bassett M No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $55. Class meets 10/15 to 10/15/09.

C-F

022

CHOCOLATE

Tart, Cake, Choc-Choc Chip Cookies, Brownies. The class starts with a shared appetizer —baguette with pesto, goat cheese and roasted peppers—followed by a demonstration of several pastries. Tasting, questions & answers, detailed printed handouts with information and recipes, email support. S190 S1 1:30pm-4:00pm Th DD Bassett M No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $55. Class meets 11/5/09.

C-F

023

HOLIDAY PASTRY

Tiramisu, Meringues, Boucht Noel. The class starts with a shared appetizer—fresh bread, local artisan cheese, fresh fruit—followed by a demonstration of several pastries. Tasting, questions & answers, detailed printed handouts with information and recipes, email support. S195 S1 1:30pm-4:00pm Th DD Bassett M

C-GB

C-GA

Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course. New course this quarter.

Peninsula College

002

025

SEQUIM SEASONAL GARDEN

Horticulturist Andrew May believes this is the best climatic zone for gardeners in North America. He will guide you through the year with season-by-season instruction. Fall is the most crucial time of year for ensuring success in next year’s garden. Join him for this season’s best gardening tips! S225 S 10:00am-12:00pm F ART May A No refund after class meets. Class meets at Sequim Senior Center, 921 E. Hammond, Sequim. Class fee = $89.

C-GC

001

GARDEN WORKSHOP

Intensive hands-on, get-dirty workshop. Dress for the weather and bring your pruners if you want to join horticulturist Andrew May in this field tour of two of his gardens. Students will be involved in hands-on demonstrations learning to do the things that create a successful garden for the coming year. Class meets in the field. Bring a sack lunch and your own transportation. S230 S 9:30am-4:30pm Sa May A No refund after class meets. Class meets 10/17/09. Class fee = $65. Class meets 143 Marigold Lane, Sequim.

Language & Culture C-L

020

SIGN LANGUAGE

An introduction to the vocabulary and visual features of sign language. For students interested in communicating with deaf persons. Washington State clock hours offered. S245 S 6:00pm-8:00pm T SR Gustason G No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $76. Class meets 9/22 to 11/24/09.

No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $55. Class meets 11/12/09.

C-L

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021

SIGN LANGUAGE II

Continuation of C-L 020, Sign Language. Washington State clock hours offered. S250 S 6:00pm-8:00pm Th ODSR Gustason G

HOMEOWNERS – REMODEL 101

A one-session seminar providing information for homeowners on planning budgeting, design process, permits and construction for residential exterior and interior remodels. S220 S 5:30pm-8:30pm T DD Forsbeck K

No refund after class meets. Class meets in Old Dungeness School House. 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. No class on Thursday, 10/29/09 and 11/26/09. Class fee = $76. Class meets 9/17 to 12/3/09.

No refund after class meets. Class meets at Dungeness Design, 520 N. Sequim Avenue, Sequim. Class fee = $45. Class meets 10/20/09.

Learn about Photography! Learn about different aspects of photography with D.J. Bassett, professional photographer and photography instructor. • • • •

Natural Landscape Photography Gravestones and Cemeteries Beyond Automatic Genealogy/Scanning Photos

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060

INTRO TO SPANISH

S-H

This class is an introduction to Spanish, starting with basic greetings and focusing on verbal communication in everyday situations. Students will learn vocabulary, basic grammar structures, and have the opportunity for verbal practice in a variety of participatory activities. Culture topics will be integrated into the lessons. Optional homework will be given. Washington State Clock hours offered. S260 S 10:00am-12:00pm T SR Pasco J No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $99. Class meets 9/22 to 11/10/09.

C-L

066

INTERMEDIATE SPANISH

This class is for students with some working knowledge of Spanish. We will focus on communication, brush up on the present and past tenses, and add vocabulary and grammar structures. There will be a variety of participatory activities and opportunities for practice. Culture topics will be integrated into the lessons. Students can suggest grammar and vocabulary topics. Optional homework will be provided. If you are unsure which level you should be in, please contact instructor at 683-8979. Washington State Clock hours offered. S265 S 12:30pm-2:30pm T SR Pasco J No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $99. Class meets 9/22 to 11/10/09.

C-L

086

BEGINNING FRENCH

For beginners and on-going students of the French language. La Fete Franchise II is a mixture of grammar, culture, pronunciation, food, and fun for the far-from-fluent francophone. Washington State clock hours offered. S270 S 11:00am-1:00pm Th SR Duenas V No refund after class meets. Class meets downstairs South room at the Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $116. Class meets 10/1 to 11/19/09.

Health & Fitness S-H

018

9:00am-9:50am

TTh

SBGC

Frazier C

Class fee = $34 Class meets at Sequim Boys and Girls Club, 400 W. Fir Ave., Sequim. Class meets 9/22 to 12/1/09.

S-H

028

BEGINNING TAI CHI

This class is for beginning Tai Chi students. Tai Chi is an ancient form of Chinese exercise and self-defense designed to improve physical health, decrease stress, and bring unity to mind, body and spirit. Tai Chi uses martial arts movements performed very slowly in order to improve balance coordination and strength. It is often called “moving meditation.”Tai Chi is a beautiful flowing set of exercises that improves flexibility, coordination, balance and cardiovascular fitness. S910 S 5:00pm-6:00pm TTh ODSH Biery M Class fee = $34 Class meets in Old Dungeness School House. 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. No class on Thursday, 10/29/09. Class meets 9/17 to 11/24/09.

S-H

029

YOGA

Class fee = $34 Class meets in Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class meets 9/21 to 11/23/09.

S921

S2

9:00pm-10:50pm

M

ODSH Boekelheide

S922

S3

5:30pm-7:20pm

M

ODSH

Class fee = $34 Class meets in Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class meets 9/21 to 11/23/09.

TAI CHI

This class is for students that have taken the Beginning Tai Chi class. Tai Chi is an ancient form of Chinese exercise designed to improve physical health and decrease stress. Performing martial arts movements very slowly, Tai Chi is a great way to improve flexibility, coordination, balance and cardiovascular fitness for all ages and abilities. This class allows students to follow the entire form each class and then focus on individual practice. S915 S 6:15pm-7:15pm TTh ODSH Biery M

Olympic Peninsula C-O

001

FLY-FISHING BASICS

Learn the basics of fly-fishing. Class provides information about tackle and techniques on how to catch a fish with a fly. Students will provide their own gear and transportation. Field trip on 10/17/09. Location to be announced. S275 S 6:00pm-9:00pm M ODSH Link R ARR Sa ODSH Link R No refund after class meets. Class meets in Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $160. Class meets 9/21 to 10/12/09.

C-O

003

FLY-FISHING WORKSHOP

Learn how to apply the fundamentals from fly-fishing basics class. Includes three Satruday field trips, each with prior Monday classroom instruction explaining waters, techniques, and flies to be used when fly-fishing the Olympic Peninsula. Students will provide their own gear and transportation. Field trip locations to be announced. S280 S 6:00pm-8:00pm M ODSH Link R

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077

FISHING HOT-SPOTS

Learn where the Olympic Peninsula’s fishing hot-spots are located: the beaches, estuaries, rivers, streams, high lakes, lowland lakes, beaver ponds, and open salt waters. The tackle used, techniques, and existing fisheries are also discussed. There are three classroom sessions with three Saturday field trips. Students will provide their own gear and transportation. Field trip locations to be announced. S300 S 6:00pm-8:00pm MSa ODSH Link R No refund after class meets. Class meets in Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $160. Class meets 11 to 11/28/09.

Special Features S-SF

020

LECTURE SERIES

A unique opportunity to attend college lectures on a wide range of topics in the Arts and Sciences delivered by Peninsula College faculty and administrators. Speaking on areas of expertise and/or current research interests, presenters will be thought provoking and occasionally controversial—but always interesting. Topics and presenters will be published on our website at www.pc.ctc.edu/community_education/ Washington State clock hours offered. S945 S 3:15pm-5:15pm W East N Class fee = $46. Lectures meet at the Sequim High School Board room. 503 North Sequim Avenue, Sequim. No lecture on November 11, 2009. Veteran’s Day. Class meets 9/23 to 11/18/09.

Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course. New course this quarter.

Class fee = $34 Class meets in Old Dungeness School House. 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. No class on Thursday, 10/29/09. Class meets 9/17 to 11/24/09.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

Wasous C

Class fee = $34 Class meets in Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class meets 9/21 to 11/23/09.

BALANCE AND FITNESS

Class fee = $34 Class meets at Sequim Boys and Girls Club, 400 W. Fir Ave., Sequim. NO CLASS on Monday, May 25, 2009. Memorial Day. Class meets 9/21 to 11/30/09.

S2

033

We will explore basic yoga techniques for stress reduction, and to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and body awareness. This class is not designed or appropriate for students who have limited mobility or balance instability. Please check with your health care professional before starting any exercise or yoga program. Bring yoga sticky mat and two firm blankets. S920 S1 1:00pm-2:50pm M ODSH Wasous C

No refund after class meets. Class meets in Old Dungeness School House, 2781 Towne Rd., Sequim. Class fee = $160. Class meets 10/19 to 11/7/09.

This is fitness and balance exercises for the unexercised; a fun and rewarding class. One hour classes twice a week include a warm-up and gentle exercise for balance, health, and stretching. S905 S 9:00am-9:50am MW SBGC Frazier C

S906

Sequim

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East Jefferson County To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

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Biology BIOL T110

Serving Brinnon, Chimacum, Nordland, Port Hadlock, Port Ludlow, Port Townsend, and Quilcene. 298 Battery Way Port Townsend, WA 98368 Phone: 360.385.4605 Fax: 360.385.4570 Office Hours: Monday–Thursday: 10:00 am6:00 pm, Friday: 10:00 am-1:00 pm. Learning Center 360.379.5687 Jackie Jardine-Moore, Administrator Anna Green, Coordinator Advising and testing available to help place students in appropriate courses.

105 COL

T260* JUI

BIOL

150L

T120* JUO

Online courses.

HSSA

MT

5cr

CLRK

Lapin A

CLRK

Webb G

CLRK

Webb G

RELAPSE PREVENTION

3cr

WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09.

T270* JUI

COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

Register for Basic Studies classes with the instructor during class. For information, call (360) 385-4605.

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College

HSSA

3:45pm-6:40pm

Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

165

T280* JUI

Th

CHEM DEPEND & ETHICS 3:45pm-6:40pm

T

M M

RM-H RM-H

5cr Blackie B Kingfisher J

Communication Studies CMST& 220 T125

JU

PUBLIC SPEAKING 6:00pm-8:30pm

5cr MW

RM-D

Hartt J

Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park.

Computer Applications CAT

116

3cr

117

T140* JLU

WINDOWS/FILE MANAGEMENT ARR

1cr

ARR

LC

Westlund D

ARR

LC

Westlund D

ARR

LC

Westlund D

WORD BASICS ARR

1cr

This class meets at the Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park

Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

136

INTRO TO MARINE BIOLOGY 6:00pm-9:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm

Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class includes an online component. Labs will be held at the Port Townsend Marine Science Center.

CAT

PHYS/PHARM-ALCOHOL/DRUGS 6:45pm-9:15pm

Fetrow E

This class meets at the Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park

Addiction Studies 105

3cr

ARR

Online course. See sidebar for information. Attendance is required on 10/24/09 from 1:30-3:30pm and on 12/5/09 from 1:30-2:30pm. Meet at the Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park, School House, Room I.

T130* JLU

HSSA

INTRO TO CELL BIOLOGY ARR

CAT

118

T150* JLU

EXCEL BASICS ARR

1cr

This class meets at the Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park

Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

Basic Studies TRANSITION EDUCATION Small- and large-group instruction in reading, writing, mathematics, and basic computer skills to prepare students for the General Education Development (GED) Test for high school equivalency or to transition to college classes. 3:00pm-5:30pm MTW I Ely A Class meets at the Port Townsend Extension Site, Fort Worden State Park.

8:30am-11:30am

MTWTh CLRK

Johnson M

Class meets at Jefferson Education Center, 219 W. Patison, Port Hadlock.

ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE For persons for whom English is a non-native language. Includes practice in reading, writing, speaking, listening, pronunciation, and interaction skills. 9:00am-12:00pm MTWTh I Lemay S Class meets at the Port Townsend Extension Site, Fort Worden State Park.

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A variety of Professional/ Technical and Workforce programs are offered in East Jefferson County through a combination of online, faceto-face, and ITV classes. Programs vary based on current demand. The Associate of Arts Transfer Degree is offered on a continuing basis in Port Townsend and includes a variety of course titles from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu CAT

119

T160* JLU

ACCESS BASICS ARR

1cr ARR

LC

Westlund D

This class meets at the Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park

101

T170* JIU

T210* UIO

Th

2cr LEWS

Cline Y

Class includes an online component. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

ECE

107

T180* OUI

NUTRITION, HEALTH, SAFETY 3:30pm-5:30pm

W

LEWS

120

T190* OIU

Cline/Carriveau

ENVIRONMENT FOR CHILDREN 6:00pm-8:00pm

Th

LEWS

3cr Cline Y

Students meet on Port Angeles campus on 10/1 and 12/3. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock. Class includes an online component. Contact instructor for further information.

ECE

146

T200* JIU

PRACTICUM I 4:30pm-5:30pm

LEWS

Cline Y

Class meets at Hadlock site, 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock. Six hours of lab per week TBA.

ECE

171

T205* OUI

INFANT-TODDLER RELATIONS 6:00pm-8:00pm

W

LEWS

3cr LEWS

Berry J

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

5cr

T230* JU1

6:00pm-8:30pm

TTh

RM-H

Cecil W

T240* JU2

3:00pm-5:30pm

MW

RM-D

Hartt J

Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Prerequisite required. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Prerequisite required.

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

Family Life Education 3cr

T

T

English ENGL& 101

3cr

Class includes an online component. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

ECE

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 6:00pm-8:00pm

Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock. Class includes an online component. Contact instructor for further information.

OBSERVE & PARTICIPATE 4:00pm-6:00pm

Education EDUC& 114

Early Childhood Education ECE

East Jefferson County

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

3cr Berry J

Class also includes an online component. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

PARENTS & TODDLERS Parents and their children (10 months to three-years-old) participate in a program with children’s activities and parent discussions. Parents register at the preschool site and earn college credit while enrolled in these courses. For information about Port Townsend Playschool Toddler Group, contact Jen Kingfisher at 379-5681. For more information about Peninsula College Family Life Education programs, contact Pam Maurides at 417-6496 or visit the website: http://pc.ctc.edu/fle/default.asp

Online courses.

STRUCTURED MATH LAB—PORT TOWNSEND Lectures, classroom discussion, online and face-to-face instruction all help students be successful in Math. This is NOT a self-paced lab class. All classes meet in Room F, at the Peninsula College Extension Site, Fort Worden State Park, Port Townsend. The following classes have lectures scheduled with Larry Dewey from 6:00 p.m. to 8:25 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

The following classes have lectures scheduled with Jeff Selby from 4:30 p.m. to 5:55 p.m. Monday through Thursday.

MATH

AMATH 121

064

T330* JUO

PREALGEBRA 6:00pm-8:25pm

5cr MTWTh RM-F

Dewey L

Class includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

MATH

072

T340* JUO

ELEM ALGEBRA 6:00pm-8:25pm

5cr MTWTh RM-F

Dewey L

MTWTh RM-F

Dewey L

Class includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

MATH

099

T350* JUO

INTER ALGEBRA 6:00pm-8:25pm

5cr

Class includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

T100* JUO

APPL MATH/PROF TECH I 4:30pm-5:55pm

3-5cr

MTWTh RM-F

Selby J

MTWTh RM-F

Selby J

MTWTh RM-F

Selby J

MTWTh RM-F

Selby J

Class includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

MATH

110

T360* JUO

SURVEY OF MATH 4:30pm-5:55pm

5cr

Class includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

MATH& 141 T370* JUO

PRECALCULUS I 4:30pm-5:55pm

5cr

COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

Class includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

MATH& 142 T380* JUO

PRECALCULUS II 4:30pm-5:55pm

5cr

Class includes an online component. Prerequisite required.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09.

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* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College


East Jefferson County

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First Aid FA

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T255

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www.pc.ctc.edu

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Social Sciences

F A FOR HEALTH PROVIDERS 9:00am-6:00pm

Sa

ARR

1cr Manly T

Class tuition: $75.90 No refund after class meets. Class meets 10/10/09.

121

T285

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STUDIUM GENERALE ARR

1cr

ARR

Contact the Port Townsend Site at 360.385.4605 for more information.

Staff

Human Development HUMDV 033 T290

JL

DEVELOPMENTAL EDUC I ARR

ARR

1-2cr LC

Westlund D

This class meets at the Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park

HUMDV 112 T300* JU

OCCUPATIONAL EXPLORATION ARR

T310* JU

Adams P

ARR

Adams P

RESUME WRITING ARR

1- 2cr

Call (360)417-6343 for initial appointment.

HUMDV 115 T320* JU

INTERVIEW SKILLS ARR

1- 2cr ARR

Call (360)417-6343 for initial appointment.

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required.

Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Peninsula College

Adams P

Philosophy PHIL

105

T400* JU

CRITICAL THINKING 3:00pm-5:30pm

TTh

5cr RM-D

Cecil W

Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park.

PE

108

T405

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CONDITIONING & WELLNESS ARR

1cr

ARR

Staff

ARR

Staff

ARR

Staff

Contact Port Townsend Site at 360.385.4605 for available times.

PE

142

T407

J

YOGA ARR

1cr

Contact Port Townsend Site at 360.385.4605 for available times.

PE

162 J

WEIGHT TRAINING ARR

1cr

Contact Port Townsend Site at 360.385.4605 for available times.

Political Science POLS& 202 T410* JUO

AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 3:00pm-5:30pm

101

T420* JU

GLOBAL ISSUES 6:00pm-8:30pm

5cr TTh

RM-D

Roberts J

TTh

RM-H

Duenas V

Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park.

M

SPAN& 121 T430* JU

5cr RM-H

Stengel D

Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class includes an online component.

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SPANISH I 3:00pm-5:30pm

5cr

Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park.

Community Classes All of the Arts C-AA

012

DRAW IN A DAY

Yes, you can learn to draw! This one-day course, limited to beginners, will introduce you to basic drawing and develop your natural ability. Bring a 2B drawing pencil, 14x17 sketch book, and your lunch. Washington State Clock hours offered. T805 J 9:00am-4:00pm Sa RM-I Larsen L No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $49. Class meets 9/26/09.

C-AA

090

DRAWING I

Beginning Drawing class is designed to help break barriers of fear and encourage your creativity. You will “learn to see” while you study the basics of line, value, form and perspective. Mediums will include charcoal, conte crayon, pencil, pen and India ink wash. All levels welcome. Supplies list available one week before class. Materials extra. T807 J 9:30am-12:30pm T RM-D Lansdon M No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $106. Class meets 10/13 to 11/10/09.

C-AB

Physical Education

T409 Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support.

1- 2cr

ARR

Call (360)417-6343 for initial appointment.

HUMDV 114

SOCSI

Spanish

General Studies GS

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

003

ACRYLIC PAINTS

In a relaxed, supportive environment, learn tried-and-true techniques as you paint with a professional artist. Explores acrylics, a forgiving, versatile painting medium. (No solvents necessary; clean up with water!) Covers all basic elements of painting as well as more advanced instruction for each student’s individual needs and desires for the class. Materials extra, list will be available two weeks before start date at http://www. jessewatson.com/materialslist.html. T809 J 5:00pm-7:00pm Th RM-I Watson J No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $98. Class meets 10/1 to 11/5/09.

C-AB

042

PAINT PORT TOWNSEND

Discover Port Townsend’s “art spirit” with well known local painter/teacher Miriam Lansdon. Select and simplify composition and address the elements of value and color while exploring locations such as Fort Worden, Chetzemoka Park and downtown Port Townsend. Demonstrations will include techniques that pertain to watercolor; however, other mediums are welcome. In the event of bad weather, class will work from photographs. Bring a lunch or visit the Commons. Supplies list available one week before class. Materials extra. T810 J 9:00am-4:00pm W RM-H Lansdon M No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $98. Class meets 9/30 to 10/7/09.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu C-AB

054

INTRO TO OIL PASTELS

Oil pastels are versatile, easy to use, and produce beautiful translucent color. Learn basic oil pastel techniques and color mixing in this Saturday course. New and previous students welcome. Materials extra. Bring a lunch. Contact instructor for materials list: lindal@pcadmin.ctc.edu. Washington State clock hours offered. T814 J 9:00am-1:00pm Sa RM-I Larsen L No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $59. Class meets 11/7 to 11/14/09.

C-AB

062

PAINT JAM

Take part in a painting experience. Jesse Joshua Watson will lead the class into a memorable audio/visual experience. Students will be painting to different types of music, specifically chosen to elicit emotions. Experiment with the powerful force of sound and music and watch how it directly affects the artwork you create. This is a no-pressure, come-as-you-are workshop. Come have fun letting your paintbrush dance. Materials list will be available two weeks before start date at http://www. jessewatson.com/materialslist.html. T816 J 9:30am-12:30pm Sa RM-I Watson J No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $65. Class meets 10/17 to 10/24/09.

C-AE

080

INTRO TO WELDING

For artists, sculptors or general interest. This class covers basic welds and bending metals. Students are required to complete safety video (available online or at Ft Worden site) prior to first class. Basic instructional materials are covered in fee but personal project materials are extra. Call 385-4605 for safety material list and info on video. Class size limited. T818 J 9:00am-12:00pm TTh Walsh L No refund after class meets. Class meets at Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, 42 N. Water Street, Port Hadlock, WA 98339. Class fee = $187. Class meets 10/20 to 11/5/09.

C-AI

019

REAL LIFE INTO FICTION

Writers lead double lives. As participants and observers, we make notes and gather material, all possible grist for fiction. Learn how to mine your life for fiction potential. Shift through memories, recall details, alter facts, play “what if...?” and transform real people into fiction characters. Class includes exercises and idea starters to generate material for a short story or scene for a novel. Working with this raw mosaic, you’ll create a short manuscript, for review in a read-and-critique session. T820 J 2:30pm-4:30pm Th RM-I MacDonald J No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $49. Class meets 9/24 to 11/5/09.

Digital Media/Photography C-D

025

East Jefferson County

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

ADOBE LIGHTROOM

Drowning in pictures? This one-day class introduces photographers to the basic and intermediate functions of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and is designed for any photographer who needs to manage, organize, and find their files in order to process

them through an organized and structured digital workflow. Learn to input images, add essential metadata, expose adjustments, tonal and color corrections, black and white conversion, and final output to screen or print. No knowledge of Adobe Photoshop is required. T835 J 9:00am-5:00pm Sa LEWS Jaramillo E No refund after class meets. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock. Class fee = $89. Class meets 10/24/09.

S-D

020

WEBSITE DESIGN BASICS

Websites are a perfect place to store your family photos and history or showcase your hobby. Learn to design and build your own website, explore usability, optimizing images for the web, creating links, and audience connectivity. Participate in the Web 2.0 with collaborative content management systems to build sites by harnessing collective intelligence and online applications. Students need basic computer skills to be successful. Washington State clock hours offered. T837 JU 11:30am-2:30pm M LEWS Jaramillo E Class fee = $63. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock. Class meets 9/21 to 10/26/09.

S-D

042

PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS I

Preserve your history through pictures. Develop skills using Adobe Photoshop Elements computer software to edit digital images and prepare photos for the Internet (web or e-mail). We’ll supply the photos and teach you the techniques to work with your own pictures. Students should have basic computer skills. T840 JU 11:30am-2:30pm M LEWS Jaramillo E Class fee = $63. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock. Class includes an online component. Class meets 11/2 to 12/7/09.

Environmental Interest C-E

003

BIRD IDENTIFICATION

Become a knowledgeable birder and learn to identify the birds of the Pacific Northwest. Includes lectures, slide presentations and discussions about birds and birding opportunities. Photo techniques and websites provided as useful guides. T847 J 7:00pm-8:30pm W RM-H Gluckman D No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $29. Class meets 10/7 to 10/28/09.

Garden & Home C-GC

042

BLOCK PRINTING

Create your own greeting cards just in time for the holidays, or for any occasion. Design and carve your own linoleum block that you can use again and again to easily print homemade greeting cards. Materials will be provided. T851 J 1:30am-4:30pm Sa RM-I Lansdon M No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $49. Class meets 11/7/09.

Paint Jam!

Call 360-385-4605 to register for C-AB 062, Item #T816.

Experiment with the powerful force of sound and music and watch how it directly affects the artwork you create. With Jesse Watson. Class meets October 17 and 24, 2009, 9:30 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. Materials list on www.jessewatson.com 2 weeks before start date. Fall 2009 Class Schedule

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Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course. New course this quarter.

Peninsula College


East Jefferson County

www.pc.ctc.edu C-J

Create your own greeting cards!

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ACLS PROVIDER CERT

The Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Provider Course employs case-based teaching. Students are required to pass a written exam and a mega code skills evaluation. Upon completion students receive ACLS Provider certification valid for 2 years. Prerequisites: Instructor Permission. Text book required for this course. T860 J 9:00am-6:00pm SaSu ARR Manly T No refund after class meets. Class fee = $200. Class meets 11/14 and 11/15/09. Location to be arranged.

C-J

012

ACLS PROVIDER RENEWAL

This Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Provider renewal class gives ACLS Providers updated information and current AHA standards of performance. Students are required to pass a written exam and a mega code skills evaluation. Upon completion students receive certification valid for 2 years. Prerequisites: Student must have current ACLS Provider card. T865 J 9:00am-6:00pm Sa ARR Manly T No refund after class meets. Class fee = $150. Class meets 11/14/09. Location to be arranged.

C-J 090 FUNDAMENTALS OF CAREGIVING This DSHS curriculum is for those who want to work in adult family homes, Assisted Living facilities (boarding homes), and in-home care. PreReq F A 180. T870 JI 8:30am-4:30pm MTF LEWS Culp P

Make cards for the holidays or other special occasions. Call 360-385-4605 to register for

No refund after class meets. Class fee = $145.04. Class meets 9/25 to 9/30/09. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

Block Printing

C-J 091 MENTAL HEALTH CAREGIVING

C-GC 042, Item #T851 Class meets Saturday, November 7 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Materials provided. With Miriam Lansdon.

Designed to teach a basic understanding of mental illness and caring for the mentally ill. T872 JI 1:00pm-4:00pm W LEWS Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $44. Class meets to 9/30/09. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

C-J 092 DEMENTIA CAREGIVING The Dementia for Caregivers class provides an overview of the many types of dementia, including Alzheimers, Lewy Body, and vascular. Provides caregiver an empathetic understanding of residents with dementia. T874 JI 8:30am-3:30pm Th LEWS Culp P

Health & Fitness S-H Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09.

031

Class fee = $43.60. Class meets at Madrona MindBody Institute, Fort Worden Gym. Bring a yoga mat, two yoga blocks, and one strap measuring six-eight feet. Class meets 9/29 to 12/8/09. No class 11/26/09.

T854

* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course.

J2

4:00pm-5:15pm

TTh

WGYM

MMI Staff

Class fee = $43.60. Class meets at Madrona MindBody Institute, Fort Worden Gym. Bring a yoga mat, two yoga blocks, and one strap measuring six-eight feet. Class meets 9/29 to 12/8/09. No class 11/26/09.

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

INTRODUCTION TO YOGA

Practicing yoga improves strength and flexibility while reducing stress and improving overall physical and mental well-being. No prior experience is necessary for this introduction to the balancing and relaxing benefits of yoga. T852 J1 11:00am-12:15pm TTh WGYM MMI Staff

Job Training/Certification C-J

010

OPEN WELDING LAB

Learn basic welding and fabrication techniques or just improve your welding skills. Class provides instruction based on your current level of skill. Fee includes use of equipment, supplies and instructional guidance. Students may work on personal projects but must provide their own materials. All students must complete safety video (available online or at Ft Worden site) prior to first class. Call 385-4605 for safety material list and info on video. Class size limited. T855 J 12:00pm-3:00pm MW Wheeler C No refund after class meets. Class meets at Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, 42 N. Water Street, Port Hadlock, WA 98339. Class fee = $223. Class meets 10/19 to 11/9/09.

No refund after class meets. Class fee = $49. Class meets 10/1/09. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

C-J 093 NURSE DEL & TRAINING This is a self-study course approved for 9 hours of CE credit. Study materials and video are picked up at registration and must be completed prior to test date. T876 JI 8:00am-10:00am F LEWS Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $46.62. Class meets 10/2/09. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

C-J 094 NURSE DEL & DIABETES This is a self-study course approved for 9 hours of CE credit. Study materials and video are picked up at registration and must be completed prior to test date. T878 JI 10:00am-2:00pm F LEWS Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $46.62. Class meets 10/2/09. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock

C-J 096 MODIFIED FUND CAREGIVE Self-study course for credentialed CNAs, LPNs, RNs, PTs, and OTs who want to work in adult family homes, Assisted Living facilities (boarding homes), and in-home care. Meets DSHS requirements. T880 JI 1:00pm-3:00pm F LEWS Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $36.26. Class meets 10/2/09. Class meets at 209 W. Patison Street, Port Hadlock.

New course this quarter.

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Fall 2009 Class Schedule


www.pc.ctc.edu

East Jefferson County

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

What’s YOUR Philosophy? Learn about philosophical concepts and the use of key principles in lfe in an intensive seminar that outlines core philosophical beliefs and their application to living.

Call 360-385-4605 to register for

Philosophy Seminar C-SF 041, Item #T868 with Dr. Wes Cecil 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Wednesdays, Sept. 16 to 30, 2009

Language & Culture C-L

085

SPANISH I

For beginners and on-going students of the Spanish language. Emphasis will be placed on listening and speaking skills that will allow you to communicate at an introductory level in Hispanic culture. Washington State clock hours offered. T905 J 11:30am-1:30pm M RM-F Duenas V No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $106. Class meets 9/28 to 11/16/09.

C-L

086

FRENCH I

For beginners and on-going students of the French language. La Fete Franchise II is a mixture of grammar, culture, pronunciation, food, and fun for the far-from-fluent francophone. Washington State clock hours offered. T910 J 2:00pm-4:00pm M RM-F Duenas V No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $106. Class meets 9/28 to 11/16/09.

C-L

087

FRENCH CONVERSATION

Continue your knowledge of the French language with a mixture of literature, grammar, culture, pronunciation, food and fun for the somewhat-fluent francophone. Washington State clock hours offered. T915 J 1:00pm-3:00pm F RM-I Duenas V No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $106. Class meets 10/2 to 11/20/09.

C-L

088

SPANISH CONVERSATION

Continue your knowledge of the Spanish language. Emphasis will be placed on listening and speaking skills which will allow you to communicate at an introductory level in Hispanic culture. Washington State clock hours offered. T920 J 12:15pm-2:15pm W RM-F Duenas V

Dr. Wes Cecil

C-L

089

INTERMEDIATE SPANISH

For intermediate on-going students of the Spanish language. A mixture of grammar, culture, pronunciation, listening and speaking. Washington State clock hours offered. T925 J 3:15pm-5:15pm F RM-I Duenas V No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $106. Class meets 10/2 to 11/20/09.

C-L

090

INTERMEDIATE FRENCH

For intermediate on-going students of the French language. A mixture of grammar, culture, pronunciation, listening and speaking. Washington State clock hours offered. T930 J 12:45pm-2:45pm T RM-F Duenas V No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $106. Class meets 9/29 to 11/17/09.

Special Features C-SF

041

PHILOSOPHY SEMINAR

Dr Wesley Cecil leads this intensive seminar outlining core philosophical beliefs and their application to living. The first day of the seminar will focus on lecture and questions. The subsequent days will focus increasingly on work the individual students are doing related to the use of key philosophical principles in life. There is no required reading, though there will be a series of short exercises designed to aid reflection on the concepts we cover. T868 J 6:00pm-8:00pm W RM-H Cecil W No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $49. Class meets 9/16 to 9/30/09.

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course.

No refund after class meets. Class meets at Port Townsend Site, Fort Worden State Park. Class fee = $106. Class meets 9/30 to 11/25/09. No class on 11/11/09.

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09.

New course this quarter.

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Peninsula College


West End/Forks

www.pc.ctc.edu

West End/Forks

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

www.pc.ctc.edu

CAT

105

HSSA Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

HSSA

RELAPSE PREVENTION 3:45pm-6:40pm

Th

Webb G

T

FORK

Webb G

3cr

Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

TRANSITION EDUCATION Small- and large-group instruction in reading, writing, mathematics, and basic computer skills to prepare students for the General Education Development (GED) Test for high school equivalency or to transition to college classes. 9:00am-2:15pm MWTh Roberts J

ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE For persons for whom English is a non-native language. Includes practice in reading, writing, speaking, listening, pronunciation, and interaction skills. 12:30pm-3:30pm T Tyler L 5:30pm-8:30pm MWTh Tyler L

Computer-Based Training 104

INTRO TO KEYBOARDING ARR

1cr FORK

Class meets at the Forks Extension Site.

116

K140* QLU

WINDOWS/FILE MANAGEMENT ARR

FORK

Class meets at the Forks Extension Site.

Peninsula College

Staff

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FORK

Staff

FORK

Staff

FORK

Velazquez V

EXCEL BASICS

1cr

ARR

Class meets at the Forks Extension Site.

CAT

119

ACCESS BASICS

K170* QLU

1cr

ARR

Class meets at the Forks Extension Site.

Drama DRMA& 101 K210* QU

INTRO TO THEATRE 5:30pm-7:50pm

5cr MW

Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

Early Childhood Education ECE

101

K215* QUI

OBSERVE & PARTICIPATE 4:00pm-6:00pm

Th

2cr FORK

Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

107

NUTRITION, HEALTH, SAFET 3:30pm-5:30pm 3:30pm-5:30pm

W W

FORK FORK

Cline Y

3cr Cline Y Carriveau D

Class also includes an online component. Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

120

K230* IOU

ENVIRONMENT FOR CHILDREN 6:00pm-8:00pm

3cr

Th

FORK

Cline Y

T

FORK

Cline Y

Students meet on Port Angeles campus on 10/1 and 12/3. This class includes an online component. Please contact instructor for further information. Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

ECE

146

PRACTICUM I 4:30pm-5:30pm

3cr

38

ECE

171

INFANT-TODDLER RELATIONS

3cr

K250* OIU

6:00pm-8:00pm

W

FORK

Berry J

K260* IOU

6:00pm-8:00pm

W

NB

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FORK

Berry J

Class also includes an online component. Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

Class also includes an online component. Class meets in Neah Bay.

Education EDUC& 114 K270* OIU

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 6:00pm-8:00pm

T

3cr

This class will incorporate use of live, interactive connections originating at the Port Angeles Campus. This class includes an online component. Please contact instructor for further information. Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

Family Life Education PARENTS, TODDLERS, & PRESCHOOLERS

Computer Applications CAT

FORK

Class meets at Forks Extension Site. Six hours of lab per week TBA.

Register for Basic Studies classes with the instructor at the class location. For schedule and class information, call (360) 374-3223. Classes meet at the Forks Extension Site.

K110* QLU

118

K240* QUI

Basic Studies

CBT

1cr

ARR

K160* QLU

ECE

FORK

CHEM DEPEND & ETHICS 3:45pm-6:40pm

5cr Lapin A

3cr

Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

165

K310* QUI

FORK

Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

136

K300* QUI

MT

CAT

K220* QIU

PHYS/PHARM-ALCOHOL/DRUGS 6:45pm-9:15pm

WORD BASICS

Class meets at the Forks Extension Site.

ECE

Addiction Studies K295* QUI

117

K150* QLU

Serving Clallam Bay, Forks, La Push, Neah Bay, and Sekiu. 71 South Forks Avenue Forks, WA 98331 Phone: 360.374.3223 Fax: 360.374.9738 Office Hours: Monday–Thursday: 11:00 am to 6:00 pm., Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Learning Center 360.374.3223 Jackie Jardine-Moore , Administrator Debbie Scannell, West End Coordinator Academic assessment and advising are available.

HSSA

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

1cr Staff

Parents and their children (10 months to five-years-old) participate in a program with children’s activities and parent discussions. Parents register at the preschool site and earn college credit while enrolled in these courses. For information about Basic Beginnings Learning Center (Forks), contact Kim McIrvin at 374-6850. For more information about Peninsula College Family Life Education programs, contact Pam Maurides at 417-6496 or visit the website: http://pc.ctc.edu/fle/default.asp

Fall 2009 Class Schedule


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Geology

Structured English Lab

GEOL

090

K275* QUO

5cr TWTh

Class includes an online component.

ENGL

100

K280* QUO

FORK

Schaad G

WRITING IN THE WORKPLACE 3:30pm-5:30pm

K285* QUO

FORK

Schaad G

TWTh

FORK

Schaad G

ENGLISH COMP I 3:30pm-5:30pm

HUMDV 033 K315

5cr

For information about Clallam Bay Community Preschool (Clallam Bay), contact Eddie Bowlby at 963-2197. For more information about Peninsula College Family Life Education programs, contact Pam Maurides at 417-6496 or visit the website: http://pc.ctc.edu/fle/default.asp

PE

108

K320

PE

072

K420* QU0

PE

099

K430* QUO

HFFC

CONDITIONING & WELLNESS ARR

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1cr

ARR

HFFC

Wedrick C

ARR

HFFC

Wedrick C

YOGA

QL

162

ARR

1cr

WEIGHT TRAINING I

Q

163

ARR

ARR

1cr HFFC

Wedrick C

HFFC

Wedrick C

HFFC

Wedrick C

WEIGHT TRAINING II

Q

164

K370

5cr MTWTh

F-4

MTWTh

F-4

5cr

INTER ALGEBRA

5cr MTWTh

ARR

Class meets at Health First Fitness Center in Forks. Contact instructor to schedule mandatory orientation during the first week.

PE

ELEM ALGEBRA

3:30pm-5:00pm

www.pc.ctc.edu 1cr

ARR

ARR

1cr

Class meets at Health First Fitness Center in Forks. Contact instructor to schedule mandatory orientation during first week.

Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/21 to 12/10/09.

MATH

ARR

QL

142

K340

K360

PREALGEBRA

3:30pm-5:00pm

Scannell D

Class meets at Health First Fitness Center in Forks. Contact instructor to schedule mandatory orientation during first week.

Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/21 to 12/10/09.

MATH

1- 2cr FORK

Lab format. Students required to complete 3 orientation/training sessions in the first week to develop individualized fitness plan, attend two 50-minute sessions per week thereafter. Class meets at Health First Fitness Center in Forks. Contact instructor to schedule mandatory orientation during the first week.

K350

The following Math classes are NOT selfpaced labs. They have lectures, classroom discussion, online and face-to-face instruction. Classes meet in the Forks Extension Site, Monday through Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. These courses are team-taught by Gary Peterson, Scott Seaman, and Joan Lien. 3:30pm-5:00pm

ARR

CONDITIONING & WELLNESS

QL

109

K330

PE

Structured Math Lab

K410* QU0

ARR

To find course descriptions and other course information, or to register for classes, go to

Lab format. Students required to complete 3 orientation/training sessions in the first week to develop individualized fitness plan, attend two 50-minute sessions per week thereafter. Class meets at Health First Fitness Center in Forks. Contact instructor to schedule mandatory orientation during the first week.

PE

064

Cochran B

Physical Education

PARENTS’ PRESCHOOL COOPERATIVE A parent participation and education program offered in conjunction with a preschool for children (three to five years old). Parents register at the preschool site and earn college credit while enrolled in these courses.

5cr FORK

DEVELOPMENTAL EDUC I

QL

Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

Prerequisite required. Class includes an online component.

MATH

TTh

Human Development

5cr

TWTh

Prerequisite required. Class includes an online component.

ENGL& 101

EARTH SYSTEMS SCIENCE 5:30pm-8:30pm

Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

FUND OF ENGLISH 3:30pm-5:30pm

124L

K290* QU

The following English classes are NOT selfpaced labs. Structured Lab is comprised of lectures, classroom discussion, online and face-to-face instruction. Classes meet in the Forks Extension Site, Tuesday through Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and are taught by Glynda Schaad. Placement is based on ASSET or COMPASS scores. ENGL

West End/Forks

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WEIGHT TRAINING III

Q

ARR

ARR

1cr

Class meets at Health First Fitness Center in Forks. Contact instructor to schedule mandatory orientation during first week.

Community Classes Computers/Technology C-C 004 EXCEL BASICS–GETTING STARTED Our four-hour workshop shows you the essentials you need to get started with Excel. Opening and saving your workbooks, data organization and formatting, basic functions and formulas, solutions, and basic templates will be covered. K790 Q 9:00am- 1:00pm Sa FORK Burtness L Class meets at Forks Extension Site, 71 S. Forks Ave. Class fee = $50. Class meets 10/17/09.

F-4

Online courses. WOL WOL classrooms open 9/17/09. Log on to http://angel.waol.org/default. asp. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at time of registration. Refund deadline: 100% = 9/27/09, 50% = 10/9/09. Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/24 to 12/2/09. COL Online classroom opens 9/21/09. Log on to http://angel.pencol.edu/ default.asp. Additional online fee = $8 per credit. Email address required at the time of registration. Prerequisite required. Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support. Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites. * Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

Prerequisite required. Class meets 9/21 to 12/10/09.

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West End/Forks

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Digital Media/Photography C-D 012 MANAGING DIGITAL PHOTOS Learn the essentials you need to get started with digital photos in a three-hour workshop, including the basics of resolution and file formats, using image programs to enhance photos, preparing photos for publication in documents or on the web, and scanning prints to digital files. K795 Q 9:00am-12:00pm Sa FORK Burtness L No refund after class meets. Class meets at Forks Extension Site, 71 S. Forks Ave. Class fee = $40. Class meets 11/14/09.

C-J 094 NURSE DEL & DIABETES This is a self-study course approved for 9 hours of CE credit. Study materials and video are picked up at registration and must be completed prior to test date. K810 QI 10:00am-2:00pm F FORK Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $46.62. Class meets 10/2/09. Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

C-J 096 MODIFIED FUND CAREGIVE Self-study course for credentialed CNAs, LPNs, RNs, PTs, and OTs who want to work in adult family homes, Assisted Living facilities (boarding homes), and in-home care. Meets DSHS requirements. K812 QI 1:00pm-3:00pm F FORK Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $36.26. Class meets 10/2/09. Class meets at Forks Extension Site

Job Training/Certification C-J 090 FUNDAMENTALS OF CAREGIVING This DSHS curriculum is for those who want to work in adult family homes, Assisted Living facilities (boarding homes), and in-home care. PreReq F A 180. K802 QI 8:30am-4:30pm MTF FORK Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $145.04. Class meets 9/25 to 9/30/09. Class meets at Forks Extension Site.

C-J 091 MENTAL HEALTH CAREGIVING Designed to teach a basic understanding of mental illness and caring for the mentally ill. K804 QI 1:00pm-4:00pm W FORK Culp P

Health & Fitness C-H

C-J 092 DEMENTIA CAREGIVING The Dementia for Caregivers class provides an overview of the many types of dementia, including Alzheimers, Lewy Body, and vascular.Provides caregiver an empathetic understanding of residents with dementia. K806 QI 8:30am-3:30pm Th FORK Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $49. Class meets 10/1/09. Class meets at Forks Extension Site

C-J 093 NURSE DEL & TRAINING This is a self-study course approved for 9 hours of CE credit. Study materials and video are picked up at registration and must be completed prior to test date. K808 QI 8:00am-10:00am F FORK Culp P No refund after class meets. Class fee = $46.62. Class meets 10/2/09. Class meets at Forks Extension Site

No refund after class meets. Class meets at Forks Extension Site, 71 S. Forks Ave., Forks class fee = $24. Class meets 10/17/09.

New course this quarter.

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Language & Culture C-L

001

INTRO TO SPANISH

Learn appropriate greetings, how to tell time, make purchases, ask directions, and more in our eight-week introductory Spanish course. You’ll also learn basic grammar. Classroom dynamics will depend on interaction and learning together. Homework will focus on increasing vocabulary which will be shared with all students in class. Washington State Clock hours offered. K800 Q 6:30pm-8:30pm T FORK Plumley W No refund after class meets. Class meets at Forks Extension Site, 71 S. Forks Ave., Forks class fee = $89. Class meets 9/29 to 11/17/09.

Train for potential jobs in: Nursing Homes Assisted Living Adult Family Homes Hospitals Home Health Care

Course incorporates use of live, interactive connections originating at the Peninsula College main campus or one of its extension sites.

Washington State Clock Hours offered for this course.

ACUPUNCTURE BASICS

Take the first step toward a career in the health professions.

Lab course. Variable credit, self-paced, with instructor support.

* Additional Technical Equipment User’s Fee (TEUF) of $13.25 applies to this course.

047

Join Pat Flood, M.S., L.Ac., for an introduction to acupuncture and the fundamentals of Chinese medicine. You’ll also have the option of participating in a group acupuncture session similar to those provided by Pat in her work with post-Katrina survivors. K820 Q 11:00am-2:00pm Sa FORK Flood P

No refund after class meets. Class fee = $44. Class meets to 9/30/09. Class meets at Forks Extension Site

Online course. Additional online class fee = $8 per credit. Email address is required at the time of registration. Please see http://pc.ctc. edu/academics/telelearning/onlineclassinfo.asp for further information. Class meets 3/30 to 6/12/09.

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

Classes in Port Angeles and Forks, October 5 through October 22, 2009 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Clinical 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. daily.

For more information call Fran Dodson, 360.417.6505 or Annie Carver, 360.374.3223 Peninsula College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. Coordination of compliance is the responsibility of the Human Resources Officer, PC HR Office, 360.417.6212.

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Contacts/Tuition Head

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

Contacts for Peninsula College 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles, WA 98362 • (360) 452-9277 (Voice/TDD) • Toll-free 1-877-452-9277 (Voice/TDD) Main campus is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Check the website for hour of operation for specific departments: http://pc.ctc.edu/about/contact.asp CAMPUS SERVICE

LOCATION

EMAIL/WEB ADDRESS

PHONE NUMBER

FAX or OTHER NUMBER

Student Services One-Stop

Bldg. D

admissions@pencol.edu

360.417.6340

360.417.6581

Business Services

Bldg. C

business@pencol.edu

360.417.6232

360.417.6218

Transcript Requests

Bldg. D

pc.ctc.edu/enrolled/transcripts.asp

360.417.6340

360.417.6581

Students with Disabilities

Bldg. D

melissad@pencol.edu

360.417.6373

TTY 360.417.7992

Financial Services

Bldg. D

financialaid@pencol.edu

360.417.6390

360.417.6218

Port Townsend Extension Site 298 Battery Way, Port Townsend, WA 98368

porttownsend@pencol.edu

360.385.4605

360.385.4570

Forks Extension Site 71 South Forks Avenue

forks@pencol.edu

360.374.3223

360.374.9738

Quarterly Tuition Tuition includes a student self-assessed building fee of $2.90 per credit. Credits 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Fall 2009 Class Schedule

Resident $83.90 $167.80 $251.70 $335.60 $419.50 $503.40 $587.30 $671.20 $755.10 $839.00 $872.00 $905.00 $938.00 $971.00 $1,004.00 $1,037.00 $1,070.00 $1,103.00 $1,176.00 $1,249.00 $1,322.00 $1,395.00 $1,468.00 $1,541.00 $1,614.00

Nonresident $96.90 $193.80 $290.70 $387.60 $484.50 $581.40 $678.30 $775.20 $872.10 $969.00 $1,002.00 $1,035.00 $1,068.00 $1,101.00 $1,134.00 $1,167.00 $1,200.00 $1,233.00 $1,306.00 $1,379.00 $1,452.00 $1,525.00 $1,598.00 $1,671.00 $1,744.00

International Students $255.90 $511.80 $767.70 $1,023.60 $1,279.50 $1,535.40 $1,791.30 $2,047.20 $2,303.10 $2,559.00 $2,596.00 $2,633.00 $2,670.00 $2,707.00 $2,744.00 $2,781.00 $2,818.00 $2,855.00 $3,100.00 $3,345.00 $3,590.00 $3,835.00 $4,080.00 $4,325.00 $4,570.00 41

Resident Baccalaureate $175.90 $351.80 $527.70 $703.60 $879.50 $1,055.40 $1,231.30 $1,407.20 $1,583.10 $1,759.00 $1,766.00 $1,773.00 $1,780.00 $1,787.00 $1,794.00 $1,801.00 $1,808.00 $1,815.00 $1,980.00 $2,145.00 $2,310.00 $2,475.00 $2,640.00 $2,805.00 $2,970.00

Nonresident Baccalaureate $188.90 $377.80 $566.70 $755.60 $944.50 $1,133.40 $1,322.30 $1,511.20 $1,700.10 $1,889.00 $1,896.00 $1,903.00 $1,910.00 $1,917.00 $1,924.00 $1,931.00 $1,938.00 $1,945.00 $2,110.00 $2,275.00 $2,440.00 $2,605.00 $2,770.00 $2,935.00 $3,100.00

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Head Admissions/Registration

www.pc.ctc.edu

Admissions/ Registration

Returning DegreeSeeking Students

Peninsula College operates under an open door policy and shall accept for admission any applicant who is 18 years of age or older, or who is a high school graduate or equivalent. Peninsula College may enroll students under the age of 18 who are approved by the Enrollment Exception Committee. Some courses and vocational programs have special entrance requirements and enrollment limitations.

Paying Tuition

New Degree-Seeking Student Registration If you are planning on working towards a degree and have not attended for three years or more, you must apply for admission. Application can be made on the web at www. pc.ctc. edu, or in person at the Student Services One-Stop Center. E-mail admissions@pencol.edu for an application packet. Noncredit and WAOL classes register NOW!

Nondegree-Seeking Students Nondegree-seeking students may register: By mail: Use the form on page 45. In person: Through the Student Services One-Stop Center. By Web: Returning students who registered for Spring or Summer 2009 can register by Web through September 25, 2009, at 10:00 pm. Late-starting classes will be available for web registration up until two days before the class begins. Information about how to register is on pc.ctc.edu. Click on Student Center. By Phone: 360.417.6340. By Fax: 360.417.6581. Use form on page 45.

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To meet with your advisor, call 360. 417.6340.

Tuition for classes is due on August 24, 2009. After August 24, tuition must be paid at the time of registration. Tuition for noncredit courses must be made at the time of registration. For more information on paying tuition, visit our website at www.pc.ctc.edu. Click on Student Center and go to My Bill or call 360.417.6232.

Residency Tuition Policy To be considered a resident for purposes of tuition, a person must be either (a) a financially independent student who has a domicile in the State of Washington for a period of one year immediately prior to the commencement of the quarter for which he/she has registered and has established Washington residence for reasons other than educational, or (b) a dependent student whose parents or legal guardians have maintained a domicile in the State of Washington for at least one year prior to commencement of the quarter for which he/she has registered. A nonresident student enrolled for more than six credit hours per quarter shall be considered as attending primarily for educational purposes. Such period of enrollment shall not be counted toward establishment of domicile in this state unless he/she proves domicile was established for purposes other than educational. Application for a change in classification shall be accepted up to the thirtieth calendar day following the first day of the instruction of the quarter for which application is made. Applications made after that date in any quarter shall be considered to have been filed as of the first day of the subsequent quarter.

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360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277 Effective July 1, 2003, individuals who are not permanent residents or U.S. citizens MAY qualify for resident tuition, if they have or will have graduated from a Washington state high school or, while living in Washington, have received the equivalent of a high school diploma. Additional criteria are required. Please contact the Admissions Office for more information.

Military Tuition Policy

Eligible veterans or National Guard members; child and spouse of totally disabled or POW/MIA or deceased eligible veterans or National Guard members can receive reduced rates. The college’s Veterans’ Service Office (360.417.6224) can provide information on qualification requirements. To apply for educational benefits based on military service, veterans should provide certified true copies of the DD Form 214 and transcripts of work completed at other colleges. After veterans have provided the college’s Veterans’ Service Office (located in the Enrollment Services Office) with these forms and additional personal history, the office can complete application forms and send them to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Once benefits are established, checks can be expected each month as payment for the preceding month; however, veterans should be prepared to wait 60-90 days for the first benefit check. Advance application might help minimize this waiting time.

Additional Fees

ADULT SPECIAL INTEREST FEE: This fee is included in the cost of Adult Special Interest courses. The $10.00 per course fee is refundable only prior to the start date of the class. LABORATORY FEE: This fee applies to courses that require the use of equipment and supplies for the purpose of instruction. A $15.00 per class fee is assessed for any fiveFall 2009 Class Schedule


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credit Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Physics, or Zoology class that has an “L” designator. Fees do not apply to online lab courses. The Laboratory Fee is refundable only through the 100% refund period or if the class is cancelled. STUDENT SELF-ASSESSED FEE: A special student fee voted on by the students and approved by the legislature to raise funds for an addition to the Student Center. The fee is $2.90 per credit, up to a maximum of $29.00 per quarter, and will be charged until the addition is paid off. This fee will follow the same refund schedule as regular tuition.

TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT USER’S FEE (TEUF): Applies to courses that

require the use of significant amounts of technical equipment and supplies for the purpose of instruction. Each quarter, a $13.25 fee per course is charged, to a maximum of three courses ($39.75). Technical equipment user’s fees are refundable only through the 100% refund period or if the course is cancelled. Students not enrolled in TEUF courses who wish to use the computer labs for school-related work may pay the TEUF fee of $13.25 in the Business Office. VIDEO SUPPORT FEE: For video use. The $22.00 charge per course and $35 video rental fee is refundable only through the fifth (5th) instructional day or if the course is cancelled. ONLINE FEE: For online classes. The fee is $8 per credit and is refundable only through the 100% refund period. WELDING FEE: Applies to WELD courses. The $90.00 charge per class is refundable only through the 100% refund period, or if the course is cancelled.

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Admissions/Registration Head

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277

Confidentiality of Peninsula College Student Records The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords you certain rights with respect to your records. They are: 1. The right to inspect and review your education records within 45 days of the day Peninsula College receives a request for access. You should submit to the registrar written requests that identify the record(s) you wish to inspect. The registrar will arrange for access and notify you of the time and place where the records may be inspected. 2. The right to request the amendment of your education records that you believe inaccurate or misleading. You may ask Peninsula College to amend a record that you believe is inaccurate or misleading. You should write the registrar, clearly identify the part of the record you want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. Note: if you wish to request a change of grade that has been recorded correctly on your records, you must follow the grade appeal procedure described in the Student Handbook. If Peninsula College decides to not amend the record as requested, you will be notified and advised of your right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided when you are notified of the right to a hearing. 3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in your education records, except to the extent the FERPA authorized disclosure without consent. One exception which permits disclosure without consent is disclosure to college official, including faculty members, with legitimate education interests. A college official is a person employed by Peninsula College in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position (including security, alumni office and development office personnel); a person or company with who Peninsula College has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agency); a person serving on the Board of trustees: or student serving on an official committee, such as a

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disciplinary committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. Volunteers and interns serving in any of these capacities are also considered school officials. A college official has a legitimate education interest if the official needs to review an education record to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Upon request, Peninsula College may disclose education records without consent to official of another school in which you are currently enrolled, receive services, or seek or intend to enroll. 4. The right to prevent disclosure of directory information. Peninsula College may release “directory information” concerning a student to the public. Directory information consists of name, address, telephone listing, field of study, weight and height of athletes, most recent previous school attended, photograph, date and place of birth, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, dates of attendance, degrees and awards. In addition, level of education and prior military experience may also be provided to representatives of the department of defense for recruiting purposes. If you choose to have Peninsula College not release your directory information, notify the registrar in writing by using the form available in the Enrollment Services Office. You should be aware that asking Peninsula College to withhold directory information may prevent other colleges and employers from receiving information that might be to your advantage. 5. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by Peninsula College to comply with the requirements of FERPA. 6. The right to obtain a copy of Peninsula College’s student records policy. This policy is available in the Enrollment Services office. The name and address of the office that administers FERPA is: Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S.Department of Education 600 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, D.C. 20202-4605

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Head Admissions/Registration Refund Policy/Schedule In accordance with RCW 28B.15.605, full refund of tuition and fees will be made to students who withdraw from the college prior to the sixth instructional day of the quarter for which the tuition and fees were paid, or prior to the first class session of self-support courses. Fifty percent refund of tuition only will be made to students who withdraw from the college on or after the sixth day of instruction, but within 20 calendar days, including the first scheduled instructional day, of that quarter. The college may cancel courses; in this case, a full refund will be given. Note: refund policy may differ for condensed and/or early or latestarting courses. 100% through September 25, 2009 50% through October 9, 2009

ABE/GED Program Registration Students studying for GED test preparation, Basic Skills improvements, English as a Second Language, and Job Readiness courses should sign up for orientation and registration in the Education Transition Center, Room H-2, or by calling 360.417.6380.

Running Start Program Registration The Running Start Program offers eligible high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to attend college courses and earn college credits, tuition-free, while completing high school graduation requirements. Individuals who want more information on the Running Start program should call 360.417.6340. Students may also write to the Running Start Program, 1502 E. Lauridsen Blvd., Port Angeles, WA 98362.

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Class Schedule Information This course schedule is published for information purposes only. Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy at the time of publication, this course schedule shall not be construed to be an irrevocable contract between the student and the college. Peninsula College reserves the right to make changes in the contents and provisions of this course schedule without notice. The college reserves the right to cancel, change course fees, or meeting dates/times whenever necessary. Peninsula College complies with nondiscrimination regulations as stated below. For the most up-to-date information, visit the website at www.pc.ctc.edu.

Limitation of Liability

The college’s total liability for claims arising from a contractual relationship with the student in any way related to classes or programs

360.452.9277 1.877.452.9277 shall be limited to the tuition and expenses paid by the student to the college for those classes or programs. In no event shall the college be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including but not limited to, loss of earnings or profits.

Nondiscrimination Statement Peninsula College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities. Coordination of compliance is the responsibility of the Human Resources Officer, PC HR Office, (360) 417-6212. Peninsula College no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, nacionalidad, sexo, discapacidad, o edad en sus programas y actividades. Coordinación de cumplimiento es responsabilidad del Oficial de Recursos Humanos, Peninsula College, Oficina de Recursos Humanos, 360.417.6212.

State Support of Higher Education Students The following information outlines the amount of money that the state of Washington contributes to the cost of students’ education through support of basic instructional cost. These figures are accurate as of this printing. ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-2009 Resident Nonresident Instructional cost/FTE student $7,041 $7,041 Less tuition 2,189 7,007 Net instructional support/ FTE student 4,852 In addition to state support of the basic instructional costs, students at community colleges also receive state-supported financial aid, including that provided from the local financial aid fund (3_%). These amounts are represented as follows: State Financial Aid per Resident Student FTE $1,801 Institutional Financial Aid Fund per Student FTE 74 Total Financial Aid per Student FTE 1,875 This information is furnished to you in accordance with EHB 1501, passed by the 1997 Legislature.

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DEPT. ABBREVIATION

FEMALE

MALE I AM A

CITY

MIDDLE

PLEASE PRINT

COURSE NO.

SEC.

CR.

TIME

Total Amount Enclosed

DAYS

Cardholder’s Signature Tuition and fees are listed on page 80 or with the descriptions for each course. PLEASE NOTE: NO REFUND after the first class session for Noncredit, Self-Support, Special Fee, Family Life Education, and First Aid courses.

Cardholder’s Zip Code

(Washington State Banks ONLY) Exp. Date

FEES

11 - Take courses related to current or future work 12 - Transfer to a four-year college 13 - High school diploma or GED 14 - Explore career direction 15 - Personal enrichment 90 - Other

PRESENT

ZIP

ROOM

YEAR

QUARTER

WINTER SUMMER

PROGRAM OF STUDY

PREVIOUS NAME USED AT P.C.

FALL SPRING

NEW STUDENTS COMPLETE BACK

PHONE DAY: EVE:

INT

RES.

PROGRAM CODE

FEE

ADVISOR

1502 East Lauridsen Blvd. Port Angeles, Washington 98362 (360) 452-9277 or toll-free 1-877-452-9277 http://www.pc.ctc.edu

STUDENT ENROLLMENT FORM

Do you have a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities, such as seeing, hearing, speaking, walking, learning, working, etc.? Yes No Persons with disability may be eligible for support services and should contact the Counseling Offices.

Disabilities Information

FORMER STUDENT

NEW

STATE

BIRTHDATE MO. DAY YR.

What is your main long-term goal for attending Peninsula College this quarter? Check the box that BEST applies to your reason for enrolling.

Student Purpose

STUDENT E-MAIL ADDRESS

Or charge to VISA MasterCard Acct. # __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __ - __ __ __ __

Cardholder’s Name (print)

FIRST

MAILING ADDRESS – STREET or BOX NUMBER

LAST NAME

SPACE IN CLASS CANNOT BE RESERVED UNTIL TUITION IS RECEIVED. SEND CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. DO NOT SEND CASH.

ITEM NO.

To comply with federal laws, we are required to ask for your Social Security Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Number (ITIN). We will use your SSN/ITIN to report Hope Scholarship/Life Time tax credit, to administer state/federal financial aid, to verify enrollment, degree and academic transcript records, and to conduct institutional research. If you do not submit your SSN/ITIN, you will not be denied access to the college; however, you may be subject to civil penalties (refer to Internal Revenue Service Treasury Regulation 1.6050S-1(e)(4) for more information). Pursuant to state law (RCW 8B.10.042) and federal (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), the college will protect your SSN from unauthorized use and/or disclosure.

Social Sec.#__ __ __ - __ __ - __ __ __ __

Student ID #__ 8__9__ - __ __ - __ __ __ __

ALL STUDENTS COMPLETE THIS SIDE


D. What is your family status? (Only one best response) 11 A single parent with children or other dependents in your care 12 A couple with children or other dependents in your care 13 Without children or other dependents in your care 90 Other

C. What is your prior level of education at entry to this college? 11 Less than high school graduation 12 GED 13 High school graduate 14 Some post-high school, but no degree or certificate 15 Certificate (less than two years) 16 Associate Degree 17 Bachelor’s Degree or above 90 Other

B. What is your current work status while attending college? 11 Full-time homemaker 12 Full-time employment (including self-employed and military) 13 Part-time off-campus 14 Part-time on-campus 15 Not employed, but seeking employment 16 Not employed, not seeking employment 90 Other

A. How long do you plan to attend Peninsula College? 11 One quarter 12 Two quarters 13 One year 14 Up to two years, no degree planned 15 Long enough to complete a degree 16 Don’t know 90 Other

Check the box that best applies to you.

City

Last college attended

State

State

Last year attended

Last year attended

Did you graduate?

Yes

If you were claimed, or you will be claimed, as a dependent on a federal income tax return, has your mother, father, or legal guardian lived in the state of Washington continuously for the past twelve months?

Yes

Are you the spouse or the dependent of someone on active duty in the military stationed in the state of Washington?

2.

Are you of Spanish/Hispanic Origin? (Please mark only one box.) No (not Spanish/Hispanic) (999) Yes, Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano (722) Yes, Puerto Rican (727) Yes, Cuban (709) Yes, Other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino. Please specify (717): ______________________________________________________

1. Which race do you consider yourself to be? (Please mark only one box.) White (800) African American (872) Alaskan native (015) American Indian (597) Chinese (805) Filipino (608) Native Hawaiian (653) Korean (612) Vietnamese (619) Japanese (611) Other Pacific Islander (681): _____________________________________ Other Asian (621): _____________________ Other race (please specify) (998) __________________________________

Yes

Are you on active military duty and stationed in the state of Washington?

If yes, explain. _______________________________________________________________

Will you be attending this college with financial assistance received from a non-federal agency which is outside the state of Washington?

Yes

Yes

For the current calendar year, will your mother, father, or legal guardian claim you as a dependent on their federal income tax return?

How long has your mother, father, or legal guardian lived continuously in the state of Washington?________ Years________Months

Yes

For the last calendar year, did your mother, father, or legal guardian claim you as a dependent on their federal income tax?

Yes

Did you graduate?

Do you have a GED certificate? Yes No

No

No

No

No

No

No

No

Immigrant Permanent Resident (IM) Other

How long have you lived continuously in the state of Washington? ________ Years________Months

Have you lived in the state of Washington continuously for the past twelve months?

Residency

City

If not a U.S. citizen, what is your immigration status? Alien number: Student Visitor Refugee (RF)

Last high school attended

Are you a U.S. citizen? Yes No

SECTION 2: NEW STUDENTS MUST ALSO COMPLETE THIS SIDE OF THE FORM


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Dates to remember September 17, 2009 . . . . . . . . . . . First day of WAOL instruction September 21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First day of Fall quarter September 25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day for 100% refund October 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day for 50% refund October 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day to withdraw without receiving a “W” on transcript November 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Veterans’ Day holiday November 16-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Advising Week

December 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day of WAOL instruction

November 23, 24, 25. . . . . . . . Winter registration for returning degree-seeking students

December 11. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Last day of Fall 2009 quarter

November 25. . . . . . . . . . . Winter registration for new students

December 15. . . . . . . . . . . . Tuition due for Winter 2010 quarter

November 26, 27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thanksgiving Day holiday

January 4, 2010. . . . . . . . . . . .First day of Winter quarter classes

November 30. . . . . . . . . . . Open registration for Winter quarter

January 7 . . .First day of WAOL instruction for Winter Quarter

Fall 2009 Class Schedule

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Peninsula College


Peninsula College’s Opportunity Grant program has funds to assist you with tuition for up to 45 credits and the cost of textbooks. You may be eligible if you are 18 yearsof-age or older, a Washington resident, show financial need on the FAFSA (free application for federal student aid) and are interested in or registered for one of the following programs:

Application deadline is September 1, 2009. Grants are awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis for eligible applicants. Call 360.417.6373 today or go to http://www.pc.ctc.edu/ academics/opportunitygrant.asp for more information. You may also stop by Peninsula College Financial Aid Office on the main campus in Port Angeles to get a fall quarter 2009 application form.

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Peninsula College Course Schedule Fall 2009  

Peninsula College Course Schedule for Fall 2009