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FALL 2018 ACADEMIC/ADMINISTRATIVE CALENDAR
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New Student Orientation
Thursday, August 9, 2018
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Late Registration for Fall Semester 8-7 pm
Monday, August 13, 2018
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Classes Begin
Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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Last day to register/make schedule changes for 8 week classes
Friday, August 18, 2018
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Last day to register/make schedule changes for 16 week classes
Tuesday, August 21
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Labor Day Holiday - College Closed - No classes
Monday, September 3, 2018
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Mid term for 8 week classes
Wednesday, September 12
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End of first 4 week DMAs
Tuesday, September 11
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Second four week DMAs begin
Thursday, September 13
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Mid term grades due in WebAdvisor for 1st 8 week classes
Friday, September 14 before noon
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Flip Day/Monday Classes will meet
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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End of first 8 weeks
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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Mid-term for 16 week classes
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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Fall Break/No Classes
Thursday, October 11 and Friday, October 12
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Mini Semester and 3rd 4-week DMAs begin
Monday, October 15
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Last day to drop 16 week class without academic penalty
Monday, October 22
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Veteran's Day Holiday - School Closed
Monday, November 12
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Mid-term for Mini Semester
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
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4th 4-Week DMAs begin
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
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Registration for Spring 2019 begins/Classes meet
Wednesday, November 14
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Last day to drop mini semester class without academic penalty
Monday, November 19, 2018
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Thanksgiving Break/No Classes
Wednesday, November 21
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Thanksgiving Holiday/School Closed
Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23
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Flip Day/Friday classes meet
Tuesday, December 11
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Semester Ends
Thursday, December 13
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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 10/15/2018
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CREATED 4/9/2018 2:28
UPDATED 9/10/2018
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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 August 15, 2018 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.
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Go to this URL to begin the online orientation: www.halifaxcc.edu and click the link to Distance Learning.
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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
NCIH-NORTH CAROLINA INFORMATION HIGHWAY
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2-Summer
OL-ONLINE
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3-Fall
TBA-TO BE ANNOUNCED
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Middle digit denotes the semester. Example: 3 0 1
WB-WEB-ASSISTED
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0-Seated Class (the number zero)
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D-Distance Learning Class
Building Codes/Locations
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F-Friday Night Class
17 = Cosmetology Department/classrooms
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S-Saturday Class
20 = 100 building (Main building- 1st floor Administration/Classrooms;
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H-Huskins Class
2nd floor Business & Commercial Technologies Departments/classrooms)
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DX-Distance Learning Self-Supporting Class
22 = 400 building (BLET, Industrial Maintenance Technology Departments/classrooms)
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Last digit denotes the semester. Example: 3 0 1
24 = 500 building (Developmental Education, Science Department, Early Childhood
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(1, 2, 3 …) Digits are used for daytime class sections
Education, & Human Services Departments/classrooms)
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(A, B, C …) Letters are used for evening class sections
31 = Building 200 (Allied Health Building = 1st floor Dental Hygiene Department/classrooms;
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(X) Letter used for Self-Supporting Class
2nd floor Nursing Education Departments/classrooms)
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Examples:
32 = Wellness Center (classroom-G119) (PED & HEA classes)
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301 = Fall semester, Seated, First Section
HY/HY1 = Building code used for hybrid classes
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2D1 = Summer Semester, Distance Learning, First Section
HOSP/HOSP1 = Halifax Regional Medical Center
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1S2 = Spring Semester, Saturday, Second Section
IN/IN1 Building code/room used for online classes
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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 AUGUST 15 THROUGH OCTOBER 10, 2018
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Subject
Course
Section
Course TitleTypeCredit
Contact
CapFACULTYStart EndBldg
ROOM #
ActivityDay(s)
Start time
End Time
Census Date
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ACADEMICS
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ACA12231D1College Transfer SuccessHY1223Redding8/15/1810/10/1820126LABMW
01:00PM
01:50PM
8/20/18
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1LAB
MTWTHFS
TBA
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ACA12231D2College Transfer SuccessHY1223
Stephens
8/15/1810/10/1820126LABTTH
12:00PM
12:50PM
8/20/18
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1LAB
MTWTHFS
TBA
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ACA12231D3College Transfer SuccessHY1218
Stephens
8/15/1810/10/1820126LABTTH
10:00AM
10:50AM
8/20/18
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1LAB
MTWTHFS
TBA
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ACA12231D4College Transfer SuccessIN1230
McCachren
8/15/1810/10/18ININ1LAB
MTWTHFS
TBA8/24/18
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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CJC11131D1Intro to Criminal JusticeHY3325Redding8/15/1810/10/1820112CLASMW
02:00PM
03:20PM
8/20/18
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1CLAS
MTWTHFS
TBA
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CJC11231DACriminologyHY3325Avens8/15/1810/10/1822425CLASTH
06:00PM
08:50PM
8/23/18
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1CLAS
MTWTHFS
TBA
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CJC13231D1Court Procedure & EvidenceIN3325
Schoolcraft
8/15/1810/10/18ININ1CLAS
MTWTHFS
TBA8/20/18
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COMPUTER TECH INTEGRATION
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CTI12031D1Network & Sec FoundationHY3420Obi8/15/1810/10/1820128CLASTH2:00 PM3:50 PM8/30/18
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1LAB
MTWTHFS
TBA
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DEVELOPMENTAL READING/WRITING
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DRE9631D1Integrated Reading and WritingHY33.518
Tinklepaugh
8/15/1810/10/1820106CLASMWF
03:00PM
03:50PM
8/20/18
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8/15/1810/10/1820111LABTTH
03:00PM
03:50PM
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1CLAS
MTWTHFS
TBA
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DRE9731D1Integrated Reading Writing IIHY33.518
McCachren
8/15/1810/10/1820106CLASMWF
01:00PM
01:50PM
8/20/18
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8/15/1810/10/1820111LABTTH
01:00PM
01:50PM
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8/15/1810/10/18ININ1CLAS
MTWTHFS
TBA
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DRE9831D1Integrated Reading Writing IIIHY33.518
Tinklepaugh
8/15/1810/10/1820106CLASMWF
11:00AM
11:50AM
8/20/18
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8/15/1810/10/1820111LABTTH
11:00AM
11:50AM
100
8/15/1810/10/18ININ1CLAS
MTWTHFS
TBA
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