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2008-2009 General Catalog
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 2008 - 2009 Catalog Index

    

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A

Academic Standards and Regulations 34-38
Academic Dismissal 36-37
Academic Probation 36
Academic Suspension 36
Academic Warning 36
Academic Program Publications 38
Academic Transfer Options 63
Accounting 68-69, 92
Accreditation 3
Adding Courses 16
Additional Learning Opportunities 45-47
Administration 154-159
Admissions 10-15
       Admissions Policy 11
       Admissions Procedures 11
       Admission Requirements 11
       Application Form 11
Adult Basic Education (ABE) 45, 91
Advanced Placement 33
Advisors/Advising 12-13
AIDS 92
Alcohol/Substance Abuse 92-93
Allied Health 93
Anatomy/Physiology 99
Anthropology 53, 93-94
Annual Planning Schedule 38
Appeals Academic Suspension or Dismissal 37, 49
Appeals (Grade Change) 35
Application for Degrees or Certificates 48
Aquaculture Technician 68, 84-85
Architecture 63
Art 94-96
Articulation (see Tech Prep)
Associate Degrees 49-88
Associate in Arts - DTA 49-50, 52-55
Associate in Applied Science/Technology 51, 68
Associate in Business - DTA 50, 58-59
Associate in General Studies 51
Associate in Pre-Nursing - DTA 50, 56-57
Associate in Science 51, 63-67
Associate in Science Track 1 and 2 50, 60-62
Astronomy 96
Athletic Awards 31
Athletics 43
Attendance Policy 38
Auditing a Course 35
AutoCAD (See Computer Aided Drafting)
Automotive Technology 68, 70-71, 96-97

 

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Basic Small Business Skills 68, 73
Biology/Biological Sciences 53, 56, 97-99
Bishop Scholarship Program 27
Board of Trustees ii
Bookkeeping 68-69
Bookstore 41
Botany 60
Business Management 72, 99-101
Business School Admission 59

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Calendar 2
Campus Childcare 40
Campus Maps 7-8
Carpentry Technology 68, 73-74, 101-102
Certificates of Achievement 68-88
Certificates of Completion 68-88
Certified Nursing Assistant (see Nursing)
Change of Address 33
Change of Major 33
Chemical Science 53
Chemistry 53, 102-103
Chinese 117
Chiropractic (Pre-) 63
Class Sites 9
Clubs (Student) 42
Coastal Resources Learning Center 47
College Catalog 38
College Facilities 9
College Level Examination Program (CLEP) 33
Columbia Education Center 9
Common Course Numbering 6, 89
Commercial Truck Driving 68, 74-75, 103-104
Computer Aided Design (AutoCAD) 68, 75, 104-105
Computer Information Systems 68, 75, 105-109
Computer Science 109
Concurrent Enrollment 17
Confidentiality of Student Records 32
Continuing Education 46
Counseling and Advising Center 39
Counseling Staff 39
Course Descriptions 90-153
Credits/Credit Load 16
Criminal Justice 64, 68, 76-77, 109-110


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Degrees, Requirements for 48-51
Dental Hygiene (Pre-) 64
Dentistry (Pre-) 64-65
Desired Student Abilities 3
Developmental Education 45
Diagnostic Testing 45
Diesel Technology 68, 77-79, 110-111
Direct Transfer Agreement 49-50, 52-59
Disability Support Services 40
Disclaimer ii
Distribution Requirements 52-54
Drama (see Theatre Arts)
Dramatic Productions 42
Driving Directions 8
Dropping Courses 16
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Statement 5-6

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Early Childhood Education 68, 79, 111-112
Earth Science 53, 112
Ecology 98
Economics 53, 112
Education 112
Educational Planning 13
Electives, Associate in Arts 54-55
Emeritus Faculty and Administration 160
Employment, Part-time 19, 40
Engineering (Pre-) 62
English 113-115
English as a Second Language (ESL) 115
Entrepreneurship 68, 73, 115
Environmental Science 53, 116
Equal Opportunity 3
Examinations 38
Excess Credit Surcharge 18
Exceptions, Substitutions and Waivers 48
Exclusions (Low Scholarship Status) 37

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Faculty 154-159
Faculty, Emeritus 160
Failure to Meet Financial Obligations 18
Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) 19
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) 19
Fees, Tuition and Refunds 18, 21
Film 116
Financial Aid 19-21
Fisheries 61, 116-117
Food Services 41
Forgiveness/Red Line Policy 37
Foreign Languages 117-120
Forestry 65
Four-Year Degrees 46
Formatting/Publishing Business Documents 68, 86
Foundation Scholarships 22-27
French 117-118
Freshman Year Experience 120

 

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General Education Development (GED) Testing 45
GED Verification 11
General Electives 55
General Information 3-6
General Scholarships 27-31
Geographic Information Systems 68, 79, 121
Geology 61, 122
German 118
Grade Change/Appeals 35
Grade-Point Average Computation 35
Grade Points 34
Grade Reports 35
Grading Policy 34
Graduation Ceremony 48
Grays Harbor County Facilities 9
Grays Harbor College Foundation 4, 22-27
Grays Harbor College History 3-4

 

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Harassment Policy Statement 5
Health/Physical Education 122
Health Promotion and Fitness 122
Health Sciences Programs 68, 80-81, 139-141
High Scholarship Status 36
High School Completion/Verification 11, 14
History 53, 122-125
Honor Roll 36
Honor Societies 43
Housing 41
Human Development 125-126
Human Services 68, 82-83, 126-127
Humanities 53

 

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Identification Numbers 32
Incomplete, Grade of 34
Industrial Welding Level 4 68, 88
International Student Programs 15
Italian 118

 

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Japanese 118
Job Placement Center 40
Journalism 128

Languages 53, 117-120
Late Registration 16
Latin 118
Law Enforcement (see Criminal Justice)
Learning Center 39
Learning Disabled Students 40
Library Courses 128
Library/Media Center 44
Literacy Project 45
Literary Arts 53
Loans (Federal Family Education Loan Program) 19
Low Scholarship Status 36

 

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Marine Biology 60, 98
Mathematics 54, 128-133
Medical Coding 68, 83
Medical Records Office Assistant 68, 83, 142-143
Medical Technology (Pre-) 65
Medical Transcription 68, 83
Medicine (Pre-) 65
Microbiology 99
Microcomputer Applications 68, 87
Microsoft Office Applications 68, 87
Mission Statement 1
Model Watershed Project (see Coastal Resources Learning Center)
Music/Musical Arts 53, 133-137
Musical Organizations 42

 

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Natural Resources 61, 68, 84-85, 137-139
Natural Resources Management 68, 85
Naturopathic Medicine (Pre-) 66
New Students 11
Nursing 15, 68, 80-81, 139-141
       Associate Degree 68, 80, 139-141
       Nursing Assistant Training 68, 80, 139
       Practical Nursing 68, 80, 139-141
       Program Admission 15, 80
       Associate in Pre-Nursing DTA 50, 56-57
Nutrition 141

 

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Occupational Programs (see Professional Technical Programs)
Off-Campus Facilities 9
Off-Campus Phone Numbers ii
Office Professional Certification 68, 87
Office Technology 68, 85-87, 141-143
Optometry (Pre-) 66

Pacific County Facilities 9
Parking Regulations 41
PC Maintenance/Service Technician 68, 72, 107-108
Pell Grant (Federal) 19
Performing Arts Series 42
Personal Identification Number (PIN) 32-33
Pharmacy (Pre-) 66
Philosophy 143
Phone Numbers ii
Physical Education 52, 143-146
Physical Education Requirements 48
Physical Science 53
Physical Therapy (Pre-) 67
Physics 62, 146-147
Pipe Welding Level 3 68, 88
Placement Test 11
Polish 118
Political Science 53, 147-148
Practical Nursing 68, 80, 140-141
Prerequisites 17
Professional Technical Programs 69-88
Psychology 53, 148-149
Publications 38

 

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Quantitative Skills 52
Quarterly Schedule of Classes 38
Quarter System 38

Reading 149
Reciprocity Agreement 49
Recommended Preparation 17
Red Line Policy 37
Refund Policy 18, 21
Registered Nursing 68, 80, 139-141
Registration Information 10, 16-17
       Registration Procedures 10
       Registration Process 13
Related Welding 68, 88
Removal from Low Scholarship Status 37
Repeating a Course 35
Reservation Based Associate in Arts Degree 46
Residency 14
Retail Bookkeeping 68, 70
Retailing 68, 73
Returning Students 11
Riverview Education Center 8-9
Running Start 14
Russian 119

 

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Satisfactory Financial Aid Academic Progress 21
Scholarships 22-31
Scholastic Standards Policy 35
Science 53
Senior Citizens 14
Services to Students 39-41
Simpson Education Center 8-9
Small Business/Entrepreneurship 68, 73
Smoking Policy 41
Social Science 53
Social Security Number 32
Sociology 53, 149-150
Software Applications 68, 86-87, 105-109, 143
Spanish 119-120
Specified Electives 54-55
Speech 53, 150
Stafford Creek Corrections Center 45
State Need Grant (SNG) 19
Strategic Directions 1
Student Activities 42
Student Aid (FASFA) 20
Student Government 42
Student Handbook/Calendar 43
Student Identification Number (SID) 32
Student Life and Activities 42-43
Student Organizations 42
Student Records 32
Student Rights and Responsibilities 41
Students’ Right to Know 6
Student Rights to Records 32
Study Skills 151
Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants (FSEOG) 19

 

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Teacher of the Year Awards 159
Technical Support Specialist 68, 75, 105-109
Tech Prep Program 15
Theatre/Theatrical Arts 53, 151
Title IX 3
Transcripts 11, 33
Transfer of Credit 13-14, 48-49
Transfer Students 11, 13-14
Transition Services 40
Trim Carpentry 68, 74, 101
TRiO Student Support Services 39
Truck Driving, Commercial 68, 74-75, 103-104
Tuition, Fees and Refunds 18, 21
Tuition Waivers 19
Tutoring 39

 

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Values 1
Veterans Benefits 19-20
Veterinary Medicine (Pre-) 67
Vision Statement 1
Visual Arts 53
Vocational Programs (see Professional Technical Programs)

WAOL Course Grading 34
Watershed Assessment/Restoration/Technician 68, 85
Welding Basics Level 1 68, 88
Welding Basics Level 2 68, 88
Welding Technology 68, 87-88, 151-152
Whiteside Education Center 8-9
Withdrawal from Classes/College 16
WorkFirst 41
Work-Study Programs 19
World Class Scholars 25

Yacht Finish Carpentry 68, 88, 153

Zoology 60

 


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