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table of contents Calendar of Events 14-15

Class Schedule 6-8

Coming for Fall 16-17

Distance Learning 5

Fall Registration Dates 9

Financial Aid Deadline 9

Summer Camps 10-13

Summer Registration Dates 3

Tuition & Fees 4

WebAdvisor 3

Person County Campus 1715 College Drive Roxboro, NC (336) 599-1181 Mailing Address PO Box 1197 Roxboro, NC 27573

Caswell County Campus 331 Piedmont Drive Yanceyville, NC (336) 694-5707 Mailing Address PO Box 1150 Yanceyville, NC 27379

2012 Summer Curriculum Class Schedule ALWAYS ONLINE AT WWW.PIEDMONTCC.EDU This brochure provides a schedule of Piedmont Community College classes for Summer Semester 2012 and information to help you get started. More complete information about new programs and other helpful information is always available online at www.piedmontcc.edu. Returning students should meet with their advisors to plan their Summer and Fall schedules now prior to the beginning of registration on April 25-26. New students should visit the Admissions Office to get started.


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WebAdvisor

ONLINE REGISTRATION AT HTTP://WEBADVISOR.PIEDMONTCC.EDU

WebAdvisor, an online information system, now gives you another way to view PCC’s Summer and Fall Semester 2012 classes and will be open for online registration for both Summer and Fall Semesters on April 25. You can access WebAdvisor online at this address: http://webadvisor.piedmontcc.edu If you are new to WebAdvisor, click on Student and select “I’m new to WebAdvisor” and follow the directions. You can access the Summer 2012 schedule on WebAdvisor now! See your advisor prior to registration to have the Registration Hold taken off. You will not be able to register online without seeing your advisor first. If you have questions, contact the Student Development office on the Person County or Caswell County Campus.

Summer Registration Dates APRIL 25-26

JUNE 4

9 A.M. - 6:30 P.M.

9 A.M. - 6:30 P.M.

JUNE 4 - AUG. 4

JUNE 4 - JUNE 30

Piedmont Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Piedmont Community College. The Commission is to be contacted only if there is evidence that appears to support an institution’s significant noncompliance with a requirement or standard.


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tuition & fees

Tuition & Fees Tuition and fees are subject to change by the NC General Assembly

IN-STATE: $66.50 per credit hour (up to 16 semester hours) OUT-OF-STATE: $258.50 per credit hour (up to 16 semester hours) STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE: $10 TECHNOLOGY FEE: $8 CAMPUS ACCESS FEE: $5 STUDENT LIABILITY FEE: $8 STUDENT INSURANCE FEE: $1.25 IN-STATE TUITION AND FEES: $1,088.25 max per semester OUT-OF-STATE TUITION AND FEES: $4,160.25 max per semester

Tuition Refund Policy Tuition refunds will be made, upon request by the student, as follows: May 31: last date to withdraw with 100% refund. June 6: last date to withdraw with 75% refund.


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ORIENTATION:

DISTANCE EDUCATION IT IS MANDATORY THAT STUDENTS WHO ARE NEW TO INTERNET COURSES COMPLETE THE ONLINE ORIENTATION OR ATTEND A FACE-TO-FACE ORIENTATION SESSION. RETURNING DISTANCE LEARNING STUDENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO COMPLETE AN ORIENTATION PRIOR TO THE START OF THE SEMESTER.

ONLINE ORIENTATION http://www.piedmontcc.edu/dlorientation Available beginning April 25

FACE-TO-FACE ORIENTATION & BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL Person County Campus June 4 - 9 - 10 a.m. in H101 June 4 - 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. in H218 June 5 - 5 - 6 p.m. in H101 June 6 - 9 - 10 a.m. in H218 Caswell County Campus June 4 - 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. in K206 June 6 - 9 - 10 a.m. in K206 All students new to distance learning must take the SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator assessment (formerly READI).When the semester begins, please send a copy of your assessment results to your online instructor(s). To log in, visit http://pcc.readi.info/ The username is piedmont, and the password is online.


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Piedmont Community College

2012

Summer Schedule & Camp Guide


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Course

Course Title

Hours Days

Time

ACA 111.71 College Student Success 1/1 ACC 120.71 Prin of Financial Accounting 4/5 BIO 111.71 General Biology I 4/6 BIO 168.01P Anatomy and Physiology I 4/6 M/T/W/TH 9:00AM-11:50AM BIO 275.01P Microbiology 4/6 M/T/W/TH 8:30AM-11:20AM BUS 110.71 Introduction to Business 3/3 BUS 121.71 Business Math 3/4 CHM 92.01P Fundamentals of Chemistry 4/5 M/T/W/TH 9:00AM-11:50AM CIS 70.01P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 T/TH 11:00AM-12:50PM CIS 110.61P Introduction to Computers 3/4 M/T/W/TH 10:00AM-10:50AM CIS 110.71 Introduction to Computers 3/4 COE 111.01C Co-Op Work Experience I 1/10 COE 111.01P Co-Op Work Experience I 1/10 COE 111.02C Co-Op Work Experience I 1/10 COE 115.01C Work Exp Seminar I 1/1 COE 115.02C Work Exp Seminar I 1/1 COS 115.01P Cosmetology Concepts III 4/4 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-9:50AM COS 116.01P Salon III 4/12 M/T/W/TH 10:00AM-12:00PM M/T/W/TH 12:30PM-4:30PM COS 118A.01P Salon IV 3.5/10.5 M/T/W 10:00AM-12:00PM M/W 12:30PM-4:30PM T/W/TH 10:00AM-1:00PM ECO 151.71 Survey of Economics 3/3 ECO 251.71 Prin of Microeconomics 3/3 ECO 252.71 Prin of Macroeconomics 3/3 EDU 131.01P Child, Family, & Commun 3/3 M/W 12:30PM-3:20PM EDU 153.81C Health, Safety & Nutrit 3/3 T/TH 3:00PM-5:50PM EDU 153.81P Health, Safety & Nutrit 3/3 T/TH 3:00PM-5:50PM EDU 234.01P Infants, Toddlers, & Twos 3/3 M/W 3:00PM-5:50PM EDU 251.01P Exploration Activities 3/3 M/W 5:30PM-8:20PM ELC 117.01P Motors and Controls 4/8 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:50AM ENG 80.01C Writing Foundations 4/5 M/T/W/TH 1:30PM-3:45PM ENG 80.01P Writing Foundations 4/5 M/T/W/TH 11:00AM-1:15PM ENG 90.01C Composition Strategies 3/3 M/T/W/TH 11:00AM-12:15PM ENG 90.01P Composition Strategies 3/3 M/T/W/TH 1:30PM-2:45PM ENG 090A.01C Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 M/T/W/TH 12:25PM-1:15PM ENG 090A.01P Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 M/T/W/TH 2:55PM-3:45PM ENG 111.01P Expository Writing 3/3 M/W 2:00PM-4:50PM ENG 111.71 Expository Writing 3/3 ENG 114.41C Prof Research & Reporting 3/3 W 8:30AM-11:20AM ENG 114.41P Prof Research & Reporting 3/3 W 8:30AM-11:20AM ENG 115.41C Oral Communication 3/3 T/TH 1:30PM-2:45PM ENG 115.41P Oral Communication 3/3 T/TH 1:30PM-2:45PM GSM 101A.01P Gunsmithing I 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM GSM 101B.01P Gunsmithing I 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM GSM 102A.01P Gunsmithing II 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM GSM 102B.01P Gunsmithing II 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM GSM 103A.01P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM GSM 103B.01P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM

Instructor J. Solomon W. Hatchett R. Durren D. Darr R. Durren W. Hatchett W. Hatchett D. Spells H. Holloway J. Bottoms F. Harris P. Hindman J. McCormick C. Porter P. Hindman C. Porter D. Ouzts D. Ouzts D. Ouzts M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel C. Steele C. Steele C. Steele K. Madden C. Steele J. McCormick J. Clayton A. Solomon J. Clayton M. Jones J. Clayton M. Jones A. Solomon L. Ward N. Walker N. Walker A. Solomon A. Solomon B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia


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Course

Course Title

Hours Days

Time

Instructor

GSM 204A.01P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM GSM 204B.01P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM GSM 205A.01P Gunsmithing V 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM GSM 205B.01P Gunsmithing V 6/13 M/T/W/TH 8:00AM-11:30AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-3:00PM HIS 122.71 Western Civilization II 3/3 W. Cohan HOR 112.01P Landscape Design I 3/5 M/T/W/TH 2:30PM-4:50PM J. Catlett HUM 110.41C Technology and Society 3/3 M 8:30AM-11:20AM N. Walker HUM 110.41P Technology and Society 3/3 M 8:30AM-11:20AM N. Walker HUM 160.71 Introduction to Film 3/4 L. Ward MAT 60.01C Essential Mathematics 4/5 M/T/W/TH 8:30AM-10:45AM H. Barker MAT 60.01P Essential Mathematics 4/5 M/T/W/TH 8:30AM-10:45AM A. Cobb MAT 60.02P Essential Mathematics 4/5 M/T/W/TH 1:30PM-3:45PM H. Holloway MAT 70.01C Introductory Algebra 4/5 M/T/W/TH 8:30AM-10:45AM H. Barker MAT 70.01P Introductory Algebra 4/5 M/T/W/TH 8:30AM-10:45AM A. Cobb MAT 70.02P Introductory Algebra 4/5 M/T/W/TH 1:30PM-3:45PM H. Holloway MAT 80.01C Intermediate Algebra 4/5 M/T/W/TH 8:30AM-10:45AM H. Barker MAT 80.01P Intermediate Algebra 4/5 M/T/W/TH 8:30AM-10:45AM A. Cobb MAT 80.02P Intermediate Algebra 4/5 M/T/W/TH 1:30PM-3:45PM H. Holloway MAT 110.61P Mathematical Measurement 3/4 M/W 9:00AM-10:30AM P. Morgan MAT 115.71 Mathematical Models 3/4 P. Morgan MAT 140.01P Survey of Mathematics 3/3 M/W 12:00PM-2:50PM H. Barker NUR 113.01P Family Health Concepts 5/9 M/T 9:00AM-11:50AM K. Holder W 6:45AM-2:45PM TH 8:00AM-12:00PM T/TH 1:00PM-5:00PM OST 131.01P Keyboarding 2/3 M/W 11:00AM-1:50PM L. Smith OST 134.01P Text Entry & Formatting 3/4 M/W 11:00AM-2:50PM L. Smith PLU 111.01P Intro to Basic Plumbing 2/4 T/TH 5:00PM-8:50PM J. Catlett PME 211A.01P Adv Equipment Repair 2/4 M/W 5:00PM-8:50PM J. Catlett PSY 150.71 General Psychology 3/3 L. Covington PSY 241.71 Developmental Psych 3/3 S. Narin RED 80.01C Intro to College Reading 4/5 M/T/W/TH 4:00PM-6:15PM R. McCain RED 80.01P Intro to College Reading 4/5 M/T/W/TH 1:30PM-3:45PM C. Deal RED 90.01C Improved College Reading 4/5 M/T/W/TH 4:00PM-6:15PM R. McCain RED 90.01P Improved College Reading 4/5 M/T/W/TH 11:00AM-1:15PM C. Deal WLD 110.01P Cutting Processes 2/4 M/W 8:00AM-11:50AM J. Tatum WLD 112.01P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 M/W 8:00AM-11:50AM J. Tatum WLD 112.02P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 T/TH 6:00PM-9:50PM J. Tatum WLD 115A.01P SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 M/W 8:00AM-01:20PM J. Tatum WLD 115B.01P SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 T/TH 4:30PM-9:50PM J. Tatum WLD 121A.01P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 2/4 M/W 8:00AM-11:50AM J. Tatum WLD 121A.02P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 2/4 T/TH 6:00PM-9:50PM J. Tatum WLD 121B.01P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 2/4 M/W 8:00AM-11:50AM J. Tatum WLD 131A.01P GTAW (TIG) Plate 2/4 M/W 8:00AM-11:50AM J. Tatum WLD 131B.01P GTAW (TIG) Plate 2/4 T/TH 6:00PM-9:50PM J. Tatum WLD 141.01P Symbols & Specifications 3/4 T/TH 6:00PM-9:50PM J. Tatum WLD 151A.01P Fabrication I 2/4 T/TH 6:00PM-9:50PM J. Tatum WLD 151B.01P Fabrication I 2/4 M/W 8:00AM-11:50AM J. Tatum WLD 261.01P Certification Practices 2/4 M/W 8:00AM-11:50AM J. Tatum


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SUMMER SEMESTER Financial Aid Deadline: May 7 Students who have received a Pell grant in Fall and/or Spring: contact Financial Aid Office (336) 599-1181 ext. 4004 to check summer eligibility.

New Students

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for the academic year online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Financial Aid Office guarantees that students who submit their complete financial aid information by this date will have the information processed in time to use their Pell awards to pay for Summer 2012 semester. Students who do not meet the Priority Deadline may have to find another way to pay for classes initially and then be reimbursed by Pell.

Fall 2012 Registration Dates Registration for Fall July 25 - 26 Late Registration August 15-17 Classes Begin August 20 Fall Break October 8-9 Classes End December 19


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Summer Camps Person County Camps are offered at no charge to students unless otherwise noted. Application forms available at public school counselors’ offices and at Piedmont Community College. Contact instructors for more information.

ECOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY SCIENCE EXPLORATION CAMP JUNE 11-14 • RISING 6TH-8TH GRADERS • 1-3:30 P.M. The middle school Young Peoples’ Ecology and Biotechnology Exploration Camp will be for rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students and will consist of four half-day sessions. The camp is available at no charge to students.

CREATIVE WRITING CAMP JUNE 18-21 • RISING 8TH-12TH GRADERS • 9 A.M. - 12 P.M. Are you an aspiring writer or do you just want to learn to write better? Learn and apply the basics of creative writing an this informative and interactive camp. A select group of students will be chosen for this very special workshop! PS — Bring your lunch!

Activities will include learning about DNA, making cheese, isolating DNA transformation and fingerprinting, isolating DNA, and other exercises that lead to an understanding of Biotechnology. For an understanding of Ecology, students will be looking at owl pellets, cleaning oil spills with bacteria, and completing other interesting exercises.

CONTACT: RANDY DURREN (336) 599-1181, EXT. 2192 DURRENR@PIEDMONTCC.EDU

Instructor: T. Oakley CONTACT: DR. DAWN LANGLEY (336) 599-1181, EXT. 2207 LANGLED@PIEDMONTCC.EDU


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EXPLORING HEALTH SCIENCES CAMP JUNE 18-21

3D ANIMATION EXPERIENCE WITH MAYA JUNE 25-28

• RISING 8TH-12TH GRADERS • 9 A.M. - 12 P.M.

• HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS • 1-5 P.M.

Do you think that you might be interested in a career in the health sciences, including nursing, nursing assistant, medical assisting, or phlebotomy? If so, this camp is for you. Participants will be introduced to the various careers through demonstration, handson experiences, role playing, and visits to area health care facilities such as Person Memorial Hospital. An ideal environment to learn about the exciting field of health sciences!

Try out the software that was used to make films such as Cars, Spiderman and Pirates of the Caribbean. Come to PCC to work on high-end animation workstations with Maya 3D Animation Software. This will be a fun and creative experience. A great opportunity to find out if Game Creation or Animation could be the career for you!

Instructor: Lisa Elliott CONTACT: KELLY HOLDER (336) 599-1181, EXT. 2208 HOLDERK@PIEDMONTCC.EDU

CONTACT: CHELSEA PORTER (336) 694-5707, EXT. 272 PORTERC@PIEDMONTCC.EDU


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Summer Camps Caswell County

MOST camps are offered at no charge to students and some have a morning and an afternoon session. Application forms available at public school counselors’ offices and at Piedmont Community College. Contact instructors for more information. Contact Shelly Stone, Dean, Caswell Campus Piedmont Community College PO Box 1150 Yanceyville, NC 27379 E-mail: stones@piedmontcc.edu Phone: 336-694-5707


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HIGH-DEFINITION VIDEO JUNE 18-21

• HIGH SCHOOLERS AND ADULTS • 8 A.M. - 4 P.M. The award-winning PCC Film and Video Production Technology program will hold an intensive four-day High-Definition Video Production session during which participants will immerse themselves in hands-on activities, including operating a camera, sound and lighting equipment, and editing the final projects. An ideal opportunity to get a lot of experience in a short time! CONTACT: MICHAEL CORBETT 336-694-5707 EXT. 271, CORBETM@PIEDMONTCC.EDU OR ED MOYE 336-694-5707 EXT. 273, MOYEE@PIEDMONTCC.EDU

CAN I REALLY MAKE A COMPUTER GAME? JUNE 25-28

• HIGH SCHOOLERS • 1 P.M. - 5 P.M. Would you like to create your own computer games? Gamemaker is a simple and free software you can use for game creation. Come try it out, and learn how to get started on your own game. CONTACT: PAULA HINDMAN 336-694-5707 EXT. 272, HINDMAP@PIEDMONTCC.EDU

3D ANIMATION EXPERIENCE WITH MAYA JUNE 25-28

• HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS • 8 A.M. - 12 P.M. Try out the software that was used to make films such as Cars, Spiderman and Pirates of the Caribbean. Come to PCC to work on high-end animation workstations with Maya 3D Animation Software. This will be a fun and creative experience. A great opportunity to find out if Game Creation or Animation could be the career for you! CONTACT: CHELSEA PORTER (336) 694-5707, EXT. 272 PORTERC@PIEDMONTCC.EDU


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PIEDMONT COMM

CALENDAR

www.piedmontc

04.24.2012 Read N’ See: LRC Book Club. Hill Harper lecture and dinner at the Institute for Advanced Learning and Research in Danville, VA. 04.25.2012 Summer & Fall Registration. Face-to-face Summer from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. 04.28.2012 PCC Tri-FUN-A-Thon. 5k run and 1 mile fun walk, Disc Golf Tournament and Corn Hole tournament. Find out more at www.piedmontcc.edu/trifunathon 05.04.2012 Chick-fil-A Leadercast. This one-of-a-kind event will be broadcast live from Atlanta and simulcast to PCC and other communities across the globe. Join more than 125,000 leaders from around the world and begin making choices that matter. Find out more at www.piedmontcc.edu/foundation 05.18.2012 Graduation. Person High in Roxboro, NC.


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OF EVENTS

cc.edu/calendar

4U

MUNITY COLLEGE


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Coming for Fall HMT 210 MEDICAL INSURANCE

HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

HMT 210 is a course designed for the Healthcare Management Technology program at PCC and introduces the concepts of medical insurance. Topics include types and characteristics of third-party payers, coding concepts, payment systems, and manual/electronic claim form preparation.

The Healthcare Management Technology (HMT) degree is designed so that you can earn your medical coding certificate while completing the HMT degree. HMT is a degree also designed to prepare students for employment in healthcare business and financial operations. Students will also gain a comprehensive understanding of the application of management principles to the healthcare environment. Graduates may find employment in healthcare settings including hospitals, medical offices, clinics, long-term care facilities, and insurance companies. Graduates will also be eligible to sit for various certification exams upon completion of the degree with a combination of a minimum of two years administrative experience.

Contact: Marianne Durling E-mail: durlinm@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - E229C

Contact: Marianne Durling E-mail: durlinm@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - E229C

ELECTRONIC MEDICAL RECORDS You can make yourself marketable in the healthcare field by completing a certificate in Electronic Health Records. Contact: Merlette Walker E-mail: walkerm@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - C101

BIOTECHNOLOGY Enter into North Carolina’s growing Biotechnology industry with an AAS degree, diploma or a certificate in Biotechnology. Contact: Randy Durren E-mail: durrenr@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - L115


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WHAT’S COMING UP IN OUR FALL 2012 SEMESTER FOR YOU!

RECORDS MANAGEMENT Is your desk being overrun by papers that need to be filed? Is your filing cabinet cluttered with papers? Do you feel overwhelmed when someone mentions “filing papers?” If you answered “yes,” then there is a solution! OST 184, Records Management. A course in Records Management will help you eliminate the papers on your desk and the clutter in those filing cabinets. The best part is when you complete this course, there is no more feeling overwhelmed when someone mentions “filing papers.” Contact: Wanda Duncan E-mail: duncanw@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - C101 Contact: LaToya Smith E-mail: smithl@piedmontcc.edu

ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Courses in Accounting, Business Administration and International Business have been scheduled so that students can come to campus one day a week and take a selection of hybrid courses. Hybrid classes are ones in which half of the class is taught face-to-face and the other half is taught online. Contact: Mark Wencel E-mail: wencelmp@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - C107 Contact: William Hatchett E-mail: hatchew@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - C107

COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Earn an AAS degree, diploma or certificate in Computer Information Technology, Computer Programming, Information Systems Security or Web Technologies. Contact: Donna Smith E-mail: smithd@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - L128 Contact: Paul Phillips E-mail: phillip@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - L132 Contact: Faith Harris E-mail: harrisf@piedmontcc.edu Office: Person County - L117 or jrbottoms16@piedmontcc.edu


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QUANTITATIVE REASONING PCC is getting ready for QR4U!

2012 SACS ACCREDITATION

PCC’s Quality Enhancement Plan

Purpose: To improve students’ quantitative reasoning

4U

QR

PCC is in the process of reaffirming its accreditation with the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges in 2012. Part of this process involves the development of a Quality Enhancement Plan focusing on an issue related to student learning.

skills by implementing mathematics across the curriculum, using problemsolving and real-life applications.

QUANTITATIVE REASONING

4U Quantitative Reasoning: the skill of interpreting logical, graphical or numerical information to develop solutions to real-life problems.

WWW.PIEDMONTCC.EDU/QR4U

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