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Spring 2010 Course Schedule

Summer 2010 Course Schedule

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Class Schedules-Spring 2010
Academic Calendar
Directions to Eastern's Moorefield Center
Assessment of Prior Learning

Using Military Training Experience
Orientation Information
Placement Assessments
Orientation Sessions
Online and VDL (Video Distance Learning)
Tuition & Fees
Making Payment
Payment Plans
Financial Aid
Financial Aid Workshop Schedule
General Education Courses & Designations
Registration Procedures

New Degree-Seeking Students
Transfer Students
New Non-Degree Seeking Students
Early Entrance Students
Transient Students

Moorefield Center Class Schedule
Open Math and English Lab
Regional Centers’ Class Schedule
Online Course Schedule

SREB's Electronic Campus
Add/Drop Policy
Tuition Refund Policy

Workforce Education Department
Customized Contracted Instruction, Consulting & Development Services
Professional Continuing Education
Continuing Education (CEU)

Community Education
Workforce Classes, Programs & Fees

Eastern's Philosophy & Goals
Student Government Association (SGA)
Bookstore Information
Drug Free Schools & Communities Information Act
Eastern's Commitment
Consumer Information

Equal Opportunity Policy

 

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 ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2009-2010

Fall 2009

Spring 2010

Summer 2010

FALL 2009
April 1                    Fall 2009 Registration Begins
April 1 - August 7    Continuous registration during regular business hours for Fall 2009
August 5                Last date for pre-registered students to pay

August 5                After this date, payment arrangements must be made at the time of registration.
August 7                Drop for nonpayment date
August 24              Classes Begins
August 24-28         Add/Drop and Late Registration
September 7          Labor Day Holiday – College Closed

October 16             Mid-semester Reports Due (1st eight weeks completed)
October 12-16        Assessment Week

November 2           Registration for Spring 2010 Begins
November 9           Deadline for Graduation Applications for Spring 2010
November 9           Last day to withdraw with a Grade of “W” (11 weeks completed)
November 23-27    Thanksgiving Holiday – No Classes
November 30         Classes ResumeDecember 14-16Final Exams
December 22         Final Grades Due by 12:00 Noon
Dec 23-Jan 4         Holiday Break – College Closed


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SPRING 2010

November 2          Spring 2010 Registration Begins
Nov 2-Jan 8          Continuous registration during regular business hours for Spring 2010
January 6             Last date for pre-registered students to pay
January 6             After this date, payment arrangements must be made at the time of registration.
January 8             Drop for non-payment date
January 18           Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday – College Closed
January 19           Classes Begin
January 19-22      Add/Drop and Late Registration
March 8-15          Assessment Week
March 12             Mid-semester Reports Due (1st eight weeks completed)
March 15-19        Spring Break – No Classes
March 22             Classes Resume
April 1                 Registration for Summer 2010 and Fall 2010 Begins
April 9                 Last day to withdraw with a Grade of “W”
May 1                 Deadline for Graduation Applications for Fall 2010
May 10-14          Final Exams
May 15               Commencements (10:00 am)
May 18               Final Grades Due by 12:00 Noon

 

SUMMER 2010

April 1                 Registration for Summer 2010 Begins
May 31                Memorial Day - College Closed
June 1                 Classes Begin
July 5                  Holiday – College Closed
July 12                Last day to withdraw with a Grade of “W”
August 6              Last day of classes / Final Exams
August 11            Final Grades Due by 12:00 Noon

 The Institution reserves the right to amend the academic calendar when circumstances require such action.

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ASSESSMENT OF PRIOR LEARNING

We know that as an adult you already have a wealth of experience and learning. It is possible that some of your prior learning experiences can be applied towards credits for your college degree. Credit is awarded to students who can demonstrate that the learning and skills they acquired from work, non-classroom study, etc. are equivalent to the learning outcomes expected for equivalent courses at the College. In addition to credit awarded for courses transferred from other institutions, students may earn credit through challenge examinations, military training, portfolio evaluation of experiential learning and non-collegiate based professional training. This credit may reduce the time required to complete a degree.
So, why not give yourself a little credit? You deserve it!
Make a point to contact our Associate Director of Admissions, Monica Snyder, in the Moorefield center (877-982-2322).

[Click here for more information about Assessment of Prior Learning.]

 

USING MILITARY TRAINING EXPERIENCE

Active duty personnel or discharged veterans may be able to use military training to gain college credit. You could qualify for up to 30 hours or more of college credit towards a degree. Financial aid is available for qualified students. Contact Monica Snyder, Associate Director of Admissions.

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ORIENTATION INFORMATION:
New and Transfer Student Orientation and Registration Information

CALL TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE IN ONE OF THESE SESSIONS [<--Click for Schedule]:
Toll-free at 1-877-982-2322 or 304-434-8000.
New students are required to attend a New Student Orientation Session before meeting with their advisor to register for classes.
During this time, students will be given an Orientation Guide and Student Handbook which includes information about Eastern and tips on how to be a successful student.
Following the New Student Orientation Session, students will meet with their program advisors to register for classes. Call
Patty Goldizen to schedule an appointment.

 Placement assessments may be completed prior to the orientation/registration session.
To schedule an appointment call: 304-434-8000 or toll free 1-877-982-2322.
If you are unsure you need to complete the placement assessment call
Monica Snyder or Dave Jones. The college will also hold regularly-scheduled Placement Workshops together with Financial Aid Workshops.

Students who have applied for or intend to apply for Financial Aid should contact the Financial Aid Office for information required for completing the application or FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
Attending an orientation session helps students get off to a successful start.

Counselor, advisors and staff will be available to answer questions and to provide information that will make starting classes easier.

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ORIENTATIONS:

New Students For Online and VDL Courses

New Student Orientation: 316 Eastern Drive New Building Overlooking Corridor H [<--click for directions]

DATE TIME   ROOM   PURPOSE  
Monday, November 30  2:00 - 5:00 pm Room 204 New & Transfer Student Orientation & Registration
Friday, December 11 9:00 am- 12:00 pm Room 204 New & Transfer Student Orientation & Registration
Wednesday, Dec 16 5:00 - 8:00 pm Room 204 New & Transfer Student Orientation & Registration
Tuesday, January 5 4:30– 7:30 pm Room 204 New & Transfer Student Orientation & Registration

Wednesday, January 13

4:30– 7:30 pm Room 204 New & Transfer Student Orientation & Registration
Thursday, January 14 1:00 – 4:00 pm Room 204 New & Transfer Student Orientation & Registration

 

 Online And VDL (Video Distance Learning) Course Orientations

Online Class Schedules

 

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Students enrolling in any online courses in the Fall 2009 semester must attend an orientation session.
Students who have successfully completed an online or VDL course do not need to attend an online course orientation session; however students are strongly encouraged to repeat this session.
Prior to each of the online/VDL orientation sessions, Learner Support staff will be available to assist students with course registration. Students intending to attend should schedule an appointment with an advisor to assure staff availability for registration. Call
Laurel Godlove to schedule an appointment.

 ONLINE/VDL Orientations: 316 Eastern Drive (New Building Overlooking Corridor H) [<--click for directions]

DATE TIME

Tuesday, Jan 12th 

 10:00-11:30 a.m.
Wed., Jan. 13th 2:00-3:30 p.m.
Thursday, Jan. 14th 5:00-6:30 p.m.


 

 

 

 


 Beginning with the fall 2009 term, Eastern is moving to its new campus location at 316 Eastern Drive, Moorefield, WV.

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DIRECTIONS to Eastern's new Moorefield Center at 316 Eastern Drive:
To reach Eastern's new Moorefield Center location at 316 Eastern Drive, Moorefield, WV:
Take Route 220 to Moorefield → head EAST on Corridor H (new state route 55) →
take the first working exit off Corridor H EAST of Route 220 (follow the signs to "EASTERN DRIVE").
Follow the exit road uphill to the end, turn right, and continue straight to the new building).

Coming from Baker or Wardensville towards Moorefield, heading WEST on Corridor H, follow the signs to "EASTERN DRIVE" (first left-hand exit past old State Route 55)).
Follow the exit road uphill to the end, turn right, and continue straight to the new building.

Please contact the Main Campus (877-982-2322; or 304-434-8000) to verify location of orientation sessions prior to the scheduled meeting night.

 Financial Aid & Placement (Accuplacer) Workshops

DATE FINANCIAL AID WORKSHOP COURSE PLACEMENT
Thursday, November 12th

2:00-3:00 pm; Room 201

3:00-5:00 pm; Room 201
Friday, November 20th  9:00-10:00 am; Room 204 10:00 am-noon; Room 204
Friday, December 4th 9:00-10:00 am; Room 204 10:00 am-noon; Room 204
Tuesday, December 8th 9:00-10:00 am; Room 201 10:00 am-noon; Room 201
Tuesday, January 5th  1:00-2:00 pm; Room 204  2:00-4:00 pm; Room 204
Wednesday, January 13th  1:00-2:00 pm; Room 204 2:00-4:00 pm; Room 204
Thursday, January 14th 9:00-10:00 am; Room 204 10:00 am-noon; Room 204

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    
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 TUITION & FEES (Tuition And Fees Subject To Change)

Making Payment Payment Plans

 TUITION

Credit Hours

In-State Tuition**

Out of State Tuition

Early Entrance*

Senior Citizen*

1

$86.00

$280.00

$65.00

$43.00

2

$172.00

$560.00

$130.00

$86.00

3

$258.00

$840.00

$195.00

$129.00

4

$344.00

$1120.00

$260.00

$172.00

5

$430.00

$1400.00

$325.00

$215.00

6

$516.00

$1680.00

$390.00

$258.00

7

$602.00

$1960.00

$455.00

$301.00

8

$688.00

$2240.00

$520.00

$344.00

9

$774.00

$2520.00

$585.00

$387.00

10

$864.00

$2800.00

$650.00

$432.00

11

$946.00

$3080.00

$715.00

$473.00

12

$1032.00

$3360.00

$780.00

$516.00

*Special Rates:
West Virginia high school students pay a reduced tuition if taking early entrance classes while attending high school.
West Virginia senior citizens (65 years of age) pay 50% of tuition per credit hour, if taking classes which are not filled.

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 FEES

Admission Application Fee

NO CHARGE

Biology/Chemistry/General Science Lab

$15/ Class

Information Technology Fee

$15 / Class

Specialized Industrial & Automotive Technology Fee

$45 / Class

(See Associate Dean for Career Studies and Workforce Education, Grover Duling, for more information)

**Transcript Fee

1st transcripts free; $5 each thereafter

**Student ID Card 1st card free; $10 for replacement cards
Late Registration Fee $25

Online Fee (Eastern Web)

$25 / Class

IT / WV Excite

$75 / Class

**Pending final approval

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MAKING PAYMENT

College policy requires all tuition and fees to be paid prior to the first day of each semester, term or class with a delayed start. Students registering on or after the last day to pay for early registration, including those students adding classes, must make payment arrangements at the time of registration. Registration will be considered incomplete until full payment is received and students will not be permitted to attend classes until registration is completed.

Students who have a bona fide third party agency paying their tuition, with authorization provided in writing; who have a late financial aid disbursement; or who participate in the Academic Management Services Monthly Payment Plan will not be required to pay tuition and fees at the time of registration.

Financial Aid students who have completed the Financial Aid Process and have an award amount that is equal to or greater than required tuition may have their accounts credited at the time of registration, provided that a completed Eastern deferment form is on file. Students who have an award amount that covers only a portion of tuition and any book costs will be required to pay the balance due within three working days of registration.Eastern accepts personal checks, money orders, or credit cards (VISA and MasterCard). Payment can be made in person at the Moorefield center during business hours; or by mailing a check or money order; or by phone 1-877-982-2322 with an approved credit card.

 PAYMENT PLANS

For students who prefer to pay their tuition over a period of time rather than all at one time, Academic Management Services (AMS) offers an interest free monthly payment option.
For additional information contact the College at 1-877-982-2322; or AMS directly at 1-800-635-0120.

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FINANCIAL AID AT EASTERN
The college holds regularly-scheduled Financial Aid Workshops together with Placement Workshops. 

(Click here for Financial Aid/Placement Workshops)

Who Qualifies for Financial Aid?
Qualifying for some type of financial aid to assist with college costs is easier than ever before. Whether it be a grant, a student loan or scholarship, funds are available through federal, state and private sources. Students wishing to renew their funds beyond the first semester must maintain Standards of Progress (specific guidelines are published in the Eastern Catalog).

What Can Financial Aid Pay For?
Based on an individual’s aid, the following items can be completely or partially covered:  

  • Tuition and fees
  • Textbooks
  • Transportation costs (i.e. gas, car repairs)
  • Daycare expenses
  • Living expenses

What Types of Aid Does Eastern Have?

  • Federal Pell Grants
  • Federal Stafford Loan Program (both subsidized and unsubsidized loans)
  • WV Higher Education Grant Program
  • HEAPS (Higher Education Adult Part-Time Student Grant)* for WV residents
  • Scholarships*
  • Veterans Benefits (Including National Guard)
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits

*Qualifications vary by scholarship.

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Must I Be a Full-Time Student For Aid?
No. Most funds require that a student be registered for at least six credit hours of classes a semester to receive financial aid. Federal Pell Grants may be available for as little as one class. 

How Do I Apply?

  1. Complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) form.
    *The Title IV code to use on the FAFSA is 041190. Forms are available on the web at
    http://www.fafsa.ed.gov. (Eastern is utilizing Southern West Virginia Community & Technical College’s FAFSA code number for financial aid purposes.)
  2. Receive an award letter notifying you of your aid award for each semester. (Students generally receive only one award letter each year unless there is a required adjustment to the initial amount awarded.)
  3. REGISTER FOR CLASSES
  4. To receive your funds, make certain your financial aid file is complete. You cannot receive funds until it is.

Please Note: To complete verification, it may be necessary to supply the Financial Aid Office with additional paperwork, such as copies of tax returns, W-2’s, etc.

[For additonal information on Financial Aid application procedures, check Eastern's Financial Aid webpage.]

Funds will be applied to your tuition account beginning at the end of the first week of classes each semester. Students receiving aid in excess of tuition and fees will receive a reimbursement check from the college. If you have previously attended any college or university, you must contact those schools and request an official academic transcript be sent to Eastern.
Please issue the transcript to:

Eastern WV Community and Technical College
1929 State Road 55,
Moorefield, WV 26836.

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Where Can I Get Help?

  • Filling out forms
  • Checking your forms before they are sent
  • Understanding your Award Notification or Revised Award Notification

Contact the Financial Aid Office at the Eastern: 877-982-2322. 

 You Need To Know

  • Any adjustment to your class schedule (adding, dropping, withdrawal from any or all classes) will affect your financial aid. A complete Financial Aid File is necessary to hold your class registration.
  • Financial Aid Standards of Progress must be maintained to continue to receive financial aid. (See standards printed in Eastern's college catalog.)
  • Financial Aid students who totally withdraw will have their aid adjusted according to the Federal Return of Title IV Funds Policy.

 Return Of Title IV Funds 

This policy only impacts students who withdraw from the College prior to completing 60% of a semester.
Financial aid is awarded based on the assumption a student will complete the semester in which it was awarded. Therefore, Title IV guidelines (federal regulations) dictate that financial aid eligibility (including Pell grant, Supplemental Education Opportunity grant, Stafford & PLUS loans) has to be recalculated for students who completely withdraw, drop out, are dismissed, or take an approved leave of absence prior to completing 60% of a semester.

The College is required to recalculate the amount of federal aid a student has “earned” based on the following formula:
Percent earned = Number of days completed up to the withdrawal date divided by total days in the semester.

In the event a student has received a refund of Title IV aid, the student is responsible for returning the unearned portion to the appropriate Title IV program. This represents a significant change in the federal regulations governing refunds.

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The College must return Title IV funds to the programs from which the student received aid in the following order, up to the net amount disbursed from each source:

  1. Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan
  2. Federal Stafford Loans
  3. Federal PLUS Loans
  4. Federal Pell Grant
  5. Academic Competitiveness Grant
  6. FSEOG

A student who owes a refund or repayment to any Title IV program is not eligible for continued participation in Title IV programs at any school(s) until repayment has been made.

 General Education Courses and Designations

Each degree and certificate program contains required general education courses.  Students may select from the following categories to meet general education requirements for their degree program. 
Note:  approved course options vary according to degree program.

Domain

AA/AS

AAS/CP

Natural Science

BIO 101*

BIO 101

 

BIO 102*

BIO 102*

 

BIO 124*

BIO 124*

 

BIO 125*

BIO 125*

 

BIO 216

BIO 216

 

CHM 203*

CHM 203*

 

CHM 204*

CHM 204*

 

CHM 213*

CHM 213*

 

CHM 214*

CHM 214*

 

GSC 109*

GSC 109*

 

GSC 110*

GSC 110*

 

PHS 200*

PHS 115

 

PHS 210*

PHS 200*

 

PHS 212*

PHS 210*

 

 

PHS 212*

Social Science

ECN 201*

ECN 201*

 

ECN 202*

ECN 202*

 

GEO 210

GEO 210

 

GEO 220

GEO 220

 

HIT 104*

HIT 104*

 

HIT 105*

HIT 105*

 

HIT 240*

HIT 240*

 

HIT 241*

HIT 241*

 

HIT 265

HIT 265

 

POL 201*

POL 201*

 

POL 202*

POL 202*

 

PSY 200*

PSY 200*

 

PSY 210*

PSY 210*

 

PSY 214*

PSY 214*

 

PSY 226

PSY 226

 

SOC 203*

SOC 203*

 

SOC 204*

SOC 204*

 

SOC 207*

SOC 207*

 

SOC 220

SOC 220

 

SSC 147

SSC 147

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Domain

AA/AS

AAS/CP

Communication

ENL 101*

BUS 203

 

ENL 102*

ENL 101*

 

JRN 101

ENL 102*

 

SPH 101*

ENL 115

 

SPH 151

SPH 101*

 

SPH 203*

SPH 151

 

SPH 208*

SPH 203*

 

 

SPH 208*

Humanities & Art

ART 100

ART 100

 

ASL 111, 112, 113

ASL 111, 112, 113

 

EDF 203

EDF 203

 

EDF 219*

EDF 219*

 

ENL 161

ENL 161

 

ENL 200*

ENL 200*

 

ENL 201*

ENL 201*

 

ENL 202*

ENL 202*

 

ENL 204*

ENL 204*

 

FRE 101

FRE 101

 

HUM 101

HUM 101

 

HUM 210

HUM 210

 

MUS 170

MUS 170

 

PHL 200

PHL 200

 

REL 105

REL 105

 

REL 130

REL 130

 

SPA 101, 102

SPA 101, 102

Information Science

CIS 108

CIS 108

 

 

Mathematics

MTH 121*

MTH 117

 

MTH 123*

MTH 121*

 

MTH 126*

MTH 123*

 

MTH 135*

MTH 126*

 

MTH 137*

MTH 135*

 

MTH 205*

MTH 137*

 

MTH 225*

MTH 205*

 

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 Registration Procedures

New Degree Seeking Students Transfer Students
New Students--Non-Degree Seeking Early Entrance Students Transient Students

 New Degree Seeking Students

  • Submit completed application for admission.
  •  Submit high school or college transcripts.
    [Please issue transcript to:
    Eastern WV Community and Technical College
    P.O. Box 59
    316 Eastern Drive
    M oorefield, WV 26836-0059]
  •  Submit proof of measles/rubella immunization if you plan to be a full-time student and are 24 years old or younger.
  •  Submit ACT/SAT scores if required. (graduated within the last 5 years or completed less than 30 transfer credit hours)
  •  Make an appointment and complete course placement assessment if required.
  •  Make an appointment and complete financial aid application, if appropriate.
  •  Attend a New Student Orientation and Registration session.
  •  Receive a copy of your course schedule.
  •  Pay tuition or make payment arrangements.
  •  Register for a VDL/On Line Orientation session, if appropriate.

 Transfer Students

 In addition to completing steps 1 – 10 above, you must also submit transcript(s) from EACH college attended. Please issue transcript(s) to:

Eastern WV Community and Technical College
P.O. Box 59
316 Eastern Drive
M oorefield, WV 26836-0059]
 

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New Students--Non-Degree Seeking
(Students who wish to take classes, and who are NOT now seeking an Eastern degree.)
  1. Submit a completed application for admission.
  2. Submit a transcript from the last college you attended (if any). Please issue transcript to:

    Eastern WV Community and Technical College
    P.O. Box 59
    316 Eastern Drive
    M oorefield, WV 26836-0059]

  3. Choose a registration that is best for you and complete registration materials.
  4. Receive a copy of your course schedule.
  5. Pay tuition or make payment arrangements.
  6. If appropriate, sign up for a New Student and/ or VDL/On Line Orientation session.

 Early Entrance Students

 (High School Students who wish to take college classes.)
In addition to completing the admissions application, you must also submit an Early Entrance Course Authorization and Responsibility Form. This form identifies the class(es) you are taking, provides a parental authorization for tuition payment, and authorizes the release of grade information to the high school.

 Transient Students

 (Students regularly enrolled at another institution.)
In addition to completing
steps 1, 8, 9 and 10 above (under "New Degree-Seeking Students"), you must also submit your college transcript(s) if required for a pre-requisite and ACT/SAT scores if required for a pre-requisite, as well as a transient form/letter from your home institution. The transient form/letter grants you permission to take Eastern courses and designates how you will receive transfer credit at your home institution. If the transient form/letter is not provided, you will need to clarify your status or complete the regular admission process. 

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Spring 2010  Course Schedule

Moorefield Center Regional Centers Online Schedule

 Moorefield Center
P.O. Box 59
316 Eastern Drive [<--click for directions]
Moorefield, WV 26836

 

MAIN CAMPUS

CRN 

Dept

Course/

Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

610

ACC

121-A11

Principles of Accounting II

3

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM

TR

204

S. Murphy

611

ACC

121-A12

Principles of Accounting II

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

M

201

Staff

612

ACC

230-WB1

Income Tax Accounting  (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

614

ACC

240-WB1

Computerized Accounting (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

615

AHS

108-WB1

Medical Terminology (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

P. Mollard

233

AH

241-IMR

Pharmacology for Allied Health (Must be accepted into the Nursing program and meet prerequisites to register.

3

8:00 AM – 9:20 AM

MT

MMB

Nemeth-Pyles

 

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 616

ART

100-WB1

Art Appreciation (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

L. Neely

617

ATT

100-A11

Introduction to Automotive Technology (1/19/10 – 1/22/10)

1

8:30 AM – 12:45 PM

TWR

ETC*

D. Swick

618

ATT

124-A11

Automotive Electricity/Electronics I (1/25/10 – 2/26/10)

4

8:30 AM – 12:45 PM

MTWR

ETC*

D. Swick

621

ATT

128-A11

Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning (4/12/10 – 5/14/10)

4

8:30 AM – 12:45 PM

MTWR

ETC*

D. Swick

755

ATT

205-A11

Automotive Electricity/Electronics II (3/1/10 – 4/9/10)

4

8:30 AM – 12:45 PM

MTWR

ETC*

D. Swick

620

ATT

224-A11

Manual Drive Train and Axles (1/25/10 – 2/26/10)

4

4:30 PM – 8:45 PM

MTWR

ETC*

Staff

622

ATT

226-A11

Automatic Transmissions and Transaxles (3/1/10 – 4/9/10)

4

4:30 PM – 8:45 PM

MTWR

ETC*

Staff

623

BIO

125-A11

Anatomy & Physiology II (Lecture) Students must also register for a lab section.

3

4:00 PM – 6:45 PM

T

 

205

G. Hammer

624

BIO

125-A21

Anatomy & Physiology II (Lab)

1

6:00 PM - 7:50 PM

R

205

G. Hammer

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625

BIO

125-A22

Anatomy & Physiology II (Lab)

1

4:00 PM – 5:50 PM

R

205

G. Hammer

756

BIO

124-MHE

Anatomy & Physiology I (Lecture & Lab: Early Entrance Only)

4

TBA

TBA

MHS

S. Hammer

626

BOG

276-A11

Board of Governors Capstone Course (Independent Study; BOG Majors only)

3

ARR

ARR

ARR

S. Becker-Gorby

627

BOS

101-A11

 

Introduction to Keyboarding Students must register for one orientation session:  Orientation Dates: 1/12/09 10 a.m. or 5 p.m.

Students registering late will be permitted to enter this section

1

ARR

ARR

CC

(Orientation Only)

M. Snyder

628

BOS

101-A12

Introduction to Keyboarding (1/20/10 –  2/24/10)

1

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

MW

104B

M. Snyder

629

BOS

103-A11

Keyboarding

3

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

MW

104B

M. Snyder

676

BOS

143-WB1

Medical Billing & Coding
(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

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631

BOS

278-A11

Business Operations Support Internship

3

ARR

ARR

ARR

S. Mirkhani

677

BOS

134-WB1

Aministrative Machine Transcription (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

632

BUS

203-WB1

Communications in Business (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

J. Holmes

754

BUS

204-WB1

Fundamentals of E-Commerce

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

633

BUS

206-A11

Business Law

3

9:00 AM – 11:45 AM

M

204

D. Markl

634

BUS

206-WB1

Business Law (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

J. Holmes

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637

BUS

276-A11

Business Management Capstone

See Mr. S. Mirkhani for course information.

3

ARR

ARR

ARR

S. Mirkhani

638

BUS

278-A11

Business Management Internship See Mr. S. Mirkhani for course information.

3

ARR

ARR

ARR

S. Mirkhani

639

CIS

108-A11

Computer Fundamentals

3

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

MW

204

Staff

640

CIS

108-A12

Computer Fundamentals

3

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM

TR

204

Staff

641

CIS

108-A13

Computer Fundamentals

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

W

204

Staff

645

CIS

117-WB1

Word Processing Software (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff
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646

CIS

119-WB1

Spreadsheet Software (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

647

CIS

121- A11

Data Base Management Software

3

9:00 AM – 11:45 AM

W

204

Staff

648

CIS

124-A11

Creating a Web Site (1/20 -  2/24)

1

12:30 PM – 3:15 PM

W

206

Staff

649

CIS

133-A11

Designing A Webpage

3

12:30 PM – 3:15 PM

W

206

Staff

650

ECN

201-WB1

Principles of Macroeconomics  (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

651

ECN

202-A11

Principles of Microeconomics

3

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

TR

204

S. Murphy

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652

ECN

202-MHE

Principles of Microeconomics

(Early Entrance Students Only)

3

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

TR

204

S. Murphy

653

ECN

202-WB1

Principles of Microeconomics (Eastern  Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

654

EDF

100-A11

Introduction to Teacher Education

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

W

104B

Staff

655

EDF

203-A11

Children’s Literature

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

M

104B

T. McGregor

656

EDF

210-A11

Infant and Toddler Seminar

3

5:30 PM – 8:15 PM

R

104B

V. Carr

657

EDF

217-A11

Human Development and Learning

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

T

104B

S. Goodall

658

EDF

276-A11

Early Childhood Capstone

3

ARR

ARR

ARR

D. Backus

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660

ENL

80-A11

Special Topics: Transitional English

3

ARR

ARR

207

V. Shockey

661

ENL

99-A11

Beginning Composition (Includes web/lab component.  Students must attend a minimum of one hour each week in lab.  Lab is open on Tuesday 2:00 – 4:30 PM and Thursday 2:00 – 3:00. See instructor for details.)

4

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

TR

104B

F. Skavenski

662

ENL

99-A12

Beginning Composition (Includes web/lab component.  Students must attend a minimum of one hour each week in lab.  Lab is open on Tuesday 2:00 – 4:30 PM and Thursday 2:00 – 3:00 PM. See instructor for details.)

4

4:30 PM – 5:45 PM

TR

104B

F. Skavenski

663

ENL

101-WB1

English Composition I
(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

J. Simmons

664

ENL

101-A11

English Composition I

3

1:00 PM – 3:45 PM

F

204

C. Hakala

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665

ENL

101-A12

English Composition I

3

4:30 PM – 6:45 PM

R

204

C. Hakala

666

ENL

102-A12

English Composition II  

3

11:00 AM-12:15 PM 

TR

 

204

C. Hakala

667

ENL

102-A11

English Composition II

3

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

M

204

C. Hakala

668

ENL

102-MHE

English Composition II (Early Entrance Students Only)

3

8:37 AM – 10:03 AM

TR

MHS

C. Hakala

669

ENL

102-WB1

English Composition II
(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

J. Simmons

671

GSC

110-A11

General Physical Science II (Lecture & Lab)

4

6:00 PM – 8:50 PM

6:00 PM -  8:00 PM

M

 

W

205

W. Sites
 

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673

HIT

105-WB1

Western Civilization II (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. F. Tantillo

674

HIT

105-MHE

Western Civilization II (Early Entrance)

3

8:37 AM – 10:03 AM

MW

MHS

S. Smith

675

HIT

241-A11

American History II: Since 1877

3

8:30 AM -11:15 AM

F

204

D. Jones

679

HUM

100-WB1

Survey of Humanities (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. Jordan

684

IT

228-WB1

Systems Analysis and Design (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff
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685

IT

269-WB1

Project Management (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

686

IT

276-A11

IT Capstone

3

ARR

ARR

ARR

S. Mirkhani

688

MGT

250-A11

Principles of Management

3

12:30 PM – 3:15 PM

M

206

D. Markl

689

MGT

250-WB1

Principles of Management (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

690

MGT

251-A11

Human Resources Management

3

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

TR

201

S. Murphy

694

MTH

80-A11

Special Topics: Transitional Math

3

ARR

ARR

207

V. Shockey

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695

MTH

90-A11

Basic Mathematics

3

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

MW

201

M. VanMeter

696

MTH

90-A12

Basic Mathematics

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

T

201

A. Williams

697

MTH

90-A13

Basic Mathematics

3

9:30 AM – 10:45 AM

TR

201

A. Williams

698

MTH

95-A11

Introductory Algebra I

3

3:00 PM – 4:15 PM

MW

204

Staff

699

MTH

95-A12

Introductory Algebra I

3

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

M

206

J. Hershberger

700

MTH

95-A13

Introductory Algebra I

3

3:00 PM – 4:15 PM

TR

206

Staff

701

MTH

96-A11

Introductory Algebra II

3

9:30 AM - 10:45 PM

MW

201

M. VanMeter

702

MTH

96-A12

Introductory Algebra II

3

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

T

206

Staff

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703

MTH

117-A11

Math for Technicians

4

4:30 PM – 8:10 PM

M

102A

Staff

704

MTH

121-A12

College Math for General Education

3

4:30 PM - 5:45 PM

TR

201

A. Williams

705

MTH

123-A11

Intermediate Algebra

3

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM 

MW

206

M. VanMeter

706

MTH

225-A11

Introduction to Statistics

3

4:30 PM– 5:45 PM

MW

201

S. Gott

707

MUS

170-WB1

Music Appreciation (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

S. Custer

228

NU

210-IMR

 Role Transition to Professional Nursing 

(Must be accepted into the Nursing program and meet prerequisites to register. 

3

1:00 PM– 3:00 PM

MT

MMB

E. Berg

J. Landis

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294

NU

212-IMR

Nursing Care II (Must be accepted into the Nursing program and meet prerequisites to register.  Students will be assigned to clinical rotations.)

9

9: 30 AM – 12:10 PM

MT

MMB

E. Berg

J. Landis

710

ORT

100-A11

College Success (1/27/10 – 4/7/10)

1

2:00 PM – 3:15 PM

W

104B

D. Jones

711

ORT

100-A12

College Success (1/19/10 – 3/9/10)

1

4:30  PM– 5:45 PM

T

102A

S. Gott

712

ORT

100-A13

College Success (3/22/10 – 5/10/10)

1

4:30 PM – 5:45 PM

M

104B

A. Sites

713

ORT

103-MHE

College 101 (Early Entrance Students Only)

3

12:15 PM– 1:05 PM

MTWRF

MHS

D. Junkins

714

ORT

200-A11

Portfolio Development

2

ARR

ARR

ARR

M. Snyder

715

POL

201-WB1

American Government and Politics (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

A. Narasinhan

716

PSY

200-WB1

General Psychology (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. Bennear

717

PSY

226-A11

Abnormal Psychology

3

6:00 PM - 8:45 PM

R

206

M. Reel

718

RDG

80-A11

Special Topics: Transitional Reading

3

ARR

ARR

207

V. Shockey

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719

RDG

90-A11

Reading/Study Skills

3

11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

TR

104B

F. Skavenski

720

RDG

90-A12

Reading/Study Skills

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

R

201

D. Hubbard

721

SOC

203-WB1

Introduction to Sociology (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. Jordan

722

SPH

101-A12

Speech Fundamentals

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

T

MMB

S. Hammer

723

SSC

147-A11

Understanding Human Diversity

3

12:30 PM – 1:45 PM

TR

206

J. Patterson

758

SSC

147-WBI

Understanding Human Diversity

3

WEB

*

*

M. Jordan

759

WTT

199-A11

ST: Intro to Wind Energy

2

TBA

TBA

TBA

W. Malcolm

*Eastern Technology Center, Petersburg

Access Center schedules do not list all Distance Courses.  Distance Courses are listed in MAIN CAMPUS Schedule and listed in a separate schedule section titled ONLINE Courses.

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Open Lab Info

Eastern is providing a tutoring opportunity for students enrolled in math and English courses as well as other courses requiring math and writing skills. Students who would like assistance with math or writing assignments can meet with faculty during the scheduled lab times. Students enrolled in Beginning Composition (ENL 99) are required to attend the Open Writing Lab for at least one hour per week. ENL 99 students should contact their instructor for details. However, the math and writing labs are open to all other students for tutoring or assistance with assignments.

Open Math Tutoring Lab:
Math tutoring, open to all as “drop-in” tutoring, Mondays ,12:00 noon-4:00 p.m.;  Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.; and Thursdays, 11:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; at
316 Eastern Drive [<--click for directions] (room subject to change).
Math Lab Online [<--Click Here for online lab tutoring info]

English and Reading Tutoring:
Tuesday 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.; and
Thursday 2:00p.m.-4:00 p.m.;  at 316 Eastern Drive [<--click for directions] (room subject to change)
Also Thursday 3:30 -4:30 p.m.; at South Branch Vocational Center Access Center, Pierpont Street, Petersburg.

 In addition to the Main Campus (Moorefield Center), Regional Centers are located throughout the service area. These Regional Centers are operated as distance learning classrooms linked with an interactive audio, video and data telecommunications system. This system permits classes to originate at any location, enabling the instructor to maintain simultaneous two-way audio and video contact with students. This allows the College to provide more course offerings to all regional centers, to better utilize its instructional resources and most importantly increase educational opportunities throughout its district. 

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Eastern WV Community and Technical College’s Regional Centers:

East Hardy
Hampshire
Mineral
Pendleton

South Branch Career and Technical Center
& Petersburg High School

Tucker

WV School for the Deaf and the Blind

 East Hardy Regional Center
Directions: East Hardy High School. From the intersection of WV 55 and WV 259 in Baker, follow old WV 55 towards Moorefield. The entrance to East Hardy High School is approximately one mile on the right. Entry to the school is by the service road. Parking is available below the school. The exterior entrance to the Regional Center is marked with a sign and is located on the front of the building near the flagpole to the right of the main entrance when facing the building.

East Hardy Access Center
For questions about courses scheduled at this Access Center, please call the Main Campus at 434-8000
or 1-877-982-2322.

CRN 

Dept

Course/

Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

726

HIT

105-EEE

Western Civilization II (Early Entrance)

3

8:00 AM  – 9:30 AM

TR

AC

S. Smith

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 Hampshire Regional Center
Directions: Hampshire High School, US Rte. 50 East, Romney. From downtown Romney, follow US 50 past the Food Lion Shopping Center. The entrance to Hampshire High School is just below the crest of the hill on the right. Enter the driveway and make first right onto Calvert Drive toward Romney Middle School. The Access Center is the second, grey modular on the left. It is marked with a sign (Eastern Access Center). Parking is available below the building.

Hampshire Access Center
For questions about courses scheduled at this Access Center, please call the Main Campus at 434-8000
or 1-877-982-2322.
 

CRN 

Dept

Course/

Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

728

ORT

103-HEE

College 101 (1/27 – 5/31)
(Early Entrance Students Only)

3

9:48 AM – 10:33 AM

MTWRF

HHS
Room 103

J. Biser

729

SOC

203-HEE

Introduction to Sociology (Early Entrance Only)

3

8:05 AM – 9:44 AM

TBA

TBA

Staff

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Mineral Regional Center

Mineral Access Center
For questions about courses scheduled at this Access Center, please call the Main Campus at 434-8000
or 1-877-982-2322.

CRN 

Dept 

Course/ Section 

Title 

CR  

Time  

Days 

Room 

Instructor 

730

ELM

105-M11

 DC Electrical Circuits

4

4:30 PM – 9:15 PM

T

MCTC Room 104

J. Spurling

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Pendleton Regional Center
Directions: Pendleton County High School, Route 33, Franklin. From downtown Franklin, follow US 33 East. The Pendleton County High School will be on the left less than a mile on US 33 East. Proceed past the high school to the entrance at Wildcat Lane marked with the FFA Greenhouse sign (the entrance to the old Southern States Cooperative). Turn left and follow the road past and behind the old Southern States building. The Access Center is marked with a sign on the section of the Pendleton County High School located behind the Southern States. (Second exterior door from the end of the building). Parking is available on the end of the building near the greenhouses.

Pendleton Access Center
For questions about courses scheduled at this Access Center, please call the Main Campus at 434-8000
or 1-877-982-2322.
 

CRN 

Dept

Course/

Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

732

ENL

102-PEE

English Composition II

Early Entrance Students Only

3

10:39 AM – 11:24 AM

MWF

AC

V. Skavenski

734

HIT

105-PEE

Western Civilization II (Early Entrance) (VDL)

3

8:00 AM – 8:50 AM

TR

AC

E. Kachmarek

735

SPH

101-PEE

Speech Fundamentals

(Early Entrance Students Only)

Tuesday and Thursday lecture sessions; web-based classroom activities

3

10:39 AM – 11:24 AM

TR

AC

P. Godfrey

736

SOC

203-PEE

Introduction to Sociology (Early Entrance Only) (Eastern Web)

3

8:05 AM – 9:44 AM

MTWRF

AC

M. Jordan

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South Branch Career and Technical Center Regional Center
& Petersburg High School

Directions
Located at the South Branch Career & Technical Center, Pierpont Street, Petersburg. From Virginia Avenue (US 220) heading South, turn right on Pierpont Street. Follow Pierpont Street through the stop sign at the top of the hill. There will be a baseball field on the left, and the South Branch Career & Technical Center is over the crest of the hill on the right. Parking lot is just before the building. Exterior entrance to the Access Center is marked with a sign, and is located on the side of the building that faces the parking lot.

South Branch Access Center  (and Petersburg High School)
For questions about courses scheduled at this Access Center, please call the Main Campus at 434-8000
or 1-877-982-2322.

CRN 

Dept

Course/

Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

737

BIO

102-GEE

General Biology II (Early Entrance Only)

4

8:45 AM– 9:30 AM

MTWRF

PHS

S. Harman

738

CHM

214-GEE

Principles of Chemistry II (Early Entrance Only)

4

8:00 AM – 8:45 AM

MTWRF

PHS

S. Harman

739

ELM

218-G11

Maintenance Applications

3

5:30 PM – 9:15 PM

W

SBCTC

Industrial Maintenance Lab (12)

M. Hipp

740

MTH

135-GEE

College Algebra (Early Entrance Only)

3

11:09 AM – 12:35 PM

MW

AC

S. Gott

741

MTH

135-G11

College Algebra

3

11:09 AM – 12:45 PM

MW

AC

S. Gott

743

PSY

200-GEE 

General Psychology (Early Entrance Students Only)

3

11:09 AM – 12:35 PM

TR

AC

Staff

 

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Directions: From downtown Thomas, turn left on 219south at the bridge and follow for several miles to Tucker County High School on the right. Follow the driveway to the left and follow the road around to the back of the building. The Access Center is located in the pod closest to the main section of the building near the vestibule doors. Exterior entrance is marked with a sign.

Tucker Regional Center

Tucker Access Center
For questions about courses scheduled at this Access Center, please call the Main Campus at 434-8000
or 1-877-982-2322.
 

 

Dept

Course/

Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

744

ART

100-TEE

Art Appreciation (Eastern Web) (Early Entrance Only)

3

10:30 – 11:40 AM

MTWRF

AC

L. Neely

745

ENL

102-TEE

English Composition II (Early Entrance (VDL)

3

12:44 – 1:30 PM

MWF

AC

V. Skavenski

746

HIT

105-TEE

Western Civilization II (Early Entrance Only) (Eastern Web)

3

8:45 AM – 9:30 AM

TR

AC

Staff

748

MUS

170-TEE

Music Appreciation (Eastern Web) (Early Entrance Only)

3

1:59 – 3:09 PM

MTWRF

AC

S. Custer

749

ORT

103-TEE

College 101 (Early Entrance Only)

3

10:31 – 11:41 AM

MTWRF

TBA

A. Helmick

750

PSY

200-TEE

General Psychology (Eastern Web)

3

10:30 – 11:40 AM

MTWRF

AC

M. Bennear

751

SOC

203-TEE

Introduction to Sociology (Eastern Web) (Early Entrance Students Only)

3

10:30 – 11:40 AM

MTWRF

AC

M. Jordan

  

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WV Schools for the Deaf and the Blind Regional Center

Directions: Located in High School for the Deaf Building. Headed East on US 50 (Main Street) Romney, WV 26757, make a left onto N. Antigo Pl. Make a right into the large parking lot on your right, and the building is straight ahead.

WV School for Deaf and Blind
or questions about courses scheduled at this Access Center, please call the Main Campus at 434-8000
or 1-877-982-2322.

CRN 

Dept

Course/

Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

752

ASL

111-W11

Beginning Sign Language

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

R

AC

M. Blakely

753

ASL

112-W11

Intermediate Sign Language

3

6:00 PM – 8:45 PM

T

AC

M. Blakely

 

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Online Courses

Eastern Web Southern Regional Education Board's Electronic Campus

  Online Courses (Eastern Web)

CRN

Dept

Course

/Section

Title

CR

Time

Days

Room

Instructor

612

ACC

230-WB1

Income Tax Accounting (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

614

ACC

240-WB1

Computerized Accounting

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

615

AHS

108-WB1

Medical Terminology

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

P. Mollard

616

ART

100-WB1

Art Appreciation (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

L. Neely

676

BOS

143-WB1

Medical Billing & Coding (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff
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677

BOS

134-WB1

Aministrative Machine Transcription (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

631

BOS

278-A11

Business Operations Support Internship

3

ARR

ARR

ARR

S. Mirkhani

632

BUS

203-WB1

Communications in Business

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

J. Holmes

754

BUS

204-WB1

Fundamentals of E-Commerce

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

634

BUS

206-WB1

Business Law (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

J. Holmes

645

CIS

117-WB1

Word Processing Software (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

646

CIS

119-WB1

Spreadsheet Software

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

650

ECN

201-WB1

Principles of Macroeconomics

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

653

ECN

202-WB1

Principles of Microeconomics (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff
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663

ENL 101-WB1

English Composition I
(Eastern Web)

3 WEB * * J. Simmons

669

ENL 102-WB2

English Composition II
(Eastern Web)

3 WEB * * J. Simmons

673

HIT

105-WB1

Western Civilization II

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. F. Tantillo

679

HUM

100-WB1

Survey of Humanities

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. Jordan

684

IT

228-WB1

Systems Analysis and Design (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

685

IT

269-WB1

Project Management

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff
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689

MGT

250-WB1

Principles of Management (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

Staff

707

MUS

170-WB1

Music Appreciation

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

S. Custer

715

POL

201-WB1

American Government and Politics (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

A. Narasinhan

716

PSY

200-WB1

General Psychology

(Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. Bennear

721

SOC

203-WB1

Introduction to Sociology (Eastern Web)

3

WEB

*

*

M. Jordan

758 SSC 147-WBI Understanding Human Diversity(Eastern Web) 3 WEB * *

M. Jordan

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All courses may be subject to additional fees.

Room and Symbol Codes:
ARR: Arranged
TBA:  To Be Announced
ETC: Eastern Technology Center
MMB: Michael Medical Building
MES: Moorefield Elementary School
MHS:  Moorefield High School
MMS: Moorefield Middle School
PHS: Petersburg High School
PLC: Parson’s Learning Center
PTC: Piedmont Training Center
THS: Tucker High School
WVDBS: West Virginia Deaf and Blind School

 

 Southern Regional Education Board’s Electronic Campus
[NOTE: For Eastern-originated online classes see: Eastern Web.]

Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College is a participating member of the SREB’s Electronic Campus (EC). The EC is a source for web based courses and programs offered by colleges and universities in 16 member states.  Nearly 50 colleges and universities offer courses through EC, enabling students in participating states to enroll in courses not available at their home institution.  All courses are offered by accredited colleges and universities in the Southern Regional Education Board states and meet the Principles of Good Practice developed by the EC. Students may access the EC at electroniccampus.org.

SREB member states include Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West Virginia.

PLEASE NOTE: Prior to registering for courses offered through the SREB, a student must obtain approval and a transient form from his or her academic advisor.

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ADD/DROP POLICY

Students wishing to add or drop a course must:

  1. Talk to your advisor or the counselor prior to making any schedule changes.
  2. Review the information regarding schedule changes and the impact on financial aid if you are a financial aid student. (Please review “You Need to Know” and “Return of Title IV Funds” sections. Then speak with a financial aid representative.)
  3. Obtain the instructor’s signature if you are adding a course after the first week of class.
  4. Obtain the Dean for Academic Services’ signature if you are adding a class during the second week of class or later. (The Dean’s signature, in addition to the instructor’s signature, is required to process the schedule change during the second week of classes.)
  5. Complete a Drop/Add Slip when dropping or adding a class. Changes in registration/schedule must be submitted in writing. Failing to do so can impact grades, financial aid, veterans’ benefits or other support services. Failing to follow appropriate processes for dropping courses may lead to loss of financial aid or having to pay assessed tuition and fees. You are responsible for verifying that the written documentation you submit accurately reflects the intended change(s) in your schedule.

[Note: It is strongly recommended that you talk with your instructor(s) prior to dropping a course(s). In order to insure you will receive a “W” (withdrawal), you must fill out a Drop Slip; otherwise you will receive a failing grade. Do not assume that dropping a course is your only option if you are having difficulty with meeting course requirements. Your instructor may be able to recommend a plan for successful course completion. By meeting with your instructor(s), you can explore possible course completion options.]

 

 TUITION REFUND POLICY

Full Refund:
Students who officially withdraw from a course or all courses for which they have registered during a semester in the academic year would be eligible for a full refund if they withdraw prior to the start of the semester, prior to the first day of class with a delayed start, or during the first week of classes designated as the initial Add-Drop Period. Official withdrawal action requires that the student complete and sign the designated form and return it to Learner Support Services. Any other course(s) for which the student is registered during the semester or term shall not be affected by this action.

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Partial Refund:
Students, who officially withdraw from all courses after the “full refund” period described above, shall be eligible to receive a refund of regular fees in accordance with the following schedule:

Academic Year (Per Semester)

During 2nd Week

90%

During 3rd & 4th Week

70%

During 5th & 6th Week

50%

7th Week and After

No Refund

Summer & Non-Traditional Periods

During first 7% of term

100%

From 8% to 13%

90%

From 14% to 25%

70%

From 26% to 38%

50%

After 38% of term

No Refund

If the percentage calculation identifies a partial day, the entire day will be included in the higher refund period.

Brokered Courses:
Students who are enrolled in brokered courses shall be subject to the Refund Policy and Schedules of the originating institution. This applies to all Virginia courses and is described in the Academic Calendar.

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WORKFORCE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
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Workforce Education services include a broad spectrum of continuing education services, custom-designed contracted instruction, partnerships with  local school systems and social service agencies, consulting services, grant management and other outreach services for employers in the College’s District.
Eastern collaborates with businesses, local and regional government, social service agencies, economic development authorities and labor organizations to fulfill the educational component of community and economic development initiatives.
Programming is provided and customized for worker-learners throughout the district in each of the following four categories: the emerging workforce; the current workforce; the transitional workforce; and the entrepreneurial workforce.

 Custom-Designed Contracted Instruction, Consulting and Organizational Development Services

The College develops and delivers credit and non-credit courses, short-term workshops, seminars and hands-on training to meet the needs of employers and employees.
Instruction can cover a broad array of topics provided on-site or in one of Eastern’s various partner facilities throughout the six county service district.
Trainers come from full-time faculty as well as external sources and have met the College’s rigorous standards for content expertise based primarily on relevant work experience as well as academic credentials. Employers realize significant savings since instruction is directly related to relevant work situations and organizational goals. Instruction can be designed to permit application between sessions and allow for follow-up consultation. Evaluation is tailored to measure direct impact on the employer’s business indicators based on the company’s stated goals for instruction.

 Professional Continuing Education

Short and longer term courses can be designed for groups of professionals or professional organizations  to meet requirements for licensure in various professional fields. The College is approved to offer continuing education units (CEUs) for all continuing education activities and is also approved to offer specialized professional CEUs in several professional fields. Approval from additional professional licensure bodies can be sought upon request with payment of a nominal processing charge. These courses can be offered to a closed group of participants through contracted instruction or can be publicized as open enrollment for any professional who wishes to attend. Groups or organizations wishing to access training programs approved for professional CEU credit should contact the Associate Dean for Workforce Education for more information.

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Continuing Education Unit (CEU)
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Continuing Education Unit (CEU) and Academic Credit Certification for Outside Training Upon approval from the College, organizations and businesses can have various internal training programs recognized by the College via the awarding of CEUs. In some cases, CEUs can be awarded through professional organizations for such training programs. It is also possible to have training approved for academic credit that can be applied toward a degree provided the training is evaluated to meet college level standards. Businesses, organizations and other groups who offer internal training programs should contact the Associate Dean for Workforce Education to discuss the possibility of certifying those programs for the appropriate level of college recognition.

 Community Education
[Click here for Eastern's Community
Education webpage.]

Non-credit activities designed for personal enrichment and lifelong learning are offered through Community Education. Activities are offered in collaboration with the local community, and include short-term classes, workshops, lectures, seminars, clinics, and trips that meet the cultural, civic and personal needs of the community.
 

Classes cover a variety of topic areas and include:
  • arts and crafts
  • computers
  • cooking
  • creative writing
  • dance
  • finance
  • fitness
  • foreign language
  • music
  • specialized topics related to hobbies and other special interests.

Community Education classes are:

  • scheduled at various times during the college year
  • tailored to meet the specific interests of the community
  • can be offered upon request

Contact the Community Education Program Coordinator for more information about the program and current class availability.

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CLASSES AND FEES
(Schedule and fee subject to change)

Program

Fee

Schedule

 

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Health Care Training Programs

 

 

Phlebotomy Technician

$1,599.00

Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm + 3 Saturdays 9:00 am - 3:00 pm)
for 11 weeks

Certified Nursing Assistant

 

$725.00

April and August
for 6 weeks

Medical Coding & Billing

$1,499.00

Tuesday & Thursday
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
for 11 weeks

Pharmacy Technician

$999.00

Monday & Wednesday
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
for 11 weeks

CDL Licensing

 

 

Truck Driver Training TBA 4 week training
Call for details

Continuing Education programs also include, but are not limited to:

QuickBooks

Business & Technical Writing

Command Spanish

Time Management

Microsoft Office Software

Customer Service

ServSafe™ Food Handling/Preparation

Social Work CEU courses

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We are *LΘΘKING* for instructors and volunteers to assist with classes:

  • Do you have a special skill?
  • Are you interested in teaching a class?

We are particularly seeking instructors in:

  • Computer Software Applications
  • Crafts
  • Crochet
  • Certified Exercise Instruction (Pilates, Yoga, etc.)
  • History
  • Spanish
  • AchieveGlobal Certified Curriculum

Contact Lacey Ball at 304-434-8000, or tollfree: 877-982-2322; or email: Lacey Ball .

CONTRACTED TRAINING
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Occupational Health & Safety Training

Time Management

OSHA Inspection Preparation Consultation

ServSafe™ Food Handling/Preparation

Accounting & Bookkeeping

Management Consultation

Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA)

Process Improvement Consultation

Human Resource & Legal Issues for Supervisors

Supervisory Training

Industrial Maintenance

Microsoft Office Software

Ethics

Defensive Driving

Safe Lifting

QuickBooks

Command Spanish

WorkKeys

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EASTERN'S PHILOSOPHY & GOALS

Philosophy
Central to Eastern’s mission and vision is the College’s commitment to the development of each student as a well-educated individual. Consequently, the college requires a general education core curriculum as an integral component of all degree programs. The general education curriculum is intended to provide all students, regardless of major, with knowledge and skills which serve as the foundation for lifelong learning, professional success and personal achievement. The general education program promotes the development of independent, critical and conceptual thinking skills and those skills necessary for effective communication.

The general education curriculum demonstrates the College’s commitment to provide appropriate and relevant education to enhance the growth and development of learners as they face the challenges of the 21st century.

Goals
Students who have completed the general education requirements of an associate degree will exhibit improved competencies in the following:

  • Critical Thinking Skills:
    Students will demonstrate their ability to think critically by observing critically, reading critically, planning, reflecting, analyzing, evaluating and synthesizing.
  • Oral and Written Communications
    Students will demonstrate their oral and written communication skills by listening actively, speaking effectively, and writing effectively.
  • Mathematical Skills/Competencies
    Students will demonstrate their abilities to think mathematically by applying mathematical concepts in problem-solving including estimation, computation, analysis, assimilation, application, transference and modeling strategies as needed for living in today’s and tomorrow’s world
  • Informational Access/Literacy Skills
    Students will demonstrate their inquiry and research skills by using electronic tools and non-electronic resources to acquire, process, and manage information as well as to locate, retrieve, and evaluate information
  • Scientific Inquiry and Research Skills
    Students will demonstrate their scientific inquiry and research skills by using scientific methods effectively in problem solving; posing a question to be answered or make a prediction about objects or events; using multiple lines of inquiry to collect information; organizing, evaluating, analyzing, and interpreting findings
  • A Cultural, Artistic, and Global Perspective
    Students will demonstrate cultural, artistic and global perspectives through understanding their own culture; recognizing and valuing differences among cultural groups, artistic modes, and cultural artifacts; and understanding the role of diversity in the expanding global context
  • Workforce and Citizenship Skills
    Students will demonstrate workforce and citizenship skills needed for professional success through punctuality, cooperation, negotiation, self discipline, teamwork, leadership, conflict resolution, ethics, commitment/loyalty, responsibility and accountability and by recognizing the benefits and the need for participating in lifelong learning activities and civic and community programs

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STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

The Student Government Association (SGA) of Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College is a body elected to serve the students representing their needs and interests to the college administration. The SGA provides a student voice in many of the activities, policies, and processes that govern student life.  The SGA operates under a constitution and officers elected from the student body and must be in good academic standing.

Each college or university in West Virginia has an independent Board of Governors.  The Eastern Board of Governors will determine, control, supervise, and manage the financial, business,  and educational policies and affairs of the college.  Our Board of Governors must have a student as a member in good academic standing, enrolled for college credit work and duly elected by the student body.  This representative of SGA will serve on Eastern’s Board of Governors.

A member of the SGA will be also be elected to serve as a member of the State Advisory Council of Students.  This group discusses, on a state level, issues that affect students at each college or university.  Every college or university in West Virginia has a student representative serving on this State Advisory Council.

The SGA meets monthly and provides various activities for student participation. Get involved and join your student organization today .

BOOKSTORE INFORMATION
How To Order Books Online

The West Virginia Northern Community College Bookstore is pleased to continue its partnership with Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College as the textbook supplier for the upcoming Summer and Fall 2009 semesters.

The WVNCC Bookstore is owned and operated by Barnes and Noble College Booksellers and is located in Wheeling, West Virginia.

Textbooks will be available for purchase by numerous means, and all orders will be shipped within 24 hours of receipt from our Wheeling, WV location. Textbooks can be purchased via our secure website at www.wvncc.bkstore.com, by U.S. mail or fax using our textbook reservation form, or by calling the bookstore directly. We will be equipped to accept student financial aid awards for textbook purchases for those who are eligible. Purchases may also be paid by check or credit card.

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Instructions for On-Line Ordering:

  1. Visit www.wvncc.bkstore.com .
  2. Under “Buy your textbooks online today!” and next to the “select term” box, choose the term for which you are purchasing textbooks (for classes starting in August 2009, you will need to choose the Fall 2009 term).
  3. Under the “select your department” tab, you will need to select the department for which you are purchasing textbooks. Please refer to the 3-letter department abbreviation found on your course registration form.
  4. Under the “select course number” tab, select the correct course number. Please refer to your course registration form for this information.
  5. Under the “select section number” tab, select the correct section number. Please refer to your course registration form for this information.
  6. Next, click “Continue”. If you have additional courses for which you are purchasing books, select “Add course” under “step One: find Your Course” and repeat steps 2-5. If you are ready to purchase your textbook(s), select “View Textbook List” under “Step Two: Review Your Courses”.
  7. You will now see a listing of all needed textbooks for your course. Please note that texts will be listed as “required” or “recommended”. The titles listed as required are those that are definitely needed for your course. The recommended titles are meant as supplemental study materials, and are not required to be purchased.
  8. Select whether you wish to purchase new or used textbooks, checking the appropriate boxes beside the textbooks.
  9. Click the “add to cart box and your shopping cart will appear.
  10. After reviewing your shopping cart to ensure accuracy, click on the “checkout” option of the shopping cart.
  11. Click on “Guest Checkout” and complete the information about yourself. Then, click “continue”.
  12. Under “Shipping Method”, check the box next to “shipping” and then add a shipping address and choose a shipping method.
  13. Under “Payment” and then “Credit Card” complete the credit card information OR if you are using financial aid to purchase textbooks, under “Student Financial Aid” and “Student ID”, place the last four digits of your social security number in the box provided. Then, click “Continue”.
  14. Finally, verify your order and once you are satisfied with its contents, click on the “submit order” box.

PLEASE NOTE: The shopping cart will show the order total with new textbook prices only. If you indicated that you would prefer used textbooks to new textbooks, we will fill your order with used textbooks if they are available. You will receive a confirming e-mail when your order is shipped indicating which titles were available as used textbooks and the final dollar amount of your order.

SHIPPING NOTES: All books will be shipped to your home or business address. The address must be a street address, not a PO Box. Books will be shipped in 48 hours excluding weekends.

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DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES INFORMATION

Purpose: to comply with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989 and the Drug-Free Work Place Act of 1988.

Scope and Applicability: This issuance applies to the entire College community, including students, faculty, staff, administrators and visitors to the campuses.

Standards of Conduct: The unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use of illicit drugs and alcohol on Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College property or as a part of any college sponsored function is prohibited. Reporting to work, class, or any college sponsored function under the influence of alcohol or illicit drugs is prohibited.

Disciplinary Sanctions: The College will impose disciplinary sanctions on students and employees consistent with local, state, and federal laws for violation of these standards of conduct outlined above. All persons should be aware that violations could result in expulsion from school, termination of employment, or referral for prosecution.

Federal Trafficking Penalties: include substantial fines and imprisonment up to life.

West Virginia Law: provides penalties dependent upon the classification of the controlled substance, the particular activity involved, and whether multiple convictions are involved. Under WV law, the most severe penalties for drug violations are for possession with intent to sell. On a first offense conviction, one may receive a fine of up to $25,000 and/or imprisonment for 15 years. Sanctions for violations of state alcohol laws vary according to the severity of the offense, with the minimum vehicular violation calling for imprisonment in the county jail for 24 hours, and a $500 fine.

College Sanctions: will be imposed consistent with procedures used in disciplinary actions. Sanctions for employees may include oral warning, written reprimand, suspension, termination and referral for prosecution. Disciplinary sanctions for students may include reprimand, probation, suspension, expulsion, and referral for prosecution.

Health Risks: Substance abuse and drug dependency are problems of staggering proportions in our society today. They are the leading cause of preventable illness, disability, and death in the U.S. and are estimated to afflict 25.5 million Americans. While alcoholism may develop in anyone, it tends to first appear between the ages of 20 and 40 and is more prevalent in persons with a family history of alcoholism. The number increases dramatically when one considers the harm done to the families of substance abusers as well as those injured or killed by intoxicated drivers or in drug-related work accidents. Alcohol abuse is often characterized by one of three different patterns: (1) regular and daily use, (2) drinking large amounts of alcohol at specific or irregular intervals, or (3) periods of sobriety interspersed by periods of heavy drinking. The disorder is progressive and can be fatal. If you recognize any tendencies toward alcohol abuse, please seek help as outlined below.

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Narcotics: (including opium, morphine, codeine, heroin, and others) – physical addiction, loss of awareness, respiratory restriction, and possible death.

Depressants: (including barbiturates, Quaaludes, and others) – slurred speech, disorientation, shallow respiration, coma likely with overdose.

Stimulants: (including cocaine, amphetamines, and others) – increased heart rate and blood pressure, possibly leading to death, increased excitation, loss of appetite.

Hallucinogens: (including LSD, “mushrooms”, PCP, mescaline, and others) – illusions and hallucinations, poor perception of time and distance, psychotic and unpredictable behavior, often leading to injury and arrest. Symptoms may reappear some time after use.

Cannabis: (marijuana, hashish, THC, and others) – Unrealistic euphoria, diminished inhibitions, disoriented behavior, diminished motivation, increased pulse.

Counseling and Assistance: Assistance and information concerning substance abuse and its treatment may be obtained from the counselor’s office at the college campus. Also available to employees, students, and others are services from the following agencies: Potomac Highlands Guild, Inc. 1-800-545-HELP Appalachian Community Mental Health (Hardy, Grant, Hampshire, Mineral and Pendleton) 1-888-357-3232 or 304-478-2764 (Tucker County)

Disclaimer: Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College, in providing the list of counseling, treatment, and rehabilitation programs, is in no way affiliated with these agencies. Eastern cannot accept liability for any services, treatment, or counseling provided by these agencies or their employees or any acts of misfeasance, nonfeasance, or malfeasance by same. The individual or his/her parent or guardian should conduct checks or reviews of these agencies to determine if they meet the needs of the individual.

Acknowledgement: Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College wishes to acknowledge the following institutions and/or documents in the preparation of this Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program. West Virginia State College, Marshall University, Yale University, Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1989, the Federal Register 34 CFR Part 86, the West Virginia Code, and other materials.

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EASTERN'S COMMITMENT

Eastern is committed to providing services for the economic and cultural well being of the residents in its six county district. The College provides a full array of programs and services that address West Virginia’s goals for postsecondary education. Programs are offered on and off-campus, at the work site, in the public schools, and at times convenient for community residents. Eastern maintains formal relationships with accredited colleges and universities to provide students with degree completion and coordinated learning opportunities through brokering courses and programs and use of the latest technology. Central to the core of its mission, the College provides degrees, courses and workforce development programs to:

  • Encourage citizens to pursue a life-time of learning
  • Serve as instruments of economic development
  • Meet the needs of employers

CONSUMER INFORMATION

Information contained in this publication was correct at the time of printing. Eastern reserves the right to make changes without prior notice or obligation to information contained in this publication. Courses in this schedule have been developed or certified by Southern West Virginia Community & Technical College.
Eastern is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association. The Commission's phone number is (800) 621-7440.
Eastern complies with the regulations of the Federal Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, as amended. Any student who does not want certain information released must state it in writing to the Dean for Learner Support Services each academic year.
Students may obtain a Release of Information form from the Learner Support Offices located at
316 Eastern Drive [<--click for directions] in Moorefield, or by calling (304) 434-800 or toll free at 1-877-982-2322. Eastern adheres to its established policies, regulations and procedures as they relate to College functions including, but not limited to Academic & Learner Support Services.

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Equal Opportunity Policy

Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College, pursuant to the requirements of Titles IV, VI, VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendment of 1972, Section 504 of the rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, does not discriminate against applicants, employees or students on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, age or national origin in its employment policies and/or educational programs or activities, including admission to such.