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SPRING 2019 ACADEMIC/ADMINISTRATIVE CALENDAR
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New Student Orientation/Registration
Wednesday, January 2
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Registration/Purge after 5 pm
Friday, January 4, 2019
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Classes begin (16 week and first 8 week)
Monday, January 7, 2019
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Last day to register/make schedule changes for an 8 week class
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
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Last day to register/make schedule changes for a 16 week class
Thursday, January 10, 2019
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College Closed/MLK Holiday
Monday, January 21, 2019
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End of first 4 week DMAs
Friday, February 1, 2019
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Mid term for 8 week classes
Monday, February 4, 2019
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Second 4 week DMAs begin
Tuesday, February 5, 2019
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Last day to drop an 8 week class without academic penalty
Monday, February 11, 2019
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End of first 8 weeks
Monday, March 4, 2019
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Mini Semester and 3rd 4-week DMAs begin
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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Mid term for 16 week classes
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
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Mid term grades due in WebAdvisor for 16 week classes
Thursday, March 7, 2019
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Last day to add a mini semester class
Thursday, March 7, 2019
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Last day to drop a 16 week class without academic penalty
Thursday, March 14, 2019
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Flip Day/Friday Classes meet
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
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No Classes/Spring Break/Inclement weather makeup
Wednesday, March 20 through Friday, March 22, 2019
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Early Registration for Summer and Fall (classes meet)
Monday, April 8, 2019
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Mid term for Mini semester
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
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Mid term grades due in WebAdvisor for mini-semester classes
Thursday, April 4, 2019
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Fourth 4 week DMAs begin
Friday, April 5, 2019
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Last day to drop a mini semester class without academic penalty
Tuesday, April 9, 2019
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Easter Holiday/College Closed
Friday, April 19, 2019
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Easter Holiday/College Closed
Monday, April 22, 2019
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Last day to submit a drop form for any reason
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
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Semester Ends
Monday, May 6, 2019
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Grades due in WebAdvisor by Noon
Tuesday, May 7, 2019
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Graduation Rehearsal @ 1:30 pm
Friday, May 10, 2019
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Graduation Ceremony @ 10 am
Saturday, May 11, 2019
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IMPORTANT
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FIRST 8 WEEK COURSES ARE LISTED IN THE FIRST SECTION; REGULAR 16 WEEK COURSES ARE LISTED NEXT AND THE MINI SEMESTER COURSES BEGINNING 3/5/2019
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CREATED 10/15/2018 2:37 pm
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REVISED 11/15/2018 12:26 PM
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ADDITIONAL INCLEMENT WEATHER MAKEUP DAYS WILL BE HELD AT THE END OF THE SEMESTER
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ATTENTION STUDENTS: IF YOU PLAN TO DROP A CLASS…
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If you do not drop your class PRIOR to January 7, 2019 you will owe 25% of the tuition
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You will owe this amount EVEN IF YOU NEVER ATTEND CLASS!!!
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If you do not withdraw yourself from the class PRIOR to the census date for that class YOU WILL OWE THE ENTIRE AMOUNT OF TUITION--EVEN IF YOU NEVER ATTEND!!!
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BLACKBOARD & E-MAIL AT HCC
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All HCC distance learning courses have an online orientation, which is mandatory for first-time Blackboard users ONLY. The online orientation is available from the first day of early registration until the 10th day of the semester. Go to this URL to begin the online orientation: www.halifaxcc.edu and click the link to Distance Learning. Read the "welcome." Then, click the link "Online Orientation."
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Students are required to use their HCC Gmail account for all communications. For details regarding how to access your HCC Gmail account, please refer to this web page: www.halifaxcc.edu/email
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Distance learning courses will be available the first day of each semester. All Courses Use Blackboard Resources:
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~Online course: An online course does not meet on campus. All course work is delivered electronically (via the Internet).
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~Hybrid course: A hybrid course has an online component and a scheduled, mandatory class that meets at specific times. Refer to the schedule for details (day/date/time/location).
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~Web-Assisted: A Web-assisted course is a seated course that meets at specific times and specific days on campus. However, students are required to have internet access as a supplemental part of the course.
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Blackboard and distance learning orientations are delivered ONLINE. There is not an on-campus orientation.
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For help or additional information, please contact Ellen Grant: jgrant941@halifaxcc.edu
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Class Section Legend
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HCC uses a 3-digit class section identifier system.
Abbreviations:
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First digit denotes the semester. Example: 3 0 1
HY-HYBRID
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1-Spring
OL-ONLINE
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2-Summer
TBA-TO BE ANNOUNCED
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3-Fall
WB-WEB-ASSISTED
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Middle digit denotes the semester. Example: 3 0 1
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0-Seated Class (the number zero)
Building Codes/Locations
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D-Distance Learning Class
17 = Cosmetology Department/classrooms
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F-Friday Night Class
20 = 100 building (Main building- 1st floor Administration/Classrooms;
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S-Saturday Class
2nd floor Business & Commercial Technologies Departments/classrooms)
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H-Huskins Class
22 = 400 building (BLET, Industrial Maintenance Technology Departments/classrooms)
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DX-Distance Learning Self-Supporting Class
24 = 500 building (Developmental Education, Science Department, Early Childhood
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Last digit denotes the semester. Example: 3 0 1
Education, & Human Services Departments/classrooms)
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(1, 2, 3 …) Digits are used for daytime class sections
31 = Building 200 (Allied Health Building = 1st floor Dental Hygiene Department/classrooms;
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(A, B, C …) Letters are used for evening class sections
2nd floor Nursing Education Departments/classrooms)
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(X) Letter used for Self-Supporting Class
32 = Wellness Center (classroom-G119) (PED & HEA classes)
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Examples:
HY/HY1 = Building code used for hybrid classes
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301 = Fall semester, Seated, First Section
HOSP/HOSP1 = Halifax Regional Medical Center
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2D1 = Summer Semester, Distance Learning, First Section
IN/IN1 Building code/room used for online classes
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1S2 = Spring Semester, Saturday, Second Section
TBA = To Be Announced
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Occasionally, it is necessary to cancel a scheduled course because of low enrollment. Every effort is made to announce the cancellation before the first class meeting; however, this is not always possible. If a course is cancelled, a student who does not choose to transfer to another course may receive a full refund of the tuition and fees paid for the cancelled course.
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NOTICE: ALL DMA STUDENTS MUST ATTEND THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS OR WILL BE DROPPED
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FIRST 8 WEEK CLASSES RUNNING FROM JANUARY 7 THROUGH MARCH 4, 2019
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SubjectCourseSectionCourse TitleTypeCredit
Contact
CapFACULTYStart EndBldgROOM # ActivityDay(s)
Start time
End Time
Census Date
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ACADEMICS
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ACA12211D1College Transfer SuccessHY1218Redding1/7/20193/4/201920212LABTTH
02:00PM
02:50PM
1/10/2019
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1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
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ACA12211D2College Transfer SuccessIN1225Stephens1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA1/10/2019
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ACA12211D3College Transfer SuccessHY1223TBA1/7/20193/4/201920126LABTTH
08:30AM
09:20AM
1/10/2019
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COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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CIS11511D1Intro to Prog & LogicIN3523Dickens1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA1/10/2019
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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CJC11311D1Juvenile JusticeHY3325Redding1/7/20193/4/201922425CLASMW
01:30PM
02:50PM
1/10/2019
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1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA
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CJC12011D1Interviews/InterrogationsIN2325Avens1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA1/10/2019
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1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1LABMTWTHFSTBA
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CJC13111D1Criminal LawIN3325Schoolcraft1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA1/10/2019
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CJC14111D1CorrectionsIN3325Avens1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA1/10/2019
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DEVELOPMENTAL READING
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DRE9611D1Integrated Reading and WritingHY33.517Tinklepaugh1/7/20193/4/201920207CLASMWF
01:00PM
01:50PM
1/10/2019
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1/7/20193/4/201920212LABTTH
01:00PM
01:50PM
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1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA
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DRE9711D1Integrated Reading Writing IIHY33.517McCachren1/7/20193/4/201920207CLASMWF
11:00AM
11:50AM
1/10/2019
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1/7/20193/4/201920212LABTTH
11:00AM
11:50AM
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1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA
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DRE9811D1Integrated Reading Writing IIIHY33.517Redding1/7/20193/4/201920102CLASMWF
03:00PM
03:50PM
1/10/2019
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1/7/20193/4/201920212LABTTH
03:00PM
03:50PM
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1/7/20193/4/2019ININ1CLASMTWTHFSTBA
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DRE9811D2Integrated Reading Writing IIIHY33.517Wilkinson1/7/20193/4/201920102CLASMWF
09:00AM
09:50AM
1/10/2019
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