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Administration of JusticeAdministration of JusticeLaw EnforcementComputer Science ASAS Pre-Law Studies Security SpecialistAnthropologyArt AA-T, AAAS ASAS-T, AS ASPowertrains Level ITechnician Violence Intervention Counseling Automotive Collision Repair- Damage Estimator BiotechnologyAS Biotechnology Technician Pre-Allied Health BusinessAccounting TechnicianBusiness AdministrationBusiness ManagementChemistryCertificate ofAccomplishmentCertificate ofAchievementAssociateDegreeArts HumanitiesAAAAAA AAAS-TMediaDigital Film ProductionMedical Assisting ASMedical Terminology MusicAA-TNursing*PhilosophyEnglish as a Second LanguageESL Pronunciation AA-T, AAASAA-T Physical Education/KinesiologyHigh-Beginning ESL Kinesiology Intermediate ESL Physical Education/KinesiologyAS High-Intermediate ESL Fitness Trainer Advanced ESL Personal Training Prep Course AS GeographyPhysics AS AS Computer InformationSystemsGeographyPolitical ScienceAA-T, AAPsychologyGeographicalInformation Systems Health EducationPublic Health ScienceComputer OperationsAS Computer ProgrammingAS Computer User SupportSpecialistInformation TechnologyAA-TCommunication in theEnglish LanguageMathematics ASAA Business Information WorkerGeneral OfficeSocial Justice: Latino Chicano Studies AS-T, ASBusiness Office TechnologyAdministrative AssistantEnglishAA-T, AASocial BehavioralSciencesAA-T, AAParamedic StudiesBiotechnology AssistantJournalismScience, Technology,Engineering MathASEmergency Medical ServicesEngineeringAA-T, AAMath Science ASHistory Montessori Education:Introductory LevelBiological Science AS-TSubstance Abuse CaseManagementIntersegmental GeneralEducation Curriculum(IGETC)Associate Teacher School Age ChildrenEconomics Biological SciencePsychosocial Rehabilitation Earth Science CSU General EducationBreadthAssociate Teacher PreschoolMontessori Education:Preschool TeacherPeer Support ServicesLiberal Arts PROGRAM OF STUDYLa Raza Studies Chassis Level I TechnicianBiologyCertificate ofAccomplishmentCertificate Early Childhood EducationAutomotive HybridTechnicianAutomotive ServiceTechnicianBasic Food ServiceClassical/Modern FoodPreparation RestaurantTraining Early ChildhoodEducationAAASASCulinary ArtsTraining in Pastry BakingSkillsAAAutomotive ServicesAutomotive Collision RepairTechnology Police Records Services TechnicianAfrican American StudiesPROGRAM OF STUDYNetwork & Security SpecialistAS-TCorrectional SpecialistCorrectionsCertificate ofAccomplishmentCertificate ofAchievementPROGRAM OF STUDYAssociateDegreeDEGREES & CERTIFICATESASAS-THuman ServicesDual Diagnosis Screening Dual Diagnosis SpecializationASAS-TAA-TAA-T, AAAASociologyAA-T, AASpanishAA-T, AA SpeechHealth Human Services Real EstateAA-TAACommunication Studies AA-T 2 S P R I N G 2022 CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U*Bachelor of Science in Nursing, in partnership with theUniversity of Phoenix, and Certified Nursing Assistant programsalso available.
SPRING 2022 ACADEMIC CALENDARNovember 15-16Priority registration begins For EOPS/DSPS/Veterans/Foster Youth/CalWorksNovember 17Group 2 Note takers, early graduation, athletesNovember 18-19Group 3A Continuing students with 45-75 unitsNovember 22-23Group 3B Continuing with 0-44.99 unitsNovember 24Group 3C Recent matriculated high school graduatesNovember 29-30Group 3D Continuing students with 75.01-99 unitsDecember 1Group 3E New matriculated and returning students with less than 100 unitsDecember 8Group 4 Continuing and returning students over 100 degree applicable units or on 2ndsemester dismissalJanuary 4-5Group 5 New non-matriculatedJanuary 11Group 6 Concurrent high school studentsJanuary 12Group 7 All regular college students open/walk-in registrationJanuary 17Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day HolidayJanuary 24Classes beginFebruary 4Last day to add full-term class – in personFebruary 4Last day to drop full-term classes with eligibility for fee refund or creditFebruary 6Last day to add full-term class – onlineFebruary 4 - in personLast day to drop full term classes without a “W” appearing on transcriptFebruary 6 - onlineLast day to drop full term classes without a “W” appearing on transcriptFebruary 7Census DayFebruary 18Lincoln Day HolidayFebruary 19-20No classesFebruary 21Washington Day HolidayFebruary 25Last day to request Pass/No Pass for full-term classesMarch 27 - April 2Spring BreakApril 22Last day to withdraw from a full-term course with a “W” appearing on transcriptMay 14-15Last day of instruction for weekend classesMay 20Last day of instruction for Monday through Friday classesJune 13Summer classes beginThe Student Success Program includes placement, orientation and completion of an educational plan. (Enroll in Couns-108 or ESL-108.)Info: Students may register online until 11:59 pm, the day prior to the first class meeting.IMPORTANT NOTE: For short-term courses the dates to add, receive a refund or drop are calculated individually based on the length of each course.For detailed course-specific deadline dates, log into your Insite Portal and select “My Schedule”. You may also check with your instructor who has thisinformation on the class roster.W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E S P R I N G 2022 3
Where do I start at Contra Costa College?STEPS TO SUCCESSSTEP 1 – Submit an Application For AdmissionGET YOUR STUDENT IDGo to www.contracosta.edu/apply to complete yourapplication online. If you need help, contact the WelcomeCenter at 510-215-4110.For information about student ID cards, visit: www.contracosta.edu/welcome-centerSTEP 2 – Apply For Financial AidCollege can be expensive, but we are here to help! Federaland state financial aid is available to students who qualify.See page 6 For more details.STEP 3 – Complete OrientationNew students at Contra Costa College are required tocomplete orientation. Orientation is offered online throughself-paced modules where you will learn a wealth ofinformation about programs, classes, support services,and campus policies. After you submit your application Foradmission, log in to your InSite(http://www.4cd.edu/insite/) to complete the orientation.* For non-native English speakers and learners, remotecourses are being offered. Information about ESL-808Ncan be found h/Need Help?If you need additional support and guidance getting startedwith the admissions or registration process or If you needhelp, contact the Welcome Center at 510-215-4110. Forcurrent center hours of operation visitwww.contracosta.edu/welcome-center.Parking InformationFor information on current parking services, r information about required textbooks and prices,please visit the bookstore’s website athttps://www.contracostabooks.com/.STEP 4 – Complete the PlacementYour success is important to us! Use your high school orcollege transcripts, or complete the Guided Self Placement tohelp you choose the classes that are right for you. Learn aboutyour options by visiting www.contracosta.edu/placement.STEP 5 – Develop an Educational PlanAn educational plan is a map to help you identify thecourses required to complete your goals. By enrolling inCOUNS-108: Introduction to Educational Planning, you willwork with a counselor to identify your specific programof study and the most direct route from start to finish.Information about COUNS-108 can be found h/STEP 6 – Register For ClassesNow that you have a plan for meeting your educationalgoals, registering for classes is simple. Log in to InSite(http://www.4cd.edu/insite/) to register for classes directlyfrom your educational plan. If you need help, contact theWelcome Center at 510-215-4110.4 S P R I N G 2022 CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U
¿Como comienzo en Contra Costa College?PASOS AL ÉXITOPASO 1 – Presentar una Solicitud de AdmisiónPASO 6 – Inscribirse en las ClasesPara completar su solicitud de admisión en línea visite lapágina: www.contracosta.edu/apply . Si necesita ayuda,comuníquese con el Centro de Bienvenida al 510-215-4110.Ahora que tiene un plan para alcanzar sus metaseducativas registrarse para las clases es simple. Ingresea su cuenta de estudiante InSite(http://www.4cd.edu/insite/) por medio de:www.contracosta.edu. Si necesita ayuda, comuníquesecon el Centro de bienvenida al 510-215-4110.PASO 2 – Aplicar para Ayuda FinancieraAsistir al colegio puede ser costoso, pero estamos aquípara ayudar! Tenemos disponible ayuda financieraFederal y Estatal para los estudiantes que califican. Verpágina 6 para más información.PASO 3 – Completar OrientaciónContra Costa College requiere que estudiantes nuevoscompleten una orientación. La orientación se ofrece enlínea a través de módulos donde aprenderá una grancantidad de información acerca de los programas, clasesde apoyo, servicios y pólizas del colegio.** Para estudiantes de Inglés como Seguanda Lengua, seofrecen cursos en línea . Puede encontrar información sobreESL-808N h/PASO 4 – Conozca su Nivel de Ubicación¡Tu éxito es importante para nosotros! Queremos que elijaslas mejores clases para que pueda alcanzar tus objetivosmás rápidos. El proceso ubicación te ayudara dándote uncuadro preciso de sus habilidades en matemáticas e Ingléso Inglés como segundo idioma (ESL). Conozca sus opcionesvisitando www.contracosta.edu/placement.Obtenga su tarjeta de indentificaciónde estudiantePara más información de como obtener su identificaciónde estudiante, a ayuda o está confundido?Si necesita ayuda adicional para empezar con el procesode admisión o registro, comuníquese con el Centro deBienvenida al 510-215-4110Información de estacionamientoPara obtener más información sobre los servicios deestacionamiento actuales, ara obtener información acerca de los libros de textorequeridos y los precios, por favor visitehttps://www.contracostabooks.com/.PASO 5 – Desarrollar un Plan de EstudioPor medio del curso de Counseling-108 los estudiantesobtienen un plan de estudio que le ayudará a identificarlos cursos necesarios para completar sus metas. Alinscribirse en COUNS-108: Introduction to EducationalPlanning, trabajará con un consejero para identificarel programa específico de estudio y la ruta más directapara completarlo. La información sobre las clasesdisponibles de COUNS-108 se puede encontrar h/W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E S P R I N G 2022 5
FINANCIAL AID INFORMATIONCalifornia College Promise Grant(formerly the BOG Fee Waiver)Students who meet specific income and academicrequirements can have their class fees waived. If you havealready filed your 2021-2022 Free Application For FederalStudent Aid (FAFSA) you may already have a CaliforniaCollege Promise Grant fee waiver awarded. Please log in toInSite at https://m4cd.edu and click on the “Financial Aid”tile, then “Financial Aid Home” to view your status.Pell Lifetime Eligibility LimitThe duration of a student’s eligibility to receive a FederalPell Grant is 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent). Thecalculation of the duration of a student’s eligibility willinclude all years of the student’s receipt of Federal Pell Grantfunding. Once a student has received a Federal Pell Grantfor 12 full-time semesters (or its equivalent), the studentwill no longer be eligible for a Federal Pell Grant for futuresemesters. There is no appeal process for this limit.FAFSAFill out the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)to see if you are eligible to receive the Promise Grant feewaiver as well as free cash aid to go to school. Apply online atwww.fafsa.gov. To apply for financial aid for the spring 2022semester you must complete the 2021-22 FAFSA. ContraCosta College’s school code is 001190.High School Graduation RequirementsStudents who do not have a high school diploma or arecognized equivalent (e.g., GED), or do not meet the homeschool requirements, will not be eligible to receive financialaid. Students may qualify for financial aid under one ofthe Ability-to-Benefit (ATB) alternatives if the student wasenrolled in an eligible program prior to July 1, 2012. The ATBalternatives include the student passing an independentlyadministered, approved ATB test or successfully completingat least six credit hours of postsecondary education.Cal Grant DeadlineThe State of California offers state aid through the CalGrant program. To determine your eligibility for thisadditional state aid you must complete all necessaryapplication paperwork by the Cal Grant deadline. Thedeadline is March 2 annually for the following academicyear, with a second deadline of September 2 annually (forcommunity college students only). For more information,visit www.calgrants.org.California Dream ActIf you are not a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen (includingundocumented and DACA students) and meet AB540requirements, you may qualify for state financial aidprograms, including the Promise Grant fee waiver. Applyonline by completing the Dream Act Application at www.caldreamact.org. The deadline to be considered for stategrants is March 2 annually for the following academic year,but students can apply throughout the academic year forPromise Grant fee waiver consideration.For additional information about financial aid, includingimportant policies, guidelines and processes, please visitwww.contracosta.edu/financialaid. For specific questionsabout your financial aid application or status, email us firstname.lastname@example.org.Financial Aid Repeat Course PolicyThe Department of Education has set a limit on the numberof times a course can be repeated before it is excluded froma student’s enrollment status for financial aid purposes. Toread the policy in its entirety, visit www.contracosta.edu/financialaid.Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) PolicyIn accordance with federal financial aid regulations, studentsare required to maintain minimum academic and progressrequirements in order to remain eligible to receive financialassistance. To read the SAP Policy in its entirety, visit www.contracosta.edu/financialaid.Need help filling out your application online?Although we are unable to open computer labs due tothe COVID-19 pandemic, there are still plenty of resourcesto help you fill out your financial aid application! Emailus at email@example.com and we will be happyto connect you with resources based on your individualcircumstances. We also have virtual events coming upthis semester, such as Cash For College Workshops andScholarship Info Sessions. Follow us on Facebook andInstagram For updates: @finaidatccc.6 S P R I N G 2022 CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR CLASSES USINGSTUDENT PLANNING1. Go to https://m.4cd.edu to log in using yourInsite username and password.5. When you find the class you want, click AddCourse to Plan.Add Course to Plan6. Choose the correct semester/term from thedrop down menu.7. Click Add Course to Plan.2. Click the Plan-Progress tile to access studentplanning.8. Click Back to Plan & Schedule. Back to Plan & Schedule9. Click View other sections. View other sections3. A Plan & Progress screen will appear.Click Plan and Register.10. Click the section you’d like to add toyour schedule. Click Add Section in thepop-up window.Add Section4. Search For classes in the Course Search boxat the top of the page.Course search (i.e., BUS-294).11. Click Register Now to complete your classregistration.Register NowW W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E S P R I N G 2022 7
FEES AND TUITIONFee typeAmount *CommentsEnrollment Fee* 46 per unitCalifornia residents pay an enrollment fee of 46* per unit ofcredit.Nonresident Fee 346 total per unitNonresidents of California pay an enrollment fee of 46* perunit of credit, plus 290 in tuition per unit of credit, plus 10for a capital outlay fee, per unit.Non-U.S. CitizenTuition (includingInternationalStudents) 346 total per unitNonresidents of California pay an enrollment fee of 46* perunit of credit, plus 290 in tuition per unit of credit, plus 10for a capital outlay fee, per unit.Health Insurancefor InternationalStudents 127/month 635 in August for Fall 889 in January for Spring and Summer 2022Health insurance for international students is mandatory.Students who do not provide proof of health insuranceto the International Office before the term begins will beautomatically enrolled in a health plan offered by the district(Subject to change at any time).Parking Permit 48 per semester for a car or 3 per day,(subject to change at any time without notice) and 30 per semester for a motorcycle.Mid-semester parking - 24 cars and 15 motorcyclesTerm-length parking permits can only be purchased onlinethrough the InSite Portal. California College Promise Grant(formerly the BOG fee waiver) recipients receive a discounton parking permits.Instructional MaterialFees1Variable by courseSee policy statement below.1Student ActivityFee**(This is an optionalfee.) 5 per semesterThe Student Activity Fee allows the Contra Costa CollegeAssociated Students Union (student government) to providefunding for campus clubs, events, activities and campusbased programs that will benefit the student population.Examples of programs which the activity fee could supportare student scholarships, textbook scholarships, multicultural campus events and community resource outreachprograms.StudentRepresentation Fee 2 per semester. Students have the option to opt out of this fee eachsemester.All students.Student ID CardNo charge for ID card or semester stickersStudent ID cards and semester stickers can be obtained inthe Welcome Center located in the Student Services Center.All students must show proof of registration.Transcript Fee2Transcript requests are submitted online through the InSite Portal. Students willreceive regular updates as their transcript is processed. All transcript fees arepayable in advance. Students may choose from one of the following options.Standard Service: (mailed in 5 business days) Note: Students are allowed 2free transcripts within the district, 7.50 per transcript thereafter. Transcriptscan either be emailed in a PDF format to the recipient or sent via the U.S. PostalService.Rush Service: (mailed or emailed the following day) 17.50 per transcript. Thetwo free transcripts are only available using standard service.Express: (same day service) 32.50 per transcript.Electronic Transcripts: Transcripts are automatically sent electronically tocolleges that are part of our electronic network. No additional information isneeded when you request your transcript.Transcripts will be mailed to the address provided by the student. The college isnot responsible for transcripts delivered to an incorrect address.Standard: Mailed through the U.S. Postal Service within7-10 business days. No student pick up allowed for standardservice.Rush: Mailed by U.S. Postal Service next business day or forpick up.Express: Same day service prepared for student pick up (maynot always be available).Verification Fee 2 per copyFirst 2 copies are free 5 letterhead verificationWritten authorization is required.Verifications requested through the Admissions and RecordsOffice will be charged 2 for each request. Students canreceive free verifications of enrollment throughthe InSite Portal.*This amount may be changed by the governor/state legislature without notice.** Fee is voluntary. Refund forms are available at the Student Life Office. Refund forms must be submitted in person to the Cashier’s Office within the first two (2) weeks ofinstruction. Refund checks will be issued monthly after the first two (2) weeks of instruction each term.1. Instructional Material Fees: For your convenience the bookstore offers required course materials at a reasonable cost. You have the option to purchase your materials fromanother vendor. If you choose this option, please obtain a note from your instructor and take it to the Cashier’s Office to have the fees removed from your account.2. Transcripts: Students may receive two (2) free transcripts across the district (e.g. one (1) at CCC and one (1) at DVC equals two (2)). A Transcript Request Form is available onthe college website -requests/), or through InSite (https://m.4cd.edu/campusm/home#) and at the Admissions and RecordsOffice. It can be mailed or faxed to (510) 412-0769. All requests must include payment for associated fees. This includes electronic transcripts.8 S P R I N G 2022 CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U
HOW TO READ THE OR’SNAMECLASSDATEFIRST DAYTO LAST DAYPROGRAM DEPARTMENT Course number, name and units(SC) student’s choice For letter gradecredit or P/NP (Pass/NoPass) Prerequisites are required coursesthat must be completed beforeenrollment in a selected course. Corequisites are courses that arerequired to be taken at that sametime as the selected course. Advisory courses are recommendedbefore enrollment in the courseUSE YOUR REMOTE STUDENT SERVICESIf You Need Help Start with the Welcome CenterCall the Welcome Center at 510.215.4110. They’re open 9:00 am –2:00 pm, Monday – Thursday, and can help connect you with all ofour services and resources. Our Student Success Coaches can alsohelp you navigate the remote learning transition. Make a virtualappointment.Get more information about:Admissions Records Bookstore Career Services Cooperative Education Counseling Transfer Disability Services EOPS / CalWORKS ESL Financial Aid First Year Experience / Outreach HSI-STEM International Students The Library Mental Emotional Wellness SparkPoint Student Life Food Pantry Student Success Retention Tutoring Veterans Services This is the course section number asshown in the top row of red arrows.The complete row shows the sectionnumber, day or days that the classmeets, the hours that the classmeets, the location For the class, theinstructor’s name and the date of theclass from first day to last day. This class information gives moredetails about meeting times, theclass structure, requirements andgenerally the instructor’s emailaddress Online or Partially Online will beshown in the location column withthe specific meeting times withinthe descriptions.Admissions RecordsDrop-in By Zoomadmissions@contracosta.eduSpeak with a counselor, admissions and records and financial aid tomore fully understand what is the best educational path For you take,and how to get enrolled. Office hours will be held through Zoom,Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 9:00 am – 4:30 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 6:30 pmW W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E S P R I N G 2022 9
SPRING 2022 SCHEDULE OF CLASSESsecdayshrsrminstrdatesAdministration of JusticesecdayshrsNOTE: CLASSES SHADED IN“GRAY” ARE EVENING CLASSESrminstrdatesAFRAM-113 African American Humanities - (LR) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online SectionsADJUS-120 Introduction to Administration of Justice - (LR) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections31130431PART-ONL Sanford, J1/24-5/20T8:00-9:25am AA-142Section 0431 is a partially-online class with in-person meetings onTuesdays from 8:00-9:25am.ADJUS-121 Concepts of Criminal Law - (LR) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections2346PART-ONL Sanford, J1/24-5/20T2:30-3:55pm AA-142Section 2346 is a partially-online class with in-person meetingson Tuesdays from 2:30-3:55pm.ADJUS-221 Legal Aspects of Evidence - (LR) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online SectionsONLINESanford, J1/24-5/20W5:50-7:15pm ONLINESection 0416 is an online class with required live Zoom sessionson Wednesdays, 5:50-7:15pm.MW9:35-11:00am ONLINERobinson, L1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is part of the AFRAM Studies Program.3116TTH12:45-2:10pm ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is part of the AFRAM Studies Program.AFRAM-122History of African Americans in the U.S. (pre-Colonial - 1865) - (SC)3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections3115MW12:45-2:10pm ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is part of the AFRAM Studies Program.0416AFRAM-123History of African Americans in the U.S. (1865 to the Present) - (SC)3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections3122ADJUS-222Basic Investigations - (LR) - 3 Units2349M12:45-3:55pm AA-142Martin, K1/24-5/20ADJUS-223 Community and the Justice System - (LR) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections2066PART-ONL Sanford, J1/24-5/20T9:35-11:00am AA-142Section 2066 is a partially-online class with in-person meetingson Tuesdays from 9:35-11:00am.ADJUS-260 Patrol Procedures - (LR) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections2601PART-ONL Sanford, J1/24-5/20T12:45-2:10pm AA-142Section 2601 is a partially-online class with in-person meetingson Tuesdays from 12:45-2:10pm.African American StudiesAFRAM-110 Introduction to African American Studies - (SC) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections6975TTH11:10-12:35pm ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live Zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.MW11:10-12:35pm ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is part of the AFRAM Studies Program.3124TTH9:35-11:00am ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20AFRAM-210 History of African Civilization - (SC) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections3114TTH12:45-2:10pm ONLINEAmpim, M1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is part of the AFRAM Studies Program.HIST-110History of African Civilization - (SC) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections0012TTH12:45-2:10pm ONLINEAmpim, M1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live Zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.HIST-122History of African Americans in the U.S. (pre-Colonial - 1865) - (SC)3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections0412MW12:45-2:10pm ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live Zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.10 S P R I N G 2022 CO N T R A CO S TA CO L L E G E W W W. CO N T R A CO S TA . E D U
ory of African Americans in the U.S. (1865 to the Present) - (SC)3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online SectionsANTHR-140L Physical Anthropology Laboratory - (LR) - 1 UnitPrerequisite: ANTHR-140 (may take concurrently)Online and Partially Online Sections76030329TTH9:35-11:00am ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live Zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.6490MW11:10-12:35pm ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live Zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.HUMAN-113 African American Humanities - (SC) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections6495TTH12:45-2:10pm ONLINEHodge, C1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live Zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.6496MW9:35-11:00am ONLINERobinson, L1/24-5/20This class is fully online with mandatory live Zoom meetings scheduledat the days and times listed. You will receive a college email prior to the start of class.This class is a part of the AFRAM Studies Program.TH6:00-9:10pm ONLINEThomas, S1/24-5/20This is an online class with virtual live Zoom meetings held during theindicated days/times.1853F12:45-3:55pm ONLINESchwappach-Shirriff, L1/24-5/20This is an online class with virtual live Zoom meetings held during theindicated days/times.2353W2:30-5:40pm ONLINEOlson, K1/24-5/20This is an online class with virtual live Zoom meetings held during theindicated days/times.ANTHR-150 Magic, Witchcraft and Religion - (LR) - 3 UnitsOnline and Partially Online Sections2356TTH11:10-12:35pm ONLINEMcCrary, M1/24-5/20This is an online class with virtual live Zoom meetings held during theindicated days/times.ArtART-1023-D Foundations in Art - (SC) - 3 Units0389MW12:45-3:55pm A-6BCowan, C1/24-5/20This class is currently scheduled to meet on campus; this may change,though, depending on county health mandates. You may contact your instructor firstname.lastname@example.org.AnthropologyANTHR-125 Introduc
WWW.CONTRACOSTA.EDU CONTRA COSTA COLLEGE SPRING 2022 3 DEGREES & CERTIFICATES SPRING 2022 ACADEMIC CALENDAR IMPORTANT NOTE: For short-term courses the dates to add, receive a refund or drop are calculated individually based on the length of each course. For detailed course-speci c deadline dates, log into your Insite Portal and select "My Schedule".
CCC-466/SCALE 3 in 1985 CCC-725/SCALE 5 in 2004 CCC-545/SCALE 4.0 in 1990 CCC-732/SCALE 5.1 in 2006 SCALE 4.1 in 1992 CCC-750/SCALE 6.0 in 2009 SCALE 4.2 in 1994 CCC-785/SCALE 6.1 in 2011 SCALE 4.3 in 1995 CCC-834/SCALE 6.2 in 2016 The SCALE team is thankful for 40 years of sustaining support from NRC
Public Relations and Communications Committee Co-Chair Lisa Evangelista CScD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Joan Kelly Arsenault MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Maria Centeno PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Marta Kazandjian MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Gina Palma MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Historian Joe Murray PhD, CCC-SLP, BCS-S Consumer Board Member Phillip Hartzer BSIM, MSM Easy2Digest: June 2021
CCC ONE Install Wizard, continued 3. Use the Confirm Installation Category screen to specify how the Setup Wizard will install CCC ONE on this computer. Typically, both CCC ONE and CCC ONE Update Manager are installed on a single computer installation. However, if you are going to use this computer to download updates only, just install CCC ONE
CCC ONE Appraisal Platform version 4.5 and above - Installation Guide 2016 CCC Information Services Inc. All rights reserved. CCC ONE and the CCC ONE logo are .
Aug 08, 2016 · CCC ONE Update Manager and CCC ONE Program, Data, and Graphics. Estimated time: 20 minutes, depending on the computer hardware, and the Internet connection. 1. The Product Information screen lists important reminders about installing CCC ONE. Carefully read the information and click Next when you are ready to continue. 2. If you are installing .
helping the environment, the CCC helped construct visitor services that are still in use today. Thousands of picnic shelters, camp sites, cabins, lodges, trails, and roads were built by these men. The CCC at Fort HancockMary Rasa www.GardenStateLegacy.com Issue 29 September 2015 An example of a regulation CCC foot locker. courtesy CCC Legacy .
CCC Tires should be inflated to 41 psi. CCC Any retaining straps should be removed from the top auger. CCC Close dump door on bottom auger tube. (Leave this door open when not in use to allow for water drainage.) CCC Make sure sufficient counter weights are used on tractor front end. CCC Move tractor draw bar to shortest position.
CCC Tires should be inflated to 26 psi. CCC Any retaining straps should be removed from the top auger. CCC Close dump door on bottom auger tube. (Leave this door open when not in use to allow for water drainage.) CCC Make sure sufficient counter weights are used on tractor front end. CCC Move tractor draw bar to shortest position.