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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Your communication from Lamar State College-Port Arthur will be sent to your My.LamarPa.edu account. You MUST check your my.lamarPa.edu daily to ensure success with your advising, registration, class scheduling, and financial aid. Note: NEW PAYMENT AND PENALTY DEADLINES. See Page 2

Students dropped for non-payment will be charged a $50 reinstatement fee every time they are dropped

IMPORTANT DATES

Summer I 2013 June 3 First Day of Class; 8-week summer online session begins June 4 Final day for schedule revisions and/or late registration with penalty fee June 6 Final day to drop a class with a refund-Fourth Class Day June 14 Final day to drop or withdraw without academic penalty (5 week course) June 20 Summer I 60% Complete-Critical for Financial Aid Students June 20 Final day to drop or withdraw without academic penalty (8-week course) June 26 Payment Deadline for Summer II early enrollment students June 27 Final day to drop/withdraw for Summer I (5-week course)(a grade will be recorded) June 30 Deadline to receive bacterial meningitis immunization for Summer II July 3 8 week summer online session 60% complete-critical date for financial aid students July 8-9 Summer I Final Examinations Summer II 2013 July 10 First Day of Class July 11 Final day for schedule revisions and/or late registration with penalty fee July 15 Final day to drop/withdraw for 8-week course (a grade will be recorded) July 16 Final day to drop a class with a refund-Fourth Class Day July 24 Final day to drop or withdraw without academic penalty (5-week course) July 30 Summer II 60% Complete-Critical for Financial Aid Students August 5 Final day to drop/withdraw for semester (a grade will be recorded)-(5 week course) August 14 Summer II Final Examinations Fall 2013 August 15 Deadline to receive bacterial meningitis vaccination for Fall semester August 26 First Day of Class for Fall 2013 semester & Session I 8-Week Courses begin August 29 Final day for schedule revisions and/or late registration September 11 Final day to drop a class with a refund (16 week length course) October 1 1st Installment Due Date October 1 Final day to drop or withdraw without academic penalty (16 week length course) October 28 Session 2-8 Week Courses begin November 5 2nd Installment Due Date November 6 Final day to drop/withdraw for semester (a grade will be recorded) December 5 Final Examinations Begin December 6-11 Finals Continue December 20 Session 2-8 Week Courses End Withdrawal Refund Schedule (dropping all classes for the semester) Summer I 2013 Summer II 2013 Prior to June 3 100% Prior to July 10 100% June 3-5 80% July 10-15 80% June 6-11 50% July 16-18 50% th th No refund after June 11 No refund after July 18 Log on to www.lamarpa.edu or scan QR code with smart device.

Fall 2013 Prior to August 26 100% August 26-30 80% Sept 3-9 70% Sept 10-16 50% Sept 17-23 25% rd No refund after Sept 23


LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR SUMMER & FALL 2013 SCHEDULE INDEX Am I Admitted?.............................................................Page 6 Application for August Graduation.............................Page 25 Bacterial Meningitis Information..................................Page 5 Campus Map...............................................Back Inside Cover Catalog Information.......................................................Page 3 Core Curriculum..........................................................Page 43 Cover Description..........................................................Page 4 Deadline for Texas Grant & TEOG.............................Page 15 Degree Evaluation..........................................................Page 8 Direct Deposit..............................................................Page 20 Do’s & Don’t of Financial Aid....................................Page 18 E-Bill System...............................................................Page 46 Fall 2013 Academic Calendar......................................Page 34 Fall 2013 Course Listings...................................... Page 35-39 Fall 2013 Fee Chart.....................................................Page 32 Fall 2013 Final Exam Schedule...................................Page 47 Fall 2013 Online Courses...................................... Page 39-41 Fall 2013 Registration Procedures...............................Page 33 Financial Aid Deadlines...............................................Page 12 Fit to Live Classes.......................................................Page 44 How to Accept Financial Aid Awards.........................Page 11 How to Apply for Admissions.......................................Page 6 How to Log on to My.LamarPa.....................................Page 7

How to Obtain IRS Transcript.....................................Page 14 Hybrid Course Information..........................................Page 31 Important Dates.......................................... Front Inside Cover IRS Data Retrieval Tool...............................................Page 13 Key to Reading Class Schedule...................................Page 22 Missing Financial Aid Documents..............................Page 10 NEW Verification Rules..............................................Page 16 NEW TSI Information.................................................Page 45 Non-Course Based Offerings.......................................Page 31 Online Registration Instructions....................................Page 9 Registration & Payment Information............................Page 2 Senior 55+ Courses......................................................Page 44 Six Drop Rule..............................................................Page 45 Summer I & II Registration Procedures......................Page 23 Summer 2013 Academic Calendar..............................Page 24 Summer I Course Listings..................................... Page 26-27 Summer II Course Listings..........................................Page 30 Summer 2013 Fee Chart..............................................Page 25 Summer I Online Courses...................................... Page 28-29 Text Book Look-Up/Buy Back....................................Page 21 Tobacco Free Policy....................................................Page 42 Understanding Grant Programs...................................Page 17 Use the Crosswalk.......................................................Page 22

Lamar State College-Port Arthur Mission Statement Lamar State College-Port Arthur is an open-access, comprehensive public two-year college offering quality instruction leading to associate degrees and a variety of certificates. The college, a member of The Texas State University System, has provided affordable, quality educational opportunities to residents of the Southeast Texas area since 1909. Lamar State College-Port Arthur embraces the premise that education is an on-going process that enhances career potential, broadens intellectual horizons and enriches life. The faculty, staff and administration share a commitment to a mission characterized by student learning, diversity and community service. The foundations for student success include compensatory education programs designed to fulfill our commitment to accommodate students with diverse goals and backgrounds, technical education programs that provide for the acquisition of the skills and demeanor necessary for initial and continued employment, and a core curriculum that develops the values and concepts that allow the student to make a meaningful contribution in the workplace or community. Student achievement is measured by the completion of courses and programs of study, successful performance following transfer to a baccalaureate program and the attainment of individual goals. Lamar State College-Port Arthur operates in the belief that all individuals should be: • Treated with dignity and respect; • Afforded equal opportunity to acquire a complete educational experience; • Given an opportunity to discover and develop their special aptitudes and insights; • Provide an opportunity to equip themselves for a fulfilling life and responsible citizenship in a world characterized by change.

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE PORT ARTHUR SUMMER I, II AND FALL 2013 REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT INFORMATION Alphabetic Registration Schedule for Summer I, Summer II, and Fall 2013 Advising Begins March 25 A-L, August & December Graduates, April 1-6 Students with disabilities M-Z April 8-13 Open Registration April 15-August 23 LSCPA is enforcing MULTIPLE drop for non-payment deadlines for each semester you have enrolled. Do not take a chance of losing the courses you need. You MUST have your tuition paid by the published dates. SUMMER I Drop for Non-Payment Deadlines: 1st Drop Deadline-May 22nd 2nd Drop Deadline-June 4th (2nd Class Day) SUMMER II Drop for Non-Payment Deadlines:

1st Drop Deadline-June 26th 2nd Drop Deadline-July 11th (2nd Class Day)

Fall Drop for Non-Payment Deadlines:

1st Drop Deadline-August 14th 2nd Drop Deadline-August 27th (2nd Class Day) 3rd Drop Deadline-August 29th (4th Class Day)

ATTENTION: There will be a $50 reinstatement fee charged every time your classes are cancelled for non-payment. Notices are sent to your my.lamarpa.edu account regarding unpaid balances.

Late Registration

Summer I 2013:

June 3-4

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Summer II 2013:

July 10-11

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Fall 2013:

August 26-29

8:00 am-6:00 pm

All students who late register will be required to have payment made by 5:00 pm on the same day. You must be admitted to the college before you are assigned a MyLamarPA computer account. Click on the “Am I Admitted?” button at www.lamarpa.edu to check your admissions status.

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CHECK IT OUT! CHECK IT OUT!

What every college student should know ...

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

Log on to www.lamarpa.edu and select “College Catalog”

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Academic Services

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

Student Services

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

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

Texas Common Course Numbering System The Texas Common Course Numbering System assists transfer students in the transition from one institution to another. Colleges participating in the Common Course Numbering System identify “common” courses taught on their campuses. All courses designed for transfer adhere to the Common Course Numbering System. Students with questions about course transferability should check with the appropriate department at the institution to which they want to transfer.

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LSC-PA ‌ Recognized

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ATTENTION—All Texas New, Re-Admit or Transfer Applicants: You are now subject to the New Texas Bacterial Meningitis Law NEW LAW Effective January 1, 2012 Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination is required for all new students under age 30. This includes ALL transfer students and students that have taken either a fall or spring semester off from college. The state of Texas passed a new law (SB1107) effective Spring Semester 2012 that will require all new students under age 30 to have a vaccination against bacterial meningitis. All first-time freshman, transfer students, and students who have taken a leave of absence from school in either a fall or spring semester must have received this vaccination during the five-year period immediately preceding and at least 10 days prior to the first day of the semester enrolled or re-enrolled. NOTE: This law, as of January 1, 2012, applies to every Texas public, private, and independent college and university. The Admission and Records Office has been designated to receive this student evidence of receipt of the vaccination certificate for verification and reporting to LSCPA. As prescribed by the Law, with this notification Lamar State College-Port Arthur is providing to you now, and with your registration materials the following: written or electronic notice of the right of the student or of a parent or guardian of a student, to claim an exemption from the vaccination requirement, as specified in Section 21.614; and written or electronic notice of the importance of consulting a physician about the need for the immunization against bacterial meningitis to prevent the disease. The following evidence must be provided as a Lamar State College-Port Arthur/State of Texas admissions requirement:

1. Certification from a physician or clinic the date that the student has been vaccinated during the 5-year period immediately preceding and at least 10 days prior to the first day of class. 2. An affidavit or a certificate from a physician stating that the vaccination would be injurious to the health and well-being of the student. 3. A completed and notarized form approving exception for reasons of Health Conscience as approved by the Texas Higher Educatin Coordinating Board rules. The approved form for exemption can be found at: http://www.lamarpa.edu/dept/ar/Forms/ Immunization Exemption Affidavit.pdf 4. A completed and notarized form approving exception for reasons of Religious Conscience as approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board rules. The approved form for exemption can be found at: https://webds.dshs.state.tx.us/immco/ Students are strongly encouraged to visit with their primary care physician or area health clinic as soon as possible to receive appropriate vaccinations. The deadline to file affidavits for health or religious objection will be 10 days prior to the start of the semester, same as last day to get the vaccination.

Summer I Deadline May 23rd

Summer II Deadline June 30th

Fall Deadline August 15th

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Am I Admitted? Check our website to find out if you have provided all the required documents for admission to LSC-PA.

Log on to www.lamarpa.edu

Click on “Am I Admitted?”

Enter your info, click ”Process”

See something in RED?? That means you still have to provide that document to complete the admission process at LSC-PA ... If you get an error message or your info isn’t found, call the Admission & Records Office at

409-984-6166

Be sure to allow up to 48 hours after you submit your application before checking your admission status!

How Do I Apply? Students can apply to LSC-PA in one of two ways ... 1. Go to www.ApplyTexas.org and submit an application electronically 2. Visit our homepage at www.lamarpa.edu and click on the “Apply Here” button 6

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When, How to Apply for Financial Aid

NEW DEADLINES!

Do you know when everything is due?

Summer I, Summer II 2013 Priority Deadline: April 1, 2013 Fall 2013 Priority Deadline: May 31, 2013 Lamar-Port Arthur requires all students applying for grants, loans or college work-study employment to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and the LSC-PA Financial Aid Supplement application to determine the degree of need. Both applications are available in the Office of Student Financial Aid or on website. Processing requires between four to six weeks to finalize, so students should plan ahead to meet the priority deadlines. Processing and consideration after the priority deadlines will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Student Financial Aid Office considers an applicant’s degree of need before awarding financial aid. Continuing students must meet academic progress criteria (SAP) according to standards established by federal regulations for continued eligibility. The amount and type of assistance will be determined by Department of Education requirements and the staff of the Student Financial Aid Office. Award notification will be mailed in late spring and early summer. The college will continue to award aid as long as funds are available. However, the most desirable types of aid are normally expended early. Therefore, students should make every effort to meet the priority deadlines. Students applying for scholarships must complete the Application for Scholarship for Lamar State College-Port Arthur that is available in the Advising Office. Applicants who are high school seniors should meet the April 1 deadline to be given first priority. ARE YOU CURRENTLY ON FINANCIAL AID PROBABTION? URGENT-READ BELOW All Financial Aid Students who are using Probationary Pell Funds, for example the Probationary PELL Grants, have a new appeal process for the Summer and/or Fall semesters. A committee will now review your appeal with documentation that you must provide to be considered. All Financial Aid Students in this category have a deadline and process to be considered. You must contact the Financial Aid Office regarding details of the changes and all appeals must be submitted after your grades are posted. For students attending Summer I, II or Fall you must have your appeals submitted between May 13th-24th. For students planning to attend Fall 2013, appeals must be submitted August 16th-23rd. 12

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

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

A tax filer can request the IRS Tax Return Transcript in one of three ways … Online Request • Available on the IRS Web site at www. IRS.gov • In the Tools section of the homepage, click “Order a Tax Return or Account Transcript”. • Under Step No. 3, click “Order a Transcript” • Enter the tax filer’s Social Security Number, date of birth, street address, and zip or postal code. Use the address currently on file with the IRS. Generally, this will be the address that was listed on the latest tax return filed. However, if an address change has been completed through the U.S. Postal Service, the IRS may have the updated address on file. • Click “Continue” • In the Type of Transcript filed, select “Return Transcript”, and in the Tax Year field, select your appropriate tax year • If successfully validated, tax filers can expect to receive a paper IRS Tax Return Transcript at the address included in their online request within 5 to 10 days from the time the online request was successfully transmitted to the IRS. Once you receive your IRS Tax Return Transcript, please send it to the LSC-PA Office of Financial Aid. 14

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

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

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ATTENTION! Texas Grant & TEOG Students NEW STATE DEADLINE According to new Texas state rules, new and returning TEOG and Texas Grant students must have their FAFSA completed by MARCH 15, 2013 to be considered for further eligibility ... in other words, you will not and cannot be funded! You must file your taxes and your FAFSA by March 15 to be eligible or continue to be eligible for the Texas Grant or TEOG.

2013-14 New Department of Education (DOE) Verification Status Because students sometimes make errors on their application, there is a process for verifying applications and making corrections. The Central Processing System (CPS) selects which applications are to be verified, but the College also has the authority to verify additional students. On your Student Aid Report(“SAR”) there will be a verification flag which will have a value of “Y,” and next to the EFC (0000*) will be an asterisk referring to a comment in the student section of the SAR that tells applicants they will be asked by LSCPA to provide documentation. For 2013–2014, verification tracking flags will place the student in one of five verification tracking groups: • Standard Verification Group. Tracking flag V1. Need to provide school verification worksheet, income tax transcripts, W-2, not tax filling form, federal benefits received, Child care expenses, Number in college. • SNAP Verification Group. Tracking flag V2. Students in this group must verify the receipt of food stamps/welfare benefits. • Child Support Paid Verification Group. Tracking flag V3. Students must verify child support paid by them or their spouse, their parents, or both. • Custom Verification Group-Tracking flag V4. Students must verify high school completion status and identity/statement of educational purpose in addition to receipt of SNAP benefits and payment of child support. • Aggregate Verification Group. Tracking flag V5. Students must verify high school completion status and identity/statement of educational purpose in addition to the items in the Standard Verification Group. *copies of these forms can be obtained by printing from LSCPA financial aid webpage or visiting the Financial Aid Office.

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

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Do’s and DON’Ts of Qualifying for Financial Aid 6. Keep the financial records you used to complete your FASFA in a folder for quick access if needed for DOE (Department of Education) required documentation. 7. Check each semester to be sure you are within eligibility compliance for SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) (your GPA and/or required hours completed). This either allows you to qualify for further Federal grants, loans and scholarship funds or not. Check the SAP information on the website for more information or contact the Financial Aid Office for Clarification and about your options. Effective Fall 2013, SAP policies have been modified and can be located on the LSC-PA Financial Aid web page or in print in the Financial Aid Office. 8. SAP is critical to your qualify for continued funding. The DOE (Department of Education) now requires us to verify your SAP standing EVERY SEMESTER to qualify your eligibility. Academic success is MORE CRITICAL TODAY to your further funding than ever before. KNOW HOW THIS WORKS FOR YOU!! Also take advantage of utilizing the College Success Center on campus and stay in close contact with your instructor(s) EARLY. Check your course syllabus for each class … it clarifies what you are required to do for the semester. Don’t wait until the end of the semester to find out how you are doing or seek assistance toward understanding your course requirements. 9. PELL lifetime eligibility cannot exceed 600 percent of PELL grants received. Students can verify their percent used at www.NSLDS.gov or in the Financial Aid Office. To better serve you in a professional and timely manner the LSCPA Financial Aid Office has established NEW Deadlines and requirements. No longer will the college be obligated provide limited emergency short-term loan funds to students who wait beyond the NEW published deadline. Anyone who waits beyond the published deadlines is subject to providing their own funds to register. Also note, that the processing of incomplete financial aid documentation will be delayed and the awarding process will be handled on a first come first serve basis. (409) 983-4921 or 1-800-477-5872

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

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

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

Select the Term

Select the Subject

Select the Section

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

You will be redirected to our bookstore’s website.

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

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

KEY TO READING THE CLASS SCHEDULE (ENGL) ENGLISH 10032

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

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR SUMMER I & II 2013 REGISTRATION PROCEDURES Lamar State College-Port Arthur will hold Web Registration for the Summer I & II 2012 registration period. In order to use web registration you must be a current student not subject to THEA (formerly TASP) restrictions. All students are encouraged to speak with an Admission Advisor before registering, especially those graduating in August. If you have any problems regarding your admission status, contact an Admission Advisor for assistance. NOTE: Students planning to attend more than one Lamar campus must apply and be accepted to each campus they wish to attend.

Students may register by web or in person according to the alphabetic schedule below. Lamar student groups exempt from the alphabetic listing are students with disabilities and graduating students. THEA students who have not met ALL THEA requirements must register in person. Students with financial or other holds cannot register until holds are cleared.

ALPHABETIC REGISTRATION SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER I 2013 ALPHABET

DATE

PAYMENT DUE

Advising Begins A-L, August and December graduates, Students with disabilities M -Z Open Registration Drop for Non-Payment

March 25 April 1-6 May 22, June 4 April 8-13 May 22, June 4 April 15-May 31 May 22, June 4 May 22, June 4

* Students who early register for Summer I 2013 must pay their fees by May 22 and June 4 or their classes will be cancelled. There will be a $50 reinstatement fee charged when classes are cancelled due to non-payment.

**Please Note: Campus will be closed May 27 for the Memorial Day holiday.

LATE REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER I 2013 Register in person on the third floor of the Student Center. DATES and TIMES: June 3-4, 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

ALPHABETIC REGISTRATION SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER II 2013 ALPHABET

DATE

PAYMENT DUE

Advising Begins A-L, August and December graduates, Students with disabilities M-Z Open Registration Drop for Non-Payment

March 25 April 1-6 June 26, July 11 April 8-13 June 26, July 11 April 15-July 9 June 26, July 11 June 26, July 11

* Students who early register for Summer II 2013 must pay their fees by June 26 and July 11 or their classes will be cancelled. There will be a $50 reinstatement fee charged when classes are cancelled due to non-payment.

**Please Note: Campus will be closed July 4 for the Independence Day holiday.

LATE REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER II 2013

Register in person on the third floor of the Student Center. DATES and TIMES: July 10-11, 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

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SUMMER 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR REGISTRATION NOTES "NEW"

LATE REGISTRATION

NOTICE: Lamar State College-Port Arthur will no longer extend the payment deadlines that have been published in materials distributed by the College. It will be your responsibility to make note of those dates and make your payment arrangements accordingly. The Financial Aid, Admissions and Records, and Business offices will rely on making contact with you through your MY.LAMARPA email account and through our website. If you have any questions, you may contact one of the respective offices.

FIRST CLASS DAY

In our effort to better serve you, we have upgraded our registration, financial aid, and payment sites to speed and ease your registration experience.

ON-SITE REGISTRATION All students who cannot or do not wish to use the web registration system may register on campus with an Admission Advisor during normal working hours.

REGISTRATION FOR FINANCIAL AID STUDENTS Financial aid students should register according to the schedule on the previous page and contact the Financial Aid Office before the end of their respective payment period. They should bring a copy of their bill to the Financial Aid Office.

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

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GENERAL REGISTRATION

SSI April 1 - May 31; SSII April 1 - July 9

SSI June 3-4; SSII July 10-11 Late registration is handled through the Admission Office, third floor of the Student Center, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. THERE IS A $10 LATE FEE. The late fee is based on the date of payment, not the registration date.

SSI June 3; SSII July 10

LAST DAY FOR SCHEDULE CHANGES SSI June 4; SSII July 11

HOLIDAYS

May 27, Memorial Day observed July 4, Independence Day observed

APPLICATION FOR AUGUST GRADUATION June 5-July 11 Students should apply as early as possible.

DROP/WITHDRAW

SSI June 14; SSII July 24 Last day to drop or withdraw and still receive a Q/W even if failing the course. June 27 for Summer Session I and August 5 for Summer Session II are the last days to drop or withdraw from the sessions.

LAST CLASS DAY SSI July 9; SSII August 14

COMMENCEMENT August 16, 6:30 p.m.

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PORT ARTHUR FEES — SUMMER 2013

No. of Tuition Tuition Student Student Recreation Endowed Admin Total Charge* Semester Texas Non-TX Service Center Sports Transcript Scholarship Library Athletic Computer Texas Non-TX Hours A B Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Fee Use Fee A B

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

115.96 $466.96 $28.00 $13.50 231.92 $933.92 $56.00 $13.50 347.88 $1,400.88 $84.00 $13.50 463.84 $1,867.84 $112.00 $13.50 579.80 $2,334.80 $140.00 $13.50 695.76 $2,801.76 $140.00 $13.50 811.72 $3,268.72 $140.00 $13.50 927.68 $3,735.68 $140.00 $13.50 1,043.64 $4,202.64 $140.00 $13.50 1,159.60 $4,669.60 $140.00 $13.50 1,275.56 $5,136.56 $140.00 $13.50 1,391.52 $5,603.52 $140.00 $13.50 1,507.48 $6,070.48 $140.00 $13.50

$12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00 $12.00

$5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00 $5.00

$1.00 $2.00 $3.00 $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $7.00 $8.00 $9.00 $10.00 $11.00 $12.00 $13.00

$4.00 $8.00 $12.00 $16.00 $20.00 $24.00 $28.00 $32.00 $36.00 $40.00 $44.00 $48.00 $52.00

$4.81 $9.62 $14.43 $19.24 $24.05 $28.86 $33.67 $38.48 $43.29 $48.10 $52.91 $57.72 $62.53

$18.70 $202.97 $37.40 $375.44 $56.10 $547.91 $74.80 $720.38 $93.50 $892.85 $112.20 $1,037.32 $130.90 $1,181.79 $149.60 $1,326.26 $168.30 $1,470.73 $187.00 $1,615.20 $205.70 $1,759.67 $224.40 $1,904.14 $243.10 $2,048.61

$553.97 $1,077.44 $1,600.91 $2,124.38 $2,647.85 $3,143.32 $3,638.79 $4,134.26 $4,629.73 $5,125.20 $5,620.67 $6,116.14 $6,611.61

Code: A. Texas residentsR B. nonresidents * Total Charge does not include the following fees: Property Deposit $10 (one-time fee per campus); ID $5; Labs 1-3 semester hours $2; 4 or more semester hours $4; Distance Learning Fee $50 (Online and Co Enrollment off campus courses only) Effective Fall 2004 – students may be charged out-of-state fees on coursework repeated 3 or more times. Such fees may also apply to students who exceed the State’s minimum 27 hour rule for developmental courses.

ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY ACTION OF THE BOARD OF REGENTS

Attention Students: Please make sure that your Lamar State College-PA account is active. Please see page 2 for payment deadlines. There will be a $50 reinstatement fee charged when classes are cancelled due to non-payment.

APPLICATION FOR AUGUST 2013 GRADUATION June 5 - July 11, 2013 Step 1: Students planning to graduate in August 2013 should complete all forms, following the instructions located in the Records Office on the third floor of the Student Center. Step 2: Go to the Lamar-Port Arthur Bookstore to pay your graduation fees. Fees below are subject to change. Cap and Gown ................... $37.98 plus tax Diploma ............................. $27.98 plus tax Mailing Fee ........................ $11.00 Step 3: Pick up cap and gown in the Lamar-Port Arthur Bookstore. Questions concerning graduation should be directed to the Records Office, on the Student Center third floor, 984-6176.

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SUMMER I 2013 ACADEMIC DIVISION

HEALTH, FITNESS, AND SPORT

For information on Online Courses, see Pages 28-29 The student is responsible for consulting the catalog and/or advisors concerning prerequisites for courses.

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE 60299 Lec 1305 73 Bus Computer Appl Cammack J Online Course

BCIS 1305-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

01 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 105 Jordan P MTWR 02 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 105 Jordan P MTWR 04 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R T R 05 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R M W 06 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R T R 03 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R M W 73 Anatomy/Phys II Longlet N Online 01 Intro Microbiology MMED 224 Ashcraft J MTWR 02 Intro Microbiology EDUC 124 Ashcraft J MW 03 Intro Microbiology EDUC 124 Ashcraft J TR

BIOL 2402-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

0800-1000 1100-0100 0800-1030 1100-0130 1100-0130 0800-1030 Course 0800-1000 1030-0100 1030-0100

(EDUC) Education 60291 Lec 1300 01 Learning Frmwork MMED 205 Peeler B MTWR 0800-1000

(GEOL) Geology 60025 Lec 1403 01 Physical Geology MMED 145 Taylor R MTWR 0800-1000 MMED 145 Taylor R MTWR 1010-1120

(HECO) Home Economics 60292 Lec 1322 73 Prin Nutrition 60293 Lec 1322 74 Prin Nutrition

Woodard A Woodard A

HECO 1322-73 & 74 will run June 3rd-July 25th

Online Course Online Course

(MATH) Mathematics 60042 Lec 0312 60043 Lec 0312 60044 Lab 0312 60046 Lec 0313 60047 Lec 0313 60215 Lec 0313 60049 Lec 0332 60050 Lec 0332 60051 Lec 0332 60260 Lec 0332 60030 Lec 1314 60300 Lec 1314 60290 Lec 2312

01 Pre-Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MTWR 02 Pre-Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MTWR 26 Pre-Algebra MUS 107 Steele S R 01 Intro Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MTWR 02 Intro Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MTWR 03 Intro Algebra SSC 105 STAFF MTWR 01 Inter Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MTWR 02 Inter Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MTWR 20 Inter Algebra SSC 107 Jones K MTWR 73 Inter Algebra Jones K Online 01 College Algebra MMED 209 Askew M MTWR 73 College Algebra Askew M Online 01 Precalculus Math MMED 209 Askew M MTWR

MATH 0332-73 will run June 3rd-July 9th MATH 1314-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

0800-1000 1010-1210 0245-0345 0800-1000 1220-0220 0300-0500 1010-1210 1220-0220 0300-0500 Course 0800-1000 Course 1010-1210

Online Course

(PSYC) Psychology 1300 2301 2301 2314

20 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 106 Clark J MTWR 20 General Psych EDUC 106 Clark J MTWR 73 General Psych Barbay C Online 73 Lifespan Grwth/Dev Barbay C Online

PSYC 2301-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th PSYC 2314-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

Beck C MTWR 1010-1210

LIBERAL ARTS 60001 Lec 1301 01 Art Appreciation PAC 148 Faggard A MTWR 1010-1210 60254 Lec 1301 73 Art Appreciation Faggard A Online Course

ARTS 1301-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

(DRAM) Drama 60003 Lab 1161 01 Intro Mus Theater PAC 132 Cockrell 60004 Lab 1161 50 Intro Mus Theater PAC 132 Cockrell 60002 Lec 1320 01 Theater Practicum I PAC 132 Cockrell PAC 132 Cockrell

C MTWR C MTWR C MTWR C MTWR

1010-0130 0600-0920 * 0140-0300 0305-0505

(ENGL) English 60052 Lec 60053 Lab 60054 Lec 60055 Lec 60056 Lab 60057 Lec 60006 Lec 60255 Lec 60007 Lec 60008 Lec

0301 0301 0302 0310 0310 0317 1301 1301 1302 2326

01 Basic Reading Skills SSC 105 Brooks C MTWR 26 Basic Reading Skills MUS 107 Steele S R 01 Clg Reading Skills SSC 105 Brooks C MTWR 01 Develop Writing I SSC 105 Brooks C MTWR 26 Develop Writing I MUS 107 Steele S F 01 Develop Writing II SSC 105 Brooks C MTWR 20 English Comp MMED 101 Byrd S MTWR 73 English Comp Lowe Z Online 20 English Comp MMED 111 Judice M MTWR 01 Mstrwrks Amer Lit MMED 135 Judice M MTWR

ENGL 1301-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

1010-1210 0355-0455 1010-1210 0800-1000 0355-0455 0800-1000 0800-1000 Course 1010-1210 0800-1000

(GOVT) Government 60256 Lec 2305 01 Federal Gov PAC 136 Fischenich B MTWR 0800-1000 60258 Lec 2305 73 Federal Gov Owen C Online course 60257 Lec 2306 01 Texas Gov PAC 136 Fischenich B MTWR 1010-1210

GOVT 2305-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

(HIST) History 60009 Lec 1301 20 US History 1763-1877 PAC 60010 Lec 1302 20 US Hist Since 1877 PAC

134 134

Wilbur C MTWR 0800-1000 Wilbur C MTWR 1010-1210

(SPCH) Speech 60015 Lec 1315 01 Public Speaking PAC 60259 Lec 1315 20 Public Speaking PAC

130 Gengo D MTWR 1010-1210 130 Stafford L MTWR 0800-1000

MUSIC 60301 Lec 1310 73 amer pop music

PHYS 1405-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

60168 Lec 60026 Lec 60294 Lec 60295 Lec

(KINE)Kinesiology

(MUSI) Music

(PHYS) Physics 60296 Lec 1405 73 Conceptual Physics byrd o

Broussard J MTWR 1010-1210

(ARTS) Art

(BIOL) Biology 2401 2401 2401 2401 2401 2401 2402 2420 2420 2420

60114 Lec 1101 01 Fitness for Life PMPC 110

60218 Lec 1306 01 First Aid PMPC 202

(BCIS) Business Computer Application

60018 Lec 60019 Lec 60021 Lab 60022 Lab 60023 Lab 60166 Lab 60298 Lec 60027 Lec 60028 Lab 60029 Lab

(PHED) Physical Education

1010-1210 0800-1000 Course Course

freyermuth j Online course

STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER (SSC) Student Success Center 60219 Lab 101 01 SSC Lab Read SSC 60221 Lab 102 01 SSC Math SSC 60261 Lab 103 01 SSC Lab Write SSC

* Designates evening courses

(SOCI) Sociology 60297 Lec 1301 73 Intro Sociology

Brown L Online Course

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SOCI 1301-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

Lab Steele S TBA Lab Steele S TBA Lab Steele S TBA


TECHNICAL DIVISION For information on Online Courses, see Pages 28-29 The student is responsible for consulting the catalog and/or advisors concerning prerequisites for courses.

*

II AH AH II AH AH III AH AH III AH

120 Humphries E M 120 Humphries E M 120 Humphries E M 120 Humphries E T 120 brown c R 120 brown c R 120 Woods T F

08:00-11:00 12:00-01:50 02:15-03:30 12:30-01:45 08:00-11:00 12:00-01:50 12:30-01:45

VNSG courses run May 28 through August 14

Allied Health

*

Lec 1509 01 Nurs Hlth/Illness Lab 1509 02 Nurs Hlth/Illness Lec 1510 01 Nurs Hlth/Illness LAB 1510 02 Nurs Hlth/Illness

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

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

(ACCT) Accounting 60210 Lec 2301 01 Prin Accounting I MMED 135

Warner H MTWR 1010-1210

(BUSI) Business 60262 Lec 1301 73 Business Principles

Bryant J Online Course

BUSI 1301-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

(ECON) Economics 60263 Lec 2301 73 Prin Eco - Macro 60264 Lec 2302 73 Prin Eco - Micro

Bryant J Online Course Bryant J Online Course

ECON 2301-73 & ECON 2302-73 courses run June 3 through July 25

(HITT) Health Information Technology 60272 Lec 1305 73 Medical Term I Guillot S Online Course

(NURA) Nurse Assist/Aide CLN 1160 CLN 1160 CLN 1160 CLN 1160 LEC 1301 LAB 1301 LAB 1301 LAB 1301 LAB 1301 LAB 1301

03 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 04 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 05 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 06 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 01 Nr Aide HlthCr Org I RF 02 Nr Aide HlthCr Org I RF 03 Nr Aide HlthCr Org I RF 04 Nr Aide HlthCr Org I RF 05 Nr Aide HlthCr Org I RF 06 Nr Aide HlthCr Org I RF

125 125 125 125 106 106 125 125 125 125

Allen S M Allen S T Allen S W Allen S R Allen S F Allen S F Allen S M Allen S T Allen S W Allen S R

12:00-04:50 12:00-04:50 12:00-04:50 12:00-04:50 08:00-10:40 11:30-02:45 08:00-11:15 08:00-11:15 08:00-11:15 08:00-11:15

NURA courses run May 28 through August 14

b mtrF b mtrf b w b w b w

06:30-12:30 01:00-04:40 08:00-12:00 01:00-03:40 04:00-05:20

SRGT courses run June 3 through August 14

mmed 149

guillot s

mtwr 1010-1210

(ITSC) Introduction to Computers 60265 Lec 1401 73 Intro to Computers STAFF Online Course 60266 Lec 1401 74 Intro to Computers STAFF Online Course

ITSC 1401-73 & 74 courses run June 3 through July 25

(LGLA) Paralegal 60267 Int 2388 01 Para/Legal Asst Int

Quist E TBA

LGLA 2388 will run June 3 through August 14th

(POFM) Professional Office Medical 60270 Lec 2333 73 Med Doc Prod

Guillot S Online Course

POFM 2333-73 will run June 3 through July 25

(VNSG) Vocational Nursing Lec 1330 01 Matrnl/Neo Nurs Lec 1334 01 Pediatrics CLN 1462 01 Clinical LVN TrNg CLN 1462 02 Clinical LVN TrNg CLN 1462 03 Clinical LVN TrNg CLN 1462 04 Clinical LVN Trng CLN 1463 01 Clinical (LPN Trng) CLN 1463 02 Clinical (LPN TRNG) CLN 1463 03 Clinical (LPN TRNG) CLN 1463 04 Clinical (LPN TRNG)

60316 lec 1337 01 intro internet

60273 Lec 1301 01 Intro Word Proc MMED 143 Granger P MTWR 0800-1000 60274 Lab 1301 71 Intro Word Proc Granger P Online Lab

(SRGT) Surgical Technician 110 buckner 110 buckner 110 buckner 110 buckner 110 buckner

(ITNW) Information Technology Network

(ITSW) Information Technology

All students must have a background check completed with the Allied Health Department

cln 1462 01 clin surgical tech AH ah lec 1542 01 surgical proc II AH ah lec 2130 01 prof readiness AH

HITT 1305-73 will run June 3 through July 25

AH 120 Guidry E F AH 120 Smith L T AH 120 Smith L W AH 120 Smith L W AH 103 Smith L R F AH 103 Smith L R F AH 120 Humphries E W AH 120 Humphries E W AH 108 Humphries E R F AH 108 Humphries E R F AH 120 Smith B W AH 120 Smith B W AH 103 Smith B R F AH 103 Smith B R F AHA 107 Hamilton C W AHA 107 Hamilton C W AHA 107 Hamilton C R F AHA 107 Hamilton C R F AH 103 Brown C MTW AH 103 Brown C MTW AH 103 Guidry E MTW AH 103 Guidry E MTW AH 108 Woods T MTW AH 108 Woods T MTW rf 101 Hamilton C MTW rf 101 Hamilton C MTW

08:00-12:00 08:00-11:40 06:30-12:00 12:30-05:40 06:30-12:00 12:30-05:40 06:30-12:00 12:30-05:40 06:30-12:00 12:30-05:40 06:30-12:00 12:30-05:40 06:30-12:00 12:30-05:40 0630-1200 1230-0540 0630-1200 1230-0540 06:30-11:30 12:00-04:45 06:30-11:30 12:00-04:45 06:30-11:30 12:00-04:45 06:30-11:30 12:00-04:45

(POFT) Professional Office Technology 60268 Lec 1321 01 Business Math MMED 141 Warner H MTWR 0800-1000 60269 Lec 1329 01 Begin Keyboarding MMED 143 Granger P MTWR 1010-1210 60271 Lec 2331 73 Administrative Sys Guillot S Online Course

POFT 2331-73 will run June 3rd-July 25th

(CSME) Cosmetology 60072 Lec 2441 01 Prep St Lic Exam COS 101 Guidry C Mtw COS 101 Guidry C Mtw COS 101 Guidry C R 60074 Lec 2441 02 Prep St Lic Exam COS 102 Guidry C Mtw COS 102 Guidry C Mtw COS 102 Guidry C R 60275 Lec 2515 01 Cosmetology Inst III cos 115 guidry c mtw cos 115 guidry c mtw

0730-0920 1200-0330 0730-1130 0730-0920 1200-0330 0730-1130 0730-1130 1200-0300

* Designates evening courses

Note: All online courses for summer, with the exception of MATH 0332, will run June 3rd through July 25th.

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SUMMER I 2013 Online Courses Courses taught over the Internet provide an avenue for students to attain college credit outside the traditional classroom. A web-based course provides an interactive connection between students and teacher. Students have access to the course through the Internet from a computer at home or at work -- any time, day or night. Using the Internet, students receive instructional materials and interact with the teacher, who guides them through the course, monitors their progress and advises them as necessary.

and give students enormous flexibility in scheduling. Instead of going to class at regularly-scheduled times, students have access to course materials and the instructor from remote locations, including their own homes, at times convenient to their individual schedules.

Interested students must be aware, however, that the flexibility offered by the course shifts a great deal of responsibility to the student. This lack of a rigid class schedule may seem very appealing because it allows students to set their own schedule. It requires much Online courses present effective and flexible educational opportunities self-discipline, however, and many students discover that they need for busy students and professionals outside the traditional classroom, a more traditionally-structured learning environment. Should I Enroll in an On-Line Course? Before you sign up for a distance education course, ask yourself if the following descriptions apply to you: • Self-Starter – No one has to tell me when to do my schoolwork • Motivated – I feel a strong desire to accomplish whatever I put my mind to • Organized – I’m a planner and can schedule things so most get done • Goal Oriented – I like to set goals for myself and follow through • Computer Friendly – I feel very comfortable using a computer and have very few problems • Assertive – If I need help, I’m not afraid to seek out answers • Good Writer – I can communicate well in writing • Good Reader – I can read with understanding and assimilate large amounts of information • Prepared – I have checked the catalog to make sure I have had the prerequisites for this course If most of these describe you, then you can probably succeed in and benefit from taking an online course. To meet the objectives of these courses, you must have the following: • Ready access to a computer • Internet access with email • Internet navigation skills • Basic computer skills • E-mail skills • File management skills • Course-Specific Software

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The courses below require access to a computer with Windows XP or later and Microsoft Office 2003 or later. Microsoft Word is required for these courses. (ARTS) ARTS 1301-73 Art Appreciation Faggard, A. Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

(PHYS) PHYS 1405-73 Conceptual Physics Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Byrd, O.

(BCIS) BCIS 1305-73

(PSYC) PSYC 2301-73 General Psychology PSYC 2314-73 Lifespan Human Growth/Dev Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Barbay, C. Barbay, C.

(BIOL) BIOL 2402-73 (BUSI) BUSI 1301-73

Business Computer Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Cammack, J.

Anatomy/Physiology II (LEC/LAB) Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Longlet, N.

(SOCI) SOCI 1301-73

Business Principles Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Bryant, J.

(MATH) MATH 0332-73 Intermediate Algebra Course will run June 3rd-July 9th

(ECON) ECON 2301-73 Prin of Economics-Macro ECON 2302-73 Prin of Economics-Micro Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th (ENGL) ENGL 1301-73 English Composition Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th (GOVT) GOVT 2305-73 Federal Government Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th (HECO) HECO 1322-73 Principles of Nutrition HECO 1322-74 Principles of Nutrition Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Bryant, J. Bryant, J.

Lowe, Z.

Owen, C.

Woodard, A. Woodard, A.

(MATH) MATH 1314-73 College Algebra Askew, M. Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th (MUSI) MUSI 1310-73 American Popular Music Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Intro Sociology Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Brown, L.

Jones, K.

Prospective students must have made an A or B in the previous course (MATH 0313) or have a COMPASS score in math of 42-49 All tests will be done on campus.

(ITSC) ITSC 1401-73 ITSC 1401-74 (HITT) HITT 1305-73

Intro to Computers Intro to Computers Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Staff Staff

Medical Terminology Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Guillot, S.

(POFM) POFM 2333-73 Medical Document Production Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Guillot, S.

(POFT) POFT 2331-73 Administrative Systems Course dates are June 3rd-July 25th

Guillot, S.

Askew, M.

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SUMMER II 2013 (ENGL) English

ACADEMIC DIVISION The student is responsible for consulting the catalog and/or advisors concerning prerequisites for courses.

MATHematics AND SCIENCE (BCIS) Business Computer Appl 70111 Lec 1305 20 Bus Computer Appl MMED 203 Cammack J MTWR 1010-1210 MMED 203 Cammack J MTWR 1215-0125

(BIOL) Biology 70013 Lec 70014 Lec 70016 Lab 70017 Lab 70018 Lab 70110 Lab

2402 01 2402 02 2402 04 2402 05 2402 06 2402 03

Anatomy/Phys Anatomy/Phys Anatomy/Phys Anatomy/Phys Anatomy/Phys Anatomy/Phys

II EDUC 105 Jordan P MTWR II EDUC 105 Jordan P MTWR II EDUC 122 Pollock R T R II EDUC 122 Pollock R M W II EDUC 122 Pollock R T R II EDUC 122 Pollock R M W

0800-1000 1100-0100 0800-1030 1100-0130 1100-0130 0800-1030

(MATH) Mathematics

All Developmental Math Classes (Math 0312, Math 0313, and Math 0332) will take their Math tests outside of class time. All assignments will be done via an interactive, online program. 70086 Lec 0312 03 Pre-Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MTWR 70021 Lec 0312 04 Pre-Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MTWR 70023 Lec 0312 05 Pre-Algebra SSC 107 STAFF MTWR 70024 Lab 0312 26 Pre-Algebra MUS 107 Steele S R 70025 Lec 0313 04 Intro Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MTWR 70088 Lec 0313 05 Intro Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MTWR 70089 Lec 0332 03 Inter Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MTWR 70028 Lec 0332 04 Inter Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MTWR 70078 Lec 1332 01 College Math I MMED 209 Gregory S MTWR 70019 Lec 1314 01 College Algebra MMED 209 Gregory S MTWR

1010-1210 1220-0220 0300-0500 0245-0345 0800-1000 1220-0220 0800-1000 1010-1210 1010-1210 0800-1000

70029 Lec 70030 Lab 70031 Lec 70080 Lec 70033 Lab 70081 Lec 70002 Lec 70003 Lec

0301 0301 0302 0310 0310 0317 1301 1302

02 Basic Reading Skills SSC 105 Brooks C MTWR 26 Basic Reading Skills MUS 107 Steele S R 02 College Rdng Skills SSC 105 Brooks C MTWR 02 Develop Writing I ssc 105 Brooks C MTWR 26 Develop Writing I MUS 107 Steele S R 02 Develop Writing II SSC 105 Brooks C MTWR 20 English Comp MMED 101 James C MTWR 20 English Comp MMED 101 Lowe Z MTWR

(GOVT) Government 70107 Lec 2305 01 Federal Gov PAC 70108 Lec 2306 01 Texas Government PAC

136 Triebel M MTWR 0800-1000 136 Triebel M MTWR 1010-1210

(HIST) History 70006 Lec 1301 20 US History 1763-1877 PAC 70007 Lec 1302 20 US Hist Since 1877 PAC

134 134

70008 Lec 1315 01 Public Speaking PAC 70009 Lec 1315 20 Public Speaking PAC

130 Gengo D MTWR 1010-1210 130 Stafford L MTWR 0800-1000

STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER (SSC) Student Success Center 70090 Lab 101 01 READING SSC 70092 Lab 102 01 Math SSC 70094 Lab 103 01 Write SSC

Lab Steele S TBA Lab Steele S TBA Lab Steele S TBA

TECHNICAL DIVISION The student is responsible for consulting the catalog and/or advisors concerning prerequisites for courses.

Business & Technology

70076 Lec 1300 20 Learning Framewrk EDUC 106 Clark J MTWR 1010-1210 70077 Lec 2301 20 General Psyc EDUC 106 Clark J MTWR 0800-1000

(ACCT) Accounting 70082 Lec 2302 01 Prin Accounting II MMED 135

70109 Lec 2313 01 Criminal Law/Proc PMPC 204 Broussard J MTWR 1010-1210

MUSIC (MUSB) Music Marketing 70112 Lec 2301 01 Music marketing PAC

148

freyermuth j MTwr 1010-1210

(MUSC) Commercial Music 70044 Lec 2427 01 Audio Engr II PAC 135 PAC 135

Wallace J M T Wallace J W R

1000-0250 1000-0250

70053 Lec 1451 01 Art of Hair/Theory COS 101 Smith A M COS 101 Smith A M COS 101 Smith A M COS 101 Smith A T W R COS 101 Smith A T W R 70054 Lec 1451 02 Art of Hair/Theory COS 113 Guidry C M COS 113 Guidry C M COS 113 Guidry C M COS 113 Guidry C T W R COS 113 Guidry C T W R

(DRAM) Drama

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Quist E MTWR 1010-1210

(CSME) Cosmetology

* Designates evening courses

LIBERAL ARTS 70045 Lab 1162 01 Musical Theater II PAC 70046 Lab 1162 50 Musical Theater II PAC 70047 Prc 1321 01 Theater Prac IV PAC

Warner H MTWR 0800-1000

(LGLA) Paralegal

(PHED) Physical Education 70049 Lec 1101 01 Fitness for Life PMPC 110

Wilbur C MTWR 1010-1210 Wilbur C MTWR 0800-1000

(SPCH) Speech

(PSYC) Psychology

HEALTH, FITNESS, & SPORTS

0800-1000 0355-0455 0800-1000 1010-1210 0355-0455 1010-1210 0800-1000 1010-1210

132 Cockrell C MTWR 1010-0130 132 Cockrell C MTWR 0600-0920 * 132 Cockrell C MTWR 0140-0500

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0730-0920 0930-1130 1200-0430 0730-1130 1200-0430 0730-0920 0930-1130 1200-0430 0730-1130 1200-0430


HYBRID COURSES Summer & Fall 2013 A "hybrid" course is one that combines traditional face-to-face classroom instruction with a significant online component. At LSC-PA, students enrolled in hybrid courses for the summer semester will meet in the classroom with their instructor three days per week (Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays). Students enrolled in hybrid courses for the fall semester will meet in the classroom with their instructor two days per week (Mondays and Wednesdays). Hybrid courses offer students the advantages of the active, autonomous learning process of an Internet-based course, as well as the regularly scheduled interaction with the course instructor. Students also enjoy greater flexibility in scheduling, decreased travel to campus, and the opportunity for greater control of their own learning activities.

NEW Fall 2013-NCBO Non-Course Based Offerings In response to a legislative mandate, THECB requires that all Developmental Education departments offer non-course based remediation (NCBO) for reading, writing and math effective fall 2013. Beginning fall 2013, ENGL 0301-25 and ENGL 0310-25 will be added to meet these requirements. For a student to be eligible for enrollment in one of these courses, they must have earned a “D” while enrolled for the first time in ENGL 0301 or ENGL 0310. Students who made an “F” will be considered on an individual basis.

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PORT ARTHUR FEES — FALL 2013 Semester Hours

Tuition Texas

Tuition Non-Texas

Student Service Fee

Student Center Fee

Recreation Transcript Endowed Sports Fee Scholarship Fee Fee

Library Fee

Athletic Fee

Administrative Computer Use Fee

Total Charge Texas

Total Charge Non-Texas

1

$

115.96

$

469.96

$

28.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

1.00 $

4.00

$

9.62

$

18.70

$

233.28

$

587.28

2

$

231.92

$

939.92

$

56.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

2.00 $

8.00

$

19.24

$

37.40

$

410.56

$ 1,118.56

$

3

$

347.88

$

1,409.88

84.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

3.00

$ 12.00

$

28.86

$

56.10

$

587.84

$ 1,649.84

4

$

463.84

$

1,879.84

$ 112.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

4.00

$ 16.00

$

38.48

$

74.80

$

765.12

$ 2,181.12

5

$

579.80

$

2,349.80

$ 140.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

5.00

$ 20.00

$

48.10

$

93.50

$

942.40

$ 2,712.40

6

$

695.76

$

2,819.76

$ 168.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

6.00

$ 24.00

$

57.72

$

112.20

$ 1,119.68

$ 3,243.68

7

$

811.72

$

3,289.72

$ 196.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

7.00

$ 28.00

$

67.34

$

130.90

$ 1,296.96

$ 3,774.96

8

$

927.68

$

3,759.68

$ 224.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

8.00

$ 32.00

$

76.96

$

149.60

$ 1,474.24

$ 4,306.24

9

$ 1,043.64

$

4,229.64

$ 252.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00 $

9.00

$ 36.00

$

86.58

$

168.30

$ 1,651.52

$ 4,837.52

10

$ 1,159.60

$

4,699.60

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 10.00

$ 40.00

$

96.20

$

187.00

$ 1,828.80

$ 5,368.80

11

$ 1,275.56

$

5,169.56

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 11.00

$ 44.00

$ 105.82

$

205.70

$ 1,978.08

$ 5,872.08

12

$ 1,391.52

$

5,639.52

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 12.00

$ 48.00

$ 115.44

$

224.40

$ 2,127.36

$ 6,375.36

13

$ 1,507.48

$

6,109.48

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 13.00

$ 52.00

$ 125.06

$

243.10

$ 2,276.64

$ 6,878.64

14

$ 1,623.44

$

6,579.44

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 14.00

$ 56.00

$ 134.68

$

261.80

$ 2,425.92

$ 7,381.92

15

$ 1,739.40

$

7,049.40

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 15.00

$ 60.00

$ 144.30

$

280.50

$ 2,575.20

$ 7,885.20

16

$ 1,855.36

$

7,519.36

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 16.00

$ 64.00

$ 153.92

$

299.20

$ 2,724.48

$ 8,388.48

17

$ 1,971.32

$

7,989.32

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 17.00

$ 68.00

$ 163.54

$

317.90

$ 2,873.76

$ 8,891.76

18

$ 2,087.28

$

8,459.28

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 18.00

$ 72.00

$ 173.16

$

336.60

$ 3,023.04

$ 9,395.04

19

$ 2,203.24

$

8,929.24

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 19.00

$ 76.00

$ 182.78

$

355.30

$ 3,172.32

$ 9,898.32

20

$ 2,319.20

$

9,399.20

$ 280.00

$ 27.00

$

24.00

$ 5.00

$ 20.00

$ 80.00

$ 192.40

$

374.00

$ 3,321.60

$ 10,401.60

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

INSTALLMENT PAYMENT OPTION

Students may request installment payments. To do so, complete the form below and mail or turn it in to the Cashier’s Office, Lamar State College-Port Arthur, P.O. Box 310, Port Arthur, TX 77641-0310. Installment payments may also be requested through Lamar-Port Arthur’s web site. LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR Installment Agreement Acceptance Form I would like to use the Installment Payment Plan for the FALL 2013 Semester

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

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LAMAR STATE COLLEGE-PORT ARTHUR FALL 2013 REGISTRATION PROCEDURES Lamar State College-Port Arthur will hold Web Registration for the Fall 2013 registration period. In order to use web registration you must be a current student not subject to TSI restrictions. All students are encouraged to speak with an Admission Advisor before registering, especially those graduating in December. If you have any problems regarding your admission status, contact an Admission Advisor for assistance. NOTE: Students planning to attend more than one Lamar campus must apply and be accepted to each campus they wish to attend.

Students may register by web or in person according to the alphabetic schedule below. Lamar State College-Port Arthur student groups exempt from the alphabetic listing are students with disabilities and graduating students. TSI students who have not met ALL TSI requirements must register in person. Students with financial or other holds cannot register until holds are cleared.

ALPHABETIC REGISTRATION SCHEDULE FOR FALL 2013 ALPHABET

DATE

PAYMENT DUE

Advising Begins

March 25

A-L, December graduates, April 1-6 August 14, 27 & 29 Students with disabilities M-Z

April 8-13 August 14, 27 & 29

Open Registration

April 15-August 23 August 14, 27 & 29

Drop for Non-Payment

August 15, 27 & 29

* Students who early register for Fall 2013 must pay their fees by August 14, 27 & 29 or their classes will be cancelled.

ATTENTION STUDENTS: There will be a $50 reinstatement fee charged when classes are cancelled due to non-payment. LATE REGISTRATION FOR FALL 2013 Register in person, on campus, third floor of the Student Center DATES: August 26-29 TIMES: 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

ON-SITE REGISTRATION: All students who cannot or do not wish to use the web registration system may register on campus with an Admission Advisor during normal working hours.

NOTE: Students who owe financial debts to the college are prohibited from registering until all debts are paid in full.

Students with financial or other holds cannot web register until holds are cleared. REGISTRATION FOR FINANCIAL AID STUDENTS- Students should register Call 984-6126 for financial holds and 984-6168 for other holds. according to the schedule above and contact the Financial Aid Office before the end of their respective payment period. They should bring a copy of the bill to For more information or instructions regarding admission or registration, contact the Financial Aid Office. the Admission Advisors Office at 984-6186, 984-6183, 984-6184 or 984-6185.

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FALL 2013 ACADEMIC CALENDAR GENERAL REGISTRATION April 1 - August 23

LATE REGISTRATION

August 26-29 Late registration is handled through the Admission Office, third floor of the Student Center, from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. THERE IS A $10 LATE FEE. NOTE: FEE STATEMENTS MUST BE DATED SAME DATE AS PAYMENT DATE.

FIRST CLASS DAY August 26

LAST DAY FOR SCHEDULE CHANGES August 29

HOLIDAYS

September 2, Labor Day observed November 28-29, Thanksgiving

September 3 - November 6, 2013

APPLICATION FOR DECEMBER GRADUATION September 3 - November 6 Students should apply as early as possible.

DROP/WITHDRAW

October 1-Last day to drop or withdraw and still receive a Q/W (16 week course) November 6-Last day to drop or withdraw with penalty (16 week course) September 12-Last day to drop or withdraw and still receive a Q/W (Session 1-8 week course) October 9-Last day to drop or withdraw with penalty (Session 1-8 week course) November 14-Last day to drop or withdraw and still receive a Q/W (Session 2-8 week course) December 11-Last day to drop or withdraw with penalty (Session 2-8 week course)

FINAL EXAMS

December 5 Final exams begin. December 6-11 Final exams continue.

COMMENCEMENT December 13, 6:30 p.m.

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APPLICATION FOR DECEMBER 2013 GRADUATION Step 1: Students planning to graduate in December 2013 should complete all forms, following the instructions located in the Records Office on the third floor of the Student Center. Step 2: Go to the Lamar-Port Arthur Bookstore to pay your graduation fees. Fees below are subject to change. Cap and Gown ...... $37.98 plus tax Diploma ................ $27.98 plus tax Mailing Fee .............. $11.00 Step 3: Pick up cap and gown in the Lamar-Port Arthur Bookstore. Questions concerning graduation should be directed to Amanda Metts in the Records Office on the Student Center third floor, 984-6176.

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FALL 2013 ACADEMIC DIVISION

(EDUC) Education

For information on Online Courses, see Pages 39-41 The student is responsible for consulting the catalog and/or advisors concerning prerequisites for courses.

MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE (BCIS) Business Computer Applications 90797 Lec 1305 01 Bus Computer Appl MMED 203 Cammack J MWF 0900-0950 90798 Lab 1305 71 Bus Computer Appl Cammack J Online Lab 90799 Lec 1305 02 Bus Computer Appl MMED 203 Cammack J MWF 1000-1050 90800 Lab 1305 72 Bus Computer Appl Cammack J Online Lab 90801 Lec 1305 03 Bus Computer Appl MMED 203 Cammack J TR 0930-1045 90802 Lab 1305 73 Bus Computer Appl Cammack J Online Lab 90757 Lec 1305 04 Bus Computer Appl MMED 203 Cammack J TR 1100-1215 MMED 203 Cammack J TR 1216-0116 90081 Lec 1305 75 Bus Computer Appl Ned K Online Course 90082 lec 1305 76 bus computer appl cammack j Online Course 90083 Lec 1305 77 Bus Computer Appl Ned K Online Course

(BIOL) Biology 90177 Lec 1322 90178 Lec 1322 90085 Lec 1406 90086 Lab 1406 90087 Lab 1406 90131 Lec 2401 90132 Lec 2401 90133 Lec 2401 90134 Lab 2401 90135 Lab 2401 90136 Lab 2401 90137 Lab 2401 90138 Lab 2401 90803 Lec 2401 90140 Lab 2401 90142 Lec 2402 90143 Lec 2402 90145 Lab 2402 90146 Lab 2402 90644 Lab 2402 90645 Lab 2402 90646 Lab 2402 90807 Lab 2402 90521 lec 2402 90147 Lec 2420 90148 Lab 2420 90149 Lab 2420 90150 Lec 2420 90151 Lab 2420 90152 Lab 2420 90153 Lec 2420

01 Nutrition MMED 224 Pollock R MWF 0800-0850 02 Nutrition MMED 224 Pollock R TR 1230-0145 01 General Biology I EDUC 105 Longlet N MW 1200-0115 02 General Biology I EDUC 124 Longlet N M 0130-0320 03 General Biology I EDUC 124 Longlet N W 0130-0320 01 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 105 Jordan P MWF 0900-0950 02 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 105 Jordan P MWF 1100-1150 03 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 105 Longlet N TR 0800-0915 04 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R M 1000-1150 05 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R M 0130-0320 06 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R T 0800-0950 07 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R T 1000-1150 08 Anatomy/Phys I EDUC 122 Pollock R W 1000-1150 73 Anatomy/Phys I Longlet N Online course 74 Anatomy/Phys I Longlet N Online Lab 01 Anatomy/Phys II MMED 205 Jordan P MW 1200-0115 02 Anatomy/Phys II EDUC 105 Longlet N TR 0930-1045 03 Anatomy/Phys II EDUC 122 Pollock R W 1200-0150 04 Anatomy/Phys II EDUC 122 Pollock R W 0200-0350 05 Anatomy/Phys II EDUC 122 Pollock R R 0800-0950 06 Anatomy/Phys II EDUC 122 Pollock R R 1000-1150 07 Anatomy/Phys II EDUC 122 Pollock R F 1000-1150 08 Anatomy/Phys II EDUC 122 Pollock R F 1200-0150 73 anatomy/phys ii longlet n online course 01 Intro Microbiology MMED 224 Jordan P TR 0930-1045 02 Intro Microbiology EDUC 124 Jordan P T 1100-1250 03 Intro Microbiology EDUC 124 Jordan P R 1100-1250 50 Intro Microbiology EDUC 105 Ashcraft J TR 0500-0615 * 51 Intro Microbiology EDUC 124 Ashcraft J T 0630-0820 * 52 Intro Microbiology EDUC 124 Ashcraft J R 0630-0820 * 73 Intro Microbiology Jordan P Online course

(CHEM) Chemistry 90847 Lec 90848 Lab 90105 Lec 90106 Lab 90107 Lab 90818 Lec 90108 Lec 90109 Lab 90110 Lab 90819 Lec 90820 Lec 90846 Lab

1405 1405 1405 1405 1405 1405 1406 1406 1406 1406 1411 1411

01 Intro Chemistry educ 106 STAFF TR 0800-0915 02 Intro Chemistry educ 124 STAFF Tr 0930-1025 59 Intro Chemistry nhs 100 Jordan S TR 0500-0615 * 59A Intro Chemistry nhs 100 Jordan S T 0630-0820 * 59b Intro Chemistry nhs 100 Jordan S R 0630-0820 * 73 Intro Chemistry STAFF Online course 59 Chem allied health nhs 100 Jordan S TR 0500-0615 * 59A Chem allied health nhs 100 Jordan S T 0630-0820 * 59B Chem allied health nhs 100 Jordan S R 0630-0820 * 73 Chem allied health STAFF online course 01 Gen Chemistry educ 106 STAFF MWF 0900-0950 02 Gen Chemistry educ 124 STAFF MW 1000-1130

(CRIJ) Criminal Justice 90813 Lec 90814 Lec 90815 Lec 90816 Lec 90817 Lec

1301 1301 1306 2323 2328

01 Intro Crim Justice educ 105 STAFF TR 1230-0145 74 Intro Crim Justice STAFF Online Course 73 Courts Sys/Prac STAFF online course 50 Lgl Aspects Law Enf educ 106 STAFF TR 0500-0615 * 01 Police Sys/Practice educ 105 STAFF TR 1100-1215

90155 Lec 90156 Lec 90851 Lec 90852 Lec 90849 Lec 90850 Lec 90158 Lec 90159 Lec 90160 Lec 90161 Lab 90162 Lec 90163 Lab

1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1300 1300 1301 1301 2301 2301

01 Lrng Framework EDUC 120 Peeler B T 1100-1150 02 Lrng Framework EDUC 120 Peeler B T 1200-1250 03 Lrng Framework EDUC 120 Peeler B R 1100-1150 04 Lrng Framework EDUC 120 Peeler B R 1200-1250 50 Lrng Framework PAC 132 Stretcher G R 0530-0620 * 51 Lrng Framework PAC 132 Stretcher G R 0630-0720 * 01 Lrng Framework EDUC 106 Peeler B MWF 1100-1150 02 Lrng Framework EDUC 106 Peeler B MW 1200-0115 01 Intro Tchng Prof RF 106 Trevey R TR 1100-1215 02 Intro Tchng Prof Trevey M TBA TBA 01 Intro Spec Pop RF 106 Trevey R TR 0930-1045 02 Intro Spec Pop Trevey M TBA TBA

(GEOL) Geology 90096 Lec 1403 01 Phys Geology MMED 145 Taylor R Tr 90097 Lab 1403 02 Phys Geology MMED 145 Taylor R TR

0830-0945 0946-1146

(HECO) Home Economics 90084 Lec 1322 73 Prin Nutrition 90642 Lec 1322 74 Prin Nutrition 90643 Lec 1322 75 Prin Nutrition

Woodard A Online Course Woodard A Online Course Woodard A Online Course

All Developmental Math Classes (Math 0312, Math 0313, and Math 0332) will take their Math tests outside of class time. All assignments will be done via an interactive, online program.

(MATH) Mathematics 90214 Lec 0312 01 Pre-Algebra MMED 213 STAFF MWF 0800-0850 90215 Lec 0312 02 Pre-Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MWF 0900-0950 90216 Lec 0312 03 Pre-Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MWF 1100-1150 90217 Lec 0312 04 Pre-Algebra MMED 213 STAFF M W 1200-0115 90218 Lec 0312 05 Pre-Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J TR 0800-0915 90219 Lec 0312 06 Pre-Algebra MMED 205 STAFF TR 0930-1045 90220 Lec 0312 07 Pre-Algebra MMED 205 STAFF TR 1100-1215 90221 Lec 0312 08 Pre-Algebra MMED 205 STAFF TR 1230-0145 90223 lab 0312 26 Pre-Algebra MUS 107 Steele S F 0200-0300 90224 lab 0312 27 Pre-Algebra MUS 107 Steele S F 0330-0430 90226 Lec 0312 25 Pre-Algebra SSC 107 Jones K MWF 1000-1050 90677 Lec 0312 50 Pre-Algebra SSC 107 STAFF tr 0500-0615 * 90233 Lec 0313 01 Intro Algebra SSC 107 STAFF MWF 0800-0850 90234 Lec 0313 02 Intro Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MWF 0900-0950 90235 Lec 0313 03 Intro Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MWF 1000-1050 90239 Lec 0313 04 Intro Algebra MMED 221 STAFF MW 1200-0115 90240 Lec 0313 05 Intro Algebra SSC 107 STAFF TR 0800-0915 90241 Lec 0313 06 Intro Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J TR 0930-1045 90242 Lec 0313 07 Intro Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J TR 1100-1215 90789 Lec 0313 08 Intro Algebra MMED 221 STAFF TR 1230-0145 90790 Lec 0313 25 Intro Algebra SSC 107 Jones K MWF 1100-1150 90791 Lec 0313 50 Intro Algebra SSC 107 STAFF TR 0630-0745 * 90792 Lec 0332 01 Inter Algebra SSC 107 Jones K MWF 0900-0950 90245 Lec 0332 02 Inter Algebra MMED 213 Knowles J MWF 1000-1050 90246 Lec 0332 03 Inter Algebra MMED 221 Steele S MWF 1100-1150 90247 Lec 0332 04 Inter Algebra SSC 105 STAFF MW 1200-1250 90793 Lec 0332 05 Inter Algebra MMED 221 Steele S TR 0930-1045 90794 Lec 0332 06 Inter Algebra MMED 221 Steele S TR 1100-1215 90250 Lec 0332 07 Inter Algebra MMED 213 STAFF TR 1230-0145 90251 Lec 0332 20 Inter Algebra SSC 107 Jones K MWF 1200-1250 90254 Lec 0332 50 Inter Algebra MMED 221 STAFF MW 0500-0615 * 90256 Lec 0332 73 Inter Algebra Jones K Online Course 90111 Lec 1314 01 College Algebra MMED 209 Askew M MWF 0900-0950 90112 Lec 1314 02 College Algebra MMED 209 Askew M MWF 1100-1150 90113 Lec 1314 03 College Algebra MMED 209 Askew M TR 0800-0915 90114 Lec 1314 04 College Algebra EDUC 106 Gregory S TR 0930-1045 90115 Lec 1314 05 College Algebra MMED 209 Martinez M TR 1230-0145 90647 Lec 1314 50 College Algebra MMED 209 Askew M M W 0500-0615 * 90116 Lec 1314 73 College Algebra Askew M Online Course 90804 Lec 1314 74 College Algebra Tran M Online Course 90805 Lec 1314 75 College Algebra Tran M Online Course 90117 Lec 1325 01 Elem Analyt Bus App MMED 209 Gregory S TR 1100-1215 90118 Lec 1332 01 College Math I MMED 224 Martinez M TR 1100-1215 90806 Lec 1332 73 College Math I Tran M Online Course 90119 Lec 1350 01 Fundamentals Math I MMED 209 Askew M MW 1200-0115 90649 Lec 2312 01 Precalculus Math MMED 209 Askew M TR 0930-1045

* Designates evening courses

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(PHYS) Physics 90098 Lec 90099 Lab 90100 Lab 90104 Lec 90808 Lec

1405 1405 1405 1415 1417

(ENGL) English

01 Conceptual Physics pac 132 02 Conceptual Physics MMED 225 03 Conceptual Physics MMED 225 73 Physical Science 73 Physical Science II

Byrd Byrd Byrd Byrd Byrd

O TR 1100-1215 O T 0100-0450 O R 0100-0350 O Online course O Online course

(PSYC) Psychology 90164 Lec 90165 Lec 90166 Lec 90167 Lec 90168 Lec 90169 Lec 90170 Lec 90171 Lec 90174 Lec 90175 Lec 90176 Lec 90809 Lec 90810 Lec 90120 Lec 90121 Lec 90122 Lec 90123 Lec 90811 Lec 90125 Lec 90812 Lec 90124 Lec 90126 Lec 90127 Lec

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

01 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 120 Clark J M 1000-1050 02 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 120 Clark J M 1100-1150 03 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 120 Clark J T 0930-1020 04 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 120 Clark J W 0900-0950 05 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 120 Clark J W 1200-1250 50 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 106 Clark J M 0530-0620 * 73 Learning Frmwrk Clark J Online Course 74 Learning Frmwrk Clark J Online Course 01 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 106 Clark J TR 1100-1215 02 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 106 Clark J TR 1230-0145 50 Learning Frmwrk EDUC 106 Clark J MW 0630-0745 * 73 Learning Frmwrk Clark J Online Course 74 Learning Frmwrk Clark J Online Course 01 General Psyc MMED 224 Barbay C MWF 0900-0950 02 General Psyc MMED 224 Carona K TR 0800-0915 20 General Psyc MMED 224 Barbay C MWF 1200-1250 73 General Psyc Barbay C Online Course 74 General Psyc Clark J Online Course 20 Lfspn Hmn Grwth/Dv MMED 224 Barbay C MWF 1000-1050 50 Lfspn Hmn Grwth/Dv MMED 224 Carona K T 0500-0745 * 74 Lfspn Hmn Grwth/Dv Barbay C Online Course 73 Lfspn Hmn Grwth/Dv Barbay C Online Course 50 Intro Stat Methods MMED 224 Carona K M 0500-0745 *

(SOCI) Sociology 90130 Lec 1301 73 Intro Sociology 90690 Lec 1301 74 Intro Sociology

Brown L Online Course Brown L Online Course

HEALTH, FITNESS, AND SPORTS (KINE) Kinesiology 90412 Lec 1304 01 Health/Wellness PMPC 202 Broussard J MWF 90413 Lec 1306 01 First Aid PMPC 202 Beck C TR 90650 Lec 1337 01 Non-Trad Games PMPC 202 Kish C TR

1000-1050 0930-1045 1100-1215

(PHED) Physical Education 90406 Lec 1101 01 Fitness for Life PMPC 110 Broussard J MWF 90407 Lec 1101 02 Fitness for Life PMPC 110 Rowe M MWF 90408 Lec 1101 03 Fitness for Life PMPC 110 Rowe M MWF 90409 Lec 1101 04 Fitness for Life PMPC 110 Goodman C TR 90890 Lec 1120 01 Basketball II PMPC 204 Kish C TR 90888 Lec 1123 01 Softball II PMPC 204 Rowe M MW 90891 Lec 1126 01 Dance II tba Broussard J tba

0700-0750 0900-0950 1000-1050 0930-1045 0300-0415 0300-0415

LIBERAL ARTS 90001 Lec 1301 01 Art Appreciation PAC 148 Megnet G MWF 0800-0850 90002 Lec 1301 02 Art Appreciation PAC 148 Megnet G MWF 0900-0950 90003 Lec 1301 03 Art Appreciation PAC 148 Megnet G MWF 1000-1050 90004 Lec 1301 04 Art Appreciation PAC 148 Faggard A MWF 1100-1150 90005 Lec 1301 05 Art Appreciation PAC 148 Faggard A M W 1200-0115 90006 Lec 1301 06 Art Appreciation PMPC 204 Osborne A TR 0800-0915 90007 Lec 1301 07 Art Appreciation PMPC 204 Osborne A TR 0930-1045 90768 Lec 1301 08 Art Appreciation PMPC 204 Osborne A TR 1100-1215 90008 Lec 1301 50 Art Appreciation PAC 148 Faggard A M 0630-0915 90687 Lec 1301 73 Art Appreciation Faggard A Online Course 90578 Lec 1303 01 Art History I PAC 148 Megnet G TR 0930-1045 90009 Lec 1316 01 Drawing I PAC 150 Megnet G MWF 1100-1150 PAC 150 Megnet G MWF 1200-1250 90010 Lec 1317 01 Drawing II PAC 150 Megnet G MWF 1100-1150 PAC 150 Megnet G MWF 1200-1250 90012 Lec 2316 01 Painting I PAC 150 Megnet G TR 1100-1215 PAC 150 Megnet G TR 1230-0145 90013 Lec 2317 01 Painting II PAC 150 Megnet G TR 1100-1215 PAC 150 Megnet G TR 1230-0145 90011 Lec 2323 01 Life Drawing I PAC 150 Megnet G MWF 1100-1150 PAC 150 Megnet G MWF 1200-1250

(DRAM) Drama

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01 Theater Practicum I PAC 02 Theater Practicum I PAC 01 Acting I PAC 02 Acting I PAC

01 Basic Reading Skills SSC 105 STAFF MWF 0800-0850 02 Basic Reading Skills MMED 149 STAFF MW 1200-0115 03 Basic Reading Skills SSC 107 STAFF TR 0930-1045 04 Basic Reading Skills MMED 105 STAFF TR 1100-1215 25 Basic Reading Skills MMED 150 STAFF MWF 1200-1250 26 Basic Reading Skills mus 107 Steele S m 0355-0455 50 Basic Reading Skills SSC 105 STAFF TR 0500-0615 * 01 clg Reading Skills SSC 105 STAFF MWF 0900-0950 03 clg Reading Skills SSC 105 Armstrong S MWF 1100-1150 04 clg Reading Skills MMED 149 STAFF TR 0930-1045 19 clg Reading Skills SSC 105 STAFF TR 0800-0915 05 clg Reading Skills SSC 105 STAFF TR 1230-0145 50 clg Reading Skills SSC 105 STAFF MW 0630-0745 * 01 Devel Writing I MMED 150 STAFF MWF 1000-1050 02 Devel Writing I MMED 149 STAFF MWF 1100-1150 03 Devel Writing I MMED 105 STAFF TR 0800-0915 04 Devel Writing I SSC 105 STAFF TR 1100-1215 25 Devel Writing I MMED 150 STAFF MWF 1200-1250 26 Devel Writing I mus 107 Steele S w 0355-0455 50 Devel Writing I SSC 105 STAFF TR 0630-0745 * 01 Devel Writing II MMED 150 STAFF MWF 0900-0950 02 Devel Writing II ssc 105 STAFF MWF 1000-1050 03 Devel Writing II SSC 107 STAFF TR 1100-1215 19 Devel Writing II SSC 105 STAFF TR 0930-1045 50 Devel Writing II SSC 105 STAFF MW 0500-0615 * 73 Devel Writing II STAFF Online Course 01 English Comp MMED 101 Byrd S MWF 0800-0850 02 English Comp MMED 111 Judice M MWF 0800-0850 03 English Comp MMED 143 James C MWF 0800-0850 04 English Comp MMED 101 Byrd S MWF 0900-0950 05 English Comp MMED 111 Judice M MWF 0900-0950 06 English Comp MMED 145 James C MWF 0900-0950 07 English Comp MMED 101 Byrd S MWF 1100-1150 08 English Comp MMED 101 James C M W 1200-0115 09 English Comp MMED 111 Judice M TR 0800-0915 10 English Comp MMED 111 James C TR 0930-1045 11 English Comp MMED 111 James C TR 1100-1215 12 English Comp MMED 101 James C TR 1230-0145 20 English Comp MMED 101 Lowe Z MWF 1000-1050 50 English Comp MMED 101 Placette A M 0630-0915 * 73 English Comp James C Online Course 74 English Comp James C Online Course 75 English Comp James C Online Course 01 English Comp MMED 205 Lowe Z MWF 0900-0950 02 English Comp MMED 111 Judice M MWF 1000-1050 03 English Comp MMED 101 Byrd S TR 0930-1045 04 English Comp MMED 101 Byrd S TR 1100-1215 20 English Comp MMED 111 Lowe Z MWF 1100-1150 50 English Comp MMED 101 Placette A T 0630-0915 73 English Comp Lowe Z Online Course 74 English Comp Lowe Z Online Course 01 Mstrwrks Brit Lit MMED 135 Byrd S MWF 1000-1050 73 Mstrwrks Brit Lit STAFF Online Course 50 Mstrwrks Amer Lit MMED 135 Gongre C TR 0630-0745 * 01 Mstrwrks World Lit MMED 135 Judice M TR 0930-1045 73 Mstrwrks World Lit Lowe Z Online Course

(GOVT) Government

(ARTS) Art

90579 Prc 1320 90580 Lab 1320 90770 Lec 1351 90771 Lab 1351

90183 Lec 0301 90184 Lec 0301 90186 Lec 0301 90187 Lec 0301 90892 lec 0301 90571 lab 0301 90669 Lec 0301 90190 Lec 0302 90192 Lec 0302 90193 Lec 0302 90195 Lec 0302 90795 Lec 0302 90196 Lec 0302 90199 Lec 0310 90202 Lec 0310 90203 Lec 0310 90666 Lec 0310 90893 lec 0310 90667 Lab 0310 90668 Lec 0310 90207 Lec 0317 90208 Lec 0317 90209 Lec 0317 90210 Lec 0317 90685 Lec 0317 90796 Lec 0317 90018 Lec 1301 90019 Lec 1301 90020 Lec 1301 90021 Lec 1301 90022 Lec 1301 90023 Lec 1301 90024 Lec 1301 90025 Lec 1301 90026 Lec 1301 90027 Lec 1301 90028 Lec 1301 90772 Lec 1301 90029 Lec 1301 90030 Lec 1301 90035 Lec 1301 90774 Lec 1301 90775 Lec 1301 90036 Lec 1302 90037 Lec 1302 90038 Lec 1302 90039 Lec 1302 90040 Lec 1302 90577 Lec 1302 90776 Lec 1302 90777 Lec 1302 90042 Lec 2321 90778 Lec 2321 90043 Lec 2326 90044 Lec 2331 90773 Lec 2331

132 Gengo 132 Gengo 132 Gengo 132 Gengo

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0100-0150 1200-1250 1000-1050 1100-1150

90583 Lec 90584 Lec 90585 Lec 90586 Lec 90587 Lec 90779 Lec 90780 Lec 90588 Lec 90590 Lec 90781 Lec 90591 Lec 90592 Lec 90593 Lec

2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2305 2306 2306 2306

01 Federal Gov PAC 136 Triebel M MWF 0800-0850 02 Federal Gov PAC 136 Triebel M MWF 0900-0950 03 Federal Gov PAC 136 Triebel M MWF 1000-1050 04 Federal Gov PAC 136 Triebel M MWF 1100-1150 05 Federal Gov PAC 136 Fischenich B MWF 1200-1250 06 Federal Gov PAC 136 Triebel M TR 0800-0915 07 Federal Gov PAC 136 Triebel M TR 0930-1045 50 Federal Gov PAC 136 STAFF M 0630-0915 73 Federal Gov Owen C Online Course 74 Federal Gov Owen C Online Course 01 Texas Government MMED 205 Fischenich B MWF 1000-1050 02 Texas Government PAC 136 Triebel M TR 1100-1215 73 Texas Government Lindley N Online Course

(HIST) History 90056 Lec 90057 Lec 90058 Lec 90059 Lec 90782 Lec 90783 Lec 90594 Lec 90063 Lec 90785 Lec 90786 Lec 90064 Lec 90065 Lec 90066 Lec 90067 Lec

1301 1301 1301 1301 1301 1301 1301 1301 1301 1301 1302 1302 1302 2301

01 US History 1763-1877 PAC 134 Copple M MWF 0800-0850 02 US History 1763-1877 PAC 132 Commings C MWF 0800-0850 03 US History 1763-1877 PAC 134 Commings C MWF 0900-0950 04 US History 1763-1877 PAC 134 Copple M MWF 1000-1050 05 US History 1763-1877 PAC 134 Copple M MWF 1200-1250 06 US History 1763-1877 PAC 134 Copple M TR 1230-0145 50 US History 1763-1877 PAC 134 Wilbur C T 0530-0815 * 73 US History 1763-1877 Wilbur C Online Course 74 US History 1763-1877 Wilbur C Online Course 75 US History 1763-1877 Wilbur C Online Course 01 US Hist Since 1877 PAC 134 Copple M MWF 1100-1150 02 US Hist Since 1877 PAC 134 Copple M TR 0930-1045 73 US Hist Since 1877 Wilbur C Online Course 01 History of Texas PAC 134 Copple M TR 1100-1215

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(PHIL) Philosophy 90692 Lec 1301 01 Intro Philosophy RF 106 90068 Lec 1301 50 Intro Philosophy PAC 136 90069 Lec 1301 73 Intro Philosophy

Bertin D TR 0800-0915 Bertin D T 0630-0915 * Lindley N Online Course

Lec 1500 Lab 1500 Lec 1510 Lab 1510

(SGNL) Sign Language 90787 Lec 1301 01 sign language PAC

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(SPCH) Speech 90070 90071 90072 90073 90074 90075 90076 90077 90078 90079 90788

Lec Lec Lec Lec Lec Lec Lec Lec Lec Lec Lec

1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315 1315

01 Public Speaking PAC 130 Holley K MWF 0800-0850 02 Public Speaking PAC 132 Gengo D MWF 0900-0950 03 Public Speaking PAC 130 Holley K MWF 0900-0950 04 Public Speaking PAC 130 Cockrell C MWF 1000-1050 05 Public Speaking PAC 130 Cockrell C MW 1200-0115 06 Public Speaking PAC 130 Stafford L TR 0800-0915 07 Public Speaking PAC 130 Cockrell C TR 0930-1045 08 Public Speaking PAC 130 Cockrell C TR 1100-1215 20 Public Speaking PAC 130 Stafford L MWF 1100-1150 50 Public Speaking PAC 130 Cockrell C W 0630-0915 * 73 Public Speaking Stafford L Online Course

01 50 01 50 01 50

ssc ssc ssc ssc ssc ssc

Read SSC TBA Steele Lab Read SSC TBA Steele Math SSC TBA Steele Math SSC TBA Steele Lab Write SSC TBA Steele Lab Write sSC TBA Steele

AH AH AH AH

120 Guidry E R 0800-1120 120 Guidry E RF 1200-0200 120 Humphries E M 0800-1100 120 Humphries E MT 1200-0300

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

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

Clin 1360 01 Clin Surgical Tech AH AH Lec 1505 01 Intro Surgical Tech AH AH Lec 1509 01 Fund Periop Cncpt AH AH

110 110 122 122 122 110

Accounting Accounting Accounting Accounting

I MMED 135 I II MMED 135 II MMED 135

Warner Warner Warner Warner

H TR 0800-0915 H Online Course H MWF 0900-0950 H TR 1100-1215

(BUSG) Business-General 90439 Lec 2305 50 Bus Law/Contracts PAC

130 STAFF R

0600-0830

(BUSI) Business

90090 Lec 1301 01 Business Principles PMPC 204 Bryant J MW 1200-0115 90091 Lec 1301 73 Business Principles Bryant J Online Course 90830 Lec 1301 74 Business Principles STAFF Online Course

(NURA) Nurse Aid

(SRGT) Surgical Technology

01 Prin 73 Prin 01 Prin 02 Prin

90321 Lec 1303 01 Intro Accounting I MMED 143 Warner H MWF 1100-1150 90821 Lec 1311 50 Intro to Comp Acnt MMED 143 STAFF T 0530-0800 90822 Lab 1311 71 Intro to Comp Acnt STAFF online Lab

ALLIED HEALTH Clin 1160 03 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 125 Clin 1160 04 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 125 Clin 1160 05 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 125 Clin 1160 06 Clin-Nurse Asst/Aide RF 125 Lec 1301 01 Nrse Aide HlthCre Org I RF 106 Lab 1301 02 Nrse Aide HlthCre Org I RF 106 Lab 1301 03 Nrse Aide HlthCre Org I RF 125 Lab 1301 04 Nrse Aide HlthCre Org I RF 125 Lab 1301 05 Nrse Aide HlthCre Org I RF 125 Lab 1301 06 Nrse Aide HlthCre Org I RF 125

2301 2301 2302 2302

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Lec 1227 01 Essen Med Admn Clin 1261 01 Clin (LPN Training) Clin 1261 02 Clin (LPN Training) Clin 1261 03 Clin (LPN Training) Clin 1261 04 Clin (LPN Training) Lec 1304 01 Fndtions of Nrsg Lec 1330 01 Mat/Neonatal Nurs Lec 1331 01 Pharmacology Clin 1463 01 Clin (LPN Training) Clin 1463 02 Clin (LPN Training) Clin 1463 03 Clin (LPN Training) Clin 1463 04 Clin (LPN Training)

I I III III

Important Notice for Allied Health Students

90257 Lec 90828 Lec 90595 Lec 90827 Lec

S S S S S S

TECHNICAL DIVISION

(VNSG) Vocational Nursing

Hlth/Illness Hlth/Illness Hlth/Illness Hlth/Illness

(ACCT) Accounting

(SSC) Student Success Center 90678 Lab 101 90679 Lab 101 90680 Lab 102 90681 Lab 102 90682 Lab 103 90683 Lab 103

01 Nurs 02 Nurs 01 Nurs 02 Nurs

Allen S M 1005-0105 (ECON) Economics Allen S T 1005-0105 Allen S r 1005-0105 90092 Lec 2301 01 Prin Eco-Macro PMPC 204 Bryant J MWF 0900-0950 Allen S F 1005-0105 90093 Lec 2301 73 Prin Eco-Macro Bryant J Online Course Allen S W 1230-0210 90914 lec 2301 74 prin eco-macro staff online course Allen S W 0230-0430 90094 Lec 2302 01 Prin Eco-Micro PMPC 204 Bryant J MWF 1000-1050 Allen S M 0800-1000 90829 Lec 2302 73 Prin Eco-Micro STAFF Online Course Allen S T 0800-1000 Allen S R 0800-1000 (GAME) Computer Game Design Allen S F 0800-1000 90284 Lec 1303 01 Intro Game Des/Dev MMED 150 STAFF MWF 0800-0850 90285 lab 1303 71 Intro Game Des/Dev STAFF Online Lab Buckner Buckner Buckner Buckner Buckner Buckner

B MT B MT B W B W B R B R

0630-1130 1230-0330 0800-1130 1230-0430 0800-1130 1230-0430

(HITT) Health Information Technology 90320 Lec 1305 01 Medical Term I MMED 143 STAFF TR 1100-1215 90308 Lec 1305 73 Medical Term I STAFF Online Course

(HRPS) Health Professions

90824 Lec 2331 20 Gen Hlth Prof Mngt MMED 143 STAFF MWF 1200-1250 90825 lab 2331 71 Gen Hlth Prof Mngt STAFF Online Lab AH 120 davis e W 1200-0200 AH 108 Guidry E MT 0630-1130 (HRPO) Human Resources Personnel AH 108 Guidry E MT 1200-0300 AH 103 Brown C MT 0630-1130 90266 Lec 1191 01 SpecTopic: HR Mng MMED 141 Sweat R M 0100-0250 AH 103 Brown C MT 1200-0300 90267 Lec 1191 02 SpecTopic: HR Mng MMED 141 LeJeune S F 0100-0250 AH 103 Woods T MT 0630-1130 90268 Lec 1191 03 SpecTopic: HR Mng MMED 141 LeJeune S F 0300-0450 AH 103 Woods T MT 1200-0300 90441 Lec 1191 50 SpecTopic: HR Mng MMED 141 McGee L T 0500-0650 * AHA 107 STAFF MT 0630-1130 90270 Lec 1311 01 Human Relations MMED 135 McGee L MW 1200-0115 AHA 107 STAFF MT 1200-0300 90826 Lec 1311 50 Human Relations MMED 145 McGee L R 0530-0815 * AH 120 Brown C F 0800-1100 AH 120 Smith L T 0800-1100 (IMED) Information Multimedia AH 120 davis e W 0800-1100 AH 103 Smith L WRF 0630-1200 90287 Lec 1316 01 Web Design I MMED 150 Richardson L TR 1100-1215 AH 103 Smith L WRF 1230-0300 90288 Lab 1316 71 Web Design I Richardson L Online Lab AH 103 Humphries E WRF 0630-1200 AH 103 Humphries E WRF 1230-0300 AH 108 LaGrone T WRF 0630-1200 * Designates evening courses AH 108 LaGrone T WRF 1230-0300 AHA 107 Brown G WRF 0630-1200 AHA 107 Brown G WRF 1230-0300

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(ITCC) Information Technology

(AUMT) Automotive

90835 Lab 1312 50 Cisco Disc3: Intro Rout/Switch COSA 110 Guidry K MW 0530-0830 * 90834 Lec 1312 71 Cisco Disc3: Intro Rout/Switch Guidry K Online Lab 90839 Lab 1313 50 Cisco Disc4: Design/Supp Net COSA 110 Guidry K MW 0530-0830 * 90838 Lec 1313 71 Cisco Disc4: Design/Supp Net Guidry K Online Lab ITCC 1312-50 will run August 26th-October 18th ITCC 1313-50 will run October 28th-December 20th

90597 Lec 1325 01 PC Hardware COSA 112 Granger A MW 1230-0145 90289 Lec 1401 01 Intro to Computers MMED 105 Sweat R MWF 0800-0850 90290 Lab 1401 71 Intro to Computers Sweat R Online Lab 90291 Lec 1401 02 Intro to Computers MMED 105 Sweat R MWF 1000-1050 MMED 105 Sweat R MW 1051-1150 NOTE: Lab for section 02 is face-to-face 90293 Lec 1401 03 Intro to Computers MMED 105 STAFF TR 0930-1045 90292 Lab 1401 72 Intro to Computers STAFF online lab 90844 Lec 1401 04 Intro to Computers MMED 105 STAFF TR 1230-0145 90598 lab 1401 76 intro to computers STAFF Online Lab 90331 Lec 1401 50 Intro to Computers MMED 105 Sweat R M 0500-0730 * 90912 Lab 1401 77 Intro to Computers Sweat R Online Lab 90295 Lec 1401 73 Intro to Computers Granger A Online Course 90324 Lec 1401 74 Intro to Computers Granger A Online Course 90294 Lec 1401 75 Intro to Computers STAFF Online Course

(ITSE) Information Technology 90845 Lec 1359 01 Intro Scripting Lng MMED 149 STAFF MWF 0900-0950 MMED 149 STAFF MW 0951-1021 90882 Lec 2357 01 Adv Obj-Orien Prg MMED 150 STAFF TR 0800-0915 90883 Lab 2357 71 Adv Obj-Orien Prg staff Online Lab

(ITNW) Information Technology 1325 1325 1353 1353

01 Fundsl Net Tech COSA 110 Granger A TR 1100-1215 71 Fundsl Net Tech Granger A Online Lab 50 Spt Net Infrastruct MMED 149 Fontenot D TR 0530-0800 * 71 Spt Net Infrastruct fontenot d Online Lab itnw 1353-50 will run august 26th-october 18th

(ITSY) Information Technology 90840 Lec 2300 50 Oper Sys Security MMED 149 Fontenot D TR 0530-0800 * 90841 Lab 2300 71 Oper Sys Security Fontenot D Online Course * ITSY 2300-50 will run October 28th-December 20th

(LGLA) Paralegal 90259 Lec 1307 01 Intro Law/Lgl Prof PMPC 202 90262 Lec 1401 01 Lgl Rsrch/Writing MMED 141 MMED 141 90602 Lec 2303 01 Torts/Pers Inj Law TBA TBA 90603 Lec 2313 01 Crim Law/Proc RF 106 90264 Int 2388 01 Para/Lgl Asst Intrn

Quist Quist Quist Quist Quist Quist

E MWF 1100-1150 E TR 1100-1215 E TR 1216-0116 E TR 0930-1045 E MWF 0900-0950 E TBA TBA

(MDCA) Medical Assistant 90908 Lec 1205 01 Medical Law/Ethics MMED 141 Granger P mw 1200-1250 90307 Lec 1205 73 Medical Law/Ethics Granger P Online Course 90913 lec 1309 73 anat/phys med assist Guillot S Online Course 90611 Lec 1343 73 Medical Insurance Guillot S Online Course MDCA 1205-73, 1309-73, & 1343-73 will run August 26th-December 11th

(POFI) Professional Office Information 90909 Lec 1349 90910 lab 1349 90735 Lec 1349 90736 Lab 1349 90885 Lec 2340

01 spreadsheets MMED 143 warner h tr 1230-0145 72 spreadsheets staff online lab 50 Spreadsheets MMED 141 STAFF R 0530-0800 * 71 Spreadsheets STAFF Online Lab 73 Adv Word Processing Granger P Online Course POFI 2340-73 will run August 26th-December 11th

(POFM) Professional Office Medical 90887 Lec 90303 Lec 90304 Lab 90354 Int

1300 1302 1302 2386

20 Med Coding Basics MMED 143 Guillot S MWF 1000-1050 20 Med Software Appl MMED 143 Guillot S MWF 0900-0950 71 Med Software Appl Guillot S Online Lab 01 Int-Med Ofc Asst/Sec Granger P TBA TBA

(POFT) Professional Office Technology 90315 Lec 90316 Lec 90823 Lec 90311 Lec 90312 Lab 90886 Lec 90355 Int

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D M D M D T D T D W D W D R D R

0800-1030 1035-1135 0800-0940 0945-0145 0800-0940 0945-0145 0800-0940 0945-0145

(CETT) Electronics Communication

(ITSC) Computer & Information Science

90842 Lec 90843 Lab 90836 Lec 90837 Lab

90612 Lec 1305 01 Intro Auto Tech PTAC 104 Harriman AUTM 101 Harriman 90613 Lec 1307 01 Auto Electrical PTAC 104 Harriman AUTM 101 Harriman 90614 Lec 1310 01 Auto Brake System PTAC 104 Harriman AUTM 101 Harriman 90615 Lec 1316 01 Auto Susp/steer PTAC 104 Harriman AUTM 101 Harriman

01 Admin Office Proc I MMED 141 Granger P MWF 0800-0850 01 Prof Wrkfrc Prep MMED 141 Granger P TR 0930-1045 20 Begin Keyboarding MMED 141 STAFF MWF 1000-1050 20 Inter Keyboarding MMED 141 STAFF MWF 1100-1150 71 Inter Keyboarding STAFF Online Lab 01 Bus Corr/Comm MMED 141 Granger P TR 0800-0915 01 Int-Adm Asst/Sec Sci Granger P TBA TBA

90272 Lec 1303 01 DC Circuits MMED 228 Peeler B MW 0800-0950 90273 Lec 1325 01 Digital Fund MMED 228 Peeler B TR 0800-0950

(INTC) Instrumentation Technology 90274 Lec 1343 01 Appl Ind Auto Cntr INTC 132 Andress INTC 135 Andress 90276 Lec 1348 01 Analytic Instr INTC 132 Andress INTC 135 Andress 90277 Lec 1356 01 Instr Calibration INTC 132 Andress INTC 135 Andress 90275 Lec 1401 01 Prin Ind Measure INTC 132 Andress INTC 135 Andress

W TR 1030-1120 W TR 1125-1255 W MW 0130-0220 W MW 0225-0355 W TR 0130-0220 W TR 0225-0355 W MW 1030-1145 W MW 1150-0125

(PTAC) Process Technology 90278 Lec 1302 01 Intro Process Tech INTC 132 Powell PTAC 103 Powell 90279 Lec 1308 01 Sfty, Hlth and Env I PTAC 104 Powell 90280 Lec 1332 01 Process Instr I INTC 132 Powell PTAC 103 Powell 90281 Lec 1410 01 Process Tech I PTAC 104 Powell PTAC 103 Powell 90282 Lec 2314 01 Prin of Quality PTAC 104 Powell 90283 Lec 2420 01 Process Tech II-Sys PTAC 104 Powell PTAC 103 Powell

J TR 0800-0850 J TR 0855-0955 J TR 0200-0315 J TR 1030-1120 J TR 1125-0125 J MW 1215-0130 J MW 0135-0235 J TR 0330-0445 J MW 0245-0400 J MW 0405-0505

(CSME) Cosmetology 90438 Lab 1248 01 Prin Skin Care COS 104 Harrison G W 0730-1230 90342 Lec 1410 01 Int Hair Ctng/Thry COS 102 Smith A T 0730-0920 COS 113 Smith A T 0930-1130 COS 113 Smith A T 1200-0430 COS 113 Smith A R 0930-1130 90339 Lec 1421 01 Prin Fcl/Esth tech I COS 104 Harrison G MT 0730-0820 COS 104 Harrison G MT 0830-1230 90340 Lec 1445 01 Prin Fcl/Esth tech II COS 104 Harrison G RF 0730-0820 COS 104 Harrison G RF 0830-1230 90341 Lec 1501 01 Orien Cosmetology COS 102 Smith A M 0730-1000 COS 113 Smith A M 1005-1135 COS 113 Smith A M 1200-0430 COS 113 Smith A R 0231-0430 90347 Lec 1547 01 Principle Skin Care COS 101 LeJeune S M 0730-1000 COS 101 LeJeune S M 1005-1135 COS 101 LeJeune S M 1200-0430 COS 101 LeJeune S R 0205-0435 90343 Lec 1553 01 Chemical Reform COS 102 Smith A W 0730-1000 COS 113 Smith A W 1005-1135 COS 113 Smith A W 1200-0430 COS 113 Smith A R 1230-0230 90344 Lec 2202 01 Int Appl Hair Color COS 102 Smith A R 0730-0920 COS 102 Smith A F 0730-1130 90832 Lec 2337 01 Adv Cos Technique COSA 112 Guidry C M 0730-1000 COSA 105 Guidry C M 1005-1105 COSA 105 Guidry C M 1200-0400 90350 Lec 2343 01 Salon Development COS 101 LeJeune S R 0730-0920 COS 101 LeJeune S R 0930-1130 COS 101 LeJeune S R 1200-0200 90348 Lec 2410 01 Adv Haircut Theory COS 101 LeJeune S T 0730-0920 COS 101 LeJeune S T 0930-1130 COS 101 LeJeune S T 1200-0430 COS 101 LeJeune S F 0730-0900 90833 Lec 2445 01 Inst Theory/Clin Op COSA 112 Guidry C T 0730-1000 COSA 112 Guidry C T 1005-1105 COSA 112 Guidry C T 1200-0400 90349 Lec 2501 01 Prin Hair Color COS 101 LeJeune S W 0730-1000 COS 101 LeJeune S W 1005-1135 COS 101 LeJeune S W 1200-0430 COS 101 LeJeune S F 0905-1105

(COMM) Radio Production 90876 LEC 2303 01 AUDIO/RADIO PROD PAC 122 STAFF MWF 0100-0150

(MUSB) Commercial Music Business 90429 LEC 1305 01 SURVEY MUSIC BUSI PAC 120 90911 LEC 2355 01 LEGAL ASPECT ENTER MMED 145

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(MUSC) Commercial Music

(MUSP) Ensemble, Individual Instruction

90754 LAB 1196 01 SPEC TOPIC:RECORD PAC 118 WALLACE J TR 0930-1045 90861 LAB 1220 01 LIVE SOUND WKSHP MUS 107 HORNE A TR 0400-0515 90429 LEC 1235 01 MUSIC SFTWARE PAC 120 WALLACE J MW 0100-0150 PAC 120 WALLACE F 0100-0150 90417 LEC 1321 01 SONGWRITING PAC 118 HORNE A TR 1100-1215 90660 LEC 1325 01 ACOUSTICS PAC 118 WALLACE J MWF 1200-1250 90427 LEC 1331 01 MUSIC INST DIGI PAC 120 WALLACE J TR 0900-1015 PAC 120 WALLACE J TR 1020-1050 FREYERMUTH J MW 0600-0715 * 90859 LEC 1400 50 SOUND SYSTEM DESG MUS 107 FREYERMUTH J MW 0730-0850 * MUS 107 FREYERMUTH J MW 0300-0550 90431 LEC 1405 01 LIVE SOUND I PAC 135 90425 LEC 1427 01 AUDIO ENGINEER I PAC 135 WALLACE J MWF 0100-0150 PAC 135 WALLACE MWF 0200-0250 90426 LEC 1427 02 AUDIO ENGINEER I PAC 135 WALLACE J TR 1100-1215 PAC 135 WALLACE J TR 1230-0145 RICHARDSON C MWF 0900-0950 90433 LEC 2211 01 SIGHT SING/EAR II PAC 120 RICHARDSON C MWF 0800-0850 90424 LEC 2213 01 MUSIC THEORY II PAC 120 RICHARDSON C TR 0400-0450 90862 LEC 2214 50 IMPROV THEORY I PAC 120 90864 LEC 2447 01 AUDIO ENGINEER III PAC 135 HORNE A MWF 1100-1150 PAC 135 HORNE A MWF 1200-1250 90435 LEC 2447 02 AUDIO ENGINEER III PAC 135 HORNE A TR 0800-0915 PAC 135 HORNE A TR 0930-1045

90865 LEC 1148 50 MUSIC ENS-IMPROV PAC 118 RICHARDSON C MW RICHARDSON C R PAC 118 RICHARDSON C TBA 90868 LEC 1204 01 BASS GUITAR TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 90869 LEC 1204 02 BASS GUITAR TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 90870 LEC 1204 03 BASS GUITAR TBA RICHARDSON C TBA 90871 LEC 1204 04 BASS GUITAR TBA 90462 LEC 1205 01 GUITAR TBA HOWARD M 90463 LEC 1205 02 GUITAR TBA HOWARD M 90464 LEC 1205 03 GUITAR TBA HOWARD M 90465 LEC 1205 04 GUITAR TBA HOWARD M 90466 LEC 1205 05 GUITAR TBA HOWARD M 90475 LEC 1210 01 PIANO TBA VERCHER B 90855 LEC 1210 02 PIANO TBA VERCHER B 90856 LEC 1210 03 PIANO TBA VERCHER B 90857 LEC 1210 04 PIANO TBA VERCHER B 90858 LEC 1210 05 PIANO TBA VERCHER B 90501 LEC 1217 01 PERCUSSION TBA MCQUEEN W 90502 LEC 1217 02 PERCUSSION TBA MCQUEEN W 90767 LEC 1217 03 PERCUSSION TBA MCQUEEN W 90866 LEC 1217 04 PERCUSSION TBA MCQUEEN W 90867 LEC 1217 05 PERCUSSION TBA MCQUEEN W 90448 LEC 1227 01 VOICE TBA LEGER J 90449 LEC 1227 02 VOICE tBA LEGER J 90450 LEC 1227 03 VOICE TBA LEGER J 90451 LEC 1227 04 VOICE TBA LEGER J 90452 LEC 1227 05 VOICE TBA LEGER J RICHARDSON C MW 90415 LEC 1242 01 COMM MUSIC ENSB MUS 107 RICHARDSON C R MUS 107 90416 LEC 1242 02 COMM MUSIC ENSB MUS 107 HORNE A TR MUS 107 HORNE A R 90436 LEC 1242 51 COMM MUSIC ENSB MUS 107 HORNE A TR MUS 107 HORNE A R 90423 LEC 2103 01 COMM MUSIC-PIANO PAC 122 VERCHER B TR 90877 LEC 2106 50 COMM VOCAL ENSB PAC 135 LEGER J MW

(MUSI) Music 90420 LEC 90421 LEC 90863 LEC 90878 LAB 90879 LAB 90880 LAB 90881 LAB 90474 LEC 90872 LEC 90430 LEC 90874 LEC

1181 1181 1182 1183 1182 1182 1182 1301 1310 1310 1310

01 PIANO CLASS INST I PAC 122 VERCHER B MWF 1000-1050 02 PIANO CLASS INST I PAC 122 VERCHER B MWF 1100-1150 03 PIANO CLASS INST II PAC 122 VERCHER B MWF 0900-0950 01 VOICE CLASS I TBA LEGER J TBA 02 VOICE CLASS I TBA LEGER J TBA 03 VOICE CLASS I TBA LEGER J TBA 04 VOICE CLASS I TBA LEGER J TBA 01 MUSIC FUNDAMENT PAC 118 VERCHER B TR 0800-0915 FREYERMUTH J TR 0930-1045 01 AMERICAN POP MUSIC MUS 107 FREYERMUTH J ONLINE COURSE 73 AMERICAN POP MUSIC 75 AMERICAN POP MUSIC VERCHER B ONLINE COURSE

Courses taught over the Internet provide an avenue for students to attain college credit outside the traditional classroom. A web-based course provides an interactive connection between students and teacher. Students have access to the course through the Internet from a computer at home or at work -any time, day or night.

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them through the course, monitors their progress and advises them as necessary. Online courses present effective and flexible educational opportunities for busy students and professionals outside the traditional classroom, and give students enormous flexibility in scheduling. Instead of going to class at regularlyscheduled times, students have access to course materials and the instructor from remote locations, Using the Internet, students receive instructional including their own homes, at times convenient to materials and interact with the teacher, who guides their individual schedules.

Interested students must be aware, however, that the flexibility offered by the course shifts a great deal of responsibility to the student. This lack of a rigid class schedule may seem very appealing because it allows students to set their own schedule. It requires much self-discipline, however, and many students discover that they need a more traditionally-structured learning environment.

Should I Enroll in an On-Line Course? Before you sign up for a distance education course, ask yourself if the following descriptions apply to you:

• Self-Starter – No one has to tell me when to do my schoolwork

• Computer Friendly – I feel very comfortable using a computer and have very few problems

• Motivated – I feel a strong desire to accomplish whatever I put my mind to

• Assertive – If I need help, I’m not afraid to seek out answers

• Organized – I’m a planner and can schedule things so most get done • Goal Oriented – I like to set goals for myself and follow through

• Good Writer – I can communicate well in writing • Good Reader – I can read with understanding and assimilate large amounts of information • Prepared – I have checked the catalog to make sure I have had the prerequisites for this course

If most of these describe you, then you can probably succeed in and benefit from taking an online course. To meet the objectives of these courses, you must have the following: • Ready access to a computer • Basic computer skills • Internet access with email • E-mail skills • Internet navigation skills

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File management skills Course-Specific Software

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16 Week Semester Length: August 26th-December 11th ARTS 1301-73 Art Appreciation Faggard, A. BIOL 2401-73 Anatomy/Physiology I Longlet, N. BIOL 2402-73 Anatomy/Physiology II Longlet, N. BIOL 2420-73 Intro Microbiology Jordan, P. CHEM 1405-73 Intro Chemistry Staff CHEM 1406-73 Chem-Allied Health Staff ENGL 1301-75 Composition I James, C. ENGL 2321-73 Masterwrks Brit Lit Staff ENGL 1302-73 Composition II Lowe, Z. GOVT 2305-73 Federal Govt Owen, C. GOVT 2306-73 Texas Govt Lindley, N. HECO 1322-73 Principles of Nutrition Woodard, A. HIST 1301-73 US History 1763-1877 Wilbur, C. HIST 1302-73 US History Since 1877 Wilbur C. MATH 1314-73 College Algebra Askew, M. MATH 1332-73 College Mathematics Tran, M. MUSI 1310-73 American Pop Music Freyermuth, J. PHIL 1301-73 Intro Philosophy Lindley, N. PHYS 1415-73 Physical Science Byrd, O. PHYS 1417-73 Physical Science II Byrd, O. PSYC 1100-73 Learning Framework Clark, J. PSYC 1100-74 Learning Framework Clark, J. PSYC 1300-73 Learning Framework Clark, J. PSYC 2301-73 General Psychology Barbay, C. PSYC 2314-73 Lifespan Growth/Devel Barbay, C. SPCH 1315-73 Public Speaking Stafford, L. ITSC 1401-73 Intro Computer Granger, D. ITSC 1401-74 Intro Computer Granger, D. ITSC 1401-75 Intro Computer Staff ACCT 2301-73 Prin of Accounting Warner, H. BCIS 1305-75 Business Computer App Ned, K. SOCI 1301-73 Intro Sociology Brown, L. BUSI 1301-73 Business Principles Bryant, J. ECON 2301-73 Prin Economics-Macro Bryant, J. HITT 1305-73 Medical Terminology Staff MDCA 1205-73 Medical Law/Ethics Staff MDCA 1309-73 Anat/Phys for Medical Asst Guillot, S. MDCA 1343-73 Medical Insurance Guillot, S. POFI 2340-73 Adv Word Processing Granger, P. Session 1 (8 Weeks) August 26th-October 18th BCIS 1305-76 Business Comp Appl ENGL 1301-73 Composition I ECON 2302-73 Prin of Economics HECO 1322-74 Principles of Nutrition HIST 1301-74 US History 1763-1877 MATH 1314-74 College Algebra MUSI 1310-74 American Pop Music PSYC 1300-74 Learning Framework PSYC 2314-74 Lifespan Growth/Devel Math 0332-73 Interm Algebra ENGL 0317-73 Develop. Writing II

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For a student to enroll in either ENGL 0317 or MATH 0332 online, the following criteria must be met:

• Students must have made either an A or B in the previous course (ENGL 0310 or MATH 0301, respectively) or have a COMPASS score in math of 42-49 or COMPASS score in writing of 4-5 on essay portion and 45-58 on the multiple choice portion • Prospective students must take all tests on campus

Session II (8 Weeks) October 28th-December 20th Note: Students planning to enroll in Session II courses must note that the session does not end until after December Graduation. Therefore, students planning to graduate in December should not enroll in this session. BCIS 1305-77 BUSI 1301-74 CRIJ 1301-74 CRIJ 1306-73 ECON 2301-74 ENGL 1301-74 ENGL 1302-73 ENGL 1302-74 ENGL 2331-73 GOVT 2305-74 HECO 1322-75 HIST 1301-75 MATH 1314-75 MUSI 1310-75 PSYC 2301-74 SOCI 1301-74

Bus Computer Applications Business Principles Intro Criminal Justice Courts/Sys Practices Prin of Economics-Macro Composition I Composition II Composition II Masterworks World Lit Federal Govt Principles of Nutrition US History 1763-1877 College Algebra American Pop Music General Psychology Intro Sociology

Ned, K. Staff Staff Staff Staff James, C. Lowe, Z. Lowe, Z. Lowe, Z. Owen, C. Woodard, A. Wilbur, C. Tran, M. Vercher. B. Barbay, C. Brown, L.

For a student to access their online course, they should sign on to their my.lamarpa.edu account and click on the “My Courses” tab. Click on the appropriate online course listed under the “My Courses” tab or click on the Blackboard link on the left.

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EFFECTIVE JUNE 1, 2012 Lamar State College – Port Arthur Texas State University System Tobacco Free Policy

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Lamar State College-Port Arthur is an equal opportunity/affirmative action education institution and employer. Students, faculty and staff members are selected without regard to their race, color, creed, handicap, age, sex or national origin, consistent with the Assurance of Compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Executive Order as issued and amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as amended,; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Inquiries concerning application of these regulations should be referred to Dr. Gary Stretcher, Vice President for Academic Affairs: by phone: (409) 984-6209 or (800) 477-5872 ext. 6209 by electronic mail: Gary.Stretcher@lamarpa.edu by mail to: P.O. Box 310, Port Arthur, TX 77641-0310.

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FALL 2013 SENIOR 55+ COURSES

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

FALL 2013 08/26/13 THRU 12/11/13 Integrated Software Applications ITSC 2331-15 COSA 110 GRANGER D T

1:00- 3:30

Please Note: Effective with the Fall 2013 semester, tuition and fees for students age 65 and older shall be calculated as follows:

Designated Tuition Computer Use Fee Endowed Scholarship Fee Student ID Fee

$62 $17 $1 $5

Per Semester Credit Hour Per Semester Credit Hour Per Semester Credit Hour Per Student

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

FALL 2013 FIT TO LIVE CLASSES August 26, 2013 thru December 11, 2013 These classes are designed to encourage students to practice a sound health maintenance program through regular physical activity. They are open to the general public. Enrollment is easy – simply go by the Business Office, at the corner of Procter and Stilwell, and complete a brief registration form. Or call the Cashier, at 984-6126, and register via telephone, using your credit card. The fee for each class is $100. The classes will be held at the Carl A. Parker Multipurpose Center.

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7:00 a.m. - 7:50 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday

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

NEW TSI INFORMATION Texas Success Initiative Texas public institutions of higher education will be required to assess all first time in college students under the Texas Success Initiative using the new TSI Assessment no later than the first day of classes in Fall 2013. The new assessment is being developed. All other tests (ACCUPLACER, COMPASS, THEA, and ASSET) will no longer be used to determine college readiness. NOTE: Students who have tested and enrolled prior to the first class day (August 26th) do NOT have to take the new TSI test. Students enrolling August 26th and after must take the new TSI Assessment test. (409) 983-4921 or 1-800-477-5872

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LSCPA New E-Bill System

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

• Enter your username & password. If you do not know it, follow the directions using “Find your User Name and Password”. If you still have a problem, call IT at 409-984-6150. • Once logged on, select the tab called “My Services”. • Next select “Student” tab. At the menu, locate a link for “Student Payment Center”.

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

ACH can be utilized for refunds and payments. The set-up will require the Check Routing number, Account number, and Cardholders name to process accurately.

Credit card set-up will require the Credit Card Number, Expiration Date, Security Code, Credit Card Type and Cardholders name.

The “Authorized User” menu item provides the ability for your parents and other parties to access the E-Bill system in order to view bills and/or make payments. The “My Account” menu item provides every student the ability to view their balance due and the current payment activity by Term. •

“Current Account Status” is the Total Amount Due.

Click “View Current Activity” to view 12 months of billing history.

Click “PAY” to make a payment.

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

You must enter the Term and Installment plan in which you wish to apply.

The system will calculate the minimum amount due at this time which is equal to 50% of your tuition plus 1/2 the Set-up fee of $10. This is due immediately in order to set-up the installment plan.

The system will calculate 2 equal payments with fixed due dates at the time of sign-up. The system will also send you Email reminders several days before your installment is due.

The “eRefunds” menu item, provides every student immediate access to view the status of an expected refund. The “e-Bills” menu item provides the functionality to view the last Six E-bills that were processed. Use the pull down menu to pick the E-Bill you would like to view. You will receive an Email every time a new E-Bill is generated.

***If you should need additional assistance or have any questions, contact the Cashier’s Office at (409) 984-6126 or come by the Business Office during normal business hours.***

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FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE — FALL 2013 DATE

CLASS PERIOD STARTS

Thursday, Dec. 5

Friday, Dec. 6

Monday, Dec. 9

Tuesday, Dec. 10

Wednesday, Dec. 11

EXAM TIME

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

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

8:00 F 9:00 MWF or F 10:00 F 10:00 MWF 12:00 MWF or F 9:00 MW or M 11:00 MW or MWF 12:00 MW 12:30 MW or MWF 1:00 M or MW or MWF 2:30 MW 5:00 M 5:30 MW 6:30 M 9:00 T 9:30 T/THU 12:00 T 12:30 T/THU 1:00 T or T/THU 1:30 T/THU 5:00 T 5:30 T/THU 6:30 T or T/THU

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

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

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

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

M-Monday

T-Tuesday

W-Wednesday

THU-Thursday

F-Friday

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Important Notice to All LSCPA Students: As a result of discussion with students, student leadership, faculty and staff, a decision was made in spring 2004 that effective with the fall 2004 grading cycle, Lamar State College-Port Arthur changed to a single transcript and GPA PGrade Point Average) for ALL college work attempted. The College had a two track GPA record system with a separate Academic Class GPA and transcript and separate Technical Class GPA and transcript. This action combined all classes from both systems into a less cumbersome and confusing single GPA and transcript, typical of all other colleges and universities in the state and nation. This change had NO impact on any grades a student had taken. Also this change had NO impact on decisions for graduation or graduation honors. This change

streamlined and more clearly presented all course work attempted as viewed by students, advisors, financial aid advisors and more importantly prospective employers and other schools you may choose to attend. Note: Any student who has taken only Academic or Technical courses will not see any change. Only students who have taken both Academic and Technical courses benefitted from the improvements of two transcripts being combined into one simple transcript and one GPA, again typical of all other state and national institutions throughout the country. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact an Advisor or Admission & Records Staff member on the 3rd floor of the Student Center for more specific information.

NEW Student Policy for electronics in the classroom Electronic devices Psuch as cell phones, MP3 players, and laptops) shall not be used during tests unless specifically allowed by the instructor, or the Special Populations Coordinator has determined that such a device is an acceptable accommodation for a physical or mental disability. Under any other circumstances, the use of an electronic device during a test shall be considered academic dishonesty, and will result in appropriate sanctions as outlined in the Instructor’s syllabus, in the Faculty Handbook PSection IX-1), and in the Student Handbook PsAcademic Dishonesty�). Use of electronic devices during normal class hours distracts other students, disrupts the class, and wastes valuable time. Instructors have an obligation to reduce such disruptions. Each instructor shall develop a policy regarding the use of electronic devices in class and include that policy in his/her syllabus.

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