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COURSE CATALOGUE Spring 2011 (Updated 12/1/10)


We hope you find this Catalogue of upcoming courses helpful. The course descriptions listed below summarize each course. Full descriptions, faculty biographies, and registration forms can be found on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning. Please note: this Catalogue may be updated during the semester with new courses – visit our website for the latest Catalogue.

Professional Development, Continuing Education & Certification Programs Avalanche Training Level I Certification Course The American Avalanche Association level one curriculum is intended as a twenty-four hour course designed to give participants a thorough practical introduction to avalanches as a phenomena and the skill to recognize the key conditions responsible for avalanche occurrence. Additionally, participants learn strategies for prudent decision-making and techniques for travel in avalanche terrain that will increase the odds of avoidance and survival. Because avalanches are complex in nature and cannot be definitively predicted, the importance of skills enabling efficient avalanche companion rescue is also emphasized. Instructor: David Lovejoy & KPAC Instructors Dates (3 dates from which to choose): January 7-9, 2011 February 11-13, 2011 March 4-6, 2011 Course Times: 3:00 pm Friday-5:00 pm Sunday Tuition: $300.00 Additional Fees (optional): $25 Avalanche Training Book / $30 Avalanche Gear (beacon, shovel, probe) Location: Course in conducted in Kachina Peaks Wilderness on San Francisco Peaks. Group meets at Fort Valley Lodge (Corner of Rt. 180 and Snowbowl Rd., 7 miles north of Flagstaff, AZ) Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Group Process & Facilitation for Equine-Assisted Mental Health This workshop increases the participant’s familiarity and practice with individual and group facilitation skills utilizing the horse as part of the group process. This includes practical issues related to the success or failure of the group such as: establishing and maintaining rapport, framing and structuring introductions to activities, isomorphism, facilitation of reflection and transference, maintaining a therapeutic container, risk management, challenges to working with groups, and the ability to differentiate between therapy and educational activities. Instructor: StarrLee Heady Dates: January 23-26, 2011 Course Times: 3:00 pm Sunday-Noon Wednesday Tuition: $650 Participants / $450 Students & Presenters (includes food and lodging at Chauncey Ranch) Location: Chauncey Ranch – Mayer, Arizona Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Seven Weeks to Stronger Writing at the Prescott College Tucson Center This course is designed to help improve writing skills through a focus on the writing process. In a friendly, supportive environment, participants will work toward completing a writing project of their choice by the end of the session. Among other things, the course will focus on the writing process itself, looking at the writing project creatively and constructively, overcoming writer’s block, effective peer reviewing practices, and options for structuring writing. Instructor: Lloyd Sharp Dates (two dates from which to choose): January 25-March 8, 2011 / Tuesdays March 22-May 3, 2011 / Tuesdays Course Times: 6:30-8:00 pm Tuition: $70.00 ($25 additional fee for CEUs) Location: Prescott College Tucson Center Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning


Wilderness First Responder Recertification Course This three day scenario-based course is designed as review and practice of evacuation and decision making guidelines. It also provides wilderness medicine practitioners with current updates in the wilderness medicine field. This course may be used to recertify Wilderness First Responder and Wilderness EMT (wilderness portion only) certifications. You must possess a valid WFR certification of at least 72 hours in order to recertify through this course. This course may also be used to recertify WAFA certifications. The WFR Recertification Course is pre-approved for 18 hours of EMT Continuing Education Hours (CEH) by the Continuing Education Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services (CECBEMS). Date: February 18-20, 2011 Course Times: Friday 7:45 am – Sunday 5 pm Tuition: $275.00 Location: Prescott College San Juan 201 B & C Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Avalanche Training Level II Certification Course The avalanche level two certification class is a 36-hour seminar taught over a four -day period. The course is designed to provide individuals who have previously acquired level one training/certification (and at least a season of practical field experience) with an introduction to advanced skills in physical process analysis, observational interpretation, documentation, and risk management related to snow avalanche occurrence. Instructor: David Lovejoy & KPAC Instructors Dates: February 25-28, 2011 Course Times: 9:00 am Friday-6:00 pm Monday Tuition: $450.00 (includes books/materials) Additional Fees (optional): $30 Avalanche Gear (beacon, shovel, probe) Location: Course in conducted in Kachina Peaks Wilderness on San Francisco Peaks. Group meets at Fort Valley Lodge (Corner of Rt. 180 and Snowbowl Rd., 7 miles north of Flagstaff, AZ) Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Storytelling: Teaching on the Wild Side During the workshop “Storyteaching,” participants will have the opportunity to increase their mastery of the following storytelling competencies: listening skills, story knowledge, ownership of the story, relationship with the audience, and becoming a storyteller. These competencies will be supplemented with the following hands-on experiences: exposure to the differences between reading and telling stories, learning stories without memorization, class participation in stories, the use of manipulatives (puppets, felt boards, etc) in storytelling, and the use of folk tales, true stories, picture books in original stories in ways that foster growth in multiple intelligences. Participants will actively listen to stories and will participate in story-crafting and story-learning activities. Instructor: Harriet Cole Date: February 26, 2011 Tuition: $80.00 Course Times: 9:00 am-4:00 pm Location: Prescott College Manzanita Chapel Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Introduction to Eastern and Western Herbology This course integrates (blends) western herbology with traditional Chinese herbology – exploring and integrating the principles of Chinese herbology as they apply to western herbs. Participants learn about anatomy and physiology: A western (analytical) and eastern (phenomenological) view of functions and characteristics of organs and systems, touching on the Yin/Yang Elemental System of Traditional Chinese & Greek (Galenic) herbology. The course will include the properties, characteristics, and practical application of herbs. Participants will discuss herb tastes and effects associated with the human telemetry system. This course is a pre-requisite to the Advanced Course in Herbology Instructor: Charles A. Benghauser Date: March 21, 23, 28, 30, 2011 Course Times: 6:00-8:00 pm Tuition: $195.00 (optional textbook available prior to course from instructor for $120+shipping) Location: Prescott College Crossroads Center Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning


Transformational Leadership – Changing the Course of History This intensive and experiential workshop is designed for those who are passionate about, and committed to, the highest aspirations for making a difference. Participants learn tools, philosophies, and approaches that enable consistency in accessing the very best of themselves, bringing out the best in others, and handling difficult people and circumstances with grace. This intensive enhances participants’ ability to move challenging projects, ideas, and initiatives forward with velocity, in spite of political, interpersonal, and cultural barriers. Instructor: Marilyn Levin, MSW Date: April 1-3, 2011 Course Times: Friday 3 pm – Sunday 5 pm Tuition: $195.00 Location: Prescott College Crossroads Center Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Advanced Eastern and Western Herbology This course is designed to build upon knowledge obtained through the Introduction to Eastern and Western Herbology course and is intended for professionals, and those wishing to become professionals, to advance in practical ways and to run a successful herbal nutrition business. In a practical "lab" setting, participants learn how to consult, analyze, and determine nutritional conditions and needs as viewed through traditional Chinese herbology. Customizing herbal tonics is also included. Instructor: Charles A. Benghauser Dates: April 11-May 18 / 6 Weeks on Mondays & Wednesdays Course Times: 6:00-8:00 pm Tuition: $1,200.00 (includes course textbook Energetics of Western Herbs by Peter Holmes) Prerequisite: Introduction to Herbal Nutrition and Science Location: Prescott College Crossroads Center (May 16 & 18 in different location) Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

8th Annual Gathering on Equine-Assisted Learning and Mental Health Best Practices The Gathering is dedicated to bringing committed professionals together to explore, discover, and develop their best practices in the fields of Equine-Assisted Learning and Equine-Assisted Mental Health. Speakers and presenters will gather from near and far to provide a platform for sharing experiential, theoretical, and foundational knowledge and experiences in their fields of expertise. Keynote speakers are Dr. Allan Hamilton and Dr. Jane Hamilton. The topic of the Hamilton’s presentation is: “Right Brain, Right Horse” – Exploring the scientific, psychological, and spiritual lessons behind the unique connections among horses and humans; how we can learn from these lessons to help transform lives. Dates: May 16–19, 2011 Course Times: 9:00 am Monday-5:00 pm Thursday Tuition: $650 Participants / $450 Students & Presenters (includes food and lodging at Chauncey Ranch) Location: Chauncey Ranch – Mayer, Arizona Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Expressive Art Therapy Summer Institute The Prescott College Expressive Art Therapy Summer Institute brings masters in the fields of Expressive Art, Music, Dance Movement, and Art Therapy together with students and professionals for an unparalleled, intensive, learning experience. Participants gain experiential knowledge of theories, applications, techniques, and methods. The internationally attended Institute is the core foundation for students in the Expressive Art Therapy program at Prescott College. The Institute also provides opportunities for those who want to learn more about the field of Expressive Art Therapy to gain first-hand knowledge and experience. Participants gain knowledge and skills in applying Expressive Arts in work, educational, and community settings. All practitioners and interested community members are welcome. Dates: July 24-August 7, 2011 Tuition: Varies – see website for more details Location: Prescott College Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning


Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship The Lifelong Learning Center at Prescott College has partnered with the Bank Street Center for Social Entrepreneurship to create this innovative Certificate Program in Social Entrepreneurship. Designed to be affordable and accessible, this program will provide entrepreneurs the critical knowledge, experiences, and networks necessary to design successful small, sustainable businesses that can contribute to providing solutions for the challenges confronting communities today. In order to earn the Certificate in Social Entrepreneurship participants must take the first course: Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship. The introductory course is then followed by 4 other elective courses that focus more directly on various skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in business startup and ongoing management. Once all courses are completed, participants take part in a Capstone course to synthesize learning and create a business plan for future success. Instructor: Gregory Sparzo, M.S., Ed. D. (candidate) Date: Coming Spring 2011 Course Times: 8:15 am-5:00 pm Tuition: Varies – see website for more details Location: Sonoran Institute – Phoenix, Arizona Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Children, Youth, Family, Adult, and Community Programs Latin Online: Live Audio and Video Web Conferencing Latin Courses Join the Carmenta Online Classroom for Latin language courses focusing on the grammar, basic vocabulary, and idiom of the Latin language. Courses combine the advantages of a traditional classroom Latin course with the convenience of online web conferencing. The classes, which meets three times per week, are held in a live online classroom setting where all participants access the classroom from their home computers and continuously interact with the teacher and each other by means of live audio and video. Instructor: Andrew Kuhry-Haeuser / Carmenta Online Classroom Dates: Latin I Spring Term begins January 3rd (Latin Courses II-VIII also available) Tuition: $400.00 per semester Location: Online Course Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

QiGong Tai Chi Through slow repetitive movements participants learn to calm their nervous system, quiet the mind, and gain youthful vitality. The practice of classical QiGong Tai Chi results in flexibility, coordination, and grace. Learn how to expand awareness and develop patience, emotional balance, and inner harmony. QiGong Tai Chi can be practiced by anyone, anywhere. By the end of this series of session’s participants will feel fresh, alert, and renewed with a sense of calmness and greater mental clarity. Health benefits will be possible through continued practice. Instructor: Kyla Haber Dates (two from which to choose): January 4-February 15, 2011 / 7 sessions / Tuesdays / 5:30-7:00 pm March 21-May 2, 2011 / 7 sessions / Mondays / 5:30-7:00 pm Tuition: $75 (for all 7 sessions) Location: Prescott College Crossroads Center Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Kindermusik® Family Time Family Time brings adults and children of all ages together, providing a dynamic and integrated musical learning experience for everyone. Each lesson is packed with singing, listening, story time, puppet play, creative movement, instrument play, family jams, and sharing. Family Time is for children newborn through 7 years. Parent/guardian is present and participates throughout entire class. Dates: January 13-February 10, 2011 / Our Kind of Day / Thursdays Tuition: $125 per family (includes at-home materials) Course Times: 5:00-6:00 pm Location: Prescott College Manzanita Chapel Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning


DreamTending This day-long workshop will explore the wisdom of dream images, helping each participant to expand her/his selfawareness and insight. DreamTending is a method of working with dreams that considers dream images as “living images.” Dreams are purposeful and help us to assimilate our life experiences in meaningful and creative ways. Come join us for this experiential day which includes DreamTending, guided meditation, and collage making. Instructor: JoHanna McNamee, M.A. Date: January 29, 2011 Course Times: 10:00 am-4:00 pm Tuition: $110.00 Location: Prescott College Manzanita Chapel Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Dream Books Workgroup This four-session working group explores the wisdom of dream images, fantasies, and symbols helping each participant to expand self-awareness and insight. These fun, interactive, and experiential sessions include DreamTending, guided meditation, and creative artistic process. Participants come away from each session with a better understanding of dreams, fantasies, and symbols and a method of working with them on an on-going basis. Please note: Participation in the DreamTending workshop, prior to this course, is strongly encouraged!

Instructor: JoHanna McNamee, M.A. Dates: February 12, March 5, April 9, May 14 / Four Saturdays Course Times: 10:30 am-12:30 pm Tuition: $156.00 (for all 4 sessions) Materials Fee: Participants provide Dream Book (Instructor will provide purchase information) Location: Prescott College Manzanita Chapel Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Conversational Spanish I This is a 9-week, beginning-level Spanish course for those with little or no prior experience learning Spanish. This course is for adult learners and will focus on developing the ability to converse in Spanish. The course will also offer insight into the culture of our closest Spanish-speaking neighbors in Mexico as well as an introduction to the political and historical context of all Spanish-speaking nations as it relates to learning Spanish as it is spoken in Mexico and South America. By the end of this course, learners will be able to carry out a basic conversation in the present tense in Spanish. Instructor: Melita Schwartz Dates: February 24-April 28, 2011 (no class 3/17) / 9 sessions / Thursdays Tuition: $90 (Wordchamp.com registration required – additional $12.50) Course Times: 6:00-7:30 pm Location: Perscott College Crossroads Center Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Conversational Spanish I at Prescott College Tucson Center This is a 9-week, beginning-level Spanish course for those with little or no prior experience learning Spanish. This course is for adult learners and will focus on developing the ability to converse in Spanish. The course will also offer insight into the culture of our closest Spanish-speaking neighbors in Mexico as well as an introduction to the political and historical context of all Spanish-speaking nations as it relates to learning Spanish as it is spoken in Mexico and South America. By the end of this course, learners will be able to carry out a basic conversation in the present tense in Spanish. Instructor: Carmen Alexis Osorio, Ph.D. Dates: February 24-April 28, 2011 (no class 3/17) / 9 sessions / Thursdays Tuition: $90 (plus required text) Course Times: 5:00-6:30 pm Location: Prescott College Tucson Center – Tucson, AZ Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning


Conversational Spanish II This is a 9 week Spanish language forum for those learners who are able to read and converse in Spanish using a variety of tenses and moods with command of at least an intermediate vocabulary. All conversations will be conducted in Spanish using articles from Spanish language online newspapers and blogs to stimulate discussion. The instructor will facilitate the discussions, offer corrections and comments, and make reading assignments as needed. The course is for learners who are not yet completely fluent but who wish to improve their speaking skills through authentic practice. Learners may be asked to make an oral presentation on a topic of their choice to prepare them for professional or academic situations that call for a high degree of fluency and accuracy. Instructor: Eucaris Fumero Dates: February 23-April 27, 2011 (no class 3/16)) / 9 Sessions / Wednesdays Tuition: $90 (plus required text) Course Times: 6:00-7:30 pm Location: Prescott College Crossroads Center Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Conversational Spanish II at Prescott College Tucson Center Conversational Spanish II is a nine week Spanish language course, where all conversations are conducted in Spanish. Upon completion of the course participants will use additional complex oral Spanish forms, apply additional grammatical structures to oral communication, perform increasingly complex interpersonal transactions, and discuss additional geographical and cultural differences among Spanish speaking population. The course includes weekly reading assignments and students provide two oral presentations in Spanish on previously discussed topics. Instructor: Carmen Alexis Osorio, Ph.D. Dates: February 23-April 27, 2011 (no class 3/16)) / 9 Sessions / Wednesdays Tuition: $90 Course Times: 5:00-6:30 pm Location: Prescott College Tucson Center – Tucson, AZ Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Making Native American Spirit Flutes Participants will learn about the history, culture, and traditions of Native American’s while making wooden flutes. This workshop includes hands-on woodworking, teachings of the spirit of flute making, and how to play a spirit flute. Participants will open the doorway to music and self expression. Instructor: Michael Goodluck Date: March 4 & March 11, 2011 (two consecutive Fridays) Course Times: 5:00-7:00 pm Tuition: $60.00 Location: Prescott College Crossroads Center Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Learn how to deal effectively and immediately with stress, fears, phobias, and traumas. This simple, but powerful self-help tool known as the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), has also been used to reduce pain, lessen cravings, and alleviate negative emotions. EFT uses a system of tapping on meridian points to clear blocked/stored emotional energy. Participants will become familiar with the tapping points and take home a working knowledge of the EFT procedure. All are welcome, as this is a technique that can be used by anyone and for any issue. The course also includes information on how parents can use EFT to benefit children. Instructor: Mary Ellen Gray Dates: April 2, 2011 Course Times: 9:00 am-1:00 pm Tuition: $45.00 Location: Prescott College Manzanita Chapel Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning


SoulCollage®: It’s All in the Cards! Participants are immersed in the soul-satisfying process of SoulCollage®, where intuition is accessed and a personal deck of collaged cards is created. Together, each group member gets a taste of how the cards can be consulted for guidance with life’s questions and transitions. The SoulCollage® deck is the personal story of each participant. The instructor guides the group through this process, which was developed by Seena Frost, an MFT from California. No artistic skill or experience necessary! Instructor: Kathryn “Kat” Kirby, M.Ed, ATR Dates: May 14, 2011 Course Times: 10:00 am-4:00 pm Tuition: $100/includes materials ($25 additional fee for CEUs) Location: Prescott College Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Educational Travel & Adventure Programs South Kaibab to Bright Angel Guided Hike This is truly one of the great hikes of the world. More than 16 miles in length with roughly 9,160' of elevation gain and loss in just three days, it is an experience of a lifetime. Instructor: Rubicon Outdoors Date: March 10-13, 2011 Tuition: $895.00 (per person) Location: Grand Canyon Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning Prescott Adventure Getaway – Hotel-Based Guided Adventure Tour Rubicon Outdoors’ Prescott Adventure Getaway includes: A day trip to the Grand Canyon on the Vintage Grand Canyon Railway, four nights accommodation at the Marriott Springhill Suites in downtown Prescott, roundtrip transportation to adventure activities and to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon, breakfast each morning, handcrafted lunch all three days, and qualified guide (bike rental fee not included). Instructor: Rubicon Outdoors Date: Ongoing (reserve dates now) Tuition: $995.00 per person (double occupancy). Two person minimum. Location: Prescott and Grand Canyon Registration form and further information on our website at: www.prescott.edu/lifelonglearning

Guided Rock Climbing in Prescott Situated a mile high in the mountains of central Arizona, rich in desert wildlife and high-quality crack-and-face climbs, Prescott, Ariz., is a climber’s oasis. This jewel-of-a-city is surrounded by National Forest and climbing areas such as Thumb Butte, Granite Mountain, and Watson Lake Recreation Area, all of which are in close proximity to its historic downtown. Come join Rubicon Outdoors for a journey into the vertical. You pick the date! Tuition: Full Day Rates (6-10 hours) o 1 Person: $195.00 o 2 People: $145.00 each o 3 to 4 People: $135.00 each o 5 to 8 People: $125.00 each o 9 to 12 People: $115.00 each Half Day Rates (4-5 hours) o 1 Person: $145.00 o 2 People: $95.00 each o 3 to 4 People: $85.00 each o 5 to 8 People: $75.00 each o 9 to 12 People: $65.00 each Further Information and Registration: rubiconoutdoors@hotmail.com / 800-903-6987 (tell them LLC sent you)


Spring Schedule 2011 at a Glance Course Title: Latin Online: Live Audio and Video Web Conferencing Latin Courses QiGong Tai Chi Avalanche Training Level I Certification Course Kindermusik® Family Time Group Process and Facilitation for Equine-Assisted Mental Health Seven Weeks to Stronger Writing at the Prescott College Tucson Center DreamTending Yoga for Prescott College Employees & Family Members (Prescott Campus) Avalanche Training Level I Certification Course Dream Books Workgroup Wilderness First Responder Recertification Course Conversational Spanish II – at Prescott Campus Conversational Spanish II – at the Prescott College Tucson Center Conversational Spanish I – at Prescott Campus Conversational Spanish I – at the Prescott College Tucson Center Avalanche Training Level II Certification Course Storytelling: Teaching on the Wild Side Avalanche Training Level I Certification Course Making Native American Spirit Flutes South Kaibab to Bright Angel Guided Hike QiGong Tai Chi Introduction to Eastern and Western Herbology Seven Weeks to Stronger Writing at the Prescott College Tucson Center Transformational Leadership – Changing the Course of History Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) Advanced Eastern and Western Herbology SoulCollage®: It’s All in the Cards! 8th Annual Gathering on Equine-Assisted Learning and Mental Health Best Practices Expressive Art Therapy Summer Institute

Course Date: January 3, 2011 January 4-February 15, 2011 / Tuesdays / 5:30-7 pm January 7-9, 2011 / 3 pm Friday-5 pm Sunday January 13-February 10, 2011 / Thursdays / 5-6 pm January 23-26, 2011 January 25-March 8, 2011 / Tuesdays / 6:30-8 pm January 29, 2011 / 10 am-4 pm February 4-March 11, 2011 / Fridays / 12-1 pm February 11-13, 2011 / 3 pm Friday-5 pm Sunday February 12, March 5, April 9, May 14 / 10:30 am-12:30 pm February 18-20, 2011 / 7:45 am Friday5 pm Sunday February 23-April 27, 2011 / Wednesdays 6-7:30 pm February 23-April 27, 2011 / Wednesdays 6-7:30 pm February 24-April 28, 2011 / Thursdays 6-7:30 pm February 24-April 28, 2011 / Thursdays 6-7:30 pm February 25-28, 2011 / 9 am Friday-6 pm Monday February 26, 2011 / 9 am-4 pm March 4-6, 2011, 2011 / 3 pm Friday-5 pm Sunday March 4 & 11, 2011 / 2 Fridays / 5-7 pm March 10-13, 2011 March 21-May 2, 2011 / Mondays / 5:30-7 pm March 21, 23, 28, 30, 2011 / 6-8 pm March 22-May 3, 2011 / Tuesdays / 6:30-8 pm

Course Fee: $400 $75 $300 $125 $650 ($450 Stud) $70 $110 $40 $300 $156 $275 $90 $90 $90 $90 $450 $80 $300 $60 $895 per person $75 $195 $70

April 1-3, 2011 / 3 pm Friday-5 pm Sun

$195

April 2, 2011 / 9 am-1 pm April 11-May 18 / Mondays & Wednesdays / 6-8 pm May 14, 2011 / 10 am-4 pm

$45

May 16-19, 2011 July 24-August 7, 2011

$1,200 $100 $650 ($450 PC Students) Varies

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