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GENERAL INFORMATIONPayment of Tuition & Fees• Tuition rates for the Fall 2011 semester are established by the VirginiaCommunity College System and are subject to change. Tuition rates atthe time of publication are indicated in the "Tuition and Fees" section.• Paying tuition and fees: Students must pay their tuition and fees asindicated on page 1. The College accepts payments via cash, check,money order, Visa and MasterCard. Visa and MasterCard paymentscan be made via the web site using the Student Information System inmyTyler (www.jtcc.edu/myTyler).• Students who do not pay their tuition and fees when due will bedeleted from all of their classes and will need to re-enroll should theirclasses still be available.• Students will be charged $35 for returned checks due to "insufficientfunds" regardless of "stop payment orders" placed by their banks. Ifthe returned check fee is not paid within 10 days, the fee will increaseto $50.Establishing Virginia Domicile (In-State Tuition)Students are classified as in-state or out-of-state depending uponthe information they provide the institution on their Applicationsfor Admission. An individual must demonstrate residency in Virginiaand intend to remain in Virginia indefinitely to establish domicile.After meeting the requirements to establish domicile, a person mustcontinue to be domiciled in Virginia for at least 12 months precedingthe first day of classes. NOTE: Domicile appeals submitted afterJuly 20, 2011 will not be considered until after September 12, 2011.Appellants will have to pay out-of-state tuition pending the review oftheir appeals after September 12, 2011.Tuition and Fees RefundStudents may drop classes and receive tuition refunds through the first15 percent of the class session. Students must submit Registration/Schedule Change forms to Admissions and Records to drop fromclasses, or they may go online to the Student Information Systemin myTyler (www.jtcc.edu/myTyler) to drop classes. It is a student’sresponsibility to ascertain the correct refund deadlines for all of his orher classes. The policy is not applicable to noncredit courses.No tuition refunds will be granted after the specified refund dates.Withdrawing without Academic PenaltyStudents may withdraw from classes without academic penaltythrough the first 60 percent of the class session. To withdraw from aclass, students may go to the Admissions and Records office on eithercampus, submit a fax to 804-796-4362 or 804-594-1543, or e-mailadmissionsandrecords@jtcc.edu using their VCCS student e-mailaccount. Students cannot withdraw online in myTyler.Financial AidA variety of financial aid packages are available at John Tyler, includinggrants, loans and work-study. To be considered for financial aid for theFall 2011 semester, a student must meet the following requirements:• Be formally admitted in an approved degree or certificatecurriculum.• Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Thiscan be done online (www.fafsa.gov).• List John Tyler Community College (Code 004004) in the StudentRelease Section on the FAFSA.• Submit any other information requested by the Financial Aid Officeto update or correct a student’s FAFSA.All of these requirements must be met by 5:00 p.m. on July 8, 2011.After this date, students should be prepared to pay for tuition, feesand books from personal funds. Financial aid awards will be made ona weekly basis after the above deadline. Students who are awardedaid after paying tuition and fees and purchasing books with personalfunds will be reimbursed once their awards have been disbursed to theCollege.All financial aid-related notifications will be communicated to youthrough your John Tyler Community College (JTCC) e-mail. It isimportant that you monitor your JTCC e-mail and myTyler accounts ona regular basis for the most up-to-date financial aid notifications.Veterans AffairsVeterans, active service members, members of the Guard or Reserve,and their dependents are encouraged to contact the Office of VeteransAffairs for information and educational benefits at JTCC.Disabilities Support ServicesStudents with documented disabilities who require assistance shouldcontact the Counseling Center at least 30 days prior to the beginning ofclasses. Persons who desire instructional accommodations for the Fall2011 semester must make appointments with counselors prior toJuly 18, 2011.Concurrent Enrollment of High School StudentsHigh school students and other persons under 17 years of age mayenroll at the College with the permission of the dean of studentservices. These students must satisfy the admission requirementsexpected of all students, as well as provide the institution with lettersof permission to enroll from their principals or designees and parents.Concurrent enrollment is restricted to high school juniors and seniors.Exceptional cases require the approval of the College president.Dual Enrollment StudentsHigh school students who wish to enroll in John Tyler courses offeredat their high schools must satisfy all general admission requirementsand submit a letter of permission from their high school principals.Students who are interested in dual enrollment courses should call804-706-5170. Dual enrollment is restricted to high school juniors andseniors. Exceptional cases require the approval of the College president.Home-Schooled StudentsHome-schooled students may enroll at the College with the permissionof the dean of student services. These students must satisfy theadmission requirements expected of all students, as well as providethe institution with documentation indicating authorization fromthe responsible jurisdiction permitting the student to engage inhome schooling and with a letter of permission to enroll from theirparents. Home-schooled students must apply and submit all requireddocumentation at least 14 days prior to the beginning of the semesterin which they wish to enroll. Enrollment is restricted to home-schooledstudents studying at the high school junior or senior levels. Exceptionalcases require the approval of the College president.Persons without High School Diplomas or GEDsPersons over the age of 18 who do not have high school diplomas orGED certificates may not register for classes until they demonstrate anability-to-benefit from instruction as defined by the U.S. Department ofEducation. Such students must make appointments with counselorsafter submitting their Applications for Admission.Senior CitizensTo qualify for the senior citizens educational benefit, students must beat least 60 years of age. Such students must complete waiver forms inthe Admissions and Records Office. Eligible students may register forclasses on the first day of their classes.International StudentsJohn Tyler Community College does not issue I-20 forms or enrollstudents with F-1 visas. Applicants currently in the United States withother eligible visas must submit Applications for Admission and copiesof their visas and other supporting documents to Admissions andRecords at least 45 days prior to the beginning of the semester in whichthey wish to enroll.Active Duty Military Spouses and DependentsSee our web site for more information - www.jtcc.edu/militarydependents.FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 3


GENERAL INFORMATIONInternet & Hybrid CoursesInternet CoursesInternet courses are designated in the schedule with an “N” in thesection number (e.g., ACC 211-N1A); they are also labeled as “virtual”in the location information. Most internet courses do not requireclassroom attendance and course materials are accessible to studentsin Blackboard. Instructors interact with students using their virtualclassroom space which includes announcements, discussion forums,synchronous chats (real time, online at the same time) and audio and/or video components. All students are required to take at least twoproctored activities (such as exams, labs, etc.) on campus. Internetcourses require students to meet certain technology requirements,including having regular internet access and basic computer skills. Formore information, please visit www.jtcc.edu/internet. After registering,please go to www.jtcc.edu/myTyler for information on Blackboard.Courses will be made available to students starting the first week ofclasses.If you need assistance with Blackboard or student e-mail, go towww.jtcc.edu and click on “help.”Stay tied to Tyler.www.facebook.com/johntylerccwww.youtube.com/johntylercommcollegewww.jtcc.edu/blogsHybrid CoursesHybrid courses are designated in the schedule with an “R” in the sectionnumber (e.g., ACC 211-R1A). They require both traditional classroomattendance and online coursework. They are labeled as both “virtual”and “regular” in the location information. After registering, pleasego to www.jtcc.edu/myTyler for information on the online portion ofyour course in Blackboard. If you need assistance with Blackboard orstudent e-mail, go to www.jtcc.edu and click on “help.”Career PathwaysComputer Short Courses. Computer short courses, like professionaldevelopment courses, are designated in the schedule with a “P” inthe section number (e.g., ITE 101-P1A). Computer short courses areone-credit (16 hours) courses on current software packages. While notin-depth courses, they provide students with the opportunity to "learnthe basics." These classes meet for two consecutive Saturdays. Studentshave until the end of the first class to withdraw from the class.Non-attendance at the first session will result in a student beingdeleted from the class. Non-attendance at the second session mayresult in a failing grade.Professional Development Courses. Professional developmentcourses, like computer short courses, are designated in the schedulewith a “P” in the section number (e.g., EDU 295-P1B). Professionaldevelopment courses provide students with the opportunity toupgrade technology skills, meet recertification requirements, orexplore new interests. Regular classroom attendance is required as perthe stated college attendance policy.Having trouble picturingyour future?Let the VirginiaEducation Wizard help.This new online tool can help you choosea career, give you information on how topursue that goal, and provide tools you’llneed to plan your education.Put the Wizard to work for you.Visit www.vawizard.org.Old Dominion University (ODU), in partnership with John TylerCommunity College, offers students a chance to complete bachelor's,master's and some doctoral degrees through the ODU Teletechnet sitein Chester. Classes are available through live satellite transmissionsfrom ODU’s main campus as well as in online and video streamedformats. Programs are available in communications, health sciences,business, engineering technology, criminal justice, human services,psychology and education fields. For more information, please call804-796-4463, e-mail ttnjtcc@odu.edu, or come to the Chester Campus,Moyar Hall, room M222. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.,Monday – Friday, and by appointment.4 FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE


With myTyler you canaccess your student information,online courses and e-mail – all in onelocation and with one login. UsemyTyler to register for classes, payfor your courses, view your academicprogress, participate in onlinecourses and discussion groups,view your financial aid, send e-mailfrom your VCCS account, access theVirginia Education Wizard and more.Ready to get started? go to www.jtcc.edu/myTyler.Get involved!Join a student organization.Find out what John Tyler Community College has to offer.Visit www.jtcc.edu/studentactivities, and click on student groups.FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 5


1 daya week1/3the costUp to15 credithoursIntroducing Full-time Fridaysat John Tyler Community CollegeWith Full-time Fridays, earn up to 15 hours of generaleducation credits by attending classes solely on Fridays.All classes are hybrid courses, so they are taught partiallyin the classroom and partially online. If you enroll in 12credit hours, that’s a full-time schedule with just one visita week to campus. Learn more atwww.youtube.com/johntylercommcollege, and seehow Full-Time Fridays can fit your life.Definingyourfuture.CHESTER CAMPUSFull-time Fridays Fall 2011 coursesMIDLOTHIAN CAMPUSBIO 101 R04A 8:00 – 10:45 A.M. 4 creditsBUS 100 R01A 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsCST 110 R01A 2:30 – 3:45 P.M. 3 creditsENG 111 R01A 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsENG 111 R02A 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 3 creditsHIS 121 R01A 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 3 creditsHIS 121 R02A 12:30 – 1:45 P.M. 3 creditsHLT 106 R01A 2:30 – 3:45 P.M. 2 creditsHLT 116 R01A 11:00 – 12:15 P.M. 2 creditsHLT 143 R01A 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsHLT 230 R01A 1:00 – 2:15 P.M. 3 creditsITE 115 R01A 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 3 creditsITE 115 R02A 2:30 – 3:45 P.M. 3 creditsMTH 163 R01A 1:00 – 2:15 P.M. 3 creditsSDV 100 47A 2:30 – 3:45 P.M. 1 creditSOC 200 R01A 1:00 – 2:15 P.M. 3 creditsong>Haveong>ong>plansong> onFriday?www.jtcc.eduACC 211 R01B 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 3 creditsART 101 R01B 1:00 – 2:15 P.M. 3 creditsBIO 101 R01B 1:00 – 3:45 P.M. 4 creditsBUS 100 R01B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsECO 201 R01B 12:30 – 1:45 P.M. 3 creditsENG 111 R01B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsENG 112 R01B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsHIS 121 R01B 8:00 – 9:15 A.M. 3 creditsHIS 121 R02B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsHLT 106 R01B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 2 creditsHLT 116 R01B 1:00 – 2:15 P.M. 2 creditsHLT 143 R01B 2:30 – 3:45 P.M. 3 creditsHLT 230 R01B 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 3 creditsITE 115 R01B 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 3 creditsITE 115 R02B 12:30 – 1:45 P.M. 3 creditsITE 215 R01B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsLGL 110 R01B 1:00 – 2:15 P.M. 3 creditsMTH 163 R01B 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 3 creditsMTH 240 R01B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 3 creditsSDV 100 M49B 9:30 – 10:45 A.M. 1 creditSDV 100 M50B 11:00 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. 1 creditSOC 200 R01B 2:30 – 3:45 P.M. 3 credits6 FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE


What you need to know as a new studentBefore registering for classes, you must:• Apply online at www.jtcc.edu, click on “Apply Now.”• Take placement tests in English and mathematics(required of most new students).Testing Services LocationsChester – Moyar Hall, M135Midlothian – Academic Building, A117Visit www.jtcc.edu/testing to learn more aboutplacement tests, costs, and Testing Services’ hours.Ready to choose your classes?For the most accurate list of classes currentlyavailable, visit www.jtcc.edu/schedule.If you are unsure of the courses you want or need totake, schedule an appointment with the CounselingCenter.Chester – Moyar Hall, M107804-706-5224Midlothian – Administration Building, B116804-594-1558How to registerOnline using the Student Information System inmyTyler (www.jtcc.edu/mytyler).In-person at the Admissions and Records office.Chester – Moyar Hall, M101Midlothian – Administration Building, B106Important Note: If you are registering in-person, youmust bring a completed add/drop form (available inAdmissions and Records and Counseling) filled outwith the following information:• Your ID#• Your name• Information for each class you want, including:course #, class prefix and number, section number• Your signature• Alternate class choices in case the course you wantis fullPaying for classesNow that you’ve registered for classes, don’t lose thembecause of failure to pay your tuition and fees. If youdon’t pay your tuition and fees by the deadline, youwill be dropped from your classes.• General RegistrationMake sure your tuition and fees are paid by theFriday of the week in which you register.• After the semester startsIf you register for a class after the semester begins,tuition is due on the day you register.Tuition and fees may be paid:Online through the Student Information System inmyTyler (www.jtcc.edu/myTyler).In-person at the Business Office located at:Chester – Goyne Hall, A102Midlothian – Administration Building, B115Frequently Asked QuestionsAre you a financial aid student?If so, you should not register for classes until you havereceived your award letter detailing your financial aideligibility or reviewed your financial aid awards onlinevia the Student Information System in myTyler.Are you a high school student under the age of 17 orare you a home-schooled student?You may enroll at the College after receiving thepermission of the dean of student services and successfulcompletion of placement testing.Chester – Moyar Hall, M107e804-706-5209Midlothian – Administration Building, B213804-594-1565Are you a high school student 17 years of age or older?Before you may register for classes, your add/drop form(available in Admissions and Records and Counselingoffices) must be signed by a College counselor.Chester – Moyar Hall, M107804-706-5224Midlothian – Administration Building, B116804-594-1558ong>Haveong> you been suspended from another institution?If you answered yes to this question, your add/drop form(available in Admissions and Records and Counselingoffices) must be signed by a College counselor.Chester – Moyar Hall, M107804-706-5224Midlothian – Administration Building, B116804-594-1558ong>Haveong> you been dismissed from another institution?If you answered yes to this question, you must writea letter to the dean of student services requestingpermission to attend John Tyler.Other ResourcesFinancial Aid OfficeChester – Goyne Hall, A103706-5236Midlothian – Academic Building, A110594-1550For more information, visit www.jtcc.edu/financialaid.Bookstore Locations:Chester – Nicholas Student Center, N101796-1515Midlothian – Science Building, C104594-0437For more information, visit www.jtcc.edu/bookstore.FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 7


PROGRAMS OF STUDYat JOHN TYLER COMMUNITY COLLEGETransfer Degree ProgramsAssociate of Science Degrees• Business Administration• Engineering• General StudiesPsychology SpecializationScience SpecializationTeacher Education Specialization• Information SystemsAssociate of Arts Degree• Liberal ArtsCommunications SpecializationInternational Education SpecializationMusic SpecializationTheatre Arts SpecializationAssociate of Applied Arts Degree• Visual ArtsPhotography and Film SpecializationVisual CommunicationsSpecializationAssociate of Applied ScienceDegreeS• Accounting• Architectural Engineering Technology• Business Management• Early Childhood DevelopmentTeacher Assistant Specialization• Funeral Services• Human ServicesCriminology TrackDisabilities TrackForensics TrackGerontology TrackSocial Work Track• Information TechnologyCisco Network TrackComputer Applications TrackNetwork Support TrackProgram Development Track• Mechanical Engineering TechnologyMechatronics TechnicianSpecialization• NursingTraditional TrackHybrid Distance Education Track• Police ScienceHomeland Security Specialization• Technical StudiesHeating, Ventilation and AirConditioning TrackIndustrial Electricity TrackMechanical Maintenance TrackPrecision Machining TechnologyTrackPrecision Machining ComputerNumerical Control (CNC) TrackResidential Electricity TrackWelding TrackCertificates• Building Construction• Child Care• Fine Arts• General Education• Homeland Security• Pre-B.S.N. (beginning Spring 2012)• Precision Machining Technology• WeldingCareer Studies Certificates• Accounting• Administration of Justice• Adult Home Administration• Allied Health Preparation,Pre-Funeral Services• Allied Health Preparation,Pre-Nursing• Applied Technology• Athletic Coaching• Basic Precision MachiningTechnology• Bereavement and Grief Counseling• Business Information Management• Child Care Management• Cisco Network• Civil Engineering Computer-AidedDrafting• Computer-Aided Drafting• Computer Applications• Computer Numerical Control• Early Childhood• Electricity• Emergency Medical Services – Basic• Emergency Medical Services– Intermediate• Funeral Home Management• Geographic Information Systems• Heating and Air Conditioning• Human Services Administration andSupervision• Industrial Electricity• Mechanical Maintenance• Network Support• Paralegal Studies• Phlebotomy• Program Development• Residential Electricity• Small Business Management• Substance Abuse Assistant• Supervision• Surveying• Web Design• Welding8Start writing your own success story today. If you areinterested in finding out how John Tyler Community Collegecan help you define your future, visit our web site to learnmore about the College’s programs, services and people.www.jtcc.eduRevised 5/2011


MIDLOTHIAN CAMPUSSTUDENT DEVELOPMENT___________________________________________________________________SDV 100 College Success Skills 1Students will be required to attend three distinct, verifiable, instructor-approved activities in addition to regular class sessions.26942 M42B Tu 8:30 AM-9:45 AM Midlothian Academic A101 08/30/2011-10/25/2011 R. Varney26943 M43B Tu 4:00 PM-5:15 PM Midlothian Academic A115 08/30/2011-10/25/2011 T. Dees26944 M47B Th 8:30 AM-9:45 AM Midlothian Academic A115 09/01/2011-10/20/2011 P. Sorrell26945 M49B F 9:30 AM-10:45 AM Midlothian Academic A113 09/02/2011-10/21/2011 M. Axisa26946 M50B F 11:00 AM-12:15 PM Midlothian Academic A113 09/02/2011-10/21/2011 J. Strohm27475 M51B Tu 8:30 AM-9:45 AM Midlothian Academic A119 08/30/2011-10/25/2011 M. Hubbard27476 M52B W 11:30 AM-12:45 PM Midlothian Academic A115 08/31/2011-10/19/2011 M. Stevens-Davis27477 M53B W 2:30 PM-3:45 PM Midlothian Academic A115 08/31/2011-10/19/2011 B. Watson27478 M54B Th 2:30 PM-3:45 PM Midlothian Academic A113 09/01/2011-10/20/2011 M. Axisa26947 M60B Tu 5:00 PM-6:15 PM Midlothian Academic A101 08/30/2011-10/25/2011 M. Hilliar26948 M61B W 5:00 PM-6:15 PM Midlothian Academic A115 08/31/2011-10/19/2011 B. Emison27543 M62B F 9:30 AM-11:30 AM Midlothian Academic A223 10/28/2011-12/09/2011 J. StrohmSDV 100-M62B classroom meeting dates are: Oct. 28; Nov. 4, 11, 18; Dec. 2 and 9. Students will be required to attend three distinct, verifiable, instructor-approved activities in additionto regular class sessions.27544 M63B F 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Midlothian Academic A223 10/28/2011-12/09/2011 B. EmisonSDV 100-M63B classroom meeting dates are: Oct. 28; Nov. 4, 11, 18; Dec. 2 and 9. Students will be required to attend three distinct, verifiable, instructor-approved activities in additionto regular class sessions.SDV 101 Orientation to Future Teachers 1Students will be required to attend three distinct, verifiable, instructor-approved activities in addition to regular class sessions.38494 M48B W 2:30 PM-3:45 PM Midlothian Academic A113 Regular B. HarrisonENG 271The Works of ShakespeareExplore the selected works ofShakespeare. This is an essentialcourse for English majors andlovers of great literature. Takeit this semester to fulfill yourliterature, humanities or generalelective requirements.Course offered in the convenient hybrid format.ShakespeareFALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 57


Think music = life?Interested in music or music education? Introducingthe A.A. in liberal arts, music specialization—anew transfer degree. Take all of the freshmanand sophomore requirements, including foreignlanguage courses, at John Tyler before you transferto a four-year college or university to earn yourbachelor’s degree.John Tyler offers:MUS 101/MUS 102Basic Musicianship I – IIMUS 111/MUS 112Music Theory I – IIMUS 121/MUS 122Music Appreciation I – IIMUS 131/MUS 132Classic Voice I – IIMUS 225The History of JazzSpecial Business Elective:BUS 295 Topics in Leadership.Learn about leadership in today’s competitive environmentin this online elective course. You’ll evaluate leadershipin for-profit and non-profit organizations and, using apopular press book versus a traditional textbook, exploreleadership styles by reading about real leaders past andpresent. Expect lively discussions and engaging topicsthat will illuminate your understanding of leadership, thedifference between leading and managing and how themany styles of leadership can alter paths for the individualand the business.3 credit course offered online using resources inBlackboard and from the web.Whole Wide World@ your library ®Find knowledge and research tools at theJohn Tyler Community College Library.Chester CampusMoyar Hallroom M216Midlothian CampusScience Buildingroom C202tyleralerTBe in the know –sign up for Tyler Alert.Tyler Alert allows you to receive urgenttext messages and e-mails in emergencysituations.Registering is simple and free.Subscribe today.Visit www.jtcc.edu/tyleralert.online at library.jtcc.edu58 FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE


Introducing…CCWA is BUILDING THEREGION’S WORKFORCEwith hundreds of career developmentcourses, targeted industry certificationsand workplace skills assessments!Learn it today. Use it tomorrow!Offering Virginia’s Career Readiness Certificate… a toolcertifying that a job applicant has the basic math, readingand information-gathering skills required to be successful inmost jobs.ong>Haveong> your next meeting at CCWA…Nearly 20 classrooms,computer labs, meeting and banquet spaces in three convenientlocations. CCWA’s facilities offer free parking and the latesttechnology to meet your needs!www.RichmondGate.orgCOMMUNITY COLLEGE WORKFORCE ALLIANCE (CCWA) – theregional partnership combining the workforce development efforts ofJohn Tyler Community College and J. Sargeant Reynolds CommunityCollege. Annually, CCWA courses provide workforce training to morethan 15,000 individuals representing more than 1,000 employers.Classes include, but are not limited to: Management & Supervision• Teacher Education with EducateVA.com • Industry CertificationsPrep: Healthcare • Green Industry • APICS (Operations Management) •IT Programming/Systems/Networking • Project Management •Contractor/Tradesmen Licensing • ISO & Productivity • Manufacturing& Engineering • English as a Second Language (ESL) • Truck DriverTraining • Quality Improvement • Customer Service • Human ResourceManagement • Career Counseling • Writing and Communications •Technology (including Microsoft IT Academy) • Workplace Spanish• Career Development Webinars … and much more!Custom-designed courses, consulting and skill assessments!New, established or expanding businesses, employed or dislocatedworkers…CCWA fits your trAining needs! WWW.CCWAtrAining.org • 804-523-2292FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 59


VALIDIS BOOKSTOREAT JOHN TYLER COMMUNITY COLLEGEMIDLOTHIAN CAMPUSBOOKSTOREScience Building, Room C104804-594-0437REGULAR HOURS:Monday & Tuesday:8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Wednesday & Thursday:8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.Friday:8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.CHESTER CAMPUSBOOKSTORENicholas Student Center, Room N101804-796-1515REGULAR HOURS:Monday & Tuesday:8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.Wednesday & Thursday:8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Friday:8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.BACK TO SCHOOL EXTENDED HOURS(both locations)August 15 - 27Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.FREETUTORINGThe Student Success Center offers tutoringin various subjects free of charge to all JohnTyler students!Monday – Thursday: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Chester Campus, Moyar Hall, room 208804-706-5087Midlothian Campus, Academic Building, room 208804-594-1542New, used and rentals!www.jtccbooks.comGet online tutoring at jtcc.askonline.net.JOHN TYLERDISCOVERCOMMUNITYCOLLEGETHE GLOBALCLASSROOMEach summer, John Tyler Community College offers unique travel and learning experiencesto its students, faculty, staff and the community. Earn college credit or teacher recertifcationcredits as you immerse yourself in cultures from around the globe.In Summer 2012:Hawaii: Adventures in Nursing, Nutrition and TechnologyExplore Hawaii and its rich history, unique natural beauty and multicultural societywith roots in Polynesia, Asia, North America and Europe. No passport required. Traveltentatively scheduled for late May or early June.Contact: Sherri Deutsch-Atwell (sdeutsch-atwell@jtcc.edu) at 804-622-8711Ancient Greece: In the Footsteps of Gods and HeroesFrom ancient ruins and landmarks to art, mythology and literature, experience howGreek culture and history influenced the modern world. Travel tentatively scheduled forJune 20 – July 6.Contact: David Head (dhead@jtcc.edu) at 804-594-1485Interested? Start saving for your trip now and visitwww.jtcc.edu/internationaleducation for trip information.60 FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE


GotLit?ENG 253African AmericanLiteratureMondays and Wednesdays11:30 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.Chester CampusFulfills a literature,humanities or generalelective requirement.Scholarships!It’s easy to apply for one of the Foundation’s 100+ scholarshipsdesigned to help students pay for tuition, books, and fees.To qualify:• Submit a completed scholarship application package to theJohn Tyler Foundation Office• Possess a 2.5 minimum cumulative GPA• Be enrolled and/or accepted in a curriculum program at JohnTylerong>Haveong> in-state tuition status• Submit a completed Free Application for Federal StudentAid (FAFSA) to the Financial Aid office prior to the scholarshipdeadline (you do not need to qualify for financial aid inorder to receive a scholarship, but a FAFSA must be on file)Mark your calendar!The deadlines are:March 15 - International Studies Scholarships forsummer study abroadMay 1 - Scholarships for the 2012-2013 academic yearTo find out more, go online towww.jtcc.edu/scholarships,or contact Kelly Raines Sullivan at 804-594-1574 orkraines@jtcc.edu.Imagine it.Write it.BACHELOR ofINTERDISCIPLINARYSTUDIESTake ENG 211/212 —Creative writing courses fornew and experienced writers.Learn to write from published authorsJeff Landon and Ashanti Luke.ENG 211/212 offered online, on campusand in the convenient hybrid format.Courses fulfill a humanities or generalelective requirement. Sign up today.Complete your degreepart-time with theconvenience ofevening/weekendclasses in Richmond.Visit the web to signup for an upcomingInformation Session.www.scps.virginia.edu/jtccBISFALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 61


You love writing.Are a master of persuasion.Devour the news like it is candy.Share your life story through posts and photos.Never skip the commercials.Sound like you? Maybe a communications degree is in yourfuture. Start it with an A.A. in liberal arts, communicationsspecialization — a new transfer degree. You’ll get ahead by takingall of the freshman and sophomore requirements, includingforeign language courses, at John Tyler. Then, transfer to a fouryearcollege and university to earn your bachelor’s degree infields like mass communications, journalism or public relations.The John Tyler Community CollegeFoundation invites you to become part ofthe new Giving Tree program. By addinga leaf with your personalized message,you can honor a company, celebrate amilestone or remember a loved one.Gifts support the John Tyler CommunityCollege Annual Fund and providescholarships, faculty support, academicprograms and up-to-date technology andequipment.Visit www.jtcc.edu/givingtreeto place your order today!Introducing the pre-B.S.N.certificate program from John TylerCommunity CollegeSuit up, andgo for the puck.PED 159: Ice HockeyLearn basic hockey skills including hockey rules,how to play, basic skating skills, stick and puckhandling, passing and taking shots. You’ll practicedrills and scrimmage. Classes are every Wednesdayfrom 6:30 – 7:50 p.m. and taught at the RichmondIce Zone. To cover the cost of skate rental and icetime, there is an extra fee of $99.00 payable to theRichmond Ice Zone at the beginning of the course.Students must also have their own helmet andstick. PED 159 is 2 credits.Advance your career with a pre-B.S.N.certificate from John Tyler. It’s designedto help R.N. graduates of a VCCS nursingprogram complete all prerequisite courserequirements for B.S.N. bridge programsat Old Dominion University and VirginiaCommonwealth University. Why completethese prerequisites at John Tyler? You’ll payabout one-third the tuition and fees ofthose charged at Virginia’s four-year publicinstitutions. Plus, Virginia CommonwealthUniversity offers guaranteed admission toJohn Tyler pre-B.S.N. certificate graduateswith qualifying criteria. Email csmith@jtcc.edufor more information.Take advantage of thisopportunity today.62 FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE


Help others, save lives and beinvolved in your community.Become an Emergency Medical Technician. Learn the skillsto help others and save lives through the Department ofEmergency Medical Services at John Tyler CommunityCollege. Train first as an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic.Continue to advance your skills as an Emergency MedicalTechnician-Intermediate. For program information,contact the Division of Health Sciences at 804-768-6611.GLIDEACROSSTHE ICEWITHTHEGRACEOF ASWANPED 139: Ice SkatingLearn basic ice skating skills like stroking, swizzles, crossovers,3-turns, stops and more. Classes are on the ice and in theclassroom every Wednesday from 6:30 – 7:50 p.m. and taught atthe Richmond Ice Zone. To cover the cost of skate rental and icetime, there is an extra fee of $99.00 payable to the Richmond IceZone at the beginning of the course. PED 139 is 2 credits.ODUTELETECHNETOld Dominion University (ODU) in partnership with John Tyler Community Collegeoffers students an opportunity to earn a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degreethrough the ODU Teletechnet site in Chester. Classes are offered via satellite, onlineand in video streamed formats.Programs include bachelor’s and/or master’s degrees in nursing, teacher prep,engineering, business, human services, health sciences, occupational and technicaltraining, criminal justice, and computer science.Applications for spring admission are currently being accepted and must be receivedby November 1 for consideration. Spring registration for new students will beginNovember 19.For an up-to-date list of classes, call 804-796-4463 or e-mail ttnjtcc@odu.edu.For additional information about the ODU Teletechnet site at John Tyler CommunityCollege, including applications, tuition rates, registration restrictions, and details abouton-site admissions decisions, contact Ann Sorensen, site director, or Amy Mayes,assistant director, at 804-796-4463, or visit Moyar Hall, room M222.FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 63


3Old Bermuda RoadJohn Tyler Community CollegeMobile Units at the Chester CampusInterstate Route 95Nicholas StudentCenterVolleyball03 02E FGParking LotAE 1GoyneHallBird HallE8DC01Moyar HallA BE6Parking LotFVolleyballSoccerE2Parking LotBMoyar DriveGodwin HallParking LotCE3E4E5Parking LotDE7Parking LotESoccerJohn Tyler DriveFacilitiesCampus EntranceJefferson Davis Highway US Route 1 / Route 301Mobile Classrooms and OfficesTrailer A EMT Classroom - A1EMT Practical Lab - A2Trailer B Lecture RoomsTrailer C AutoCAD Lab - C1PC Hardware & Repair - C2Trailer D Lecture RoomsTrailer E Developmental Computer Lab - E1Lecture Room - E2Trailer F Lecture RoomsTrailer G Lecture RoomsTrailer 01 Faculty and Staff OfficesTrailer 02 Faculty and Staff OfficesTrailer 03 Faculty and Staff OfficesLEGENDE 5Accessible Parkingor Building EntranceEmergency Call BoxBuilding or Mobile UnitFuture Road ProjectFor more information,call 804-796-4000.64 FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE


Application for AdmissionInstructions (Please Read Carefully)Admission to the CollegeAll new students who wish to enroll in credit classes must complete this application. Students who previously attended but have not enrolled inclasses for the past three years must resubmit application forms. (Note: students who are under 24 years of age and receive one-half or more oftheir financial support from their parents/legal guardians must have their parents/legal guardians sign at the bottom of page 3.) Students whocomplete an application and never enroll within 3 semesters (1 academic year) must reapply.Applications may be submitted in-person at the Admissions and Records Office at either the Chester or Midlothian campuses or mailed to thecampus at which the student intends to take classes:Admissions and Records Office - Chester Campus Admissions and Records Office - Midlothian CampusJohn Tyler Community CollegeJohn Tyler Community College13101 Jefferson Davis Highway 800 Charter Colony ParkwayChester, Virginia 23831-5316 Midlothian, Virginia 23114-4383Admission of Degree/Certificate-Seeking StudentsIn addition to completing and submitting applications, students who wish to be admitted to the following academic programs must provideofficial high school and college transcripts: Allied Health, Nursing and Funeral Services. Students can submit their official college transcripts ifthey plan to request a review for transfer credits from the Admissions and Records Office. Students must complete a Transfer Credit Review formlocated in the Admissions and Records offices at both campuses. Students seeking admission to academic programs also must satisfy placementtestingrequirements. Testing is available on a walk-in basis. On Saturdays, testing is available by appointment only. To find out more,visit www.jtcc.edu/testing. To schedule an appointment for Saturday testing, e-mail testing@jtcc.edu.Note: To be eligible for financial aid, students must be formally admitted to associate degree or certificate programs. To obtain financial aidinformation, please call 804-706-5236 at Chester and 804-594-1550 at Midlothian.Admission as a Nondegree (Noncurricular) StudentStudents who do not wish to pursue degrees, certificates or career studies certificates are not required to submit official transcripts of their prioracademic work but are required to satisfy placement-testing requirements prior to enrolling in English or Mathematics classes.Admission of Suspended/Dismissed StudentsStudents who have been academically suspended from another institution may enroll at John Tyler Community College as a restricted studentafter submitting their college transcripts and copies of their letters of suspension. Students who have been academically dismissed from anyinstitution are normally not admitted. Dismissed students may petition the dean of Student Services and the Academic Status Committee inwriting at least four weeks prior to the first day of classes for exceptions.If you have questions about the application process or require assistance, please call the Admissions and Records Office: Chester Campus,804-706-5220; Midlothian Campus, 804-594-1544.apply online @www.jtcc.educlick on ‘apply now’FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 65


For Office Use OnlyEmpl. ID______________________________IS________________ OS_________________Staff Initial____________________________Date_________________________________Virginia Community College System Application for AdmissionPlease Note: In compliance with the Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry, a portion of this information willbe submitted to the Virginia State Police.1. Name:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Prefix (Mr., Mrs., etc) First Full Middle Last Suffix (Jr. Sr., etc.)2. Social Security Number: ______________ - _______________ - _______________ See privacy statement, which can be obtained in the Admissions and Records Office.3. Former name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________First Full Middle Last4. Date of birth:_________ / ________ / ________(Month) (Day) (Year)5. Which college do you plan to attend? ____________________________________________6. In what type of class will you be enrolling? _______ Credit classes _______ Non-credit classes7. What campus do you plan to attend? ____________________ (If college has more than one campus, indicate the campus you plan to attend.)8. What term will you begin classes? 20____ Term: _____ Fall (Aug-Dec) _____ Spring (Jan-May) _____Summer (May-Aug)9. ong>Haveong> you previously attended, applied for admission to, or been employed by any Virginia community college?_____ Yes ____ No If yes, SIS ID (Empl ID), if known: _________________________10. Primary Phone (include area code): (_______) _________ - _____________11. Mailing address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________(Street) (City) (State) (ZIP) (Country, if not USA)12. Current Residence: ________________________________ (City/County) Provide what you consider to be your location of residence. If you temporarilyrelocated to your current address to get an education, you should provide your previous location.13. ong>Haveong> you lived in Virginia for the last twelve months? ___Yes ___No If no, where else did you live? ________ (US state or foreign country)14. E-mail address: __________________________________________________________ This address will be your unofficial e-mail address; you will beassigned an official e-mail address after enrolling in a qualified class.15. Emergency Contact Information: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________First Name Last Name Relationship Phone Number16. Employer: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________17. Business phone: (____) ______ - ______ ext.: __________18. Ethnicity/Race: Are you Latino/Hispanic? ___Yes ___No What is your race? Select any that apply. ___White ___ Black/African American ___ Asian___ American Indian/Alaskan Native ___Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander ___ I choose not to specify my race19. Gender: __ Male __ Female20. Citizenship Status: __Native __ Naturalized __ Alien Permanent __ Alien Temporary __Not reported or Not living in the U.S.Note: If you have been a U.S. Citizen since birth, choose Native. If you became a U.S. Citizen after birth, choose Naturalized. If you are not a U.S.Citizen, choose one of the types of alien statuses based on your visa: “Alien Permanent,” “Alien Temporary,” or “Not reported or Not living in the US.”Foreign applicants must complete the remainder of the question on Citizen Status.Country of Citizenship: __________________ Permanent Status ____Resident Alien ____Asylum ____Refugee A#:______________Visa Type: ____________________ Visa Expiration Date: _________________________If you chose “Not reported or Not living in the US,” what Visa Status are you requesting? ________________21. Primary Language: _____ English _____ Other22. Military status: ___ No Military Service ___ Spouse ___ Dependent ___Active Duty ___Active Reserves ___ Inactive Reserves ___ Retired___Veteran/VA Ineligible ___Veteran Branch:_________________________________Please complete the rest of this form if you plan to pursue a credit program of study or credit classes. If you wish to be considered for in-state tuition rates, certaincontract rates, or are planning to apply for Senior Citizen benefits, you must also complete the Application for In-State Tuition. If you selected “non-credit” pleasesign and date the application.23. High School Information - Select your level of high school education:____ High School (graduated or currently enrolled) _____Home School (graduated or currently enrolled)____ GED ____No High School Diploma or GED _____Foreign High School66 FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE


High School Details: Name of School Attended/Attending:___________________________________________Located in: ____________________________________________________________________City/County State CountryActual or Anticipated Graduation Date: ____________________ If no HS Diploma or GED enter highest grade completed _____Month Day YearDiploma Type: ___ Standard ___ Modified Standard ___General Achievement ___ Advanced Studies ____Other24. Colleges/Universities attended. If you have taken any college classes, please list the most recent first. Indicate any degrees earned in the last column withan A for Associate, B for Bachelor’s, M for Master’s, D for Doctorate, or P for Professional Degree. If you have not earned a degree, leave the Degrees columnblank. Were you suspended or dismissed from the last college attended? ___Yes ___NoCollege or University City, State/Country (if not USA) Dates Enrolled Degrees25. Family Educational Background:Father’s Highest Education: ___Do Not Know ___Less than High School ___ Attended High School ___Graduated from High School___ Attended College ___Received an Associate Degree ___Received a Bachelor’s Degree ___Received a post-Bachelor’s DegreeMother’s Highest Education: ___Do Not Know ___Less than High School ___ Attended High School ___Graduated from High School___ Attended College ___Received an Associate Degree ___Received a Bachelor’s Degree ___Received a post-Bachelor’s Degree26. Educational Goals: (Financial Aid students must check “yes” and enroll in an approved plan of study. Include specialization/sub-plan, if applicable).____ Yes, I plan to pursue a degree, certificate, or diploma from my community college. Plan of study____________________(Refer to the college's list of academic ong>plansong>).____No, I do not plan to pursue a degree at this time. Reason for taking classes (check only one):____ Upgrading current job skills _____ Developing skills for new job _____ Exploring career options____ Pursuing personal interest or general knowledge _____ Currently pursuing degree at another college (transient/visitor)____ Planning to pursue a degree at another college (non-degree/transfer)High School Applicants: ____ HS Stdnt - HS & College Credit ____HS or Home Schooled-No HS Crd ____ HS Both Dual/Non-Dual____ HS Stdnt Adult Learning (age 21 and over and not for GED programs or Middle College)Residents of Virginia who meet certain criteria may qualify for in-state tuition rates, which are significantly lower than out-of-state rates. To see if you qualify, you willneed to complete an Application for In-State Tuition.Eligibility for in-state tuition is pursuant to Section 23-7.4, Code of Virginia. Please contact the college Admissions and Records Office if you have any questions.I certify under penalty of disciplinary action that all of the information is complete and accurate. I agree to supply the college with supporting documentation related tomy application, if I am requested to do so.Applicant's Signature: ____________________________________________Parent/Legal Guardian's Signature: ________________________________(If under 18 years of age)Date: ______________________________Date: ______________________________Continue to next page for important tuition information.FALL 2011 SCHEDULE • FOR THE UPDATED SCHEDULE OF CLASSES, PLEASE VISIT WWW.JTCC.EDU/SCHEDULE 67


This institution promotes and maintains educational opportunities without regard to race, color, sex, ethnicity, religion, gender, age (except when age is a bona fideoccupational qualification), disability, national origin, or other non-merit factors. Employer, date of birth, sex, and race information are used for research, reporting, andmanagement of student records.Application for IN-STATE TuitionEligibility for in-state tuition is pursuant to Section 23-7.4, Code of Virginia.Please contact the college Admissions and Records Office if you have any questions.1. Applicant’s Name: ___________________________________________________________ Date of birth: ______ /______ / ______First Full Middle Last (mm) (dd) (yy)2. Are you a U.S. citizen? ____Yes ____No If “No”, are you a Permanent Resident? ____Yes ____NoIf a Permanent Resident, what is your “A number”? __________________________ If neither a U.S. citizen nor a Permanent Resident, you must submit yourimmigration documents to the Admissions office in order to complete your application for in-state tuition.3. Are you on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces? ____Yes ____NoIf “Yes,” is Virginia listed on your Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)? ____Yes ____NoIf active duty, Official Duty Station: _____________________ Reporting Date: ______________ Duration of Orders: _________________mm/dd/yyyymm/dd/yyyy4. Are you the dependent of an active duty member in the U.S. Armed Forces? ____Yes ____NoIf “Yes,” is Virginia listed on the Leave and Earnings Statement (LES) of the person of whom you are a dependent? ____Yes ____NoIf active duty, Official Duty Station: _____________________ Reporting Date: ______________ Duration of Orders: _________________5. Are you retired or discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces? ____Yes ____No If “Yes,” date of discharge/retirement: ____________________mm/dd/yyyy6. Are you the dependent of someone retired or discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces? ___Yes ___No If “Yes,” date of discharge/retirement: ___________mm/dd/yyyy7. Please choose the domicile on who you want to base your eligibility for in-state tuition:( ) Parent's Domicile: Choose this option if you receive over half of your financial support or you are claimed as a tax dependent by your parents.( ) Legal Guardian's Domicile: Choose this option if you are under the custody of a court-appointed legal guardian.( ) Spouse's Domicile: Choose this option if you are married and want to claim eligibility for in-state tuition based on your spouse’s domicile.( ) Your Domicile: Choose this option if you want to claim eligibility for in-state tuition based on your own domicile. If you are under the age of 24, youreligibility must be based on your parent or legal guardian unless one of the following applies: (Check all that apply.)( ) I have legal dependents other than my spouse. ( ) I am a ward of the court or was a ward of the court until age 18.( ) I am married. ( ) Both of my parents are deceased and I have no adoptive parent or legal guardian.( ) I am financially self-sufficient. ( ) I have a bachelor’s degree and I am working on a graduate degree.You may be required to supply “clear and convincing evidence” of your status. If you chose "Your Domicle," skip to question 13.8. Provide the name of the person upon whom you are basing your domicile: ________________________________________________________(First) (Middle) (Last)Using the above person’s information, answer the questions below.9. Is the above person a U.S. citizen? ____Yes ____No If “No,” is he/she a permanent resident? ____Yes ____NoIf “Yes,” what is his/her “A number”? ______________________ If “No,” what is his/her immigration status? ___________________10. Is the above person on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces? ____Yes ____NoIf “Yes,” is Virginia listed on his/her Leave and Earnings Statement (LES)? ____Yes ____NoIf active duty, Official Duty Station: _____________________ Reporting Date: ______________ Duration of Orders: _________________mm/dd/yyyymm/dd/yyyy11. Is the above person retired or discharged from the U.S. Armed Forces? ____Yes ____NoIf “Yes,” date of discharge/retirement: ____________________ State on LES prior to discharge: ________________mm/dd/yyyy12. Is the above person a dependent of someone retired or discharged from the Military? ____Yes ____NoIf “Yes,” date of discharge/retirement: ____________________ State on LES prior to discharge: ________________mm/dd/yyyy13. Has the above person lived in Virginia for the last 12 months? ___Yes ___ No If “No,” where did you live? ________________State or Country14. For the last year, did the above person (select only one):____ file Virginia income taxes on all earned income____ reside in a state without income tax____ file as a resident in another state____ have no taxable income____ file as a resident in Virginia and as a non-resident in another stateFor the last year, has the above person:15. held a Virginia Drivers license or Virginia DMV ID? ____Yes ____No If “No,” has the above person held a Drivers license or DMV ID to any other state? ___Yes ___No16. owned or operated a motor vehicle in Virginia? ____Yes ____No If “No,” has the above person owned or operated a motor vehicle in any other state? ____Yes ____No17. been registered to vote in Virginia? ____Yes ____No If “No,” has the above person been registered to vote in another state? ____Yes ____NoPlease note: If you knowingly provide erroneous information to evade payment of out-of-state tuition and fees, you will be charged out-of-state tuition and fees foreach term attended and may be subject to dismissal. Random audits of this information will be performed. I certify under penalty of disciplinary action that all of theinformation is complete and accurate. I agree to supply the college with supporting documentation related to my application, if I am requested to do so._______________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________Signature of Applicant Date Signature of Parent, Legal Guardian, or Spouse DateRevised 8/22/10

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