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COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2021-2022 CATALOG

Frequently Called Phone Numbers (Area code 559) Madera Community College Main Switchboard . 675-4800 Bookstore. 675-4837 Disabled Students Programs & Services. 675-4864 Instruction (Office of). 675-4881 Library/Learning Resource Center. 675-4835 Madera Community College at Oakhurst Main Switchboard . 683-3940

1 MADERA COMMUNITY COLLEGE Madera Community College at Oakhurst 2021 - 2022 Catalog 30277 Avenue 12 Madera, CA 93638 www.maderacollege.edu A public two-year college of the State Center Community College District

2 Catalog Statement This publication is intended to serve students and prospective students as a guide to program planning, institutional services and regulations for attendance at this institution. This catalog becomes effective with the Fall 2021 semester and ends with the Summer 2022 semester, unless otherwise amended. The college reserves the right to adjust conditions of enrollment, class offerings and services rendered as dictated by the limits of institutional resources and enrollment conditions. Students are held individually responsible for the information contained in the catalog. Failure to read and comply with college regulations will not exempt students from whatever penalties may incur. Reference copies of the catalog are available in the Library, Counseling Center, Admissions and Records Office, on-line, and in the offices of the Vice President of Learning and Student Success and educational advisors. Students are encouraged to purchase and use their own copy of the catalog. Personal copies are for sale in the Madera Community College Center Bookstore. Madera Community College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, including the filing of complaints against member institutions, can be found at: www.accjc.org. PROGRAM ACCREDITOR/LICENSURES STATUS Child Development Centers National Association for the Education of Young Children https://www.naeyc.org Current Nursing Assistant California Department of Public Health https://www.cdph.ca.gov Current Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians http://www.bvnpt.ca.gov Current Licensed Vocational Nursing (LVN) to Registered Nurse (RN) California Board of Registered Nursing http://www.rn.ca.gov Current Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Department of Consumers Affairs, Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology & Hearing Aid Dispensers Board Current 2021-2022 Catalog

3 President’s Message On behalf of our faculty and staff, welcome to Madera Community College! At Madera Community College, we are committed to your academic and personal success. Whether you are attending Madera Community College to earn an associate degree, complete a workforce certificate, upgrade job skills, or transfer to a four-year institution, we can assist you in creating an educational plan to help reach your goals. Madera Community College offers 99 degrees and certificates in a wide array of transfer and career areas. We provide a range of student support services, opportunities to explore career options, and a variety of engaging student activities. I encourage you to use as many of these resources as possible to get the most out of your college experience. Dr. Ángel Reyna President Students on both our Madera and Oakhurst campuses are why we exist. Our mission is: “Empowering our students to succeed in an ever-changing world.” Part of this mission is to create an equitable learning environment that is welcoming and inclusive of all students. To this end, we commit to transforming ourselves into an antiracist institution that is community centered. And we invite you on this journey with us. On a final note, please stay connected with us! We know that while increased online services and courses have many benefits, there are challenges as well. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call our knowledgeable support staff at (559) 675-4800. Our faculty and staff are committed to walking alongside you every step of the way. Best wishes for a successful academic year and college career. Go Mountain Lions! @maderacc @oakhurstccc @maderacc @oakhurstccc @MaderaCommunityCollege @OakhurtCommunityCollegeCenter Go Mountain Lions! Ángel Reyna, Ed.D President 2021-2022 Catalog

4 Contents Contents INTRODUCTION Mission Statement. 8 Student Success. 8 Vision. 8 General Education Learning Outcomes. 8 History of Madera Community College . 8 History of Madera Community College at Oakhurst. 9 The District. 9 STUDENT RIGHT TO KNOW.10 ACADEMIC CALENDAR Fall Semester 2021. 11 Spring Semester 2022. 11 Summer Semester 2022. 11 ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION Admission of Students. 12 General Admission. 12 Provisional Admission. 12 Readmission. 12 Transfer Admission. 12 International Admission. 12 Community College High School Enrichment Program. 13 Summary of Admission Requirements. 13 Application for Admission. 13 Who Needs to Apply?. 13 High School Enrichment/Dual Enrollment Admission. 13 Residency. 13 In-State. 13 Out-of-State/International. 14 Exemption from Nonresident Tuition (AB-540). 14 Matriculation. 14 Exemptions. 14 Appeals Procedure. 14 Student Success/Matriculation Checklist. 15 Matriculation Exemptions. 16 Advising. 16 2021-2022 Catalog Registration. 16 Assignment of Registration Dates. 16 Concurrent College Enrollment. 16 Intra-District Transfer. 16 Class Schedule Change. 16 Student Fees. 17 Enrollment Fees. 17 Nonresident and International Tuition. 17 Instructional Materials Fee. 17 Health Fee. 17 Parking Fee. 18 Transcript Fee. 18 Associated Student Government Fee. 18 Madera Community College Associated Student Government Representation Fee . 18 Credit by Exam Fee. 18 Refund to Students. 18 Refund Fee Processing. 18 Refund of Enrollment Fees and Tuition. 19 Primary Term-Length 18-week Classes . 19 Summer/Short-Term Classes. 19 Refund of Health Fee. 19 Refund of Parking Fee. 19 Refund of Associated Student Government Membership. 19 ACADEMIC REGULATIONS Units of Academic Credit. 20 Course Load. 20 Summer Units Allowed. 20 Attendance. 20 Illness. 20 Makeup Work. 21 Grading System. 21 Evaluative Symbols. 21 Non-evaluation Symbols. 21 I, Incomplete. 21 W, Withdrawal.22 EW, Excused Withdrawals.22 MW, Military Withdrawal.22

Contents IP, In Progress.22 RD, Report Delayed.22 P/NP, Pass/No Pass .22 Deadlines for selecting (or reversing) the Pass/No Pass grading option.22 Grade Point Average (GPA).22 Student Grade Review Petition. 23 Non-Credit Classes. 23 Final Examinations. 23 Earning Course and Unit Credit. 23 Advanced Placement Program Credit (AP). 23 Advanced Placement Exams (AP) Chart. 24 Dual Enrollment. 26 Cooperative Work Experience. 26 Credit by Examination. 26 Credit for Military Service. 26 Travel-Study Credit. 27 Withdrawal/Dropping. 27 Dropping (Withdrawal from) a Class. 27 Withdrawal from College. 27 Dropping/Withdrawal Due to Extenuating Circumstances. 27 Reports to Students. 28 Early Alert Report . 28. Progress Report. 28 Final Grade Reports. 28 Certifications of Enrollment. 28 Satisfactory Scholarship. 28 Course Repetition. 28 Alleviation of Substandard Grades. 28 Alleviation by Repetition of a Course for a Better Grade. 29 Repetition of courses designated as repeatable. 29 Petition to repeat a course for improvement of an unsatisfactory grade. 29 Repetition of courses with a Non-Evaluative Symbol. 29 Exceptions. 29 Repetition of Courses with a Non-Substandard Grade. 29 Repeatable Courses. 29 Legally Mandated Training. 29 Special Course Repetition for Students with Disabilities. 29 Alleviation of Substandard Grades without Repetition. 30 Repetition of Courses Successfully Completed. 30 Probation and Dismissal. 30 Probation. 30 Placement on Progress Probation. 30 Removal from Progress Probation. 30 Placement on Academic Probation. 30 Removal from Academic Probation. 30 Counseling for Probationary Students. 30 Academic/Progress Dismissal. 31 Appeal of Academic or Progress Dismissal. 31 Exceptions. 31 Readmission Following Academic/Progress Dismissal. 31 Honors and Awards. 32 Dean’s List. 32 Honors at Graduation. 32 Summa Cum Laude. 32 Magna Cum Laude. 32 Cum Laude. 32 Alpha Gamma Sigma, an Honor Society. 32 CERTIFICATE AND DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Catalog Rights.33 Course Classification.33 Certificates .33 Certificate of Achievement.33 Graduation Requirements.33 Associate Degrees.33 General Education for the AA/AS Degree.34 Natural Sciences.34 Social and Behavioral Sciences.34 Humanities.34 Language and Rationality.34 Multiple Degrees.34 Requirements for AA and AS Degrees.34 General Education for the Associate Degree. 35 Area A - Natural Sciences. 35 Area B - Social and Behavioral Sciences. 35 Area C - Humanities. 35 Area D - Language and Rationality. 35 Area E - Lifetime Wellness. 36 Area F - Government and American Institutions. 36 Area G - Communicaiton. 36 Application for Certificate or Graduation. 36 Certificates of Achievement, Certificates of Completion, Certificates of Competency, and Certificates. 36 TRANSFER INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS Preparation to Enter Baccalaureate-Level Colleges or Universities . 37 Articulation. 37 Articulation System Stimulating Inter-Institutional Student Transfer (ASSIST). 37 2021-2022 Catalog 5

6 Contents Transfer to California State University (CSU).38 Transfer Requirements of California State University (CSU) .38 Lower Division Admission Requirements. 38 Upper Division Transfer Students.38 California State University Transfer Course List (CSU). 38 General Education Requirements for CSU Certification. 38 Madera Community College CSU General EducationBreadth 2021-2022. 39 Area A: Communication in the English Language and Critical Thinking. 39 Area B: Physical Universe and its Life Forms. 39 Area C: Arts, Literature, Philosophy and Foreign Language. 39 Area D: Social, Political and Economic Institutions and Behavior, Historical Background. 39 Area E: Lifelong Understanding and Self-Development.40 U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals.40 Transfer to University of California (UC) .40 Transfer Requirements of UC for California Residents.40 Lower Division Transfer Admission Requirements.40 Upper Division Transfer Admission Requirements. 41 UC Transfer Admission Guarantee. 41 University of California Transfer Course Agreement 2021-2022. 41 Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) to CSU and UC. 42 Madera Community College Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curricula (IGETC) 2021-2022. 42 Area 1: English Communication. 42 Area 2: Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning. 42 Area 3: Arts and Humanities.43 Area 4: Social and Behavioral Sciences.43 Area 5: Physical and Biological Sciences.43 Area 6: UC Requirement in Languages other than English.43 CSU Graduation Requirement in U.S. History, Constitution, and American Ideals.44 Transfer to Private/Independent and Out-of-State Colleges and Universities.44 ADMINISTRATIVE POLICIES Student Conduct Standards.45 State Center Community College District Policy Statement.45 Student Assembly.45 Exercise of Free Expression.45 Student Protests and Demonstration.45 Student Publications.46 Computer/Network Equipment Use Policy. 46 Smoke Free Campus.46 Drug- and Alcohol-Free Campus. 47 2021-2022 Catalog Academic Freedom. 47 General Principles. 47 Textbook Selection. 47 Public Forums. 47 Academic Dishonesty. 47 Cheating.48 Plagiarism.48 Authority and Disciplinary Actions.48 Student Rights .48 Removal from Class by Instructor.48 Grievance Policy for Students.48 Rights and Responsibilities.49 Open Enrollment.49 Student Enrollment Responsibilities.49 Parking Regulations.49 Equal Employment Opportunity Board Policy #3420.49 Statement of Nondiscriminatory Policy and Obligations.49 Non-Discrimination Statement.49 Declaración: Póliza Contra la Discriminación y las Obligaciones.50 Tsab Cai Tsis Pub Muaj Kev Ntxub-ntxaug Thiab Tej Uas Yuav Tsum Tau Ua.50 Family Education Rights and Privacy Act. 51 Sexual Harassment Policy. 51 Change of Address or Telephone Number . 51 Social Security. 51 Other Policies . 51 STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Academic Success Centers. 52 ETC Learning Center. 52 STEM Center. 52 Reading and Writing Center. 52 Bookstore. 52 Refund Policy. 52 Business Services Office .53 Cafeteria.53 CalWORKs.53 Career, Transfer and Employment Center.53 Transfer Services.53 Career Services.53 Student Employment Services.53 Child Development Center.53 Madera Community College.53 College Police.54 Counseling and Advising Department.54 Disabled Students Programs & Services.54 Learning Disability Services.54 High Tech Center.54 Developmental Services Classes.54 Transition to College Program.54

Contents Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS).54 NextUp Program.55 Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE). 55 Financial Aid.55 Financial Aid and Scholarships.55 Return of Title IV Financial Aid Funds.55 Satisfactory Progress for Financial Aid.55 Summer Financial Aid.56 Academic Progress Standards for the California College Promise Grant (CCPG) Program.56 Aydua Financiera.56 Ayuda Financiera y Becas.56 Reembolso de Ayuda Financiera Federal a Caua de Desercion Total.56 Avance Satisfactorio de la Ayuda Financiera.56 Health Services. 57 Psychological Services. 57 Library - Learning Resources Center. 57 Madera Community College. 57 Lost and Found. 57 Other. 57 Student Insurance. 57 Office of Marketing and Communications.58 Photo and Videotape Policy.58 Student Employment.58 Student Support Services Program(SSS).58 Veterans Services.58 Financial Aid and Scholarships.58 Application Process.59 Approved Majors.59 Evaluation of Previous Educational/Training CFR S21.4253 (D) (3).59 Standards of Progress, CFR S21.4253 (D) (1) (II).59 Veterans Dependent Fee Waiver.59 Pending Payment Compliance.59 STUDENT ACTIVITIES Student Activities.60 Clubs and Organizations.60 Organization of New Clubs.60 ASSOCIATE DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS TABLE. 61 ASSOCIATE DEGREE AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS. 79 COURSE DESCRIPTION INFORMATION Course Description Information. 122 Course Description, Numbering, Classification. 122 Units or Credit Value. 122 Course Numbering. 122 Course Identification Numbering System (C-ID). 122 Course Repetition. 122 Class Periods. 123 Course Certification.

MADERA COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Madera Community College at Oakhurst. 2021 - 2022 Catalog. 30277 Avenue 12 Madera, CA 93638 www.maderacollege.edu. A public two-year college of the State Center Community College District

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