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Catch the Wave

SPRING 2021

Course schedule

Through it all, OCCC students

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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What’s Inside

© 2021 OREGON COAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE 400 SE College Way Newport, OR 97366 541-867-8501 oregoncoast.edu

Community Ed Classes To Enliven Your Work-From-Om Life

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This edition of ‘Catch the Wave’ features an exciting lineup of classes and workshops for small business owners (beginning on facing page). Further in the publication, you’ll find our rich assortment of Community Education courses. It’s not quite ‘Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance,’ but we are offering Yoga ... and roadside automobile repair, among a number of other creative and engaging opportunities to step out of your COVID routine.

Spring and Summer Credit Course Lineups

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If you’ve had enough of placing your college plans on pause during the pandemic, we’re here for you. This Spring, we’ll be offering most classes in safe online (Zoom, etc.) formats, supported by regular contact with talented, friendly (and very human!) faculty, right here on the Oregon Coast. Our Spring and Summer terms are built to prepare you to meet your academic and career goals, and to be ready for the Fall Term, when it’s likely much more in-person instruction will be offered, depending on the state of the pandemic by then.

Welcome! Inside this edition of Catch the Wave, you’ll find a rich assortment of non-credit community education and small business courses from which to choose to brighten up your spring. Anyone can register for these fun, affordable classes. Visit us online at oregoncoast.edu/communityed or oregoncoast.edu/sbdc to find the lineups, along with links to easy online registration and payment. Or, call us at 541-996-6222, and register for the classes you want by phone. And, flip to the center of this publication to review this term’s lineup of credit courses, too! You’ll also find Summer 2021’s classes. This Summer’s term is designed to help get folks who intend to launch their college career in earnest in the Fall but who need to shore up some pre-requisite courses beforehand.

Spring 2021

IMPORTANT DATES

Classes Begin: March 29 Finals Week: June 7-12 End of Term: June 12 Holidays/Closures (OCCC Closed): Spring In-Service: April 16 Memorial Day: May 31

Full Academic Calendar available at

oregoncoast.edu

OCCC Locations

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Central Campus • Newport 400 SE College Way 541-867-8501

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Small Business Classes Buying Happiness

An Introduction to Mobile Marketing

Personal sales strategy for artists, gallery salespeople, and others Everyone wants to buy, but no one wants to be sold. This course will offer tips and techniques to help drive sales and close more deals, with a focus on the ultimate customer experience. We will be joined by several of Hawaii’s top Gallery Directors, visiting virtually to share best practices and field questions. Although there will be a focus on art sales, this course will benefit anyone interested in closing more sales, regardless of your business type. INSTRUCTOR: JESSE DOLIN WEDNESDAYS, MAY 12 & 19 5:30 – 7:30 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $30 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

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Crank Up Your EQ: Emotional Intelligence More than ever, drawing upon the skills and knowledge of emotional intelligence (EQ) can importantly assist all of us in our personal and professional lives. Please join Stewart Brannen, a Certified Intentional Leadership Coach, as he puts a human face on EQ, and navigates course participants through focusing on higher levels of self awareness, that in turn, lead directly to better management of personal interacstewart brannen tions and social relationships. Course participants will learn about the four key elements of EQ, and be shown effective techniques of how to better understand and manage emotions in everyday life and in difficult situations. Attendees will walk away with a much deeper appreciation of how to connect within the world we live in, and with themselves. INSTRUCTOR: STEWART BRANNEN TUESDAY, MAY 4 3-5PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $45 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

If you’ve ever been checking the weather or reading your favorite online news source and have wondered who selected the ads you see at the top and middle of your phone’s screen, this workshop is for you. Are you curious to know how advertisers know where – and who – you are? Is a digital advertising campaign targeting mobile devices and desktop computers right for your business? Join this conversation with Dave Price, OCCC Vice President of Engagement & Entrepreneurship, as he introduces fun-to-say topics such as “geofencing” and “website conquesting,” and talks about local, real-world experience, including case studies of two recent Oregon Coast Community College marketing campaigns using tactics such as these. One of these campaigns is actually underway as this publication goes to press. Note: Businesses that have run their own digital mobile marketing campaigns are encouraged to share with the group. What went wrong? What worked well? We look forward to learning from you, too! INSTRUCTOR: DAVE PRICE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14 NOON-2PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $10 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

The Oregon SBDC Network is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Oregon Business Development Department. Programs and services are provided to the public on a non-discriminatory basis. Language assistance services are available for limited English proficient individuals.

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Small Business Classes Get Stoked About Bookkeeping, with WaveApps Discover this free solution to your business bookkeeping needs

Advanced Facebook Marketing

Get Better Luck Spending Your Ad Bucks with Zuck!

Take this course if you have a Facebook business page – and especially if you’ve noticed a drop in the engagement of fans and organic reach of your content of late. If you feel like you are talking to an empty vacuum in cyberspace, you’re not alone. With the constant changes in Facebook algorithms, attracting, keeping, and engaging fans on a business page is a constant struggle – one that can exhaust your time, your money – and your patience. This workshop will cover some of the methods and strategies big businesses are using on Facebook. We will cover time-saving tips and tricks, as well has how to generate reasons for engagement, and even how to reward customers who engage with and share your content. Learn how to provide content that is valuable and builds customer relationships, and how to be heard above the noise. This class misty lambrecht will highlight changes in social media platforms like:

Have you been doing your books by hand, on a spreadsheet or not at all? Is QuickBooks too expensive or too complicated for your small business? WaveApps is a free, online, cloud-based solution for small business owners. This class will cover WaveApps services such as generating the reports needed for loans, taxes, and business performance evaluation. WaveApps works with your checking account with direct downloads from most banks. WaveApps offers two mobile apps that work from mobile devices, allowing you to process receipts on the road, invoice on the job site, and take credit cards for a fee of 2.9%, plus 30 cents. Don’t leave another job site without leaving behind the invoice or collecting a payment. There are no monthly fees for WaveApps, and it is cloud based, so you needn’t be stressed about that old computer you plan to back up … someday.

• Which analytics you need to watch and interpret? • Facebook target marketing • Instagram and Facebook stories • Facebook shop and Facebook Events app • Facebook Strategy moving forward with the Algorithm changes • Content management and time-saving tricks

INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, APRIL 9 9AM – NOON | CENTRAL CAMPUS NEWPORT | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, MAY 7 | 9AM-NOON | NEWPORT CAMPUS | $35 TUESDAY, MAY 11 | 9AM – NOON | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

Become a Real Estate Broker

Real Estate Property Management License

Have you tried studying independently (and alone) for your Real Estate Broker’s License test? All too often, independent study grinds on for months and months longer than you planned. This class is designed to keep you and your classmates on track, week in and week out, as you work as a group and independently towards preparing to successfully take your Real Estate Broker License test. Start in April and take your test before the end of Spring! There are definitely cheaper independent study programs available. This course, though, proves the reliable axiom that one gets what one pays for. The first class will start Thursday, April 8 and will meet each Thursday night from 5:30-8:30 for 10 weeks. June 10 will be the last Thursday class, and there will be one Saturday class on June 12 from 9-5. The Saturday class is a review day. INSTRUCTOR: JANDA FLEMING THURSDAYS & SATURDAY, APRIL 8 – JUNE 10 + JUNE 12 5:30 – 8:30 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $600 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

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This course introduces the Oregon real estate property manager to licensing laws and rules including statutes within ORS696 pertaining to property management and OAR863. The course is designed to get you prepared to take the State of Oregon Property Manager License Exam. This is the fastest way to qualify to take the exam, which covers the role of property managers, tenant relations, fair housing, lease agreements and more. You must attend all evening class sessions and have online capacity to complete the self-study portion of this course. Students who pass this course are prepared to take the proctored Oregon Property Manager License exam, which is a required step to becoming a licensed property manager through the State or Oregon. Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to describe real estate laws and rules that protect the Oregon consumer in need of property management services provided by a licensed property manager. This course is taught by an experienced Property Manager. For additional information call 503-551-4467. All materials provided. INSTRUCTOR: JULIA JAURE TUESDAYS, APRIL 13 – MAY 25 6 – 8 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $550 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc


Small Business Classes Even if you think of ‘TikTok’ as the sound a clock makes, and ‘Twitch’ as what a rabbit’s nose does...

You can build a YouTube Channel

Do you want to increase YouTube views and subscribers, but you aren’t sure where to start? Are you in search of tips and tactics that will help build brand awareness through creative and effective YouTube strategies? This class will offer insight into an array of YouTube features, strategies, and more. Learn how to increase views and subscribers through the content of your videos and strategic use of YouTube features. We will also cover SEO, best practices, end screens, YouTube cards and more. INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT FRIDAY, APRIL 30 9AM – NOON | NORTH COUNTY, LINCOLN CITY | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

Google Analytics Fundamentals Learn how to use Analytics to really analyze, not just report. We’ll cover how to set up goals, track conversions, create reports and more. This training will explore features like data comparisons, annotations, secondary dimensions, filters, and links. You’ll leave knowing how to drill deeper into your data to get valuable marketing insights. Learn How to get ROI from your analytics. You spend a lot of time on your website – let this class teach you: • How to Setup Google Analytics • Acquisition Reports • Conversion Reports • Using the data to improve your website INSTRUCTOR: MISTY LAMBRECHT TUESDAY, MAY 11 2-5 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

ready, set, start your business!

classes for new businesses | with wendy ludwig

Doing Business in Lincoln County An introduction to business formation, licensing, registration, marketing, and operations. The course is a mix of general start-up information and specific considerations for Oregon Coast businesses INSTRUCTOR: WENDY LUDWIG TUESDAY, MAY 11 | NOON-1:30PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

Financial Statements: What are They Good For? If you run a business but do not have a good understanding of your financial statements, this class is for you. These three reports paint the financial picture of your company, help you evaluate past performance, and plan for the future: • Balance Sheet • Income Statement (also called Profit & Loss Statement) • Statement of Cash Flows We will go over what these reports mean, in plain English. Bring your own financial statements, if you have them, and get your questions answered. Discover a how financial statements can be used to drive business success. INSTRUCTOR: WENDY LUDWIG TUESDAY, MAY 18 | NOON-1:30PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/sbdc

No-Cost Business Advising Still have questions? Don’t forget that the core service provided by your local Small Business Development Center is no-cost, confidential, one-on-one business advising. Anyone can register for business advising; simply click the “Advising” link at oregoncoast.edu/sbdc. Questions? Call us at 541-994-4166.

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Community Education Classes Basic Car Care

for Roadside Emergencies

Surf, Sand & Suds

Lined up end to end, you can fit about 977,000 pint glasses along Oregon’s Central Coast, from Yachats to Everyday basic car care for roadside emergencies. Have Tillamook. Come follow the Coast’s pint trail with Oregon you ever been stranded with a flat tire? Do you even know Coast Community chris rogers what happens under the hood of the car? Living in a rural College’s Community area where tow trucks and cell service could be miles away, Education program do you know the basics to getting your car and your family this Spring, for an safely home or to the shop? Understand the terminology afternoon’s converof car mechanics and basic how-to: sation about the The class will cover: Coast’s beer scene. How to change a tire Instructor Chris How to install chains Rogers will lead this How to check fluids and tire pressure virtual tour, introHow to add water safely to the radiator if your car overducing you to some heats of the brewers and What tools should you have in a roadside emergency kit beers that make the How to change windshield wiper blades and fluid Coast such a coveted Identifying the part under the hood destination for beer How to talk to a mechanic aficionados across The question you should ask when buying a used car the globe. Schedules permitting, Chris may even be able to bring into the Zoom call some of the pace-setting INSTRUCTOR: ALAN HAMILTON coastal brewers themselves to discuss their favorites and FRIDAY, JUNE 4 | 1 – 4 PM | NORTH COUNTY CENTER | $20 talk about what 2021 might bring to a pint glass near REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed you. INSTRUCTOR: CHRIS ROGERS THURSDAY, MAY 20 3:30 – 5 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $15 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

Mussel Harvesting in the Cascade Head Marine Protected Area? Yes, but not in the Marine Reserve. Join Paul Robertson, Cascade Head Biosphere Reserve Staff Scientist for a Mussel Harvesting class in Lincoln City. Learn how and where to safely harvest these delectable mollusks, and where not to. Get up to speed on the boundaries where the Marine Protected Area meets the Marine Reserve, and how the harvest allowances and restrictions are part of the overall research in one of Oregon’s Five Marine Reserves. Course will also cover important information on understanding the tides, swell conditions, shellfish toxins, and – of course – demonstrate how to sustainably collect your evening’s dinner. INSTRUCTOR: PAUL ROBERTSON SATURDAY, MAY 1ST | $20 10:30 AM – NOON | LIVE ON THE BEACH IN LINCOLN CITY CLASS LIMITED TO 8 PARTICIPANTS CLASS SUBJECT TO CANCELATION DUE TO SURF/WEATHER. REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

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Community Education Classes Create Your Mandala Spark your creativity by creating and coloring mandalas. This activity can help you relax, bring the sense of calm into your life and lower anxiety level. (Has there ever been a time more appropriate for taking a relaxing class?) Mandala is a great art form to use for emotional expression, self-healing, and self-exploration. You will design your own art using round objects around your house, or from scratch using colored pencils, pens, markers, oil pastels, crayons, watercolor – and even acrylics. Katia will provide instructions on how to use them. If you can draw a circle and a square you are on the path to creating your own mandala. They can be as complex or as simple as you want them to be. Rediscover your own story by finding your own expression. The process of repetition in your mandala is a relaxing activity. Coloring in a mandala is enjoyed by many people. We will talk about color theory to help you create interesting color combinations, as well as the symbolic meanings of the colors used. We will talk about digital mandalas and apps you could use to create them. Please have a piece of paper (8”x10” or whatever sizes you have), a graphite pencil, 3 different sizes round objects or a compass, and something to color with. INSTRUCTOR: KATIA KYTE SATURDAY, APRIL 3 | 10 AM - NOON | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $20 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

Keyhole Gardening and Spring Planting The African Keyhole Garden utilizes the concepts of composting, water wise gardening and the utilization of minimal space for maximum vegetable production. The Keyhole Garden is a circular garden with a central composting bin which is also used for watering. The water leaches the nutrients from the compost to the roots of the plants, maximizing their impact and reducing the need for additional fertilizer. The Keyhole Garden utilizes the principles of composting, water wise gardening, decreasing contaminates into the water table and getting maximum vegetable yield out of a small space. Come see how An aerial view of th OCCC in L e these principles are incoln Cit Master Gardeners y. ’ Keyhole Garden a applied as you learn t how to build, plant, maintain and harvest great bounty from a 6’ circle. INSTRUCTOR: MARY JANE BONELITZ THURSDAY, APRIL 28 | 10 AM-NOON | $10 LIVE VIA ZOOM (POSSIBLE IN-PERSON COMPONENT.) REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

Cooking with Steve 2:

Oregon Seafood!

In the Winter term, Chef Steve Sprague taught his live Zoom cooking class with a focus on Northern Italian Cuisine. For the Spring, his focus is much closer to home! INSTRUCTOR: CHEF STEVE SPRAGUE DATE/TIME TBA MORE DETAILS AT: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

Plant-Based Lifestyle: Healthy Diet, Healthy Planet

Imagine if we could make a lifestyle change that would significantly reduce our risk of developing diseases like stroke, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, while potentially eradicating the threat of ~70% of future global pandemics? Now, imagine if this same lifestyle change could also significantly reduce greenhouse gases, decimate air, water, and soil pollution while being the ultimate solution to saving our planet’s fellow species from habitat loss and extinction? Believe it or not, there is a solution and this class will place you on the pathway to good health and a sustainable future. INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL STOUT, RPSGT, CCSH FRIDAYS, APRIL 23 – MAY 7 | 2-4 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

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Community Education Classes Intro to Yoga Does yoga seem intimidating? Katia (E-Ryt 200 Yoga Alliance authorized yoga instructor and 12-year yoga practitioner) assures you that yoga is for everyone, and that this class is for you. Over the course of four weeks, you’ll learn the fundamentals of pranayama (breath), meditation and guided relaxation, alignment, and basic yoga poses and transitions, as well as how to customize the poses for your body. This class is designed to help you establish a consistent daily practice, connect with your body and breath, and to step onto your yoga mat with confidence. Whether you are brand new to yoga, wanting to step back into a regular practice, or just looking to brush up on breath and alignment fundamentals to manage everyday stress, you’ll find value in this class.

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INSTRUCTOR: KATIA KYTE WEDNESDAYS, MAY 5 – MAY 26 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $75 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

Sleep Wellness Class: Sleep well, Be well Each of our bodily systems rely upon our ability to get adequate sleep to function properly. By contrast, quality sleep occurs when we have a functional balance within our bodily systems. Most sleep disorders are symptoms of a disruption within one or more of these systems. This class explores our most common sleep disorders and their origins. By modifying our lifestyle choices, we can achieve a balance between good sleep and overall wellness. INSTRUCTOR: MICHAEL STOUT, RPSGT, CCSH FRIDAYS, MAY 14 – MAY 21 | 2 – 4 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

Before the End of Life: Nuts and Bolts How much planning for the years preceding your death have you really done? Many folks have a will, and most have a game plan in their mind, but too often they have not shared these with family members. The best deaths instructor Barbara Bush has seen are when the business of end of life is taken care of by the individual in question. Information to be covered includes property decisions, material goods, executorships, celebrations, getting family involved with joy and lightheartedness, and more, in this open-format course. INSTRUCTOR: BARBARA BUSH TUESDAYS, APRIL 13 – APRIL 20 | 1 – 3 PM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $30 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed

Estate Plans: Wills and Trusts Will your estate plan cause hurt and dissension in your family? This short course will address fundamental issues involved in creating an effective estate plan. The class teaches you the strategies needed for effective management of your assets as you age (including during periods of incapacity), and guidelines for the appropriate disposition of assets upon death. Content of the class involves a discussion of the use of wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and health care directives. We will also consider questions of planning that include IRA’s and other retirement assets. INSTRUCTOR: BRIAN HAGGERTY TUESDAYS, APRIL 13 – APRIL 27 | 9 AM – 11 AM | LIVE VIA ZOOM | $35 REGISTER: oregoncoast.edu/communityed 8 • register: 541-996-6222 • spring 2021


we've got a grip on this virus.

Wired Sharks be a #WiredShark!

Spring Term will continue to offer many classes delivered safely Spring Term will continue to offer many classes delivered safely via Zoom, while a few via Zoom, while a few laboratory and Allied Health courses will laboratory and Allied Health courses will continue to meet in person. continue to meet in person. Resources for YOU, Courtesy of the #WiredSharks Program

Resources for YOU, Courtesy of the #WiredSharks Program • Need to get theof house be in and the ‘campus environment’? WiFi-ready t'? Need to out getofout theand house be in the 'campusQuiet, environmen Study Rooms are available for in-person use at Newport and Lincoln City locations thisQuiet, SpringWiFi-ready and Summer.Study Rooms are available for in-person use at Newport and Lincoln City locations this Spring and Summer. • Connectivity problems at home? Don’t have a laptop or internet access? Don’t worry! Connectivity problems at home? Don't have a laptop or internet access? OCCC can “wire” you for free! OCCC students can check out free Laptops, WiFi Hotspots Don't worry! OCCC can "wire" you for free! Laptops, WiFi Hotspots and more. We won’t let something as simple as technology keep you from joining us! and more. We won't let technology keep you from joining us! • Contact us atus student.services@oregoncoast.edu or 541-867-8501 Contact at student.services@oregoncoast.edu or 541-867-8501

Allison Cleland and her virus, a bacteriophage, in Microbiology (BI234) lab this Winter term.

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Navigate

Program The Navigate Program is here to help you with your plans after high school – whatever those may be! ¡También en español!

Meet Your Navigate Program Outreach Specialists: Cynthia Resendiz Soy Bióloga, originaria de México, y soy la nueva Bilingual Outreach Specialist en OCCC. Venga a conversar conmigo sobre las oportunidades que tenemos disponibles para enviar a sus hijos a la universidad. ¡Sin compromiso! cynthia.resendiz@oregoncoast.edu Celular: 541-819-9723. Asistencia bilingüe: Martes: 8 am – 5 pm Miércoles: 8 am – 5 pm Jueves: 3 – 7 pm

Tracy Jones I grew up in very rural Montana. I studied Criminology and Forensic Science at University and as a first-generation student I knew the feeling of being overwhelmed trying to navigate the system of financial aid and college life. This has made me very passionate about working with students and their families to further their educational goals. tracy.jones@oregoncoast.edu Cell: 541-819-9742 | Office [Wednesdays only]: 541-867-8501 Monday: 9 am – 12 pm Tuesday: 12 – 3 pm and 6 pm – 7 pm Wednesday: 10 am – 12 pm, 1 – 3 pm & 6 pm – 7 pm Thursday: 12 – 3 pm Friday: 9 am – 12 pm 10 • register: 541-996-6222 • spring 2021 10• register: 541-867-8501 • spring 2021


OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2021 aquarium science

course number title days time location instructor AQS111-Z1 AQUARIUM SCIENCE PRACTICUM 2 M 4:00PM-5:00PM CC-245 CLIFFORD, KEVIN AQS165-Z1 CURRENT ISSUES IN AQUARIUM SCIENCE W 3:00PM-3:50PM Live Stream MILLER-MORGAN, TIMOTHY AQS186-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO SCIENTIFIC DIVING T R 4:30PM-6:20PM CC-245 CLOS, JENNA AQS216-Z1 ELASMOBRANCH HUSBANDRY M 1:00PM-2:50PM CC-245 BOLES, LARRY/ERDMANN, TREVOR AQS220-Z1 BIOLOGY OF CAPTIVE INVERTEBRATES M W 10:00AM-11:20AM CC-245 BOLES, LARRY/ERDMANN, TREVOR AQS220-Z1 LAB W 12:00PM-2:00PM AQS BOLES, LARRY/ERDMANN, TREVOR AQS295-Z1 AQUARIUM SCIENCE INTERNSHIP TBD TBD Online CLIFFORD, KEVIN

art

course number title ART131 DRAWING I ART231 DRAWING II ART181 PAINTING I ART281 PAINTING II ART209 HISTORY OF ASIAN ART (JAPAN)

biology & business

days TBD TBD TBD TBD W

time TBD TBD TBD TBD 10:00AM-11:50AM

location Online Online Online Online Live Stream

instructor GOOS, JULIA GOOS, JULIA GOOS, JULIA GOOS, JULIA OTSUKI, SACHIKO

course number title days time location instructor BI103-Z1/Z2 BIOLOGY T R 9:00AM-10:20AM Live Stream MANN, MARION E. BI103-Z1 Lab W 9:00AM-11:50AM CC-233 MANN, MARION E. BI112-Z1/Z2 CELL BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH OCC M R 5:30PM-7:20PM Live Stream FISHER, MATTHEW R. BI112-Z1 Lab T 5:00PM-7:50PM CC-236 FISHER, MATTHEW R. BI233-Z1/Z2 HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY III M W 1:00PM-2:20PM Live Stream FISHER, MATTHEW R. BI233-Z1 Lab M W 10:00AM-11:20AM CC-236 FISHER, MATTHEW R. BI213-Z1 PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY T R 10:30AM-12:20PM Live Stream FISHER, MATTHEW R. BI213-Z1 Lab W 2:00PM-4:50PM CC-236 FISHER, MATTHEW R. BA101-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS TBD TBD Online FLORES, ALBERTO M. BA177-Z1 PAYROLL ACCOUNTING M 7:30PM - 8:20PM Live Stream CHARLES, GREGORY BA213-Z1 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING M 5:30PM - 6:20PM Live Stream CHARLES, GREGORY BA226-Z1 BUSINESS LAW I TBD TBD Online FLORES, ALBERTO M. BA228-Z1 COMPUTER ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS M 6:30PM - 7:20PM Live Stream CHARLES, GREGORY BA260-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP TBD TBD Online FLORES, ALBERTO M. EC201-Z1 PRIN ECON: MICROECONOMICS TBD TBD Online NOBLE, TONY B.

chemistry

course number title days time location instructor CH-151-Z1 PREPATORY CHEMISTRY M W 9:00AM-10:50AM Live Stream MITMAN, GRANT CH-151-Z1 - LAB R 11:00AM-1:50PM CC-233 MITMAN, GRANT

Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination

Igualdad de Opportunidades y No Discriminación

The College prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, disability, veteran status, age, sexual orientation, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law in any area, activity or operation of the College. The College also prohibits retaliation against an individual for engaging in activity protected under this policy, and interfering with rights or privileges granted under antidiscrimination laws. In addition, the College complies with applicable provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (as amended), related Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (as amended), Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (“USERRA’), and all local and state civil rights laws. Under this policy, equal opportunity for employment, admission, and participation in the College’s programs, services, and activities will be extended to all persons, and the College will promote equal opportunity and treatment through application of this policy and other College efforts designed for that purpose. Persons having questions about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination should contact either: Dr. Andres Oroz, VP Student Affairs, 541-867-8511 andres.oroz@oregoncoast.edu Human Resources Manager Joy Gutknecht 541-867-8515 joy.gutknecht@oregoncoast.edu Questions can also be mailed to their attention at: 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366.

El colegio prohíbe la discriminación ilegal basada en la raza, color, religión, origen nacional, sexo, estado civil, discapacidad, estado de veterano, edad, orientación sexual, o cualquier otro estado protegido por la ley federal, estatal o local en cualquier área, actividad o operación del colegio. El colegio también prohíbe las represalias contra una persona por participar en actividades protegidas bajo esta políza, y interferir con los derechos o privilegios otorgados por las leyes contra la discriminación. Además, el colegio cumple con las disposiciones aplicables de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964 (modificada), órdenes ejecutivas relacionadas 11246 y 11375, Título IX de la Ley de Enmiendas educativas de 1972, Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, Ley de Discapacidades de 1990 (modificada), ley de derechos de empleo y reempleo de servicios uniformados (“USERRA”), y todas las leyes locales y estatales de derechos civiles. Bajo esta políza, igualdad de oportunidades para el empleo, admisión y la participación en los programas, servicios y actividades del colegio se extenderá a todas las personas, y el colegio promoverá la igualdad de oportunidades y el trato a través de la aplicación de este políza y otros esfuerzos del colegio diseñados para ese propósito. Personas que tienen preguntas sobre la igualdad de oportunidades y la no discriminación debe contactar a: Vicepresidente de Asuntos Estudiantes Andres Oroz • 541-867-8511 andres.oroz@oregoncoast.edu Gerente de Recursos Humanos Joy Gutknecht • 541-867-8515 • joy.gutknecht@oregoncoast.edu. Las preguntas también se pueden enviar por correo a su atención a: 400 SE College Way, Newport, OR 97366.

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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2021 college survival & communications

course number title days time location instructor CG100-Z1 COLLEGE SURVIVAL AND SUCCESS T R 5:30PM-6:50PM Live Stream PARKS, CAROLE COMM111-Z2 PUBLIC SPEAKING TBD TBD Online BISHOP, JANICE M.

early childhood education course number ECE123P-Z1 ECE130B-Z1 ECE134-Z1 ECE196-Z1 HE112-ZI

title days time location instructor ENVIRONMENTS AND CURRICULUM FOR PRESCHOOL T 5:00-6:50PM Live Stream JUAREZ, OSCAR PRACTICUM SEMINAR 2 T 3:00-4:50PM Live Stream JUAREZ, OSCAR PRACTICUM 2 IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION TBD TBD Online JUAREZ, OSCAR TEAMING AND COMMUNICATION IN ECE SETTINGS TBD TBD Online HAMITON, LAURA STANDARD FIRST AID EMERGENCY FIRST AID F 11:00AM-4:00PM CC-151 WAY, ANN Classes will be held on May 7th and May 21st from 11-4pm

course number ED224-Z1 ED232-Z1

title FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION HEALTH, SAFETY & NUTRITIONAL PRACTICES FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD ENVIRONEMENTS

days TBD

time TBD

location Online

R

5:00-6:50PM

Live Stream

course number EMS135

title AEMT Part 1

days MW

time 6:00PM-9:20PM

location CC-271

course number G203-Z1 GS108-Z1

title EVOLUTION OF PLANET EARTH EVOLUTION OF PLANET EARTH LAB INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY INTRODUCTION TO OCEANOGRAPHY LAB

days T R M W

time 2:00PM-4:50PM 2:00PM-4:50PM 5:30PM-8:20PM 5:00PM-7:50PM

location Live Stream CC-233 Live Stream CC-233

course number HE242-Z1 HE250-Z1 HST203-Z2

title STRESS AND HUMAN HEALTH PERSONAL HEALTH HISTORY OF THE US 1914 TO PRESENT

days TBD TBD TBD

time TBD TBD TBD

location Online Online Online

course number LIB101 ENG104-Z1 ENG260-Z1

title days LIBRARY RESEARCH AND BEYOND: FIND, SELECT AND CITE INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (FICTION) M W INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN WRITERS TBA

time TBD 3:30PM-5:20PM TBA-TBA

location TBD Live Stream Online

instructor ADOLF, DARCI L. LASK, PAUL PAVLISH, CATHERINE A.

course number MTH20-Z1 MTH60-Z1 MTH65-Z1 MTH66-Z2 MTH95-Z1 MTH98-Z1 MTH105-Z1 MTH111-Z1

title FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA - FIRST TERM INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA- SECOND TERM INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA - Accelerated (1st & 2nd Terms) INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA MATH LITERACY II MATH IN SOCIETY COLLEGE ALGEBRA

time 10:30AM - 12:50PM 10:30AM-12:50PM 5:00PM-6:50PM 5:00PM-5:50PM 5:00PM-7:20PM 10:30AM - 12:50PM 8:00AM-10:20PM TBD

location Live Stream CC-032 Live Stream CC-032 Live Stream Live Stream Live Stream Online

instructor TILSON, MURRAY BURAK, MARGE M. TILSON, MURRAY TILSON, MURRAY YODER, RACHEL FLEMING, JENNIFER WILLIAMS, ALISON JINGYI, YOU

education

emergency medical services geology & general science health & history

library & literature mathematics

mathematics

days T R T T R M W T R T R M W TBD

instructor HARPER, THERESA JUAREZ, OSCAR

instructor INGALLS, DANIEL

instructor BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. BERNHARDT, GILBERT T. BERNHARDT, GILBERT T.

instructor MARKEL, JEANNE C. RICHARDSON, OLLIE V. JACKSON, TUCKER

course number title days time location instructor MTH112-Z1 ELEMENTARY FUNCTIONS T R 5:00PM - 7:20PM Live Stream FLEMING, JENNIFER MTH213-Z1 FOUNDATIONS OF ELEMENTARY MATH III T R 3:00PM - 5:20PM Live Stream WILLIAMS, ALISON MTH244-Z1 STATISTICS II W 5:30PM - 7:50PM Live Stream WILLIAMS, ALISON MTH251-Z1 CALCULUS I T R 5:30PM - 7:50PM Live Stream WILLIAMS, ALISON

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OCCC Credit Courses: Spring 2021 medical assistant & medical terminology

course number title days time location instructor NCMA113-Z1 CLINICAL PRACTICUM I TW 8:00AM-5:00PM TBA BRECIK, SHANNON D./BARTON, LYNN NCMA125-Z1 PHARMACOLOGY TBD TBD TBA BRECIK, SHANNON D. MP111-Z1 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY TBD TBD Online REANEY, BONNIE J.

music

All MUP courses are one-on-one lessons that may require an addition $20-$40 fee per class to be paid directly to the instructor. You and your instructor need to discuss the times and dates you will meet. course number title days time location instructor

MUP171A-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/PIANO TBD TBD CC-179 SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUP174A-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/VOICE TBD TBD CC-179 MCKENNEY, CHRISTINE M. MUP177A-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/VIOLINCELLO TBD TBD CC-179 FOLLETT, KATHLEEN J. MUP180A-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR TBD TBD CC-179 SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUP293A-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR II TBD TBD CC-179 SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUS111-Z1 MUSIC THEORY I (PART ONE) M W 1:00PM-2:50PM Live Stream SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUS191P-Z1 CLASS PIANO I T R 1:00PM-2:20PM Live Stream SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUS192P-Z1 CLASS PIANO II T R 1:00PM-2:20PM Live Stream SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUS192-Z1 CLASS GUITAR II T R 1:00PM-2:20PM Live Stream SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUS193P-Z1 CLASS PIANO III T R 1:00PM-2:20PM Live Stream SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUS193-Z1 CLASS GUITAR III T R 1:00PM-2:20PM Live Stream SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUS206-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO THE HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC T R 3:30PM-4:50PM Live Stream SCOVILLE, MARY LEE

nursing & nutrition

course number title days time location instructor NUR101-Z1 NURSING ASSISTANT LEVEL 1 TBA TBA TBA BARTON, LYNN/PATRICK, CONNI NUR143-Z1 CARE OF ACUTELY III PATIENTS & DEVELOPING FAMILIES II M R 9:00AM-11:50AM CC-249 CAWLEY, MEGAN NUR145-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY & Pathophysiology TBD TBD Online BARTON, LYNN R. NUR243-Z1 PREPARATION FOR ENTRY INTO PRACTICE MTW 9:00AM-12:50PM CC-271 CAWLEY, MEGAN/BOWMAN, CRYSTAL NUR244-Z1 PREPARATION FOR THE NCLEX-RN EXAM TBD TBD Online BARTON, LYNN R. FN225-Z1 NUTRITION TBD TBD Online ORTON, ALESHA S.

physical education

course number title days time location instructor PE182K-Z1 YOGA I TBD TBD Online PEAUCELLE, ANNE LAURE PE182L-Z1 YOGA II TBD TBD Online PEAUCELLE, ANNE LAURE

psychology course number PSY101-Z1 PSY215-Z1 PSY239-Z1

title PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RELATIONS HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INTRO TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

days TBD TBD TBD

time TBD TBD TBD

location Online Online Online

course number RD115-Z2 SOC206-Z1

title COLLEGE READING SOCIAL PROBLEMS

days TBD T R

time TBD 3:30PM-5:20PM

location Online Live Streamed

course number WR115-Z1 WR115-Z2 WR121-Z1 WR121-Z2 WR122-Z2 WR227-Z1 WR241-Z1

title ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION ENGLISH COMPOSITION TECHNICAL/PROFESSIONAL WRITING CREATIVE WRITING (FICTION)

days TBD T R M W TBD T R TBD T R

time TBD 1:00PM-2:50PM 1:00PM-2:50PM TBD 3:00PM-4:50PM TBD 1:00PM-2:50PM

location Online Live Stream Live Stream Online Live Stream Online Live Stream

reading & sociology writing

instructor LAUGHLIN, RICK E. LAUGHLIN, RICK E. MARKEL, JEANNE

instructor HARPER, THERESA PUTTMAN, KIMBERLY

instructor TICE, KIRK GASPAR, KAHEA LASK, PAUL MISITI, PATRICK J. GASPAR, KAHEA PAVLISH, CATHERINE A. MISITI, PATRICK J.

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a summer built to help you start strong in the Fall Term new summer term is built to get you ready to succeed this fall

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tudents planning on starting College for the first time in the Fall can start strong by brushing up their writing, math, or reading skills this summer. •

Developmental writing faculty, Kahea (Kai) Gaspar will be teaching Introduction to College Writing on Tues, Wed, and Thurs nights.

• Students wanting to study a biological science field (like pre-Med/pre-Vet, Fish and Wildlife, Ecology, Animal Science, Agriculture, etc) need to take the year-long Biology sequence for Science Majors that starts in the Fall. In order to start the sequence, students must take (or test out of) CH 151, Preparatory Chemistry. This course also prepares students to take the yearlong Chemistry sequence for Science Majors.

Education faculty and advisor, Theresa Harper will be teaching College Reading online.

• Science Faculty, Dr. Grant Mitman will be teaching CH 151 on TWR morning this summer. Dr. Mitman is also teaching CH 151 in the Spring.

Math Faculty, Jennifer Flemming will be teaching Introduction to Algebra Parts I and II. Jennifer was part of a team of faculty (that included Murray Tillson and Alison Williams) who worked on redesigning the developmental math sequence last summer at OCCC. Now, a student can essentially take two courses simultaneously (MTH 60 Introduction to Algebra Part I and MTH 65 Introduction to Algebra Part 2). Sound scary? Jennifer doesn’t think so. Students who started the new course (called MTH 66) this winter are doing well. This cuts down on the time it takes students to complete the Math sequence and saves money. Classes are scheduled M, T, W and R mornings so students can work on Math in the morning and be at work before noon.

Summer term is built to fit around your work (and recreation) schedule.

Math Faculty, Alison Williams will be teaching MTH 95 Intermediate Algebra online. This courses prepares students to take College level math courses in the Fall. Very often, math prevents students from completing college. At OCCC, our kind and dedicated professionals work with students to identify the correct math course to start with, and then help students complete required math courses early in their college experience. For students not pursuing careers that require high skills in mathematics, the college offers MTH 105, Math in Society. MTH 105 has the highest completion rate of any math course offered at OCCC and is offered in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. Successful completion of MTH 95 (or MTH 98 offered in the Spring) is required to take MTH 105. Students wanting to study Nursing must take the yearlong Anatomy and Physiology Sequence that starts in the Fall. In order to start the sequence, students must take Biology 112, Cell Biology Biology Faculty, Matt Fisher, is teaching Biology 112 on TWR mornings this summer (and in the evening in the spring)

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• Students wanting to study Engineering (and a number of related STEM fields like math, geology, chemistry, physics, etc.) need to take the year-long calculus-based Physics sequence. In order to start the sequence, students must complete MTH 252, Calculus II (Integral Calculus). This course also prepares students for Calculus III (Vector Calculus) offered in the Fall. Math Faculty, Alison Williams, is teaching MTH 252 on TWR (Tues., Wed., & Thurs.) evenings this summer. •

Students wanting to study STEM fields will usually need to take at least one term of Calculus. MTH 251, Calculus I will be offered at OCCC in Winter 2022. In order to start MTH 251 in the Winter, students will need to take MTH 112 Trigonometry in Fall 2021. And in order to take MTH 112 Trigonometry in the Fall, students will need to take MTH 111 (College Algebra) in Spring 2021 or Summer 2021. Math Faculty, Jingyi You, will be teaching MTH 111 online in the Spring and Summer.

Students wanting to complete General Education requirements for their degree, and perhaps take a lighter load in the Fall can take classes in the summer of 2021. •

Laboratory Science Courses: BI 112 (Cell Biology), CH 151 (Preparator Chemistry) and G 184 (Climate Change)

Arts & Letters Courses: ART 181 (Painting), COMM 214 (Interpersonal Communication), and ENG 261 (Literature of Science Fiction)

Social Science Courses: GEO 106 (World Regional Geography), HST 218 (American Indian History), PS 201 (U.S. Government), and PSY 101 (Psychology and Human Relations)

Writing Courses: WR 121 (College Composition) and WR 122 (Intermediate College Composition)


OCCC Credit Courses: Summer 2021 aquarium science

course number title days time location instructor AQS295-Z1 AQUARIUM SCIENCE INTERNSHIP TBD TBD Online CLIFFORD, KEVIN

art

course number title days time location instructor ART217 COMICS ART & LITERATURE TBD TBD Online PENCE, JULIA ALLISON ART181A PAINTING I TBD TBD Online PENCE, JULIA ALLISON ART281A PAINTING II TBD TBD Online PENCE, JULIA ALLISON

biology course number BI112-Z1 BI112-Z1

title CELL BIOLOGY FOR HEALTH OCC LAB

chemistry

days T R W

time 9:00AM-11:20AM 9:00AM-12:50PM

location Zoom CC-236

instructor FISHER, MATTHEW R. FISHER, MATTHEW R.

course number title days time location instructor Note: This course is required for students wanting to take the majors Biology sequence. See you advisor for more information. CH151-Z1 PREPARATORY CHEMISTRY T W 9:00AM-11:20AM Live Stream MITMAN, GRANT CH151-Z1 LAB R 9:00AM-12:50PM CC-233 MITMAN, GRANT

communications

course number title days time location instructor COMM214-Z1 INTERPERSONAL COMM: PROCESS & THEORY TBD TBD Online BISHOP, JANICE M.

ems

course number title days time location instructor EMS136-Z1 Advanced EMT Part 2 MW 6:00PM-9:20PM Zoom INGALLS, DANIEL Note: In-person labs meet in Lincoln City. Dates to be determined.

geography

course number title days time location instructor GEO106-Z1 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY TBD TBD Online KHEIRABADI, MASOUD

geology

course number title days time location instructor G184-Z1 GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE TBD TBD Online LARA, GENIFER

history

course number title days time location instructor HST218-Z1 AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY TBD TBD Online JACKSON, TUCKER

literature

course number title days time location instructor ENG261-Z1 LITERATURE OF SCIENCE FICTION TBD TBD Online MISITI, PATRICK J.

mathematics

course number title MTH65-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA, PART II MTH66-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA, PART I & II MTH95-Z1 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA MTH111-Z1 COLLEGE ALGEBRA MTH243-Z1 STATISTICS I

days T R M W T R TBD TBD TBD

time 8:00AM-10:45AM 9:00AM-10:30AM 8:00AM-10:45AM” TBD TBD TBD

location Zoom

instructor FLEMMING, JENNIFER

CC-032 Online Online Online

FLEMMING, JENNIFER WILLIAMS, ALISON JINGYI, YOU LAUGHLIN, RICK E.

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OCCC Credit Courses: Summer 2021 mathematics, continued

course number title days time location instructor MTH253-Z1 CALCULUS II TWR 5:30PM-7:45PM Zoom WILLIAMS, ALISON

medical assistant

course number title days time location instructor NCMA123-Z1 CLINICAL PRACTICUM II MTWR 8:00AM-5:00PM TBD BARTON, LYNN Practicum Dates: 6/21/2021 - 7/16/2021

music

course number title days time location instructo All MUP courses are one-on-one lessons that may require an addition $20-$40 fee per class to be paid directly to the instructor. You and your instructor need to discuss the times and dates you will meet. MUP171A-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/PIANO TBD TBD Zoom SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUP180A-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR TBD TBD Zoom SCOVILLE, MARY LEE MUP293B-Z1 APPLIED MUSIC/GUITAR II TBD TBD Zoom SCOVILLE, MARY LEE

nursing

course number title days time location instructor NUR101-Z1 NURSING ASSISTANT LEVEL 1 TBD TBD LC-204 PATRICK, CONNIE Classroom/Lab Note: There is a mandatory orientation: Date TBD

political science

course number title days time location instructor PS201-Z1 U.S. GOVERNMENT TBD TBD Online JEFFERIES-BILTON

psychology

course number title days time location instructor PSY101-Z1 PSYCHOLOGY AND HUMAN RELATIONS TBD TBD Online MARKEL, JEANNE C.

reading

course number title days time location instructor RD115-Z1 COLLEGE READING TBD TBD Online HARPER, THERESA

writing

course number title days time location instructor WR115-Z1 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE COMPOSITION TWR 5:30PM-7:15PM Zoom GASPAR, KAHEA WR121-Z1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION TBD TBD Online LASK, PAUL WR122-Z1 ENGLISH COMPOSITION TBD TBD Online MISITI, PATRICK J.

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ged & esol schedules Want to earn your GED certificate? OCCC offers GED preparation classes each term in both Newport and Lincoln City. These classes cost $20 per term. To get started, attend a mandatory two-session orientation at either location (see below). A student must be at least 16 years old to attend classes or take the test, and 16- and 17-year-olds must complete a Home School application from Linn Benton Lincoln Educational Service District, send it back to LBL-ESD, then return the Authorization form to the testing examiner to “unlock” the test. For those who take classes at the College, the forms will be available and this process is expedited during orientation. OCCC GED Spring 2021 Schedule GED Language Arts Tuesdays & Thursdays 1-3:20 pm GED Math 1 Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30-8:20 pm GED Math 2 Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30-8:20 pm GED Social Studies and Science Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30-8:20 pm OCCC GED Summer 2021 Schedule

GED Language Arts GED Math 1 GED Math 2 GED Social Studies and Science

Tuesdays & Thursdays Mondays & Wednesdays Mondays & Wednesdays Tuesdays & Fridays

5:30-7:20 pm 1-3:20 pm 5:30-8:20 pm 1-3:20 pm

Orientation is a prerequisite for attending GED classes. Orientations are held Mondays, 1-3pm or 5:30-7:30pm, via Zoom. Please contact Debbie Skaggs at 541-867-8535 to schedule.

OCCC ESOL Spring 2021 Schedule

ESOL ESOL

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 9:00-11:20 am Mondays & Wednesdays 6-7:50 pm OCCC ESOL Summer 2021 Schedule

ESOL

Mondays & Wednesdays 9:00-11:20 am

ged testing info Registering for GED Testing • Visit GED Testing Services at GED.com • Create a My GED account • Write down your User Name and password for future access Making an Appointment • Locate the Testing Center • Check the testing schedule • Choose an appointment day/time • Pay for the test (credit or debit card or voucher) GED Testing Fees • The fee for each test is $38 (there are four tests). • Testing candidates will be able to take two

re-tests per subject area (8 total). The retest fee is $10. All initial and retest fees are paid when a testing appointment is made. Arriving for Your Test • Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled test appointment. • Please bring a valid government issued picture I.D. with a signature. Your ID can not be expired. • Check in at Student Services. • Read & sign Candidate Rules Agreement. For 16- and 17-Year-Old Students Candidates 16 and 17 years of age must provide proof of one of the following in order to take the GED test: • A Release from Compulsory

Attendance from last high school attended. • Be a student in the Options program. • Married or legally emancipated. What to Bring Candidates should refrain from bringing to the testing center large items such as backpacks, purses, laptops and other electronics, and books. Your personal items must fit in small lockers provided to you during testing. You will be asked to remove large watches and other large jewelry before entering the room. The only things candidates need to bring are their ID and car keys (if applicable). For more details, contact Cheryle Burkhart, GED Testing Specialist, at 541-867-8505. To obtain a copy of a GED certificate or GED transcript, visit GED.com. spring spr ing 2021 • register: 541-867-8501 • 17


be an oregon coast scholar ~ full tuition scholarship for up to two years at Oregon Coast Community College ~ At Oregon Coast Community College, we believe it is important to invest in the talented youth of our community. We are again offering our Oregon Coast Scholars Program, a scholarship program for Lincoln County students graduating from Lincoln County High Schools in June 2021 with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. The Scholars Program provides a full-tuition scholarship for up to two years at Oregon Coast Community College. The Oregon Coast Scholars Program has been made possible by the Oregon Coast Community College Foundation, a hard-working group of volunteers that raises money for scholarships and College programs. The scholarship covers tuition for full-time attendance. It does not cover books and fees or online classes other than those offered by OCCC. The criteria and application process for the Oregon Coast Scholars Program are simple. Scholarships will be awarded to applicants who meet the following criteria: Eligibility Requirements for high school students • Attend high school in Lincoln County. • Earn a cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.5 or better (as of the first semester grades of the final year in high school). • Be on track to earn a regular high school diploma (students with modified diplomas are ineligible). • Enroll full-time (12-18 credits) at Oregon Coast the fall term that immediately follows high school graduation. Eligibility Requirements for home-schooled students • Reside permanently within Lincoln County, Oregon. • Earn ACT composite score of 27 or SAT Reasoning Test combined score of 1200 in Critical Reading and Mathematics. • Enroll full-time (12-18 credits) at Oregon Coast the fall term immediately after completing high school requirements. Eligibility Requirements for Military Veterans • Meet requirements above for either high school students or homeschooled students.

Privacy of Student Information Oregon Coast Community College shall follow all applicable state and federal laws, rules, and regulations which apply to student records. All information contained in the College records which is personally identifiable to any student shall be kept confidential and not released except upon prior written consent of the subject student or upon the lawful subpoena or other order of a court of competent jurisdiction. Student information may be shared among College faculty and staff on an official (need to know) basis.

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• Joined the military within three months of graduating from high school or completing high school requirements. • Enroll full-time (12-18 credits) at Oregon Coast within six months of military discharge. Applications must be received by Oregon Coast Community College before 5:00 p.m. on Friday, May 7, 2021. An Oregon Coast Scholars Application Packet is available from Tracy Jones (tracy.jones@oregoncoast.edu. Late applications will not be considered. For additional information about the program, please visit the College website at oregoncoast.edu. Should you have questions, please contact Kimberly Jones, Financial Aid Manager, at Oregon Coast Community College. She can be reached at 541-867-8525, or kimberly.jones@oregoncoast.edu.

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Statute: 20 U.S.C. 1232g; Regulations: 34CRF Part 99), also known as FERPA or the Buckley amendment, is a federal law that states (a) a written institutional policy must be established and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures covering the privacy rights of students be made available. The law provides that the institution will maintain the confidentiality of student education records and affords students certain rights regarding their educational records. They are in general:

• The right to seek to amend their own educational records. • The right to have some control over the disclosure of information from their own educational records by authorizing or denying access in writing. • The right to file complaints of alleged failures to comply with the requirements of FERPA with the U.S. Dep. of Education.

• The right to obtain a copy of OCCC’s current Student Records Policy. •The right to inspect and review their own educational records.

Questions about these policies can be directed to the Registrar, Ann Hovey, at registrar@oregoncoast.edu.

Note: FERPA rights belong to the OCCC student, regardless of the student’s age.


As a biology instructor at OCCC, I have used the shift to online teaching to my advantage. For example, helping students with their coursework outside of class is easier now, thanks to Zoom.

Matthew Fisher

teaching biology in the time of COVID | By Matthew Fisher As the global pandemic reshaped our society, we were forced to rethink many routine activities such as shopping, visiting friends, and learning. For many students, the term ‘going to school’ is suddenly a misnomer, as few students physically visit a classroom. Instead, teaching and learning is mostly done through online platforms such as Zoom. How do students get the same quality education in such a drastically changed learning environment? As a biology instructor at OCCC, I have used the shift to online teaching to my advantage. For example, helping students with their coursework outside of class is easier now thanks to Zoom. Instead of traditional office hours that required students to travel to campus to meet with me, I can now talk with students regardless of where they are, whether they’re on a work break or at home caring for their kids. I have also used teleconferencing to bring new perspectives and expertise into my courses. For example, in-between appointments with her patients, an optometrist in Lincoln City was able to talk to my human anatomy and physiology students about ocular anatomy and health, giving real-world examples from her

clinical experience. Additionally, in my introductory biology course, a geneticist from the National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation, located in Montana, was able to discuss with my students how tiny amounts of DNA in the environment are being used to monitor populations of endangered wildlife. My biology students are studying to become nurses, doctors, wildlife biologists, and more. OCCC recognized the importance of getting these students into the laboratory to support their education. At the start of the academic year, the college developed a COVID educational plan that allows me to teach my lectures online while offering students in-person laboratory experience at our Newport campus. We can do this safely and responsibly using physical distancing, masks, hand washing, and regular disinfection of laboratory rooms. Despite these challenging times, I am glad that students can continue to achieve their academic goals. Matthew Fisher is a member of the Biology Faculty at OCCC, and serves as the College’s Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium Representative spring spr ing 2021 • register: 541-867-8501 • 19


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