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    Walters State Community College
   
 
  Dec 11, 2017
 
 
    
2010-2011 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

College Calendar 2010 - 2011


 
   

Fall Semester 2010

 
   
April 5 - September 3 STAR_NET System available for registration
August 26 Readmissions Committee meets 9 a.m.
August 28 Classes Begin
September 3 Late registration/adding of additional courses ends
September 6 Labor Day Holiday (college closed)
† October 1 Last day to file an application for a December degree
October 18 - 19 Fall Break - No Classes (college open)
November 5  Last day to drop a course or withdraw from college Last day for students to make up incomplete(s) grades from Spring or Summer Semester, 2010
November 12 Last day for instructors to turn in grade change form to their division dean for incomplete grades given Spring or Summer Semester, 2010
November 25 - 28 Thanksgiving Holidays (college closed - November 25 - 26)
December 10 Fall Classes end
December 13 - 17 Final examinations for Fall Classes
December 20 All grades loaded in BANNER, 9 a.m. Faculty grade verification sign sheets due in the Student Records office
December 24, 2010 - January 2, 2011 Christmas Holidays (college closed)
†NOTE: For graduation information, see Academic Information .
   

Spring Semester 2011

   
November 8 - January 20 STAR_NET System available for registration
January 6 Readmissions Committee meets 9 a.m.
January 13 Classes Begin
January 17 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (college closed)
January 20  Late registration/adding of additional courses ends
January 28 Last day to file an application for a May or August degree
March 7 - 11 Spring Break - No Classes (college open)
March 25
 Last day to drop a course or withdraw from college Last day for students to make up incomplete(s) grades from Fall Semester, 2010.
April 1  Last day for instructors to turn in grade change form to their division dean for incomplete(s) grades given Fall Semester, 2010.
April 22 No classes (college open)
April 27  Honors Day
April 29 Spring Classes End
May 2 - 6 Final examinations for Spring Classes
May 4 Graduate grades must be loaded
May 6 Nursing Pinning Ceremony, 7 p.m.
May 7 Commencement, 10 a.m.
May 9 All grades loaded in BANNER 10 a.m. Faculty grade verification sign sheets due in the Student Records office
†NOTE: For graduation information, see Academic Information .
   

Summer Semester 2011

   
April 4 - July 7 STAR_NET System available for registration
May 9 Early, Extended Early, and Full Term Session classes begin
May 10 Late registration/adding for these sessions ends
May 20 Last day to drop Early Session classes
May 30 Memorial Day Holiday (college closed)
May 31 Readmissions Committee meets 9 a.m.
June 1 Early Session classes end
June 2  Ten-Week, 1st Five-Week Session classes begin
† June 3 Late registration/adding for these sessions ends. Last day to file an application for an August degree
June 6 RODP courses begin
June 10 Last day to drop Extended Early Session classes
June 17 Last day to drop 1st Five-Week Session classes
July 4 Independence Day Holiday (college closed)
July 5 Extended Early and 1st Five-Week Session classes end
July 6 2nd Five-Week Session classes begin
July 7 Late registration/adding for this session ends
July 8 Last day to drop Full Term classes
July 15 Last day to drop Ten-Week Session classes
July 20 Last day to drop RODP
July 22 Last day to drop 2nd Five-Week Session classes
August 5 Ten-Week, 2nd Five-Week, Full Term Session classes end
August 8 All grades loaded in BANNER, 9 a.m.
Faculty grade verification sign sheets due in Student Records Office
August 12 RODP courses end
August 14 RODP grades due
†NOTE: For graduation information, see Academic Information .

NOTE: This calendar is subject to change at any time prior to or during an academic term due to emergencies or causes beyond the reasonable control of the institution, including severe weather loss of utility services or orders by federal or state agencies.

Notice to Students

Catalog Provisions

Walters State Community College offers the opportunity for students to increase their know-ledge by providing programs of instruction in the various disciplines and programs through qualified professional faculty. The acquisition and retention of knowledge by any student is, however, contingent upon the student’s desire and ability to learn and application of appropriate study techniques to any course or program. Therefore, Walters State limits representation of student preparedness in any field of study to that competency demonstrated at that specific point in time at which appropriate academic measurements were taken to certify course or program completion.

CALENDAR NOTE: The calendar is subject to change at any time prior to or during an academic term due to emergencies or causes beyond the reasonable control of the institution, including severe weather, loss of utility services, or orders by federal or state agencies.

FEE NOTE: Certain fees and other charges as well as the refund policy could have changed since the printing of this catalog. Current fee assessments and the refund policy are printed in the current Timetable of Classes which may be obtained through the department of Admissions and Registration Services.

EFFECTIVE PERIOD: Degree/certificate requirements listed in this catalog are in effect for seven years from the beginning of the first academic term listed in this catalog.

This catalog is continuously under examination and revision and is not intended to state contractual terms. This catalog does not constitute a contract between the student and Walters State Community College.