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Apply Online! - Chabot College
Chabot College
Summer 2010
Kids on
Campus
SUMMER 2010
REGISTRATION DATES
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April 29 & 30, 2010
Registration for EOPS and DSPS, AB 272
Vets
May 3, 2010
Registration begins for Continuing Students
by Priority
May 8, 2010
Registration begins for Early Decision
Students
May 17, 2010
Registration begins for New and Returning
Students
May 24, 2010
Registration begins for New and Returning
Concurrent Students
Planetarium 35
SUMMER 2010
ACADEMIC CALENDAR
College Celebrates
Golden Anniversary
Community &
Student
Services Center
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Chabot College opened its
doors for classes in San Leandro
on September 11, 1961 to 1,163
students.
Almost 50 years later, we have
expanded our course offerings
and now serve more than 15,000
students annually through our
Hayward campus and a variety of
off-site locations.
To acknowledge this milestone in
higher education, Chabot College
will present a year of celebrations.
Beginning with a “Black &
Gold Ball” in November 2010,
monthly events will highlight our
campus programs and invite the
community and alumni to revisit
history as well as hear about future
innovations.
We will spotlight each of our
divisions: Applied Technology and
Business; School of the Arts;
Eight-Week Summer Session*
June 14 - August 6, 2010
Six-Week Summer Session*
June 28 - August 6, 2010
4th of July Observance
Monday, July 5, 2010
*Summer attendance deadlines (e.g. add,
drop, etc) are available online at www.
Health, Physical Education
chabotcollege.edu; go to CLASS-Web or
and Athletics; Language Arts; www.chabotcollege.edu/Admissions/
Science and Mathematics;
and Social Sciences.
You will meet members
of our Associated Students
of Chabot College, students
representing many of our
clubs and special programs,
and our outstanding faculty,
staff and volunteers. The
celebrations will culminate
with a “Sock Hop” in
November 2011.
For information on how you
can be a part of the 50th
Anniversary festivities,
contact: Chabot College
Foundation at 510.723.6936
or visit www.ChabotCollege.
edu/Foundation.
Apply Online!
Chabot College
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94545
www.chabotcollege.edu
This schedule is available in alternate format. Contact the Disabled
Student Resource Center, Building
2400 or call 510.723.6725
The Chabot-Las Positas Community College
District reserves the right to cancel classes, to
make other changes as college needs require,
and to change, without notice, any of the
information, requirements and regulations in
this schedule of classes.
Chabot College
Summer 2010
Chabot College
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, Ca 94545
510.723.6600
w w w. c h a b o t c o l l e g e . e d u
Chabot College President
Celia Barberena
Foundation Director
Heidi Finberg
Vice President Academic
Services
George Railey
Science/Math Dean
T r a m Vo K u m a m o t o
School of the Arts Dean
Gary Carter
Te c h n o l o g y / B u s i n e s s D e a n
Thomas Clark
IN THIS ISSUE
“How To” Steps............................................3
International Students...............................3
Requirements for Admission..................3-4
Military, Reservists & Veterans ...................4
How To Use the Zone Portal...................4
College Orientation/Assessment.................5
Financial Aid............................................6-8
Social Science Dean
Susan Sperling
Board of Governors Fee Waiver............7-8
Language Arts Dean
Marcia Corcoran
Concurrent Enrollment..............................9
Health, PE, Athletics Dean
D a l e Wa g o n e r
AB540 Tuition Exemption........................10
Vice President Business
Services
Yu l i a n L i g i o s o
Solicitud de Admisión..........................11-12
Campus Safety Director
Ruben Pola
How to Register....................................13-14
Bookstore Manager
Kathleen Kaser
Course Prerequisites..................................13
Children’s Center Director
Va n e s s a C o r m i e r
Interim Vice President
Student Services
Melinda Matsuda
Chabot College Bookstore........................15
How to Read the Class Schedule..............15
Admissions and Records
Interim Director
J u d y Yo u n g
Summer 2010 Class Listings (by Session)...16-17
Counseling Dean
Matthew Kritscher
Summer 2010 Class Listings (by Subject)...17-29
Special Programs Dean
Gerald Shimada
Financial Aid Director
Kathryn Linzmeyer
Student Life Director
Nancy Soto
Marketing/Community Ed
Director
Susan May
Class Listing Editors
Sarah Aubert
Maguerite Thomas
Graphic Artist/Layout
Lisa Mendiola
2
Campus Map................................................30
OSHA Program..........................................30
Campus Security........................................31
GE Breadth & IGETC Information........32-33
Policies.......................................................34
Featured Articles.................................35-36
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
How to Reach Us:
Ayuda en Español
510.723.7676/7675
Academic Divisions
Technology & Business
510.723.6653
Science & Mathematics
510.723.6898
School of the Arts
510.723.6829
Language Arts/Humanities
510.723.6804
Health, PE, & Athletics
510.723.7484
Social Sciences
510.723.6670
Student Services & College
Programs
Vice-President, Student Services
510.723.6743
Admissions & Records
510.723.6700
Bookstore
510.783.9800
Campus Safety
Emergency Only
911
Non-emergencies
510.723.6923
Children’s Center
510.723.6684
Community Education
510.723.6665
Counseling
510.723.7013
Dental Health Programs Clinic
510.723.6900
Disabled Student Resource
Center (DSRC)
510.723.6725
Educational Talent Search
510.723.7502
Financial Aid Office
510.723.6748
International Students
510.723.6996
KCC-TV
510.723.6828
KCRH-FM
510.723.6954
Library
510.723.6764
Parking Permits
510.723.6923
Performing Arts Center
510.723.6976
Registration
510.723.6700
Registered Nursing Program
510.723.7677
Spectator Newspaper
510.723.6919
Student Health Center
510.723.7625
Student Life
510.723.6914
Student Photo ID
510.723.6749
Transfer Employment Center
Svcs (TECS)
510.723.6720
TANIF – Teaching Preparation
Program
510.723.6912
Veterans Information
510.723.6910
* Departments may have limited
hours due to the Summer session.
How To Steps...
1 APPLy FoR ADMISSIon
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• New Students – Apply online at www.
chabotcollege.edu or submit paper application to the Office of Admissions & Records
in Bldg. 700. The paper application for
admission is located in the center of the Class
Schedule. Applications may also be mailed to
the address on the application.
• Former Students – Reapply online or submit
the paper application if you last attend more
than two terms ago.
• Continuing Students – Students enrolled in
Fall 2009 and Spring 2010 need not reapply.
• New and Returning High School Concurrent
Enrollment Special Admits – Student enrolled
in 3rd to 12th grades may apply for admission
to Chabot College. Deadline June 4, 2010.
• Applications are available in both English and
Spanish.
• All admitted students are assigned unique
student identification numbers.
ATTEnD CoLLEGE onLInE
oRIEnTATIon / ASSESSMEnT
/ CoUnSELInG
• All students should complete the assessment
tests, take the college online orientation and
attend a group counseling session to plan
their educational program prior registering for
classes. Please see page 6 for more information.
3 APPLy FoR FInAnCIAL AID
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REGISTER FoR CLASSES
• Online – at www.chabotcollege.edu and
click on CLASS-Web or go to our web portal – The Zone.
• In person – by visiting the Office of Admission & Records in Bldg. 700. Special
registration assistance is available for disabled student through the Disabled Student
Resource Center in Bldg. 2400.
• Prerequisite Override Process - All classes
with Prerequisites at Chabot College are
blocked to students if they did not complete
the prerequisite here. To remove the prerequisite block, you must process a Prerequisite
Override request. Refer to page 13-14 for
more information.
• Continuing Students – priority registration
begins on May 3, 2010.
• New and Returning Students – start to register on May 17, 2010.
• New and Returning High School Concurrent
Enrollment Special Admits – start to register
on May 24, 2010. Basic Skills and Physical
Education activity courses are not available
to concurrently enrolled students. Enrollment in transferable or degree level English
classes is limited to 11th & 12th high school
students. Please see pages 4 & 9 for more
information.
• Please see pages 13-14 for more information
about registration and adding and dropping
classes.
5 PAy yoUR FEES
• Online – at www.chabotcollege.edu and click
on CLASS-Web or go to our web portal –
The Zone.
• In person – by visiting the Office of Admissions and Records in Bldg. 700.
6 IDEnTIFICATIon
GET yoUR STUDEnT PHoTo
CARD
• Student Photo Identification Cards are free
and available in Online Services, in Bldg.
700. Your identification is important especially if there should be an emergency oncampus.
7 BUy yoUR PARkInG PERMIT
• Students must be registered before purchasing semester parking permit. For more
information go to page 14 & 31 and www.
chabotcollege.edu.
8 BUy yoUR BookS
• Online – at www.chabotbookstore.com.
• In person – at the Bookstore in Bldg. 3800.
S See page 15 for more information
9 ATTEnD yoUR CLASSES
• Attend the first class meeting to verify enrollment. It is important to check the Academic
Calendar for the attendance deadline dates at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/admissions/
AcademicCalendar/
• Summer Session deadlines are posted on
CLASS-Web and The Zone, or contact
faculty, or visit the Office of Admissions &
Records in Bldg. 700.
• Submit free online application at www.fafsa.
ed.gov. California residents may also qualify
for the Board of Governor’s Grant. Please see
pages 7-8 for more information.
Requirements for Admission
• Estudiantes que son miembros de las fuerzas
1 ADMISSIon ELIGIBILITy
armadas de los Estados Unidos, estaciónados en
To be eligible for Chabot College admission, student
should be at least 18 years old or have one of the
following:
• High School diploma
• General Education Degree (GED)
• High School Proficiency Certificate
Apply online at www.chabotcollege.edu or submit
the paper Application for Admission. Mail or hand
deliver the paper application to the Office of Admissions & Records in Bldg. 700. Before submitting the
application, please be sure to include all the required
information and to sign it.
Note: Dental Hygiene, Registered Nursing and International Student (F1 Visa student) applicants should check
with the individual programs for any additional required
application procedures.
Elegibilidad de la Admisión
Uno es elegible de asistir al Colegio de Chabot si
tiene un diploma de una escuela secundaria o el
equivalent (GED) y por lo menos 18 años de edad,
o si es estudiante de una escuela secundaria y tiene
una recomendación de su consejero. Mire la pagina
11-12.
• Estudiantes quizás tengan que presentar un comprobante demonstrado que han sido un residente
de California por un año.
• Estudiantes no ciudadanos quizás tengan que
presentar documentos específicos para determinar si son sujetos a pagar la enseñanza como “no
residente” o estudiante internaciónal.
California en servicio activo tendrán el derecho de
ser clasificado como residente por un año.
• Por ley, todos solicitantes masculinos para admisión, como estudiante no graduado son obligados a
registrarse con el Servicio de Selección.
• Dependientes de veteranos incapacitados o fallecidos pueden ser eligibles para eliminar el costo de
matrículación. Comuníquese con la Oficina de
Veteranos al 510.723.6910.
Additional Requirements for
International Students
Students wishing to apply for admission to Chabot
College will need to submit academic transcripts,
TOEFL exam results, evidence of financial support
and health examinations. They will also need to
submit a “standard” application for admission online
and the International Student Application. Chabot
will make every effort to advise prospective international students of their admission status as soon
as possible after receiving the required documents.
International students are encouraged to apply as far
in advance of the desired entry date as possible also
allow sufficient time for application processing and
other arrangements.
Please provide all required documents. Upon receipt
of all documents, you will be notified by mail of
your acceptance to the college. Chabot College welcomes your application as an international student
and our staff will make every effort to assist you.
Our admission requirements conform to the
regulations of the United States Citizenship and
Immigration Services for issuing student visas.
When to Apply
Due to recent changes in F-1 student visa application procedures at US embassies and consulates
around the world, students should apply as early
as possible. Do not wait until the application
deadline since students often forget to send all
necessary documents together. Once we receive
everything needed, we will begin evaluation of
your application and an admission decision will
be made within three to five weeks. It is strongly
recommended that students apply six months before the semester they wish to start studying.
To be considered for admission, a student must
submit all the required materials by the following
deadline dates.
Again, due to the visa application process at the US
Embassies and consulates, overseas applicants are
strongly encouraged to ap as early as possible.
International Admissions
Application Deadlines
Semester
Outside
the US
Within
the US Classes Begin Orientation
Fall
July 1
August 1
Late-August
Mid-August
Spring
Nov. 1
Dec. 1
Late-January
Mid-January
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
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Requirements for Admission- Continued
Additional Requirements for Veterans
and Active Military
Concurrent Enrollment Eligibility
Deadline June 4, 2010
To be eligible, students must:
• Limit enrollment to advanced scholastic courses.
Enrollment in Physical Education or basic skills
courses will not be allowed. (Title 5 Regulations,
section 55002)
• Be pre-approved by the school principal and
counselor to pursue specific courses. (CA Ed Code,
sections 48800, 48800.5, and 488802)
• Have written parental approval.
General Rules Regarding Conditions of Enrollment
1 The College may determine which students shall
be admitted.
2 Such decisions shall be based on:
• Course prerequisites
• Appropriateness of the course(s) requested
• Space availability
3 Students will be held to the same academic standards as any other college student enrolled in the
class.
4 Students will remain as a member of their 3-12
school. Students may not participate in the cocurricular programs of the college.
5 Students will be permitted to enroll in no more
than two classes or six units.
6 Students will arrange for transportation to and
from the College.
7 Students not present at the first class meeting
may be dropped.
How to Use The Zone Portal
The Zone is a web portal that provides a single
point of access to a variety of content and college services like on-line registration, Blackboard,
Zonemail and much more. The Zone is customized
for you to quickly find information and have access
to tools and resources used on a regular basis.
Set Up your Zone
1. Go to http://thezone.clpccd.edu
2. W ID: enter W ID, including the W
3. PIN: the same six-digit number used to log into
Class-Web .
4. Log into The Zone.
How Do I Get My W ID So I Can Log Into The
Zone?
1. Go to CLASS-Web:
http://banner-web.clpccd.cc.ca.us:700
2. Log in with Social Security number. PIN is
initially set to birth date in format MMDDYY.
3. If you forgot your PIN, enter SSN and click
“Forgot PIN?” button, answer security question,
reset six-digit PIN.
Note: If this step does not work, go to the Office of
Admissions& Records or send an email to: [email protected]
4. Click link “What is my W ID?”, write down your
number, then click the “Exit” icon to log out of
CLASS-Web.
5. Click link to go to The Zone login page.
Still Can’t Log on?
If your CLASS-Web login has been disabled, you
must contact the Office of Admissions & Record.
Call 510.723.6700 or send an email to [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu
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If you get an error when trying to log into The
Zone, please send an email to [email protected]
org or,on or after April 19, 2010 please call
925.424.1710
Access new Student Email-Zonemail
1. Find your student email address in The Zone,
on the Home tab, under Quick Check. Click link
“What is my college/district email address?”
2. Click the Email icon.
3. Log in with the email username (just the part
before the @ sign) and the password is the same
six-digit PIN used for The Zone and CLASS-Web.
4. Optional direct access to Zonemail: http://
stumail.clpccd.edu
online Classes - Access Blackboard Through
The Zone
1. From within The Zone, click on the Blackboard
tab,then click on the Blackboard icon to log in.
2. One-time login setup: Enter your Blackboard
account information on the “External Account Synchronization” screen.
3. Blackboard Username:your W ID including the
W.
4. Blackboard Password: the first two letters of
your first name, the first two letters of your last
name, and the last four digits of your W ID.
5. Click the “Save” button.
6. The next time you click the Blackboard icon
within The Zone, you’ll automatically be logged
into Blackboard.
Can’t Log Into Blackboard?
If you are unable to log into Blackboard and/or if
you are unable to reset your own password, contact
Blackboard Student Support by filling out the help
form at http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
8 Students are protected by the Family Educational
Rights & Privacy Act. Disclosure of educational
records such as registration, attendance, or
grades must be authorized by the student. Go to
www.chabotcollege.edu/Admissions/ferpa.asp.
9 Students will attend their 3rd-12th school for at
least the minimum school day. 10 Students will
purchase the required books and supplies for the
college course(s).
11 Students will share grade reports with the 3-12
school counselor or principal.
12 As per Ed. Code 76001, the principal of the
school certifies, by signing the recommendation form that no more than 5 percent of the
total number of students per grade level shall be
recom mended for enrollment at Chabot College
for the summer session.
13 NOTE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT POLICY:
Concurrently enrolled students sixteen years or
older who have achieved at least junior standing (or the demonstrated equivalent) in high
school may enroll in transfer/associate degree
level English classes if they score for English 1A
on the English Placement Test and meet other
enrollment criteria stated in the college’s concurrent enrollment policy. Concurrently enrolled
students under sixteen who have not achieved
junior standing (or the demonstrated equivalent)
in high school may not enroll in English classes
at Chabot College. No concurrently enrolled
students may enroll in English classes below the
transfer/associate degree level (i.e., English 100
level classes).
Email options for Blackboard Students
1. Log into The Zone at http://thezone.clpccd.edu
2. On the Home tab, under Quick Check, click
“What is my college/district email address?”
3. Click the link “Update Email Address”
4. In the drop down for “Type of E-mail to Insert”,
select “Email for Blackboard” and click the Submit
button.
5. Type your personal E-mail address and click the
Submit button.
Forward Zonemail to Personal Email (Optional)
1. From Zonemail inbox, click on “Settings”.
2. Click the “Forwarding & POP/IMAP” link.
3. Select “Forward a copy of incoming mail to…”
4 .Enter your personal email address.
5. Click “Save Changes” at the bottom of the page.
USERNAME/User ID PIN/Password CLASS‐Web SSN or W ID 6‐digit PIN The Zone W ID 6‐digit PIN Blackboard W ID First 2 letters of first name+first 2 letters of last name+last 4 digits of W ID Zonemail – college email Zonemail username 6‐digit PIN need Help?
Send an email including your W ID
to: [email protected] or call
925.424.1710. (on or after April 19, 2010)
REqUIREMEnTS FoR ADMISSIon
The College is approved to offer instruction to
servicepersons, reservists, and other eligible person
under Title 38, United States Code and Department
of Veterans Affairs regulations. New and former
student must submit an application for admission
before they can register for classes and begin the
certification process.
The basic categories of educational assistance
are: Montgomery GI Bill – Active Duty (Ch. 30),
Montgomery GI Bill – Selected Reserve (Ch. 1606),
Veterans Educational Assistance Program (VEAP Ch. 32), Reserve Educational Assistance Program
(REAP - Ch. 1607), Survivor’s and Dependent’s
Educational Assistance Program (Ch. 35), Restored
Entitlement Program for Survivors (REPS) and
Vocational Rehabilitation (Ch. 31), and Post 9/11
Veterans Education Assistance Act of 2008 (Ch. 33).
Students applying for any of these educational
benefits are required to request official academic
transcripts from each school they previously attended and have the transcripts sent to the Office
of Admissions & Records for evaluation purposes.
For more information contact the Chabot College
Veterans Office in Bldg. 700.
Additional Requirements for new and
Returning High School Concurrent
Enrollment Special Admits
English/Math/ Chemistry/ ESL Assessment Schedule
Continuing ESL Students
Returning & Concurrent
2 yoUR JoURnEy STARTS HERE! Continuing,
ESL Assessment only
Enrollment Students
new, First Time in College Students
English/Math Assessment, online orientation &
Group Counseling
As a New, First Time in College Student, you need
to complete the English/Math assessments and
online orientation, and attend a group counseling
session. These steps are part of a class, PSCN 25:
Transition to College, and will enable you to earn
0.5 units towards your educational goal.
Please Note: Students will be charged a registration fee for the class. Non-residents and international students will be charged at the appropriate
rate.
Please follow these steps before attending:
1 If you haven’t already done so, apply to Chabot
College online at www.chabotcollege.edu.
2 Look at the study guides on our website www.
chabotcollege.edu/counseling/assessment to
prepare for the assessment.
3 Attend assessment session – see schedule below,
no appointments needed. Bring a valid Photo ID
(students will not be admitted without Photo ID)
and know your Student ID number.
4 When you have completed your assessments, you
will receive a matriculation passport with next
step information about the online orientation and
group counseling.
1 If you haven’t already done so, apply to Chabot
College online at www.chabotcollege.edu.
2 Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not be admitted without Photo ID) and know your Student
ID number.
April
19, 26
Tuesday
May
3, 10, 17, 24
June
7, 14
July
12, 26
August
2, 9, 23
starting at 4:00pm
ending at 5:30 pm
open Lab
3 - 5:30 PM
June
1, 8, 15, 22, 29
May
5, 12, 19, 26
May
7, 14, 21, 28
open Lab
1 PM - 5:00 PM
August
3, 10, 24
open Lab
12 - 3 PM
Tuesday
August 3, 10, 24
April 22, 29
May 6, 20
April
23, 30
April
24
May
1, 22
June
2, 9, 16, 23, 30
July
7, 14, 21, 28
August
4, 11, 18, 25
June
4, 11, 18
July
2, 9, 16, 23, 30
August
6, 13, 20, 27
June
5, 19
July
10, 17, 31
August
14, 21, 28
open Lab
4:30 - 7:00 PM
open Lab
9:00 - 11:30
AM
open Lab
9:00 AM12 noon
April 22, 29
May 6, 20
July 1, 15, 29
August 5, 19, 26
August 5, 19, 26
starting at 6:00 pm
starting at 4:00 pm starting at 6:00 pm
ending at 7:30 pm
Saturday
Thursday
June 3, 17
July 1, 15, 29
Friday
July
6, 13, 20, 27
Chemistry Diagnostic Test
June 3, 17
Wednesday
April
21
Results are available within 24 hours. you can
log into CLASS-Web or The Zone to get your
results online.Please note: For ADA accommodations, please call the Disabled Student Resource Center (DSRC) at 510.723.6725.For more
information please call: 510.723.6722 or email:
[email protected]
Thursday
August 3, 10, 24
Tuesday
May
4, 11, 18, 25
Students interested in taking Chemistry 1A: General College Chemistry have the option of taking the Chemistry
Diagnostic Test to fulfill their prerequisite for the class.
This is a timed, paper and pencil test. If you pass the
test you will meet the prerequisite for Chemistry 1A. If
you fail, you will need to complete Math 55 or 55B and
Chemistry 31 with a grade of “C” or higher in order to
meet the prerequisite.
These sessions are on a first-come, first served basis. No
appointments needed. Please arrive 15 minutes early.
Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not be admitted
without Photo ID) and know your Student ID number.
Please note: non-programmable calculators are permitted.
Continuing ESL Students
(ESL Assessment only)
Summer/Fall 2010 English and/or Math Assessment Schedule for
ALL Students (Drop-In)
April 2010 - August 2010
Monday
Chemistry Diagnostic Test
English and/or Math Assessment Schedule for All
Students (Drop-In)
Please follow these steps before attending:
1 Please arrive no later than 30 minutes before closing on the dates below. No appointments needed.
2 Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not be
admitted without Photo ID) & know your Student
ID number.
The English Assessment will take approx. 1 hour
and the Math
Assessment will take approx. 45 mins. Please
plan accordingly.
new ESL Students
ESL Assessment & orientation
New ESL student sessions are on a first-come first
served basis. No appointments needed. Please follow these steps before attending:
ESL Assessment Only sessions are on a first-come, first
served basis. No appointments needed. Please arrive 15
minutes early. Bring a valid Photo ID (students will not
be admitted without Photo ID) and know your Student ID
number.
English and/or Math Assessment
All Continuing, Returning or High School Concurrent Enrollment Students must have a valid application for admission on file prior to attending the assessment. Please follow these steps before attending:
1 If you haven’t already done so, apply to Chabot
College online at www.chabotcollege.edu.
2 Look at the study guides on our website www.
chabotcollege.edu/counseling/assessment to prepare for the assessment.
3 Attend assessment session – see schedule below,
no appointments needed. Bring a valid Photo ID
(students will not be admitted without Photo ID)
and know your Student ID number.
ending at 5:30 pm
ending at 7:30 pm
Assessment Center
Room 714A, Building 700
510.723.6722
New ESL Students
(ESL Assessment & Orientation)
Choose one date from below
Thursday
Thursday
Saturday
May 6, 20
June 10, 24
June 12
June 3, 17
July 8, 22
July 24
April 29
July 1, 15, 29
August 5
starting at 1:45 pm
ending at 5:00 pm
May 13, 27
August 12
May 15
August 7
starting at 5:45 pm starting at 8:45 am
ending at 9:00 pm
ending at 12 noon
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
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Financial Aid
3 WHAT IS FInAnCIAL AID?
We cannot possibly tell you all you need to know
about financial aid in a few short pages. Go to
www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid for details and best
information.
Financial aid is money provided by the Federal
Government, the State of California, and
administered by Chabot College to help cover costs
associated with attending college at Chabot.
Financial aid comes in several forms:
• Board of Governor’s Fee Waiver (BoG):
Waives enrollment fees for qualifying California
residents, and allows for $20 parking permit each
semester.
• Grants and Scholarships: Aid that does not
have to be repaid, awarded based on financial need
or merit.
• Work Study: Self-help aid that allows students to
work part time to earn funds for college.
• Student Loans: Borrowed funds that must be
repaid, and which are considered the last resort for
funding at the community college level. Requests
may be denied for students with more than half of
the federally allowed aggregate loan limits toward
Bachelor’s degree..
For more information about each of these forms
of Financial Aid, please see the Chabot College
website.
How to Apply for Financial Aid
Each year, each student completes the Free
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
online, using the previous year’s tax and
income information. Applications are submitted
electronically to the US Department of Education.
Do not submit directly to the Financial Aid Office
(FAO). Use Chabot’s Title IV code of 001162 so
that Chabot will receive the results electronically
from the federal processor. February is the ideal
time to do this application for the following Fall/
Spring semesters in order to meet the March 2nd
priority filing and Cal Grant deadline. After the
initial results are received by Chabot’s FAO, each
student submits verification documents to the office
to complete the application process. Check your
Zone Mail for our alerts, and Zone/CLASS Web for
your individual FA file status aid elgibility.
Get help with 2010-11 FAFSA by finding dates
and times of workshops offered throughout the
year at www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid. Students
are encouraged to pre-register online for special
events.
How Eligibility is Determined
To be considered eligible for federal and most state
aid programs, a student must:
• Meet Ability-to-Benefit by having a high school
diploma, GED certificate, or pass Chabot College’s
ability-to-benefit test.
• Be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a
regular student in an eligible certificate, associate
or transfer program.
• Be either a US citizen or eligible non-citizen (i.e.
permanent resident, resident alien, or refugee)
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• Establish financial need by FAFSA application
and verification process, providing all documents
requested.
• Not be in default on federal student loan nor owe
repayment on federal student grant
• Be registered with the Selective Service as
required.
• Establish academic eligibility by making
Satisfactory Academic Progress according to
financial aid policy.
Your financial aid need is based on the FAFSA
you submit; the role of FAO is to make certain the
information is correct, and to determine the type
and amount of aid for which you qualify. Academic
eligibility is based on the student’s academic
performance (minimum 2.00 grade point average,
67% completion rate, and less than 150% of your
program length in attempted hours.)
The FAO will send you an email upon awarding
or when awards change. CLASS Web will show
you types and amounts of aid you are eligible
to receive. Loans are only available by manual
request. Disbursement of financial aid is prorated
by student enrollment each term. No additional
disbursements will be made for late registration, on
or after the second major disbursement each term.
Repayment of Funds
Federal law requires students repay a portion of the
federal funds received if they withdraw before the
60% point of the term, even if the withdrawal is not
determined until after the end of the term. If you
cannot provide documentation of the last date of
attendance for each class, you will have to repay all
grant aid received during that semester. A hold will
be placed on all academic and financial services
until repayment is made.
Important Things to Know
Effective with the 2010-11 financial aid
processing year, paper notifications, award
letters and suspension/warning letters will be
replaced with the more timely, economical and
ecologically-friendly email process.
• new! year Round Pell - Effective Summer
2010, a Pell-eligible student who has successfully
completed 24 units toward degree during the Fall
/ Spring semesters may be eligible for a portion
of a second Pell during the Summer term. Must
be enrolled at least ½ time, and meet all other
financial and academic eligibility requirements.
The objective is to help students accelerate their
academic progress to graduation or transfer to four
year institution.
• new! Due to the availability and regulations for
the new “Year Round Pell”, summer enrollment
for fulltime is 12 units, ¾ time is 9-11.5, and ½
time is 6-8.5 units. A student be enrolled at least ½
time to be considered for student loans and FWS.
• new! Effective July 1, 2010, the lender for the
Stafford Loan Program will be the Department
of Education, rather than a commercial bank.
Prospective and returning borrowers will be
redirected to new materials and information as we
make the transition to the Direct Loan program.
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•The Financial Aid Office will not make copies of
tax or other documents. Please bring copies (not
your originals) to our office when responding to
requests for documents.
• If you only need to turn in documents, you may
use the lock-box located outside our door. Please
ensure that the student’s name and Chabot ID (W#)
or social security number are on each document
submitted. However, this will delay processing
of your file; we recommend you take the time to
submit in person.
• new! Effective March 2, 2010, students will
receive email notifications via their ZoneMail
email address, directing students to check the Zone/
CLASS-Web for missing information, required
verification documents, awards and adjustments to
awards, and academic ineligibility.
For More Information
It is imperative that financial aid applicants and
recipients be aware of eligibility requirements,
deadlines, policies and procedures so they may
take a more active role in funding their education.
Please take the time to review the following
resources to learn more about financial aid and
funding your education.
Use the Zone/CLASS-Web for general financial
aid information, and to check status of individual
student financial aid file, awards and eligibility at
http://banner-web.clpccd.cc.ca.us:7000, See what
documents are needed to process your file, holds,
your eligibility for financial aid, academic progress
status, and award types with amounts. Use your
W# and Chabot PIN to access.
Chabot Financial Aid website provides a wealth
of information, available 24 hours a day, assisting
students to understand types of financial aid
available, policies and procedures, and eligibility
requirements. Links to Federal and State websites
provide valuable information.
For the most updated information,
including office hours, office closures,
and deadlines, call:
Financial Aid Office
Bldg 700
Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQ) Line:
510.723.6746
Website:
www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid
Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
California Community Colleges 2010-2011 Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
(Summer
2010, FallBoard
2010 & Spring
2011)
California Community Colleges
2009-2010
of Governors
Fee Waiver Application
Zone Mail
This is an application to have your ENROLLMENT FEES WAIVED. This FEE WAIVER is for California residents only. If you need money to help with books, supplies, food, rent,
transportation and other costs, please complete a FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID (FAFSA) immediately. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
The FAFSA is available at www.fafsa.ed.gov or at the Financial Aid Office. (Note: Students who are exempt from paying nonresident tuition under Education Code Section
68130.5 (AB 540) are NOT California residents. If you are NOT a California resident, you are not eligible for a fee waiver. Do not complete this application. You may apply for financial
aid by completing the FAFSA.)
All new and returning students will receive
e-mail financial aid communication via
ZoneMail, the college email assigned to all
Chabot students.
Name:
Student ID #
Last
First
Middle Initial
Telephone Number: (______)
Email (if available):
Date of Birth:
Follow these steps to access your
ZoneMail today:
Home Address:
Step 1: Login to the Zone/CLASSWeb
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA DOMESTIC PARTNER RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ACT
go to http://banner-web.clpccd.cc.ca.
us:7000
and sign in using your W# and your PIN
1. After you login into your Zone
account, go to the Home tab,
under Quick Check. Click link
“What is my college/district email
address?”
2. Click the Email icon.
3. Log in with the email username
(just the part before the @ sign)
and the password is the same sixdigit PIN used for the Zone.
4. Optional direct access to ZoneMail:
http://stumail.clpccd.edu
Step 2: Add us to your address book
(to ensure you receive all messages
from financial aid)
1. students must add [email protected] as
a trusted sender so that Financial
Aid Office is not marked as SPAM
Step 3: If you wish to use your
personal e-mail instead
1. From ZoneMail Inbox, click on
“Settings”
2. Click the “Forwarding & POP/
IMAP” link
3. Select “Forward a copy of
incoming mail to…”
4. Enter your personal e-mail address
5. Click “Save Changes”at the bottom
of the page
Street
City
_______/_______/_________
Zip Code
Has the Admissions or Registrar's Office determined that you are a California resident?
Yes No
The California Domestic Partner Rights and Responsibilities Act extends new rights, benefits, responsibilities and obligations to individuals in domestic partnerships registered with the
California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code. If you are in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP), you will be treated as an Independent married student to
determine eligibility for this Enrollment Fee Waiver and will need to provide income and household information for your RDP. If you are a dependent student and your parent is in a
Registered Domestic Partnership, you will be treated the same as a student with married parents and income and household information will be required for the parent’s domestic partner.
Note: These provisions apply to state student financial aid ONLY, and not to federal student financial aid.
Are you or your parent in a Registered Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary of State under Section 297 of the Family Code?
(Answer “Yes” if you or your parent are separated from a Registered Domestic Partner but have NOT FILED a Notice of Termination of Domestic Partnership with the California Secretary
of State’s Office.)
Yes No
If you answered “Yes” to the question above treat the Registered Domestic Partner as a spouse. You are required to include your domestic partner’s income and household information
or your parent’s domestic partner’s income and household information in Questions 4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17.
Student Marital Status:
Single Married Divorced Separated Widowed Registered Domestic Partnership
DEPENDENCY STATUS
The questions below determine whether you are considered a Dependent or Independent student for fee waiver eligibility and whether parental information is
needed. If you answer “Yes” to ANY of questions 1-10 below, you will be considered an INDEPENDENT student. If you answer “No” to all questions, you will be
considered a Dependent student thereby reporting parental information and should continue with Question number 11.
Please answer all questions.
1. Were you born before January 1, 1987?
Yes No
2.
As of today, are you married or in a Registered Domestic Partnership (RDP)?
Yes No
3.
Are you a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces or currently serving on active duty for purposes other than training?
Yes No
4.
Do you have children who receive more than half of their support from you, or other dependents who live with you (other than
your children and spouse/RDP) who receive more than half of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2011?
Yes No
5.
When you were age 13 or older, were both your parents deceased, were you in foster care or were you a dependent/ward of
the court?
Yes No
6.
As of today, are you an emancipated minor as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
Yes No
7.
As of today, are you in legal guardianship as determined by a court in your state of legal residence?
Yes No
8.
At any time on or after July 1, 2009, did your high school or school district homeless liaison determine that you were an
unaccompanied youth who was homeless?
Yes No
9.
At any time on or after July 1, 2009, did the director of an emergency shelter program funded by the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless?
Yes No
10. At any time on or after July 1, 2009, did the director of a runaway or homeless youth basic center or transitional living program
determine that you were an unaccompanied youth who was homeless or were self-supporting and at risk of being homeless?
Yes No
 If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions 1 - 10, you are considered an INDEPENDENT student for enrollment fee waiver purposes and must
provide income and household information about yourself (and your spouse or RDP if applicable). Skip to Question #13.
 If you answered "No" to all questions 1 - 10, complete the following questions:
11. If your parent(s) or his/her RDP filed or will file a 2009 U.S. Income Tax Return, were you, or will you be claimed on their tax return as an exemption by either or
both of your parents?
Will Not FileYes No
12. Do you live with one or both of your parent(s) and/or his/her RDP?
Yes No
 If you answered "No" to questions 1 - 10 and "Yes" to either question 11 or 12, you must provide income and household information about your PARENT(S)/RDP. Please
answer questions for a DEPENDENT student in the sections that follow.
 If you answered "No" or "Parent(s) will not file" to question 11, and "No" to question 12, you are a dependent student for all student aid except this enrollment fee waiver.
You may answer questions as an INDEPENDENT student on the rest of this application, but please try to get your PARENT information and file a FAFSA so you may be
considered for other student aid. You cannot get other student aid without your parent(s’) information.
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BOArD OF gOVErNOrS FEE WAIVEr
You’ll Hear
from us via
Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application
METHOD A ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
Chabot Debit Card Information
13. Are you (the student ONLY) currently receiving monthly cash assistance for yourself or any dependents from:
TANF/CalWORKs?
Yes No
SSI/SSP (Supplemental Security Income/State Supplemental Program)?
Yes No
General Assistance?
Yes No
14. If you are a dependent student, are your parent(s)/RDP receiving monthly cash assistance from TANF/CalWORKs or SSI/SSP as a primary source of income?
Yes No
 If you answered "Yes" to question 13 or 14 you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER. Sign the Certification at the end of this form. You are required to show
current proof of benefits. Complete a FAFSA to be eligible for other financial aid opportunities.
METHOD B ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER
15. DEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your parent(s)/RDP household that they support? (Include yourself, your parent(s)/RDP, and anyone who lives with your
parent(s)/RDP and receives more than 50% of their support from your parents/RDP, now and through June 30, 2011.) _________
16. INDEPENDENT STUDENT: How many persons are in your household that you support? (Include yourself, your spouse/RDP, and anyone who lives with you and receives more
than 50% of their support from you, now and through June 30, 2011.) ___________
17. 2008 Income Information
(Dependent students should not include their income
information for Question# 17, a and b below.)
a. Adjusted Gross Income (If 2009 U.S. Income Tax Return was filed, enter
the amount from Form 1040, line 37; 1040A, line 21; 1040EZ, line 4).
b. All other income (Include ALL money received in 2009 that is not
included in line (a) above (such as disability, child support, military living
allowance, Workman’s Compensation, untaxed pensions).
TOTAL Income for 2009 (Sum of a + b)
DEPENDENT STUDENT:
PARENT(S)/ RDP INCOME ONLY
INDEPENDENT STUDENT:
STUDENT (& SPOUSE'S/ RDP) INCOME
$
$
$
$
$
$
The Financial Aid Office will review your income and let you know if you qualify for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER under Method B. If you do not qualify using this simple
method, you should file a FAFSA.
SPECIAL CLASSIFICATIONS ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVERS
18. Do you have certification from the CA Department of Veterans Affairs that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
Submit certification.
Yes No
19. Do you have certification from the National Guard Adjutant General that you are eligible for a dependent's fee waiver?
Submit certification.
20. Are you eligible as a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor or as a child of a recipient?
Submit documentation from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Yes No
Yes No
21. Are you eligible as a dependent of a victim of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack?
Submit documentation from the CA Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.
Yes No
22. Are you eligible as a dependent of a deceased law enforcement/fire suppression personnel killed in the line of duty?
Submit documentation from the public agency employer of record.
Yes No
 If you answered "Yes" to any of the questions from 18-22, you are eligible for an ENROLLMENT FEE WAIVER and perhaps other fee waivers or adjustments. Sign the
Certification below and submit with documentation as required above. Contact the Financial Aid Office if you have questions.
CERTIFICATION FOR ALL APPLICANTS: READ THIS STATEMENT AND SIGN BELOW
I hereby swear or affirm, under penalty of perjury, that all information on this form is true and complete to the best of my knowledge. If asked by an authorized official, I agree to provide proof of this
information, which may include a copy of my and my spouse/registered domestic partner and/or my parent's/registered domestic partner’s 2009 U.S. Income Tax Return(s). I also realize that any false
statement or failure to give proof when asked may be cause for the denial, reduction, withdrawal, and/or repayment of my waiver. I authorize release of information regarding this application between the college,
the college district, and the Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges.
I understand the following information (please check each box):
 Federal and state financial aid programs are available to help with college costs (including enrollment fees, books & supplies, transportation and room and board expenses). By completing the
FAFSA, additional financial assistance may be available in the form of Pell and other grants, work study and other aid.
 I may apply for and receive financial assistance if I am enrolled, either full time or part time, in an eligible program of study (certificate, associate degree or transfer).
 Financial aid program information and application assistance is available in the college financial aid office.
Applicant’s Signature
Date
Parent Signature (Dependent Students Only)
Date
CALIFORNIA INFORMATION PRIVACY ACT
State and federal laws protect an individual’s right to privacy regarding information pertaining to oneself. The California Information Practices Act of 1977 requires the following information be provided to financial
aid applicants who are asked to supply information about themselves. The principal purpose for requesting information on this form is to determine your eligibility for financial aid. The Chancellor’s Office policy
and the policy of the community college to which you are applying for aid authorize maintenance of this information. Failure to provide such information will delay and may even prevent your receipt of financial
assistance. This form’s information may be transmitted to other state agencies and the federal government if required by law. Individuals have the right of access to records established from information furnished
on this form as it pertains to them.
The officials responsible for maintaining the information contained on this form are the financial aid administrators at the institutions to which you are applying for financial aid. The SSN may be used
to verify your identity under record keeping systems established prior to January 1, 1975. If your college requires you to provide an SSN and you have questions, you should ask the financial aid officer at your
college for further information. The Chancellor’s Office and the California community colleges, in compliance with federal and state laws, do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin,
gender, age, disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, domestic partnership or any other legally protected basis. Inquiries regarding these policies may be directed to the financial aid office of the college to
which you are applying.
BOGFW-A
 TANF/CWorks
 SSI/SSP*
 GA
(B1)
(B2)
(B3)
BOGFW-B
(BB)
BOGFW-C
(BC)
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
Special Classification
 (13) Dep. of Veteran**
(BF3)
 (14) Dep. of Natn’l Guard**
(BF2)
 (15) Recipient / Dep - Medal of Honor
(BF4)
 (16) Dep. of 9/11 Victim
(BF5)
 (17) Dep. of deceased law/ fire personnel (BF1)
(**deceased/disabled)
RDP
Student
Parent
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Student is not eligible

Advised Verbally of Ineligibility
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forms\2010-11 BOG…UPDATED 2-5-10)
Comments:
Certified by:

Date:
New Students:
This is not a credit card! It’s a Debit Card that all
students receive after they apply for financial aid
via FAFSA the first time. The card is good for the
life of a student at Chabot. All students must select
their “refund preference” with the card to choose
how to receive any financial aid refunds. (Do not
discard, even if you do not think you will receive
aid, as replacement cards are $20 each.)
Setting up your Refund preference:
When you receive your card, go to www.
chabotdebitcard.com and activate your preference
(Easy, ACH or Paper Check). During the activation
process you will be required to provide an email
address, your card number and other personal
information.
The three options are:
1. Easy Refund-One Account allows you to receive
your financial aid refund within 24 hours of your
refund date. You are essentially opening a free
online-checking account with Higher One and will
be subject to their banking rules/regulations upon
the activation of your account with them.
2. ACH Transfer – Instead of opening on online
account, with Higher One this option lets students
transfer their refund to an existing bank account
they may have. Recommended for students with
existing banking relationships. Funds are available
within 2-3 days of the refund date.
3. Paper Check – To receive your refund by a paper
check, select this option. You would receive a
check 5-7 business days after refund date.
Returning Chabot Students:
If you have already activated your preference and
are a continuing student please make sure you do
the following to ensure that you will receive your
refunds on time:
1. Apply For Financial Aid Early – Apply early as it
takes time for your financial aid file to be completed.
Apply by the March 2nd priority deadline each year.
Go to www.fafsa.gov to submit your FAFSA today.
2. Filing your FAFSA late – If you missed the priority
deadline, you can submit a FAFSA at a later date.
However, keep in mind that your file may not be
ready nor will your financial aid be disbursed until all
the requirements are satisfied. To be considered for
funding, we must receive application before the last
date of enrollment in a semester.
3. Check your ZoneMail for any additional
requirements/forms the Financial Aid Office may
need to complete your financial aid file, and for
awards and disbursement information.
4. Maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP)
– all students new and returning must make
Satisfactory Academic Progress in order to receive
financial aid. Per federal regulations, students who
are suspended are ineligible for financial aid.
More Information:
Financial Aid Website:www.chabotcollege.edu/finaid
Higher One Website: www.chabotdebitcard.com
Higher One Customer Service Phone Number:
1-866-751-7726
Recommendation for Concurrent Enrollment Program
ConCURREnT EnRoLLMEnT PRoGRAM
PLAn AHEAD: Summer Deadline
June 4, 2010
Admissions Procedures
Students should begin the process for concurrent
enrollment early. To enroll concurrently at Chabot
College, follow these procedures:
1. Complete Chabot College Application for
Admissions online.
2. Complete Recommendation for Concurrent
Enrollment form and obtain all required
signatures.
3. Submit current High School transcript. Home
school students should also submit a copy of
their R4 Affidavits. (CA Ed Code, section 33190)
4. Complete Release of Personal Information/
Emergency form.
5. Submit in-person or mail all required forms
together to Chabot College, ATTN: Concurrent
Enrollment Program, Office of Admissions and
Records, 25555 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward, CA
94545.
6. You will be sent a notification of your approved
recommendation and be given a date when
you can register online using CLASS-Web
registration.
Attach the following documents to this form:
� Application for Admissions
OR online confirmation page
� High School Transcript
� Parent Release form
Mail or Submit this form in-person to:
Office of Admissions & Records
25555 Hesperian Boulevard
Hayward, California 94545
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/Admissions/Concurrent
RECOMMENDATION FOR CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT PROGRAM
Submit all required documents to the Office of Admissions & Records by the application deadline date. (See website or contact Admissions
Office). Completion of this form does not constitute in registration to classes. A separate approval must be submitted for each semester or
session in which the student wishes to enroll.
DASAS
STUDENT IDENTIFICATION
________________________________________________
_________________________________________ Principal
______________________________________________
_________________________________________ School Address
Last Name
First Name
Middle
•
Students intending to take any Math, English,
or Chemistry classes or any classes with a
prerequisite in Math or English must take the
Assessment test to determine ability in college
course. Assessment must be completed prior to
registration. For assessment schedule, please see
page 5.
NOTE: English Department Policy - Refer to
page 4 under Additional Requirements for New and
Returning High School Concurrent Enrollment Special
Registration
•
•
•
•
•
Students will receive notification when
recommendation is approved and will be given
a date to register online using CLASS-Web
registration system or The Zone web portal.
Summer/Fall 2010 registration for students with
complete and approved admissions starts May
24, 2010.
Registration is limited to courses approved by
middle/high school and Chabot College. These
courses must be listed on your recommendation
form. Enrollment in courses not approved on
your recommendation form will be dropped.
RESTRICTED COURSES: Enrollment in P.E. or
basic skills courses (ie. ENGL 100 level courses,
MATH 100 level courses, all ESL course) are not
allowed. (Title 5 Regulation, Section 55002)
Fees
Enrollment fees are waived for students in the
concurrent enrollment program. However, a $3
mailing fee is assessed to all concurrent enrollment
students in order to provide grade reports at the end
of the term to current school and student. The Health
Service Fee of $9 for the Summer Session and $14
for the Fall/Spring semester are mandatory. Sudents
may be charged for material fees (if applicable).
NOTE: International, out-of-state, and foreign students
will be assessed tuition of $195/unit and enrollment fees.
For more information or to download required forms,
please visit our website http://www.chabotcollege.edu/
Admissions/Concurrent/
_________________________________________ School Name
Street Address
_________________________________________ City, State, Zip
________________________________________________
_________________________________________ Phone Number
City, State, Zip
Current Grade Level: __________ Cumulative GPA: _________
In accordance with the Governing Policy Number 5124 and policies of
this District, the following named student is recommended for concurrent
enrollment at Chabot College.
(___)______________/____/________________________
Phone Number
Date of Birth
Chabot Student Id Number
________________________________________________
Email Address (registration notification will be sent here)
Assessment Test
•
SCHOOL INFORMATION
COURSE IDENTIFICATION
TERM (select one)
� FALL
� SPRING
YEAR: ________
� SUMMER
COURSE TITLE and NUMBER
SECTION
NUMBER
UNITS
EXAMPLE: ENGL 1A
001
3.0
ENROLLMENT STATUS
� NEW
� CONTINUING
� RETURNING
PREREQUISITE*
N/A
1.
2.
ALTERNATE 1.
ALTERNATE 2.
NOTE: Concurrent Enrollment is limited to a maximum of two (2) courses or six (6) units. Enrollment in physical education or basic skills
courses is not allowed (i.e. all ENGL 100 level classes, all ESL courses, all MATH 100 level). Any change to the course selected above
requires a new recommendation form signed by school officials.
* Many courses require the completion of prerequisites courses taken at Chabot College or their equivalent at another institution. Consult the
course description in the class schedule or college catalog for identification of prerequisites. Assessment must be completed prior to registration
for English and Math courses. Consult a Chabot College counselor for more information regarding prerequisites.
1. Courses listed above relate to the student’s projected education career pattern in the following manner:
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
2. TRANSCRIPT: A copy of the student’s current transcript is attached and is submitted as evidence that the student will likely succeed in concurrent
enrollment.
3. PARENTAL APPROVAL: A written statement of parental approval is on file with the student’s records at the high school and permission has been
obtained for issuing student’s transcript to Chabot College.
4. PARENT’S SIGNATURE (required) acknowledges students participation in the Concurrent Enrollment program.
⌦__________________________________________________________________
Date_________________________________________
5. All students will have a Chabot College transcript. If you are currently enrolled in high school, will these courses be used for high school
credit?
� Yes � No
As per Ed. Code 76001, the high school principal of the school certifies, by signing this application that no more than 5 percent of the total number of
students per grade level shall be recommended for enrollment at Chabot College for the summer session.
6. Notification to register online will be provided by the Admissions & Records Office at Chabot College. Enrollment in courses not approved by
the Director of Admissions & Records will be dropped
7. RECOMMENDED BY:
(Signatures are required every term)
Counselor
⌦ ____________________________________________
Date __________________
Principal
⌦ ____________________________________________
Date __________________
(Counselor signature not required for students in 3rd to 8th grade)
FOR OFFICE USE ONLY
� UNITS APPROVED: ___________ Director of Admissions & Records
___________________________________
Date __________
� DISAPPROVED
___________________________________
Date __________
V.P. Student Services
JY/MM:rc 12/04/2009
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
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Nonresident Tuition Exemption
For Eligible CA High School
Graduates
The law passed by the Legislature in 2001 as AB
540.
General Information
Requirements:
• The student must have attended a high school
(public or private) in California for three or more
years.
• The student must have graduated from a California high school or attained the equivalent prior
to the start of the term (for example, passing
the GED or California High School Proficiency
exam).
• An alien student who is without lawful immigration status must file an affidavit with the college
or university stating that he or she has filed an application to legalize his or her immigration status,
or will file an application as soon as he or she is
eligible to do so.
• Students who are nonimmigrants (for example,
those who hold F [student] visas, B [visitor] visas,
etc.) are not eligible for this exemption.
• The student must file an exemption request
including a signed affidavit with the college
that indicates the student has met all applicable
conditions described above. Student information
obtained in this process is strictly confidential unless disclosure is required under law.
• Students eligible for this exemption who are
transferring to another California public college
or university must submit a new request (and
documentation if required) to each college under
consideration.
• Nonresident students meeting the criteria will be
exempted from the payment of nonresident tuition, but they will not be classified as California
residents. They continue to be “nonresidents.”
• AB540 does not provide student financial aid
eligibility for undocumented alien students. These
students remain ineligible for state and federal
financial aid.
Complete and sign this form to request an exemption from Nonresident Tuition. You must submit any
documentation required by the College or University (for example, proof of high school attendance in
California). Contact the California Community College, University of California, or California State
University campus where you intend to enroll (or are enrolled) for instructions on documentation, additional procedures and applicable deadlines. Note: This form is accepted by all California Community
Colleges and all Universities in the both the University of California and California State University
systems.
Eligibility:
I, the undersigned, am applying for a California Nonresident Tuition Exemption for eligible California
high school graduates at ___________________________________________________ and I declare the
following:
Specify the college or university.
Check Yes or No boxes below.
Yes
No I have graduated from a California high school or have attained the equivalent thereof,
such as a
High School Equivalency Certificate, issued by the California State GED Office or a
Certificate
of Proficiency, resulting from the California High School Proficiency Examination.
Yes
No
I have attended high school in California for three or more years.
Check the box that applies to you – check only one box below.
I am a nonimmigrant alien as defined by federal law.
Nonimmigrant aliens have been admitted to the United States temporarily and include, but are not
limited to, foreign
students (persons holding F visas) and exchange visitors (persons holding J visas).
I am not a nonimmigrant alien.
US citizens, permanent residents, or aliens without lawful immigration status, among others, should
check this box.
Provide information on all school(s) you attended in grades 9 - 12.
School
City
State
Date From (Month/Year)
Date To
(Month/Year)
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
Documentation of high school attendance and graduation (or its equivalent) is required by the University of California, the California State University and some California Community Colleges. Follow
campus instructions.
Affidavit:
I, the undersigned, declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the
information I have provided on this form is true and accurate. I understand that this information will
be used to determine my eligibility for the nonresident tuition exemption for eligible California high
school graduates. I hereby declare that, if I am an alien without lawful immigration status, I have filed
an application to legalize my immigration status or will file an application as soon as I am eligible to do
so. I further understand that if any of the above information is untrue, I will be liable for payment of all
nonresident charges from which I was exempted and may be subject to disciplinary action by the College
or University.
Please print the following information.
Full Name (as it appears on your campus student records): ____________________________________
Campus/Student ID Number: ____________________________________________________________
Mailing Address (number, street, city, state, zip code): ________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________
Email Address / Phone Number (optional): _________________________________________________
Signature / Date: ______________________________________________________________________
10
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AB 540 TUITON ExEMpTION
Any student, other than a nonimmigrant alien,
who meets all of the following requirements, shall
be exempt from paying nonresident tuition at the
California Community Colleges, the University of
California, and the California State University (all
public colleges and universities in California).
For Eligible California High School Graduates
Solicitud de Admisión
Bienvenidos a Chabot College
Solicitud de Admisión
El Colegio Chabot:
Para solicitud en español, oprima aquí
Si usted nunca ha asistido al Colegio Chabot
(Nuevo Estudiante) o si usted no ha asistido
los últimos dos semestres (Estudiante), usted
necesita completar la solicitud de admisión.
Imprima y complete la solicitud lo más
pronto posible. Se procesan las solicitudes en
la orden en que se reciben.
Mande por correo o entregue en persona su
solicitud a la oficina de Admisión y Registro
en el edificio
700 al domicilio
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94545
Se les regresarán solicitudes incompletas a
los estudiantes y pueden afectar su habilidad
de matricularse para clases.
Para más información, comuníquese con
Érika Magallón (510) 723-7014 o
[email protected] envenidos a
Chabot College
Someter a:
CHABOT COLLEGE
25555 HESPERIAN BOULEVARD
HAYWARD, CA 94545-5001 (510) 723-6700
PERIODO PARA EL CUAL ESTÁ SOLICITANDO
VERANO
OTOÑO
1
NÚMERO DE SEGURO SOCIAL
3
APELLIDO (LETRA DE MOLDE)
-
SELECCIONE UN COLEGIO
PRIMAVERA
2
-
AÑO:
Chabot
ESTUDIANTE NUEVO
Las Positas
ESTUDIANTE ACTUAL
Mes
ÚLTIMA FECHA QUE ASISTIÓ A CHABOT O A LAS POSITAS
Ejemplo:
CORREO ELECTRÓNICO
PREVIO NOMBRE - APELLIDO (LETRA DE MOLDE)
D
E
C
ESTADO
CÓDIGO POSTAL
9
3
INICIAL DEL 2ndo NOMBRE
NOMBRE (LETRA DE MOLDE)
APELLIDO MATERNO
NÚMERO DE APT.
CIUDAD
Año
NOMBRE (LETRA DE MOLDE)
DIRECCIÓN FÍSICA LEGAL (NO USE UN APARTADO POSTAL)
NÚMERO Y CALLE
SoLICITUD DE ADMISIon
Es importante que la comunidad latina
continúe teniendo interés en el Colegio
Chabot. Cuando usted complete la solicitud,
por favor indique que es “Hispano”. Hemos
tenido la oportunidad que la población
estudiantil hispana/latina en el Colegio
Chabot ha alcanzado el 26%, siendo la
población étnica más poblada. Al alcanzar
esta meta, el Colegio Chabot está en
posición de recibir recursos monetarios para
proveer más servicios como consejería,
ayuda telefónica y otros servicios necesarios
bilingües.
CHABOT-LAS POSITAS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT
rEqUIrEMENTS FOr ADMISSION
El sistema de Colegio Comunitario
de California ofrece algo para todos y
hay muchas razones por las cuales los
estudiantes deciden inscribirse. Estudiantes
del Colegio Chabot se inscriben por una
gran variedad de razones: Para completar
sus primeras 60 unidades en un colegio
comunitario y después transferirse a la
universidad para continuar su educación;
para obtener un AA o certificado vocacional;
para mejorar sus capacidades de lenguaje
o mejorar su empleabilidad mediante sus
habilidades de trabajo; o simplemente para
aprender algo nuevo.
TELÉFONO DE CASA
(
)
TELÉFONO DEL TRABAJO
-
DIRECCIÓN POSTAL (SI ES DIFERENTE)
NÚMERO Y CALLE
NÚMERO DE APT.
CIUDAD
ESTADO
CÓDIGO POSTAL
Contacto en caso de emergencia:
4
5
MASCULINO
FEMENINO
B
Negro no Hispano
F
Filipino
ME
Medio Oriente
N
Nativo Norteamericano/Indio
Norteamericano/Nativo de Alaska
W
Blanco no Hispano
6
FECHA DE NACIMIENTO
Ejemplo:
7
¿Es usted ciudadano
de los EEUU?
Sí
No
10
8
Nombre
ORIGEN ÉTNICO (marque sólo uno)
Hispano
HM
Mexicano, México Americano,
Chicano
HR
Centroamericano
HS
Sudamericano
HX
Hispano no citado
Mes
D
E
Día
C
2
7
6
Día
7
9
CATEGORIA DE INSCRIPCIÓN (tipo de estudiante)
No
Isleño Pacífico
PG
Guamaniano
PH
Hawaiano
PS
Samoano
PX
Otro
Otro
O
XD
=
=
=
=
=
=
=
Residente Permanente
Residente Temporal
Solicitante De Amnistía
Estado ortorgado para asilo político o refugiado
Visa de estudiante (F-1 o M-1)
Otro tipo de Visa:
(V-1, H-1, L-1, Etc.)
Otro estado (no es residente)
Código
1 = Primer ingreso al colegio después de asistir a la escuela preparatoria
2 = Nunca he asistido a Chabot o a Las Positas después de haber asistido a otro
colegio
3 = Regresando a Chabot o a Las Positas después de haber asisitido a otro colegio FECHA DE EMISIÓN DE VISA ESTADUNIDENSE
4 = Regresando a Chabot o a Las Positas y no he asisido a otro colegio
Mes
Día
Año
Y = Asistiendo á la escuela preparatoria durante el periodo para el cual estoy
solicitando
Ejemplo:
Ejemplo: 2 7
D
I C
6 7
11 SELECCIONE UN CÓDIGO DE
ESPECIALIZACIÓN (Código A)
12 MÁXIMO NIVEL ACADÉMICO Y AÑO
Código
14
20
{
PUERTO DE ENTRADA
3 = Diplomas de la escuela para adultos
4 = GED
5 = Certificado de competencia de la
preparatoria
6 = Certificado de preparatoria del
extranjero
7 = Título Asociado
8 = Licenciatura o más alto
NÚMERO DE HORAS QUE USTED PIENSA TRABAJAR DURANTE ESTE CICLO
Código
15
1 = Asistencia a la escuela
secundariá durante el cual
solicito
2 = Asistiendo a una escuela
para adultos
A = 1-9 hrs. por semana
B = 10-19 hrs. por semana
D = 30-39 hrs. por semana E = 40+ hrs. por semana
X = No sé
¿ES EL INGLÉS SU IDIOMA NATIVO?
1 = Chino
2 = Español
Sí
3 = Pilipino
No
Otro de color
Disminuido
ESTATUS RESIDENCIA
2
3
3A
4
5
6
6A
Año
Sí
¿Es ud. latino o hispano?
Asiático
AC
Chino
Al
Subcont. Indico
AJ
Japonés
AK
Coreano
AL
Lausiano
AM
Camboyano
AV
Vietnamita
AX
Asiatico no citado
Año
Fecha que su presente permanencia en California
empezó
Mes
Teléfono
C = 20-29 hrs. por semana
N = No pienso trabajar
FECHA DE CADUCIDAD
Mes
2
Día
7
D
I
C
Año
6
7
PAÍS DE CIUDADANÍA
13
Código
¿CUÁL ES SU PRINCIPAL META ACADÉMICA?
A = Obtener Licenciatura después de obtener un Título Asociado
(A.A./A.S.)
B = Obtener Licenciatura sin el Título Asociado (A.A./A.S.)
C = Obtener un Título Asociado (A.A./A.S.)
D = Obtener Certificado
G = Adquirir nuevas habilidades de trabajo
H = Incrementar sus actuales oportunidades/habilidades de trabajo
J = Enriquecimiento inteleclual
L = Completar créditos para obtener el diploma de preparatoria
M = No he decidido meta académica
N = El cambio de algún crédito para acreditar los deberes
O = Estudiante colegial de 4 años que toma el curso para satisfacer
los requistos colegiales
(Si no, llene la caja abajo)
4 = Árabe
5 = Otro
Código
16
ÚLTIMA ESCUELA SECUNDARIA ASISTIDA (Use la hoja de código B)
FECHA DE DIPLOMA DE ESCUELA SECUNDARIA O ÚLTIMA ESCUELA
SECUNDARIA DE ASISTENCIA
Mes
Ejemplo:
D
I
Año
C
6
7
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11
Solicitud de Admisión
Para estudiantes elegibles que se
graduaron de una secondaria de
California
Solicitud de Admisión
17
La legislatura aprobó la ley bajo el
nombre AB 540. En la pagina 10.
FECHA DE SU DIPLOMA O SU ÚLTIMA ASISTENCIA A
PREPARATORIA
Mes
Año
ÚLTIMA PREPATATORIA ASISTIDA
(Use la hoja de código C)
Nombre de preparatoria
Estado
País
D
LICENCIATURA
I
C
6
MAESTRÍA
7
DOCTORADO
LISTA DE TODOS LOS COLEGIOS DONDE HA ASISTIDO (INCLUSO CHABOT Y/O LAS POSITAS)
COLEGIO O UNIVERSIDAD
Si ningún colegio asistido, escriba “Ninguno”
18
CUIDAD / ESTADO O PÁIS
FECHAS DE ASISTENCIA
Mes/Año
/
Mes/Año
/
a
/
/
a
/
/
a
/
GRADO OBTENIDO
La información que usted proporciona se utilizará para determinar si usted califica como residente de California. A no residentes se les requiere pagar cuotas de no
residente. Generalmente, la residencia requiere que usted debe haber vivido en California con la intención clara de llegar a ser un residente permanente; se necesitan
ambas, presencia física en California y la intención de establecer los requisitos de residencia de California del estudiante.
La documentación puede incluir dos de los siguiente: Permiso de conducir o identificación dé California, estado de cuenta bancaria, matrícula de votante, cartas de
empleadores o agencias gubernamentales, recibos de alquiler o constancias de estudios de escuelas de California. Hay ciertas excepciones a esta regla que aplican al
personal militar y a sus dependientes, o en el caso de ciertos éstudiantes menores de 19 años de edad. Se le puede requerir suministrar información adicional para
determinar su estado de residencia.
Todos los estudiantes clasificados incorrectamente como residentes son sujetos a reclasificación y al pago de todos los honorarios de transeúnte no pagados.
1. LUGAR DE NACIMENTO
Estado / País
Sí
Si, sí, vaya a la sección 20
No
3. ¿Qué Estado considera usted su residencia permanente?
¿HA VIVIDO EN SU DIRECCIÓN
ACTUAL DURANTE MENOS
DE DOS AÑOS?
Sí
No
FECHA EN QUE USTED COMENZÓ
A VIVIR EN SU DIRECCIÓN
PRESENTE
Si sí, ponga la dirección en una lista donde usted residió durante los dos años pasados
Domicilio
Ciudad
Estado / país
Día
Ejemplo: 2
Mes
7
D
I
DE
Mes/Año
CONTESTE CADA UNA DE LAS PREGUNTAS SIGUIENTES
Año
C
6
A
Mes/Año
Sí
Sí
Sí
Sí
19
Domicilio, Número, Calle, Ciudad
¿Está usted considerando solicitar Beneficios de Veteranos?
Sí
No
¿Es usted dependiente de un veterano difunto o con discapacidad relacionada a su servicio?
20
Sí
No
Sí
Sí
No
No
Estado, Código postal
SI USTED ESTÁ EN EL SERVICIO MILITAR ACTIVO O ES DEPENDIENTE DE UNA PERSONA EN EL
SERVICIO MILITAR, INDIQUE LA FECHA EN QUE EL SERVICIO MILITAR COMENZÓ EN CALIFORNIA
Mes
Ejemplo: 2
Sí
7
Día
D
I
Año
C
6
7
No
FIRMA REQUERIDA
NOTA: Los estudiantes que solicitan para los programas de Enfermería, Higienista Dental, Paramédico o Estudiante Internacional (F-1 Visa), deben completar
formularios de solicitud separados.
Por la presente, yo solicito admisión al colegio Chabot y/o al Colegio Las Positas y certifico bajo pena de perjurio que según mi leal saber y entender, mis
declaraciones anteriores son correctas y completas. Entiendo también que omisiones o falsificaciones voluntariosas o evitar informar cambios de residencia puede
resultar en mi despido del colegio con caducidad de crédito.
Fecha
12
Firma del estudiante
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• El estudiante tiene que haber asistido a clases
de una secondaria en el estado de California
(pública o privada) por tres años o más.
• El estudiante tiene que haberse graduado de una
secondaria de California o haber aprobado un
examen de graduación (por ejemplo, el GEO o
el examen California High School Proficiency)
antes del comienzo del periodo académico.
• Todos los estudiantes que no tengan un estado
de inmigración legal deben someter una declaración con la universidad en donde indiquen
que ya han sometido una petición para arreglar
tal estado o, si esto no es posible en la actualidad, que lo van a hacer tan pronto califiquen.
• Los estudiantes que tengan visas de no-inmigrantes (las visas de estudiante ‘F’ y las visas de
turista ‘B’) no califican para esta excepción.
No
No
No
No
Conteste cada una de las siguientes preguntas sí es menor de 19 años
¿Ha vivido continuamente durante los últimos dos años con uno o ambos de sus padres o un guardián legal designado por un tribunal?
Si sí, compruebe:
ambos padres
madre
padre
guardián legal
Indique la persona(s) arriba con quien ha vivido continuamente durante los dos años pasados en California
Indique la persona(s) arriba que lo reclamó a usted en su impuesto sobre la renta federal o estatal durante el año pasado
Indique su(s) nombre(s) y dirección abajo
Nombre(s)
7
Si contesta sí, indique en qué año
¿Se ha registrado usted para votar en otro Estado que California?
¿Ha peticionado usted para divorcio en otro Estado que California?
¿Ha asistido usted a una institución educativa como residente de ese estado?
¿Ha declarado usted no residencia para propósitos de impuestos sobre la renta del Estado de California?
Todos los estudiantes (menos los extranjeros que
no sean inmigrantes) que cumplan con los requisitos siguientes no tienen que pagar la matríicula
de no residente en las universidades públicas del
estado de California, que son: los California Community Colleges, California State University y
University of California.
Los Requisitos:
INFORMACIÓN DE RESIDENCIA - DEBERÁ SER COMPLETADA POR TODO ESTUDIANTE
Ciudad
2. ¿HA VIVIDO USTED CONTINUAMENTE EN CALIFORNIA DESDE SU NACIMIENTO?
Información General
SOLICITUD DE ADMISION
SOCIO
SoLICITUD DE ADMISIon
Ejemplo:
GRADO OBTENIDO
• El estudiante tiene que someter una petición
para la excepción con la universidad, incluyendo una declaración legal firmada en la cual
afirma que ha cumplido con todos los requisitos
pertinentes. Esta información se mantendrá confidencial al menos cuando la ley requiera que se
proporcione.
• Los estudiantes elegibles para esta excepción
que piensen cambiarse a otra universidad pública deben someter una nueva petición para esta
excepción a cada universidad en que se piensen
matricular (y si es necesario los documentos
necesarios).
• Aunque los estudiantes no residentes que cumplan con esos requisitos no tendrán que pagar
la matricula de no residente, no se convieten en
residentes de California a través de esta nueva
ley siguen siendo no residentes.
• La ley AB540 no les ofrece a y los estudiantes
sin documentos la posibilidad de conseguir
becas gubernamentales. Estos estudiantes
siguen inelegibles para estas becas, tanto a nivel
nacional como a nivel estatal.
How To Register
4 REGISTRATIon SCHEDULE
STEpS TO rEgISTEr
• Continuing Students – priority registration begins
on April 29, 2010 See below for an explanation
of the Priority Number system.
• New and Returning Students – start to register on
May 17, 2010.
• New and Returning High School Concurrent
Enrollment Special Admits – start to register on
May 24, 2010.
Priority Registration for Continuing
students begins on April 29, 2010.
The priority number is the total number of units
completed at the Chabot-Las Positas Community
College District followed by a random digit. Registration appointment dates for continuing students
are based on the student’s priority within the following groups:
• 1st Priority - Group 07: Those who have completed a Student Educational Plan (SEP) plus the
assessment, orientation and counseling components of the matriculation process
• 2nd Priority - Group 05: Those who have completed or are automatically qualified for exemption from the matriculation process (assessment,
orientation, and counseling)
• 3rd Priority - Group 03: Those who have completed two of the three matriculation components
(assessment, orientation, and counseling)
• 4th Priority - Group 00: Continuing students
who do not fall under the previous three categories.
For more information, please see www.chabotcollege.edu.
• Select “Students Services & Financial Aid” on
the Main Menu and click on “Registration.”
• In the Registration Menu click on “Add/Drop or
Withdraw from Classes.”
• Select “Term” and click on the “Submit” button.
• Update your declared major, employment expectation, and education goal or request voter
information on the Pre-Registration Student Information Page. Update information as necessary
and click on the “Submit Changes/Registration
Menu” button.
• Read the instructions on the Add/Drop Classes
Page completely. Scroll down to the Add Class
section of the page and enter the CRNs you have
selected in the boxes.
• Make sure there are openings in the classes you
have chosen and that your have met the required
prerequisites. You will not be permitted to register in classes that overlap in times. You may not
enroll in more than 18 units per semester or term.
In order to take more than the maximum please
see a counselor for approval.
• When you finish, click on the “Submit Changes”
button.
• Review your enrollment in the Current Schedule
Section. If all the courses you selected do not
appear, scroll down to the Registration Errors
section to check the class status.
• Contact the Office of Admissions & Records in
Bldg 700 at 510.723.6700 or [email protected]
clpccd.cc.ca.us or Student Online Services at
510.723.6770 for more assistance.
Prerequisites
How to Read Priority numbers
Example: If Priority Number is 070459:
A prerequisite is a requirement that must be
completed prior to the registration of a course. For
instance, Math 65 must be taken before Math 55;
Math 65, in this case, is the prerequisite for Math
55.
• First two digits (07) are the Priority Group number explained above.
• Next three digits (045) are the units completed as
of the prior term, plus current term enrollment
• Last digit (9) is a random digit.
Many courses offered by Chabot College require
the completion of prerequisite courses taken at
Chabot, or the equivalent taken at another accredited institution. The Chabot College Catalog and
Class Schedule list prerequisites after each course
description when applicable.
Some students may qualify for exemption from
certain matriculation components by completing
a Request to Review Priority Registration Status
form with a counselor.
Students are responsible for meeting prerequisite(s)
wherever listed. Please note that Chabot’s registration system, CLASS-Web or The Zone, recognizes
only prerequisites completed at Chabot. If a student
completed an equivalent course at another institution, s/he must submit documentation to either the
Counseling Division (for a prerequisite override).
Until prerequisite equivalence is established, the
student will be unable to register for the class. To
remove the prerequisite block, you must process a
Prerequisite Override.
Students must be registered in at least one course
past the “NGR” deadline each semester to maintain
priority registration status as a continuing student.
Instructions for online Registration Using
CLASS-Web or The Zone for all students
• Go to www.chabotcollege.edu/CLASS-Web or
The Zone.
• Enter your 9-digit User ID which corresponds
to your assigned “W” ID number or your Social
Security Number.
• Enter your 6-digit PIN. The PIN is initially set
to your birth date in MMDDYY. You will be
prompted to personalize your PIN.
• Contact the Office of Admissions & Records in
Bldg 700 at 510.723.6700 to clear any registration Holds
Prerequisites by Email
If you have already sent official (sealed) transcripts
to Admissions and Records you can request a prerequisite override via email to [email protected] . On subject line, write: Prerequisite
Override. Include the following information in
body of email:
Your Name
Course you wish to take, name and num
ber (e.g. Math 65)
Your Student ID Number,
Your phone number.
Your transcripts will be forwarded to a counselor
who will review your documentation and verify
prerequisite course equivalency. If your request
is approved, you should be able to register no
later than two working days after we receive your
documentation provided your registration date has
arrived and seats still remain in the class. You will
be contacted if your request is not approved.
If you have not sent official transcripts to Admissions and Records:
Prerequisities In-Person
1. Bring unofficial transcripts showing successful
completion of equivalent prerequisite course work
to the Counseling Appointment Desk on the first
floor of Building 700.
2. Tell the counselor on duty that you need to override the prerequisite for the course you wish to
take.
3. Fill out the top of the override form.
NOTE: If you are currently taking the prerequisite
course, you will need to supply a letter from the
instructor on college letterhead with the following
information:
1. The name and number of the course
2. Your name
3. The grade the instructor expects you to receive
4. The instructors contact phone number
After dropping off your transcript, a counselor will
review your documentation and verify prerequisite
course equivalency. If your request is approved,
you should be able to register no later than two
working days after we receive your documentation provided your registration date has arrived and
seats still remain in the class. You will be contacted if your request is not approved.
Prerequisite by Fax
You can fax unofficial college transcripts, AP
scores, or letter described above to (510) 723-7012.
Unofficial transcripts must include your name and
the name of the college. Please also send a cover
sheet that includes the following information:
ATTN: Stacey Moore
RE: Override for (name and number of course, e.g.
Math 55 )
Your Name
Your Student ID Number
Your phone number
If your request is approved, you should be able to
register no later than two working days after we
receive your documentation provided your registration date has arrived and seats still remain in the
class. You will be contacted if your request is not
approved.
Repeating Classes
Except as provided in the College Catalog for
specific classes or in cases of extenuating circumstances, a student by state law is limited to two attempts to repeat a course for the purposes of raising
a substandard grade (D, F, and NP).
Students may not repeat courses that are limited to
one attempt in which they received passing grades
of A, B, C, or P. Please refer to the College Catalog
for more information.
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13
How To Register - Continued
Adding & Dropping Classes
5STUDEnT FEES AnD TUITIon
Enrollment Fee
The enrollment fee for all students, except those exempt by law, is $26 per unit. Full payment of enrollment fees (and tuition fees, if applicable) is required
for courses dropped with grades of “W”.
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• No refunds will be given to students who withdraw from classes after the no-grade-of-record
(NGR) deadline.
• Non-resident and International tuition refunds will
be given as follows:
• Prior to the first day of instruction: 90%
• During the first week of instruction: 75%
• After the first week of instruction: No refund
• A $10 processing fee will be subtracted from each
enrollment fee refund. (No processing fee will be
charged if classes were cancelled by the College.)
• The mailing fee, health services, and student
activity fee are not refundable.
• Refund checks will be sent by mail approximately
six to eight weeks from the Chabot-Las Positas
Community College District Business Office after
the request is submitted.
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
6 STUDEnT PHoTo
IDEnTIFICATIon CARD
The Photo ID Office is located in Online Services in
Bldg. 700. Hours are posted and subject to changes
throughout the term. You must bring a copy of your
current registration and one other form of identification such as a California Drivers License. Place
your active Validation/Priority sticker and student
Activity Stickers on the back of your ID card. It is
important that you carry this card with you at all
times. The card is required for identification purposes when requesting college services or seeking
entrance to a college sponsored event.
7 PARkInG FEES
Please note: Parking permits are available online
only. Parking permits are no longer available in the
bookstore.
Please read all instructions carefully:
• Go to Chabot College CLASS-Web or The Zone
at www.chabotcollege.edu and click the link to
“Purchase a Parking Permit.”
• After ordering and paying for your permit:
• Print a temporary permit.
• Approximately 10 days your permanent permit
will be mailed to the address you provided.
• The daily $2 permits are available in all student
lots.
Student parking permits for each instructional term
(semester) may be purchased online only through
CLASS-Web or zthe Zone, after registering for
classes. Individuals who enroll in-person at the Office of Admissions & Records and who wish to purchase a student parking permit will be required to do
so online. Access to and assistance with purchasing
parking permits online is available in the Student
Online Services Center in Bldg. 700. At the time of
purchase, be prepared to print a temporary permit
and have the following vehicle information ready:
• Year
• Make
• Model
• Color
• License Plate Number
• State of Vehicle Registration
Daily parking permits can still be purchased from
dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
Permits shall be hung from the rearview mirror or
displayed on the vehicle dashboard. Students must
pay the parking fee in order to receive a parking
permit. Permits will be mailed out after payment is
received.
The following fees have been set for parking in accordance with Section 76360 of the California Education Code and adopted by the Board of Trustees:
Daily parking permits are purchased from dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
• Daily Permits: $2
Motor Vehicles
• Fall/Spring Semester: $30
• Summer Session: $15
Motorcycle
• Fall/Spring Semester: $15
• Summer Session: $7.50
Summer 2010 Parking Permits are available to
purchase online.
Please note: You must have a valid parking permit displayed on your vehicle to park on campus.
STEpS TO rEgISTEr
Add, Drop (NGR) and Withdrawal deadlines can be
found on CLASS-Web or The Zone.
Important Note: Instructors have the option of dropping students who do not attend either of the first
two class meetings or because of excessive absences
(four consecutive or six cumulative hours).
Students Add number
Only the last four digits of the priority number are
considered by an instructor at the beginning of each
course when determining “add” priority for additional students. The “add” priority number for new
students will be zero for their initial semester of
enrollment. Returning students add number can be
found on CLASS- Web. The add number will reflect
the number of units earned at Chabot College with
an additional random digit added the end.
Adding Classes
Students may attempt to add into open full-term
classes during the registration period prior to the
start of instruction.
To add after the start of instruction, attend the first
class meeting and obtain an Add Authorization
Number from the instructor and register by the Add
Deadline. Use CLASS-Web or The Zone to enroll
with your Add Authorization Numbers before the
deadline date.
Dropping Classes
Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Failure to follow the withdrawal
procedures may result in a grade of “F”. Students
who drop before the No Grade of Record (NGR) period will not have a grade appear on their transcript.
Use CLASS-Web or The Zone to drop any course.
If a class is cancelled or a drop occurs before the
NGR deadline, the resulting balance on the student
account can be applied to future terms or students
may apply for refunds through the Office of Admissions & Records.
Class Withdrawals
Students are responsible for dropping or withdrawing from classes. Use CLASS-Web to withdraw
from classes prior to the “W” deadline date. “W”
grades are subject to all fees and/or tuition. Withdrawals do not affect student GPA; however, excess
“W” notations may result in poor progress or dismissal status, and may affect financial aid or athletic
eligibility. Full payment of enrollment fees (and
tuition fees, if applicable) is required for courses
dropped with grades of “W”.
Extenuating Circumstances Withdrawal
Students may withdraw from a class with extenuating circumstances after the Withdrawal deadline.
An Extenuating Circumstances Withdrawal Petition,
available through Counseling, along with supporting documentation must be filed by the student with
the instructor who will approve and verify that the
class is being passed with a minimum grade of D.
If approved, the petition is forwarded to the Dean
of Counseling for final approval. Circumstances
that will be considered are acute medical problems,
acute personal or family problems, employmentrelated problems, or other similar circumstances
preventing a student from completing the class.
non-Resident Tuition
Non-residents of California are required to pay a
tuition fee of $195 per unit in addition to the enrollment fee and basic fees.
International Student Tuition
The tuition fee for international students, nonimmigrant aliens or students on other types of visas
is $195 per unit in addition to the enrollment fee and
basic fees. AB 540 (California Non-Resident Tuition
Exemption)students may be exempt from non-resident tuition fees. For more information see page 9.
Mailing Fee
An optional fee of $3 will be assessed each semester
to cover the cost of various mailings that students
receive throughout the term (registration mailer,
grade report, etc.).
Health Services Fee
The Associated Student Body adopted a mandatory
health service fee of $14 per semester and $9 during
the summer is assessed to students to support health
services for enrolled students. The only exceptions
to not paying the Student Health Fee are as follows:
• Students who are taking classes held only on Saturday or at an off-campus site, including approved
apprenticeship programs; or
• Students who rely on prayer for healing in accordance with teachings of a bona fide religious
sect, denomination, or organization. To apply for a
waiver, students must provide a statement of such
reliance from an official of the sect, denomination
or organization to the Office of Student Life Bldg.
2300.
Materials Fee
Students will be assessed a fee for enrollment in the
following classes:
• $1 for CHEM 1A, 1B, 30A & 30B.
• $10 for ART 3A, 3B, 3C, 3BD, 10 & 11, DIGM
31A, 31B, 32A & 32B, MCOM 32, 33A, 33B, 34,
38 & 39 and all PHOT classes.
• $15 for ART 16A, 16B, 16C, 16D & 49.11.
• $25 for ART 17, 18, 20 & 49.12.
• $35 for ART 19.
• $8 for CPR card.
Associated Students Activity Fee
An optional fee of $5 will be charged each semester.
Students paying this fee receive an activity sticker,
which provides merchant discounts and discounts
on student activities. Chabot College clubs, scholarships, the Student Center, and other student-related
services are supported with this fee.
Enrollment Fee Refund Policy
To apply for an enrollment fee refund, file an Application for Refund of Fees form at the Office of
Admissions & Records.
THE ZonE InFoRMATIon
HoW To READ THE CLASS SCHEDULE
Chabot College Bookstore
book saves you about 60% off the price of a new
8 CHABoT BookSToRE
book. Check out our selection at www.chabotbookstore.com and click on textbook rentals. You need
The Bookstore is your institutionally owned and
operated resource for all the educational books
and supplies you need to be a successful student
at Chabot College. We support your academic
achievements and look forward to serving you.
Go to www.chabotbookstore.com for more information and services.
Get out of Line!
Buy Your Textbooks Online for UPS delivery:
Shop early and get the best selection of used books!
To place an order, sign on to CLASS-WEB. Go
to the Registration options and click on “Student
Detail Schedule.” Then click on the “Order my
Chabot books” link to view your personal book
list required for your classes. Select the books and
place your order from there. Select UPS ground for
fast local area delivery.
The Bookstore carries a variety of lower cost alternative to new books including: used books, ebooks,
custom books, access codes containing an ebook,
brief editions, and rental books.
nEW! Textbook Rentals!
How do I rent a textbook?
Chabot College received a Department of Education FIPSE (Funds for the Improvement of Post
Secondary Education) grant in the amount of
$299,075 to start a textbook rental program. We are
one of only thirty Colleges in the entire country to
win this highly competitive grant. We have a good
selection of rental books for summer and double the
selection for fall semester 2010 for rent in a variety
of classes for the entire semester. Renting a text-
proof of enrollment to rent a book. Rental books
must be returned by the last day of the semester in
good condition with no writing or highlighting.
Credit card acceptance:
Visa, Master Card, and Discover Card. Students
may use a parents’ credit card by presenting the
card and a note signed by the card holder authorizing the purchase. California ID required. An ATM
machine maintained by the Chabot Federal Credit
Union is located inside the Bookstore. We do not
accept personal or business checks.
Summer Session Book Refund/Exchange
Deadline:
See the Bookstore for details. Refund and exchange
deadlines vary by class start dates.
Receipts are required for all refunds or exchanges
and Chabot student ID. For a full refund, new
books must be returned in brand new, clean condition with no writing, scratches, damages, or bent
pages. Shrink-wrapped or boxed books may be
returned only if undamaged and wrapped in the
original packaging.
Used books must be in salable condition. The
Bookstore may refund the used book price for a
new book that is returned unwrapped, unboxed, or
damaged, and we reserve the right to make a decision on the refund based on the condition. Restocking fees apply.
Used book buy back:
During spring finals week from May 22-28 and
summer session finals week August 2-5, the Bookstore may buy your used textbooks and pay up to
50% of the original price. Prices vary depending
upon if we need the book. We do not guarantee
a buy back value of every book. Book buy back
dates and times are posted in the Bookstore and at
www.chabotbookstore.com. We do not guarantee
a buy back value of every book.
Summer Bookstore Hours:
Monday through Thursday 7:45 am to 6:30 pm
Fridays 7:45 am to noon
Closed Saturdays, Sundays, and July 5.
Chabot College
Bookstore
Bldg.3800
510.783.9800
w w w. c h a b o t b o o k s t o r e . c o m
Textbooks are expensive! We urge you to purchase
the book only if you are enrolled in the class, and
you absolutely need the book. There are no refund
or exchange exceptions made for students who
were not enrolled in the class.
How to Read the Class Schedule
Important Definitions
CRN: Class
COURSE CONFLICT/
If you should see the words: Prerequisite, Corequisite or Strongly Recommended in
Registration
OVERLAP: Students may
the class schedule or catalog, it is important for you to understand the definitions of
Number needed
not enroll in two classes
these terms.
to register for a
that meet during any part
Prerequisite: A condition of enrollment which a student is required to meet in order
specific class
of the same hour
to demonstrate current readiness for enrollment in a course or educational program. A
prerequisite represents a set of skills or a body of knowledge that a student must pos- D/E/S CRN Type Day[s] Times Room Instructor
Dates
Code Sec
sess prior to enrollment and without which the student is highly unlikely to succeed
in the course or program. Students will not be permitted to enroll in such courses
and programs without the appropriate prerequisite. The computer used for registraADMJ 50 InTRo To ADMIn oF JUSTICE 3.0 UnITS
tion recognizes completion of prerequisites at Chabot College or Las Positas College History and philosophy of administration of justice in America; theories of crime, punishment,
only. It is important to submit official transcripts in order to determine if other course and rehabilitation; ethnics, education and training for professionalism in the system.
work completed is equivalent to prerequisites listed for courses. Visit the Counseling
Division located in Bldg. 700 or email [email protected] .
D 30551 Lec MW 10:30 11:45 519 STAFF
8/28-12/13 GR 001
Corequisite: A condition of enrollment consisting of a course which a student is
E 32329 Lec M
7:00 9:50 *225 LACER
8/28-12/13 P/N SL1
required to simulaneousIy take in order to enroll in another course. A corequisite
represents a set of skills or a body of knowledge that a student must acquire through
GRADING CODE:
SECTION NUMBERS:
DAYS:
LOCATION:
concurrent enrollment in another course and without which the student is highly
GR = Courses must be taken
Amencan Culture courses
D = Day Class
Classes
unlikely to succeed. Students must concurrently enroll in the corequisite course.
for letter grade
begin with A (e.g. A01)
E = Evening
marked with
P/N = Courses must be taken
Strongly Recommended: A condition of enrollment which a student is advised,
Class
an *asterisk
for pass/no pass
but not required, to meet before, or in conjunction with enrollment in a course or
S = Saturday
meet in an
OP = Courses may be taken for
educational program. Strongly recommended preparation represents a set of skills or
Class
Off-Campus
letter grade or pass/no pass
a body of knowledge with which a student will achieve a greater depth or breadth of
O = Online Only
Location
knowledge of course material but without which the student is still likely to succeed
in the course or program.
The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District reserves the right to cancel classes, to
make other changes as college needs require, and to change, without notice, any of the information, requirements and regulations in this schedule of classes.
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Summer Schedule of Classes – Listings by Session
Course
Class Name
6-WEEK SESSION: JUNE 28-AUGUST 6
ANAT 1
GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY
ANTH 1 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 1L PHYSICAL ANTHRO LABORATORY
ANTH 5 CULTURES OF THE U.S.
ART 2A INTRO TO DRAWING
ART 2B DRAWING & COMPOSITION
BIOL 31 INTRO TO COLLEGE BIOLOGY
BUS 7
ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL BUSINESS
BUS 12 INTRO TO BUSINESS
CHEM 30A INTRO & APPLIED CHEMISTRY I
CHEM 30B INTRO
C a& APPLIED
n C eCHEMISTRY
l l e IId
CHEM 31 INTRO TO COLLEGE CHEMISTRY
CHIN 1B ELEMENTARY CHINESE
COMM 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH/COMMUNIC
COMM 46 ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE
ECD 51 PRENATAL
C a nTO EARLY
C e CHILDHOOD
l l e d
ECON 1 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECON
ECON 2 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECON
ENGL 1A CRITICAL READING & COMPOSITION
ENGL 4 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE LIT
ENGL 7 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE ACROSS
ENGL 12 CRAFT OF WRITING - FICTION
ENGL 107 INTRO TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR
ENGL 118A LEARNING SKILLS: READ/WRITE
ESL 108 BASIC
C SPELLING
a n C FOR
e lESLl e d
ESL 111A PRONUNCIATION
C a n C e l l e d
ESL 112 ENGLISH
C a GRAMMAR:
n C e REVIEW/ESL
l l e d
GEOG 1 INTRO TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
HLTH 1
INTRO TO HEALTH
HIS 7
US HISTORY THROUGH RECONSTRUCT
HIS 8
US HISTORY POST-RECONSTRUCT
MTT 63A INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS
MTT 70 INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE SHOP
MTT 9906 NUMERICAL CONTROL OPERATION
MCOM 41 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS
MTH 31 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
MTH 105L BASIC MATHEMATICS WITH LAB
PHED 1AA AQUA AEROBICS
PHED 1AAD AQUA AEROBICS-DEEP WATER
PHED 1AB AEROBIC FITNESS
PHED 1AJD AQUA JOGGING-DEEP WATER
PHED 1ATF ADVANCE
C a nTRACK
C e& FIELD
l l e d
PHED 1BB BASEBALL
PHED 1BKT TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL
PHED 1DST DISABLED STRENGTH TRAINING
PHED 1FBA FAT BURNING AEROBICS
PHED 1GBWGUTS & BUTTS WORKOUT
PHED 1HHD HIP HOP DANCE
C a n C e l l e d
PHED 1JU JUDO
PHED 1JUA JUDO
C aADVANCED
n C e l l e d
PHED 1LEC LAW ENFORCEMENT CONDITIONING I
16
Course # Class Name
PHED 1PIL PILATES BASED EXERCISE
PHED 1PSF PUBLIC SAFETY FITNESS
PHED 1SA STEP AEROBICS
PHED 1SW SWIMMING
PHED 1SWA ADVANCED SWIMMING
PHED 1SWF SWIMMING FOR FITNESS
PHED 1SWI SWIMMING-BEGINNING/INTERMED
PHED 1SWL LAP SWIMMING
PHED 1WEI WATER EXERCISE INTERMED
PHED 1WFE WEIGHT TRAINING FOR EVERYONE 1
PHED 1WT WEIGHT TRAINING
PHED 1YCS YOGA & CORE STABILIZATION
PHIL 60 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY: ETHICS
POLI 1
INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
PSYC 6 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
PSCN 23 EOPS COLLEGE READINESS
SL 64
ASL BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE
SOCI 1
PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
THTR 47 COLLEGE THEATER ACTING
6-WEEK ONLINE COURSES
ANAT 1
BUS 50A
BUS 50B
BUS 50D
BUS 50F
BUS 50J
CAS 50
ECD 50
ENGL 1A
ENGL 4
ENGL 7
MTH 55
MUSL 1
NUTR 1
POLI 1
SPA 1A
GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY
SKILLS
C aFORn SUPERVISORS
C e l l e d
BUSINESS
C a nETIQ/PROFESSIONALISM
C e l l e d
RESUMES/JOB APPLICAT LETTERS
DEVELOPING
C a n AC BUSINESS
e l l PLAN
e d
C
a
n
C
e
l
l
e
d
TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS
INTRO TO COMPUTER APPL SYSTEMS
EARLY CHILDHOOD PRINCIP/PRACTICES
CRITICAL READING & COMPOSITION
CRITICAL THINK/WRITE LIT
CRITICAL THINK/WRITE ACROSS
INTERMED ALGEBRA
INTRO TO MUSIC
NUTRITION
INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
BEGINNING SPANISH
6-WEEK TELECOURSES
BIOL 50
PHSI 1
ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
8-WEEK SESSION: JUNE 14-AUGUST 6
ANTH 3
ASTR 10
BUS 1A
CHEM 1B
CAS 72A
CAS 72B
CAS 72C
CAS 72D
CAS 72E
CAS 72F
CAS 72G
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
INTRO TO ASTRONOMY
FINANCIAL
C a nACCOUNTING
C e l l e d
GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II
ELEM COMP KEYBOARDING I
ELEM COMP KEYBOARDING II
COMP KEYBOARDING III
INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD
INTRO TO MICROSOFT EXCEL
INTRO TO MICROSOFT POWERPOINT
INTRO TO MICROSOFT ACCESS
Course # Class Name
CAS 72J TEN-KEY
CAS 72M INTRO TO COMPUTING
CAS 72N INTRO TO THE INTERNET
CHEM 1B GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II
COMM 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH/COMM
COMM 10 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
ENGL 1A CRITICAL READING & COMPOSITION
ENGL 4 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE LIT
ENGL 101A READING,
C a REASONING
n C e l &lWRITING
e d I
ENGL 101B READING,
C a REASONING,
n C e l WRITING
l e d II
ENGL 102 READ/REASON/WRITE-ACCELERATED
ESL 111A PRONUNCIATION
C a n C e l l e d
FT 95
WORK EXPERIENCE/FT
FT 96
WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR/FT
HLTH 1
INTRO TO HEALTH
HLTH 51A BASIC MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
HLTH 61 EMERGENCY RESPONSE
MTH 1
CALCULUS I
MTH 20 PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS
MTH 37 TRIG/GEOMETRIC FOUNDATIONS
MTH 43 INTRO/PROBABILITY & STATISTICS
MTH 55 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
MTH 65 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
MTH 105 BASIC MATHEMATICS
PHED 1AB AEROBIC FITNESS
PHED 1BRD BALLROOM DANCE
PHED 1FBA FAT BURNING AEROBICS
PHED 1GBWGUTS & BUTTS WORKOUT
PHED 1SP SPORTS CONDITIONING
PHED 1TA4 TENNIS-ADVANCED-LEVEL 4
PHED 1TI3 TENNIS-INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL 3
PHED 1TN2 TENNIS-NOVICE-LEVEL 2
PHED 1TNI TENNIS-BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE
PHED 1VBI VOLLEYBALL-BEGINNING/INTERMED
PHED 1VBT VOLLEYBALL-TOURNAMENT
PHED 23 SPORTS OFFICIATING
PHYS 11 DESCRIPTIVE PHYSICS
PSYC 12 LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY
SOCI 1
PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
8-WEEK ONLINE COURSES
ASTR 20
BUS 1A
BUS 1B
BUS 7
BUS 8
BUS 10
BUS 12
BUS 14
BUS 16
BUS 21
BUS 22
ENGL 1A
INTRO TO ASTRONOMY: STARS/UNIVERS
FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL BUSINESS
PAYROLL ACCOUNTING
BUSINESS LAW
INTRO TO BUSINESS
BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
HUMAN
C aRESOURCE
n C e MANAGEMENT
l l e d
INTRO TO MANAGEMENT
CRITICAL READING & COMPOSITION
Summer Schedule of Classes – Listings by Session
Course #
Class Name
Course #
HLTH 1
INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH
HLTH 8
PHED 4
PHED 16
PHED 28
PHED 57
PHED 60
PHED 61
PSYC 1
PSCN 10
REST 80
REST 84
SOCI 1
SOCI 3
SOCI 4
HUMAN SEXUALITY
BASIC
C HEART
a n RATE
C e TRNG
l l e d
COLLEGE
C a SUCCESS
n C e FOR
l lATHLETES
e d
COMP OF PHYS FITNESS-HUMAN BDY
NUTRITION FOR FITNESS/FAT LOSS
SPORTS MANAGEMENT
COACHING INTERSCHOLAST SPORTS
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
CAREER
C a & nEDUCATION
C e l PLANNING
l e d
REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
AMERICAN
CULTURAL/RACIAL
C a n
C e l l eMINORITIES
d
MARRIAGE & FAMILY RELATIONS
8-WEEK TELECOURSES
Class Name
SPECIAL SESSIONS
DHYG 71C
ECD 62
ECD 63
ENGL 116
ENGL 116
ENGL 119
GNST 266
HIS 2
NURS 54
PHED 1BKH
CHEM 10 INTRO TO CHEMISTRY
PHED BKI
Mark a Place in Chabot College’s History
PHED BKL
With a Commemorative Brick
In Our Pathway to the Future
PHED 1FC
Special grey granite bricks will be permanently
placed outside the new Community and
Student Services Center. Cost is $250.
For information contact the
Chabot College Foundation
PHED 1ASC
PHED 1SC
PHED 1SP
510.723.6936.
Course #
PHED 1WS
ADVANCED PREDIODONTAL PROCEDURES
08/09-08/12
CHILD FAMILY COMMUNITY
06/14-07/09
EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM
06/14-07/09
LEARNING SKILLS/DIAGNOSTIC CLI
06/14-07/19
LEARNING SKILLS/DIAGNOSTIC CLI
06/15-07/20
LEARNING SKILLS - PROB SOLVING
06/14-07/19
LIFE SKILLS FOR THE ADOLESCENT
06/21-07/23
WESTERN
C a nCIVILZATION
C e l SINCE
l e 1600
d
06/14-07/21
CLINICAL TOPICS/NURSING
08/10-08/11
HALF
C COURT
a n CBASKETBALL
e l l eLEAGUE
d
06/13-08/08
BASKETBALL
C a n CLEAGUE
e l INTERMEDIATE
l e d
06/13-08/08
BASKETBALL LEAGUE
06/13-08/08
FITNESS CENTER
06/01-08/06
AQUA-CONDITIONING
06/07-08/07
SOCCER
06/12-08/07
SPORTS CONDITIONING
07/26-08/13
WRESTLING
Class Name
06/28-08/12
PHED 1WTC WEIGHT TRAINING CIRCUIT
06/28-08/12
PHED 2FC FITNESS CENTER 2
06/07-08/07
PHED 2FCO FITNESS 2009 ORIENTAT/TRAINING
06/07-08/07
PHED 2FCO FITNESS 2009 ORIENTAT/TRAINING
06/07-08/08
PHED 2FPL FOOTBALL PASSING LEAGUE 2
06/21-08/12
PHED 2PL POWER LIFTING 2
06/21-08/12
PHED 3BB BASEBALL 3
06/12-08/08
PSYC 1
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
06/14-07/23
SL 64
ASL BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE
06/14-07/09
SPA 1A
BEGINNING SPANISH
06/14-07/09
SPA 1B
ELEMENTARY SPANISH
07/13-08/06
SPECIAL SESSIONS – ONLINE COURSES
HIS 7 U.S. HISTORY THROUGH RECONSTRUCTION
06/21-07/31
HIS 8 U.S. HISTORY SINCE RECONSTRUCTION
06/14-07/26
HIS 12 HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA
06/14-07/30
PSYC 1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
06/14-07/23
Summer Schedule of Classes by Subject
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Times
Room
Dates
Code
Sec
ANTHROPOLOGY
ANTH 1 BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL ANTHRO
3.0 Units
Humans as a biological species through an examination of
fossil evidence for human evolution, behavior of nonhuman
primates, and human evolutionary biology and genetics. Emphasis on uniquely human biological and behavioral
characteristics, as well as those shared with other animals.
Current anthropological issues such as the biological meaning of race, genetic diseases, and the influence of evolution
on human behavior. CAN ANTH 2
D 10005 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 503 SINGH 06/28-08/06 OP 061
ANTH 1L BIOLOGICAL/PHYSICAL ANTHRO LAB 1.0 Units
Laboratory exercises developed as an adjunct to
Anthropology 1(Introduction to Biological/Physical
Anthropology) including the identification of fossils through
examination of fossil casts, the study of human artifacts,
observation of primate behavior and structure, and problemsolving in case studies of human genetics. Prerequisite:
Anthropology 1 (may be taken concurrently).
D 10118 Lab TWR 1:15 4:05 503 SINGH 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s]
Times
Room
Dates
Code
Sec
ANTH 3 SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0 Units
How human beings in different cultures meet basic biological, social and cultural needs, including kinship and marriage
practices, political and social organization, economic institutions, religious and childrearing practices, and social change.
CAN ANTH 4
E 10153 Lec MW 6:30 9:35 503 Staff - So 06/14-08/06 OP 081
ANTH 5 CULTURES OF THE U.S.
3.0 Units
Issues relevant to understanding constructs of race, class,
gender and culture in U.S. society from a global perspective.
Factors affecting U.S. cultural communities including impacts
of globalization, patterns of migration, permeability of cultural communities in the U.S., the cultural politics of identity
and xenophobia, and other factors influencing modern U.S.
society.
D 10388 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 556 Staff - So 06/28-08/06 OP 061
ART
ART 2A
INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING
3.0 Units
Skills development in light and shade, composition,
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s]
Times
Room
Dates
Code
Sec
perspective and other basics. The use of pencil, charcoal,
and/or ink. CAN ART 8
D 10365 Lec MTWTh 8:00 9:15 901 GOLOJUCH 06/28-08/06 OP 061
MTWTh 9:20 12:10 901
OP
ART 2B DRAWING AND COMPOSITION
3.0 Units
Development of knowledge and skills introduced in Art 2A,
emphasizing media and composition and introducing the use
of color. Prerequisite: Art 2A (completed with a grade of “C”
or higher).
D 10367 Lec MTWTh 8:00 9:15 901 GOLOJUCH 06/28-08/06 OP 061
MTWTh 9:20 12:10 901
OP
ASTRONOMY
ASTR 10 THE SOLAR SYSTEM
3.0 Units
Introduction to history and physical principles of astronomy,
focusing on our Solar System. Includes: constellations; distance scales; historical development of astronomy; gravitation; motion of the earth, moon and planets; astronomical
tools; formation and evolution of the solar system; physical
properties, atmosphere, and evolution of the earth, moon,
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
and planets within the solar system; asteroids, comets, and
other small bodies; discovery of extra-solar planets; possibilities for life beyond Earth. Designed for non-majors in
mathematics or physical science.
D 10604 Lec TWR 10:30 12:20 1902 HILDRETH 06/14-08/06 OP 081
ASTR 20 STARS AND THE UNIVERSE
3.0 Units
Introduction to study of stars, galaxies, cosmology. Includes
the nature of light and matter, telescopes, spectroscopy, stellar formation and evolution, galaxies, quasars, and cosmology. Designed for non-majors in mathematics or a physical
science.
O 10605 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA HILDRETH 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
or 65Y and eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
D 10072 Lec MTWTh 10:15 12:20 2108 BRAGANZA 06/28-08/06 GR 061
Lab MTWTh 8:00 10:05 2104
GR
D 10001 Lec MTWTh 10:15 12:20 2108 BRAGANZA 06/28-08/06 GR 062
Lab MTWTh 12:30 2:35 2104
GR
D 10180 Lec MTWTh 4:50 6:55 2108 SMITH 06/28-08/06 GR 063
Lab MTWTh 2:40 4:45 2104
GR
E 10196 Lec MTWTh 4:50 6:55 2108 SMITH 06/28-08/06 GR 064
Lab MTWTh 7:00 9:05 2104
GR
BIOL 50 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
4.0 Units
Structure and function of the human body is studied.
Emphasis on human anatomy and physiological principles at
the cellular and systemic level. Designed primarily for majors
in paramedic and medical assisting programs and pre-medical students who wish to explore the realm of anatomy and
physiology.
D 10094 Tue C10:00a 2:00
n 2102
C eMARAWALA
l l 06/28-08/06
e d GR 0T1
By Arr 13.8 Hrs/Wk 2102
GR
D 10116 Wed 10:00
2:00
2102
MARAWALA
06/28-08/06
GR
0T2
C a n C e l l e d
By Arr 13.8 Hrs/Wk 2102
GR
cash and accrual accounting concepts, merchandising operation, internal control and ethics, reporting and accounting for
receivables, payables, long- term assets and liabilities, inventory, depreciation, stockholders’ equity, stocks and bonds.
Strongly recommended: Business 7.
D 10114 Lec MTWTh
OP 081
C a8:00n10:05C 1609
e CHUN
l l 06/14-08/06
e d
O 10168 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BHANGAL 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
O 10300 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA BHANGAL 06/14-08/06 OP ON2
O 10395 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG 06/14-08/06 OP ON3
ASTR 20, section ON1 is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
ATEC 52 AUTOMOTIVE CAREER EXPLORATION 1.0 Units
Researching current career pathways related to the automotive industry including job opportunities, salary expectations,
and training expectations.
O 10643 By Arr C3.0 Hrs/Wk
a n TBA
C eBAUMl l06/28-08/06
e d P/N ON1
ATEC 52, section ON1 is an online course with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://chabotcollege.edu/online.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES-ANATOMY
BIOL 50, sections OT1 & 0T2, are Distance Education courses
which use a combination of on-campus lab and CD-ROM
lectures (no videos). Students must have PC accessibility with
Windows 95, 98, or NT and a CD-ROM drive. Students must
have an email account they can access so instructor can stay
in touch with them regarding any changes, helpful hints, Q &
A, etc. Labs are done on the computer at home and during
actual lab visits on campus. Any human anatomy or physiology
college-level text may be used. For questions, please email the
instructor at [email protected]
ANAT 1
GENERAL HUMAN ANATOMY
5.0 Units
Structure and function of the human body with emphasis on
microscopic, gross and developmental anatomy. Microscopic
examination of normal and pathological tissues, and dissection, supplemented by use of charts, models, and computer
assisted instruction. Prerequisite: Biology 31 or equivalent
course (completed with a grade of “C” or higher). Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or 52A. CAN BIOL 10
D 10126 Lec MTWTh 9:15 11:20 2110 HOWELL 06/28-08/06 GR 061
Lab MTWTh 12:00 4:20 2110
GR
E 10263 By Arr 22.2 Hrs/Wk TBA LANGE 06/28-08/06 GR ON1
Lab TTh 6:00 7:50 2110
GR
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES-PHYSIOLOGY
ANAT 1, section ON1 is a Hybrid course with required oncampus meetings. This class will meet for labs in room 2110 every Tuesday and Thursday from 6-7:50pm on 6/29, 7/20, & 8/5.
The class will meet from 6-8:50pm for exams. For important
additional information, see the Online Course Information page
at the end of this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
This section (OT1) is a Hybrid format class where students will
do the same lab activities, but half of them are done outside the
class by CD issued with the course lab manual. The interactive
software also covers a lot of the didactics for the course with
special issues being covered in class when students are all on
campus. Students are required to have access to a PC operating
Windows 2000, NT or XP and have a functioning email address
that will be available for a class registry. The first day of class
will serve as orientation and students are required to purchase
their lab book pack on the first day so they can be issued the
CD’s for the course.
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES-BIOLOGY
BIOL 31 INTRO TO COLLEGE BIOLOGY
4.0 Units
Basic principles of biology. Includes origin of life, cell structure and function, cell division, reproduction, genetics, taxonomy, evolution, and cell metabolism. Laboratory emphasis on
developing various laboratory skills, using the metric system,
collecting data, graphing, interpreting data, utilizing statistics
and preparing for and taking laboratory practicals. Designed
to prepare the necessary concepts and laboratory skills and
experience that are needed to succeed in more advanced
courses in biology. Strongly recommended: Math 65 or 65B
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PHSI 1 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY
5.0 Units
Cellular and systemic body functions. Emphasis placed on
physio- and electro-chemical and clinical methods, collection and analysis of data, extrapolations and conclusions.
Working models, including human responses, computer
simulations are studied. Prerequisite: Chemistry 30A and
Anatomy 1 (both with a grade of “C” or higher). Strongly
recommended: Chemistry 30B, eligibility for English 1A or
52A. CAN BIOL 12
D 10264 MTWTh 2:30 6:30 2102 MARAWALA 06/28-08/06 GR 0T1
By Arr 10.2 Hrs/Wk 2102
GR
BUSINESS
BUS 1A FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
4.0 Units
Explores financial accounting, its importance and how it
is used by internal and external users as decision-making
tool. Covers forms of organizations; accounting information
systems; application of general accounting principles; and
preparation, interpretation and analysis of various forms of
financial statements. Includes topics on cash flow statement,
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
BUS 1A, sections ON1, ON2 & ON3, are online courses, with
no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of
this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 1B MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
4.0 Units
Examine how managers use accounting information in
decision-making, planning, directing, operating, and controlling. Emphasis on cost terms and concepts, cost structure,
cost behavior, cost-volume-profit analysis, profit planning,
budgeting, budgetary controls, cost controls, accounting for
manufacturing costs and ethics. Prerequisite: Bus 1A (completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
O 10275 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
O 10413 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA WONG 06/14-08/06 OP ON2
BUS 1B, sections ON1 & ON2, are online courses, with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of this
schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 7 ACCOUNTING FOR SMALL BUSINESS
3.0 Units
Bookkeeping practices for a sole proprietorship. Debit and
credit practice, books of original entry, ledgers, working
papers, adjusting and closing entries, income statement, balance sheets, and statement of owner’s equity, cash, payroll,
special journals, merchandising firms.
D 10189 Lec MTW 6:30 9:00 1609 KALYAGIN 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Lab Th 6:30 9:00 1609
OP
O 10274 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA KLEIN 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
BUS 7, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 8 PAYROLL ACCOUNTING
3.0 Units
The laws, principles and procedures of payroll accounting
in both manual and computerized environments. Concepts
covered include preparation of payroll records and reports;
payroll law and practices; computation of taxes, including
Social Security, federal income tax, state income taxes, and
unemployment taxes and voluntary withholdings. Strongly
recommended: Business 1A or Business 7 or equivalent.
O 10414 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA BHANGAL 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
BUS 8, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 10 BUSINESS LAW
4.0 Units
Legal setting in which business operates, with emphasis on
legal reasoning and resolution, contracts, agency, partnerships and corporations. CAN 8.
O 10125 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA NOVAK 06/14-08/06 GR ON1
O 10396
By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RUIZ 06/14-08/06 GR ON2
O 10508 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA LOFFT 06/14-08/06 GR ON3
Summer Schedule of Classes by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
BUS 10, sections ON1, ON2 & ON3, are online courses, with
no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of
this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
tive work situations and the internet.
O 10415 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA KALYAGIN 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
BUS 50D RESUMES AND JOB APPL LETTERS
1.0 Units
Research and preparation of persuasive employment search
documents, including company research, self-assessment,
document composition and format. Includes resumes, job
application letters, and follow up communications. May be offered in Distance Education delivery format.
O 10618 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA DERMODY 06/28-08/06 OP ON1
BUS 12 INTRO TO BUSINESS
3.0 Units
Survey of the private enterprise system and basic business
concepts, business economics, types of business ownership,
ethics, globalization, and organizational functions (management, marketing, accounting, and finance.
D 10301 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:25 1609 KALYAGIN 06/28-08/06 OP 061
O 10276 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
O 10509 By ArrC 6.7aHrs/Wk
OP ON2
n CTBAe PINKAS
l l 06/14-08/06
e d
BUS 12, sections ON1 & ON2, are online courses, with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of this
schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 14 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
3.0 Units
Theory and application of written and oral communications
in a professional business environment: organization of messages, editing for tone and polish, presentation techniques,
meeting management, job search communications. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
O 10520 Lec By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA IANNIELLO 06/14-08/06 GR ON1
Lab By Arr 2.2 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
BUS 14, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 16 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
3.0 Units
Mathematics to solve typical business problems including simple interest, compound interest, installment sales, trade and
cash discounts, markup percents, pricing, discounting notes
and drafts, depreciation, taxes, insurance, statistics, stocks,
bonds, and distribution of ownership and profits. Strongly
recommended: Mathematics 105 or 105L (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher).
O 10302 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA PINKAS 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
BUS 16, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 21 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
3.0 Units
Introduction to the management of human resources. The
impact and accountability of human resources to the organization. Global human resource strategies, social and
organizational realities, legal implications affecting people at
work, union/non-union practices, comparable work, employee
compensation, benefits, and employee rights.
O 10510 By Arr
OP ON1
C 6.7
a Hrs/Wk
n C TBA
e PINKAS
l l e06/14-08/06
d
BUS 12, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 22 INTRO TO MANAGEMENT
3.0 Units
Principles and concepts of traditional management tasks,
contemporary management challenges related to such topics
as people, diversity, quality, social responsibility and ethics,
the global environment, production management, information
technology, competitiveness and innovation, building alterna-
BUS 22, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 50A SKILLS FOR SUPERVISORS
1.0 Units
This course will provide survival skills for new supervisors
and those who aspire to move to managerial positions.
Necessary skills of time management, leadership, planning,
motivation, conducting meetings, communication, handling
stress, conflict, and performance appraisals will be discussed.
Student will be involved in a variety of management exercises, discussions, current trends in supervision, and real-world
cases studies.
O 10615 By ArrC3.0 Hrs/Wk
OP ON1
a n CTBA eLALAMI
l l 06/28-08/06
e d
BUS 50A, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
LEARN BUSINESS ONLINE!
This summer, we’re offering 18 online
sections of 12 different business courses,
including:
• ourkeyAccountingclasses(1A,1B,7,&8)
• BusinessLaw
• IntrotoBusiness
• BusinessCommunications
• Management
• BusinessMath
• HumanResearchManagement.
Noon-campusmeetingsarerequired,butwe
recommendfirst-timeonlinestudentsattend
oneofourOnlineLearningOrientation
sessions. Find the complete schedule of online
classes and orientation sessions at http://
chabotweb.clpccd.cc.ca.us/online.
For more information, visit www.
chabotcollege.edu/BUS or email us at
[email protected]
BUS 50B BUS ETIQUETTE & PROFESSIONAL
1.0 Units
Principles of American and international business etiquette
for the business professional: introductions, conversational
techniques, professional appearance, entertainment, telephone and computer etiquette and more.
O 10617 By ArrC3.0 Hrs/Wk
OP ON1
a n CTBA eBARTON
l l 06/28-08/06
e d
BUS 50B, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 50D, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see
the Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule,
and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 50F DEVELOPING A BUSINESS PLAN
1.0 Units
Research, analysis and outlining logical and persuasive
business plans, including market and competitive analysis
financial plans, management and operational plans, and plan
outlines and executive summaries.
O 10619 By ArrC3.0 Hrs/Wk
OP ON1
a n CTBA eBARTON
l l 06/28-08/06
e d
BUS 50F, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
BUS 50J TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS
1.0 Units
Practical tips and tools to manage time in academic and
business-related situations. Setting short-term and longterm goals. Prioritization of goals and activities. Developing
plans; organizing your workplace. Typical time wasters/time
leaks, including procrastination, and ways of overcoming
them.
O 10620 By Arr C3.0 Hrs/Wk
a n TBA
C eSILVA-WILKI
l l 06/28-08/06
e d OP ON1
BUS 50J, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
CHEMISTRY
CHEM 1B GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II 5.0 Units
Continuation of Chemistry 1A. Chemical energetics and
equilibria, solutions and ionic equilibria, acid-base chemistry,
electrochemistry, coordination chemistry, kinetics, nuclear
chemistry, organic chemistry, and the chemistry of family
groups of the periodic table. Laboratory emphasizes quantitative techniques, including instrumentation, and qualitative
analysis. Prerequisite: Chemistry 1A (completed with a grade
of “C” or higher). CAN CHEM 4, CHEM SEQ A
D 10045 Lec MTWTh 9:00 10:25 3932 SCHUMACHER 06/14-08/06 GR 081
Lab MTWTh 10:45 1:55 3923
GR
CHEM 10 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
4.0 Units
A non-mathematical survey of the basic concepts of chemistry designed for non-science majors. Basic structure,
properties and reactivity of matter and energy as they relate
to our environmental nutrition, material science and other
current topics. May not be taken for credit if Chemistry 1A or
Chemistry 31 has been completed.
D 10063 Tue 6:30 9:20 3921 GIBSON 06/14-08/06 OP 0T1
By Arr 9.7 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
This section (0T1) is a Hybrid course with required on-campus
meetings. Course orientation is on 6/15 from 6:30-7:30pm.
Class meetings are on 6/22, 6/29 7/6, 7/13, 7/20 and 7/27 from
6:30-9:20pm.
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CHEM 30A INTRO AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY I 4.0 Units
Chemistry of inorganic compounds, atomic theory, bonding, equations, gas laws, solutions, acid-base theory and
oxidation-reduction. Designed for certain majors in allied
health and technological fields and for general education.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 65 or 65B or 65L (completed with
a grade of C or higher). CAN CHEM 6
D 10150 Lec MTWTh 8:00 10:05 3922 SAWHNEY 06/28-08/06 GR 061
Lab MTWTh 10:10 12:15 3929
GR
D 10212 Lec MTWTh 10:15 12:15 3922 SAWHNEY 06/28-08/06 GR 062
Lab MTWTh 12:30 2:25 3929
GR
with a grade of “C” or higher). CAN CHEM 8
D 10213 Lec MTWTh
GR 061
C a10:15n12:20C 3902
e JOSHI
l l 06/28-08/06
e d
Lab MTWTh 1:00 3:05 3901
GR
Computer Application Systems
Add or update your computer skills by
enrolling in one or two online courses or
enroll in a series of flexible (at your own
speed within your weekly time schedule)
courses.
The following are fully online courses
with no required class meetings:
• CAS50-ComputerConcepts(3units)–
Introduction to computer applications for
businessandhome.Includeshardware,
softwareapplications(Word,Excel,
PowerPoint)usingMSOffice2007.Learn
databaseconcepts,email,andHTMLto
create a webpage.
• CAS88A-MicrosoftWord1(3units)–
Introduction to word processing techniques
toproducebusinessletters,memos,reposts,
tablesandotherdocuments.usingMS
Office2007
The following are flexible, self-paced
classes:
• CAS“72”Series(1Unit)Courses–
Campus Sections Only:
CAS72A/B/C Keyboarding
CAS72D
Word2007
CAS72E
Excel2007
CAS72F
PowerPoint2007
CAS72G
Access2007
CAS72J
10-Key
CAS72M
IntrotoComputing
CAS72N
IntototheInternet
For CAS 50, contact: Judy O’Toole at:
[email protected]
For CAS 88A & CAS 72 Series, contact:
Mary Dermody at: [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu
CHEM 30B INTRO AND APPLIED CHEMISTRY II 4.0 Units
Continuation of Chemistry 30A with emphasis on organic and
biochemical concepts related to human physiological systems.
Designed for certain majors in the allied health sciences and
technological fields. Prerequisite: Chemistry 30A (completed
20
CHEM 31 INTRO TO COLLEGE CHEMISTRY 4.0 Units
Elementary concepts of chemistry with emphasis on mathematical calculations; includes nomenclature, stoichiometry,
atomic structure, gas laws, and acids and bases. Designed
for majors in science and engineering. Prerequisite:
Mathematics 55 or 55B (completed with a grade of “C” or
higher).
D 10131 Lec MTWTh 8:30 10:35 3924 WELLS 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Lab MTWTh 11:15 1:20 3921
OP
CHINESE
CHIN 1B
ELEMENTARY CHINESE
5.0 Units
Further study of the Chinese cultures of the world featuring
the acquisition of the four language skills (listening, speaking,
reading, and writing) of Mandarin Chinese begun in Chinese
1A. Prerequisite: Chinese 1A (completed with a grade of “C”
or higher).
D 10621 Lec MTWTh 8:30 11:35 807 KUO 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Lab MTW 11:40 12:30 100A
OP
COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMM 1 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH COMM 3.0 Units
Emphasis on developing, stating, organizing, and researching
ideas, and presenting to an audience. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 10626 Lec MTWTh 8:15 10:20 851 IANNIELLO 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10627 Lec MTWTh 8:15 10:20 859 MURPHY 06/28-08/06 OP 062
D 10628 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 858 WARDA 06/28-08/06 OP 063
D 10629 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 851 IANNIELLO 06/28-08/06 OP 064
D 10630 Lec MTWTh 1:00 3:05 859 MURPHY 06/28-08/06 OP 065
D 10631 Lec TWR 8:15 10:20 853 SPRATT 06/14-08/06 OP 081
D 10632 Lec TWR 10:30 12:35 853 SPRATT 06/14-08/06 OP 082
D 10633 Lec TWR 1:00 3:05 853 GLEN 06/14-08/06 OP 083
D 10634 Lec TWR 4:20 6:25 853 HORTON 06/14-08/06 OP 084
E 10637 Lec MTWTh 6:30 8:35 857 HORTON 06/28-08/06 OP 066
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COMM 10 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
3.0 Units
Exploration, discussion, and evaluation of the components
of verbal and nonverbal communication processes. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for English 1A or 52A.
D 10635 Lec TWR 10:30 12:35 122 GLEN 06/14-08/06 OP 081
COMM 46 ARGUMENTATION & DEBATE
3.0 Units
Analysis of contemporary questions through written and spoken discourse. Analysis, criticism and synthesis of contemporary moral, political, economic and philosophical issues of
a diverse, multicultural society, using traditional and modern
models of argumentation. Strongly recommended: English
1A.
D 10636 Lec MTWTh 12:00 2:05 810 AMES 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
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COMPUTER APPLICATION SYSTEMS
CAS 50 INTRO TO COMPUTER APPL SYSTEMS 3.0 Units
Intro to computer applications for business and home use.
Includes hardware and common software applications such
as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access, plus an understanding of an Internet Browser for the World Wide Web, HTML,
Email, Web Pages and or a programming language. Includes
use of personal computer, and familiarization with its capabilities in a Windows environment.
O 10234 By Arr 12.0 Hrs/Wk TBA O TOOLE 06/28-08/06 OP ON1
CAS 50, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
Computer Application Systems 72A-081 through 72N-081
are courses offered in a self-paced, hands-on computer
laboratory. A maximum of 54 hours of hands-on practice can
be completed for course credit. Classes meet in Room 1615.
Lab hours are: Tuesday through Thursday from 10:00 a.m.
until 2:00 p.m. Registration in more than one of these courses
is permitted. The last day for registration in the self-paced lab
for Summer 2010 term is July 15, 2010.
CAS 72A ELEM COMP KEYBOARDING I
1.0 Units
Self-paced basic introduction to the computer keyboard for
developing correct keyboarding skills.
D 10081 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm Last day for registration for CAS 72A is July
22nd.
CAS 72B ELEM COMP KEYBOARDING II
1.0 Units
Self-paced computer keyboard skill development for improving keyboarding accuracy and speed. Introduction to word
processing techniques will also be taught including introduction to basic word processing techniques. Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems 72A.
D 10082 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm Last day for registration for CAS 72B is July
15th.
CAS 72C
COMP KEYBOARDING III
1.0 Units
Self-paced computer keyboard review for improving keyboarding accuracy and peed. Strongly recommended:
Computer Application Systems 72A or Computer Application
Systems 72B.
D 10083 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72C is July
15th.
CAS 72D INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD
1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to word processing using Microsoft
Word. Strongly recommended: Computer Applications
Systems 72A or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 10084 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72D is July
15th.
CAS 72E INTRO TO MICROSOFT EXCEL
1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to spreadsheets using Microsoft
Excel. Strongly recommended: Computer Application
Summer Schedule of Classes by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Systems 72A or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 10085 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
professional qualifications, differing orientations to early
childhood education, developmental stages of young children
as related to quality programs that have developmentally appropriate and inclusive curriculum.
O 10155 By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA RODRIGGS 06/28-08/06 GR ON1
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72E is July
15th.
CAS 72F INTRO TO MICROSOFT POWERPOINT 1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to presentations using Microsoft
PowerPoint. Strongly recommended: Computer Application
Systems 72A or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 10086 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72F is July
15th.
CAS 72G INTRO TO MICROSOFT ACCESS
1.0 Units
Self-paced introduction to data bases using Microsoft Access.
Strongly recommended: Computer Application Systems 72A
or Computer Application Systems 72B.
D 10087 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from 10am2:00pm. The last day for registration for CAS 72G is July 15th.
CAS 72J TEN-KEY
1.0 Units
Self-paced ten-key course using the computer numeric
keypad.
D 10090 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm. Last day for registration for CAS 72J is July
15th.
CAS 72M INTRO TO COMPUTING
1.0 Units
Intro to computing concepts through the use of videos, animations and hands-on activities.
D 10091 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00 pm. The last day for registration for CAS 72M is
July 15th.
CAS 72N INTRO TO THE INTERNET
1.0 Units
Basic introduction to learning the Internet through the use of
videos, animations, and hands-on activities.
D 10235 Lab By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk 1615 WONG 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Self-paced lab hours are Tuesday through Thursday, from
10:00am-2:00pm. The last day for registration for CAS 72N is
July 15th.
DENTAL HYGIENE
DHYG 71C ADVANCED PERIODONTAL PROCEDURE 0.5 Units
Supplemental instruction on advanced periodontal instrumentation as well as techniques and procedures involved in treating the periodontally involved patient. Prerequisite: Dental
Hygiene 71B (complete with a grade of “C” or better).
D 10561 Lec MW 9:00 11:50 3924 CARLSON 08/09-08/12 P/N 011
Lab TTh 9:00 11:50 3924
P/N
EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT
ECD 50 ECD PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES
3.0 Units
Historical and contemporary systems of Early Childhood
group care, career opportunities, licensing requirements,
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Do you Want to Tell Stories?
Are you Creative?
Do you Need an Elective that
will Transfer?
ECD 50, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
ECD 51 PRENATAL TO EARLY CHILDHOOD
3.0 Units
Development of the child from prenatal life to early childhood: developmental characteristics, influences affecting
development in prenatal life and infancy; individual differences; physical, emotional, intellectual and social development.
Emphasis on scientific method, research strategies, historical
overview, social and cultural context, methods of observing
children, and theories.
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ECD 62 CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY
3.0 Units
Patterns of family living in contemporary society, including the varying roles and interactions of family members;
demographic, socio-cultural, racial, economic and developmental factors affecting family life and their
implications;
relationship of the family to early care and education and to
community resources.
D 10473 Lec MTWTh 9:00 12:15 504 KELLEY 06/14-07/09 GR 041
ECD 63 EARLY CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM
4.0 Units
Professional application of the principles of human growth
and development in: the study of play based inclusive curriculum, the physical environment and learning experiences
including program content, the use of materials, the facilitation and guidance of all children’s experiences based on
developmentally appropriate principles, the methods used to
meet all children’s physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and
creative needs within cultural context. Prerequisite: Early
Childhood Development 50 and Early Childhood Development
51 (both completed with a grade of “C” or higher).
D 10127 Lec Daily 8:00 10:25 3521 OZDEMIR 06/14-07/09 GR 041
Lab Daily 10:30 12:55 3521
GR
TB clearance required on the first day of class. Students must
schedule lab hours at Children’s Center on the first day of class.
ECONOMICS
ECON 1 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 3.0 Units
Economic analysis of market systems price theory. Supply
and demand analysis, marginal utility, elasticity, cost and
revenue concepts, perfect and imperfect competition, international trade, pricing of the factors of production, poverty
and income inequalities. Strongly recommended: English 1A
eligibility and Math 65 and 65L.
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E 10069 Lec TTh 6:00 10:15 506 WILLIAMS 06/28-08/06 OP 062
ECON 2 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
3.0 Units
Economic analysis of the theory of income determination.
National income analysis, business cycles, the consumption
function, the multiplier, fiscal policy, monetary policy, money
and banking, the public debt, economic growth and development, comparative economic systems and international
trade. Strongly recommended: English 1A eligibility and
Mathematics 65 or an appropriate skill level demonstrated
through the Mathematics assessment process.
D 10007 Lec MTWTh 8:00 10:05 506 Staff - So 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Take English 12 this summer
and learn the craft of writing!
Wewillwriteaseriesofexercisesinfiction
andthencraftanoriginalshortstory,aswell
as reading the published works of others.
Classwillbeheldinaworkshopmanner,
so students receive feedback from others.
For more information contact the
instructor TJ Puckett at
[email protected]
ENGLISH
ENGL 1A CRITICAL READING & COMPOSITION 3.0 Units
Integrated approach to reading, writing, and critical thinking intended to develop ability to read and write complex,
college-level prose. Examination of ideas in relation to
individual’s world view and contexts from which these ideas
arise. Some research required. Prerequisite: English 101B,
102, or appropriate skill level demonstrated through English
assessment process.
D 10056 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 803 CAIN 06/28-08/06 GR 061
D 10171 Lec MTWTh 1:00 3:05 858 FOTH 06/28-08/06 GR 062
D 10386 Lec TWR 10:30 12:35 802 CHAN 06/14-08/06 GR 081
E 10057 Lec MTWTh 6:30 8:35 801 HERNANDEZ 06/28-08/06 GR 063
E 10172 Lec TWR 7:00 9:05 807 TOLBERT 06/14-08/06 GR 082
E 10186 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA SHEN 06/28-08/06 GR ON1
ENGL 1A, section ON1, is an online course with required oncampus meetings: this class meets on the mezzanine of the
library (WRAC Center) in Building 100 on two Mondays: June
28 and July 26, from 5:00 - 6:55 p.m. For important additional
information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of
this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 10187
By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff-Lang 06/28-08/06 GR ON2
ENGL 1A, section ON2, is an online course with required
on-campus meetings. This course meets face to face on the
mezzanine of the library (WRAC Center) in Building 100 on
two Tuesdays: June 29 and July 27, from 5:00 - 6:55 p.m.
For important additional information, see the Online Course
Information page at the end of this schedule, and go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
E 10556 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA ULIBARRI-SP 06/14-08/06 GR ONP
ENGL 1A, section ONP, is a PACE online course with two (2)
required on-campus meetings on Monday, June 14 and August 2;
6-7:50 pm, Room 1615. For important additional information,
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online (PACE Class)
ENGL 4 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE LIT
3.0 Units
Develops critical thinking, reading, and writing skills as they
apply to the analysis of fiction (short stories and novel),
poetry and drama. Prerequisite: English 1A (completed with a
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grade of C or higher).
D 10050 Lec MTWTh 8:15 10:20 802 PLUNKETT 06/28-08/06 GR 061
English placement process.
D 10227 Lec TWR 1:00 3:05 855 MC FARLAND 06/14-08/06 P/N 081
Lab TWR 3:10 4:25 855
P/N
passive voice, conditional sentences, modal auxiliaries, and
reported speech; adjective clauses, articles, and gerunds
and infinitives may also be included as time allows. Strongly
recommended: Eligibility for ESL 110C.
E 10523 Lec MTWTh
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E 10173 Lec TWR 7:00 9:05 802 HAUCK 06/14-08/06 GR 081
E 10409 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA SANSOME 06/28-08/06 GR ON1
ENGL 4-ON1 is an online course with two required on-campus
meetings. This course meets face to face on the mezzanine of
the library (WRAC Center) in Building 100 on two Wednesdays:
June 30 and July 28, from 5:00 - 6:55 p.m. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page
at the end of this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
ENGL 7 CRITICAL THINK/WRITE ACROSS
3.0 Units
Develops critical thinking, reading, and writing skills as they
apply to the textual analysis of primary and secondary nonfiction and book-length works from a range of academic
and cultural contexts. Written, research-based argument.
Prerequisite: English 1A (completed with a grade of “C” or
higher).
D 10440 Lec MTWTh 1:00 3:05 3924 TRANSUE 06/28-08/06 GR 061
E 10225 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA MAZE
06/28-08/06 GR ON1
ENGL 7, section ON1, is an online course with required on-campus meetings. This course meets face to face on the mezzanine of
the library (WRAC Center) in Building 100 on two Thursdays:
July 1 and July 29, from 5:00 - 6:55 p.m. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page
at the end of this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online.
ENGL 12 CRAFT OF WRITING - FICTION
3.0 Units
Practice in writing fiction. Developing internal and external
sources for stories and novels. Analysis and criticism of
published writing and individual’s own work. Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A.
D 10175 Lec MTWTh 1:00 3:05 851 PUCKETT 06/28-08/06 OP 061
ENGL 101A READING, REASONING & WRITING I 4.0 Units
Preparation in English for success in college. Integrates
reading, critical thinking, and writing assignments, using materials that present a variety of perspectives from across the
curriculum. Strongly recommended: Appropriate skill level
demonstrated through the English placement process.
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ENGL 101B READING, REASONING, WRITING II 4.0 Units
Continues preparation in English for success in college.
Integrates reading, critical thinking, and writing assignments,
using materials that present a variety of perspectives from
across the curriculum. Prerequisite: English 101A.
D 10174 Lec TWR
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ENGL 102 READ/REASON/WRITE-ACCELERATED 4.0 Units
Development of thinking, reading, organizing, and writing skills, required for successful execution of college-level
papers in all subject areas. Designed for those requiring
minimal preparation for entering English 1A. Strongly recommended: Appropriate skill level demonstrated through the
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E 10229 Lec TWR 6:00 8:05 855 MC FARLAND 06/14-08/06 P/N 082
Lab TWR 8:10 9:25 855
P/N
ENGL 107 INTRO TO ENGLISH GRAMMAR 3.0 Units
Formal instruction in grammar combined with practical application to writing. Strategies for taking apart, examining,
and constructing English sentences in order to better express
ideas in writing.
D 10272 Lec MTWTh 8:15 10:20 803 CAIN 06/28-08/06 P/N 061
ENGL 116 LEARNING SKILLS/DIAGNOSTIC CLI
1.0 Units
Determination of eligibility for learning skills services through
diagnostic testing. State-mandated tests. Focus on compensatory methods as derived from test results.
D 10132 Lec MW 9:00 10:30 3113 PEJMAN 06/14-07/19 P/N 051
Lab MW 10:40 12:10 3113
P/N
D 10133 Lec TTh 9:00 10:30 3113 PEJMAN 06/15-07/20 P/N 052
Lab TTh 10:40 12:10 3113
P/N
ENGL 118A LEARNING SKILLS: READ/WRITE 3.0 Units
Preparation for writing success in college level English.
Primarily for students with learning disabilities. Emphasis on
reading for understanding, paraphrasing, summarizing, and
response writing.
D 10527 Lec MTWTh 12:00 2:05 811 MUNGER 06/28-08/06 P/N 061
ENGL 119 LEARNING SKILLS - PROB SOLVING 3.0 Units
Preparation for problem-solving success in college.
Emphasis on quantitative reasoning abilities needed to
process and integrate word problems and related problemsolving tasks. Prerequisite: English 116 (may be taken concurrently) and recommendation of English 116 instructor.
D 10237 Lec MTWTh 9:30 11:40 2112 EGUSA 06/14-07/19 P/N 051
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
ESL 108 BASIC SPELLING FOR ESL
1.0 Units
Basic sound/spelling patterns of English. Develops an understanding of the sounds and symbols of English, including open/closed syllables, short and long vowel sounds,
consonant cluster sounds, spelling of homophones and other
problem words in everyday English. Includes basic dictionary use.
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ESL 111A PRONUNCIATION
2.0 Units
Oral English with emphasis on strategies for clear
pronunciation.
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D 10622 Lec MW
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ESL 112 ENGLISH GRAMMAR-REVIEW FOR ESL 3.0 Units
Intermediate-level review of the structures of English grammar. Important grammatical forms including verb tenses, the
Chabot College | Class Schedule | Summer 2010
Do you need help with your
ESL, Chinese, French, or Spanish
coursework?
Please visit Chabot’s Language Center
Bldg. 2300, Rm. 2351
CLOSED FOR ThE SUMMER SESSiOn.
Will open back up in the Fall session.
The Language Center offers the
following to enhance your success in
your coursework:
• Drop-in Tutoring: No appointment is
necessary,andit’sfree!Workone-onone with a trained tutor to get help with
yourESL,Chinese,French,orSpanish
assignments or coursework.
• Conversation Groups: Check the
Center’sscheduleforthetimesofweekly
conversation groups.
• Computers:Usesoftwareprogramsto
practicepronunciation,grammar,listening/
speaking,vocabularyandeditinginESL,
French,orSpanish.
• Lending Library: Browse through and
use our collection of reading materials for
language learners.
For more information, stop by Bldg. 2300,
Rm. 2351 or check out our website: http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/LanguageArts/
ESL/LanguageCenter.asp.
FIRE TECHNOLOGY
FT 95 WORK EXPERIENCE/FT
1.0 Units
College supervised on-the-job training while working in a fire
service related occupation. Prerequisite: Fire Technology
90C and Fire Technology 91C (State Fire Fighter I Academy
Certificate courses) and Health 81 (EMT Certificate course).
Co-requisite: Fire Technology 96.
E 10192 By Arr 15.0 Hrs/Wk 1556 BUELL 06/14-08/06 GR 081
FT 96 WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR/FT
1.0 Units
Coordination of curriculum with college-supervised parttime or full-time employment or volunteer work in the fire
service field. Case studies, job-related problems, cases and
presentations, and material related to employment, organization, and management; emphasis on building strong working
relationships with supervisors, subordinates, and coworkers. Prerequisite: Fire Technology 90C and Health 81 (EMT
Certificate course). Co-requisite: Fire Technology 95.
E 10193 Lec Wed 6:00 9:50 1560 BUELL 06/14-08/06 GR 081
Class meeting dates are 6/16, 6/23, 6/30, 7/14 and 8/04.
Summer Schedule of Classes by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
Attention
Summer Online Students!
Are you Taking Your
First Online Course?
VisittheOnlineLearningwebsitefor
orientationoptions,includingavideoofan
online learning orientation and on-demand
guidesandtutorials!
• AreyouReadytoSucceedinanOnline
Course?
• HowtoLoginToBlackboard
• TimeManagementfortheOnlineLearner
• CreatingYourStudySpace
• StayingMotivatedinYourOnlineClass
•Netiquiette
•GettingHelpWhenYouNeedIt
•StudySkillsforOnlineLearners
•OnlineLearningReferences
•HowtoUseBlackboard
For more information, visit
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online/
or send an email to [email protected]
chabotcollege.edu.
GENERAL STUDIES
GNST 266 LIFE SKILLS FOR THE ADOLESCENT 0.0 Units
Educational Preparation for life for the young adult. Includes
drug and alcohol education, nutrition education, disease prevention, college preparation, basic career goal setting, and
risk factor reduction related to the prevention of obesity at
an early age. Fitness component involves activity participation in team sports, along with basic fitness education in
heart rate monitoring and physical fitness training. Designed
for the 12-17 year old adolescent learner interested in
developing college preparatory skills and life-long learning
strategies in the area of health and fitness.
D 10558 Lec Daily 8:00 9:00 2642 QUEYREL 06/21-07/23 OP 051
Lab Daily 9:01 1:00 2642
OP
Class meets in Room 2642 June 21 - July 24 This course is the
part of the college’s Summer Youth Sports Program (SYSP)
which is aimed at providing disadvantaged youth between the
ages of 12-17 an opportunity to come to the college and participate in a comprehensive five week summer program involving
sports and other educational activities. SYSP is open to all
youth who are “economically disadvantaged” as established by
the federal government. In addition all participants must be willing to sign an agreement to conform to program requirements.
GEOGRAPHY
GEOG 1 INTRO TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
3.0 Units
Earth’s natural environments, with emphasis on spatial characteristics, change over time, interactions between environmental components, and human-environment interactions.
Physical processes, techniques, and tools by which Earth’s
climates, soils, vegetation, water resources, and land forms
are linked into integrated global patterns. Field trips may be
included. CAN GEOG 2
D 10639 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 505 PLONDKE 06/28-08/06 GR 061
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
HEALTH
HLTH 1 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH
3.0 Units
Physiological, psychological, and social perspectives of
health. Emphasis on knowledge, attitudes and behaviors that
1Bwill contribute to a healthy individual.
D 10267 Lec MTWTh 8:00 10:05 1908 CALCAGNO 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10268 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 1908 CALCAGNO 06/28-08/06 OP 062
D 10266 Lec MTWTh 1:00 3:05 1908 GRILLO 06/28-08/06 OP 063
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E 10265 Lec MW 6:00 9:15 1908 GLASSMAN 06/14-08/06 OP 082
O 10232 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA GRACE 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
O 10394 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA LOFFT 06/14-08/06 OP ON2
O 10497 By ArrC 6.7aHrs/Wk
OP ON3
n CTBAe BELZER
l l 06/14-08/06
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HLTH 1, sections ON1, ON2 & ON3, are online courses, with
no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of
this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HLTH 8 HUMAN SEXUALITY
3.0 Units
Physiological and psychosocial aspects of sexual health in
our contemporary society. Interrelationship of attitude and
behavior as it relates to sexual well-being and sexual integrity. (May not be taken for credit if Psychology 8 or Sociology
8 have been completed).
O 10181 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA LOFFT 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
HLTH 1, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HLTH 51A BASIC MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
4.0 Units
Terminology used typically by the medical profession; explanation of the history of terminology, prefixes, suffixes, and
root words; emphasis on spelling, definitions, pronunciation,
and an understanding of their meanings; includes medical
abbreviations, pharmaceutical terms, terminology utilized
in patient records management; introduction to anatomical
terms, and terms to related disease processes.
E 10046 Lec MW 6:00 10:15 2252 COLLETT 06/14-08/06 OP 081
HLTH 61 EMERGENCY RESPONSE
2.5 Units
Development of knowledge and skills necessary for recognizing and caring for emergency situations, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation, prevention of disease transmission and automated external defibrillation. Designed for
First Responders in an emergency. Successful completion
of the knowledge and skills test qualifies for an American
Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR course card and
Emergency Response card from the National Safety council.
D 10194 Lec MW 9:00 11:10 3115 FERNANDEZ 06/14-08/06 GR 081
Lab MW 11:30 1:40 3115
GR
Students are required to purchase a CPR manikin face mask
and pocket mask on the first day of class in order to participate.
These items are available in the Chabot College bookstore. A
minimum fee of $8.00 will be collected from each student to receive the American Heart Association course completion card.
HISTORY
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
HIS 2
WESTERN CIVILZATION SINCE 1600 3.0 Units
History of the Modern Western World; Romanticism and the
Industrial Revolution to the present. CAN HIST 4
E 10341 Wed C 7:00
GR 0T1
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By Arr 7.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
HIS 2, section OT1, is a telecourse with required on-campus
meetings: Wednesday, 7-8:50 pm, room 552; June 16, 23; July
14, 21. For important additional information, see the Online
Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and go to
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HIS 7 US HISTORY THROUGH RECONSTRUCT 3.0 Units
A survey of United States history from its pre-colonial, indigenous origins through the end of Reconstruction. Emphasis
on (1) distinctively American patterns of political, economic,
social, intellectual and geographic developments, (2) the
interaction amongst and the experiences of diverse racial,
ethnic and socioeconomic groups in American History, and
(3) the evolution of American institutions and ideals including
the U.S. Constitution, representative democratic government,
the framework of California state and local government, and
the relationship between state/local government and the
federal government. CAN HIST 8
D 10346 Lec MTWTh
GR A61
C a8:00 10:05
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d
D 10343 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 552
GOMES 06/28-08/06 GR A62
D 10344 Lec MTWTh 1:00 3:05 552 LINN-DOWNS 06/28-08/06 GR A63
O 10342
By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MONIZ 06/21-07/31 GR AN1
HIS 7, section AN1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HIS 8 US HISTORY POST-RECONSTRUCT
3.0 Units
A survey of United States history from 1877 to the present with a special emphasis on the interaction amongst and
the experiences of diverse racial/ethnic (African Americans,
European Americans, Native Americans, Chicano/Latino
Americans, Asian Americans, and Middle Eastern Americans),
gender and socioeconomic groups in American history. CAN
HIST 10
D 10348 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 554 LINN-DOWNS 06/28-08/06 GR A61
O 10349 By Arr
GR AN1
C 9.0aHrs/Wk
n C TBA
e YEAGER
l l e06/14-07/26
d
O 10532 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA YEAGER 06/14-07/26 GR AN2
HIS 8, sections AN1 & AN2, are online courses, with no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of this
schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
HIS 12 HISTORY OF CALIFORNIA
3.0 Units
Historical development of California, including Spanish exploration and settlement, the Mexican Revolution and transformation, the American conquest, the Gold Rush, dynamic
expansion to the present day. Includes Native American,
Hispanic, European American, Asian American and African
American groups. Emphasis on political, economic, and social
factors which transformed California from a relatively simple
rural society to a highly complex ethnically diverse agricultural-industrial system. Analysis of historical issues and current
problems.
E 10352 By Arr 7.5 Hrs/Wk TBA MONIZ 06/14-07/30 OP ONP
HIS 12, section ONP, is an online PACE course with one required on-campus meeting on June 16, 7-8:50 pm, Room 504.
For important additional information, see the Online Course
Information page at the end of this schedule, and go to http://
www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
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D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Intructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY
assessment process. CAN MATH 16
D 10356 Lec MTWTh 7:45 10:20 1904 YEST 06/14-08/06 GR 081
E 10357 Lec MTWTh 7:00 9:35 1707 LEE 06/14-08/06 GR 082
D 10360 Lec MTWTh 10:45 1:20 1712 CHAUDHURI 06/14-08/06 OP 082
MTH 31 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
3.0 Units
Preparation for Calculus for Business and Social Science students. Functions and graphs; polynomials, rational functions.
Exponential and logarithmic functions, circles, parabolas, binomial theorem, sequences and series. Solving rational, radical, quadratic in form, exponential and logarithmic equations.
Prerequisite: Mathematics 54 or 54L or Mathematics 55 or
55L or Mathematics 55B (completed with a grade of “C” or
higher) or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the
Mathematics Assessment process. CAN 8
D 10335 Lec MTWTh 10:45 12:50 1717 RUBE 06/28-08/06 GR 061
D 10362 Lec MTWTh 12:30 3:05 1727 OLIVER 06/14-08/06 OP 083
D 10358 Lec MTWTh 8:00 9:45 1717 RUBE 06/28-08/06 OP ON1
By Arr 6.9 Hrs/Wk
TBA
OP
MTT 63A INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS
2.0 Units
Design, development, and fabrication of selected projects for
the machine tool technology major to develop special entry
level job skills. Co-requisite: enrollment in a Machine Tool
Technology course.
E 10292 Lab TWR 7:30 10:20 1402 ABSHER 06/28-08/06 GR 061
MTT 70 INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE SHOP 2.0 Units
Introduction to machine shop practice. Measuring tools,
bench work, screw threads, drill presses, lathes, and vertical
milling machine operations. Safe and correct use of machine
tools.
E 10093 Lec TWR 6:30 7:20 1564 ABSHER 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Lab TWR 7:30 10:20 1402
OP
E 10147 Lec TWR 6:30 7:20 1564 ABSHER 06/28-08/06 OP 062
Lab TWR 3:30 6:20 1402
OP
MTT 9906 NUMERICAL CONTROL OPERATION
3.0 Units
The fundamentals of operation and setup of numerical
controlled drilling and milling machines, lathes, and mill-turn
machining centers. Instruction includes theory and laboratory
practices in the operation and set up of numerical control
machine tools, including tool offsets, fixture offsets, program
editing, Manual Data Input (MDI) operation, part fabrication
and first article inspection.
E 10475 Lec TWR 5:00 6:30 1404 LONG 06/28-08/06 GR 061
Lab TWR 6:35 9:15 1402
GR
MASS COMMUNICATIONS
MCOM 41 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Units
History of the press and mass media; the political, social
and economic impact of the press on government and public
opinion. (May not receive credit if Mass Communications 5
has been completed.)
D 10641 Lec MTTh 4:00 6:50 122 GLEN 06/28-08/06 GR 061
MATHEMATICS
MTH 1 CALCULUS I
5.0 Units
Limits and continuity, differentiation of algebraic and
trigonometric functions, the definite integral. Prerequisite:
Mathematics 20 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher)
or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through the
Mathematics assessment process. CAN MATH 18, SEQ A, SEQ
C
D 10353 Lec MTWTh 10:45 1:20 1721 NGO 06/14-08/06 GR 081
E 10354 Lec MTWTh 7:00 9:35 1904 BATCHELOR 06/14-08/06 GR 082
MTH 20 PRE-CALCULUS MATHEMATICS
5.0 Units
Rational functions and relations with emphasis on logical
development and graphing. Solution of polynomial equations
and inequalities, graphing conic sections, mathematical induction, binomial theorem; strengthening of skills in working with
exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions: equations, graphs, and applications. Prerequisite: Mathematics
36 or 37 (completed with a grade of “C” or higher) or appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics
MTH 37
TRIG/GEOMETRIC FOUNDATIONS 5.0 Units
Plane trigonometry, with topics from plane geometry.
Contains the entire subject content of Mathematics 36.
Includes circular and right triangle trigonometric functions;
trigonometric equations, graphs and identities;triangle solutions; polar coordinates. Also includes congruence, properties of polygons, parallel lines, similarity, areas, volumes, and
coordinate geometry. Prerequisite: Mathematics 55, 55L or
Mathematics 55B (both completed with a grade of “C” or
higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through
the Mathematics Assessment process. May not receive credit
if Mathematics 36 has been completed.
D 10336 Lec MTWTh 10:45 1:20 1729 YEST 06/14-08/06 GR 081
MTH 43 INTRO/PROBABILITY & STATISTICS 4.0 Units
Descriptive statistics, including measures of central tendency
and dispersion; elements of probability; tests of statistical hypotheses (one and two populations); correlation and
regression; applications in various fields. Introduction to
the use of computer software package to complete both
descriptive and inferential statistics problems. Prerequisite:
Mathematics 54, 54L, 55, 55L or 55B (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher), or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics Assessment process.
Strongly recommended: Eligibility for English 1A. May not
receive credit if Mathematics 35 has been completed.
D 10337 Lec MTWTh 7:00 9:05 1715 DAVIS 06/14-08/06 GR 081
Lab MW 9:10 10:15
3906A
GR
D 10338 Lec MTWTh 10:45 12:50 1731 ROULAND 06/14-08/06 GR 082
Lab MW 12:55 2:00 3906A
GR
D 10416 Lec MTWTh
C a1:30n3:35C 1712
e Staff
l l- Sc 06/14-08/06
e d GR 083
Lab MW 3:40 4:45
3906A
GR
E 10339 Lec MTWTh 6:30 8:35 1711 BURBRIDGE 06/14-08/06 GR 084
Lab MW 8:40 9:45 3906A
GR
MTH 55 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
5.0 Units
Concepts involving complex numbers, quadratic equations,
parabolas and circles, functions and their graphs, systems
of equations, rational exponents, radical equations, absolute
value equations and inequalities, exponential and logarithmic functions and equations. Prerequisites: Mathematics 65
or Mathematics 65B or Mathematics 65L (completed with a
grade of “C” or higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through the Mathematics Assessment process. May
not receive credit if Mathematics 55A and Mathematics 55B
or Mathematics 55L have been completed.
D 10359 Lec MTWTh
OP 081
C a7:45n10:20C 1712
e CHAUDHURI
l l e 06/14-08/06
d
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for doing homework and/or taking exams.
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In this class, you will be required to use an online system for doing homework and/or taking exams.
MTH 55, section ON1, is a Hybrid course conducted both on
campus (50%) and over the internet (50%). The times listed
above are mandatory in-class attendance time. This section also
uses “MyMathLab” software. http://www.MyMathLab.com
E 10363 Lec MTWTh 7:00 9:35 1727 OLIVER 06/14-08/06 OP 084
MTH 65 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
5.0 Units
Elementary concepts, including signed numbers, integral
exponents, polynomials and rational expressions; linear, quadratic and rational equations; linear inequalities; introduction
to graphs and set theory; systems of equations. Prerequisite:
Mathematics 105 or 105L (completed with a grade of C or
higher) or an appropriate skill level demonstrated through
the Mathematics Assessment process. May not receive credit
if Mathematics 65L or Mathematics 65A and Mathematics
65B have been completed.
D 10368 Lec MTWTh 7:45 10:20 1721 NGO 06/14-08/06 OP 081
D 10370 Lec MTWTh 10:45 12:50 1715 DAVIS 06/14-08/06 OP 082
By Arr 4.5 Hrs/Wk TBA
OP
D 10417 Lec MTWTh
OP 083
C a10:45n 1:20C 1711
e NASIRI
l l 06/14-08/06
e d
In this class, you will be required to use an online system for doing homework and/or taking exams.
D 10371 Lec MTWTh 1:30 4:05 1711 SINGH 06/14-08/06 OP 084
E 10372 Lec MTWTh 7:00 9:35 1715 KNIGHTS 06/14-08/06 OP 085
MTH 105 BASIC MATHEMATICS
3.0 Units
Fundamental concepts in arithmetic, including fractions,
ratios, proportions, percents; order of operations, measurement, geometric formulas. Introduction to algebraic concepts,
including signed numbers, properties of real numbers,
algebraic expressions, linear equations, and graphs. May not
receive credit if Mathematics 105L has been completed.
E 10351 Lec MW 6:30 9:45 804 Staff - So 06/14-08/06 OP P81
MATH 105, section P81, is a PACE course. Enrollment priority
will be given to PACE students.
MTH 105L BASIC MATHEMATICS WITH LAB
4.0 Units
Fundamental concepts in arithmetic, including fractions,
ratios, proportions, percents; order of operations, measurement, geometric formulas. Introduction to algebraic concepts,
including signed numbers, properties of real numbers, algebraic expressions, linear equations, and graphs. Includes
laboratory and study group time to reinforce arithmetic skills
and build conceptual understanding. May not receive credit
if Mathematics 105 has been completed.
D 10332 Lec MTWTh 7:45 9:50 1727 DINH 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Lab MTWTh 9:55 11:10 1727
OP
D 10333 Lec MTWTh 10:45 12:50 1707 THAGGERT 06/28-08/06 OP 062
Lab MTWTh 12:55 2:10 1707
OP
E 10334 Lec MTWTh 6:00 8:05 1729 DESMEDT 06/28-08/06 OP 063
Lab MTWTh 8:06 9:21 1729
OP
Summer Schedule of Classes by Subject
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
MUSIC-LITERATURE,THEORY &
MUSICIANSHIP
swimming pool which emphasizes strength, flexibility and
cardiovascular endurance. Students must be able to tread
water.
D 10070 MTWTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 06/28-08/06 OP 061
included.
E 10074 MW 6:30 8:35 2728 GONZALES 06/14-08/06 OP 081
MUSL 1 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC
3.0 Units
Music for enjoyment and understanding through informed
listening, analysis, evaluation and discernment of musical
elements, forms, and repertoire. Attendance at concerts and
listening to a variety of music is required. May be offered in
Distance Education delivery format.
O 10188 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA HARRIS 06/28-08/06 GR ON1
Lab By Arr 3.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
GR
MUSL 1, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
NURSING
NURS 54 CLINICAL TOPICS/NURSING
0.5 Units
Study of selected clinical topics and associated nursing process related to nursing practice. Prerequisite: Completion of
Nursing 59 or Nursing 60A (or the equivalent) with a “C” or
better, or possession of a valid California LVN or RN license.
D 10287 Lec Tue 8:30 1:00 3116 BERVEN 08/10-08/11 P/N 011
Lec Wed 8:30 1:00 3116
P/N
Prerequisite: Current Chabot Nursing Program admission
required.
NUTRITION
NUTR 1 NUTRITION
3.0 Units
The basics of nutrition, including nutrients, nutritional needs,
digestion/absorption, and the role of nutrition in the maintenance of health. Designed to meet the needs of students
majoring in the science and/or health fields. Strongly recommended: Chemistry 30A. CAN FCS 2
O 10303 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA CIRERA-PERE 06/28-08/06 OP ON1
NUTR 1, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PHILOSOPHY
PHIL 60 INTRO TO PHIL: ETHICS
3.0 Units
Problems of good and evil, right and wrong, individual and/
or social action; principles, criteria or starting points for these
issues and decisions as discussed and developed in great writings of the philosophical literary tradition. (Formerly PHIL 2)
D 10470 Lec MW 9:00 12:05 804 SHANNON 06/28-08/06 GR 061
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-AQUATICS
PHED 1AA AQUA AEROBICS
0.5 Units
Get in great shape without impact. Emphasis on cardiovascular endurance and developing muscle tone while exercising in
the swimming pool.
D 10076 MTWTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1AAD AQUA AEROBICS - DEEP WATER
0.5 Units
Variety of exercises performed in the deep end of the
PHED 1AJD AQUA JOGGING - DEEP WATER
0.5 Units
A conditioning workout that emphasizes cardiovascular
endurance and strength training activities in the pool. After
sufficient warm-up, water exercises that develop increased
aerobic efficiency and strength training will be performed by
students. Student need not be a swimmer to participate in
this class.
D 10250 MTWTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1SW SWIMMING
0.5 Units
Development of skills and practice of fundamental elements
of swimming and safety. Open to all levels, from non- swimmers to swimmers.
D 10328 MTWTh 6.0 hrs TBA POOL KUBICKI 06/28-08/06 OP 061
First class meeting will be on the first day of school on the pool
deck. For additional information, see Mr. Kubicki in room 2626,
or call 510-723-7433 or email [email protected]
PHED 1SWA ADVANCED SWIMMING
0.5 Units
A course designed for the advanced competitive swimmer or
water polo player. Students must possess advanced skills in
all four competitive strokes and knowledge and understanding of advanced training concepts.
D 10316 MTWTh 3:00 4:15 POOL KUBICKI 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1SWF SWIMMING FOR FITNESS
0.5 Units
Designed as a cardiovascular activity, students will utilize a
variety of strokes to increase strength and fitness.
D 10317 MTWTh 1:30 2:45 POOL KUBICKI 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10318 MTWTh 3:00 4:15 POOL KUBICKI 06/28-08/06 OP 062
PHED 1SWI SWIMMING-BEGINNING/INTERMED 0.5 Units
Learn to swim or practice your skills. Instruction and practice
of the most fundamental elements of swimming and safety
skills.
D 10319 MTWTh 1:30 2:45 POOL KUBICKI 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1SWL LAP SWIMMING
0.5 Units
Designed as a cardiovascular activity. Use of a variety of
strokes to increase strength and fitness.
D 10322 MTWTh 1:30 2:45 POOL KUBICKI 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10323 MTWTh 3:00 4:15 POOL KUBICKI 06/28-08/06 OP 062
PHED 1WEI WATER EXERCISE INTERMEDIATE 0.5 Units
A conditioning workout that emphasizes cardiovascular
endurance activities in the shallow end of the pool. After
sufficient warm-up, exercises that develop increased aerobic
efficiency will be performed by the student.
D 10102 MTWTh 12:00 1:15 POOL HAWTREY 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-DANCE
PHED 1BRD BALLROOM DANCE
0.5 Units
Introduce the student to contemporary and traditional
ballroom dance. Group, couple and individual dances will be
PHED 1HHD HIP HOP DANCE
0.5 Units
A combination of jazz and funk combined with dance movements. Students will learn the fundamentals of today’s
dances which are commonly used in music videos.
D 10129 TTh 1:00 3:50 2728 ROAKE 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-DISABLED
PHED 1DST DISABLED STRENGTH TRAINING
0.5 Units
Using a combination of free weights, machines and pulley
systems the program is designed to build strength and range
of motion.
D 10092 MTWTh 10:30 11:45 3200 SIROY 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-FITNESS
PHED 1AB AEROBIC FITNESS
0.5 Units
Emphasis on cardiovascular endurance and flexibility through
a program of movement with music to improve strength and
provide aerobic benefits.
D 10304 MTWTh 7:30 8:45 2728 SAMMONS 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10305 MTWTh 9:00 10:15 2728 FRIEND 06/28-08/06 OP 062
D 10306 TWR 10:30 11:45 2728 VILCHE 06/28-08/06 OP 063
Mon 10:30 11:45 2728
OP
E 10098 MW C 5:15
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e d OP 081
E 10307 TTh 6:30 8:35 2728 WILLIAMSON 06/14-08/06 OP 082
PHED 1FBA FAT BURNING AEROBICS
0.5 Units
Designed to build muscle and burn fat by performing aerobic exercises for cardiovascular endurance, flexibility and
strength.
D 10308 MTWTh 7:30 8:45 2728 SAMMONS 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10309 MTWTh 9:00 10:15 2728 FRIEND 06/28-08/06 OP 062
E 10097 MW C 5:15a 7:20
n C2728e AYEl l 06/14-08/06
e d OP 081
E 10310 TTh 6:30 8:35 2728 WILLIAMSON 06/14-08/06 OP 082
PHED 2FC FITNESS CENTER 2
1.0 Units
Developing cardiovascular efficiency, strength, muscular
endurance and flexibility through the use of circuit training. Polar heart rate monitors help students train safely
and efficiently in their target heart rate zone. Computerized
accountability will aid students in a variety of training principles.
PHED 2FC, section 09A is for returning students only.
Students must be dressed in work out attire, t-shirt and tennis shoes for class. Students must bring towel and heart rate
monitor strap (which can be purchased at the bookstore).
D 10285 MTWRS 6.0 hrs TBA 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09A
D 10562 MTWRS 6.0 hrs TBA *197 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N H9A
*197 meets at ..... ADVANCED CIRCUIT CENTER 25555
HESPERIAN BLVD HAYWARD, CA
PHED 2FCO FITNESS 2009 ORIENTATION/TRNG 1.0 Units
Fitness Center: Training for Fat Loss and Cardiovascular
Efficiency. Training in how to lower body fat, develop the cardiovascular system, increase strength, muscular endurance
and flexibility through the use of circuit training. Heart rate
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monitors will be used to teach students how to train safely
and efficiently within their target heart rate zone. Students
will learn how to access fitness, training and wellness information online. Computerized accountability will aid students in
a variety of training principles.
If you have never been enrolled in the Aerobic Super
Circuit or Fitness 2009, you must enroll in one of the following courses and be able to attend the orientation. After
the orientation, you will be able to attend class anytime the
Fitness Center is open. You must come to the Orientation
with EVERYTHING listed below: Be enrolled, Have ID
card, Heart Rate Monitor Strap (available from the bookstore), Towel, Stay the entire orientation (approx. 3 hours),
and Dressed in workout clothes and shoes.
D 10238 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09A
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, June 09, 5:15 p.m.
D 10239 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09B
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, June 10, 5:15 p.m.
D 10240 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09C
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, June 16, 5:15 p.m.
D 10241 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 STAFF 06/07-08/07 P/N 09D
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 9:00 a.m.
D 10242 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09E
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, June 21, 9:00 a.m.
D 10243 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09F
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, June 24, 9:00 a.m.
D 10244 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09G
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, June 28, 9:00 a.m.
D 10245 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09H
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, July 1, 9:00 a.m.
D 10246 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09I
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, July 5, 9:00 a.m.
D 10278 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09J
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, July 8, 9:00 a.m.
D 10651 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 19A
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, June 14, 9:00 a.m.
D 10652 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 19B
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Tuesday, June 15, 5:15 p.m.
E 10653 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 19C
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, June 14, 5:15 p.m.
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Orientation: Thursday, June 17, 5:15 p.m.
E 10280 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09L
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, June 21, 5:15 p.m.
E 10281 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/06-08/07 P/N 09M
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Tuesday, June 22, 5:15 p.m.
E 10282 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09N
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, June 23, 5:15 p.m.
E 10283 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09P
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, June 24, 5:15 p.m.
E 10284 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09Q
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, June 28, 5:15 p.m.
E 10548 By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE
Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
06/07-08/07 P/N 09R
P/N
Orientation: Tuesday, June 29, 5:15 p.m.
E 10549 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09S
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, June 30, 5:15 p.m.
E 10646 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09T
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, July 1, 5:15 p.m.
E 10647 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09U
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Monday, July 5, 5:15 p.m.
E 10648 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09V
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Tuesday, July 6, 5:15 p.m.
E 10649 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk TBA GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09W
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk TBA
P/N
Orientation: Wednesday, July 7, 5:15 p.m.
E 10650 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09X
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
Orientation: Thursday, July 8, 5:15 p.m.
PHED 1GBW GUTS AND BUTTS WORKOUT
0.5 Units
Reduce, shape, tone and strengthen the abdominal region
and the buttocks and thigh areas through a series of exercises and music.
D 10311 MTWTh 7:30 8:45 2728 SAMMONS 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10312 MTWTh 9:00 10:15 2728 FRIEND 06/28-08/06 OP 062
D 10313 TWR 10:30 11:45 2728 VILCHE 06/28-08/06 OP 063
Mon 10:30 11:45 2728
OP
E 10096 MW C 5:15
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E 10314 TTh 6:30 8:35 2728 WILLIAMSON 06/14-08/06 OP 082
PHED 1LEC LAW ENFORCEMENT CONDITIONING 1 0.5 Units
E 10279 Lec By Arr 1.0 Hrs/Wk 2920 GRACE 06/07-08/07 P/N 09K
Designed to prepare the administration of justice student
for pre-employment physical ability testing, physical aspects
By Arr 4.0 Hrs/Wk 2920
P/N
of the Police Academy, and the maintenance of fitness and
wellness as an incumbent. Emphasis on aerobic and strength
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Interested in a career in
law enforcement?
Already in the field but want to
be more physically fit?
Become as fit as America’s
finest!
Enroll in Law Enforcement Conditioning
– PHED 1 LEC MW 6:00-9:05 pm
and you will learn…
• PoliceAcademystandardsforphysical
training
• Fitnessandwellnessprinciples
• Nutrition
Taught by a former police officer.
For more information,
call Mary Pastore at: 510.723.7480 or
email: [email protected]
training, muscular endurance, nutrition and weight management, agility, coordination, balance and flexibility. Injury
prevention and back care. Physical assessment included at
the onset and conclusion of the semester.
E 10435 MW 6:00 9:05 2904 PASTORE 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1PIL PILATES BASED EXERCISE
0.5 Units
A gentle nonaerobic form of exercise used to build core
strength and long lean muscles, brining the body into balance, while improving posture and toning throughout.
D 10248 MTWTh 10:30 11:45 2900 SAMMONS 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1PL POWER LIFTING 2
1.0 Units
Designed for those interested in competing in intercollegiate
football using advanced methods and techniques in weight
training using a system of heavy resistance exercises that
build power in large muscle groups.
D 10661 MTWTh 1:30 2:35 2706 CALCAGNO 06/21-08/12 OP 081
PHED 1PSF PUBLIC SAFETY FITNESS
0.5 Units
Training for the physical aspects of police work: Preacademy physical preparation and continuing training for
incumbents. May include individual fitness prescriptions
through assessments. Venues may include the track and
pool, assessment center, confidence course, strength center,
and fitness center. Course work will follow California POSTmandated standards. Nutrition, training principles, stress
management, lifetime fitness and wellness, and injury prevention specific to public safety demands will be addressed.
E 10463 MW 6:00 9:05 2904 PASTORE 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1SP SPORTS CONDITIONING
0.5 Units
A fitness program designed for those interested in participation in intercollegiate athletics.
D 10405 Daily 3:00 5:10 FIELD IGWE
07/26-08/13 OP 032
D 10163 TTh 1:45 3:50 2500 QUEYREL 06/14-08/06 OP 081
PHED 1SA STEP AEROBICS
0.5 Units
Aerobic development through coordinated stepping
Summer Schedule of Classes by Subject
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movements with emphasis on cardiovascular improvement,
muscle tone and decreased body fat.
D 10315 TWR 10:30 11:45 2728 VILCHE 06/28-08/06 OP 061
Mon 10:30 11:45 2728
OP
PHED 1TNI TENNIS-BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE 0.5 Units
Instruction in the basic fundamentals of tennis including the
forehand, backhand and serve. Also includes singles and
doubles.
E 10507 MW 6:30 8:35 COURT MORRIS 06/14-08/06 OP 081
to the advanced student or a team with an emphasis on basketball strategies and team play.
S 10613 Sun C8:00a12:15n 2500
OP 091
C eQUEYREL
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PHED 1WFE WEIGHT TRAINING FOR EVERYONE 1 0.5 Units
Developing strength, muscular endurance and flexibility
through the use of a weight training circuit.
D 10406 By Arr 6.0 Hrs/Wk 2706 DROUIN 06/28-08/06 P/N 061
PHED 1WT WEIGHT TRAINING
0.5 Units
Strength training using machines and free weights.
D 10324 MTWTh 9:00 10:15 2706 AYE 06/28-08/06 OP 061
D 10325 MTWTh 10:30 11:45 2706 FRIEND 06/28-08/06 OP 062
PHED 1WTC WEIGHT TRAINING CIRCUIT
0.5 Units
Phase-specific circuit training to develop strength, muscular endurance and flexibility through the use of an interval
timer. Anatomical adaptation, Muscle hypertrophy, Maximum
strength and Open Lifting phases will be included.
E 10408 MTWTh 4:15 5:20 2706 SIROY 06/28-08/12 P/N 071
PHED 1YCS YOGA AND CORE STABILIZATION 0.5 Units
This course is designed to present a number of exercises
which will increase muscle endurance and strength in the
muscles which support the spine. It will incorporate the
awareness used in core strengthening and apply it to a safe
practice of hatha yoga. The student will practice traditional
yoga postures in addition to breathing exercises and methods of relaxation.
D 10182 MW 12:00 2:50 2728 ALTENBACH 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-INDIVIDUAL
SPORTS
PHED 1TA4 TENNIS-ADVANCED-LEVEL 4
0.5 Units
Review of fundamental strokes and shots with emphasis on
provisions for individual differences and preferences while
emphasizing mechanically sound techniques. Practice in
using a variety of game plans and in playing against those
plans. Drill covering five basic play situations: serving, returning serves, baseline rallies, going to the net and playing
the net, and playing against the net player. Competition will
be provided in the form of “play for practice”.
E 10504 TTh 6:30 8:35 COURT MORRIS 06/14-08/06 OP 081
PHED 1TI3 TENNIS-INTERMEDIATE-LEVEL 3
0.5 Units
Review of the techniques of the forehand and backhand
drives and volleys, varieties of serves, lobs, and smashes;
instruction in court strategy for singles and doubles; use of
spin on all shots for control and variety.
E 10505 TTh 6:30 8:35 COURT MORRIS 06/14-08/06 OP 081
PHED 1TN2 TENNIS-NOVICE-LEVEL 2
0.5 Units
For students who have had elementary instruction but have
played very little since. For others who know the general
idea of strokes, tactics and strategy, but have played too little
to be able to apply their strokes to play.
E 10506 MW 6:30 8:35 COURT MORRIS 06/14-08/06 OP 081
PHED 1ATF ADVANCED TRACK AND FIELD
0.5 Units
Study and practice of advanced techniques and skills of track
and field. Practice and participation in the various events of
track and field.
D 10401 MTWTh
OP 061
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PHED 1WS WRESTLING
0.5 Units
Designed for those whose interest is in intercollegiate wrestling with advanced wrestling skills.
D 10407 MTWTh 3:00 4:05 2900 SIROY 06/28-08/12 OP 071
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-MARTIAL
ARTS
PHED 1JU JUDO
0.5 Units
Designed to acquaint the beginner with the history and
elementary arts of judo, while improving physical and mental
development.
D 10157 MTWTh 9:00 10:15 2900 SIROY 06/28-08/06 OP 061
E 10159 MW C 6:00a 9:05
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PHED 1JUA JUDO ADVANCED
0.5 Units
This class is designed to acquaint the advance student
with more advanced judo techniques and be able to compete in judo tournaments. It is also designed to improve
physical development (Renshindo) and mental development
(Shushindo). It promotes many aspects of physical fitness,
neuromuscular development and mental discipline.
D 10158 MTWTh 9:00 10:15 2900 SIROY 06/28-08/06 OP 061
E 10160 MW C 6:00
OP 062
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION-TEAM
SPORTS
PHED 1BB BASEBALL
0.5 Units
Designed for students who have advanced baseball skills and
are interested in participating in Intercollegiate Baseball.
D 10400 TWR 1:30 3:20 BFLD TAVIS 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 3BB BASEBALL 3
1.5 Units
Study and practice of advanced techniques and skills of
baseball. Practice and participation in the various events of
baseball.
S 10271 SatSun 9:00 1:15 BFLD FRIEND 06/12-08/08 OP 09A
PHED 1BKH HALF COURT BASKETBALL LEAGUE 0.5 Units
This course is designed to provide a beginning competitive
opportunity to the student or a team with an emphasis on
half court basket ball strategies and team play.
S 10611 Sun C8:00a12:15n 2500
OP 091
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PHED 1BKI BASKETBALL LEAGUE INTERMEDIATE 0.5 Units
This course is designed to provide a competitive opportunity
PHED 1BKL BASKETBALL LEAGUE
0.5 Units
Compete in an organized league. Sign up as a team or a free
agent. League schedule will follow a practice game schedule.
S 10609 Sun C8:00a12:15n 2500
OP 091
C eQUEYREL
l l 06/13-08/08
e d
PHED 1BKT TOURNAMENT BASKETBALL
0.5 Units
Emphasis on basic skills of basketball strategies and team
play.
E 10541 MW 6:30 9:35 2500 AYE
06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 1FPL FOOTBALL PASSING LEAGUE 2
1.0 Units
Play in a competitive Spring Football Passing League.
D 10660 MTWTh 3:00 4:05 FIELD CALCAGNO 06/21-08/12 OP 081
PHED 1SC SOCCER
0.5 Units
Basic fundamentals of soccer including offensive and defensive strategies. Open to all skill levels.
S 10183 Sat 1:00 4:50 FIELD IGWE
06/12-08/07 OP 09A
PHED 1VBI VOLLEYBALL-BEGINNING/INTERMED
0.5 Units
Instruction in the basic fundamentals of volleyball including
offensive and defensive strategies, especially for beginners
and intermediate players.
E 10443 TTh 7:15 9:20 TBA SAMMONS 06/14-08/06 OP 081
Class meets at the LAS POSITAS GYM.
PHED 1VBT VOLLEYBALL-TOURNAMENT
0.5 Units
Emphasis on basic skills of volleyball strategies and team
play.
E 10444 TTh 7:15 9:20 TBA SAMMONS 06/14-08/06 OP 081
Class meet at the LAS POSITAS GYM.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION-THEORY
PHED 4
BASIC HEART RATE TRAINING
1.0 Units
Students learn how to improve fitness utilizing pulse and a
heart rate monitor. They will learn how to create a balanced
life long exercise program using heart rate as a guide.
O 10269 By ArrC 6.7aHrs/Wk
OP ON1
n CTBAe GRACE
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e d
PHED 4, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PHED 16 COLLEGE SUCCESS FOR ATHLETES 1.0 Units
Designed to aid the student-athlete in developing realistic
expectations of college, explore academic programs, and
understand what is necessary to succeed in college while
competing in an intercollegiate sport. Rules and regulations
of the Commission on Athletics (COA), National Collegiate
Athletic Association (NCAA), and the National Association of
Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) will be defined. Eligibility and
transferring to a four-year institution will be explored.
O 10121 By ArrC2.2 Hrs/Wk
GR ON1
a n CTBA eDROUIN
l l 06/14-08/06
e d
PHED 16, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see
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the Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule,
and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
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Online Course(s) or Blackboard?
the mental health disorders in adults and children. Includes
disorders of anxiety, mood, personality, sexuality, substance
abuse, psychosis and other disorders. Includes the major
psychological, biological, and socio-cultural models of mental
health disorders and their treatment.
D 10128 Lec MTWTh 8:00 10:05 555 MORIN 06/28-08/06 OP 061
PHED 23 SPORTS OFFICIATING
2.0 Units
Theory and practical application of sports officiating with emphasis on the rules, techniques and mechanics of officiating.
E 10040 Lec TTh 5:00 6:05 2614 GRACE 06/14-08/06 OP 081
Lab TTh 6:10 9:20 2614
OP
PHED 28 COMP OF PHYS FITNESS-HUMAN BODY
3.0 Units
Impact of physical activity, nutrition, and dietary principles
upon the body. Basic exercise physiology and kinesiology,
body mechanics, and body composition testing.
O 10119 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA DROUIN 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
PHED 28, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see
the Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule,
and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PHED 57 NUTRITION FOR FITNESS/FAT LOSS 3.0 Units
Study the role that nutrition and activity play in developing
fitness and lowering body fat. Major concepts of fitness and
nutrition. Assessment of current fitness level, designing a
personal fitness and nutritional plan. May not receive credit if
NUTR 57 has been completed.
O 10230 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA GRACE 06/14-08/06 GR ON1
PHED 57, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see
the Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule,
and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PHED 60 SPORTS MANAGEMENT
3.0 Units
Introduction into the field of sports management. Career
opportunities, human resource management, leadership,
strategic planning, teamwork, ethics and values, marketing
and advertising, finance, managing facilities, sports and the
law, economics of sport and community impact.
O 10592 By ArrC 6.7 aHrs/Wk
GR ON1
n CTBAe VILCHE
l l 06/14-08/06
e d
PHED 61, section ON, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PHED 61
COACHING INTERSCHOLAST SPORTS 3.0 Units
Coaching beyond the basics: ethics, physical training theories
and management principles. Research into successful leadership principles, skills and philosophies. Coaching effectiveness and team building dynamics.
O 10502 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA CALCAGNO 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
PHED 61, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see
the Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule,
and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PHYSICS
PHYS 11 DESCRIPTIVE PHYSICS
4.0 Units
Motion, gravitation, heat, light, sound, electricity, magnetism,
atoms, and nuclei. Present day scientific problems and developments such as alternative energy sources, solar energy,
nuclear power, lasers, relativity and black holes. Designed
for non-majors in physical science. Includes an introduction
to laboratory principles and techniques with emphasis on the
basic concepts discussed in the class. May not receive credit
if Physics 10 or Physics 10L has been completed. Strongly
recommended: Mathematics 105 or 105L.
D 10113 Lec TWR 9:30 11:10 1714 DAVE 06/14-08/06 GR 081
Lab TWR 11:30 1:35 1714
GR
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numerous resources and you can contact the
OnlineLearningStudentSupportifyouhave
any questions or need assistance. On the
websiteyouwillfind:
•Thelistofonline/hybridcourses,
including course details
•HowtoBeginYourOnlineCourse
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For more information, visit http://www.
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POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLI 1 INTRO TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
3.0 Units
Introduction to the historical development of American
political ideals and institutions including the United States
Constitutions, civil liberties, civil rights, citizenship duties,
political parties, participation and elections. Strongly recommended: eligibility for English 1A. CAN GOVT 2
D 10008 Lec MTWTh 8:00 10:05 556 GOMES 06/28-08/06 OP 061
O 10469 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA Staff - So 06/28-08/06 OP ON1
POLI 1, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC 1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
3.0 Units
Basic psychological concepts underlying human and animal
behavior in such areas as learning, motivation, perception,
personality and social behavior. Strongly recommended: eligibility for English 1A. CAN PSYC 2
D 10004 Lec MTWTh
OP 061
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E 10165 Lec Mon 6:00 7:50 2642 EGUSA
By Arr 4.7 Hrs/Wk TBA
06/14-08/06 OP ON3
OP
PSYC 1, section ON3, is a Hybrid course taught partially oncampus and online. Mandatory on-campus meeting dates are
as follows: 6/14, 6/21, 6/28, 7/12 & 7/19, Room 2642. For
important additional information, go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online
O 10533 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA ESTEPA 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
O 10534 By ArrC 9.0aHrs/Wk
n CTBAe NIJJAR
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O 10226 By Arr 9.0 Hrs/Wk TBA NIJJAR 06/14-07/23 OP ON4
PSYC 1, sections ON1, ON2 & ON4, are online courses, with
no required on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see the Online Course Information page at the end of
this schedule, and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PSYC 6 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY
3.0 Units
Introduction to abnormal psychology. Mental health and
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PSYC 12 LIFE-SPAN PSYCHOLOGY
3.0 Units
Introduction to the psychological, physiological, and sociocultural factors influencing development from conception
through death. Process of normal development and its
variations.
E 10350 Lec MW 7:00 10:05 553 Staff - So 06/14-08/06 OP 081
PSYCHOLOGY-COUNSELING
PSCN 10 CAREER AND EDUCATION PLANNING 2.0 Units
Exploration of the concept of educational/career planning
focusing on personal career development through selfassessment, psychological testing, and individual counseling. Emphasis on clarification of individual interests, values,
needs, and abilities and investigation of occupational opportunities in the world of work. Designed for those undecided
or uncertain about their career and educational plans. (May
not receive credit if Psychology-Counseling 10A or 10B has
been completed.)
O 10525 By ArrC4.5 a
Hrs/Wk
OP ON1
n CTBAeKUWABARA
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d
PSCN 10, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
PSCN 23 EOPS COLLEGE READINESS
3.0 Units
Introduction to academic survival skills and strategies,
campus resources and activities, career decision making
and planning, college policies and procedures, interpersonal communications, self-exploration and goal setting, and
student rights and responsibilities and campus visitation
to a University of California or private institution and to a
California State University. Designed for the first-year students to ease transition into college.
D 10410 Lec MTWTh 9:30 11:35 805 DALE 06/28-08/06 P/N 061
REAL ESTATE
REST 80 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES
3.0 Units
Real and personal property acquisition, ownership, estates in
real property, joint tenancies, sales contracts, homesteads,
deeds and taxes. Methods of financing, and regulation of the
real estate business.
O 10512 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA MUMFORD 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
REST 80, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
REST 84 REAL ESTATE PRACTICE
3.0 Units
Principles and practical techniques of operating a real
estate business. Emphasis on daily activities of brokers and
salesperson; introduction to appraising, exchanges, listings,
advertising, financing, and marketing. Exchanges, specialized
brokerage, property management, professional and public
relations. Strongly recommended: Real Estate 80.
O 10170 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA MUMFORD 06/14-08/06 GR ON1
REST 84, section ON1, is an online course, with no required
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on-campus meetings. For important additional information, see
the Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule,
and go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
Native Americans. Strongly recommended: Sociology 1 or
Anthropology 3 or Psychology 1 or 50.
O 10218 By ArrC 6.7aHrs/Wk
OP AN1
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American Sign Language
SOCI 3, section AN1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
Learn a new Language & Culture
Summer Session 2010
• SL64BeginningSignLanguage–6week
section
• SL64BeginningSignLanguage–4week
C a n C e l l e d
section
For more information contact:
[email protected]
SIGN LANGUAGE
SL 64 ASL BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE
3.0 Units
Introduction to beginning communication skills through the
language of sign, with emphasis on American Sign Language
(ASL). Introduction to an understanding of deafness and the
deaf culture. Basic sign vocabulary, the manual alphabet,
and a contrast with various other sign systems used throughout the United States.
D 10100 Lec MTWTh
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SOCIOLOGY
SOCI 1 PRINCIPLES OF SOCIOLOGY
3.0 Units
Designed to illuminate the way students see their social
world. Uses a sociological perspective: scientific study of
human interaction and society, with emphasis on impact of
groups on social behavior. Includes the systematic examination of culture, socialization, social organization, social
class, race, gender, deviance, social change and empirical
methodology. These content areas are woven throughout
the fabric of the course, particularly as they affect the lives
of at least three of the following groups: African Americans,
Latino Americans, Asian Americans, Native Americans and/or
women. CAN SOC 2
D 10214 Lec MTWTh 8:00 10:05 553 ROBINSON 06/28-08/06 OP A61
D 10228 Lec MTWTh 10:30 12:35 553 ROBINSON 06/28-08/06 OP A62
E 10216 Lec TTh 7:00 10:05 553 Staff - So 06/14-08/06 OP A81
O 10217
By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA TONG
06/14-08/06 OP AN1
SOCI 1, section AN1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
SOCI 3 CULTURAL AND RACIAL MINORITIES 3.0 Units
Analysis of Racial and ethnic relations in the United States.
Includes race, ethnicity, prejudice, discrimination and stereotyping, as well as theories and patterns of inter-group
relations. Focus on contemporary American minorities;
African Americans, Chicano/Latinos, Asian Americans, and
SOCI 4 MARRIAGE & FAMILY RELATIONS
3.0 Units
Sociological perspective of the family including mate selection, marital roles, marital adjustment, sexual adjustment,
reproduction, child rearing, marital dissolution, and problems associated with the family in modern industrial society.
Emphasis on methodology of family investigation.
O 10219 By Arr 6.7 Hrs/Wk TBA TONG 06/14-08/06 OP ON1
SOCI 4, section ON1, is an online course, with no required oncampus meetings. For important additional information, see the
Online Course Information page at the end of this schedule, and
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/online.
Communicate
Be Part of the World
Learn a New Language
D/E/S CRN TypeDay[s] Times Room Instructor Dates Code Sec
SPA 1B ELEMENTARY SPANISH
5.0 Units
Further study of Spanish-speaking cultures of the world
featuring the acquisition of the four language skills (listening,
speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish begun in Spanish
1A. Prerequisite: Spanish 1A (completed with a grade of
“C” or higher).
D 10625 Lec MTWTh 7:45 12:55 551 MOON 07/13-08/06 OP 041
Lab MTWTh 1:00 1:50 100A
OP
THEATER ARTS
THTR 47 COLLEGE THEATER ACTING
3.0 Units
Participation in main season production or project.
Enrollment is for duration of the production.
D 10432 By Arr 27.0 Hrs/Wk 1250 HASSAN 06/28-08/06 OP 061
WELDING TECHNOLOGY
Summer Welding Classes will not be offered during the remodeling of the Welding Facility. Go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/WELD/ for more details.
Summer Session 2010•
•Spanish1A–Hybrid*
•Spanish1B
*Spanish1A–Hybridisofferedinthe
SummerandtheFall.ThisclassisaHybrid
course with required on-campus meetings.
Itwillbeheldbothoncampus(50%)and
overtheinternet(50%)
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DistrictOSHATrainingCenteroffers
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SPANISH
SPA 1A BEGINNING SPANISH
5.0 Units
Introduction to the Spanish-speaking cultures of the world
featuring the study and practice of the four language skills
(listening, speaking, reading, and writing) of Spanish.
Strongly recommended: eligibility for English 1A.
D 10623 Lec MTWTh 7:45 12:55 551 ZERMENO 06/14-07/09 OP 041
Lab MTWTh 1:00 1:50 100A
OP
O 10624 By Arr 18.0 Hrs/Wk TBA MOON 06/28-08/06 OP ON1
SPA 1A, section ON1, is an intensive 6-week online course with
no on-campus meetings. Students must have an email account
and Internet access to login to Blackboard by the first day of
class, Monday, June 28th to read the announcements and see
course assignments. To begin go to http://www.chabotcollege.
edu/online and click the course website. Contact the instructor for more information at [email protected] Please
note: Some previous knowledge of Spanish is recommended for
this intensive course.
Mark a Place in Chabot College’s History
With a Commemorative Brick
In Our Pathway to the Future
Special grey granite bricks will be permanently
placed outside the new Community and
Student Services Center. Cost is $250.
For information contact the
Chabot College Foundation
510.723.6936.
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Campus Map
All buildings are designated by number as follows:
B
Butler Building
100*
Library
200
Administration
300*
English / ESL/ World Languages
400*
500*
700*
800*
900
1000
1100
1200
1300
1400
1500
1600*
1700*
1800
1900
Instructional Office Building
Social Science
Community Services and Student Services
Language Arts
Humanities
Art
Humanities Faculty Offices
Music Skills Center / Little Theatre
Auditorium
Technology Center
Technology Faculty Offices
Technology / Engineering
Mathematics / Physics / Geology
Assessment
Science Lecture Hall / Planetarium
Building Identification
2000
2100
2200*
2300*
Science and Mathematics Faculty Offices
Biological Sciences
Health Sciences / Dental Health
Cafeteria / Student Center /
Campus Safety /Office of Student Life
2400
Disabled Student Resource Center
2500
Gymnasium
2600
PE Faculty Offices /Classrooms
2700
Women’s Shower & Locker/Classroom
2800
Men’s Shower and Locker Rooms
2900
Physical Education Classrooms
3000*
Maintenance Building and Warehouse
3100
Emergency Medical Services
3200
Disable Student Physical Education Center
3300
The Annex
3400 Reprographics Center/Print Shop/Graphic Arts
3500, 3700
Early Childhood Development Center
3800
Bookstore
3900
Chemistry/Computer Science
*Two-Story
Building
OSHA Training Center
The experts at the OSHA Training Center will help you build a solid foundation to advance your career.
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Emergency Red Call Box Locations:
Parking Lot J
Parking Lot B Section B1, B4, B6, B15
Parking Lot A Section A2 , A8 near Campus Drive
Parking Lot D near Building 3900
Parking Lot E near Building 3400
behind the Building 1400 Automotive
behind the Building 3500 Child Care
Building 1400 between Building 1600
1800 between Building 2000
1900 between Building 2200
2300 walkway by Building 100
2100 walkway facing 2400
2500 walkway next to Bookstore
Building 2700 on the Swimming Pool upper deck
Softball Field Snack Bar Wall
Soccer/Tennis Court Storage on Athletic pathway
Campus Safety & Security
Mission Statement
The Chabot College Department of Campus Safety
and Security, in partnership with the Hayward
Police Department, is committed to providing a
safe and secure learning and work environment for
all members of the campus community and guests.
We recognize our role as service providers and
are dedicated to delivering consistent and quality
service to diverse groups of people and individuals
alike.
Contacting the Department of Campus Safety
and Security
The Chabot College Safety and Security Department public office is located in Rm. 2302 at the
southeast corner of the first floor of Bldg. 2300
(adjacent to the cafeteria). This office is open from
6:30am to 10pm, Monday through Friday. If the
office is closed the on-duty security officer can be
contacted by telephone in the following ways:
• From any off-campus telephone dial
510.723.6923 or 6923 from any college phone.
• Activate anyone of the ten emergency call boxes
located throughout the campus.
• For Emergencies Dial 911 From Any Phone.
Lost and Found
Acentralized Lost and Found is located in the
Campus Safety Office in Rm. 2302, Bldg. 2300.
Lost articies may be turned in or retrieved between
the hours of 8am and 9pm, Monday through Friday,
and 8am to 3pm on Saturday. Articles deposited
with the Lost and Found are held until the end of
each semester. After this period, unclaimed items
will be disposed of.
Safety Programs and Measures
Safe Ride Program: The Department of Campus
Safety and Security offers escorts to the campus
community to and from the parking lots for safety
related issues. To arrange to have an escort accompany you from your classroom or office to your
vehicle, dial 6923 from any college phone, or activate a nearby emergency call box. An escort will be
dispatched by radio to meet you at your location.
Zero Tolerance: Chabot College maintains a Zero
Tolerance policy regarding all forms of sexual violence If you, or anyone you know, becomes the victim of sexual assault, domestic violence, or stalking, you may seek immediate help at the Campus
Safety Office. The Department of Campus Safety
and Security is committed to keeping the campus
community informed about patterns, trends, or
incidents that pose athreat or substantial risk to our
community. Such information is typically published
in special crimebulletins posted at the office of the
Department of Campus Safety and Security or other
campus media such as the campus newspaper, The
Spectator. Safety through environmental design is
yet another component of effective crime prevention. Our Maintenance and Operations Department
works hard at keeping the campus grounds well
groomed and adequately lit during darkness. The
campus grounds and parking lots are lit at nightfall
untll 11pm during normal days of operation. Emergency Call Boxes and telephones are strategically
located throughout the campus for your safety.
Emergency Red Call Boxes: These Red Call
Boxes are outdoors in all the parking lots and
adjacent to the athietic fields. They can be found by
locating the blue Call Box signs or illuminated blue
light during darkness. Simply follow the directions
on the Call Box for assistance. The location of our
Emergency Call Boxes can be found under the
Capus Map section on page 30.
Emergency Campus Telephones: These telephones can be found in all of our elevators and
buildings. The telephones are marked “Emergency
Telephone” and most are contained inside a red or
white metal box mounted to the wall. Simply open
the box, pick up the phone and follow the printed
directions. Elevator phones will dial directly to the
Campus Safety and Security Office while other
phones require you dial the Campus Safety and
Security extension (6923 or 6666). Please familiarize yourself with the locations of the emergency
phones in the areas you travel on campus.
Chabot College Crime Statistics
In 1998, the federal government passed The Jeanne
Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and
Campus Crime Statistics Act, formerly The Student
Right to Know Act of 1990. This law requires colleges and universities receiving federal funding to
disclose the reported instances of criminalactivity
on their campuses. The following table is an accounting of mandatory crime statistics on campus.
You may contact the Hayward Police Department
for crime statistics on public property adjacent to
the campus at: 510.293.7272.
Chabot College Crime Statistics
Murder/Non Negligent Manslaughter
Sexual Offenses-Forcible
Sexual Offenses-Non Forcible
Robbery
Aggravated Assault
Burglary
Motor Vehicle Theft
Arson
Liquor Law Violations
Drug Law Violations
Illegal Weapons Possession
Hate Crimes
2009
0
0
1
0
0
1
15
0
3
3
0
0
2008
0
0
1
0
11
17
6
0
3
7
1
1
2007
0
0
1
2
1
21
5
2
1
3
1
1
Hours of Operation and Access to College
Facilities
The college’s normal hours of operation are printed
on signs at every entrance to the campus They are:
7am to 10pm Monday through Friday and 7am to
5pm on Saturday. There are typically special events
that take place after the normalhours of operation,
however, access is restricted to the special event(s).
Individuals who need to be in campus buildings or
areas outside the normal hours of operation must
obtain authorization from their supervisor and
must notify the on-duty campus safety officer of
their presence. All students, faculty and staff have
been issued ID cards which they may be asked to
produce if there is a question about their authorization to be in a specific area before, during, or after
the normal hours of operation.Many college buildings, classrooms and labs are protected by intrusion
alarms. Do not enter the area until an instructor or
authorized person has deactivated the alarm. We
are all responsible to ensure the safety and security
of our college buildings and facilities. Ensure all
doors and windows are locked when rooms are unattended Turn off lights, gas, machinery, or equipment when not in use. Activate the intrusion alarm
system if applicable Report any problems with
safety or security of our buildings, facilities, or
areas promptly to the Campus Safety and Security
office .
Disabled Parking
The California Education Code, Section 67301,
allows for Community Colleges to charge parking fees lor use of the parking lot and specifically
provides that student with disabilities and persons
provided transportation to students with disabilities
shall be required to display a valid parking permit
if applicable, for the campus attended. In accord-
ance with state law, the Chabot-Las Positas Board
of Trustees has established a policy, which requires
disabled students to purchase and display a valid
parking permit when parking in any campus parking lots.
Students with disabilities or persons providing
transportation to students with disabilities are allowed to park in any available space in Student and
Faculty/Staff parking Iots unless otherwise prohibited, provided they display avalid disabled placecard (or plate) as well as a valid parking permit, as
defined in CLPCCD Board Policy 2314.138.
Parking Permits
Please note: Parking permits are available online
only. Parking permits are no longer available in the
bookstore.
Please read all instructions carefully:
• Go to Chabot College CLASS-Web or The Zone
at www.chabotcollege.edu and click the link to
“Purchase a Parking Permit.”
• After ordering and paying for your permit:
• Print a temporary permit.
• Approximately 10 days your permanent permit
will be mailed to the address you provided.
• The daily $2 permits are available in all student
lots.
Student parking permits for each instructional term
(semester) may be purchased online only through
CLASS-Web or zthe Zone, after registering for
classes. Individuals who enroll in-person at the
Office of Admissions & Records and who wish to
purchase a student parking permit will be required
to do so online. Access to and assistance with purchasing parking permits online is available in the
Student Online Services Center in Bldg. 700. At the
time of purchase, be prepared to print a temporary
permit and have the following vehicle information
ready:
• Year
• Make
• Model
• Color
• License Plate Number
• State of Vehicle Registration
Daily parking permits can still be purchased from
dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
Permits shall be hung from the rearview mirror or
displayed on the vehicle dashboard. Students must
pay the parking fee in order to receive a parking
permit. Permits will be mailed out after payment is
received.
The following fees have been set for parking in accordance with Section 76360 of the California Education Code and adopted by the Board of Trustees:
Daily parking permits are purchased from dispensers located in all parking lots on campus.
• Daily Permits: $2
Motor Vehicles
• Fall/Spring Semester: $30
• Summer Session: $15
Motorcycle
• Fall/Spring Semester: $15
• Summer Session: $7.50
Summer 2010 Parking Permits are available to
purchase online.
Please note: You must have a valid parking permit displayed on your vehicle to park on campus.
AlertU
Chabot College is now offering a SMS-based emergency notification service for your mobile phone.
In the event of an emergency, Chabot students,
staff, faculty and others will be alerted in realtime important security information. Simply text
“Chabot” to 253788 (AlertU) and reply Y, or sign
up online at www.alertu.com. Persons wishing to
sign up can also enter in an email address and can
be alerted to emergency information through an
email message as well.
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CSU General Education Breadth Requirements
CSU General Education Breadth
Requirements
Effective Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Summer 2010
COMPLETING CSU GENERAL EDUCATIONBREADTH (CSU/GEB)
Chabot College students have the opportunity
to complete all of their lower division CSU/GE
requirements for the BA/BS Degree prior to transfer
to any of the 23 California State Universities. By
following the pattern of General Education (GE)
requirements on the reverse side the student will
be eligible for “Certification of General Education
Breadth Requirements.”
CERTIFICATION
Certification of General Education Breadth
Requirement does not happen automatically; you
must request CSU/GE certification at the time that
you request your final transcript to be sent to the
CSU school of your choice. File your request with
Admissions and Records.
Two types of certification
Full CSU/GE Certification: The student is eligible
for FULL CSU/GE CERTIFICATION when they
have completed the required number of units and
courses in each GE Area, A-E and U.S. History,
Constitution and American Ideals* . This student
will not have to complete additional lower division
GE requirements that may be required at that
CSU school. This student will be responsible for
additional upper division units, typically 9 semester
(12 quarter) units, in GE, after transfer.
(*) Area F: U.S. History, Constitution and American
Ideals is not a part of CSU/GE Certification,
however the courses that comprise this requirement
can be counted in the Area D “Human Social,
Political and Economic Institutions and Behavior.”
Partial CSU/GE Certification: Partial CSU/GE
Certification is granted when one or more GE Areas
have been completed. A student who transfers to a
CSU with partial GE Certification will not have to
complete additional GE requirements in that same
GE area upon transfer. They may have to complete
additional lower division GE requirements in other
GE areas that were not certified, plus additional
units of upper division GE, typically 9 semester (12
quarter) units.
TO TRANSFER AS A JUNIOR (Upper Division
Transfer) TO A CSU YOU MUST:
• Complete Areas A1, A2, A3 and B4 with a grade of
C (CR) or better.
• Complete an additional 18 units from CSU/GE
areas A-E, (including the units from above) for a
total of 30 GE units.
All courses would need to have a grade C (CR) or
better.
• Complete an overall total of 60 semester (90
quarter) CSU transferable units with a cumulative
GPA of 2.0 (C).
See Flyer #100 for a complete listing of CSU
Transferable courses.
See a counselor for assistance with CSU
admission and transfer requirements.
Additional Certification requirements:
1. No more than 39 semester (58.5 quarter) units
may be certified for the CSU General Education
Breadth Requirements.
2. No more than 30 semester (45 quarter) units may
be certified in Areas B through D combined.
3. Upon transfer, the student may be expected
to complete a minimum of 9 semester
units (upper division) of General Education
Breadth Requirements at the CSU granting
the baccalaureate degree and other specific
graduation requirements of the transfer school.
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GENERAL EDUCATION BREADTH REQUIREMENTS
CHABOT COLLEGE
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[A.] COMMUNICATIONS IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND CRITICAL THINKING
Select at least one course from each group. (9 semester units)
Courses for A1, A2, A3 must have a grade of "C" or better. A2
A1 Communication Studies 1, 20, 30, 46
A2 English 1A
A3
A3 English 4, English 7, History 5, Math 12/Philosophy 12, Communication Studies 46
[B.] THE PHYSICAL AND LIFE SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS
Select at least one course from Group B1, B2, and B4. At least one course must include a laboratory B3. Underlined courses are
laboratory courses. (9 semester units).
B2 - Life Science
Anatomy 1
B1 - Physical Sciences
Anthropology 1*, 1L
Astronomy 1, 10, 20, 30
Biology 2, 2A, 2B, 4, 5, 6, 10, 20, 25, 31, 40, 50
Biotechnology 20
Biotechnology 30
Chemistry 1A, 1B, 5, 8, 10, 12A, 12B, 30A, 30B, 31
Environmental Science 10, 11
Geography 1, 1L, 8
Microbiology 1
Geology 1A, 1B, 10, 10L, 21
Physiology 1
Physical Science 15
Physics 2A, 2B, 4A, 4B, 5, 11
B3 - Lab Science Requirement (B3)
Psychology 2*
Any underlined number satisfies this requirement.
B4 - Mathematics (Must have grade of "C" or better)
Mathematics 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 15, 16, 20, 31, 32, 33, 35,
36, 37, 40, 43
[C.] ARTS, LITERATURE, PHILOSOPHY AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES
Select at least one or two courses from each of the two discipline areas C1 and C2. (9 semester units)
C1 - Arts (Art, Dance, Music, Theatre)
Architecture 14
Art 2A, 3A, 10, 16A, 17, 20
Art History 1, 4, 5, 6, 20, 51
Film 50, 60
Music 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12A, 44, 45
Photography 20
Theater Arts 1, 5, 10, 11, 12, 16, 25, 40
C2 - Humanities (Literature, Philosophy, Foreign Languages)
Chinese 1A, 1B
Communication Studies 2A, 5
English 11, 12, 13, 20, 21*, 22*, 24, 25, 30, 32, 38, 45, 47, 48
French 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B
General Studies 31*
History 1*, 2*
German 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B
Humanities 50, 60, 65, 68, 72, 75
Italian 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B
Japanese 1A, 1B
Music 8
Philosophy 50, 60, 65, 70
Religious Studies 7, 50, 64, 65, 70, 72
Sign Language 64, 65
Spanish 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 5
[D.] HUMAN SOCIAL, POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS AND BEHAVIOR
Select courses from at least two different disciplines- D1 through D0. (9 semester units)
D1 - Anthropology & Archaeology
D6 - History
Anthropology 1*, 2, 3, 5*, 8, 12
History 1*, 2*, 3, 4, 7, 8, 12, 19*, 20*, 21*, 22, 25*, 27*, 44
D2 - Economics
D7 - Interdisciplinary Social or Behavioral Science
Economics 1, 2, 5, 10, 12
Business 17, 36
D3 - Ethnic Studies
Communication Studies 11
Anthropology 5*
Computer Application Systems 50
English 21*, 22*
Early Childhood Development 51, 62, 67
Ethnic Studies 1, 2, 3
Mass Communication 40, 41
History 19*, 20*, 21*, 22*, 25*
Psychology - Counseling 1, 13
Psychology - Counseling 4
D8 - Political Science, Government, and Legal Institutions
Sociology 10
Administration of Justice 60
D4 - Gender Studies
Political Science 1, 2, 12, 20, 25, 30, 40
English 33
D9 - Psychology
General Studies 31*
Psychology 1, 2*, 3, 6, 33
History 27*
D0 - Sociology and Criminology
Sociology 11*
Administration of Justice 50
D5 - Geography
Sociology 1, 2, 3*, 4, 11*, 30*, 31*, 32
Geography 2, 3, 5, 12, 20
[E.] UNDERSTANDING AND SELF DEVELOPMENT (3 semester units)
Communication Studies 10
Psychology Counseling 10, 11, 20
Early Childhood Development 54
Sociology 8, 30*, 31*
Environmental Science 12
Physical Education Activity 1, 2, 3, 5, 7,13, 13R, 14, 17, 20, 25, 26, 27, 30,
Health 1, 4, 8, 16
31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50 (limit 2 units)
Nutrition 1, 57, 58
Physical Education 15, 18, 57, 58
Psychology 8, 12, 45
B1
B2
B3
B4
C1
C2
C
D
D
D
E
[F.] CSU graduation requires completion of US History, Constitution and American Ideals Requirement.
One of the following combinations will satisfy this requirement: Choose either ....
Group 1: History 7 and SELECT ONE from the following: History 8, 12, 21, 22, 25, 27, Political Science 1, 2
... OR
Group 2: Political Science 1 and SELECT ONE from the following: History 7, 8, 20, 21, 22, 25, 27 ..... total 6 units
Courses may be counted in area D.
* Courses (A-E) may be listed in more than one area but shall not be certified in more than one area. Exception, courses taken in Area F can be used in Area D.
COMMENTS:
FOR COUNSELOR USE ONLY:
Number of CSU or UC Transferable Units completed _________________________
Number of SCU or UC Transferable in progress _____________________________ Assisting Counselor: ________________________________
Total number of CSU or UC Transferable Units _____________________________ Student ID # ______________________________________
Student's Name:______________________________________ ________________ Date: ____________________________________________
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Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum
Intersegmental General Education Transfer
Curriculum for the California State University System or University of California System
Effective Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Summer
2010
The Intersegmental General Education Transfer
Curriculum IGETC is a general education pattern of
courses which community college transfer students
can use to fulfill lower-division general education
requirements for either the CSU or UC systems, without
the need, after transfer, to take additional lower-division
general education courses.
The IGETC is NOT an part of the admissions requirements
for CSU or UC, however, full completion of IGETC can
be used as a selection criteria for specific programs and
majors.. We advise you to complete the entire IGETC
pattern by end of the Spring term of the year you plan
to transfer. For information about the courses required
for lower division major preparation use ASSIST (www.
assist.org).
The IGETC is NOT advisable for all transfer students.
While all CSU’s accept IGETC, some colleges within
the UC system do not. Students who intend to transfer
into high unit majors, such as engineering, business or
some pre-professional programs, should concentrate
on completing the prerequisites for the major that the
college screens to determine eligibility. The IGETC will
probably be MOST USEFUL for those students wishing
to keep their options open before making a final decision
about transferring to a particular UC or CSU campus. It
is strongly recommended that students consult with a
counselor to determine which general education pattern is
best for their transfer goals.
GUIDELINES FOR USING IGETC:
1. Most students who use IGETC will complete
ALL sections which will qualify them for FULL
CERTIFICATION of the appropriate UC or CSU options.
PARTIAL Certification is defined as completing all
but two (2) courses on the IGETC pattern. The student
petitions for certification and either the complete or partial
certification is sent by Chabot to the designated CSU or
UC where the student is planning on attending. If the
student is partially IGETC certified, the CSU or UC will
inform the student what classes they need to complete and
what the completion deadline is for that campus. Please
note: IGETC Areas 1 and 2 need to be completed to meet
minimum UC or CSU admissions requirements.
2. CERTIFICATION: Certification does not happen
automatically; the student must request IGETC
Certification at the same time a request for a final transcript
to be sent to the CSU or UC school is made. In most cases
Certification is completed by the last community college
attended. Requests for IGETC Certification are made with
Admissions and Records, Bldg. 100.
3. All IGETC courses must be completed with a grade of
C or better or a “P” (Pass).
4. CSU transfers are required to complete the Oral
Communications (AREA 1. Group C). It is recommended
they also complete the U.S. History, Constitution and
American Ideals (AI) even though it is not part of
IGETC Certification nor required for admissions to CSU.
Courses used to meet this requirement may also be used
to satisfy IGETC Subject Area requirements, however,
CSU campuses do have the discretion whether to allow
courses to satisfy the CSU U.S. History, Constitutions and
American Ideals (AI) graduation requirement to count in
both 4F and to meet the AI graduation requirement.
5. UC transfers need to complete the Foreign Language
requirement. If you completed this requirement in high
school or at another college, you will need to send us an
official high school (or college) transcript. UC transfers
are NOT required to complete the Oral Communications
(Area A, Group C) or U.S. History, Constitution or
American Ideals requirement.
IGETC - Effective Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Summer 2010 and thereafter
(*) A course may be listed in more than one area,
but shall not be certified in more than one area.
(+) Transfer credit may be limited by UC or CSU or both.
C=Completed
IP=In Progress
N=Needs to Complete
C IP
AREA 1 - ENGLISH COMMUNICATION
CSU certification requires 3 courses - one from each group below (Group A, B, and C). UC certification requires 2 courses - one from group
A and one from group B.
Group A: English Composition
Group B: Critical Thinking
(1 course, 3 sem/4-5 qtr units)
(1 course, 3 sem/4-5 qtr units)
English 1A
Course must have English Composition as a prerequisite.
Group A
Group C: Oral Communication
(CSU only: 1 course, 3 sem/4-5 qtr units)
Communication Studies 1 or 46
Group C
English 4 or English 7
N
Group B
AREA 2 - MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS AND QUANTITATIVE REASONING
(1 course, 3 sem/4-5 qtr units)
Math 1+, 2+, 3, 4, 6, 8, 20+, 31, 32, 33+, 35, 40, 43
AREA 3-ARTS AND HUMANITIES
(At least 3 courses, 9 sem/12-15 qtr units. At least one course must be from the ARTS area and one course must be from the
HUMANITIES area.)
HUMANITIES:
English 20, 21, 22, 30, 32, 33, 45, 47
ARTS:
Foreign Language 2A, 2B
Art History 1, 4, 5, 6, 20
General Studies 31
Music 1, 4, 5
History 1*, 2*
Photography 20
Humanities 60, 68, 75
Theater Arts 10, 11, 12
Philosophy 50, 60, 65, 70
Religious Studies 50, 64, 65, 70, 72
AREA 4 - SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
(At least 3 courses, 9 sem/12-15 qtr units. Courses MUST be completed from at least TWO disciplines or from an Interdisciplinary
Sequence.)
4F History
4A Anthropology
History 1*, 2*, 7*, 8*, 12*, 19, 20*, 21*, 22*, 25*, 27*, 44
4G Interdisciplinary, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Anthropology 1*, 2, 3, 5, 8, 12
Communication Studies 11
4B Economics
Early Childhood Development 51
Economics 1, 2, 5, 10+
4H
Political
Science
4C Ethnic Studies
Political Science 1*, 2*, 20, 25, 30, 40
Ethnic Studies 1, 2, 3
4I Psychology
Psychology-Counseling 4+
Psychology-Counseling 13
Sociology 10
Psychology 1, 2, 3, 6, 18, 33
4J
Sociology
& Criminology
4E Geography
Sociology 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 11, 30
Geography 2, 3, 5, 12
AREA 5 - PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
(At least 2 courses, 7-9 sem/9-12 qtr units) One course Physical Science and One course Biological Sciences. A lab must be included in either
selection.
5A PHYSICAL SCIENCE:
Astronomy 1, 10+, 20+, Lab Only Astronomy 30
Chemistry 1A+, 1B+, 5, 8, 10+, 12A, 12B, 30A+, 30B+, 31+
Geography 1, 8, Lab Only Geography 1L
Geology 1A, 1B, 10+, 21, Lab Only Geology 10L
Physical Science 15
Physics 2A+, 2B+, 4A+, 4B+, 4C+, 5, 11
5B BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES:
Anatomy 1+
Anthropology 1, Lab Only Anthropology 1L
Biology 2A, 2B, 5, 10+, 20, 25, 31+, 50+
Environmental Science 10+, 11+
Microbiology 1
Physiology 1+
LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH (UC ONLY Requirement)
Proficiency equivalent to two years of high school study in the same language. This requirement can be satisfied by: (1) Proficiency
equivalent to two years of high school study in the same language completed with a "C" or better, (2) earning a 3 or higher on the Foreign
Language Advanced Placement Test, (3) earning a score of 500 or better on the College Board Achievement Test or (4) as a native speaker
of a language other than English, demonstration of foreign language proficiency, (5) or complete one of the following course;
Arts
Humanities
Social Sciences
Physical
Science
Biol Sci
Lab
UC Only
Chinese 1B, French 1B, or German 1B, or Italian 1B, or Japanese 1B, or Spanish 1B or American Sign Language 65 (Other languages may
apply, see a counselor)
CSU GRADUATION REQUIREMENT - U.S. HISTORY, CONSTITUTION AND AMERICAN IDEALS
While this 6 unit requirement is not part of IGETC Certification, it is recommended that students transferring to the CSU system complete
the two courses. Courses used for this requirement MAY be used to satisfy AREA requirements..
CSU Only
One of the following combinations will satisfy this requirement. Choose either
Group 1: History 7 and SELECT ONE from the following: History 8, 12, 21, 22, 25, 27, Political Science 1, 2
.... OR
Group 2: Political Science 1 and SELECT ONE from the following: History 7, 8, 20, 21, 22, 25, 27 for a total of ....... 6 units.
COMMENTS:
FOR COUNSELOR USE ONLY:
Number of CSU or UC Transferable Units completed _________________________
Number of SCU or UC Transferable in progress _____________________________
Total number of CSU or UC Transferable Units _____________________________
Student's Name:______________________________________ ________________
Assisting Counselor: ________________________________
Student ID # ______________________________________
Date: ____________________________________________
The material in this publication has been prepared from IGETC handouts as carefully as possible. Chabot College does not assume responsibility for inaccuraces or changes in the information contained herein after the date of publication
Rev: cp 4/21/09
6. Courses taken at other 4-year institutions, except for
foreign institutions, can be used to certify IGETC. Students
should be aware, however, that placement of courses within
IGETC subject areas may vary from college to college.
Placement of a course will be based on the college of
attendance and its IGETC pattern at the time the course
was taken. See a counselor for assistance.
7. Students who initially enroll at a UC campus, then leave
and attend a community college, and subsequently return
to the same UC campus are considered “readmits” and as
such may not use IGETC. However if the student attends a
different UC, then the use of IGETC is allowed. CSU does
not have a system-wide policy that addresses this issue.
See a counselor if you have questions about this notation.
Using IGETC to complete lower division general
education requirements is a GREAT way to save time
and money in terms of completing GE graduation
requirements at UC or CSU. It may be just right for
you. However, it is very important that you consult with
a counselor in developing your IGETC educational
plan. While every assurance is taken in providing
up-to-the-minute accurate written information ... our
counselors are your BEST RESOURCE. Please make
an appointment today to discuss what IGETC can do
for YOU!!
*This pattern applies to courses completed in Fall,
’09, Spring, ’10 and Summer, ’10. If you completed
courses prior to these semesters, please consult
the IGETC pattern for the year you completed the
course. Consult with a counselor for clarification.
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Enrollment Access
Policies
Open Courses
The policy of this district is that, unless specifically
exempted by statute or regulation, every course,
course section, or class, reported for state aid,
wherever offered and maintained by the district,
shall be fully open to enrollment and participation by any person who has been admitted to the
college(s) and who meets such prerequisites as may
be established pursuant to regulations contained
in Article 2.5 (commencing with Section 55200)
of Subchapter 1 of Chapter 6 of this Division of
Matriculation Regulations.
Course Prerequisite Policy
Prerequisite means the preparation or previous
course work considered necessary for success in the
course. The college requires students to complete
prerequisites as pre-enrollment preparation. (See
Prerequisite Challenge Procedures for conditions
under which a prerequisite may not be required.)
Prerequisites which are listed in the College Catalog include:
1 Courses for which specific prerequisites have
been validated.
2 Sequential course work in a degree-applicable
program.
3 Courses in which a prerequisite is necessary for
transfer to a four-year college.
Non-Discrimination Policy
Age
Chabot College complies with the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1974, which prohibits
discrimination in employment on the basis of age.
Disabled
Chabot College does not discriminate on the basis
of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities.
The designee to coordinate compliance with nondiscrimination requirements in the American with
Disabilities Act: Melinda Matsuda, Vice President,
Student Services, Rm. 208, 510.723.6744, TDD
510.723.6725.
Race, Color, or National Origin
Chabot College complies with the requirements
of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the
regulations adopted thereunder. No person shall,
on the grounds of race, color, or national origin be
excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination
under any program of the college. Chabot College
also complies with Title VII of the Act, which
includes nondiscrimination on the basis of religion
and sex. Limited language skills are not a barrier to
occupational programs and services.
Sex or Sexual Orientation
Chabot College does not discriminate on the basis
of sex or sexual orientation in education programs
or activities. Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, as amended, and the administrative
regulations adopted thereunder prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and
activities operated by the college. Such programs
and activities include admission of students and
employment.
Sexual Harassment
Chabot College desires to maintain an academic
and work environment which protects the dignity
and promotes the mutual respect of all employees
and students. Sexual harassment of employees or
students will not be condoned. In general, deliberate verbal comments, gestures or physical contact
of a sexual nature that are unsolicited and unwelcomed will be considered harassment (Title VII of
the Civil Rights Act of 1964). Inquiries concerning the application of these policies to programs
and activities of Chabot College may be referred
to the following officers assigned the administrative responsibility of reviewing such matters:
Employee Concerns: Wyman Fong, Director of
Human Resources, 925.485.5261.
Student Concerns / Discrimination Concerns:
Melinda Matsuda, Vice President, Student
Services, Rm. 208, 510.723.6744, TDD
510.723.6725.
Inquiries may also be addressed to: San Francisco
Office of Civil Rights, US Dept. of Education,
50 Beale Street, Suite 7200, San Francisco, CA
94105, 415.486.5555.
Declaración de No Discriminación
Chabot y Las Positas colleges, de acuerdo con
las leyes civiles, declara que no discrimina hacia
ninguna persona a base de su raza, color, naclonalidad, ascendencia, religión, creencia, sexo,
edad o incapacidad, en sus programs y políticas
de empleo y educación. El conocimiento limitado
del idioma no limita acceso a programas y servicios ocupacionales. Cualquier pregunta sobre la
aplicación de esta declaración puede dirigirse a:
Asuntos de Empleo: Wyman Fong, Director of Human Resources, 925.485.5261.
Asuntos de Estudiantes / Asuntos de Discriminación:
Melinda Matsuda, Vice President, Student Services,
Rm. 208, 510.723.6744, TDD 510.723.6725.
Las investigaciones se pueden también tratar a: San
Francisco Office of Civil Rights, US Dept. of Education, 50 Beale Street, Suite 7200, San Francisco, CA
94105, 415.486.5555.
Annual Notification to Students – FERPA Policy
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3 The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the
student’s education records, except to the extent
that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. One exception, which permits disclosure
without consent, is disclosure to school officials
with legitimate educational interests. A school
official is defined as a person employed by
Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
in an administrative, supervisory, academic, or
support staff position (including law enforcement unit and health staff); a person or company
with whom the College or District has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection
agent); a person serving on the Board of Trustees; or a person assisting another school official
in performing his or her tasks.
A school official is defined as a person employed
by Chabot-Las Positas Community College District
in an administrative, supervisory, academic, or support staff position (including law enforcement unit
and health staff); a person or company with whom
the College or District has contracted (such as an
attorney, auditor, or collection agent); a person
serving on the Board of Trustees; or a person assisting another school official in performing his or hertasks. A school official has a legitimate educational
interest if the official needs to review an education
record in order to fulfill his or her professional duties and responsibilities.
Upon request, the College discloses education records without consent to officials of another school
in which a student seeks or intends to enroll.
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While the college does not provide general student
directory services, it may release the following
information about a student without consent: name,
address, telephone number, date of birth, major
field of study, degrees and awards received and
dates of attendance. Any student who does not wish
such information to be released about him/herself
shall notify the Office of Admissions and Records
in writing, no later than 10 school days after the
start of the term. Chabot College does not release
student information for individual use, private business or commercial firms for use in advertising and
publicity.
If a student has a concern they have the right to file
a complaint with the US Department of Education
concerning alleged failures by the College to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and
address of the office that administers FERPA is:
Family Policy Compliance Office
US Department of Education
400 Maryland Avenue, SW
Washington, DC 20202-4605
http://www.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fpco/ferpa
For more information regarding FERPA regulations
and confidentiality and privacy of student records,
go to http://www.chabotcollege.edu/admissions/
ferpa.asp.
Chabot College FERPA Officials
Student Discipline
Melinda Matsuda
Interim V P, Student Services
510.723.6744
[email protected]
Student Records
Judy Young
Interim Director, A &R
510.723.6700
[email protected]
CAMPUS SAFETY & SECURITY
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
(FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. These rights are:
1 The right to inspect and review the student’s
education records within 45 days of the day the
College receives a request for access. Students
should submit to the Director of Admissions
and Records, a written request that identifies
the record(s) they wish to inspect. The Director
will make arrangements for access and notify
the student of the time and place where the
records may be inspected. If the records are not
maintained by the Director of Admissions and
Records, they shall advise the student of the
correct official to whom the request should be
addressed.
2 The right to request the amendment of the
student’s education records that the student
believes is inaccurate or misleading. Students
may ask the College to amend a record that they
believe is inaccurate or misleading. They should
write the Director of Admissions and Records
or College official responsible for the record,
clearly identify the part of the record they want
changed, and specify why it is inaccurate or misleading. If the College decides not to amend the
record as requested by the student, the College
will notify the student of the decision andadvise
the student of his or her right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional
information regarding the hearing procedures
will be provided to the student when notified of
the right to a hearing.
Chabot’s New High-Tech Planetarium will “Blow You Away”
By Susan May, Director of Community Education & Marketing
When Chabot College’s planetarium opened in March of 1966, Dr. Billy Smith, newly
recruited from Arizona State University, was the director, and the new-age projector that
displayed the stars cost $19,000. More than four decades later, Smith is still here. And, up
to a few months ago, so was the projector.
But thanks to the Measure B bond money and the vision of the college, the planetarium
has become a much higher-tech version of itself housed inside the familiar, timeless shell
of Building 1900.
Along with the planetarium’s beautifully revamped interior design—which includes a
new entry with digital display board, new carpeting, seating, lighting, and digital video, is
a new, $250,000, state-of-the-art star projector.
“The original projector was wonderful and able to simulate the night-time skies with
about 1500 points of light,” says Scott Hildreth, who has taught astronomy at Chabot
for more than 20 years. “But the new system is computer-controlled and able to project
images and movies as well as the stars. We can take our students anywhere in the solar
system—and beyond. And most important, students can learn much, much more.”
The building’s three other lecture rooms have also been updated with new digital video
projectors, document cameras, lecture control systems, and new seats for the students, also
made possible by the Measure B Bond funds.
Meanwhile, the outside of the planetarium remains virtually untouched. It was planned
that way.
“This was an original part of the campus,” says Hildreth. “The stone work architecture
is identical to the main courtyard. It’s designed so it never has to be painted and requires
no exterior maintenance. The outside of the copper dome that students and the public see
was left untouched.”
Smith, who retired from Chabot 13 years ago but continues to work part-time, is thrilled
with the new equipment, especially recalling how he started his career.
“In Arizona, we had a manual projector and had to crank it up just to get the latitude,”
he says. “Chabot’s original projector was analog and worked by gears and was getting
more and more expensive to maintain. The bond money allowed us to rethink what we
were doing and get an entirely new digital system that takes up one-third the space. It
doesn’t dominate the room and turns the room into more of a classroom.”
In fact, the original intent of the planetarium by Chabot’s founder and first president,
Reed Buffington, was not as a classroom but as a community theater for the public and for
kids’ school programs.
“The economics were different back then,” says Smith “My salary was paid partly by
taxes and had to be used for community services so my job was half teaching and half
programming. Proposition 13 changed all that and we couldn’t afford to put on the shows
anymore so the planetarium became more of a teaching lab.”
But there are plans afoot to bring it back to the public.
“The new digital shows available for the planetarium can be much easier to put on,” says
Hildreth. “They come pre-recorded so you can turn them on, the stars come out and the
music and voices come on, and it’s a great show. While they can be expensive to rent (up
to $5,000 or more), they can be shown multiple times for a nominal fee to help cover some
of the costs.”
Astronomy has always been one of the most popular of the physical science classes
at Chabot for students wanting to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, says
Hildreth, who shares teaching duties with Smith and Tim Dave, who joined the college
in 2000. And, no doubt, the high-tech, ultra-cool upgrades to the planetarium will inspire
even more students to learn about stars and space. And keep the instructors motivated as
well.
“We’re still working out the kinks, but we’re really excited,” says Hildreth. “No other
place on campus will give you this experience. The speakers are going to blow you away.
At one-quarter the volume, your teeth will chatter!”
Chabot College Planetarium & Lecture Hall
Bldg. 1900
Astronomy instructors Dr. Billy Smith and Scott Hildreth
look forward to teaching in the renovated planetarium.
The planetarium exterior remains virtually unchanged
since the original stone siding requires no maintenance.
The building’s lecture halls have been updated with new
high-tech equipment.
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Kids on Campus:
Summer Camp Expands!
By Susan May, Director of Community Ed. & Marketing
Art, sports, science, drama, music, language, and more
are all part of this year’s Kids on Campus–Summer Camp
2010 offered by Chabot’s Community Education Program.
The summer camp has been so popular that it has been
expanded this year to five weeks, June 21-July 23. Kids,
ages 8-13, can come for individual weeks–or for all of
them!
The full-week camp was created five years ago to give
community members (with working parents in mind) a
safe place to bring their children to have an educationally
enriching (and fun!) experience right on a college campus.
Many of the campers have such a great time that they come
back every year. Others have to wait until they are old
enough to get started.
Melissa Powell had a long wait. When she was only
three, her sister Molly began working as a counselor at
camp and a few years later, her sister Megan joined her.
Melissa heard stories about the camp and counted the
years until she reached the magic age when she could go.
Melissa
Powell
(second
from left)
enjoys Ice
Cream Day
at camp.
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U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
HAYWARD, CA
PERMIT NO. 547
Chabot College
25555 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, CA 94545
www.chabotcollege.edu
510.723.6600
Last year Melissa finally
turned eight. That summer she
arrived happily at camp and spent
three weeks solving mysteries in
“CSI: Chabot,” making pizza and
other goodies, acting in a musical,
performing in a drum circle,
interviewing Chabot’s president for
the camp newspaper, and making
many friends during lunchtime
activities. And this year she’ll return
for more.
“Melissa had been looking
forward to camp for so long and
when she finally got there it met all
of her expectations–and mine, too”
says her mother, Catherine Powell,
who works in Chabot’s School of
the Arts. “Kids on Campus offers a
great service to the community by
providing a wonderful variety of enriching
activities for the kids. We are looking
forward to seeing what’s in store this
year.”
There’s a lot to look forward to, from
cooking and cartooning, to classes like
“crazy chemistry,” digital photography, the
history of horror movies, an ESPN sports
show, anime drawing, basketball and
badminton, and the camp version of “Who
Wants to be a Millionaire.”
The camp fills up fast! To get on the
Priority List and get the schedule a week
before it goes online (in late April), email
Kim at [email protected]
or call her at (510) 723-7531. For more
info, go to www.chabotcollege.edu/
kidsoncampus . A “Cool Careers Camp”
is offered for ages 12-15 the week of July
26-30.
CSSC Offers Services All Under One Brand-New Roof
By Susan May, Director of Community Education & Marketing
When Student Services Vice President Melinda Matsuda began going over plans with the
architects for the new Community & Student Services Center (CSSC), she was looking toward
a signature building that would give the overall college a strong identity, include most all of
student services in one location, and help community members feel welcome by establishing a
front gateway to the college. Having worked in Student Services at Chabot for more than 30
years, she wanted to see this longtime dream come true.
Though she retired shortly before the new building was completed, Matsuda has continued
in her position part-time and is proud to be here seeing that vision come to fruition.
“This is truly the gateway to the college,” she says. “The architects worked with us to
create a welcoming environment that would offer a one-stop location for students to more
easily navigate access to support services. The building also houses large event rooms where
community groups can host special events.”
One of two new buildings on campus that exist because of the voters’ approval of the
Measure B bond several years ago, the CSSC is considered the campus’s signature building.
Throughout the open, airy first floor are convenient places for students to register for classes,
apply for financial aid, get counseling, go through the orientation and assessment process, and
get information about transfer and careers, among other services.
To further add to the building’s community reach, the south wing houses the Community
Education Program, the Chabot College Foundation, Off-Campus Programs, and the Grant
Development Office, who share the wing with the event center.
“We are excited to see the completion of the CSSC,” says Phil Newsom, a principal of tBP
Architecture. “We feel that the building is meeting our shared goal of moving student services
to a new home right at the new entrance of campus.”
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The CSSC as it neared
completion.
Melinda Matsuda, recently retired VP of Student
Services, was involved in
leading the planning of the
CSSC.

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