Fall 2022 and Summer 2022 Registration Information

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Livingstone College - Office of the Registrar Salisbury, NC 28144

THE FALL 2022 BLUE BEAR RACE IS ON!

Advisement and Early Registration Steps (Fall 2022 and Summer 2022) ............................................................. 3-4 Academic Divisions - Deans/Department Chairs/Majors...................................................................................... 5-6 First Year Experience (Learning Community) .................................................................... 7 Calendar – Summer School 2021-2022.................................................................................................................. 2 Check List for Fall 2022....................................................................................................................................... 12 Disclaimer............................................................................................................................................................. 1 FAFSA for 2022-2023 .......................................................................................................................................... 8 Financial Aid ........................................................................................................................................................ 8 General Education Check List .............................................................................................................................. 13 Graduation December 2022 - May 2023 (Summer 2022) ...................................................................................... 12 Housing for Fall 2022 (Residence Life) .............................................................................................................. 9-10 On-Line Learner for Fall 2022............................................................................................................................... 4 Register for Fall 2022 Classes and Summer School 2022 ..................................................................................... 3-4 Reminder ............................................................................................................................................................. 14 Residence Life ................................................................................................................................................... 9-10 Tuition and Fees for Summer School ..................................................................................................................... 2 Validation and Official Enrollment ...................................................................................................................... 11

DISCLAIMER Information contained in this notice is subject to change by official action of Livingstone College. Thank you in advance for adhering to the stated policies and procedures of the institution. The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education.

–Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 1|Page


SUMMER SCHOOL CALENDAR Validation for Summer School 2021-2022 .....................................Monday, May 23, 2022 Residence Hall Check In (after validation) ...................................Monday, May 23, 2022 First day of Summer School Classes ............................................. Tuesday, May 24, 2022 Last day to add/drop ...................................................................... Tuesday, May 24, 2022 Last day to withdraw from Summer School (charges will apply after this date) ........................ Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Classes Purged of Non-Validated Students ................................... Thursday, May 26, 2022 Last day of Class for Summer School/Final Exams ...................................... June 30, 2022 Financial Aid Summer School Applications are available in the Office of Financial Aid located in the Price Memorial Building. The application may also be obtained from the financial aid webpage on the Livingstone College website.

TUITION AND FEE SCHEDULE Summer School 2021-2022 Tuition $275.00 (per credit hour) Online Learner Fee $850.00 Cost 6 credit hours 9 credit hours 12 credit hours Tuition $ 275.00 $1,650.00 $2,475.00 $3,300.00 Lab Fee $ 100.00 $100.00 $100.00 $100.00 Book Rental $ 75.00 $ 75.00 $ 75.00 $ 75.00 Online Fee $ 850.00 $850.00 $850.00 $850.00 Room & Board $1,698.00 $1,698.00 $1,698.00 $1,698.00 TOTAL $4,373.00 $5,198.00 $6,023.00 SUMMER SCHOOL ENROLLMENT STATUS Fulltime = 6 or more credit hours Parttime = 5 or less credit hours 2|Page


ADVISEMENT & EARLY REGISTRATION STEPS/PROCEDURES for SUMMER 2022 AND FALL 2022 STEP 1 Make an appointment with your advisor, and according to your appointment, meet with your

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advisor to prepare your schedule for the FALL 2022 semester and SUMMER SCHOOL 2022. NEW FRESHMEN MUST SEE YOUR LEARNING COMMUNITY ADVISOR. Take your laptop to your advisement session. (NOTE: Previously failed classes should be repeated as soon as they are offered again. Be advised, you may only repeat six (6) credits per semester.

STEP 1A – Inform your academic advisor by LC email you will be returning for the fall 2022 semester and need a schedule.

STEP 1B – Advisors may take the initiative and enter schedules and notify advisee through LC email their fall 2022 schedule has been prepared and approved. Check your schedule on your JICS account.

STEP 1C -

If you know you are NOT returning for the FALL 2022 SEMESTER, click the link below and complete the survey:

https://livingstone.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dmPtGJThzGSybzM ____STEP

2 Enter your schedule through JICS while you are with your advisor so that any problems may be

resolved during this time. (You will need your ID# and Personal PIN# to enter your schedule. If you don’t have this information, make request with the Office of the Registrar, Price Building, Room #209. It will be sent to your LC email. TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES: A. Go to the Livingstone College website (www.livingstone.edu) and Click “STUDENTS” then “JICS” B. At the login screen, key in ID# and Pin# (Password) C. Click “Student”; then Click “My Courses” (on left of screen). D. Click “Add/Drop Courses” (on right of screen). Be sure to change term to: “FALL 2022-2023” “SUMMER 2021-2022” E. In the “Add by Course Code Section”, enter the information from your Advisement Form by typing in the box the departmental code (EX: ENG). When the list appears in the drop down, select the section in which you wish to enroll. Enter all of your courses, then click the “Add Courses” button. NOTE: You may also use the Course Search option to add your classes. Review your schedule for accuracy. ___STEP 3 Click the email notification box to send a message to your advisor to approve your courses. (The courses will remain in the RESERVE status until advisor approval.) A student enrolled for 12 or more credit hours will have fulltime status. NC students should have at least 15 credit hours. __STEP

4 Click “Log out”

when you have finished. NOTE: It is your responsibility to review your schedule for approval status and/or changes to meeting days, time, and location. 3|Page


ADVISEMENT & EARLY REGISTRATION STEPS/PROCEDURES for SUMMER 2022 AND FALL 2022-Continuing Check your Summer 2022/Fall 2022 schedule carefully: • • • • • •

dept/course numbers section numbers instructor number of credit hours meeting days/times/bldg./rm # courses in reserve

It is your responsibility to ensure that you are registered for the correct courses and credit hours. It is your responsibility to drop courses you do not plan to attend or stop attending. ALL schedule changes must have the approval of your faculty advisor. If you encounter problems during registration, please contact: Office of the Registrar: 704/216-6157 or 704/216-6158 registrar@livingstone.edu

ON LINE LEARNER A student who desire to receive instruction online during the fall 2022 semester, must make a formal request to the Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Kelli V. Randall. The request must include the following: • • • • • • • •

ID# Full name Classification Major Faculty advisor LC email address Date 2022-2023 FAFSA completed/submitted (date verified with financial aid) Reason to have instruction online.

Deadline for submission: Friday, July 29, 2022 4|Page


Dr. Kelli V. Randall krandall@livingstone.edu Vice President for Academic Affairs Price Admin Building, Room 207

**ACADEMIC DIVISIONS**

DIVISION OF BUSINESS Dr. Rajeshwar Sharma, Dean rsharma@livingstone.edu Ballard Hall, Room 201A Mrs. Shelia Washington, Administrative Assistant swashington@livingstone.edu 704 216 6827 Business Administration (BUS) .................Dr. Mohammad Shariff mshariff@livingstone.edu Computer Information Systems (CIS).......Dr. Mohammad Shariff mshariff@livingstone.edu Culinary Arts (CUL) ..................................Dr. Charles Crowley ccrowley@livingstone.edu Hospitality Management (HMG) ...............Dr. Charles Crowley ccrowley@livingstone.edu Sport Management (SPM) .........................Dr. Charles Crowley ccrowley@livingstone.edu

DIVISION OF EDUCATION, PSYCHOLOGY, & SOCIAL WORK Dr. Tarsha Reid, Interim Dean treid@livingstone.edu Price Building, Room 301 Ms. Anna Kanode Administrative Assistant akanode@livingstone.edu 704 216 6921 Early Childhood Education & Elementary Education (ECE, EDU) ....... Dr. Tarsha Reid treid@livingstone.edu Psychology (PSY)........................................Dr. Charles Pinckney cpinckney@livingstone.edu Social Work (SWK) .................................... ... Dr. Walter Ellis wellis@livingstone.edu

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DIVISION OF LIBERAL ARTS Dr. Homer Crockett, Dean hcrockett@livingstone.edu Harriett Tubman Building, Room 202-B Ms. Samantha Sheff, Administrative Assistant ssheff@livingstone.edu 704 216 6972 Criminal Justice (CRJ) ..............................Dr. Latarcia Barnes lbarnes@livingstone.edu English (ENG) ............................................Dr. Tiffany Adams tadams@livingstone.edu History & Political Science (HIS, POL).....Dr. Homer Crockett hcrockett@livingstone.edu Liberal Studies (LIBST) ............................. . Dr. Michael Ellis mellis@livingstone.edu Music (MUS)...............................................Dr. DaVaughn Miller dmiller@livingstone.edu Religious Studies (REL) ............................. . Dr. Michael Ellis mellis@livingstone.edu Sociology (SOC)..........................................Dr. Latarcia Barnes lbarnes@livingstone.edu

DIVISION OF MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCES Dr. Dawn McNair, Dean dmcnair@livingstone.edu Duncan Science Building, Room 111-A Ms. Kimberly Lord, Administrative Assistant klord@livingstone.edu 704 216 6137 Biology (BIO) ..............................................Dr. Emmanuel Williams ewilliams@livingstone.edu Mathematics (MAT) ...................................Dr. Dawn McNair dmcnair@livingstone.edu

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FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE (Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 New Students) Ms. Holly Zacharias & Learning Community Advisors hzacharias@livingstone.edu Dodge Hall, Student Success Center Ms. Charvetta Ford Program Assistant cford@livingstone.edu 704 216 6063 Learning Community A, B, C, D (BRIDGE) ....................Ms. Courtney Sawyer csawyer@livingstone.edu Learning Community E (CUL, HMG)........................ Chef Elizabeth Marquez emarquez@livingstone.edu Learning Community F (BUS) .........................................Ms. Courtney Sawyer csawyer@livingstone.edu Learning Community G (ENG, HIS, POL, REL) ................Mr. Benjamin Davis Jr. bdavis@livingstone.edu Learning Community H (SPM) ......................................... Mr. Christopher Davis cdavis@livingstone.edu Learning Community I (BUS) ............................................... Mr. Maurice Roper mroper@livingstone.edu Learning Community J (CIS)....................................Mr. Damien Greatheart dgreatheart@livingstone.edu Learning Community K (EDU) ...................................................... Dr. Tarsha Reid treid@livingstone.edu Ms. Danielle Leathers dleathers@livingstone.edu Learning Community L (PSY) .........................................Ms. Courtney Sawyer csawyer@livingstone.edu Learning Community M (CRJ, SOC)................................Ms. Courtney Sawyer csawyer@livingstone.edu Learning Community O (BIO) ............................................... Mr. Gordon Miller gmiller@livingstone.edu Learning Community P (MAT) ....................................... Mr. Benjamin Davis Jr., bdavis@livingstone.edu Learning Community Q (LIBST) ...................................... Ms. Tonya Feimster tfeimster@livingstone.edu Learning Community R (SWK) ................................................... Dr. Walter Ellis wellis@livingstone.edu Learning Community S (SPM)........................................ Mr. Anthony Brown Antbrown@livingstone.edu Learning Community T (TRIO) .................................Mrs. LaTonya Johnson LaJohnson@livingstone.edu 7|Page


IS YOUR FAFSA COMPLETE FOR FALL 2022? OFFICE OF FINANCIAL AID Mrs. Stephanie McNeil, Director x6953 smcneil@livingstone.edu - financialaid1@livingstone.edu **************************************

Meeting DEADLINES is always an important part of the financial aid process. Livingstone College strives to make your registration process as seamless as possible; therefore, we must impose priority deadlines. You may complete your FAFSA as early as October 1 of each year. If you have questions, concerns or need help, contact the Office of Financial Aid at the numbers below (704/216-x or stop by the office (Price Hall Rm. 106). By completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) early and meeting our priority deadline (Saturday, April 2, 2022), a student ensures that he/she is awarded timely and the required documentation is submitted to the Office of Financial Aid timely. You can always submit your FAFSA after these deadlines, but your award may be delayed. The FAFSA is required even if you believe you may not be eligible for federal or state aid. The priority deadline date may be included on the academic calendar and/or posted on the College’s website. How to complete your FAFSA:

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GO to: www.studentaid.gov Click – Apply for Aid Log in – Returning User Complete the FAFSA Form

WHERE TO FIND HELP: Ms. Sandra Lacey, Assistant Director ...................................................................... x6372 slacey@livingstone.edu Mr. Douglas Campbell, FA Counselor .................................... x6252 (Alphabet A-Gi) dcampbell@livingstone.edu Mr. Jamante Garner, FA Counselor ........................................... x6273 (Alphabet Gl-Mo) jgarner@livingstone.edu Mr. Jamar Harp, FA Counselor...................................................... x6723 (Alphabet Mu-Z) jharp@livingstone.edu Ms. Deborah Colbert, FA Counselor/Default Mgr/Evening & Weekend ............... x6010 dcolbert@livingstone.edu Ms. Kara Freeman, Lead FA Counselor/Loan Coordinator ................................. x6747 kfreeman@livingstone.edu Ms. Cynthia Huntley, Administrative Assistant/Office Manager .......................... x6069 chuntley@livingstone.edu Ms. Angelique Singleton, FA Counselor/Scholarship Coordinator ..................... x6252 asingleton@livingstone.edu

ALWAYS CHECK YOUR FINANCIAL AID AWARD AND MISSING DOCUMENTS ON YOUR JICS ACCOUNT. **IMPORTANT NOTICE** The release of federal aid for all students will be determined by class attendance. Federal regulations require that a student attend class to receive federal aid. In order to comply with this requirement, Financial Aid will not be applied until your attendance has been verified by your instructor/professor. Your instructor will verify class attendance through blackboard or sometimes through class rosters. Additionally, your aid will be Adjusted accordingly based on class attendance, credit hours (if below fulltime hours), classification, and/or withdrawals. All Students are REQUIRED to attend class throughout the semester to avoid any disruption of federal aid. 8|Page


DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE OF RESIDENCE LIFE FALL 2022 HOUSING

1) When does the housing fee need to be paid? ANSWER: We strongly encourage the housing fee be paid by May 13, 2022. 2) How can I ensure I will be assigned to a room? ANSWER: All students MUST complete a housing application. There will be no housing assignments without an application and payment. Please use the following process:

Step 1: Go to Livingstone’s website (www.livingstone.edu) Step 2: Go to Student Affairs Tab Step 3: Choose JICS Tab Step 4: Enter Username (Student ID Number) and Password (Issued in letter from Admissions) Step 5: Click on Student Tab Step 6: Choose My Account Step 7: Pay Housing Fee (Once payment is made, the HOUSING APPLICATION will populate.) Step 8: Click on Student Tab Step 9: Choose My Account Step 10: Select Housing Application Step 11: Read and complete application Step 12: Submit application 9|Page


DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE OF RESIDENCE LIFE FALL 2022 HOUSING - continued

3) How can I find my housing information? ANSWER: You can locate your housing information on your JICS account. Generally, room assignments are made at least 72 business hours after the receipt of the application and payment. Step 1: Go to JICS and sign in Step 2: Go to the Student Tab Step 3: Choose Residence Information Step 4: Choose View Residence Information REMINDER: Housing is assigned on a first come first serve basis as long as the criteria for living in the residence halls have been met. Additionally, you MUST be registered FULL TIME and VALIDATED before you will be allowed to move into the residence halls for FALL 2022. Mrs. Miriam Rush, Executive Administrative Assistant………………704/216-6185 Mr. Maurice Roper, Director of Residence Life………..……..704/216-6821 Dr. Orlando Lewis, Vice President for Student Affairs ………………704/216-6185

WHERE TO FIND HELP: Residence Hall

Residence Hall Director

Contact Information

Babcock Hall College Park Dancy Hall Goler Hall Harris Hall Honors Hall Hotel Tucker Hall Teachery

Ms. Patrice Evans-Saunders - PEvans-Saunders@livingstone.edu Ms. Elizabeth Lee - elee@livingstone.edu Mr. Japheth Taylor - jtaylor@livingstone.edu Rev. Brenda Bulger-Walker- bbulger-alker@livingstone.edu Ms. Rosalind O. Mitchell - rmitchell@livingstone.edu Mr. Otis Byrd - obyrd@livingstone.edu Mr. DeAndre Hopper – Dhopper@livingstone.edu Mr. Willie Jones – wjones@livingstone.edu Mr. Corbett Rawls - crawls@livingstone.edu

704 216-5829 704 603-4226 704 640-8316 704 216-6820 704 216 5809 704 216-6919 704 798-0590 704 216-6801 704 216-5789

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FALL 2022 VALIDATION & OFFICIAL ENROLLMENT PROCESS Failure to register early or complete validation may result in a $100 late registration fee.

**VALIDATION** Any student who anticipates attending Livingstone College for any given semester to pursue coursework, must be “VALIDATED” by the Office of Business and Finance-Office of Student Accounts. Validation must be completed prior to official enrollment. A “validated” student is one who has satisfied all financial aid requirements as well as financial obligations to the institution and have been verified by the Office of Student Accounts. After validation, the system updates the student’s official enrollment status. NOTE: VALIDATION must be completed by the first day of class to avoid loss of fall 2022 classes. First Day of Class is Monday, August 22, 2022. In an effort to allow for COVID regulations and to serve you better, please adhere to the dates and times stated below:

Thursday, August 18, 2022 VALIDATION for On-Campus Students STUDENTS LAST NAMES BEGINNING WITH A-F G-L M-R S-Z

TIME 8:30am 10:30am 1:30pm 3:30 pm

1. ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS - check in at the WELCOME STATION according to your stated time. 2. If not validated, report to business office station.

COVID protocols will apply during validation and enrollment. 3. Report to housing station. If validated, check into residence hall. **Students who are NOT validated will NOT be allowed to check into the residence hall.

Friday, August 19, 2022 VALIDATION for Off-Campus and Evening & Weekend Students STUDENTS LAST NAMES BEGINNING WITH TIME A-H I-N O-Z Evening & Weekend Students

1. OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS - check in according to the stated time. 2. If not validated, report to Business Office station.

8:30am 10:30am 1:30pm 2:30 pm

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WELCOME

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COVID protocols will apply during validation and enrollment.

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**G R A D U A T I O N 2022-2023**

Do you anticipate graduation in December 2022 or May 2023? If you have “earned” 36+ credit hours (associate) or 84+ credit hours (bachelors) towards your degree, the Livingstone College Graduation Application Packet will be sent to your LC email account July 1, 2022. Make sure your email is ready to receive the packet and carefully, follow the instructions in the packet. NOTE: If you are completing in summer school 2022, your faculty advisor will notify the Office of the Registrar. The Registrar’s Office will forward your LC GAP to your LC email on or before June 15, 2022.

LIST FOR FALL 2022 Appointment scheduled with advisor. Notice sent to advisor. Advisor entered schedule. FALL 2022 schedule COMPLETED in JICS. SUMMER SCHOOL 2022 schedule COMPLETED in JICS. Are you fulltime with 12 credit hours? If you are a NC student, you must have at least 15 credit hours to qualify for the incentive grant. JICS Profile checked for accuracy. FAFSA filed for 2022-2023

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GO to: www.studentaid.gov Click – Apply for Aid Log in – Returning User Complete the FAFSA Form

Housing application completed Housing deposit paid. Wait at least 72 business hours for housing assignment. Housing assignment received.

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The Graduation Journey starts with General Education GENERAL EDUCATION CHECK LIST

Are you matriculating successfully through your general education program? Yes__ No__ Have you successfully completed your general education program? Yes___ No___ Are there courses you need to repeat? Yes____ No____

Skills/Technology/Religion 7 hours GED 110 College Skills CIS 130 Computer Literacy REL 130 Survey of World Religion Total Skills/Technology/Religion Hours

Grade

Hours 1 3 3

Communications 9 hours ENG 131 Freshman Composition I (“C” or better required) ENG 132 Freshman Composition II (“C” or better required) ENG 230 Fundamentals of Speech Total Communication Hours

Grade

Hours 3 3 3

Foreign Language 6 hours SPA 131 Elementary Spanish I SPA 132 Elementary Spanish II Total Foreign Language Hours

Grade

Hours 3 3

Mathematics 6 hours MAT 133 College Math I MAT 134 College Math II Biology majors mathematics requirement: MAT 137 Precalculus I MAT 138 Precalculus II Total Mathematics Hours

Grade

Hours 3 3

Natural Science 4 hours BIO 140 Freshman Biology or ESC 140 Earth Science or PSC 140 Physical Science Biology majors natural science requirement: BIO 141 Introduction to Biology Total Natural Science Hours

Grade

Physical Activity and Wellness 3 hours PED 130 Fitness and Wellness Total Physical Activity and Wellness Hours

Grade

Hours 3

Social Sciences 12 hours ECO 130 Introduction to Economics and Finances HIS 232 African American History II POL 233 American Government Select one: CRJ 130 Introduction to Criminal Justice or PSY 130 Introduction to Psychology or SOC 130 Principles of Sociology Total Social Science Hours

Grade

Hours 3 3 3

3 3

4

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Hours 4 4 4

3 3 3


R E M I N D E R!!! Spring 2022 Currently Enrolled Students

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DON’T WAIT!!! - GET AN EARLY START! Receive academic advisement. Register for fall 2022 and/or summer school 2022 classes. File your 2022-2023 FAFSA. Check your LC email periodically for official communication, notices, and announcements.

NOTES TO SELF:

_______________________________________ 11 For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end. -- Jeremiah 29:11 King James Version 14 | P a g e