SUMMER 2020 - Clovis Community College Clovis, New Mexico

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SUMMER 2020COURSE SCHEDULESREGISTRATION BEGINS APRIL 13CLASSES START JUNE 8

IMPORTANT DATESSummer Registration begins April 13, 2020Senior Citizen registration begins on April 14 and ends on the last dayof registration for the term listed below.Classes Begin/End.June 8 - July 31Last day to register, add, or drop a class. June 12or change from audit to creditLast day to change from credit to audit. July 6Last day to withdraw from a class. July 17(Workshops: before the first meeting)Holiday ClosuresMemorial Day . May 25Independence Day . July 3Graduation Application DeadlineSummer Diploma/Certificate . July 17CeremonyNurses’ Pinning . July 30Refund ScheduleFull refund of tuition and fees will be issued on canceled classes. Refunds areprocessed after registration closes and financial aid is complete and will be mailed tostudents approximately four weeks after registration closes. If you have any questions,contact the Business Affairs Office at 575.769.4132 or see www.clovis.edu/fees.Students who drop a workshop must notify the Business Affairs Office to begin therefund process.Regular 8-Week TermJune 8-12.100% refundJune 13 - July 31.0% refundWorkshopsBefore the first meeting.100% refundThis class schedule is subject to change after publication. Please check for changes with the AcademicAdvising Office or the CCC website for the most up-to-date course information. Consumer informationfor Clovis Community College, including our graduation rates, the median debt of students completingprograms, and other important information, can be found at: clovis.edu/consumerinfo.

AccountingCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20625 ACCT 2110 2N04TITLETIMEINSTRUCTORPrinciples of Accounting IDAYSONLINETurner, MonicaTITLEFEES 50AnthropologyTIMEINSTRUCTOR20626 ANTH 1140 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3Intro to Cultural AnthropologyDAYSONLINESchipani, AlexandraFEES 5020732 ANTH 1180 2N03The Dawn of HumanityONLINESchipani, Alexandra 50Art HistoryCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20627 ARTH 1110 2N03TITLETIMEINSTRUCTORArt AppreciationDAYSONLINEAnderson, MarshaTITLEFEES 50Art StudioTIMEINSTRUCTOR20631 ARTS 1320 201CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3Ceramics IDAYSTR6:00 pm-8:30 pmTBDFEES 2020629 ARTS 1340 2013Functional Ceramics IMW4:00 pm-6:30 pmTBD 2020628 ARTS 1410 2N03Introduction to PhotographyONLINEBerrett, Patrick 50ARTS 1410 classes require specific camera equipment. For more information, please call Carolyn Lindsey at 575.769.4957 or 575.769.4932.20630 ARTS 2340 2013Raku20632 ARTS 2891 2013Art for the Elementary Teacher MTWRFSTR6:00 pm-8:30 pmTBD9:00 am-5:00 pmPickett, Corey 20ARTS 2891 will only meet for one week – July 20-25, 2020.Automotive TechnologyThe Automotive Technology program runs Monday - Thursday from 7 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. To apply students should call575.769.4113 or stop by Room 151. Students must complete AT 100 with a C or better, complete an OT application, and meetthe Accuplacer score requirements prior to being accepted into the program. Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2020.BiologyTIMEINSTRUCTORFEES20633 BIOL 1110C 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS4TITLEGeneral Biology Lecture/LabDAYSONLINENewton, Joy 5020634 BIOL 1130C 2N04Intro Anat/Phys Lec/Lab NonMajONLINENewton, Joy 5020636 BIOL 2210C 2014Human Anat/Phys I Lec/LabMTWR9:00 am-11:30 amSloan, Nancy 2020635 BIOL 2210C 2024Human Anat/Phys I Lec/LabMTWR12:00 pm-2:30 pmRoberts, Cory 2020637 BIOL 2210C 2N04Human Anat/Phys I Lec/LabONLINERoberts, Cory 5020638 BIOL 2225C 2014Human Anat/Phys II Lec/Lab MTWR9:00 am-11:30 amNewton, Joy 2020639 BIOL 2225C 2N04Human Anat/Phys II Lec/LabONLINEKuykendall, Todd 5020640 BIOL 2310C 2014Microbiology Lecture/Lab3:00 pm-5:30 pmHughes, Michelle 2020641 BIOL 2310C 2N04Microbiology Lecture/LabONLINEHughes, Michelle 50TIMEINSTRUCTORONLINEReed, MelissaMTWRBusiness AdministrationCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20642 BUSA 1110 2N03TITLEDAYSIntroduction to BusinessFEES 50

Business Computer Information SystemsCRNSUBJ20648 BCISNUMSEC HRS1110 2N03TITLEDAYSFund of Info Literacy /SystemsTIMEINSTRUCTORONLINEWalker, RaymondFEES 50BCIS 1110 covers the Microsoft Office 2019/Office 365 Windows versions of Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.Business and Office TechnologySUBJNUMSEC HRSTITLETIMEINSTRUCTOR20325 BOFTCRN1012N01Personal KeyboardingDAYSONLINEEwers, DannetteFEES 5020326 BOFT1022N01Computerized 10-Key OperationsONLINEEwers, Dannette 50TITLEChemistryTIMEINSTRUCTORFEES20643 CHEM 1120C 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS4Intro to Chem Lec/Lab Non-MajDAYSONLINEJones, Krista 5020735 CHEM 1215C 2N04Gen Chem I Lec/Lab for STEMONLINERobinson, Lilly 50TITLEDAYSTIMEINSTRUCTORPublic SpeakingMW6:00 pm-8:30 pmChavez, SimonCommunicationCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20646 COMM 1130 201320647 COMM 1130 2N03Public SpeakingONLINEHardin, Stephen20644 COMM 2120 2013Interpersonal Communication6:00 pm-8:30 pmChavez, Simon20645 COMM 2120 2N03Interpersonal CommunicationONLINEChavez, SimonTRFEES 50 50Computer Information SystemsCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRSTITLETIMEINSTRUCTOR20035CIS1012N03Fund of Computer ConceptsDAYSONLINEDavis, PatrickFEES 5020570CIS2042N03Cisco CCNA SecurityONLINEDavis, Terry 50No textbook is required for CIS 204.CosmetologyThe Cosmetology program runs Monday - Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To apply students should call 575.769.4113 or stop byRoom 151. Students will need to fill out a Cosmetology application, submit high school transcripts to the Office of Admissions,and meet the Accuplacer score requirements prior to being accepted into the program. Applications are now being accepted forFall 2020.Criminal JusticeTIMEINSTRUCTORFEES20649 CJUS 1110 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3TITLEIntro to Criminal JusticeDAYSONLINERicheson, J 5020650 CJUS 2350 2N03Organized Crime/TerrorismONLINERicheson, J 50FEESEarly Childhood EducationTIMEINSTRUCTOR20651 ECED 1110 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3TITLEChild Growth, Dev & LearningDAYSONLINEImondi, Laura 5020652 ECED 1115 2N02Health, Safety, & NutritionONLINEImondi, Laura 50

Early Childhood Education (Continued)TIMEINSTRUCTOR20654 ECED 1120 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3TITLEGuiding Young ChildrenDAYSONLINENigreville, CarrieFEES 5020655 ECED 1125 2N03Assessment Child/Eval ProgramONLINEBoreing, Karen 5020653 ECED 1130 2N03Family & Comm CollaborationONLINEBoreing, Karen 50TITLEEconomicsTIMEINSTRUCTOR20656 ECON 2110 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3Macroeconomic PrinciplesDAYSONLINEKuykendall, RobinFEES 5020657 ECON 2120 2N03Microeconomic PrinciplesONLINEKuykendall, Robin 50Electrical MaintenanceThe Electrical Maintenance program is part of the Industrial Technology program and trains students in fundamentals ofelectricity, control systems, planning, design, and power generation and prepares students for jobs that rely on integratedsystems. This program is two semesters and runs Tuesdays & Thursdays from 5:30 to 9:15 p.m. To apply students should call575.769.4113 or stop by Room 151.Students will need to fill out an OT application and meet the Accuplacer score requirementsprior to being accepted into the program. Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2020.Emergency Medical ServicesCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRSTITLE20595 EMS1152N0NUMSEC HRS4DAYSTIMEINSTRUCTORFEESAnat/Phys for EMS ProfessionalONLINEBurns, Karen 50TITLEDAYSTIMEINSTRUCTORFEESComposition IMW3:00 pm-5:30 pmD’Amour, LindaEnglishCRNSUBJ20658 ENGL 1110 201320659 ENGL 1110 2N03Composition IONLINEJohnson, Janett20660 ENGL 1120 2013Composition II6:00 pm-8:30 pmBrown, ShaumaMW 5020661 ENGL 1120 2N03Composition IIONLINENagy, Paul 5020663 ENGL 1410 2N03Introduction to LiteratureONLINENagy, Paul 5020662 ENGL 2380 2N03Introduction to Short FictionONLINEJohnson, Janett 50Esthetics/Nail TechThe Esthetics/Nail Tech program is a combined program that runs Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To apply studentsshould call 575.769.4113 or stop by Room 151. Students will need to fill out a Cosmetology application, submit high schooltranscripts to the Office of Admissions, and meet the Accuplacer score requirements prior to being accepted into the program.Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2020.Health Care AssistantSUBJNUMSEC HRSTITLEDAYSTIMEINSTRUCTOR20076 HCACRN101201Health Care AssistantWR9:00 am-2:00 pmKauffman/West6FEES 40

Health Education (HPE Academic Courses)TIMEINSTRUCTOR20699 HLED 1130 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3TITLEConcepts of Health & WellnessDAYSONLINEHeath, BradleyFEES 5020698 HLED 1220 2N02Personal Health ManagementONLINEHeath, Bradley 50TITLETIMEINSTRUCTORHistoryCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRSDAYSFEES20664 HIST 1110 2N03United States History IONLINEBridinger De Leon, Vicki 5020665 HIST 1120 2N03United States History IIONLINEBridinger De Leon, Vicki 50 5020666 HIST 1140 2N03World History IIONLINEAnderson, Aaron20667 HIST 2110 2013Survey of New Mexico History MW9:00 am-11:30 amBridinger De Leon, Vicki20668 HIST 2110 2N03Survey of New Mexico HistoryONLINEAnderson, AaronTITLE 50HumanitiesTIMEINSTRUCTORFEES20669 HUMN 1110 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3Intro to World Humanities IDAYSONLINEHenry, Robin 5020670 HUMN 2110 2N03Intro to World Humanities IIONLINEHenry, Robin 50Industrial TechnologyThe Industrial Technology program offers concentrations in Plant Operations & Equipment and Wind Energy. The program runsMonday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. To apply students should call 575.769.4113 or stop by Room 151. Students will need tofill out an OT application and meet the Accuplacer score requirements prior to being accepted into the program. Applications arenow being accepted for Fall 2020.Legal Studies (Paralegal)SUBJNUMSEC HRSTITLETIMEINSTRUCTOR20671 LESTCRN2292N03Contract LawDAYSONLINETalbert, LauraFEES 5020672 LEST2812N03Real Estate LawONLINETalbert, Laura 50TITLETIMEINSTRUCTORPrinciples of ManagementONLINETurner, MonicaTITLETIMEINSTRUCTORONLINEReed, MelissaManagementCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20673 MGMT 2110 2N03DAYSFEES 50MarketingCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20674 MKTG 2110 2N03DAYSPrinciples of MarketingFEES 50

MathematicsCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20677 MATH 1130 2N03TITLEDAYSSurvey of MathematicsTIMEINSTRUCTORONLINESchwertner-Watson, Erin 50FEES20675 MATH 1215 2N04Intermediate AlgebraONLINEFinney, Brandon 5020676 MATH 1220 2N03College AlgebraONLINEFinney, Brandon 5020697 MATH 1350 2N04Introduction to StatisticsONLINETBD 50TITLETIMEINSTRUCTORNursingCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRSDAYSTFEES20678 NSG1052013Medical Terminology9:00 am-2:00 pmStephens, Andrea20419 NSG1052N03Medical TerminologyONLINEWest, Toni 5020497 NSG1282N04PathophysiologyONLINEJones, Robin 5020562 NSG1502N03Healthcare EthicsONLINEMcGill, Shawna 50The Nursing Program runs Monday-Thursday with exams usually given on Fridays. The application is available atwww.clovis.edu/nursing and should be submitted along with transcripts to the Office of Admissions. Deadlines to submitapplications are July 1 for Fall and October 1 for Spring.NutritionCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20679 NUTR 2110 2N03TITLEDAYSHuman NutritionTIMEINSTRUCTORONLINEWhittington, CallieFEES 50Occupational TechnologyCRN20140SUBJNUMSEC HRSTITLEDAYSTIMEINSTRUCTOROT122201Woodworking IMW6:45 pm-9:15 pmOborny, Francis220141OT1222022Woodworking ITR6:45 pm-9:15 pmOborny, Robert20142OT1232012Woodworking IIMW6:45 pm-9:15 pmOborny, Francis20143OT1232022Woodworking IITR6:45 pm-9:15 pmOborny, RobertFEESPhilosophyTIMEINSTRUCTORFEES20683 PHIL 2110 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3TITLEIntroduction to EthicsDAYSONLINERush, Rajka 5020733 PHIL 2230 2N03Philosophical ThoughtONLINERush, Rajka 50FEESPhysical Education (HPE Activity Courses)TITLEDAYSTIMEINSTRUCTOR20716 PHED 1140 201CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS1ZumbaMW5:00 pm-6:40 pmWilliamson, Christine20727 PHED 1230 2011Individual Sport: GolfMW7:30 am-9:10 amHeath, BradleyStudents must provide their own golf clubs.20728 PHED 1230 2021Individual Sport: TennisMW7:00 pm-8:40 pmTBD20703 PHED 1320 2011Aqua Fit: Senior AquaticsMTWR3:00 pm-3:50 pmWilliamson, Christine 2020704 PHED 1320 2021Aqua Fit: Water AerobicsMTWR8:00 am-8:50 amArnett, Emily 20 2020706 PHED 1320 2031Aqua Fit: Water AerobicsMTWR5:00 pm-5:50 pmTBD20708 PHED 1410 2011Yoga: Beginning YogaMW5:00 pm-6:40 pmChavez, Yolanda20709 PHED 1410 2021Yoga: Beginning YogaTR9:30 am-11:10 amBorden, Heidi

Physical Education (HPE Activity Courses) ContinuedCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20710 PHED 1410 2031TITLEYoga: Beginning YogaDAYSTRTIMEINSTRUCTOR5:00 pm-6:40 pmChavez, Yolanda20711 PHED 1430 2011PilatesMTWR9:00 am-9:50 amWilliamson, Christine20712 PHED 1510 2011Training: Body SculptingMTWR8:00 am-8:50 amWilliamson, Christine20715 PHED 1510 2021Training: Body SculptingMTWR1:00 pm-1:50 pmWilliamson, ChristineFEESThis class is recommended for senior citizens.20713 PHED 1510 2031Training: Beg. Weight Training MTWR12:00 pm-12:50 pm Heath, Bradley20714 PHED 1510 2041Training: Circuit TrainingTR5:00 pm-6:40 pmWilliamson, Christine20700 PHED 1610 2011Fitness for LifeTBDTBDHeath, Bradley20721 PHED 1620 2011Fitness: Indoor CyclingMTWR6:10 am-7:00 amO’Rear, Tammi20722 PHED 1620 2021Fitness: Indoor CyclingMW9:00 am-10:40 amRoberts, Valerie20723 PHED 1620 2031Fitness: Indoor CyclingMW4:00 pm-5:40 pmRoberts, Valerie20724 PHED 1620 2041Fitness: Indoor CyclingTR9:00 am-10:40 amHeath, BradleyRoberts, Valerie20725 PHED 1620 2051Fitness: Walking for FitnessMTWR7:30 am-8:20 am20726 PHED 1620 2061Fitness: Core Fitness IMTWR12:00 pm-12:50 pm Williamson, Christine20717 PHED 1710 2011Martial Arts: Self-DefenseMT6:30 pm-8:10 pmWatson, Michael20729 PHED 2230 2011Ind Sport II: Int. RacquetballMW6:00 pm-7:40 pmTBDHeath, Bradley20730 PHED 2230 2021Individ. Sport II: Int. TennisTR7:00 pm-8:40 pm20718 PHED 2280 2011Volleyball IITR6:30 pm-8:10 pmTBD20719 PHED 2996 2011Topics in PE: Boot CampMTWR9:00 am-9:50 amArnett, Emily20720 PHED 2996 2021Topics in PE: Mindful/Meditatn MW3:00 pm-4:40 pmChavez, Yolanda20734 PHED 2996 2031Topics in PE: Tai Chi1:00 pm-2:40 pmMcConnell, HeatherFPhysical Therapist AssistantThe Physical Therapist Assistant Program runs Tuesday-Friday. The application is available at www.clovis.edu/pta and should besubmitted along with transcripts and observation hours log to the Office of Admissions. The deadline to submit applications is July 1.Political ScienceCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20684 POLS 1120 2N03TITLETIMEINSTRUCTORAmerican National GovernmentDAYSONLINERapp, GregoryTITLETIMEINSTRUCTORFEES 50PsychologyCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20685 PSYC 1110 2013DAYSIntroduction to PsychologyMTWRMTWRFEES10:30 am-11:45 am Grussendorf, Erika20686 PSYC 1110 2023Introduction to Psychology4:00 pm-5:15 pmSmith, Marcus20687 PSYC 1110 2N03Introduction to PsychologyONLINEGrussendorf, Erika20688 PSYC 2120 2N03Developmental PsychologyONLINESena, Mindy 5020689 PSYC 2140 2N03Child PsychologyONLINEPiepkorn, Jennie 5020731 PSYC 2445 2N03Parenting SkillsONLINESmith, Marcus 50 50Radiologic TechnologyThe Radiology Program runs Monday-Thursday. The application is available at www.clovis.edu/radt and should be submittedalong with transcripts to the Office of Admissions. The deadline to submit applications is July 1.

ReligionTIMEINSTRUCTOR20693 RELG 1110 2N0CRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS3TITLEIntro to World ReligionsDAYSONLINEBush, DavidFEES 5020690 RELG 1510 2N03Life of ChristONLINEKirby, Richard 5020691 RELG 2220 2N03Women of the BibleONLINEKirby, Richard 5020692 RELG 2230 2N03Men of the BibleONLINEKirby, Richard 50TITLESociologyCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRS20694 SOCI 1110 2N03TIMEINSTRUCTORFEESIntroduction to SociologyDAYSONLINERicheson, J 50TITLETIMEINSTRUCTORFEESSpanishCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRSDAYS20695 SPAN 1110 2N04Spanish IONLINEGuillen, Teresa 5020696 SPAN 1120 2N04Spanish IIONLINEGuillen, Teresa 50TIMEINSTRUCTORTransitional StudiesCRNSUBJNUMSEC HRSTITLEDAYS20556 TRST 0910 2013Basic Writing Skills IMW12:00 pm-2:30 pmTBD20557 TRST 0911 2013Basic Writing Skills IIMW6:00 pm-8:30 pmMarshall, Amy20563 TRST 0920 2013Basic Reading Skills ITR9:00 am-11:30 amThomas, Erin20564 TRST 0921 2013Basic Reading Skills IIMW9:00 am-11:30 amTBDThomas, Erin20598 TRST 0921 2N03Basic Reading Skills IIONLINE20565 TRST 0930 2014Basic Algebra I10:30 am-12:10 pm TBDMTWR20566 TRST 0930 2N04Basic Algebra IONLINETBD20567 TRST 0931 2014Basic Algebra II12:30 pm-2:10 pmTBD20568 TRST 0931 2N04Basic Algebra IIONLINEFinney, BrandonMTWRFEES 50 50 50WeldingThe full-time Welding program runs Monday - Thursday from 7 a.m. to 12 p.m. To apply students should call 575.769.4113 orstop by Room 151. Students will need to complete an OT application, and meet the Accuplacer score requirements prior to beingaccepted into the program. Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2020.PATHWAY ONLINE SERVICES PORTALPathway is CCC’s online services portal for students to access information and services.When you are admitted to CCC, you will be issued a C-Number for accessing your Pathwayaccount. For help with Pathway, please call the CCC Help Desk at 575.769.4969.pathway.clovis.edu Register, add, or drop classes Access Student Email View Transcripts Access Library Resources.and more!

REGISTRATION & NEW STUDENT INFOACCUPLACER ASSESSMENTAll students enrolling for the first time in courses with a math component, a writingcomponent, or courses that require extensive reading are required to take the Accuplacerassessment before registering. The Accuplacer assessment is given in the Testing Center.Students are required to register for the appropriate level of classes indicated by the resultsof the assessment.The computerized assessment is free and covers mathematics, writing, and reading. Lowscores will not keep students from enrolling in college, but some courses and programshave minimum score requirements.Students may be exempt from taking the Accuplacer assessment if they have other testscores (e.g., ACT/SAT) that demonstrate college level skills. A valid picture identification isrequired when testing. After completing the assessment, take a copy of your AccuplacerStudent Score Report to your Academic Advisor.For more information on the Accuplacer assessment, including Testing Center hours ofoperation, call the Testing Center at 575.769.4088.ADVISINGAll students are encouraged to contact an Advisor prior to registering for assistance withcourse selection. The following students are required to meet with an Academic Advisor: First-time, degree-seeking students All Financial Aid students Students applying for Veteran’s Assistance Students returning from academic probation or suspension statusAdvisors are available on a walk-in basis. Each Advisor specializes in different major fieldsand student needs. Please contact the Academic Advising Office at 575.769.4020 or emailacademic.advising@clovis.edu for hours of operation or more information.BOOKS AND SUPPLIESBooks and supplies are available at CCC’s Bookstore. Please purchase your books prior toyour first class meeting. More information regarding book orders and rentals can be foundat www.clovis.edu/bookstore.CLASS CANCELLATIONSClasses may be canceled for lack of enrollment or if an instructor is unavailable. Pleaselogin to your CCC student email via Pathway at pathway.clovis.edu to see if any of yourclasses have been canceled. If so, please check the online schedule or see an Advisor toselect an alternate class.

CLASSROOM LOCATIONTo view your classroom location online, login to Pathway at pathway.clovis.edu, click onthe Student Tab, click on the Student Detail Schedule in the Student Quick Links box in themiddle column, select your term, and then click submit.Complete classroom locations and instructor listings will be posted at the main entrancesof the campus during the first week of classes.NOTICE OF NON-DISCRIMINATIONClovis Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationalorigin, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, spousal affiliation, gender identity, veteranstatus, physical or mental disability, serious medical condition, or age in its programs andactivities. The following personnel have been designated to handle inquiries regarding thenon-discrimination policies:Mr. Freddie Salazar, Director of Security417 Schepps Blvd. Clovis, NM 88101, Room 134575.769.4144Ms. Regina Dart, Director of Human Resource Services417 Schepps Blvd. Clovis, NM 88101, Room 112575.769.4189For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area,or call 1.800.421.3481.PARKING REGISTRATIONClovis Community College encourages all students to register their vehicles with theSecurity Office in the Dr. H. A. Miller Student Services Center. You will need your licenseplate number along with the state of registration and make, model, year, and color of yourvehicle to receive your free CCC decal.SPECIAL SERVICES & ACADEMIC CASE MANAGEMENTStudents who need assistance for a disability or disabling condition or who need helpdealing with personal or educational issues can contact the Special Services and AcademicCase Management Coordinator at 575.769.4099.STUDENT EMAILAll CCC students will be issued an email address. After you are accepted for admission,you will receive a letter detailing login instructions. Student email is CCC’s primary methodof communication with students. Announcements sent to your email account will containimportant information including important deadlines and academic progress; therefore, youshould check your CCC email account frequently. Your instructors will also use this emailaddress to contact you. For assistance logging in, call 575.769.4969.

STUDENT ID CARDYou will need your student ID card to use resources in the Center for Student Success,Health and Fitness Center (gym), and the Library or to charge your books to your financialaid account in the Bookstore and to pick up financial aid and/or payroll checks. Your studentID card may also be required for identification upon request from Security staff. Your firststudent ID card is free. A 10 replacement fee is required for lost cards and should be paidat the Business Office cashier’s window.Please bring your class schedule and a picture ID to the Security Office in the Dr. H. A. MillerStudent Services Center to receive your student ID card.WITHDRAWING FROM CLASSESIf you withdraw from a class after the last day of late registration, the withdrawalwill be recorded as “W” on your transcript. If you feel you will be unable to completea course successfully, you must withdraw in order to avoid a failing grade for thecourse. You can withdraw online at pathway.clovis.edu or complete a form in theAdmissions and Records Office or in the CAFB Educational Services Office prior tothe deadline. For more information, please contact the Admissions and Recordsoffice at 575.769.4025.Please see the Academic Calendar at clovis.edu/academiccalendar for finalwithdrawal dates. Financial aid students should contact the Financial Aid office forinformation on how withdrawals may affect future financial aid. Withdrawing from aclass is final and you cannot be reinstated.TUITION, FEES, & PAYMENTDeadline to pay for Summer 2020 Semester is midnight on May 22, 2020. After that date,payment must be made the day of registration.If payment or other financial arrangement is not made by the payment deadline, classregistrations may be voided. It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes through theAdmissions Office if he or she does not plan to attend. Do not assume registration willautomatically be voided for nonpayment. Students who are dropped for nonpayment are encouraged to re-register and make payment arrangements to secure their classes; however,your original class(es) may be closed, and you may have to choose alternate classes.TUITION AND FEESTuition charges are determined by residency status, the number of credit hours taken, andfees applicable to each course. See the following chart to calculate your tuition charges.Tuition and fees are subject to change due to legislative or Board of Trustee action.

Miscellaneous FeesStudent Fee*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Dishonored Check* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25GraduationCertificate/Participating*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Diploma/Participating* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40Replacement diploma/certificate* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25Health and Fitness CenterSwimming Pool Usage*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201-Day Pass* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55-Day Pass* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20Hybrid Course Fee* (per course). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25ID Card Replacement Fee*. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10ITV Long Distance Learning* (per credit hour). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Official Transcript Fee* (plus applicable shipping fees). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Online Course Fee* (per course). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50Technology and Facilities Fee* (per credit hour). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10*Fees are non-refundableCreditHourNM ResidentIn-DistrictNM ResidentOut-of-DistrictNon-ResidentSeniorCitizen Technology &Facility 122111012528648133212013-18 5286481332120195727021443130445411110Each AdditionalHour‡You can enroll in 13-18 credits for the same cost as 12 credit hours. Senior Citizens mustregister on or after April 14 to be eligible for the reduced rate.

RESIDENCY STATUS FOR TUITION PURPOSESTuition charges are determined by your residency status. The Admissions and RecordsOffice classifies residency status for you when your completed application is received andprocessed. Residency is based on the following definitions:Resident In-District: Students whose legal state of residency is New Mexico, who live withinthe boundaries of the Clovis Community College tax district, and who have lived in NewMexico for the past 12 consecutive months.Resident Out-of-District: Students whose legal state of residency is New Mexico, and whohave lived in New Mexico for the past 12 consecutive months, but who live outside of theClovis Community College tax district.Any Texas residents who reside within a 135-mile radius of CCC will be assessed in-state,out-of-district tuition.Non-Resident: Students whose legal state of residency is not New Mexico or who have notlived in New Mexico for the past 12 consecutive months.Petitions for In-State Tuition Classification: You must petition for changes to your residency status by completing a Petition for Resident Tuition Classification. This form is availablein the Admissions and Records Office. All requirements must be met by June 8, 2020 anddocumentation submitted to the Admissions and Records Office by June 26, 2020.Military Exemption: Military personnel and their dependents qualify for in-statetuition rates. Contact the Admissions and Records Office at 575.769.4025 or theCAFB Educational Services Office at 575.784.6295 for assistance.FINANCIAL AIDStudents eligible for financial aid who would like to charge their tuition and fees must set upa Pending Financial Aid Payment Plan (PFAPP), even if their file is complete. Students whowithdraw before their financial aid checks are disbursed may lose their eligibility and maybe responsible for payment of tuition, fees, books, and miscellaneous charges.Financial aid students who stop attending, withdraw, or are administratively withdrawn fromclasses before July 10, 2020 may be subject to a Federal Refund Calculation.If you are using Financial Aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office prior to withdrawing.Withdrawing from a class is final and you cannot be reinstated. Contact the Admissions andRecords Office at 575.769.4025 or email admissions@clovis.edu if you need assistance.Students with a PFAPP may charge books and supplies June 1 – 12, 2020(based on remaining eligibility).Visit the Financial Aid Office or call 575.769.4060 or email finaid@clovis.edu for moredetailed information.

SCHOLARSHIPSCCC has many scholarships available, ranging from 100 to 1,000 per year. Students areencouraged to apply for scholarships to lessen the need for loans or part-time work to attendschool. These scholarships are made possible by generous contributions to the College andCCC Foundation.Apply online for dozens of CCC scholarships at clovis.academicworks.com.SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTSenior citizens may register beginning April 14, 2020 and pay the reduced rate of 5 per credi

Refunds are processed after registration closes and financial aid is complete and will be mailed to students approximately four weeks after registration closes. If you have any questions, contact the Business Affairs Office at 575.769.4132 or see www.clovis.edu/fees.