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Summer 2013 Academic Calendar April Summer LIONS’ Pride Orientation ...................................... 9:00 a.m.................................................................Thursday, April 25 Priority Online Registration Begins............................www.wallacestate.edu ........................................................Monday, April 29 *Priority Registration Schedule: Registration opens each day at 8:00 a.m. 45+ Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins Monday, April 29 30+ Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins Wednesday, May 1 15+ Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins Friday, May 3 All Other Students Registration Begins Monday, May 6 May Planning and Assessment/Faculty Duty Days ...............................................................................Tuesday, May 7-Friday, May 10 Spring Grades Due............................................................................................................................................Wednesday, May 8 Graduation................................................................................................................................................................Friday, May 10 Interim Term Begins..................................................................................................................................................Friday, May 10 Late Registration Drop/Add (Interim Term)...............................................................................................................Friday, May 10 On-Site Registration Begins ..................................................................................................................................Monday, May 13 Registration Day (Regular, Mini I) .........................................................................................................................Monday, May 20 Tuition and Fees due by 6:00 p.m. .................................Cashier’s Office .......................................................Wednesday, May 22 Selected ORI 101 and 103 Classes Meet ...........................................................................................Thursday-Friday, May 23-24 Late Registration Drop/Add (Regular, Mini I)...................................................................................Thursday-Tuesday, May 23-28 End of Interim Term..............................................................................................................................................Saturday, May 25 Memorial Day ..................................................................WSCC Closed ..............................................................Monday, May 27 All Other Class Begin (Regular, Mini I) .................................................................................................................Tuesday, May 28 Gap Program Begins ............................................................................................................................................Tuesday, May 28 Late Registration Drop/Add Ends (Regular, Mini I)...............................................................................................Tuesday, May 28 Tuition and Fees due by 6:00 p.m. .................................Cashier’s Office ............................................................Tuesday, May 28 June Last day to withdraw from Mini Term I .................................................................................................................Tuesday, June 18 End of Mini Term I...............................................................................................................................................Thursday, June 27 Gap Program Ends.............................................................................................................................................Thursday, June 27 July Registration Mini II ...................................................................................................................................................Monday, July 1 Mini Term II Begins..................................................................................................................................................Tuesday, July 2 Late Registration, Drop/Add Mini Term II ................................................................................................................Tuesday, July 2 Summer Graduation Applications Due ....................................................................................................................Tuesday, July 2 Independence Day ..........................................................WSCC Closed ................................................Thursday-Friday, July 4-5 Last day to withdraw Regular and Mini II Terms ...................................................................................................Tuesday, July 13 Final Exams ..............................................................................…...........................................Tuesday-Monday, July 30-August 5 August Summer Grades Due….. .............................................................. .....................................................................Tuesday, August 6 Faculty Duty Day ................................................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 6 Reminder (Tentative) Dates for Fall 2013 Priority Registration Begins for Fall........................................................................................................................Monday, July 15 Early On-site Registration Begins for Fall............................................................................................................Monday, August 5 Registration Day(Projected) .............................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 13 Fall Classes Begin (Projected) ....................................................................................................................Wednesday, August 14 Fall 2013 Lions’ Pride Dates Tuesday – Thursday, June 18 – June 20.............................1:00 p.m......................................................................Student Center Tuesday – Thursday, June 25 – June 27.............................1:00 p.m......................................................................Student Center


A Message from the President Welcome to summer semester! Wallace State offers a rich selection of courses to students and lifelong learners during its summer session. From mid-May to early August, thousands of students enroll in more than 600 courses across all disciplines. Classes are offered online, on campus during the day and in the evening, and during two 5-week Mini-terms, so that you can find time to rejuvenate while still participating in college coursework and other activities. Summer semester is important to our students who want to carry a more manageable course load during the regular academic year, those who want to get an early start, catch up, or earn their degrees at an accelerated pace. The atmosphere during summertime is a bit more relaxed, even for those loading up on courses, as the college operates extended days Monday through Thursday and is closed on Fridays. We welcome many visiting students from other colleges and universities who want to take advantage of Wallace State’s offerings during the summer. Students are invited to visit Lion Central, our new One Stop Center for enrollment, advising and financial aid services, located on the ground floor of the fully renovated Bailey Center. New online tutorials for completing the FAFSA and a Financial Aid TV service provide additional answers for students seeking information on Pell grants and student loans. Many other programs and activities happen during summer, including a 10-day summer educational trip to Italy organized through the Evelyn Burrow Museum, the Museum’s Cultural Conversation’s series and visiting art exhibitions, as well as activities offered through our Alumni Association and Continuing Education department. A nationally recognized Achieving the Dream institution, Wallace State is an exciting place to be. Join us this summer, and become inspired by the Wallace State of Mind!

Vicki P. Hawsey President

Table of Contents Academic Calendar .........................Inside Front Cover Important Phone Numbers ...................................PG 3 Business Hours ....................................................PG 4 ADA Accommodations..........................................PG 4 Online Education ..................................................PG 4 Admission Policy/Procedures ...............................PG 5 Registration Process ............................................PG 5 Financial Aid Information ......................................PG 6 Bookstore Information ..........................................PG 6 Tuition and Fees ...................................................PG 7 myWallaceState and Online Registration .............PG 8 Testing Schedule ..................................................PG 9 Adult Education/GED Schedule..........................PG 10 Off-Campus Classes...........................................PG 11 Main Campus Classes........................................PG 12 Mini Term I ..........................................................PG 28 Mini Term II .........................................................PG 28 Mini Term III ........................................................PG 28 Continuing Education .........................................PG 29 Lifelong Learning ................................................PG 30 Workforce Training..............................................PG 31 Alumni Association Activities ..............................PG 32 Athens State University ......................................PG 33 Building Codes ...................................................PG 34 Campus Map ...................................Inside Back Cover

Important Phone Numbers Toll Free ...........................................1.866.350.WSCC Complete directory at www.wallacestate.edu ACTION Advising Center ........................256.352.8040 Assessment/Testing Center ...........................352.8248 Bookstore.......................................................352.8100 Cashier ..........................................................352.8141 Financial Aid ..................................................352.8182 Library ............................................................352.8260 *Lion Central One-Stop Enrollment Center ..352.8238 Operator.........................................................352.8000 Student Activities/Campus Visits....................352.8031 Vice-President................................................352.8340 *Lion Central, Wallace State’s new One Stop Center for enrollment services is now located in the James C. Bailey Center Lobby.

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Business Hours LION CENTRAL (ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, ACTION CENTER) June 3, 2013 – August 9, 2013* Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed CASHIER and BOOKSTORE June 3, 2013 – August 9, 2013* Monday – Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Thursday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed RECRUITING (LION CENTRAL) Wallace State DISCOVERY DAYS (Campus Tours)- (256.352.8031) Tuesdays and Thursdays . 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (by appointment) CAREER SERVICES (256.352.8178) Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. TUTORING LAB (8th Floor JBC) (Monday, June 3 - Monday, August 5) Monday – Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. LIBRARY June 3, 2013 – August 9, 2013 Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed

*SPECIAL HOURS FOR HOLIDAY WEEKS OF MAY 27 AND JULY 2 LION CENTRAL (ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, ACTION CENTER), CASHIER and BOOKSTORE Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed Tuesday – Wednesday, May 28 - 29 . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Thursday – Friday, May 30-31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Wednesday, July 1-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Thursday-Friday July 4 - 5 (Independence Day) . . . . . . . . . . Closed LIBRARY Monday May 27 (Memorial Day) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed Tuesday – Thursday, May 28 – 30 . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Friday, May 31 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Wednesday, July 1-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Thursday-Friday, July 4 - 5 (Independence Day) . . . . . . . . . . Closed Note: Student Services Regular Operating Hours (Prior to June 3 and after August 9, 2013) Monday – Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Thursday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Education Anytime, Anywhere Wallace State offers a wide array of online and hybrid classes to fit your schedule and your needs. These classes are noted in the fall course listing beginning on page 12. Several complete programs of study are also available in a fully online or online/hybrid format including Computer Science (Programming, Software Support/Help Desk, Internet/Networking Technology), Health Information Technology (Health Information Technician, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding), Gerontology, Pharmacy Technology, and Associate in Arts/Science. Contact an advisor in the ACTION Center at 256.352.8040 to learn more about online education.

Disclaimer - Information contained in this schedule is offered for planning purposes only and is subject to change. For the latest information, visit www.wallacestate.edu. Accreditation - Wallace State is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees. (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097; Phone: 404/679-4501). Many programs have additional accreditation from organizations appropriate to the particular disciplines. ADA Accommodations - All students receiving services through the ADA Office need to make an appointment or stop by to discuss the classes and accommodations needed for Summer Semester. All students wanting to utilize their accommodation for priority registration must make the appointment and have documentation on file before April 17. The WSCC ADA Office publishes a handbook outlining the policies and procedures required for acquiring academic accommodations. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure that each step is completed. For further information, contact Ms. Lisa Smith, Director of Special Populations, on the 8th floor of the JBC or call 256.352.8052. A copy of the student handbook can be found on the web at www.wallacestate.edu/ mainmenu/currentstudents/ada-accommodations.html.

Non-Discrimination Policy - It is the policy of Wallace State Community College, a postsecondary institution under the control of the Alabama State Board of Education, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, or sexual orientation be excluded from participation in, be denied benefit of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment. The College will not retaliate against any person because they have engaged in a protected activity opposing the College or because they have made a complaint, testified, assisted, or participated in any manner in an investigation, proceeding or hearing alleging discrimination on a basis specified above. Transitional Learning Division - The Transitional Learning Division’s primary responsibility is to make the transition from high school to college as easy as possible for students. Transitional Learning classes are designed to assist students in developing academic competencies necessary for success in college. Orientation 103, Reading 083, English 092 and 093, and Math 090 are found within this division. For more information, contact Cindy Mallard, Director of Transitional Learning, at cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu or 256.352.8081.

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Admissions Policy Wallace State Community College is an open admissions institution. All students who have earned a high school diploma or GED are eligible for admission. In addition to an application for admission, students are required to supply the College with an official copy of their high school transcript or official copy of their GED scores. Students transferring from another college must submit an admissions application and an official copy of their transcript(s) from each college they have attended. Transient students must submit a transient letter from their home institution stating the courses they will be allowed to take in addition to an application for admission.

forms. Further information is available by contacting Lion Central, Wallace State’s One Stop Enrollment Center, or viewing the WSCC Catalog online.

Graduates from a non-accredited high school with a diploma demonstrating successful completion of a course of study on the secondary level based upon the Carnegie units required by the state education agency at the time of the award (currently 24) and minimum ACT score of 16 or the equivalent SAT score of 790 are eligible for admission. If the above requirements are not met, the student must take a GED test.

The Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit High School program allows eligible high school students to enroll in college classes concurrently with high school classes, either on the college campus or at the high school, and receive both high school and college credit. The student must be in grade 10, 11 or 12, have a “B” average; and obtain written approval of the Principal and Superintendent.

Special requirements may apply to International Students seeking admission. Students must submit official transcripts, an I-20 Form, TOEFL scores, declaration of responsibility statement, proof of insurance, and all appropriate admissions

Non-Credit students who enroll exclusively in non-credit courses may be granted admission without a minimum score on the ACT or SAT, a GED Certificate, or transcripts from a high school or college.

Accelerated high school students who have completed the tenth grade, have a cumulative “B” average, and are recommended by the local principal may enroll at Wallace State only in postsecondary courses for which high school prerequisites have been completed. Exceptions may apply for students documented as “gifted and talented” according to the standards included in the State Plan for Exceptional Children and Youth.

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ADMISSIONS: Submit a completed and signed application for admission to Lion Central, Wallace State’s new One Stop Enrollment Center, or apply online at www.wallacestate.edu. Remember to send your transcripts and provide photo identification. FINANCIAL AID: Information about financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, work-study, WIA, TRA and veterans’ benefits, may be obtained by calling the Financial Aid Office at 256.352.8182 or visiting www.wallacestate.edu. ORIENTATION: All students are strongly encouraged to attend a LIONS’ Pride Information Session. Incoming freshmen are required to register for an orientation course (unless exempt). Contact the ACTION Center at 256.352.8040 for more information. The WSCC Office of Enrollment Management is available to provide college information and schedule campus tours. Call 256.352.8031 for more information. TESTING: All students must complete COMPASS Placement Tests in English, reading, and mathematics prior to registering for classes. Testing is waived for those who

present recent ACT scores (or SAT equivalent) of 20 on the English and math portions. Contact the Testing Center at 256.352.8053 for more information.

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ACADEMIC ADVISING: Advisors are available to assist students in choosing a course of study, developing a degree plan, and registering for classes. Visit the ACTION Center (256.352.8248) to see an advisor or contact your assigned faculty advisor.

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REGISTRATION: Students can register online at myWallaceState, accessible from the Wallace State home page, www.wallacestate.edu. See instructions for logging on to myWallaceState on page 8. For registration dates and times, consult the academic calendar or visit www.wallacestate.edu.

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FEE PAYMENT: Registration is not complete until all tuition and fees are paid. Fees may be paid online, by mail, or in person at the WSCC Cashier’s Office. Please consult page 6 in the course schedule for a list of tuition and fees and important deadlines. For payment information, call 256.352.8015. Discover, American Express, Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

Having Problems with Blackboard? The WSCC Blackboard Online Support Center’s Customer Care Technicians are available for support 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Call 1-866-265-4848 for live assistance. Or visit the Blackboard Support Center Website: learn.wallacestate.edu. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 5


Financial Aid Students receiving financial aid should read the following information carefully: APPLY EARLY – Students applying for financial aid should apply at least two (2) months before the next semester begins. Applying early will help ensure a timely response to federal guidelines and will allow for any unforeseen problems/situations that might occur. Applying early will also help the student avoid potential long lines or waits. BOOKSTORE CHARGES If Pell Awards exceed the amount of tuition and fees owed, students may charge books and supplies on their Pell accounts at the WSCC Bookstore. These accounts will be open for charges May 9. DISTANCE EDUCATION students are responsible for logging in and meeting orientation requirements for all Blackboard, Internet, and video classes. Pell funds will not be distributed until attendance is verified. BALANCE CHECKS Per federal guidelines, attendance must be verified before balance checks can be mailed. Students must attend ALL CLASSES before Pell and loan funds will be distributed. Students’ balance checks will not be processed until all holds are cleared. PLEASE NOTE: Students in DISTANCE EDUCATION courses are responsible for logging in and meeting orientation requirements for all on-line and video classes. Pell and loan funds will not be mailed until attendance is verified. Pell Grant and Loan balance checks, with no holds, will be mailed, Wednesday, June 5. If you are registered in classes that begin later than May 28 your balance check will be mailed at a later date. You must attend classes prior to any funds being mailed for a particular class.

Withdrawal from all classes after receiving balance checks will result in Pell overpayment and future Pell payments for WSCC or any other college will cease until the overpayment is repaid. STUDENTS ON PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS The WSCC Financial Aid Office requests that all students on private funded scholarships contact the Financial Aid Office three (3) weeks prior to registration to ensure that all paperwork is complete. INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP recipients must complete a FAFSA prior to enrollment being completed. REMEMBER Students must re-file for Pell Grants for every academic year (Fall – Summer). The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available online at www.fafsa.gov. Students applying for 2012-13 ( fall 2012, spring 2013 , summer 2013) Pell Grants must complete the forms with 2011 tax data. It is the student’s responsibility to provide any additional information requested by the Financial Aid Office. The Grant cannot be awarded until the student’s file is complete NOTE: If you are planning to attend fall 2013, you will be required to complete a 2013-2014 FAFSA using your 2012 income taxes. **Priority Deadline for Fall 2013 is June 1, 2013 Completed Financial Aid paperwork must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by the deadline of June 1 in order for funds to be available for Fall Semester 2013. http://www.wallacestate.edu/finaid.html. Students should review their MyWallaceState account for individual requirements.

EMAIL AND LION ALERT: E-mail is an official form of communication at Wallace State. Please set up your Wallace State email account and check it regularly. Click on “myWallaceState” scroll down to the Student Records area and click on Login to see Student Email setup information. To set up your Lion Alert accoun t, Wallace State’s emergency notification system, click on the tab “Lion Alert”, then click on the “mySchoolCast” link within the Log-In Instructions section.

Bookstore Information To view a current listing of textbooks and pricing information, please visit www.wallacestate.edu/booklist. Refund Policy • A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in new condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded the full purchase price assuming that the following conditions are met: •Everyone must have a receipt. •Everyone must have a valid picture ID. •Books must be in new/unused condition. If book was sold in shrink wrap it must be returned in shrink wrap. •Refunds will not be given for supplies or reference books and materials. •If purchase was made with a check, you must wait 10 business days before requesting a refund. A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in used condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded 50% of the full purchase price. A book is determined to be in a “used” condition if the shrink wrap has been removed, or has marks, erasures, or highlights. All books regardless of condition must include any cd or access code that was included with the book. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 6


Tuition and Fees Credit Hours

Tuition $109/Hr

Bond Surety Fee

Building Fee

Facility Renewal Fee

Technology Fee

Total Tuition & Fees

1

109.00

1.00

10.00

9.00

9.00

138.00

2

218.00

2.00

20.00

18.00

18.00

276.00

3

327.00

3.00

30.00

27.00

27.00

414.00

4

436.00

4.00

40.00

36.00

36.00

552.00

5

545.00

5.00

50.00

45.00

45.00

690.00

6

654.00

6.00

60.00

54.00

54.00

828.00

7

763.00

7.00

70.00

63.00

63.00

966.00

8

872.00

8.00

80.00

72.00

72.00

1,104.00

9

981.00

9.00

90.00

81.00

81.00

1,242.00

10

1,090.00

10.00

100.00

90.00

90.00

1,380.00

11

1,199.00

11.00

110.00

99.00

99.00

1,518.00

12

1,308.00

12.00

120.00

108.00

108.00

1,656.00

13

1,417.00

13.00

130.00

117.00

117.00

1,794.00

14

1,526.00

14.00

140.00

126.00

126.00

1,932.00

15

1,635.00

15.00

150.00

135.00

135.00

2,070.00

16

1,744.00

16.00

160.00

144.00

144.00

2,208.00

17

1,853.00

17.00

170.00

153.00

153.00

2,346.00

18

1,962.00

18.00

180.00

162.00

162.00

2,484.00

19

2,071.00

19.00

190.00

171.00

171.00

2,622.00

20

2,180.00

20.00

200.00

180.00

180.00

2,760.00

21

2,289.00

21.00

210.00

189.00

189.00

2,898.00

22

2,398.00

22.00

220.00

198.00

198.00

3,036.00

23

2,507.00

23.00

230.00

207.00

207.00

3,174.00

24

2,616.00

24.00

240.00

216.00

216.00

3,312.00

25

2,725.00

25.00

250.00

225.00

225.00

3,450.00

Additional Fees: Late Registration Fee: Student Accident Insurance: Malpractice Insurance: Physical Education Fee:

$25.00 $4.00/semester Health - $7.50/semester $15.00/class

EMS - $32.50/semester

Students who are NOT residents of Alabama pay two times the stated rate of tuition. Fees are the same. ALL TUITION & FEES ARE DUE AT REGISTRATION. Tuition & Fees Reminder: All tuition and fees should be paid in the Cashier’s Office according to the following schedule. If tuition and fees are not paid by the end of the business day on the due date, the class schedule will be deleted. Registration Period Payment Due Date April 29 – May 22 (Early Registration)............................................May 22 by 6:00 p.m. May 23............................................................................................May 23 by 4:00 p.m. May 24 .............................................................................................................2:00 p.m. May 28 ..............................................................................................................6:00 p.m.

Tuition Refund Policy Refund for a complete withdrawal: A student who officially or unofficially withdraws from all classes before the first day of class will be refunded the total tuition and other institutional charges. A student who officially or unofficially withdraws completely on or after the first day of class but prior to the end of the third week of class will be refunded according to the following prorated refund schedule: Regular Term (May 28-August 5) Through May 27 May 28-June 3 June 4-June 10 June 11-June 17 After June 17

100% 75% 50% 25% no refund

Mini Term I - 5 weeks (May 28-June 27) Through May 28 100% May 29-May 30 75% May 31-June 1 50% June 2-3 25% After June 3 no refund Mini Term II - 5 weeks (July 2-August 5) Through July 2 100% July 3-4 75% July 5-6 50% July 7-8 25% AfterJuly 8 no refund Administrative Fee: An administrative fee not to exceed 5% of tuition and other institutional charges of $100, whichever is smaller, shall be assessed for each withdrawal within the period beginning the first day of class and ending at the end of the third week of class. NOTE: The first $80 for full-time and first $59 for part-time students is non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by the college. Insurance fees are nonrefundable. Refund for partial withdrawal: Students who do not completely withdraw from the college but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refunded the difference in tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. There will be no refund to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period has ended. Wallace State does not give cash refunds: Students must complete a Drop/Add Form for the Admissions Office (available through Lion Central in the Bailey Center lobby), take it to the Cashier’s Office and complete a Refund Request Form. Under normal circumstances, refund checks are issued weekly and mailed to the student. Refer to current academic calendar for drop/add and withdrawal deadlines.

PARKING PERMITS Parking Permits are available free of charge from the Wallace State One Stop Center, Bailey Center 1st floor. All students are required to obtain a parking permit if driving on campus.

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myWallaceState myWallaceState • Student Resources at Your Fingertips www.wallacestate.edu Check E-mail. Student e-mail accounts are available to all students at no charge.

View Documents. Students may access their unofficial transcripts and degree plans.

Register for and Drop/Add Classes.

Blackboard Log In. Your myWallaceState

Students can register online or drop/add, but cannot drop classes beyond the drop/add period. See below for more information.

ID is required to log in.

Pay Tuition and Fees. Registration is not

your financial aid account.

complete until tuition and fees are paid in full. Mastercard, Discover, American Express and Visa are accepted.

Manage Lion Card. Manage your Lion

Check Grades. Students may access their grades at the conclusion of each semester.

Manage Lion Alert. Lion Alert is WSCC’s emergency notification system (see p. 9).

Check Financial Aid Status. Access

Card funds online.

Register Online 1.

GETTING STARTED: If you are a newly admitted or returning student you may have received a student number in the mail. You may also use your social security number as a temporary student ID and six-digit birthdate as a temporary PIN. You must not be on academic probation or have any outstanding fees or holds to register.

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GO ONLINE: Visit www.wallacestate.edu and click on the myWallaceState link to access your student information. Click on Student Records (Secure Area) to log in.

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LOGIN SCREEN: Enter your student number (this is your social security number without the dashes) or your WSCC  assigned student number. Enter your PIN number (the default PIN is your six-digit birthdate). You will be prompted to change your PIN for privacy and security.

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SELECT THE STUDENT TAB, THEN CLICK ON  REGISTRATION: Select the term for which you would like to register, then select Register/Add/Drop Classes. Here you may enter the course numbers from the published class schedule, or select Class Search to search online for classes meeting your desired criteria. Select the class subject (add time/day constraints under the Advanced Search option). You will be shown a list of courses meeting your selected criteria. Select the classes you want to take by clicking in the corresponding box under the Select column. Click Register to the add the course. To Drop a course, go to the Add or Drop Classes section and select the drop-down menu under Action for the course you want to drop, and then select Drop. (Please be aware of drop/add deadlines and refund dates as outlined on the

inside front cover and p. 7 of this schedule). Continue until your course schedule is complete. To view your schedule, go back to the Registration menu and select Student Detail Schedule or Active Registration. 5.

COMPLETE REGISTRATION: Once your schedule is complete, return to the Student tab, click on Student Account, and then select Account Summary. There you will see a screen that displays tuition charges for the schedule you have chosen. Available financial aid coverage may also be viewed. To complete the entire registration process, you must pay the amount due by the dates published by WSCC. Failure to do so will result in removal from class. Classes can only be dropped online during the drop/add period. If registration has ended, you must withdraw from classes through Lion Central, Wallace State’s One Stop Enrollment Center.

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PAYMENT: In the Account Summary menu, you will be provided options to pay your balance by electronic check, or by credit card with Discover, American Express, Visa or Mastercard. You may also pay in person during regular business hours at the WSCC Cashier’s Office by check, cash or credit card. Please print a copy of your bill to take to the Cashier’s office.

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REMEMBER: To ensure complete registration, full payment must be received by the posted payment deadlines. If you do not settle your account by the date posted in the current semester schedule, your schedule will be deleted. Please check your schedule for accuracy.

LION CARD/STUDENT ID All students are required to have this form of identification while on campus. IDs are available in the Enrollment Management Office. Use your LION LOOT at the WSCC Bookstore, Culinary Arts, Vending, the Library, Woody’s Grill, and CVS Pharmacy. Call 256.352.8031 for more information. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 8


Testing Schedule Fees are payable in the WSCC Cashier’s Office, located on the Mezzanine level of the Bailey Center. For more information, visit www.wallacestate.edu/ACTION-Center or call 256.352.8040.

Test

Dates

Residual ACT Testing

Friday, April 5 Thursday, June 6 Monday, August 5 Friday, October 4

Location

To provide student with necessary college entrance Computer Science requirements and to Auditorium help determine placement in math and English.

8:30 a.m.

HESI Biology Placement Exam

By appointment during COMPASS testing hours.

CLEP Testing

By appointment during COMPASS testing hours.

COMPASS Placement and Ability to Benefit Assessments

GED Registration

8th Floor JBC

To determine readiness for Biology 201.

8th Floor JBC

To provide an opportunity to obtain college level credit for acquired knowledge.

Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. Friday (only open on week of May 27) 8 a.m. –11:30 a.m.

To determine placement into math and English classes (if not exempt). 8th Floor JBC

Extended Testing Times: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday during the months of June and July.

Twice per month beginning Monday, June 3, 2013, at 6 p.m. by appointment.

GED Testing

For Info.

To Register

Call 256.352.8042 Fee: $37.50

Registration is complete when payment is made to cashier. Bring receipt, ID, and ACT  approved calculator on test date.

Call 256.352.8248 Fee:  $32

Call 256.352.8248. Bring ID, calculator and receipt on test date.

Call 256.352.8248 Fee: $102 per test

No appointment needed. Bring ID, calculator Initial Test Fee: none for math, and receipt Retest: $8 (if retest) on test To assess math, (Only one retest is date. Student should reading and English permitted in three have application on skill levels for year period) file prior to testing. health program applications.

Required before GED test date is scheduled.

Call 256.352.8461

TBA

To provide opportunity for adults who have not graduated from high school to earn a high school level educational diploma.

Call 256.352.8461 Fee: $50 Retest: $10 per subject

TBA

Graduation requirement in certain programs; should be taken in the last two semesters of study after completing English and math coursework.

Pre-registration required. Test date issued at registration.

Registration is required.

Call 256.352.8248 Bring ID and receipt on test date.

Call 256.352.8248

TBA

Twice per month beginning Wednesday, June 5, 2013.

WORKKEYS for WSCC Students

Purpose

Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 9

By appointment. Bring receipt, driver’s license and Social Security card. If 17, also bring student exit interview form and notarized parent permission to take GED exam. By appointment, call 256.352.8461. Bring identification and social security card on test date.

By appointment, call 256.352.8461. Call 256.352.8461. Fee: $40

Bring identification and receipt on test date.


Free GED Classes Adult Education is a non-profit program that assists individuals who have discontinued public education enrollment or who do not have a high school diploma, as well as those who need basic skills development for employment purposes. For more information, contact the Wallace State Adult Education Department at 256.352.8078, 1.866.350.9722 or adulteducation@wallacestate.edu. CULLMAN COUNTY GED CLASSES ORIENTATION/WORKKEYS Daystar Church Desperation Church Extension Office (Back side of CCBOE) Parkside Library, Baileyton Cullman County Dept. of Human Resources Wallace State-Hanceville - (classes located in the Center for Economic & Workforce Development) Adult Reading Adult GED Prep, Room 102 WIA/ College Prep, Room 102 Adult GED Prep Teen Classes

By Appointment Tuesday Thursday Monday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday Monday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday

256.352.8078 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Tuesday and Thursday Monday and Wednesday Tuesday and Thursday Monday and Tuesday Thursday Monday and Wednesday

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

BLOUNT COUNTY GED CLASSES Blount County Career Center - Orientation and WorkKeys 205.625.4673 Blountsville Methodist Church Tuesday & Thursday Hayden Crossroads Baptist Church - Orientation First Tuesday of each month Hayden Crossroads Baptist Church Monday & Tuesday Hope House - Oneonta - Orientation Monday Hope House - Oneonta Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Wednesday, Thursday and Friday MORGAN COUNTY GED CLASSES Brewer and Eva - Orientation Eva Town Hall Brewer High School, Room 204

WINSTON COUNTY GED CLASSES Double Springs Municipal Building Addison Elementary School

By Appointment 8:30 am. - 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

By Appointment Monday Monday Tuesday Tuesday Thursday

256.352.8078 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Monday-Thursday Tuesday and Wednesday

8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

ONLINE GED PREP Register for online GED preparation at the WSCC Adult Education Office. Call 256.352.8078 or 866.350.9722 x8078 to make an appointment for online GED Prep Orientation. If you would like to sponsor a GED class in your place of business or building, please call 256.352.8077 to find out more. Visit www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Adult-Education. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 10


Off-Campus Classes CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

ADDISON HIGH SCHOOL English 3508 ENG 101 3503 ENG 252

English Composition I American Literature II

3 3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm 06:00 pm-09:45 pm

W W

ADD 000 ADD 000

Farmer, Maranda F. Smothers, Sherry M.

BREWER HIGH SCHOOL English 3509 ENG 101 3510 ENG 102

English Composition I English Composition II

3 3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm 06:00 pm-09:45 pm

M T

BHS 000 BHS 000

Booth, Rhonda M Booth, Rhonda M.

History 3511 HIS 201

United States History I

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

M

BHS 000

Self, Jeffrey B.

Mathematics 3512 MTH 90 3513 MTH 98

Basic Mathematics Elementary Algebra

3 3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm 06:00 pm-09:45 pm

M T

BHS 000 BHS 000

Clark, Christy C. Clark, Christy C.

Psychology 3514 PSY 200

General Psychology

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

T

BHS 000

Self, Jeffrey B.

Fund of Oral Communication Hybrid course

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

T

BHS 000

Skelley, Victoria

Speech 3515 SPH 106

HAYDEN HIGH SCHOOL History 3516 HIS 201

United States History I

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

W

HAY 000

Carter, Mark H.

Psychology 3517 PSY 200 3518 PSY 210

General Psychology Human Growth & Development

3 3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm 06:00 pm-09:45 pm

M Th

HAY 000 HAY 000

Hughes, John P. Hughes, John P.

Speech 3519 SPH 107

Fund of Public Speaking

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

W

HAY 000

Pruett, Faye F.

J B PENNINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Computer Science 3474 CIS 146

Microcomputer Applications Hybrid Course

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

T

JBP 000

Fincher, Judy C.

English 3500 ENG 252

American Literature II

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

Th

JBP 000

Akin, Linda L.

Mathematics 3490 MTH 98 3495 MTH 100

Elementary Algebra Intermediate College Algebra

3 3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm 06:00 pm-09:45 pm

Th T

JBP 000 JBP 000

Mullins, Kenneth L. Smith, Jennifer J.

Psychology 3599 PSY 210

Human Growth & Development

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

Th

JBP 000

Fincher, Anna

Speech 3498 SPH 107

Fund of Public Speaking

3

06:00 pm-09:45 pm

T

JBP 000

Pruett, Faye F.

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Main Campus Classes CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

Agricultural Production (see Horticulture) Art 3105

ART 100I

3106

ART 100I

3101 3102

ART 113 ART 114

3099

ART 221

3103

ART 233

3104

ART 234

Art Appreciation 3 TBA TBA Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct Art Appreciation 3 TBA TBA Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct Drawing I 3 10:00 am-11:55 am TTh Drawing II 3 10:00 am-11:55 am TTh Lab TBA Computer Graphics I 3 12:00 pm-01:55 pm MW Lab TBA Painting I 3 12:00 pm-01:55 pm TTh Lab TBA Painting II 3 12:00 pm-01:55 pm TTh Lab TBA

Automotive Manufacturing Tech 3318 AUT 104 Blueprint Reading for Mfg 3 TBA TBA Online/Hybrid Course. 3 on site class meetings on May 29, June 26, and July 24 For course information contact kristi.bain@wallacestate.edu 3398 AUT 130 Fund of Ind Hyds & Pneumatics 3 12:00 pm-02:30 pm T 08:00 am-02:30 pm Th Hybrid Course. For course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu. 3400 AUT 138 Principles of Industrial Mechanics 3 12:00 pm-03:00 pm TTh Automotive Service Technology Day 3285 AUM 182 Special Topics: Auto Trans Diag Class meets June 27-August 1 3284 AUM 212 Advanced Electrical/Electronic Sys Class meets May 28-June 25 3283 AUM 230 Auto Transmission/Transaxle Laboratory/Shop Class meets July 16-July 31 3280 AUM 239 Engine Performance Laboratory/Shop Class meets May 28-June 11 3281 AUM 244 Engine Performance and Diag Laboratory/Shop Class meets June 12-June 26 3282 AUM 246 Automotive Emissions Laboratory/Shop Class meets June 27-July 15 Evening 3365 AUM 182 Special Topics: Auto Trans Diag 3363 AUM 220 Advanced Automotive Engines 3364 AUM 246 Automotive Emissions Biology Day 3184 BIO 103 3185 BIO 103 3186 BIO 103 3187 BIO 103 3557 BIO 103 3188 BIO 104 3189 BIO 104 3190 BIO 201 3191 BIO 201 3192 BIO 202

Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology II Principles of Biology II Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Physiology II

TBA Daniel, Ramon A. TBA Daniel, Ramon A. FPA 226 FPA 226

Scott, Adrian P. Scott, Adrian P.

FPA 216

Scott, Adrian P.

FPA 226

Scott, Adrian P.

TBA Scott, Adrian P.

DDT 203

Bain, Kristi W.

ILT 102 ILT 102

Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J.

ILT 103

Dudley, Gene P.

2

07:00 am-03:00 pm

TTh

AUM 0

Burgett, Stephen D.

3

07:00 am-03:00 pm

TTh

AUM 0

Burgett, Stephen D.

3

07:00 am-08:30 am 08:30 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh MTWTh

AUM 0 AUM 0

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

3

07:00 am-08:30 am 08:30 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh MTWTh

AUM 0 AUM 0

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

3

07:00 am-08:30 am 08:30 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh MTWTh

AUM 0 AUM 0

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

3

07:00 am-08:30 am 08:30 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh MTWTh

AUM 0 AUM 0

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

2 3 3

09:25 pm-10:10 pm 05:00 pm-07:10 pm 07:15 pm-09:20 pm

MTW MTW MTW

AUM 0 AUM 0 AUM 0

Carlisle, Terry W. Carlisle, Terry W. Carlisle, Terry W.

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

08:00 am-11:10 am 12:00 pm-03:10 pm 08:00 am-11:10 am 12:00 pm-03:10 pm 12:00 pm-03:10 pm 12:00 pm-03:40 pm 12:00 pm-03:40 pm 08:00 am-11:10 am 12:00 pm-03:10 pm 12:00 pm-03:10 pm

MW MW TTh TTh TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW

SCI 113 SCI 113 SCI 103 BIO 114 SCI 113 SCI 103 SCI 103 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 105

Briehn, Connie S. Briehn, Connie S. Glasscock, Melanie A. Cole, Jonathan Briehn, Connie S. Cole, Jonathan Glasscock, Melanie A. Rakestraw, Wesley P. Rakestraw, Wesley P. Halstead, Fred

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CRN 3193 3194 3194 3195 3195 3196 3196 Evening 3197 3198 3199 3200

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

BIO 202 BIO 220 BIO 220 BIO 220 BIO 220 BIO 220 BIO 220

Human Anatomy & Physiology II General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology General Microbiology

4 4 4 4 4 4 4

08:00 am-11:10 am 07:30 am-10:30 am 10:30 am-11:45 am 10:30 am-11:45 am 11:45 am-02:45 pm 08:00 am-09:15 am 09:15 am-12:15 pm

TTh TTh TTh TTh TTh MW MW

BIO 105 SCI 106 SCI 109 SCI 109 SCI 106 SCI 106 SCI 106

Halstead, Fred Quick, Shannon F. Quick, Shannon F. Quick, Shannon F. Quick, Shannon F. Williams, Beth L. Williams, Beth L.

BIO 103 BIO 103 BIO 201 BIO 202

Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Physiology II

4 4 4 4

05:00 pm-08:10 pm 05:00 pm-08:10 pm 05:00 pm-08:10 pm 05:00 pm-08:10 pm

TTh MW MW MW

SCI 103 BIO 114 BIO 104 BIO 105

Cole, Jonathan Williams, Beth L. Rakestraw, Wesley P. Halstead, Fred

Business Math 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Business Co-op I 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu Business Co-op II 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu Business Co-op III 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu Business Co-op IV 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu Business Co-op V 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu Principles of Accounting I 3 10:00 am-11:30 am W Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/29/13 10:00 am. Class meets every Wednesday. Principles of Accounting I 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Principles of Accounting II 3 TBA TBA Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Legal & Social Env of Business 3 TBA TBA Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Business Statistics I 3 TBA TBA Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Business Statistics II 3 TBA TBA Online Course; information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Principles of Management 3 08:00-09:55 am W Hybrid Course; Orientation Wednesday May 29th 8:00 am BUS 106 Alternating Business Co-op I 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu Alternating Business Co-op II 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu Alternating BUS Co-op III 1 TBA TBA For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu

TBA

Sides, Kathryn P.

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

BE 106

Manning, Marcella E.

TBA

Manning, Marcella E.

TBA

Manning, Marcella E.

TBA

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri

TBA

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri

TBA

Hicks, Hanna M.

BE 106

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

Principles of Accounting I 3 05:00 pm-8:00 pm Hybrid Course; Orientation June 3, 2013 5:00 pm in BUS 106. Business Law II 3 05:30 pm-09:15 pm Business Statistics I 3 05:00 pm-07:30 pm Hybrid Course; Orientation May 28th 5:00 pm in BUS 106. Business Internship I 3 05:00 pm -07:00 pm Hybrid Course: Orientation May 29th 5:00 pm

M

BE 106

Manning, Marcella E.

Th T

FPA 202 BE 106

Sapp, Robert A. McGriff-Waldrop, Terri

W

BE 106 BE 106

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri

MW TTh MW TTh

CHM 009 CHM 009 CHM 009 CHM 009

Meadows, Rosalyn R. Meadows, Rosalyn R. Meadows, Rosalyn R. Meadows, Rosalyn R.

Business Day 3073 BUS 150I 3520

BUS 193

3521

BUS 194

3522

BUS 195

3523

BUS 196

3524

BUS 197

3076

BUS 241

3075

BUS 241I

3077

BUS 242I

3078

BUS 263I

3079

BUS 271I

3074

BUS 272I

3591

BUS 275

3525

BUS 291

3526

BUS 292

3527

BUS 293

Evening 3577 BUS 241 3224 3574

BUS 262 BUS 271

3575

BUS 296

Chemistry Day 3201 CHM 104 3203 CHM 105 3204 CHM 111 3205 CHM 112

Intro to Inorganic Chemistry Intro to Organic Chemistry College Chemistry I College Chemistry II

4 4 4 4

12:00 pm-03:00 pm 12:00 pm-03:00 pm 08:00 am-11:00 am 08:00 am-11:00 am

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CRN

COURSE

Evening 3202 CHM 104 Child Development 3446 CHD 205 3447

CHD 206

3449

CHD 209

3450

CHD 210

COURSE NAME

CR

Intro to Inorganic Chemistry

4

TIME 03:15 pm-06:15 pm

3269

ABR 213

3270

ABR 258

3272

ABR 267

Computer Science Day 3457 CIS 146 3458

CIS 146

3459

CIS 146

3434

CIS 146I

3448

CIS 146I

3451

CIS 146I

3452

CIS 146I

3453

CIS 146I

3454

CIS 146I

3456

CIS 146I

3460

CIS 150

3100 3090

CIS 151 CIS 196E

3092

CIS 197E

TTh

Automotive Cutting & Welding Class meets June 27-July 15 Automotive Structural Analysis Class meets May 28-June 11 Heating & AC/Collision Repair Class meets June 12-June 26 Shop Management Class meets July 16-31

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

CHM 009

Meadows, Rosalyn R.

NB 200

Preuitt, Dee R.

NB 200

Preuitt, Dee R.

NB 200

Preuitt, Dee R.

NB 200

Preuitt, Dee R.

TTh M

TBH 506 TBH 506

Kilpatrick, Jaime R. Welch, Julia J.

TTh

TBH 506

Kilpatrick, Jaime R.

MW TTh

TBH 504 TBH 505

Kilpatrick, Jaime R. Welch, Julia J.

Prog Plan for Educatg Yng Chld 3 TBA TBA Independent Study-Orientation Thursday May 30 1-2:15 pm NB 200 Children's Health and Safety 3 TBA TBA Independent Study-Orientation Wednesday May 29 3:30-4:45 pm in NB 200 Infant/Toddler Education Prog 3 TBA TBA Independent Study-Orientation Wednesday May 29 1-2:15 in NB 200 Educating Exceptnal Children 3 TBA TBA Independent Study-Orientation Thursday May 30, 3:30-4:45pm in NB200

Clinical Laboratory Technician 3438 CLT 106 Laboratory Calculations & Stat 2 12:00 pm-01:30 pm 3435 CLT 111 Urinalysis & Body Fluids 4 09:00 am-12:00 pm Lab-Level 1: Tuesday & Thursday 8:15-11:15 am TBH 504 Lab-Level 3: Tuesday & Thursday 1:45-4:45 pm TBH 504 3440 CLT 142 CLT Microbiology II 4 09:00 am-11:15 am Lab-Level 3: Wednesday 9 am-12pm TBH 504 Lab-Level 4: Monday 9 am-12 noon TBH 504 3444 CLT 161 Integrated Lab Simulation 2 01:00 pm-04:00 pm 3445 CLT 293 CLT Clinical Seminar 2 12:00 pm-01:30 pm Collision Repair 3271 ABR 156

DAYS

3

07:00 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh

ABR 0

Grace, Timothy L.

3

07:00 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh

ABR 0

Grace, Timothy L.

3

07:00 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh

ABR 0

Grace, Timothy L.

3

07:00 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh

ABR 0

Grace, Timothy L.

CS 25

Aldridge, Penny

CS 25

Aldridge, Penny

CS 25

Aldridge, Penny

TBA

Grimmett, Cheril B.

TBA

Ayers, Terry A.

TBA

Farmer, Donna J.

TBA

Grimmett, Cheril B.

TBA

Ayers, Terry A.

TBA

Farmer, Donna J.

TBA

Farmer, Donna J.

CS 25

Ayers, Terry A.

TBA TBA

Scott, Adrian P. Smith, Susan B.

TBA

Smith, Susan B.

Microcomputer Applications 3 12:00 pm-01:55 pm M Hybrid format; Orientation June 3 12:00 pm Microcomputer Applications 3 10:00 am-11:55 am W Hybrid format; Orientation May 29 10:00 am Microcomputer Applications 3 10:00 am-11:55 am Th Hybrid format; Orientation May 30 10:00 am Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA Online; for login information go to www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience. Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA Online; for login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA Online; for login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA Online; for login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA Online; for login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA Online; for login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA Online; for login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Intro Computer Logic/Program 3 12:00 pm-01:55 pm M Hybrid format; Orientation June 3 12:00 pm Graphics for World Wide Web 3 12:00 pm-01:55 pm MW Com Soft App Spreadsheet - Excel 3 TBA TBA Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Adv Comm Software App - Excel 3 TBA TBA Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 14


CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3465

CIS 199

CS 009

Aldridge, Penny

3467

CIS 203I

TBA

Farmer, Donna J.

3471

CIS 207I

TBA

Ray, Sharon A.

3472

CIS 212

CS 10

Grimmett, Cheril B.

3483

CIS 222I

TBA

Grimmett, Cheril B.

3475

CIS 249I

TBA

Farmer, Donna J.

3484

CIS 252I

Network Communications 3 10:00 am-11:55 am T Hybrid format; Orientation June 28 for 10:00 am Intro to the Info Highway 3 TBA TBA Online: For login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Intro to Web Development 3 TBA TBA Online: For login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Visual Basic Programming 3 12:00 pm-01:55 pm W Hybrid format; Orientation January 7, 12:00 pm – 8:15 pm Database Management 3 TBA TBA Online; For login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Microcomputer Operating System 3 TBA TBA Online: For login information go to: www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience Advanced C++ 3 TBA TBA Online; For login information go to www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience

TBA

Ayers, Terry A.

Microcomputer Applications 3 05:00 pm-08:45 pm Hybrid format Microcomputer Applications 3 05:00 pm-08:45 pm Hybrid format Com Soft App - Windows 3 04:30 pm-07:30 pm Hybrid course: Orientation May 28, 4:30 pm – 8:15 pm

M

TBA

Staff

T

CS 025

Staff

T

CS 21

Sides, Kathryn P.

10:51 am-01:30 pm 07:30 am-10:48 am 07:30 am-09:40 am 09:41 am-10:50 am 09:41 am-02:03 pm 10:51 am-12:30 pm 07:30 am-11:30 am 12:31 pm-01:40 pm 12:00 pm-04:30 pm 07:30 am-04:30 pm 01:31 pm-02:40 pm

T Th TTh T Th T W T W M T

MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0

Moon, Randy R. McMinn, Gary J. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R.

Evening 3486 CIS 146 3488

CIS 146

3084

CIS 196W

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

Computerized Numerical Control Day 3415 CNC 139 Basic CNC 3416 CNC 143 Applied Trig for CNC Machining 3417 CNC 154 Metallurgy 3418 CNC 157 Toolmakers Technology

3 3 3 3

3419

CNC 160

Die Construction & Tryout

3

3420

CNC 161

Die Maintenance & Repair

3

3421

CNC 234

Precision Machining Practices

5

Evening 3366 CNC 214 3367 CNC 222

Electrical Discharge Mach Prog CNC Graphics: Turning

3 3

05:00 pm-07:10 pm 07:15 pm-09:30 pm

MTW MTW

MTT 0 MTT 0

Kilpatrick, Jeff S. Kilpatrick, Jeff S.

Cosmetology Day 3286 COS 111 3287 COS 112 3291 COS 119 3292 COS 123 3289 COS 125 3288 COS 133

Introduction to Cosmetology Cosmetology Science & Art Lab Business of Cosmetology Cosmetology Salon Practices Career & Personal Development Salon Management Technology

3 3 3 3 3 3

3293 3290

COS 158 COS 168

Employability Skills Bacteriology and Sanitation

3 3

08:00 am-09:50 am 08:00 am-04:45 pm 08:00 am-09:50 am 08:00 am-02:40 pm 09:55 am-12:05 pm 12:10 pm-02:40 pm 02:45 pm-04:45 pm 09:55 am-12:05 pm 12:10 pm-02:40 pm

MT WTh MT WTh MT MT WTh MT MT

COS 0 COS 0 COS 0 COS 0 COS 0 COS 0 COS 0 COS 0 COS 0

Flanigan, Sabrina C. Flanigan, Sabrina C. Smith, Tracy W. Smith, Tracy W. Flanigan, Sabrina C. Smith, Tracy W. Smith, Tracy W. Smith, Tracy W. Flanigan, Sabrina C.

Evening 3369 3370 3371 3373 3372 3368 3374

COS 113 COS 114 COS 123 COS 133 COS 141 COS 143 COS 119

Theory of Chemical Services 3 06:45 pm-07:45 pm MTW COS 0 Chemical Services Lab 3 07:50 pm-09:50 pm MTW COS 0 Cosmetology Salon Practices 3 04:30 pm-06:40 pm MTW COS 0 Salon Management Technology 3 07:50 pm-09:50 pm MTW COS 0 Applied Chemistry for Cosmetology 3 06:45 pm-07:45 pm MTW COS 0 Specialty Hair Prep Techniques 3 04:30 pm-06:40 pm MTW COS 0 Business of Cosmetology 3 05:30 pm-08:50 pm Th COS 0 Hybrid Course. For course information please contact hollie.smith@wallacestate.edu.

Smith, Hollie N. Herron, Timothy Herron, Timothy Smith, Hollie N. Herron, Timothy Smith, Hollie N. Smith, Hollie N.

Constitutional Law Fingerprint Science

Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D.

Criminal Justice Day 3209 CRJ 147 3210 CRJ 226

3 08:00 am-09:55 am MW 3 08:00 am-11:55 am T Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 15

GS 007 GS 007


CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3211 3212 Evening 3213 3214 3215 3216

CRJ 227 CRJ 238

Homicide Investigation Crime Scene Investigation

3 3

10:00 am-11:55 am 08:00 am-11:55 am

MW Th

GS 007 GS 007

Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D.

CRJ 147 CRJ 226 CRJ 227 CRJ 238

Constitutional Law Fingerprint Science Homicide Investigation Crime Scene Investigation

3 3 3 3

05:30 pm-09:15 pm 05:30 pm-09:15 pm 05:30 pm-09:15 pm 05:30 pm-09:15 pm

M T W Th

GS 007 GS 007 GS 007 GS 007

Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D. Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D.

Culinary Arts/Chef Training 3382 CUA 101 Orientation to Hospitality Pro

3

3385 3383

CUA 110 CUA 111

Basic Food Preparation Foundations in Nutrition

3 3

3386 3387 3388 3384

CUA 150 CUA 173 CUA 173 CUA 213

Basic Culinary Lab I Culinary Arts Apprenticeship Culinary Arts Apprenticeship Food Purchasing-Cost Control

2 3 3 3

08:00 am-10:50 am 11:00 am-01:50 pm 09:00 am-10:20 am 08:00 am-10:50 am 11:00 am-01:50 pm 10:30 am-01:20 pm TBA TBA 08:00 am-10:50 am 11:00 am-01:50 pm

M M TBA T T TBA TBA TBA W W

CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0 CUA 0

Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher Villa, Christopher

Dental Office Administration 4 08:00 am-11:00 am M Hybrid Course: For course information contact susan.brewer@wallacestate.edu Clinical Practice II 4 TBA TBA Directed Studies in DNT 3 12:00 pm-03:00 pm M Hybrid Course: For course information contact teresa.connell@wallacestate.edu

HS 207

Brewer, Ramonica S.

TBA HS 207

Coy, Kathryn S. Ray-Connell, Teresa E.

Nutrition for DHY 2 08:00am-11:00am M Hybrid Course; for course information, contact sharon.alley@wallacestate.edu Clinical Dental Hygiene II 3 08:00 am-05:00 pm T, W Dental Hygiene Theory III 2 12:00pm-03:00pm M Hybrid Course; for course information, contact barbara.ebert@wallacestate.edu

HS 208

Alley, Sharon P.

HS 112 HS 208

Ray-Connell, Teresa E. Ebert, Barbara A.

TBA TBH 205 TBH 205

Patterson, Courtney L. Malone, James S. Patterson, Courtney L.

TBH 303

Money, Janet E.

TBH 303

Money, Janet E.

TBH 303

Attaway, Donna B.

TBA TBA TBH 303

Attaway, Donna B. Money, Janet E. Money, Janet E.

Dental Assisting 3455 DNT 114 3461 3462

DNT 122 DNT 141

Dental Hygiene 3592 DHY 130 3593 3603

DHY 132 DHY 134

Diagnostic Imaging 3489 RAD 134 3491 RAD 135 3492 RAD 136

CR

Clinical Education III Exposure Principles Radiation Protection & Biology

5 3 2

TIME

TBA 08:00 am-09:30 am 09:45 am-11:45 am

DAYS

TBA TTh TTh

Diagnostic Medical Sonography 3470 DMS 215 Intro to Acoustic Physics 2 TBA TBA Hybrid Course: For course details contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu Class meets July 18, 22, 23, 25, 29 8 am-3 pm 3463 DMS 221 Obstetrical Sonography II 3 08:00 am-11:45 am W Hybrid Course: For course information contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu 3464 DMS 225 Superficial Sonography 1 12:15 pm-01:30 pm W Hybrid Course: For course information contact donna.attaway@wallacestate.edu 3468 DMS 231 Sonography Preceptorship II 4 TBA M T TH F 3469 DMS 231 Sonography Preceptorship II 4 TBA M T TH F 3466 DMS 240 Sonography Seminar I 2 01:45 pm-04:15 pm W Hybrid Course: For course information contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu Diesel Mechanics 3279 DEM 118 3278

DEM 125

3276

DEM 137

3274

DEM 154

3275

DEM 154

Industrial & Agricultural Equipment 3 Class meets July 16-August 5 Heavy Vehicle Drive Trains 3 Class meets June 24-July 15 Heat and A/C Refrigeration Systems 3 Class meets June 24-July 15 Vehicle Main/Safe Oper Practices 3 Class meets June 4-June 20 Vehicle Main/Safe Oper Practices 3 Class meets June 4-June 20

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

09:00 am-03:40 pm

MTWTh

DEM 0

Smith, Jeremy W.

09:00 am-03:15 pm

MTWTh

DEM 0

Smith, Jeremy W.

07:30 am-01:35 pm

MTWTh

DEM 0

Smith, Jeremy W.

07:30 am-02:15 pm

MTWTh

DEM 0

Smith, Jeremy W.

09:00 am-03:45 pm

MTWTh

DEM 0

Smith, Jeremy W.

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CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3273

DEM 156

3277

DEM 181

CDL License Test Prep Class meets May 28-June 3 Special Topics in Electrical Class meets July 16-August 5

Drafting Day 3323 DDT 104 3316 DDT 115

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

3

07:00 am-05:30 pm

MTWTh

DEM 0

Smith, Jeremy W.

3

07:30 am-02:45 pm

MTWTh

DEM 0

Smith, Jeremy W.

DDT 203 DDT 204

Bain, Kristi W. Hardman, Todd A.

3317

DDT 116

3320 3319 3322 3324 3321 Evening 3375 3376

DDT 118 DDT 211 DDT 213 DDT 222 DDT 236

Basic Computer Aided Drafting 3 08:00 am-11:15 am MW Blueprint Reading Machinists 3 TBA TBA Online/Hybrid Course. 3 on site course meetings on May 29, June 26, and July 24 For course information contact todd.hardman@wallacestate.edu Blueprint Reading Construction 3 TBA TBA Online/Hybrid Course. 3 on site course meetings on May 29, June 26, and July 24 For course information contact kristi.bain@wallacestate.edu Basic Electrical Drafting 3 11:45 am-03:00 pm MW Intermediate Machine Drafting 3 08:00 am-11:15 am MW Civil Drafting Plat Maps 3 08:00 am-11:15 am TTh Adv Architectural Drafting 3 11:45 am-03:00 pm MW Design Project 3 11:45 am-03:00 pm TTh

DDT 213 DDT 214

Civil Drafting Plat Maps Pipe Drafting

Economics Day 3071 ECO 231 3072

ECO 231I

3070

ECO 232I

Evening 3081 ECO 232

INSTRUCTOR

3 3

05:30 pm-07:40 pm 07:45 pm-09:45 pm

MTW MTW

DDT 203

Bain, Kristi W.

DDT 204 DDT 204 DDT 204 DDT 203 DDT 204

Hardman, Todd A. Hardman, Todd A. Hardman, Todd A. Bain, Kristi W. Hardman, Todd A.

DDT 0 DDT 0

TBA TBA

Principles of Macroeconomics 3 01:00 pm-02:45 pm W BE 109 Crow, Glynice H. Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/29/13 1:00 pm Class meets every Wednesday. Principles of Macroeconomics 3 TBA TBA TBA Crow, Glynice H. Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business. Testing for this online course will require a webcam or that tests be taken on campus in a proctored location. For more information about online testing, visit elearning.wallacestate.edu/testing. Principles of Microeconomics 3 TBA TBA TBA Crow, Glynice H. Online Course; course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business. Testing for this online course will require a webcam or that tests be taken on campus in a proctored location. For more information about online testing, visit elearning.wallacestate.edu/testing. Principles of Microeconomics 3 05:00 pm-07:30 pm Th BE 109 Hybrid Course; Orientation 5-30-13 5:00 PM. Class meets every Thursday evening 5:00 - 6:30 pm lecture 6:30 - 7:30 pm lab time.

Crow, Glynice H.

Emergency Medical Services 3573 EMS 100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00 am-04:00 pm TBH 615 Altman, Andrea L. Hybrid Course meets Friday May 31 only. Please check Blackboard for required first submission prior to May 31, 2013 3576 EMS 100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00 am-04:00 pm F TBH 615 Altman, Andrea L. Hybrid Course meets Friday June 7, only. Please check Blackboard for required first submission prior to May 31, 2013 3578 EMS 100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00 am-04:00 pm F TBH 615 Altman, Andrea L. Hybrid Course meets Friday June 21, only. Please check Blackboard for required first submission prior to May 31, 2013. 3579 EMS 100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00 am-04:00 pm F TBH 615 Altman, Andrea L. Hybrid Course meets Friday June 28, only. Please check Blackboard for required first submission prior to May 31, 2013 3580 EMS 100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00 am-04:00 pm F TBH 615 Altman, Andrea L. Hybrid Course meets Friday July 12, only. Please check Blackboard for required first submission prior to May 31, 2013 3581 EMS 100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00 am-04:00 pm F TBH 615 Altman, Andrea L. Hybrid Course meets Friday July 19, only. Please check Blackboard for required first submission prior to May 31, 2013 3586 EMS 240 Paramedic Operations 2 09:00 am-10:15 am TBA TBA 3587 EMS 241 Paramedic Cardiology 3 10:30 am-12:00 pm TBA TBH 615 Hempfling, Jennifer W. 3588 EMS 242 Paramedic Patient Assessment 3 01:00 pm-03:00 pm TBA TBH 615 Staff Hybrid Course: B Shift 3589 EMS 243 Paramedic Pharmacology 1 03:15pm-04:30pm TBA TBH 605 Hempfling, Jennifer W. 3590 EMS 244 Paramedic Clinical 1 TBA TBA 3582 EMS 253 Paramedic Transition to Workforce 2 01:00 pm-03:00 pm TBA TBH 606 Staff Hybrid Course; A Shift 3583 EMS 254 Adv Competencies for Paramedics 2 TBA TBA TBH 606 Hempfling, Jennifer W. 3584 EMS 255 Paramedic Field Preceptorship 5 TBA TBA TBA Staff Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 17


CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

CR

3585

EMS 256

Paramedic Team Leadership

Engineering (Univ Transfer) 3377 EGR 125 Modern Graphics for Engineers

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

1

09:00am 12:00 pm

TBA

TBA

Hempfling, Jennifer W.

3

05:30 pm-07:30 pm

M

DDT 0

TBA

English Day 3001 3002 3003 3004

ENG 101 ENG 101 ENG 101 ENG 101I

3005

ENG 101I

3006 3007

ENG 102 ENG 102

3008

ENG 102I

3009

ENG 251

3010

ENG 251I

3011

ENG 251I

3012

ENG 252I

3013

ENG 252I

3014

ENG 261I

3015

ENG 262I

3016

ENG 271I

3017

ENG 271I

3018

ENG 272I

3529 3543 3530 3544 Evening 3027 3028 3029

ENG 92 ENG 92 ENG 93 ENG 93

English Composition I 3 08:00am-09:55am MW CS 1 Barnes, Mary P. English Composition I 3 10:00am-11:55am MW CS 3 Foshee, Layla K. English Composition I 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh CS 4 Buckelew, Kathy L. English Composition I 3 TBA TBA TBA Warren, Sally C. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English English Composition I 3 TBA TBA TBA Briscoe, Raymond M. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English English Composition II 3 10:00 am-11:55 am MW CS 4 Buckelew, Kathy L. English Composition II 3 08:00 am-09:55 am Th CS 1 Barnes, Mary P. Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/30/13 8:00 AM English Composition II 3 TBA TBA TBA Salerno, Michael Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English American Literature I 3 10:00 am-11:55 am MW CS 1 Speeker, Donna K. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English American Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Cynthia W. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English American Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Cynthia W. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English American Literature II 3 TBA TBA TBA Barnes, Mary P. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English American Literature II 3 TBA TBA TBA Allred, Judith K. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English English Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Buckelew, Kathy L. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English English Literature II 3 TBA TBA TBA Barnes, Mary P. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English World Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Buckelew, Kathy L. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English World Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Warren, Sally C. Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English World Literature II 3 TBA TBA TBA Salerno, Michael Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English Basic English I 3 08:00 am-11:55 am MW JBC 604 Mauldin, Christy S. Basic English I 3 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh JBC 604 Mauldin, Christy S. Basic English II 3 12:30 pm-04:25 pm TTh JBC 604 Mauldin, Christy S. Basic English II 3 12:30 pm-02:25 pm MW JBC 604 Mauldin, Christy S.

ENG 101 ENG 101 ENG 102

English Composition I English Composition I English Composition II

3 3 3

05:30 pm-09:15 pm 05:30 pm-09:15 pm 05:30 pm-09:15 pm

T W Th

CS 3 CS 3 CS 1

Salerno, Michael Salerno, Michael Harper, Kelly M.

Prof Pilot Airplane Lab I Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 2 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 3 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 4 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 5 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 6 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 7 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 8 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 1 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 2 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 3 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 4 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 5 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 6

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0

Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. White, David M.

Flight Technology 3326 FLT 112 3327 FLT 122 3328 FLT 124 3329 FLT 126 3330 FLT 132 3331 FLT 134 3332 FLT 136 3333 FLT 138 3346 FLT 200 3347 FLT 210 3348 FLT 211 3349 FLT 212 3350 FLT 213 3351 FLT 214

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CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3352 3353 3354 3355 3356 3357 3358 3359 3334 3335 3340 3336 3337 3338 3339 3341 3342 3343 3344 3345

FLT 215 FLT 216 FLT 217 FLT 218 FLT 219 FLT 220 FLT 221 FLT 222 FLT 240 FLT 242 FLT 244 FLT 252 FLT 254 FLT 256 FLT 258 FLT 261 FLT 262 FLT 264 FLT 281 FLT 282

Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 7 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 8 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 9 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 10 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 11 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 12 Profs Pilot Helicopter Lab 13 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 14 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 9 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 10 Instrument Flight Instructor Ground Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 11 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 12 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 13 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 14 Fund of Instruction Ground Instructor Methods of Oral Present Flight Instructor Ground Flight Instructor Initial Issuance Flight Instructor Additional Rating

Geography 3097 GEO 100I 3098

GEO 101I

Geology 3433 GLY 101I 3436

GLY 102I

Health Education Day 3601 HED 224I 3263 3264

HED 224 HED 224I

3265 3602

HED 231 HED 231I

3266

HED 231I

Evening 3267 HED 224 3268 HED 231

CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

TIME TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

DAYS TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

LOCATION APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0 APT 0

INSTRUCTOR Turley, Gregory D. White, David M. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Jones, Frederick W. Harper, Anthony R. Harper, Anthony R. Davis, Judson E. Harper, Anthony R. Harper, Anthony R. Harper, Anthony R. Harper, Anthony R. Davis, Judson E. Davis, Judson E. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Harper, Anthony R.

World Regional Geography 3 TBA TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact jarrod.shields@adjunct.wallacestate.edu Prin Physical Geography I 4 TBA TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact jarrod.shields@adjunct.wallacestate.edu

Shields, Jarrod E.

Introduction to Geology I 4 06:00 pm-09:15 pm MW Online Course; for course information contact randy.daniel@wallacestate.edu. Introduction to Geology II 4 06:00 pm-09:15 pm TTh Online Course; for course information contact randy.daniel@wallacestate.edu

SCI 212

Daniel, Randy W.

SCI 212

Daniel, Randy W.

TBA

Staff

WC 113 TBA

Bailey, Kenneth P. Staff

WC 113 TBA

Bailey, Kenneth P. Staff

TBA

Staff

WC 113 WC 113

Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P.

TBA

McKelvey, Carol D.

TBA

McKelvey, Carol D.

TBA

McKelvey, Carol D.

TBA

Stanley, Donna S.

TBA

Conn, Donna T.

TBA

Stanley, Donna S.

Personal & Community Health 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct Personal & Community Health 3 10:00 am-11:55 am MW Personal & Community Health 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct First Aid 3 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh First Aid 3 TBA TBA Online course: Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct First Aid 3 TBA TBA Online course: Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct Personal & Community Health First Aid

3 3

05:30 pm-08:00 pm 05:30 pm-08:00 pm

T W

Health Information Technology 3570 HIT 110I Medical Terminology 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 3571 HIT 110I Medical Terminology 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 3572 HIT 110I Medical Terminology 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 3565 HIT 231I Medical Coding Skills Laboratory 1 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu 3568 HIT 231I Medical Coding Skills Laboratory 1 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact donna.conn@wallacestate.edu 3564 HIT 232I Medical Coding Systems II 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu

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CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

CR

3566

HIT 232I

3567

HIT 286I

3569

HIT 286I

Medical Coding Systems II 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu Expanded Medical Coding 2 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu Expanded Medical Coding 2 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact donna.conn@wallacestate.edu

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Day 3297 ASC 121 Principles of Electricity for HVAC 3298 ASC 122 HVACR Electric Circuits 3299 ASC 123 HVACR Electrical Components 3300 ASC 127 HVACR Electric Motors 3301 ASC 182 Special Topics/AC/Refrigeration II Evening 3360 ASC 120 Fund of Electric Heat Systems 3362 ASC 183 Special Topics in AC/Refrigeration 3361 ASC 203 Commercial Refrigeration History Day 3117 HIS 101 3118 HIS 101I 3119 3120

HIS 102 HIS 102I

3121

HIS 121I

3122 3123 3124

HIS 201 HIS 201 HIS 201I

3125 3126

HIS 202 HIS 202I

3549 HIS 282 Evening 3127 HIS 101 3563 HIS 202

3487 3485

HUS 112 HUS 222

Humanities Day 3032 HUM 101 3033 HUM 101

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

TBA

Stanley, Donna S.

TBA

Stanley, Donna S.

TBA

Conn, Donna T.

3 3 3 3 3

08:00 am-10:30 am 11:00 am-02:00 pm 08:00 am-10:30 am 11:00 am-02:00 pm 02:05 pm-03:35 pm

MW MW TTh TTh MTWTh

ASC 0 ASC ASC ASC ASC

Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T.

3 1 3

05:05 pm-07:10 pm 04:30 pm-05:00 pm 07:15 pm-09:30 pm

MTW MTW MTW

ASC 0 ASC 0 ASC 0

Butts, Scott W. Butts, Scott W. Butts, Scott W.

History Western Civilization I 3 10:00 am-11:55 am MW CHM 2 Davis, Robert S. Western Civilization I 3 TBA TBA TBA Reeves, Rebecca L. Online Course; for course information contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu History Western Civilization II 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm MW CHM 2 Davis, Robert S. Western Civilization II 3 TBA TBA TBA Reeves, Rebecca L. Online Course; for course information contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu World History I 3 TBA TBA TBA Nail, Kaye C. Online Course; for course information contact kaye.nail@wallacestate.edu@adjunct.wallacestate.edu United States History I 3 08:00 am-09:55 am MW CHM TBA Reeves, Rebecca L. United States History I 3 10:00 am-11:55 am TTh CHM 2 Davis, Robert S. United States History I 3 TBA TBA TBA Courington, Leigh A. Online Course; for course information contact leighann.courington@wallacestate.edu United States History II 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm TTh CHM 2 Davis, Robert S. United States History II 3 TBA TBA TBA Courington, Leigh A. Online Course; for course information contact leighann.courington@wallacestate.edu Genealogy I 3 TBA TBA TBA Davis, Robert S. History Western Civilization I United States History II

Horticulture and Agriculture Production 3314 AGP 101 Orientation to Agri Occupation 3308 AGP 152 Agri Equipment Repair & Maint 3309 HOC 135 Ornamental Plant ID & Culture 3310 HOC 136 Residential Landscape Design 3315 HOC 140 Pest Management 3313 HOC 167 Golf Course Maintenance 3311 HOC 170 Hydroponics - Special Topics 3312 HOC 230 Vegetable & Orchard Crops Human Services 3482 HUS 104

TIME

3 3

06:00 pm-09:55 pm 06:00 pm-09:55 pm

T T

CHM 2 TBA

Hunter, Susan E. Kretzschmar, Paula K.

1 3 3 3 3 3 1 3

12:00 pm-03:00 pm 08:00 am-11:00 am 12:00 pm-03:00 pm 08:00 am-11:00 am 12:00 pm-03:00 pm 08:00 am-11:00 am 12:00 pm-03:00 pm 08:00 am-11:00 am

M W T T Th M W Th

AGP 0 AGP 0 AGP 0 AGP 0 AGP 0 AGP 0 AGP 0 AGP 0

Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony

TBH

Beck, Susan K.

TBH 604 TBH 604

Beck, Susan K. Beck, Susan K.

FPA 206 FPA 206

Sparks, Michael G. Sparks, Michael G.

Fundamental of Health Care 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm MW Hybrid Course: For course information contact susan.beck@wallacestate.edu Activity Therapy 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm TTh Group Counseling Techniques 3 10:00 am-11:55 am TTh

Intro to Humanities 3 10:00 am-11:55 am MW Intro to Humanities 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm T Hybrid Course; First course meeting and orientation 1:00 pm Thursday May 30

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CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3035

HUM 101I

3036

HUM 102I

3034

HUM 101I

Introduction to Humanities I 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Orientation at noon on Tuesday May 28th Introduction to Humanities II 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Orientation at noon on Tuesday May 28th Intro to Humanities 3 TBA TBA Mini Term II Online Course; Orientation at noon on Tuesday July 2, at 12:00 pm International Studies 3 TBA TBA For course information, contact kristen.holmes@wallacestate.edu.

HUM 120

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION TBA FPA 206 TBA FPA 206 TBA FPA 206 TBA

Industrial Electronics Tech 3401 ILT 100 Applied Electronic Computation 3 08:00 am-08:55 am MW ILT 103 Mini Term 1. Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3402 ILT 100 Applied Electronic Computation 3 08:00 am-11:00 am T ILT 103 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3403 ILT 106 Concepts of Direct Current 5 09:00 am-02:45 pm MW ILT 103 11:00 am-02:45 pm T ILT 103 Mini Term 1. Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3404 ILT 107 Concepts of Alternating Current 5 09:00 am-02:45 pm MW ILT 103 11:00 am-02:45 pm T ILT 103 Mini Term 2. Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3405 ILT 112 Concepts of Digital Electronics 5 08:00 am-11:30 am MW ILT 101 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3406 ILT 135 Local Area Networks (Lans) 3 08:00 am-11:00 am TTh ILT 101 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3412 ILT 164 Circuit Fabrication I 1 08:00 am-08:55 am MTW ILT 103 Mini Term 2 3413 ILT 164 Circuit Fabrication I 1 11:00 am-02:00 pm T ILT 103 3408 ILT 169 Hydraulics/Pneumatics 3 12:00 pm-02:30 pm T ILT 102 08:00 am-02:30 pm Th ILT 102 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3414 ILT 181 ST Microprocessors 3 12:00 pm-01:25 pm MW ILT 101 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3407 ILT 195 Troubleshooting Techniques I 3 01:30 pm-03:00 pm MW ILT 102 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3410 ILT 203 Biomedical Electronics I 3 07:00 am-07:55 am MTW ILT 102 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3411 ILT 293 Cooperative Education 3 02:50 pm-03:50 pm MW ILT 102 Hybrid class; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu Machine Tool Technology Day 3429 MTT 107 Machining Calculations I 3430 MTT 121 Basic Print Reading/Machinists 3422 MTT 127 Metrology

3 3 3

3425 3423

MTT 128 MTT 134

Geometric Dimensioning & Tolera Lathe Operations I

3 3

3424 3427

MTT 135 MTT 137

Lathe Operations I Lab Milling I

3 3

3428 3431

MTT 138 MTT 147

Milling I Lab Introduction Machine Shop I

3 3

3432 3426

MTT 148 MTT 171

Intro to Machine Shop I Lab Intermediate Blueprint Reading

Evening 3378 MTT 130 3379 MTT 281

Machine Calculations II Special Topics in MTT

Mathematics Day 3531 MTH 90

Basic Mathematics

INSTRUCTOR Sparks, Michael G. Sparks, Michael G. Sparks, Michael G. Holmes, Kristen

Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J. Dudley, Gene P. Dudley, Gene P. Hendrix, William J. Dudley, Gene P. Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J. Dudley, Gene P. Dudley, Gene P. Dudley, Gene P. Hendrix, William J.

4 3

07:30 am-10:50 am 10:51 am-02:39 pm 07:30 am-09:40 am 09:41 am-11:55 am 07:30 am-10:50 am 09:45 am-12:29 pm 09:41 am-11:55 am 07:30 am-02:40 pm 01:31 pm-03:50 pm 01:31 pm-03:50 pm 07:30 am-02:40 pm 07:30 am-09:40 am 02:40 pm-04:30 pm 07:30 am-02:40 pm 12:30 pm-03:50 pm

W W M T T M T Th M T Th T W Th M

MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0 MTT 0

McMinn, Gary J. Moon, Randy R. McMinn, Gary J. McMinn, Gary J. Moon, Randy R. Minyard, Jonathan W. McMinn, Gary J. McMinn, Gary J. Minyard, Jonathan W. McMinn, Gary J. Minyard, Jonathan W. McMinn, Gary J. Moon, Randy R. McMinn, Gary J. McMinn, Gary J.

3 3

05:00 pm-07:10 pm 07:15 pm-09:30 pm

MTW MTW

MTT 0 MTT 0

Briscoe, John H. Briscoe, John H.

JBC 603

Mallard, Cynthia B.

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CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3545 3555

MTH 90 MTH 90

3043 3044 3045 3046

MTH 98 MTH 98 MTH 98 MTH 98

3047

MTH 098I

3048

MTH 098I

3049 3050 3051 3052

MTH 100 MTH 100 MTH 100 MTH 100

3054

MTH 100I

3055

MTH 100I

3056

MTH 110I

3057 3058 3059

MTH 112 MTH 112 MTH 112I

3060

MTH 112I

3061 3062 3063

MTH 113 MTH 116 MTH 116

3066 3068

MTH 125 MTH 237I

Basic Mathematics 3 10:00 am-11:55 am MW Basic Mathematics 3 TBA TBA Computer based course; check blackboard for course information Elementary Algebra 3 08:00 am-09:55 am MW Elementary Algebra 3 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh Elementary Algebra 3 10:00 am-11:55 am TTh Elementary Algebra 3 10:00 am-11:55 am M Hybrid/Web Assisted course; Orientation6/3/13 10:00 am Elementary Algebra 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu Elementary Algebra 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact dana.adams@wallacestate.edu Intermediate College Algebra 3 08:00 am-09:55 am MW Intermediate College Algebra 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm MW Intermediate College Algebra 3 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh Intermediate College Algebra 3 10:00 am-11:55 am T Hybrid/Web Assisted course; Orientation 5/28/13 10:00 AM Intermediate College Algebra 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu Intermediate College Algebra 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact krystal.beasley@wallacestate.edu Finite Mathematics 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact lance.boyd@wallacestate.edu Precalculus Algebra 3 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh Precalculus Algebra 3 10:00 am-11:55 am MW Precalculus Algebra 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact brandon.smith@wallacestate.edu Precalculus Algebra 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact brandon.smith@wallacestate.edu Precalculus Trigonometry 3 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh Mathematical Applications 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm MW Mathematical Applications 3 01:00 pm-02:55 pm T Hybrid/Web Assisted course; Orientation 5/28/13 1:00 pm Calculus I 4 10:00 am-12:40 pm MW Linear Algebra 3 TBA TBA Online Course; for course information contact stacey.moore@wallacestate.edu

Evening 3053 3064 3065 3067 3069

MTH 100 MTH 116 MTH 120 MTH 126 MTH 238

Medical Assistant 3597 MAT 200 3596

MAT 211

Music Day 3145 3146

MUS 101 MUS 101I

3147

MUS 101I

3148

MUS 101I

3150 MUS 115 Evening 3149 MUS 101 Music Ensemble 3151 MUL 101

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

JBC 603 TBA

Mallard, Cynthia B. Mallard, Cynthia B.

HGA 12 HGA 12 HGA 26 HGA 12

Sivley, Stacey M. Sivley, Stacey M. Gurley, Jennie S. Beasley, Krystal

TBA

Quick, Renee M.

TBA

Adams, Dana D.

HGA 24 HGA 10 HGA 26 HGA 19

Boyd, Jimmy B. Beasley, Krystal Gurley, Jennie S. Quick, Renee M.

TBA

Quick, Renee M.

TBA

Beasley, Krystal

TBA

Boyd, Jimmy L.

HGA 24 HGA 19 TBA

Boyd, Jimmy L Quick, Renee M. Smith, Brandon E.

TBA

Smith, Brandon E.

HGA 10 HGA 24 HGA 19

Beasley, Krystal Boyd, Jimmy L. Sivley, Stacey M.

HGA 10 TBA

Smith, Brandon E. Sivley, Stacey M.

HGA 10 HGA 12 HGA 24 HGA 12 HGA 10

Willoughby, Tim C. Sivley, Stacey M. Boyd Jimmy B. Adams, Dana D. Smith, Brandon E.

Mgmt of Office Emergencies 2 01:00pm-04:00pm M Online Course; for course information contact connie.allen@wallacestate.edu Clin Proc II for Med Assist 3 12:00 pm-03:00 pm M Lab

TBA

Allen, Connie C.

TBH116

Allen, Connie C.

Music Appreciation 3 08:00 am-09:55 am MW Music Appreciation 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact www.wallacestate.edu/music Music Appreciation 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact www.wallacestate.edu/music Music Appreciation 3 TBA TBA Online course: for course information, contact www.wallacestate.edu/music Fundamentals of Music 3 08:00 am-09:55 am Th

FPA 201 FPA 201

Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L.

FPA 201

Burks, Ricky L.

FPA 201

Ownby, Terry

TBA

Ownby, Terry

Music Appreciation

FPA 201

Ownby, Terry

FPA 207

Chalkley, Debora A.

Intermediate College Algebra Mathematical Applications Calculus and Its Applications Calculus II Applied Differential Equa I

Class Piano I

3 3 3 4 3

3

05:30 pm-09:25 pm 05:30 pm-09:25 pm 05:30 pm-09:25 pm 05:30 pm-08:10 pm 05:30 pm-09:25 pm

05:30 pm-09:15 pm

M T M MW W

M

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CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3153 3171 3173 3152 3154 3172 3174

MUL 161 MUL 170 MUL 171 MUL 201 MUL 261 MUL 270 MUL 271

Class Fretted Instruments I Music Workshop I Music Workshop II Class Piano III Class Fretted Instrument III Music Workshop III Music Workshop IV

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

FPA 124 FPA 111 FPA 115 FPA 207 FPA 124 FPA 111 FPA 115

Neal, Mark A. Burks, Ricky L. Richter, Tiffany S. Chalkley, Debora A. Neal, Mark A. Burks, Ricky L. Richter, Tiffany S.

Private Piano I Private Organ I Double Bass ITBA Private Guitar I Private Flute I Private Clarinet I Private Saxophone I Private Oboe I Private Trumpet I Private French Horn I Private Trombone I Private Euphonium I Private Tuba I Private Percussion I Private Piano III Private Guitar III Private Flute III Private Clarinet III Private Saxophone III Private Trumpet III Private French Horn III Private Trombone III Private Euphonium III Private Tuba III Private Percussion III

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

FPA 119 FPA 118 TBA FPA 125 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 125 FPA 119 FPA 125 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107

Chalkley, Debora A. Sparks, Michael G. Neal, Mark A Neal, Mark A. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Neal, Mark A. Chalkley, Debora A. Neal, Mark A. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Ownby, Terry Neal, Mark A.

NB 106

Carroll, Mildred J.

NB 106

Carroll, Mildred J.

NB 210 NB 210 NB 210 NB 106 NB 211

Horton, Jacqueline A. Walton, Karen E. Chapman, Laura Pruitt, Brenda V. Mobley, Kyla S.

NB 209 LIB 100

Roper, Martha K. Lee, Donna M.

NB 209 NB 209

Chapman, Laura Chapman, Laura

TBH 508 TBA Staff TBH 508

Staff

TBH 508

Hyatt, Brenda G.

TBH 508

Staff

TBA

Hyatt, Brenda G.

Music Performance 3175 MUP 101 3176 MUP 103 3177 MUP 127 3178 MUP 133 3179 MUP 141 3180 MUP 143 3162 MUP 145 3163 MUP 151 3164 MUP 161 3165 MUP 163 3166 MUP 171 3167 MUP 173 3161 MUP 175 3168 MUP 181 3169 MUP 201 3170 MUP 233 3137 MUP 241 3138 MUP 243 3139 MUP 245 3140 MUP 261 3141 MUP 263 3142 MUP 271 3143 MUP 273 3136 MUP 275 3144 MUP 281 Nursing 3506 NUR 105 3507

NUR 105

3533 3534 3535 3536 3537

NUR 107 NUR 108 NUR 109 NUR 201 NUR 201

3538 3539

NUR 203 NUR 203

3540 3541

NUR 204 NUR 204

CR

TIME

DAYS

Adult Nursing 8 08:00 am-12:00 pm TTh Lab Tuesday & Thursday 1-4 pm NB 211 Adult Nursing 8 01:00 pm-05:00 pm TTh Lab Tuesday & Thursday 9 am-12 noon NB 211 Adult/Child Nursing 8 08:00 am-12:00 pm MW Psychosocial Nursing 3 01:00 pm-04:00 pm W Role Trans for The Practical N 3 01:00 pm-05:00 pm M Nursing Through The Lifespan I 5 01:00 pm-04:00 pm MW Nursing Through The Lifespan I 5 01:00 pm-03:00 pm M Hybrid Course: For course information contact shea.mobley@wallacestate.edu Nursing Through The Lifespan III 6 08:00 am-04:00 pm M Nursing Through The Lifespan III 6 08:00 am-10:00 am W Hybrid Course: For course information contact donna.lee@wallacestate.edu Role Transition for Reg Nurse 4 01:00 pm-04:00 pm W Role Transition for Reg Nurse 4 06:00 pm-08:00 pm W Hybrid Course: For course information contact laura.chapman@wallacestate.edu

Occupational Therapy Assistant 3473 OTA 223 Prof Skills Development 3 08:00 am-10:30 am MW 3476 OTA 224I Service Operations Management 2 TBA TBA 3477 OTA 245 Splinting 2 10:35 am-02:05 pm MW Hybrid Course: For course information contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 3478 OTA 245 Splinting 2 10:00 am-01:30 pm TTh Hybrid Course: For course information contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 3479 OTA 245 Splinting 2 07:15 am-01:45 pm F Hybrid Course: For course information contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 3481 OTA 253 Level II Fieldwork-B 3 TBA TBA Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 23

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

Hyatt, Brenda G.


CRN

COURSE

COURSE NAME

3480

OTA 260

OTA Review Seminar Hybrid Course

CR 4

TIME 07:15 am-08:00 am

DAYS TTh

LOCATION TBH 508

INSTRUCTOR Staff

Office Administration Day 3082 OAD 101I Beginning Keyboarding 3 TBA TBA TBA Sides, Kathryn P. Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 3085 OAD 125I Word Processing-Microsoft Word 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 3086 OAD 126I Advanced Word 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 3087 OAD 136 Adv Financial Recordkeeping 3 08:00 am-09:55 am T CS 21 Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/28/13 8:00 am. Computer labs are available if needed. Contact instructor. 3089 OAD 243E Sp App--Microsoft App/Excel 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 3088 OAD 246I Office Graphics & Presentation 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 3091 OAD 247E Sp Top - Advanced Excel 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Evening 3094 OAD 101 Beginning Keyboarding 3 05:00 pm-08:00 pm M CS 21 Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid Course; Orientation 6/3/13 5:00 pm. Computer labs are available if needed. Contact instructor. 3095 OAD 103 Intermediate Keyboarding 3 05:00 pm-08:00 pm M CS 21 Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid Course; Orientation 6/3/13 5:00 pm. Computer labs are available if needed. Contact instructor. 3083 OAD 110 Computer Navigation 3 04:30 pm-07:30 pm T CS 21 Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/28/13 4:30 pm. Computer labs are available if needed. Contact instructor. Orientation 3558 ORI 101

3559

ORI 101

3560

ORI 101

3561

ORI 101I

3562

ORI 101I

3548 3552

ORI 103 ORI 103

3553

ORI 103

3554

ORI 103

Orientation to College 1 08:00 am-04:00 pm TBA HGA 10 For students with a major of General Studies/Undecided/all other Academic majors. Meet Thursday, May 23, only 8-4 P.M. Orientation to College 1 08:00 am-04:00 pm TBA HGA 12 For students with any major in Pre-Heath. Meet Thursday, May 23, only 8-4 P.M. Orientation to College 1 08:00 am-04:00 pm TBA HGA 24 For Pre-Nursing students. Meet Thursday, May 23, only 8-4 P.M. Orientation to College 1 TBA TBA TBA Mini Term I Online Class; for more information please contact Jennifer.mcrea@wallacestate.edu. Orientation to College 1 TBA TBA TBA Mini Term II Online Class; for more information please contact Jennifer.mcrea@wallacestate.edu. Orientation (Master Student) 2 10:00 am-11:05 am TTh JBC 605 Orientation (Master Student) 2 TBA TBA JBC 603 Class will meet May 24th 8:00 am – 3:00 pm & May 25th 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Orientation (Master Student) 2 TBA TBA JBC 604 Class will meet May 24th 8:00 am – 3:00 pm & May 25th 8:00 am – 12:00 pm Orientation (Master Student) 2 TBA TBA JBC 610 Class will meet May 24th 8:00 am – 3:00 pm & May 25th 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Paralegal/Legal Assistant Day 3218 PRL 160 Criminal Law and Procedure 3217 PRL 265 Constitutional Law 3219 PRL 291 Internship in Paralegalism Evening 3222 PRL 230 Domestic Relations Law 3221 PRL 240 Wills, Estates and Trusts; Philosophy 3037 PHL 106 3038 PHL 106I 3039 3040

PHL 206 PHL 206I

Whitt, Tracy D.

Gattis, Tammi W. McRea, Jennifer A. McRea, Jennifer A. McRea, Jennifer A. Powell, Kelly M. Bentley, Carrie L. Bentley, Carrie L. Bentley, Carrie L.

3 3 3

12:00 pm-01:55 pm 10:00 am-11:55 am TBA

MW MW TBA

FPA 202 FPA 202 TBA

Brooks, June L. Brooks, June L. Brooks, June L.

3 3

05:30 pm-09:15 pm 05:30 pm-09:15 pm

T M

FPA 202 FPA 202

Brooks, June L. Sapp, Robert A.

TTh TBA

FPA 206 TBA

Walton, Robert L. Walton, Robert L.

TTh TBA

FPA 206 TBA

Walton, Robert L. Walton, Robert L.

Introduction to Philosophy 3 08:00 am-09:55 am Introduction to Philosophy 3 TBA Online Course; Orientation at noon on Tuesday May 28th FPA 206 Ethics and Society 3 10:00 am-11:55 am Ethics and Society 3 TBA Online Course; Orientation at noon on Tuesday May 28th FPA 206

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COURSE

COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION

INSTRUCTOR

Physical Education Day 3225 PED 100 3226 PED 101 3227 PED 103 3228 PED 103 3229 PED 103 3230 PED 103 3231 PED 103 3232 PED 103 3233 PED 103 3234 PED 103 3235 PED 103 3236 PED 103 3237 PED 103 3238 PED 103 3240 PED 104 3241 PED 104 3242 PED 104 3243 PED 104 3244 PED 104 3245 PED 104 3246 PED 104 3247 PED 104 3248 PED 104 3249 PED 104 3250 PED 104 3251 PED 104 3254 PED 109 3257 PED 200 Evening 3239 PED 103 3258 PED 103 3253 PED 104 3259 PED 104 3255 PED 118 3260 PED 118 3256 PED 119 3261 PED 119 3262 PED 240

Fundamentals of Fitness Slimnastics (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Jogging Foundations Physical Education

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

11:00 am-12:15 pm 08:00 am-09:15 am 08:00 am-09:15 am 09:00 am-10:45 am 10:00 am-11:15 am 11:00 am-12:15 pm 01:00 pm-02:15 pm 02:00 pm-03:15 pm 08:00 am-09:15 am 09:00 am-10:15 am 10:00 am-11:15 am 11:00 am-12:15 pm 01:00 pm-02:15 pm 02:00 pm-03:15 pm 08:00 am-09:15 am 09:00 am-10:15 am 10:00 am-11:15 am 11:00 am-12:15 pm 01:00 pm-02:15 pm 02:00 pm-03:15 pm 08:00 am-09:15 am 09:00 am-10:15 am 10:00 am-11:15 am 11:00 am-12:15 pm 01:00 pm-02:15 pm 02:00 pm-03:15 pm TBA 08:00 am-09:55 am

TTh MW MW MW MW MW MW MW TTh TTh TTh TTh TTh TTh MW MW MW MW MW MW TTh TTh TTh TTh TTh TTh TBA MW

WC 112 WC 104 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 TBA WC 112 WC WC 112

Bailey, Kenneth P. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P.

Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) General Conditioning (Begin) General Conditioning (Begin) General Conditioning (Inter) General Conditioning (Inter) Sport & Rec Scuba diving

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

03:00 pm-04:15 pm 04:00 pm-05:15 pm 03:00 pm-04:15 pm 04:00 pm-05:15 pm 03:30 pm-04:45 pm 04:15 pm-05:30 pm 03:30 pm-04:45 pm 04:15 pm-05:30 pm 05:30 pm-08:00 pm

TTh MW TTh MW MW TTh MW TTh Th

WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 101

Bailey, Kenneth P. Newman, Cynthia M. Bailey, Kenneth P. Newman, Cynthia M. Newman, Cynthia M. Bailey, Kenneth P. Newman, Cynthia M. Bailey, Kenneth P. Hutchens, Richard P.

Physical Science 3437 PHS 111

Physical Science

2

09:30 am-12:45 pm

TTh

SCI 212

O'Leary, Christine

Physical Therapist Assistant 3494 PTA 120 Introduction to Kinesiology 3 01:00 pm-02:30 pm TTh TBH 314 Hybrid Course-visit http://pta120.posterous.com for more information 3496 PTA 120 Introduction to Kinesiology 3 08:00 am-11:00 am TTh TBH 314 Visit http://pta120.posterous.com for more information 3497 PTA 201 PTA Seminar 2 TBA TBA TBA Mini Term II Hybrid Course: for course information contact alina.adams@wallacestate.edu 3493 PTA 268 Clinical Practicum 5 TBA TBA TBA Physics Day 3443 PHY 115

3439 3441 3442 Evening 3556

Smallwood, Laura S. Smallwood, Laura S. Adam, Alina C S. Strickland, Jill E.

PHY 201 PHY 213 PHY 214

Technical Physics 4 TBA TBA TBA Mini Term III Web assisted:Class will start on Monday May 10th 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Class will meet these days: May 10,11, 13-18, and May 20-22. General Physics I Trig Based 4 09:30 am-12:45 pm MW SCI 201 General Physics/Calculus I 4 09:30 am-12:45 pm MW SCI TBA General Physics/Calculus II 4 01:00 pm-04:15 pm TTh SCI 201

O'Leary, Christine O'Leary, Christine O'Leary, Christine

PHY 218

Modern Physics

O'Leary, Christine

4

06:00 pm-09:15 pm

TTh

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SCI 201

O'Leary, Christine


CRN

COURSE

Political Science POL 220 3220 Psychology Day PSY 106 3528 3107 3108 3109

PSY 200 PSY 200 PSY 200

3111

PSY 200I

3112

PSY 200I

3113

PSY 200I

3114

PSY 200I

3183 3115 3116

PSY 207 PSY 210 PSY 210

3181

PSY 210I

3182

PSY 210I

COURSE NAME

CR

State and Local Government

3

TIME 10:00 am-11:55 am

DAYS TTh

LOCATION BE 111

TBA TBA TBA 3 Career Exploration For course information contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu CHM 2 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh 3 General Psychology TBH 116 10:00 am-11:55 am MW 3 General Psychology CIS Aud 01:00 pm-02:55 pm MW 3 General Psychology Hybrid Course; for course information contact aletta.williamson@wallacesstate.edu. TBA TBA TBA 3 General Psychology Online Course; for course information contact aletta.williamson@wallacestate.edu TBA TBA TBA 3 General Psychology Online Course; for course information contact aletta.williamson@wallacestate.edu TBA TBA TBA 3 General Psychology Online Course; for course information contact stacey.brunner@wallacestate.edu TBA TBA TBA 3 General Psychology Online Course; for course information contact stacey.brunner@wallacestate.edu TBH 604 10:00 am-11:55 am MW 3 Psychology of Adjustment TBH 116 08:00 am-09:55 am TTh 3 Human Growth & Development CIS Aud 01:00 pm-02:55 pm MW 3 Human Growth & Development Hybrid Course; Orientation 1/7/13 1:00 PM TBA TBA TBA 3 Human Growth & Development Online Course; for course information contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu TBA TBA TBA 3 Human Growth & Development Online Course; for course information contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu

INSTRUCTOR Brooks, June L.

Atchley, Barbara P. Reeves, Rebecca L. Williamson, Aletta C. Williamson, Aletta C. Williamson, Aletta C. Williamson, Aletta C. Brunner, Stacey H. Brunner, Stacey H. Beck, Susan K. Fincher, Anna G. Brunner, Stacey H. O'Rear, Susan J. O'Rear, Susan J.

Evening PSY 200 3110

General Psychology

3

06:00 pm-09:55 pm

T

SCI 109

Brunner, Stacey H.

Reading RDG 114 3542 RDG 114 3547 RDG 83 3532 RDG 83 3546

Critical Reading for College Critical Reading for College Developmental Reading I Developmental Reading I

3 3 3 2

12:30 pm-04:25 pm 12:30 pm-02:25 pm 12:30 pm-04:30 pm 12:30 pm-02:25 pm

MW TTh MW TTh

JBC 603 JBC TBA JBC TBA JBC 603

Mallard, Cynthia B. Mallard, Cynthia B. Mallard, Cynthia B. Mallard, Cynthia B.

FPA 201 TBA

Walton, Robert L. Richter, John W.

TBH 216 TBH 216 TBH 216 TBH 216

Crow, Kenneth C. Taylor, Paul D. Crow, Kenneth C. Taylor, Paul D.

Religious Studies REL 151 3041 REL 152I 3042

Respiratory Therapy RPT 231 3501 RPT 234 3502 RPT 241 3504 RPT 254 3505 Sociology SOC 200 3550 SOC 200I 3551

Spanish SPA 101I 3019 3020

SPA 101I

Speech Day 3021 3022 3023 3024

SPH 106 SPH 106 SPH 106 SPH 106

01:00 pm-02:55 pm TTh 3 Survey of The Old Testament TBA TBA 3 Survey of The New Testament Online Course; Orientation at noon on Tuesday May 28th FPA 206

Pathology for The RCP II Mechanical Ventilation for RCP Rehab & Home Care for RCP Patient Assess Tech for RCP

3 3 2 2

08:00 am-11:00 am 08:00 am-11:00 am 12:00 pm-03:00 pm 12:00 pm-01:30 pm

T M T M

LIB 600 10:00 am-11:55 am TTh 3 Introduction to Sociology TBA TBA TBA 3 Introduction to Sociology Online course; for course information, contact carol.chenault.adjunct.wallacestate.edu

O'Rear, Susan J. Chenault, Carol D.

Speeker, Donna K. TBA TBA TBA 4 Introductory Spanish I Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English Speeker, Donna K. TBA TBA TBA 4 Introductory Spanish I Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Academic-Division/English

Fund of Oral Communication Fund of Oral Communication Fund of Oral Communication Fund of Oral Communication

3 3 3 3

08:00 am-09:55 am 10:00 am-11:55 am 12:30 pm-02:25 pm 10:00 am-11:55 am

MW MW MW TTh

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STC 102 WC 101 STC 102 STC 102

Cox, Martha S. Metcalf, Robert L. Cox, Martha S. Ledbetter, Gayle L.


CRN

COURSE

3025

SPH 106

3598

SPH 106I

3026

SPH 107

Evening 3030 SPH 106 3031 SPH 106

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Fund of Oral Communication 3 10:00 am-11:55 am Th WC 101 Metcalf, Robert L. Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/30/13 10:00 am for course information, contact rob.metcalf@wallacestate.edu Fund of Oral Communication 3 TBA TBA Metcalf, Robert L. Online Course: For course information, contact rob.metcalf@wallacestate.edu Fund of Public Speaking 3 08:00 am-09:55 am Th WC 101 Metcalf, Robert L. Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/30/13 08:00 am for course information, contact rob.metcalf@wallacestate.edu Fund of Oral Communication Fund of Oral Communication

Technical Communication 3207 COM 100 Introductory Tech English I

3 3

05:30 pm-09:15 pm 05:30 pm-09:15 pm

M T

STC 102 STC 102

Cox, Martha S. Ledbetter, Gayle

3

2:30 pm-5:00 pm

Th

CS 003

Ambrose, Peggy H.

Technical Computer Skills 3093 DPT 103 Introductory Computer Skill II 3 04:30 pm-07:30 pm T CS 21 Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/28/13 4:30 pm. Computer labs are available if needed. Contact instructor. Technical Mathematics 3206 MAH 101 Vocational Technical Math I

3

05:00 pm-09:15 pm

Th

WC 101

Dillashaw, Bobby R.

Technical Speech 3208 SPC 103

2

05:15 pm-07:45 pm

Th

CS 003

Ambrose, Peggy H.

Theater Appreciation 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact lauren.cantrell@wallacestate.edu

TBA

Salerno, Anna Lauren C.

Upholstery 3302 UPH 124 3304 UPH 214 3305 UPH 217

Decorative Elements Exp Lab Design Interiors Exp Lab Upholstery Crafts & Accessor

3 3 3

3307

UPH 218

Embroidery Design

3

3303

UPH 221

Auto Upholstery & Design

3

3306

UPH 222

Interior Materials Furniture

3

3325

UPH 281

Special Topics

Theater Arts 3096 THR 120I

Welding Day 3389 WDT 120 3391 WDT 125 3390 WDT 180 3392 WDT 181 3396 WDT 217 3397 WDT 218 3395 WDT 257 3393 WDT 258 3394 WDT 258 Evening 3380 WDT 109 3381 WDT 123 Workplace Skills Day 3294 WKO 101 Evening 3295 WKO 101 3296 WKO 101

Oral Communication Skill

3

10:00 am-03:30 pm 10:20 am-03:50 pm 01:40 pm-03:15 pm 07:40 am-09:55 am 01:45 pm-03:30 pm 07:45 am-10:15 am 07:45 am-08:30 am 09:00 am-01:40 pm 07:45 am-08:30 am 09:00 am-01:40 pm 08:00 am-02:00 pm

M W M M Th W T T Th Th TBA

UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0 UPH 0

Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A. Smith, Karan A.

Shielded Metal Arc Welding Groove Shielded Metal ARC Welding Lab ST SMAW Groove Welding Selected Topics Lab SMAW Carbon Pipe Certification SMAW Carbon Pipe Lab Certification Lab Certification Lab

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

12:10 pm-02:15 pm 08:00 am-11:10 am 11:35 am-02:15 pm 07:50 am-11:00 am 11:35 am-02:15 pm 11:35 am-02:15 pm 08:00 am-11:10 am 08:00 am-11:10 am 07:50 am-11:00 am

MT MT WTh WTh MT WTh MT MT WTh

WDT 0 WDT 0 WDT 0 WDT 0 WDT 0 WDT 0 WDT 0 WDT 0 WDT 0

Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A.

SMAW Fillet/PAC/CAC SMAW Fillet PAC/CAC Lab

3 3

05:00 pm-06:10 pm 06:15 pm-09:35 pm

MTW MTW

WDT 0 WDT 0

Minda, Paul M. Minda, Paul M.

Workplace Skills Development I

1

10:00 am-11:15 am

T

TBA

Johnson, Traci L.

Workplace Skills Development I Workplace Skills Development I

1 1

03:00 pm-04:15 pm 05:15 pm-06:30 pm

W Th

TBA TBA

Johnson, Traci L. Troutman, William G.

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INSTRUCTOR

MINI TERM I (May 28-June 27) Industrial Electronics Tech 3401 ILT 100 Applied Electronic Computation 3 08:00 am-08:55 am MW Hybrid course; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu 3403 ILT 106 Concepts of Direct Current 5 09:00 am-02:45 pm MW 11:00 am-02:45 pm T Hybrid course; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu Orientation 3561 ORI 101I

ILT 103

Hendrix, William J.

ILT 103 ILT 103

Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J.

Orientation to College 1 TBA TBA TBA Online course; for more information please contact Jennifer.mcrea@wallacestate.edu.

McRea, Jennifer A.

MINI TERM II (July 2-August 5) Humanities 3034 HUM 101I

Intro to Humanities 3 05:30 pm-09:15 pm W Online course; Orientation at noon on Tuesday July 2 at 12:00 pm

Industrial Electronics Tech 3404 ILT 107 Concepts of Alternating Current

3412

ILT 164

Orientation 3562 ORI 101I

5

09:00 am-02:45 pm MW 11:00 am-02:45 pm T Hybrid courses; for course information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu Circuit Fabrication I 1 08:00 am-08:55 am MTW

FPA 206 FPA 206

Sparks, Michael G.

ILT 103 ILT 103

Hendrix, William J. Hendrix, William J.

ILT 103

Hendrix, William J.

Orientation to College 1 TBA TBA TBA Online course; for course information please contact Jennifer.mcrea@wallacestate.edu.

Physical Therapist Assistant 3497 PTA 201 PTA Seminar 2 TBA TBA Hybrid Course: for course information contact alina.adams@wallacestate.edu

TBA

McRea, Jennifer A.

Adam, Alina C S.

Mini Term III Physics 3443 PHY 115

Technical Physics 4 TBA TBA TBA Mini Term III Web assisted:Class will start on Monday May 10th 9:30 am – 4:30 pm Class will meet these days: May 10,11, 13-18, and 20-22.

O'Leary, Christine

Ready to Graduate? Congratulations on reaching your destination on this educational journey! Everyone at Wallace State is extremely proud of your accomplishment and wishes to recognize you accordingly. In order to properly award your degree, we must ensure that all degree requirements have been satisfactorily met and all fees and holds have been cleared. Please follow the instructions below to ensure that process is properly completed. We strongly encourage you to participate in the Commencement ceremony in May. College graduation is an honor that you have worked diligently to receive, and we hope that you will allow your instructors, family, friends, and fellow students to properly recognize your achievement. Steps to Successfully Apply for Graduation: 1. Complete the Graduation Application included in this packet. 2. Log-in to your MyWallaceState account and print out an unofficial transcript. 3. Schedule an appointment with your advisor to perform a degree audit and confirm that you have met or will meet all graduation requirements. Bring your transcript! 4. Ensure that all holds are clear and any outstanding fees and charges have been paid. 5. Submit your completed graduation application packet – graduation application, unofficial transcript, & degree audit – to the cashier’s office located in the WSCC Business Office before the graduation application deadline. 6. Pay the cashier the appropriate graduation fee: $60 for first-time graduates or $15 for previous WSCC graduates. There is no fee to have a degree recorded on a graduate’s academic transcript, but a paper diploma will not be printed. Graduation Application Deadlines: For Fall Semester 2013 graduation – Application packets are due by June 3, 2013. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 28


Continuing Education ACADEMIC PREP ACT PREP COURSE Online course, six weeks, for dates go to www.ed2go.com/wscc-wfd

CULINARY FUNDAMENTALS OF CAKE DECORATING (Course I) Discover how easy and rewarding it is to decorate cakes and other desserts in this 8-hour course. You will learn all of the decorating techniques needed to create great looking cakes for birthdays or any occasion. Topics include the basics of making and coloring icing, preparing cakes, decorating techniques using appropriate tools (including the most popular border), and making a rose for a gorgeous floral cake. Supply list will be provided at first class session. Bring paper and pen. Tuesdays, June 11, 13, 18 & 25, 5-7pm. (Registration Deadline: June 7) Location: Culinary Arts $35 CAKE DECORATING - Flowers and Borders (Course II) Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Cake Decorating Build on your skills taught in Course I to master many dramatic techniques to make your cakes unforgettable. You will learn to make new borders, to give your cakes incredible dimension with the addition of bold color flow decorations, and to create lovely new flowers using Royal icing. For the grand finale, you will make and impressive flower basket cake using the interwoven basket weave technique. Supply list will be provided upon registration. Tuesdays, July 16-30, 5-7pm. (Registration Deadline: July 12) Location: Culinary Arts Fee: $35

May 6-June 10, 5:30-6:30pm. (Registration Deadline: May 1) June 17-July 22, 5:30-6:30pm. (Registration Deadline: June 12) Location: Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $40 WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR SENIORS (55 and older) Registration for this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Semester. For senior citizens 55 and older. Fee: $34 WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR THE COMMUNITY Registration for this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Semester. Fee: $80

OUTDOOR BEGINNING GOLF ($50) Golf Pro Chess Harris will instruct this course for beginners. Golf clubs as well as everything needed will be provided for the use by the student during the course. Junior (Middle and High School Students) Thursdays, June 6, 13, 20, 9-10:00am. (Registration Deadline: June 3) Ladies - Tuesdays, May 21, 28, June 4, 5:30-6:30pm (Registration Deadline: May 17) Beginner- Saturdays, May 4, 11, 18, 8:30-9:30am (Registration Deadline: May 1) Intermediate- Saturdays, June 8, 15, 22 , 8:30-9:30am (Registration Deadline: June 5) Location: Cullman Municipal Golf Course Fee: $50

DANCE BALLROOM DANCING This is a beginning level Ballroom Dance class for those who want to develop and/or improve their social dance skills. The instructor will provide instructions for steps, patterns and proper techniques, including ballroom dance floor etiquette. Three to five dances will be taught depending on class make-up and progress. Instructor - Lee Littenburg. Registration must be made by registration deadline. Registration will not be accepted in class. Tuesdays, April 16-May 21, 6-7pm. (Registration Deadline: April 12) Tuesdays, May 28-July 2, 6-7pm. (Registration Deadline: June 28) Location for all classes: Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $30 ADVANCED BALLROOM DANCING Built upon the basic course, this class is for students who know the basics and want to expand their knowledge. This course will add one or two new steps each lesson plus polishing what they already know. Instructor-Lee Littenburg Registration must be made by registration deadline. Registration will not be accepted in class. Tuesdays, April 16-May 21, 7-8pm. (Registration Deadline: April 12) Tuesdays, May 28-July 2, 7-8pm. (Registration Deadline: June 28) Location for all classes: Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $30

HEALTH AND WELLNESS YOGA Join us for a time of stretching and strength building that is sure to leave you de-stressed and energized! This class is based on the yoga model that allows for all body types and flexibility levels. This class is for anyone interested in improving balance, strength and flexibility. Note: Students should bring a traditional yoga mat.

LANGUAGE SPANISH FOR MISSIONARIES ONLINE Online course, six weeks, for dates go to www.ed2go.com/wscc-wfd

MUSIC INSTANT PIANO If you yearn to experience the joy of playing piano, but you don't want years of weekly lessons, this short course is for you. In just one enjoyable evening, you can learn enough secrets of the trade to make piano playing a part of your life, learning chords, not notes. You'll learn all the chords needed to play any song, any style any key. And you'll get a healthy dose of insider secrets on how to embellish songs. This is an absolutely beginning class in chord piano techniques. If you can find middle C and know the meaning of Every Good Boy Does Fine, you already know enough to enroll. If not, send a self-addressed stamped envelope for a helpful free pamphlet to Music Masters, 90 Molly Lane, Ringgold, GA 30736. Monday, June 24, 5:30-9pm. (Registration Deadline: June 20) Location: Bailey Center 9th floor Fee: $50 plus $25 material fee (material to be paid in class)

SPECIAL INTEREST INTRODUCTION TO GENEALOGY Find your ancestors! Come discover your past! Learn how to trace your family history and discover where and maybe even how they lived. Find out how to search for information online and from free and not-sofree databases, the census, journals, message boards, libraries, courthouses, or military archives. Wed & Thurs, May 29 & 30, 5-8pm (Registration Deadline: May 27) Location: 3rd floor WSCC Library Fee: $25

Register by calling 256.352.8238 or in person at Lion Central at the Bailey Center. For advising call 256.352.8040. Registrations should be made at least three days prior to the beginning of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/continuing-education. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 29


Continuing Education SOUTHERN GENEALOGY The adventure starts here! As you investigate your past learn the many different methods to access information. Each state categorizes material in different ways so get a road map to help you along your path. Wed & Thurs, June 12 & 13, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: June 10) Location: 3rd Floor WSCC Library Fee: $25

ADVANCED GENEALOGY AND BOOK PUBLISHING There’s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will take you to the next level as you continue discovery of your ancestor’s lives! Learn how to publish your findings for others to enjoy. Wed & Thurs, July 10 & 11, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: July 8) Location: 3rd Floor WSCC Library Fee: $25

CIVIL WAR GENEALOGY How to research a Civil War solider, North or South, or civilian using government and private records. Wallace State has one of the finest collections for Civil War research in the nation. Wed & Thurs, June 26 & 27, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: June 24) Location: 3rd floor of WSCC Library Fee: $25

HOME DECORATING SEWING Learn to create decorative pillows, table runners, and more to enhance the beauty of your home.Students may use their own fabric. Taught by Karan Smith, Upholstery Instructor. Wednesdays, May 22-June 30, 3-5pm. (Registration Deadline: May 20) Location: Upholstery Department

GENEALOGY AND THE COMPUTER Unlock the secrets to your past as you search the internet for your ancestors. Learn to navigate the many avenues on your road to discovery. Gather information on reputable sites and which sites to avoid. Wed & Thurs, July 24 & 25, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: July 22) Location: Computer Science Lab Fee: $25

Lifelong Learning

DEFENSIVE DRIVING GOT A TICKET? Classes are available twice a month for those interested in meeting the requirements of the courts. Dates are available by calling 256.352.8238 Location: Bailey Center 9th floor Fee: $35 book to be purchased in class.

Classes for Seniors 55 and older. Only $25!

NTRODUCTION TO GENEALOGY Find your ancestors! Come discover your past! Learn how to trace your family history and discover where and maybe even how they lived. Find out how to search for information online and from free and not-so-free databases, the census, journals, message boards, libraries, courthouses, or military archives. Wed & Thurs, May 29 & 30, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: May 27) Location: 3rd floor WSCC Library SOUTHERN GENEALOGY The adventure starts here! As you investigate your past learn the many different methods to access information. Each state categorizes material in different ways so get a road map to help you along your path. Wed & Thurs, June 12 & 13, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: June 10) Location: 3rd Floor WSCC Library CIVIL WAR GENEALOGY How to research a Civil War solider, North or South, or civilian using government and private records. Wallace State has one of the finest collections for Civil War research in the nation. Wed & Thurs, June 26 & 27, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: June 24) Location: 3rd floor of WSCC Library GENEALOGY AND THE COMPUTER Unlock the secrets to your past as you search the internet for your ancestors. Learn to navigate the many avenues on your road to discovery. Gather information on reputable sites and which sites to avoid. Wed & Thurs, July 24 & 25, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: July 22) Location: Computer Science Lab ADVANCED GENEALOGY AND BOOK PUBLISHING There’s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will take you to the next level as you continue discovery of your ancestor’s lives! Learn how to publish your findings for others to enjoy. Wed & Thurs, July 10 & 11, 5-8pm. (Registration Deadline: July 8) Location: 3rd Floor WSCC Library COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS This course is for the beginner and is designed to introduce you to the computer. Basic functions of Microsoft Windows will be covered along with adjusting personal computer settings. You will also be introduced to the Internet and Email. The instructor is skilled at teaching those with little or no experience with computers. Class size is limited to 12. May 21, 28, June 4, 1:30-4:30pm. (Registration Deadline: May 17) Location: Computer Science Lab 9

ADVANCED COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS Building on the previous course, students will now learn more about the Internet and how to send emails with attachments. Microsoft Word will be covered as well. Class is limited to 12 students. June 11, 18, 1:30-4:30pm. Registration Deadline: June 7 Location: Computer Science Lab 9 FACEBOOK FOR SENIORS In this cutting edge course for seniors, we'll learn to navigate the social community of Facebook. We will create a Facebook account, learn how to locate friends and family members, how to use the news feed and upload pictures. A good working knowledge of computers is required for this class. Class is limited to 8 students. Registration Deadline: May 17 Course 1- May 21, 28, 9:30-12:30pm Course 2- July 16, 23, 9:30-12:30am Location: Computer Science Lab 9 DIGITAL CAMERA FOR SENIORS The goal of this class is to help our fellow seniors get a better understanding of today's technology in digital cameras. We eliminate all the confusion that digital cameras present today. You will learn how to easily operate your camera resulting in great photos of your grandchildren, other family members, friends & all those great places you travel to now that you have the time. This is a hands-on class, so please bring your camera, owner's manual, charged batteries and memory card. Also included in this course is a special session on uploading them for online ordering. No need to purchases a new camera, just bring your digital camera and enjoy! June 11, 18, 9:30am-12:30pm. (Registration Deadline: June 7) Location: Computer Science Lab 9 HOME DECORATING SEWING Learn to create decorative pillows, table runners, and more to enhance the beauty of your home.Students may use their own fabric. Taught by Karan Smith, Upholstery Instructor. Wednesdays, May 22-June 30, 3-5pm. (Registration Deadline: May 20) Location: Upholstery Department WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR SENIORS Registration for this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Semester. For senior citizens 55 and older. The fee for this course is $34.

Register by calling 256.352.8238 or in person at Lion Central at the Bailey Center. For advising call 256.352.8040. Registrations should be made at least three days prior to the beginning of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/continuing-education. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 30


Workforce Training CDL TRAINING Commercial Truck Driver Class A four week instructional program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to drive trucks and buses, delivery vehicles, for-hire vehicles, and other commercial vehicles. Schedule: Monday-Thursday. Call for dates. Fee: $1,600 + $200 testing fee and $4 liability insurance fee. WIA approved (Financial assistance available through the Career Center) Location: Diesel Mechanics Call for available class dates: 256.352.8114 SHORT-TERM WELDING This 225-hour course provides basic instruction in oxy-fuel cutting (torch cutting) and the student's choice of shielded metal arc welding (stick welding), MIG wire welding process or TIG process. Schedule: Monday-Wednesday, 5:30pm-9:30pm (enroll at any time) Fee: $2,000 plus kit. WIA approved (Financial assistance available through the Career Center) Location: Welding Department Call for available class dates: 256.352.8172 WASTEWATER OPERATOR CERTIFICATION When wastewater treatment plants are properly operated, public health and the state's waters are protected. This certification program is working to help ensure that operators meet established requirements and are competent to operate and maintain wastewater treatment plants. Some classes conducted at Cullman area water treatment centers. Call for available class dates: 256.352.8172 CUSTOMIZED CONSTRUCTION TRAINING FREE TUITION FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY Wallace State Training for Business and Industry presents this free course. Choose from Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC, Masonry, Plumbing or Welding. Must be 18 by the time of employment. Schedule: Day and evening classes (enroll at any time) Fee: Possible free tuition For details, call Kristi Bain 256.352.8165 or Rick Nail 256.352.8266. SERVSAFE TEST-PREP & CERTIFICATION COURSE Wallace State Training for Business and Industry presents this training. Participants will gain valuable knowledge in the following areas: sanitation, the flow of food, purchasing and receiving, storing foods, safety, food preparation, facilities and equipment, regulatory agencies and inspection, and crisis management. The program is designed specifically for food-handling employees of restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, daycares, and other food service professionals. The intensive 8-hour courses are conducted in three sessions, ending with the certification exam (must attend all three classes to test). Dates: Monday, Tuesday and Monday (test day): June 3, 4, 10, 5-9:00pm. (Registration Deadline: May 29) August 5, 6, 12, 5-9:00pm. (Registration Deadline: August 1) Fee $150 (includes textbooks & certification exam) Location: Culinary Arts Classroom

OSHA TRAINING 10-HOUR OSHA CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH TRAINING This course meets the required laws in Alabama for working on public job sites. Led by an OSHA certified trainer the course covers the mandated OSHA topics including OSHA regulations, general health and safety, basic electrical safety, fall protection, ladder and scaffold safety, hand and power tools, material handling, etc. Upon completion students will receive the 10-hour OSHA card. Please call 256.352.7826 regarding dates. Fee: $69 OSHA 10-HOUR GENERAL INDUSTRY SAFETY AND HEALTH TRAINING This course is for those with safety and health responsibilities, and for employee safety and health awareness. Students will be introduced to OSHA policies, procedures, and standards as well as general industry

safety and health principles. Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive an OSHA general industry safety and health 10-hour completion card. Please call 256.352.7826 regarding dates. Fee: $69 OSHA 30-HOUR CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH CERTIFICATION COMPLETION This is a 20 hour completion course for those who have completed OSHA 10 Hour Construction Health and Safety Certification within the past six months and wish to pursue the OSHA 30-Hour Certification. Please call 256.352.7826 regarding dates. Fee: $129

BUSINESS, COMPUTER & ACCOUNTING GRANT WRITING (Online) Online course, six weeks, for dates go to www.ed2go.com/wscc-wfd WINDOWS FUNDAMENTALS May 21, 28, 5:30-8:30pm. (Registration Deadline: May 17) Location: Computer Science Lab 9 MICROSOFT OFFICE June 4, 11, 5:30-8:30pm. (Registration Deadline: May 31) Location: Computer Science Lab 9 MICROSOFT EXCEL July 16, 23, 5:30-8:30pm. (Registration Deadline: July 12) Location: Computer Science Lab 9 CREATING WEBPAGES Online course, six weeks, for dates go to www.ed2go.com/wscc-wfd ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS Online course, six weeks, for dates go to www.ed2go.com/wscc-wfd ONLINE BUSINESS COURSES Access to six-week online courses at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd: Business Communication and Leadership • Achieving Success with Difficult People • Building Teams That Work • Writing Essentials / Effective Business Writing • Individual Excellence / Leadership • Keys to Effective Communication / Interpersonal Communication • Mastering Public Speaking • Writing Essentials Business Fundamentals • Employment Law Fundamentals • Fundamentals of Supervision and Management I and II • Fundamentals of Technical Writing • Mastery of Business Fundamentals • Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications • Total Quality Fundamentals Business Software • Introduction to Adobe Acrobat 9 / X • Introduction to Microsoft Project 2007 General Business and Management • Administrative Assistant Applications / Fundamentals • Business Finance for Non-Finance Personnel • Creating a Successful Business Plan • Distribution and Logistics Management • Going Green at the Workplace • Help for the Helpdesk • Introduction to Business Analysis • Managing Customer Service • Manufacturing Applications / Fundamentals • Nonprofit Fundraising Essentials • Purchasing Fundamentals • Supply Chain Management Fundamentals • Understanding the Human Resources Function Project Management

Register by calling 256.352.8238 or in person at Lion Central at the Bailey Center. For advising call 256.352.8040. Registrations should be made at least three days prior to the beginning of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/continuing-education. Summer Semester 2013 Schedule of Classes • page 31


Workforce Training Project Management • High Speed Project Management • Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010 • PMP ® Certification Prep 1 / Prep 2 • Project Management Applications / Fundamentals • Six Sigma: Total Quality Applications • Total Quality Fundamentals

SHORT-TERM HEALTH PROGRAMS PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN 7-week program This course is designed to train individuals to collect quality blood samples properly from patients and interact with health care personnel. Clinical externships will be coordinated after class completion. Fee: $1,587.50 plus $11.50 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA approved. Location: Tom Bevill Health Building Room 506 Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 16-May 30, 5-8:30pm Next class will be August. Please see upcoming fall schedule for date. CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT 10-week program Certified nursing assistants (CNA) work at the direction of nurses to

provide basic patient care and play a critical role in successful health care by extending the capability of nurses and doctors to provide better patient care. CNA classes will train individuals to assess patient needs, to interact effectively with the patient, and to make observations regarding a patient's condition and state of mind. The 26-hour clinical rotation will be on the three Saturdays at the end of the program. Fee: $790 plus $15 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA approved Location: Nursing Building, Room 202 Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, April 16-May 30, 5-9pm Next class will be August. Please see upcoming fall schedule for date. CPR-HEALTHCARE PROVIDER Choose among these dates: Thursday, May 23 Monday, June 3 Wednesday, June 19 Tuesday, July 2, Thursday, July 18 Wednesday, July 31 Monday, August 5 All classes are held 5:30-8:30pm in Bevill Building Rm 615 Fee: $50 (includes CPR card)

Register by calling 256.352.8238 or in person at Lion Central at the Bailey Center. For advising call 256.352.8040. Registrations should be made at least three days prior to the beginning of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/continuing-education.

Summer 2013 Alumni Activities June 6 Thrifty Shopper Trip 7:30 am – 5 pm $20 We will visit numerous thrift stores in Decatur and Huntsville with a detour by the Dirt Cheap store in Madison. Lunch (not included in registration fee) will be at the historic Main Street Café in Madison. Lunch prices range from $4.95 to $10.25 depending upon your choice. Registration deadline: June 1st

July 18 Antique Outing 7:30 am – 5 pm $35 Our day will begin with a visit to Lavender and Lace Antiques and a special presentation by Suzanne Messersmith, owner of Interior Refiners. She will give examples of how to repurpose your current items or those you might purchase from antique or thrift stores to enliven your home decorating. After our time there, we will journey to Guntersville and Scottsboro for browsing at antique stores and at the Unclaimed Baggage Center. A wonderful lunch, included in the registration fee, will be provided at McCutchen’s Magnolia House Restaurant in Scottsboro. Registration deadline: July 11th

July 25 Preparing to Take the ACT Test 1 – 5 pm $75 This workshop will help you learn strategies to improve your test-taking approach and will provide a “brush up” on test components including Science Reasoning, Math, English, and Reading. Preparing for the test, what to expect on test day, and practice exam questions in each subject area will be included in this session. The fee includes a Princeton Review Cracking the ACT take-home workbook for use after the workshop to continue practice at home. Registration deadline: July 19th

To register or for more information about these events, open to members and nonmembers alike, call 256.352.7808, email natalie.godwin@ wallacestate.edu or visit www.wsccalumni.org. Ask about joining the Alumni Association!

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23

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AUM

23

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14

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19

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11

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36

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ILT

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GS

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HS

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