Fall 2003 Cover Sheet - Suffolk County Community College

FALL 2006
Day, Evening and
Weekend
Suffolk County Community College
is a unit of the State University of New York
SCHEDULE OF CLASSES
Registration Dates
Priority registration begins
Open registration begins
Late registration for day classes begins
Day classes begin
Late registration for evening classes begins
Late registration for Saturday/Sunday classes begins
Evening classes begin
Saturday classes begin
Sunday classes begin
Senior citizen registration for day classes
Senior citizen registration for evening classes
March 27
April 3
August 23
August 30
August 30
September 3 and September 4
September 6
September 9
September 10
September 5 (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
September 12 (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.)
*Late Registration Policy*
Late registration begins one week prior to the official start of each session (day, evening, Saturday/Sunday). A late
registration fee applies to all new registrants at this time. Registration for a course is permitted up until the day
before the class is scheduled to begin if registering via the Web and until the day the class is scheduled to begin if
registering in person. (Exceptions to this policy may be approved by the Office of the Campus Dean.)
Late registration (i.e., late fee charged) begins on the following dates:
*August 23 for day classes
*August 30 for evening classes
*September 3 for Saturday classes and September 4 for Sunday classes
Note: Registration for online/SLN courses and telecourses will be permitted until September 12.
Register and pay your tuition through My SCCC
by going to www.sunysuffolk.edu.
My SCCC is available every day
8 a.m. to midnight.
To access My SCCC you will need to enter your
Username and Password.
Please remember your Password! You won’t be able to
login to My SCCC without it.
Also, be sure to check MySCCC and your college
e-mail account for important messages.
Note: Students who have blocks on their registration or
require an advisor’s signature cannot register on
the Web. Instead, please register in person at the
campus Registrar’s Office.
Please check the college Web site for updated course information and seat availability at
www.sunysuffolk.edu
Ammerman Campus
Eastern Campus
Grant Campus
(631) 851-6780
REGISTRATION
(631) 451-4004
(631) 548-2502
COUNSELING
(631) 451-4053
(631) 548-2527
(631) 851-6251
Bruce MacDonald
(631) 548-2605
Dr. Steven Epstein and Dr. Michael Belanich
(631) 851-6873
HONORS PROGRAM
REPRESENTATIVES
VEHICLE
REGISTRATION
and
PARKING
INFORMATION
Albin Cofone
(631) 451-4335
All motor vehicles on campus, including motorcycles, must be registered with the college. Vehicles may be registered in
the Cashier’s Office on each campus. Please be sure to park in student-designated areas only (within white
lines). A brochure on traffic and parking regulations may be obtained at the campus Cashier’s Office.
ADVISEMENT
All currently enrolled students will either be assigned a faculty advisor or directed to an appropriate office for advising
services.
PRIORITY
REGISTRATION
Priority registration for the fall 2006 semester will take place from March 27 to April 2. Each student will be assigned a
day to register according to the number of credits completed in a degree program while at Suffolk County Community
College. You should plan to register on your assigned day in order to get the best selection of courses at the best
possible times.
SAIN
STUDENT ADVISEMENT INFORMATION NOTICE
Your SAIN is available on the college Web site at My SCCC. It lists the requirements for your curriculum, the courses
you’ve taken, and the courses you still need in order to graduate. It also includes your assigned date for priority
registration, information about where to get advisement, and whether you need an advisor’s signature before you
register.
IMMUNIZATION
All students born on or after January 1, 1957, who are enrolled in a degree program must comply with the New York
State Immunization Law. Compliance means proof of:
1. two measles immunizations (on or after 1/1/68)
2. one rubella (German measles) immunization (on or after 1/1/69)
3. one mumps immunization (on or after 1/1/69)
Contact your campus Health Services Office for additional information.
In accordance with college policy and New York State law, students enrolled at Suffolk County Community
College must acknowledge that they received information about meningococcal disease and vaccination,
and indicate that they either received the vaccination within the past 10 years or decided not to take the
vaccination. Students who do not submit the required acknowledgement will be blocked from registration
and subject to withdrawal.
COURSE CODES
$
Special fee applies. Please see the college catalog.
H
Reserved for students in the Honors Program
#
Prerequisite applies
L
Runs during the last half of the semester
A
Distance Learning Class
O
Internet-based course
B
Internet and classroom based
R
Reserved for special programs
C
Requires use of a computer
T
Requires the viewing of videotapes, independent
assignments and at least five on-campus meetings
D
Courses that do not meet degree or certificate requirements
X
Extension site
E
Runs during first half of the semester
W
Meets on Saturday or Sunday
F
Telecourse and Distance Learning class
CAMPUS BUILDING CODES
Ammerman Campus at Selden
BCGHILMRTX-
Brookhaven Gymnasium
Babylon Student Center
Automotive Technology Building
Southampton Building
Islip Arts Building
Huntington Library
Kreiling Building
Riverhead Technology Building
Smithtown Science Building
Annex
Eastern Campus at Riverhead
O- Orient Building
P- Peconic Building
S- Shinnecock Building
Grant Campus at Brentwood
CHNMPSAF-
Captree Commons
Caumsett Hall
Nesconset Hall
Health, Sports, and Education Center
Paumanok Hall
Sagtikos Building
Sally Ann Slacke Building
Communication Arts
COURSE INDEX
Ammerman
Campus
ACCOUNTING
11
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
11
ANTHROPOLOGY
11
AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SPECIALIST
11
BIOLOGY
12
Eastern
Campus
Grant
Campus
32
38
32
38
Ammerman
Campus
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
22
INTERIOR DESIGN
32
BUSINESS: BANKING AND FINANCE
22
MARINE BIOLOGY
22
22
38
MATHEMATICS
MEDICAL ASSISTING
Grant
Campus
35
35
LIBRARY RESEARCH
39
Eastern
Campus
35
44
35
44
46
BUSINESS: LAW AND PARALEGAL
13
32
39
MUSIC
24
BUSINESS: MANAGEMENT
13
32
39
NURSING
25
BUSINESS: MARKETING
13
32
39
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASST.
BUSINESS: SPECIAL TOPICS
14
32
39
OCEANOGRAPHY
26
CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY COUNSELING
14
32
39
OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
26
CHEMISTRY
14
32
40
OPHTHALMIC DISPENSING
CINEMA STUDIES
14
32
40
PHILOSOPHY
26
36
47
COLLEGE SEMINAR
14
32
40
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
26
36
47
COMMUNICATIONS
15
33
40
PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT
27
COMMUNITY RESIDENCE MANAGEMENT
16
33
41
PHYSICS
27
36
48
COMPUTER ART
16
33
41
POLITICAL SCIENCE
27
36
48
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION 16
TECHNOLOGY
33
41
PORTFOLIO PREPARATION
28
PSYCHOLOGY
28
36
48
RADIO AND TELEVISION
PRODUCTION
28
33
READING
28
36
48
33
RECREATION LEADERSHIP/
THERAPEUTIC RECREATION
LEADERSHIP
29
49
CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
36
47
36
17
DIETETIC TECHNICIAN
47
47
33
41
DRAFTING
17
EARLY CHILDHOOD/EDUCATION
17
33
41
SOCIOLOGY
29
36
EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCE
17
33
42
SPECIAL TOPICS
29
37
ECONOMICS
18
34
42
TELECOMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY 29
ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY
18
42
THEATRE ARTS
ENGINEERING
18
ENGLISH
18
34
42
VISUAL ARTS
30
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
20
34
43
WOMEN’S STUDIES
30
FIRE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY
20
FRIDAY EVENING COURSES
FITNESS SPECIALIST
20
FOREIGN LANGUAGE
20
34
43
GEOGRAPHY
21
34
43
30
37
VETERINARY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY
49
49
37
49
30
37
50
SATURDAY / SUNDAY COURSES
31
37
50
HONORS COURSES
31
37
51
EXTENSION SITES
GRAPHIC DESIGN
37
51
DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSROOM
5
5
5
ONLINE COURSES
6
8
8
44
TELECOURSES
9
9
9
35
44
BLENDED/HYBRID COURSES
9
10
10
35
44
SAYVILLE DOWNTOWN CENTER
34
21
35
HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING
AND REFRIGERATION
HISTORY
47
16
CULINARY ARTS
HEALTH CAREERS
46
46
21
HUMANITIES
22
HUMAN SERVICES
22
44
52
REFUND POLICY FOR FALL 2006
CREDIT COURSE REFUND POLICY
How Refunds Are Determined
The date of your official withdrawal determines what tuition and refundable fees (if any) you will receive or have credited to your account. Please
consult the hours of operation of Registrar’s Offices and Web access to complete your transaction. This table gives you the refund
dates for the fall 2006 semester. The college makes all refund payments by check regardless of how you paid your bill. Refunds are processed after
the final add/drop date for each semester.
A 100% tuition refund will be granted through:
A 75% tuition refund will be granted:
A 50% tuition refund will be granted:
A 25% tuition refund will be granted:
No refunds on or after this date:
Day Classes
8/29
8/30 - 9/5
9/6 - 9/12
9/13 - 9/19
9/20
Evening Classes
9/5
9/6 - 9/12
9/13 - 9/19
9/20 - 9/26
9/27
Saturday Classes
9/8
9/9 - 9/15
9/16 - 9/22
9/23 - 9/29
9/30
Sunday Classes
9/9
9/10 - 9/16
9/17 - 9/23
9/24 - 9/30
10/1
Note: Requests for refunds will not be considered after the refund period is over.
Course Withdrawal
During the official add/drop period (approximately three weeks from the start of classes), you can drop a course on the Web at MY SCCC or by
completing a DROP form. To withdraw from courses for any reason, a student must officially notify the college by completing a WITHDRAWAL form.
Both forms are available at the campus Registrar’s Office or on the college’s Web site (www.sunysuffolk.edu). Non-attendance in a course,
verbal communication with college offices or instructors, or stopping payment on a check are not considered official notification
of withdrawal.
Your Liability to the College
By registering for classes, you have incurred a liability to the college for related tuition and fees. Students are responsible for all unpaid charges in
accordance with college policies and the refund policy. Certain college fees are non-refundable. Please refer to the college catalog or your bill. Unpaid
balances are subject to interest and collection expenses that will be added to the outstanding balance.
Financial aid recipients who have a zero balance must officially withdraw to avoid losing present and future financial aid awards. Withdrawal from
a course can result in changes to financial aid eligibility and award amounts. In the case of complete withdrawal from the college, students awarded
federal Title IV financial aid will be subject to proration or reductions.
NOTICE OF STUDENT PRIVACY RIGHTS
Suffolk County Community College complies with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). This act protects the privacy of
education records and provides guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data. Students also have the right to file complaints with
FERPA if the institution allegedly fails to comply with the act.
Copies of this act, as well as copies of the college’s records policy, may be found on all campuses in the Offices of the Deans of Student
Services, as well as the Legal Affairs and Compliance Office and the Office of the College Registrar (NFL Building, Ammerman Campus).
Questions regarding FERPA may be referred to the Associate Deans of Student Services or the College Registrar.
PUBLIC NOTICE DESIGNATING DIRECTORY INFORMATION
Suffolk County Community College designates the following categories of student information as public or “directory” information. This does not
mean, however, that the college will indiscriminately release such information about students. Requests for directory information on all SCCC
students or categories of students will generally not be honored. Release will be restricted to information on individual students only, with each
request considered on an individual basis by the Deans of Student Services and/or the Registrar’s Offices. Suffolk County Community College
designates the following items as directory information:
Name
Address
Telephone Number
Photograph
Date of Birth
E-Mail Address
Prior School Attended
Major Field of Study
Height and Weight of Members of Athletic Teams
Dates and Status of Enrollment
Degrees and Awards Received
Past and Present Participation in Officially Recognized Sports and Activities
Currently enrolled students may withhold disclosure of directory information. To request nondisclosure, you must provide written notification to
your home campus Registrar’s Office. Suffolk County Community College assumes that the absence of the written request for nondisclosure of
directory information indicates approval for disclosure.
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