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SUMMER 2021 See back page for important information regarding instruction methods for online classes. First Six-Week Session begins Monday, June 21 Eight-Week Session begins Monday, June 21 Second Six-Week Session begins Tuesday, July 6 Stay connected with Compton College:
STEPS TO ENROLLMENT New students are required to complete all the Steps to Enrollment prior to registering for classes at Compton College. APPLY FOR ADMISSION www.compton.edu/Admission Take the first step – it’s fast and easy! Complete and submit your free application online. • New and returning students (those with an absence of two consecutive primary terms: fall or Summer semesters; excluding summer and winter terms) must complete an online application for admission. • A Student ID number and Compton College email account will be issued and emailed upon completion of the online application. Students must activate their account using instructions provided in the email. • Official transcripts from all accredited colleges and trade schools attended must be submitted to the Admissions & Records Office (Building A). Students applying for Advanced Placement (AP) credit must submit official copy of AP scores. FINANCIAL AID www.compton.edu/FinancialAid Need help paying for college? Apply for financial aid by completing the: • Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) www.fafsa.ed.gov/ using school code 042817 for Compton College. • California Dream Act Application (CADAA) for eligible AB 540 students https://dream.csac.ca.gov. Use Compton College school code 04281700. • A variety of scholarships are also available: www.compton.edu/district/foundation/scholarships. • For assistance with financial aid applications or more information, call 310-900-1600, ext. 2935, or send an email to financialaid@ compton.edu ORIENTATION www.compton.edu/Orientation Orientation provides an introduction to academic programs and support services to help you succeed. • Orientation is only offered online via the MyCompton portal. Students must have an activated Compton College student email account to access the online Orientation. For more information, call the Welcome Center, 310-900-1600, ext. 2765, or send an email to email@example.com. www.compton.edu/EducationalPlanning EDUCATIONAL PLANNING Focus on your goal! Meet with a counselor and complete an educational plan to identify classes that are required to complete your certificate, degree or transfer program. • English and math placement must be completed before registering for classes. Scan the QR code at right for a survey about your high school coursework, or complete the survey online at: bit.ly/Level_Up_Survey. • Create an Educational Plan • For appointment information, call the Counseling Office at 310-900-1600, ext. 2076. REGISTER FOR CLASSES www.compton.edu/RegisterForClasses Ready to register for classes? Login to MyCompton and register for classes on or after your assigned Ticket Time (registration appointment). • Registration is based on a priority system. Registration Priorities information is available online: www.compton.edu/studentservices/admissionandrecords/HowtoRegister. You can complete the Steps to Enrollment from the comfort of your home by joining a virtual workshop. Virtual Steps to Enrollment workshops are available Monday-Friday: bit.ly/Virtual-Steps-Enroll.
COMPTON CALENDAR COLLEGEAND • SUMMER FEES 2021 3 Summer 2021 Table of Contents Summer 2021 Registration Begins..........................................................Tuesday, April 27, 2021 Financial Aid.............................................5 Parking, Traffic and Safety........................6 First Six-Week Session Begins........................................................ Monday June 21, 2021 Student Right to Know..............................7 First Day to Apply for Graduation and Certificates (Summer)...............................Monday, June 21, 2021 Summer 2021 Class Schedule............9 Last Day to Drop and be Eligible for a Refund.....................................................Thursday, June 24, 2021 Nursing Classes.......................................13 Last Day to Add...................................................................................................Thursday, June 24, 2021 Offsite Classes........................................ 13 Last Day to Drop Without Notation on Permanent Record.................................Thursday, June 24, 2021 Independence Day Holiday Observed (Campus Closed)...........................................Monday, July 5, 2021 Register Online Your Compton College student email is Last Day to Drop with a “W” (Full Semester Courses)............................................Tuesday, July 20, 2021 your login to the MyCompton portal. First Six-Weeks Ends............................................................................................. Thursday, July 29, 2021 You will need to use the following temporary password to get access: Eight-Week Session Begins........................................................... Monday, June 21, 2021 AaYYMMDD! (YY=last two digits of birth Last Day to Drop and be Eligible for a Refund.......................................................Monday, June 28, 2021 year, MM=two-digit month, DD=two-digit day) followed by an exclamation (!) mark. Last Day to Add.....................................................................................................Monday, June 28, 2021 You will be prompted to create a new Last Day to Drop Without Notation on Permanent Record...................................Monday, June 28, 2021 password and to authenticate your account. Independence Day Holiday Observed (Campus Closed)......................................... Thursday, July 5, 2021 Last Day to Drop with a “W” (Full Semester Courses).......................................... Thursday, July 29, 2021 Waitlist Students on a waitlist for a class must Eight Weeks Ends............................................................................................Thursday, August 12, 2021 check their @compton.edu email daily to find out if a space becomes available in Second Six-Week Session Begins...................................................... Tuesday, July 6, 2021 the class. If a space becomes available, Last Day to Drop and be Eligible for a Refund........................................................Monday, July 12, 2021 an email is sent to the student with a specified time to register for the class. Last Day to Add......................................................................................................Monday, July 12, 2021 Students will not be automatically added Last Day to Drop Without Notation on Permanent Record....................................Monday, July 12, 2021 to the class. The waitlist time periods are Last Day to Apply for Graduation and Certificates (Summer).............................. Thursday, July 23, 2021 listed below: • 48 hours to add the class for Winter Last Day to Drop with a “W” (Full Semester Courses).........................................Tuesday, August 3, 2021 and Summer terms; and Second Six-Week Session Ends........................................................................Thursday, August 12, 2021 • 72 hours for Summer and Fall semesters Log in to the MyCompton portal and select “Register” to add the class to your Fees schedule. If you do not register for the class within the allotted time you will www.compton.edu/campusinformation/fees be removed from the waitlist. Waitlisted Enrollment Fee........................................................ $46 for each credit unit students admitted to the class must pay Health Fee..................................................................... $19 per semester / $16 per term those class fees by the posted deadline. Non-Resident Tuition (subject to change).......... $285 per unit plus $46 per unit Credit by Examination..................................................................................... $46 per unit Add or Drop Classes Auditing.................................................................................................................$15 per unit TO ADD A CLASS Transcripts (first two free)....................................................................................... $6 each Students can add classes online without College Catalog...................... $5 (available for purchase through the Bookstore) an add code until the day before the first Student Activities Fee* (optional)...............................$10 per Fall/Spring semester class meeting. After the first class meeting, an Add Authorization Code is needed to Student Representation Fee........................................... $2 per Fall/Spring semester register for the class. Classes are added ALL FEES SUBJECT TO CHANGE through the MyCompton student portal: • Go to www.compton.edu, click on Students are required to pay fees within ten (10) days of their enrollment MyCompton (top right corner) in courses (Administrative Regulation 5031 – Fees) • Log in with username and password For your convenience, we offer two ways to pay your fees: • Click on the STUDENT SERVICES button • Pay online! Just go to www.compton.edu and click on MyCompton. • Select the REGISTRATION AND • Mail a check or money order to Compton Community College District, Bursar’s PLANNING link on the left-hand side Office; 1111 East Artesia Boulevard, Compton, CA 90221. • Click REGISTER FOR CLASSES link *Students may opt-out of the Student Activities Fee within the first two weeks of the semester by • Search for classes by a variety of emailing the Office of Student Development at firstname.lastname@example.org. options (Subject, CRN, Day, Time, etc.) The Compton Community College District is committed to providing an educational and employment environment in which no person is subjected to discrimination on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, creed, age (over 40), disability (mental or physical), sex, gender (including pregnancy and childbirth), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, military and veteran status, or retaliation; or on any other basis as required by state and federal law.
4 REGISTRATION INFORMATION • Select a class to add to your schedule student services. by clicking the ADD button Click on the MyCompton icon to Refund of Fees • Click the SUBMIT button on the bottom activate your Office 365 account. Students must drop their classes right to add the class to your schedule through the online system, at MyCompton • When adding the class with an Add Office 365 and MyCompton Assistance according to the following schedule: Authorization Code, you will be Support videos are available for help prompted to enter the Add Code. activating your Office 365 account and • Thursday, June 24, 2021 for 100% refund Before adding, drop the classes you logging in to MyCompton. Refund checks will be mailed before are no longer taking. If you have a time Need help logging into MyCompton? the end of the semester. Address conflict (e.g., a class you are enrolled in Call the Helpdesk: 310-900-1234. changes should be promptly updated overlaps by one minute or more with a by submitting a Change of Address course you are trying to add), you will Open Enrollment form to the Admissions & Records not be able to add the new class. An Unless specifically exempted by statute, Office or through the online system, at Add Code only works for one student every course, course section, or class, MyCompton. The form is available online • Students have until 11:59 p.m. on the wherever offered and maintained by the at www.compton.edu/studentservices/ date(s) listed in the Summer 2021 District, shall be fully open to enrollment admissionandrecords/Forms.aspx. Calendar, available on page 3 of this and participation by any person who schedule, to add or drop classes. has been admitted to Compton College Non-Resident Refunds and who meets such prerequisites as To receive a refund of your non- TO DROP A CLASS may be established pursuant to Article resident tuition, you must drop your 1. Go to www.compton.edu and click on 2.5 (commencing with Section 55200) of classes through the online system or MyCompton Subchapter 1 of Chapter 6 of Division 6 of Admissions & Records Office according 2. Login with username and password Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations. to the following schedule. 3. Click on the STUDENT SERVICES button 4. Click DRP CLASS or REMOVE SECTION Unit Limitations Summer 2021: • Thursday, June 24, 2021 for 100% refund FROM WAITLIST The student’s program of studies will 5. Check the box of the class you wish to drop vary according to individual needs and objectives. The maximum full-time Admissions Requirements Any person over the age of 18 or 6. Click DROP from the drop-down menu student program for a semester is 18 units possessing a high school diploma or its 7. Click SUBMIT (Note: once you click without a physical education class and equivalent from the USA or other nation submit there is no going back. If you 19 units with a physical education class. shall be admitted unless prohibited by drop a class in error, you will need The maximum program of study for a six- law. If under the age of 18, students will to contact the instructor as soon as week summer session is eight units. The qualify if they have 1) graduated from possible to request a reinstatement.) maximum program for an eight-week high school or 2) passed the California 8. Once you successfully drop the summer session is nine units if one unit is High School Proficiency Examination. class, review your class schedule physical education. For the winter term, Compton College may admit as a special (scroll to the bottom of the screen the maximum program of study is seven part-time or special full-time student to view the updated schedule) to units. A student wishing to take more than anyone in grades 11 or 12 who, in the make sure the class was dropped. the maximum units may file an Overload opinion of the college president, may For more information and to view Petition through the Admissions & benefit from instruction. Drop Policies, please visit www. Records Office. Students must have Concurrently enrolled 11th- and 12th- c o m p t o n . e d u /s t u d e n t s e r v i c e s / completed at least 15 transferable units grade students must comply with all admissionandrecords/drop-a-class. in one semester at Compton College policies, follow all procedures, and with a 2.75 grade-point average and meet all requirements by the published MyCompton Portal and an overall grade-point average of 2.5 or higher to be eligible for an overload. deadlines for each semester and/or term. @compton.edu Email Attendance As a Compton College student, you are Fees and Fee Holds Students who enroll in a class but assigned a free student email account Students are required to pay fees do not attend the first scheduled class through Microsoft’s Office 365 for within ten (10) days of their enrollment meeting may be dropped from the roster. Education. Your student email address in courses (AR-5031). A non-payment Additionally, their place in the class will be acts as your login to your Office 365 hold may be placed on a student record given to students on the waiting list. If an account and the MyCompton portal. if registration fees are past due. This illness or emergency prevents a student MyCompton is our online portal that hold will prevent the student from from attending the first class session, the allows you to view your registration date, registering or adding additional courses student must contact the instructor. A register for classes, access your student for the next and/or future semesters. student who registers for a class and never email, add or drop classes, purchase attends is still responsible for dropping the a parking permit, pay fees, view your Removing a Fee Hold class. Failure to properly drop a class by the financial aid status, and much more. To register for classes in an upcoming appropriate deadline may result in a “W” You are required to activate your semester or intersession, all fees must and may hold the student responsible for Office 365 account in order to log in to be paid before registration begins. A fee any and all fees associated with the class. the MyCompton portal, where you may hold is automatically removed once the The burden of proof is on the student. register for classes and access additional balance is paid in full.
COMPTON REGISTRATION COLLEGE INFORMATION • SUMMER 2021 5 Students who want to transfer to California Residency a different section must complete a Financial Aid Programs California State Assembly Bill 540 Section-Level Transfer form located online Compton College School Codes: (AB540) allows any student who meets at www.compton.edu/studentservices/ FAFSA - 042817 all of the following requirements to be admissionandrecords/Forms.aspx. Dream Act - 04281700 exempt from paying nonresident tuition Compton College offers financial at California Community Colleges, the Student Records assistance to students through the California State University (CSU), and the Congress has provided in the “Family Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental University of California (UC). Education Rights and Privacy Act” (FERPA) Educational Opportunity Grant, Cal 1. The student must have attended a high that students have certain rights of Grants B & C, Student Success Completion school (public or private) in California access to their education records. A copy Grant (SSCG), Full-time Student Success for three or more years or have attained of the Act is located in the Library. Please Grant, Federal Work Study, Chaffee Grant, credits equivalent to three or more contact the Admissions and Records and the California College Promise Grant, years of high school coursework and a Office for any information regarding your and other state grants. combination of three or more years at rights under the Act. Apply for financial aid by completing a California elementary or secondary the Free Application for Federal Student school and High School Students Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov. If 2. The student must have graduated By law, Compton College may restrict you are a California Dream Act Student from a California high school K-12 enrollment based on any of (AB540), complete the California Dream (public or private) or attained the the following: age, grade, academic Act Application (CADAA), in lieu of the equivalent (e.g., General Educational preparation, seat availability or FAFSA, at dream.csac.ca.gov. Development - GED or California High registration priority. Compton College Best times to apply - October 1 to March School Proficiency Exam) prior to the will grant college credit for completed 2; however, you may apply anytime. start of the term at Compton College. coursework. Students should consult their Apply for the California College Promise A student who meets the above school counselor and/or school district Grant by completing the FAFSA or CADAA. requirements must file an affidavit with the policy on enrolling in college classes to Please note that the California College Admissions & Records Office at Compton earn high school credits or dual credit. Promise Grant only covers enrollment College stating that he/ she has an Students - When you enroll in classes fees; students may be responsible to pay application to legalize his/ her immigration at Compton College, you are considered other fees including the health, student status or will file an application as soon as a college student and are expected representation, and student activities fees. he/she is eligible to do so. In addition to the to act accordingly. Please familiarize Ensure that you are also meeting the affidavit, the student must also provide an yourself with Compton College policies, Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy. official high school transcript that clearly procedures, the college calendar, and (SAP is determined at the end of each shows attendance in all semesters and your rights as a student by reading the semester for the subsequent semester.) the date of high school graduation. If the class schedule and purchasing a college To maintain eligibility for the California student attended more than one California catalog from the Bookstore. College Promise Grant, students must high school, then official transcripts from Parents - when your child enrolls in meet academic and progress standards all high schools must be provided. If the classes at Compton College, you lose some by maintaining a cumulative grade-point student graduated through equivalency rights afforded you by the K-12 system. As average (GPA) of 2.0 and must complete as mentioned above, then proof must be per FERPA (Family Educational Rights and more than 50% of units attempted. provided. Privacy Act), any business you conduct For additional information, contact Student information obtained in this on behalf of your college student must the Financial Aid Office. Call 310-900- process is strictly confidential unless be with the student’s written consent. 1600, ext. 2935, or email financialaid@ disclosure is required under the law. You, the parent, will need a note from compton.edu. Students who meet the criteria will be your child to access private educational exempted from the payment of nonresident records or to act on his or her behalf. Health Services Fee tuition but will not be classified as “California The Student Health Center is open by Residents.” Students will continue to be Equivalent Courses appointment only; no walk-ins. Please call classified as “Nonresidents.” Students who Courses completed at other colleges 213-226-7480 to make an appointment. are in the United States under a student or and universities may be used to meet a Free COVID-19 tests and vaccines, as well visitor visa are not eligible. prerequisite. Some high school courses, as stated in the catalog, may also be used Drops and Withdrawals to meet a prerequisite. Students who have It is the student’s responsibility to process completed equivalent courses at another an official withdrawal from class. Failure college or in high school must have copies to do so may result in a letter grade of A of necessary transcripts. Do not delay. Order through F. A student who fails to properly transcripts and clear prerequisites prior to register or add a class will NOT receive credit registration. Clearance for an equivalent for that class. Adding after the deadline course may be obtained electronically. is prohibited. If a student drops after the Additional information is available online refund deadline, fees for the classes are at www.compton.edu/studentservices/ forfeited. Any class subsequently added supportservices/counseling/Prerequisite_ will require additional fees. Clearance_Request.
6 REGISTRATION INFORMATION / STUDENT SERVICES as flu shots are available by appointment Development at studentdevelopment@ photo IDs to students or employees. for currently enrolled students who paid compton.edu. Students can verify they are currently the Health Services Fee. Students who opted out of the fee enrolled by providing the following: Students must pay $19 each semester can pay the fee at any time during the 1. Proof you are taking classes - a copy of (and $16 per term) to cover the operation, semester. Students who pay the Student your class schedule, which is available supervision, programs, and services of Activities Fee are entitled to Associated on MyCompton (free and can be the Compton College Student Health Student Body (ASB) incentives, which accessed 24/7) AND Center. provides a variety of benefits including 2. Government-issued photo ID - Exception: Students who depend free or discounted admission to ASB- examples include state ID, driver’s exclusively upon prayer for healing in sponsored events and free entry to all license, passport, etc. accordance with the teachings of a bona Tartar Athletic home events. fide religious sect, denomination or Students who pay the Student Activities Transcripts organization. Fee are also eligible to receive exclusive A transcript of the student’s academic Exempted: Part-time dual-enrolled ASB promotional items. record at Compton College may be high school students are not required to requested online at www.compton.edu/ pay the Health Services Fee. Student Representation Fee studentservices/admissionandrecords/ Refund: Students who withdraw from The Student Representation Fee is a $2 transcripts.aspx. College work from other all courses prior to the close of the second charge collected at the time of registration colleges will not be included on the week of the term will be eligible for a (fall and spring semesters only) for Compton College transcript. Academic refund of the Health Services Fee. Forms each enrolled student for purposes of transcripts and documents from other to request a refund may be obtained providing student governmental affairs colleges must be requested from those by emailing the Office of Student representatives the means to express colleges. The first two Compton College Development at studentdevelopment@ their positions and viewpoints before transcripts are free. compton.edu. city, county, district, state, and federal government as well as other public Bookstore Scholarships agencies. The $2 Student Representation Textbooks may be purchased online at These awards are granted to students who Fee is used by the Associated Student www.efollett.com. best fit the requirements established for Body of Compton College and the each scholarship. For a list of scholarships, Student Senate of California Community Refund Policy information as to their requirements, and Colleges to advocate and lobby for Merchandise must be in new condition, application forms and deadlines, please legislative issues that affect and benefit in a sealed package, clean and free of all contact the Financial Aid Office. community colleges and community markings and bearing all original tags. A college students both at the state and 10% restocking fee may be assessed on Student Activities Fee federal level. The fee is regulated by the all refunds. Textbooks can be returned for All students are charged the $10 California Education Code 76060.5. a full refund within the first week of the Student Activities Fee when they register Any student wishing not to pay the Summer and fall semesters. Textbooks for fall and spring classes. ASB Stickers Student Representation Fee may request purchased for summer and winter terms will not be distributed during the campus to waive the fee with the Admissions have three days from the start of classes closure, verification of payment will be & Records Office. The request must be to return for a full refund. Textbooks must done through the student’s financial submitted prior to the earliest refund be in the same condition as purchased account summary. Students may opt deadline for the student’s enrolled classes. and must be accompanied by a register out of the Student Activities Fee (also receipt for a full refund. referred to as the ASB Sticker) within the Student ID Card first two weeks of the semester. During the campus closure, the Office of Children in Classrooms To opt out, email the Office of Student Student Development will not be issuing Children are not permitted in classrooms while class is in session. Attendance in class is limited to officially enrolled students and authorized visitors or authorized guests only. In addition, students shall not allow children to be left unattended or unsupervised anywhere at Compton College. Counseling/Advisement Counseling services are made available to students through drop-in advisement or scheduled appointments. Appointments to meet with a counselor are made three weeks in advance. Counseling appointments are available online at www.compton.edu/ studentservices/supportservices/counseling/ counseling- appointments. A student who has selected a major
REGISTRATION INFORMATION / STUDENT SERVICES 7 area of study is strongly encouraged For more information, email library@ The temporary suspension of Board Policy to see one of the counselors assigned compton.edu, or visit the library 6750 – Parking, is effective through August to that Guided Pathway Division. An homepage www.compton.edu/library/ 12, 2021. undeclared or undecided student may to chat with a librarian. see any counselor • Parking availability is subject to Students can virtually drop-in the Student Success Center change, and lots may be closed or same day and meet with a Counselor The SSC includes the Multidisciplinary restricted for special events. for quick questions www.compton. Lab and the SSC Tutorial Program. All SSC • The basic speed limit is 15 mph in all edu/studentservices/supportservices/ services are free for currently enrolled posted areas. counseling/counseling_virtual_drop_in. Compton College students. SSC drop-in • The use of skateboards, scooters, Students who believe they have met tutoring has been moved to the Zoom roller skates and bicycles is not a prerequisite for a course can email Conference platform. In person tutoring permitted on campus. It is a violation email@example.com and have services and computer lab use will be of California Vehicle Code section their prerequisite(s) cleared and register available by appointment only (please 21113(F) to operate those items for class(es). For additional information check SSC webpage for specific days/ please visit the Counseling webpage. times). Students must visit the SSC webpage Safety Reminders Library (www.compton.edu/library/ssc/) to The safety and well-being of The Library’s collection includes access online tutoring schedules, students, faculty, staff and visitors print and electronic books, audiovisual instructions, tutorials, and other free is always a primary concern at materials, periodicals, and multiple web-based academic support services. Compton College. databases. During campus closure due For more information, or to get in to COVID-19, items currently available for contact with an SSC staff member, email • In an emergency, contact campus loan are limited to electronic materials, firstname.lastname@example.org. police 24/7 by calling 911 from any accessible with login credentials phone on campus; or by calling provided by the Library. Library services Campus Police 310-900-1600, ext. 2799 from can be found in the Canvas Student Hub. Parking and Traffic Enforcement a cell phone. In person library services will be available The Vehicle Code Laws of the State of by appointment only (please check California, the ordinances of Los Angeles • Immediately report any suspicious website for specific days/times). County, and the Traffic and Parking activity to campus police. Regulations of the Compton Community College District (CCCD) are • First aid, as well as help in all in effect 24 hours per day, seven days per emergency situations, is provided week including weekends and holidays, through the police department. unless otherwise specified*, and are Receive campus safety enforced by the Compton College Police Department pursuant to section Campus Police information instantly via text message or email: 21113 (a) (c) (f) of the California Vehicle Code. Compton College Police will issue Contact Information citations to violators of these regulations. Non-Emergencies: Simply text CCPD1 to 888777 and Parking violations are a minimum of $40. 310-900-1600, ext. 2790 receive real-time alerts directly from Compton College Campus Police. *At this time, Compton College parking Emergencies and After-Hours: 911 permits are not required to park on campus. Student Right to Know Information The Compton College Police Department provides professional law enforcement services to Compton College. The police department is located in the Public Safety Building, at the Artesia Entrance to campus. The police department also provides first aid services in emergency situations. The police department is open 24 hours per day and may be reached by calling 310-900- 1600, ext. 2799. In accordance with the Federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Compton College Police Department has posted the Compton College Annual Security Report, and all required statistical data on the police department webpage: www.compton.edu/adminandoperations/campuspolice/CampusSecurityStatistics. This information is also available in printed form in the lobby of the Police Department, Library-Student Success Center, Administration, Student Development, Bookstore, and can be mailed upon request. Student Right-to-Know Rates In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act of 1990 (Public Law 101-542), it is the policy of our college district to make available its completion and transfer rates to all current and prospective students. Summer 2021 Cohort rates are available here: http://srtk.cccco.edu/711//srtk20.htm.
8 REGISTRATION INFORMATION / STUDENT SERVICES (motorized or nonmotorized) on campus. Sexual and Gender-Based Unlawful Discrimination • The CCCD shall not be liable for the loss or damage caused to any vehicle Misconduct Complaints It is the policy of Compton College Compton College affirms its policy to parked in a district parking lot. to provide an education, employment, provide an educational and employment and environment free from sexual environment in which no person shall be Disabled Persons Parking and gender-based misconduct. Sexual unlawfully denied admission, access or Students/visitors with disabilities who and gender-based misconduct is any benefit to, or employment in any program have been issued a DMV Disabled Person unwelcome gender or sex-based verbal or activity that is administered, funded (DP) placard may park in any designated or physical conduct that may or may not directly by, or that receives financial disabled person stall. Failure to display be sexual in nature. This includes sexual assistance from the State Chancellor the DP placard will result in the issuance assault, domestic and dating violence, or Board of Governors of the California of a citation. See California Code of stalking, and sexual harassment such as Community Colleges on the basis of Regulations - Title 5, Section 54100; Ed unwelcome sexual advances, requests race, color, national origin, sex and Code 67301(a). for sexual favors, and any other unlawful gender (including sexual harassment, sexual or gender-based conduct or sexual orientation, and gender identity), Lost Property communication as defined and otherwise disability, and age as required by Title If you have lost property at Compton prohibited by law. VI, Title IX, Section 504, and the Age College, please stop by the Public Safety Sexual and gender-based misconduct Discrimination Act. Students or employees Building (located at the Artesia Blvd. violates the policy of the District with questions, concerns, or complaints of entrance to campus). Lost property not and provisions of the California Fair unlawful discrimination may contact and/ claimed within 90 days is disposed of in Employment Act, Education Code, or file a complaint with these offices: accordance with district policy. and Title IX law. Sexual and gender- based misconduct shall be immediately Students Campus Safety reported to the District’s Title IX • Compton College Equal Employment The Compton College Police Coordinator. Reports can be made online Officer: Tina Kuperman, Director of Department is committed to providing by completing an Incident Report & Diversity, Compliance, and Title IX (310) a safe campus environment, including Referral Form at https://cm.maxient.com/ 900-1600, ext. 2144 crime prevention and personal safety, reportingform.php?ComptonCollege. • California Community Colleges System for its students, faculty, and visitors. Detailed information, including applicable Office, Attention: Legal Affairs Division: Compton College Police patrol the District policies and regulations, is 1102 Q Street, Suite 4400, Sacramento, campus 24 hours a day, and 365 days a available online at www.compton.edu/ CA 95811 year. The officers, and support staff are district/board_of_trustees/policies_and_ • U.S. Department of Education, Office available to provide professional service procedures and in the Office of Human for Civil Rights, San Francisco Office: 50 to the campus community. Resources located on campus at C-38. Beale Street, Suite 7200, San Francisco, CA 94105 Compton Community College District Board of Trustees Sonia Lopez (Trustee Area 3) President Sharoni Little (Trustee Area 5) Vice President Barbara Calhoun (Trustee Area 2) Clerk Deborah LeBlanc (Trustee Area 4) Member Andres Ramos (Trustee Area 1) Member
COMPTON COLLEGE • SUMMER 2021 9 FULL-TERM (8 WEEK) SESSION Monday, June 21 - Thursday, August 12, 2021 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location Anatomy 132 General Human Anatomy 50440 Hassan Elfarissi Lecture and Lab MTWR 0700-0805 CANVAS MTWR 0815-1125 CANVAS 132 General Human Anatomy 50442 Peter Poon Lecture and Lab MTWR 1300-1405 CANVAS MTWR 1415-1725 CANVAS 132 General Human Anatomy 50446 Emma Adams Lecture and Lab MTWR 1745-1850 CANVAS MTWR 1900-2210 CANVAS 132 General Human Anatomy 50447 Amir Jahani Lecture and Lab MTWR 1745-1850 CANVAS MTWR 1900-2210 CANVAS Auto Collision and Repair For ACRP classes, students will be expected to be on campus for in-person lab instruction at the times specified and noted as meeting in the Vocational Technology Building. A notification from your instructor will be provided to clarify meeting expectations. 142 Beg Auto Collision Repair II 50652 Brent Kooiman Lecture and Lab MW 0800-1010 VT 187 MW 1020-1835 VT 187 Biology 101 Principles of Biology I 50457 Rajinder Sidhu Lecture and Lab MTWR 1200-1335 CANVAS MTWR 1345-1655 CANVAS 115 Environ Aspects Biology 50595 Donna Khalid Online Lec Chemistry 102 Fundamentals of Chemistry 50458 Gautam Dhar Lecture and Lab MTWR 0800-1005 CANVAS MTWR 1015-1145 CANVAS 102 Fundamentals of Chemistry 50459 Karla Coti Lecture and Lab MTWR 1800-2005 CANVAS MTWR 2015-2145 CANVAS 152 General Chemistry II 50460 Schetema Nealy Lecture and Lab MTWR 0800-0935 CANVAS MTWR 0945-1255 CANVAS Cosmetology For COSM classes, students will be expected to be on campus for in-person lab instruction at the times specified and noted as meeting in Tartar Village 1 (TV-1). A notification from your instructor will be provided to clarify meeting expectations. 125 Cosmetology Applications 50533 Lynda Wilkerson Lecture and Lab MT 1700-2210 CANVAS WR 1700-2210 TV 1 130 Adv Cosmetology Applicatn 50508 Stephen Ellis Lecture and Lab MTWR 0800-0850 CANVAS MTWR 0900-1205 CANVAS MTWR 1235-1610 CANVAS Geology 101 Physical Geology 50554 Mussie Okbamichael Online Lec Mathematics 60 Elementary Geometry 50619 Ziauddin Khwaja Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1315-1525 CANVAS 65 Pre-Statistics 50620 Malinni Roeun Online Lec 65 Pre-Statistics 50621 Malinni Roeun Dist. Ed Internet Simultaneous MTWR 1315-1605 CANVAS 73 Intermediate Algebra Gen Ed 50473 Ali Abbassi Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1800-2050 CANVAS 73 Intermediate Algebra Gen Ed 50474 Donald Roach Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1030-1320 CANVAS 80 Inter Algebra for STEM 50478 Ali Abbassi Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1500-1750 CANVAS 110 Structures/Concepts in Math 50615 Evan Skorka Lecture and Lab MW 0900-1110 CANVAS TR 0900-1110 CANVAS 120 Nature of Mathematics 50616 Online Lec 140 Finite Math Bus/Soc Sciences 50617 Online Lec INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS: Lec: Students must log in to Lab: Students must log in to Online: Students may log in to Canvas Hybrid: These classes are a combination Canvas at the specified day/time Canvas at the specified day/time any day or time they choose but will need of Lec or Lab, and Online instruction with noted for the class for instruction noted for the class for instruction to login for the first time during the first some specified Zoom times. through Zoom. through Zoom. week of class to avoid being dropped. To help ensure the health and safety of the Compton College campus community and the public, face coverings are required to be worn while Low Cost Textbooks or Zero Cost Textbooks on campus. Upon entry to campus, all individuals will have their temperature screened. Employees and students must complete an online (OER) - Learn more about textbook wellness questionnaire prior to their arrival on campus and submit monthly COVID-19 test results to the Office of Human Resources. Testing information and detailed entry-to-campus-protocol will be emailed to students enrolled in classes that require in-person instruction. affordability at www.compton.edu.
10 COMPTON COLLEGE • SUMMER 2021 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location 150 Elemntry Statistcs W/Probablty 50439 Jose Villalobos Online Lec 150 Elemntry Statistcs W/Probablty 50484 Jose Martinez Online Lec 150 Elemntry Statistcs W/Probablty 50485 Gayathri Manikandan Online Lec 165 Calc for Bus and Social Sci 50618 Online Lec 190 Sgl Var Calc/Anlyt Geometry I 50488 Jose Martinez Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1050 CANVAS 191 Sgl Var Calc/Anlyt Geometry II 50489 Evan Skorka Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1315-1605 CANVAS Microbiology 133 General Microbiology 50516 Fazal Aasi Lecture and Lab MTWR 0700-0830 CANVAS MTWR 0840-1155 CANVAS 133 General Microbiology 50534 Eyob Wallano Lecture and Lab MTWR 1715-1845 CANVAS MTWR 1855-2210 CANVAS Nursing 143 Intro and Prep for Nursing 50544 Devany Slaughter Lecture and/or discussion T 1630-2045 CANVAS 144 Dosage Calculations 50552 Lecture and Lab M 0930-1305 CANVAS W 0930-1240 CANVAS 144 Dosage Calculations 50553 Kimberly Waters Harris Lecture and Lab M 1730-2105 CANVAS W 1730-2040 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50564 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1645 CANVAS T 1200-1510 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50565 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1645 CANVAS M 1700-2035 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50566 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1645 CANVAS M 1700-2035 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50567 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1635 CANVAS W 1700-2010 CANVAS Physical Education For PE classes, students will be expected to be on campus for in-person instruction at the times specified and noted below A notification from your instructor will be provided to clarify meeting expectations. 102 Walking for Fitness 50518 Shannon Williams Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 0800-0930 CTRK Physical Sciences 125 Exploring Physical Sciences 50580 John Hobgood Lecture and Lab MTWR 1730-1835 CANVAS MTWR 1900-2105 CANVAS Physiology 131 Human Physiology 50471 Muhammad Rafique Lecture and Lab MTWR 0700-0805 CANVAS MTWR 0815-1125 CANVAS 131 Human Physiology 50494 Effiong Otukonyong Lecture and Lab MTWR 1730-1835 CANVAS MTWR 1845-2155 CANVAS Spanish 101 Elementary Spanish I 50610 Online Lec FIRST SIX-WEEK SESSION Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location Administration of Justice 115 Community/Human Relations 50448 Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1400-1610 CANVAS 134 Intro to Crime Analysis 50561 Donald Mason Online Lec Anthropology 101 Intro to Physical Anthropology 50492 Online Lec Art 101 Art/Visual Cultr: Glbl Perspec 50493 Cleveland Palmer Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS 101 Art/Visual Cultr: Glbl Perspec 50496 Jill Thayer Online Lec Astronomy 120 The Solar System 50453 David Needelman Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1430-1635 CANVAS 120 The Solar System 50454 Kent Schwitkis Online Lec Courses printed in the Class Schedule are subject to change. For the most current information, course descriptions, requirements, and weekly class hours, view the Searchable Schedule available online at www.compton.edu.
COMPTON COLLEGE • SUMMER 2021 11 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location Biology 100 Fundamentals of Biology 50455 Samuel Lee Lecture and Lab MTWR 0800-1005 CANVAS MTWR 1015-1220 CANVAS Business 120 Business Management 50655 Online Lec Child Development 103 Child Growth and Development 50449 Juan Quinones Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1010 CANVAS 108 Princ & Pract Teach Yng Childr 50591 Pamella West Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1030-1240 CANVAS 110 Child Health and Safety 50490 Cassandra Washington Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1030-1240 CANVAS 112 Teachng Chldrn in a Dvrse Soc 50656 Hoa Pham Lecture and/or discussion MW 1300-1500 CANVAS Communications Studies 100 Public Speaking 50441 Mark Shannon Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1010 CANVAS 100 Public Speaking 50450 Online Lec MW 1030-1145 CANVAS Computer Information Systems 61 Intro to App Dev Enviro Swft 50628 Mohammad Khalilzadeh Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1100-1445 CANVAS 63 Prgm Fundmntls: Apple Swft I 50629 Abdirashid Yahye Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1145 CANVAS 63 Prgm Fundmntls: Apple Swft I 50654 Farhang Zarrinkelk Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1800-2145 CANVAS Contemporary Health 101 Persnl/Communty Health Issues 50538 Online Lec Cosmetology 140 Cosmetology Practicum 50572 Stephen Ellis Lecture and Lab MTWR 0800-0850 CANVAS MTWR 0900-1205 CANVAS MTWR 1235-1545 CANVAS Economics 101 Principls of Econ - Macroecon 50559 Meric Keskinel Online Lec English 101 Reading and Composition 50443 Valerie Woodward Online Lec 101 Reading and Composition 50462 Thomas Norton Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1050 CANVAS 101 Reading and Composition 50463 Nikki Williams Online Lec 101 Reading and Composition 50612 Judith Crozier Online Lec MW 1800-1930 CANVAS 103 Critical Thinking/Comp 50466 Jose Bernaudo Online Lec 103 Critical Thinking/Comp 50467 Jose Bernaudo Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1800-2010 CANVAS 103 Critical Thinking/Comp 50468 Susan Johnson Online Lec Geology 101 Physical Geology 50501 Leonard Clark Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1005 CANVAS 103 Physical Geology Lab 50503 Leonard Clark Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 1030-1235 CANVAS History 102 U.S. History - 1877-Present 50504 Kendahl Radcliffe Online Lec 140 Hist of Early Civilizations 50505 Online Lec Human Development 110 Strat for Creating Success 50470 Online Lec Humanities 101 Intro to the Humanities 50507 Amber Gillis Online Lec Mathematics 150 Elemntry Statistcs W/Probablty 50483 Miguel Ornelas Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1800-2050 CANVAS 170 Trigonometry 50486 Amirali Oveisi Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1100-1305 CANVAS INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS: Lec: Students must log in to Lab: Students must log in to Online: Students may log in to Canvas Hybrid: These classes are a combination Canvas at the specified day/time Canvas at the specified day/time any day or time they choose but will need of Lec or Lab, and Online instruction with noted for the class for instruction noted for the class for instruction to login for the first time during the first some specified Zoom times. through Zoom. through Zoom. week of class to avoid being dropped. To help ensure the health and safety of the Compton College campus community and the public, face coverings are required to be worn while Low Cost Textbooks or Zero Cost Textbooks on campus. Upon entry to campus, all individuals will have their temperature screened. Employees and students must complete an online (OER) - Learn more about textbook wellness questionnaire prior to their arrival on campus and submit monthly COVID-19 test results to the Office of Human Resources. Testing information and detailed entry-to-campus-protocol will be emailed to students enrolled in classes that require in-person instruction. affordability at www.compton.edu.
12 12 COMPTON COMPTONCOLLEGE COLLEGE• •SUMMER SUMMER2021 2021 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location Medical Terminology 101 Medical Terminology 50556 Michele Green Online Lec Nutrition 110 Nutrition 50539 Jill Gray Online Lec Physics 120 General Physics 50624 Evgeny Zakharov Dist. Ed Internet Simultaneous MTWR 1700-1905 CANVAS MTWR 1930-2135 CANVAS Political Science 101 Governments US/Calif 50520 Elizabeth Walker Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1030-1235 CANVAS Psychology 101 General Psychology 50551 Bradfield Conn Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1030-1240 CANVAS 101 General Psychology 50646 Bradfield Conn Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1430-1640 CANVAS 116 Lifespan Development 50590 Bradfield Conn Online Lec Real Estate 114 Real Estate Finance I 50588 John Yeressian Online Lec Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology 50525 Stephanie Eaves Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1030-1240 CANVAS 101 Introduction to Sociology 50597 Nikki Williams Online Lec Spanish 102 Elementary Spanish II 50653 Juan Tavarez Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1135 CANVAS Theatre 103 Theatre Appreciation 50611 Lesley Asistio Online Lec SECOND SIX-WEEK SESSION Tuesday, July 6 - Thursday, August 12 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location Administration of Justice 100 Intro to Admin of Justice 50562 Donald Mason Online Lec Biology 100 Fundamentals of Biology 50456 Sulaiman Abdulmalek Lecture and Lab MTWR 1800-2010 CANVAS MTWR 2015-2225 CANVAS Child Development 103 Child Growth and Development 50536 Cassandra Washington Online Lec 115 Introduction to Curriculum 50593 Michelle Amado Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1010 CANVAS 150 Survey Children Special Needs 50537 Online Lec Computer Information Systems 62 Programming Fundamental 1 50637 Abdirashid Yahye Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1100-1445 CANVAS Communications Studies 100 Public Speaking 50452 Online Lec Educational Development 33 Specific Lrng Strategies 50558 Myrna Soliz Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1000-1205 CANVAS English 101 Reading and Composition 50465 Sarah George Online Lec 103 Critical Thinking/Comp 50606 Susan Johnson Online Lec Ethnic Studies 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 50589 Nathan Lopez Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1000-1205 CANVAS History 101 U.S. History to 1877 50500 William Van Benschoten 102 U.S. History - 1877-Present 50598 Kendahl Radcliffe Online Lec Human Development 110 Strat for Creating Success 50469 Jasmine Phillips Online Lec Mathematics 150 Elemntry Statistcs W/Probablty 50481 Gayathri Manikandan Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1800-2105 CANVAS 150 Elemntry Statistcs W/Probablty 50482 Jose Villalobos Online Lec
COMPTON COLLEGE • SUMMER 2021 13 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location Medical Terminology 101 Medical Terminology 50509 Cheryl Shigg Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS Music 111 Music Appreciation-Survey 50512 Harvey Estrada Online Lec Physical Education For PE classes, students will be expected to be on campus for in-person instruction at the times specified and noted below A notification from your instructor will be provided to clarify meeting expectations. 163 Off Seas Trng Men Bsktbll 50495 Keith Hollimon Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 1300-1510 X 20 165 Off Seas Trng Wmn Bsktbll 50517 Lewis Nelson Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 1730-1940 X 20 168 Off Seas Trng Crs Cnt Teams 50510 David Austin Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 0900-1110 CTRK 171 Off Seas Trng Men Ftbl Tm 50513 Albert Dorsey Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 1730-1940 CFLD 175 Off Seas Trng Men Soccer 50515 Jose Garcia Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 1400-1610 CFLD 178 Off Seas Trng Wmn Soccer 50514 Diego Back Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 0800-1010 CFLD 187 Off Seas Trng Wmn Vollybl 50622 Laboratory/Studio/Activity MTWR 1515-1725 X 20 Political Science 101 Governments US/Calif 50521 Steven Gonzales Online Lec Psychology 101 General Psychology 50541 David McPatchell Online Lec 116 Lifespan Development 50658 Bradfield Conn Online Lec Sociology 101 Introduction to Sociology 50526 Corina Diaz Online Lec 102 The Family 50527 Corina Diaz Online Lec NURSING CLASSES Full-Term (8 weeks): June 21 - August 12 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location 143 Intro and Prep for Nursing 50544 Devany Slaughter Lecture and/or discussion T 1630-2045 CANVAS 144 Dosage Calculations 50552 Lecture and Lab M 0930-1305 CANVAS W 0930-1240 CANVAS 144 Dosage Calculations 50553 Kimberly Waters Harris Lecture and Lab M 1730-2105 CANVAS W 1730-2040 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50564 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1645 CANVAS T 1200-1510 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50565 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1645 CANVAS M 1700-2035 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50566 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1645 CANVAS M 1700-2035 CANVAS 146 Health Assessment 50567 Laura Hill-Jones Lecture and Lab M 1300-1635 CANVAS W 1700-2010 CANVAS OFFSITE CLASSES Due to COVID-19, “Offsite” classes will not be held in-person. Refer to the Instructional Methods defined throughout the schedule of classes. Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location Full-Term (8 Week) Session: Monday, June 21 - Thursday, August 12 Spanish 101 Elementary Spanish I 50631 Mashidu Ndoley Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1330-1605 CANVAS CHS 101 Elementary Spanish I 50649 Andrew Brabbee Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0810-1045 CANVAS DHS First 6-Week Session: Monday, June 21 - Thursday, July 29 Art 101 Art/Visual Cultr: Glbl Perspec 50632 Cleveland Palmer Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1330-1540 CANVAS CHS Courses printed in the Class Schedule are subject to change. For the most current information, course descriptions, requirements, and weekly class hours, view the Searchable Schedule available online at www.compton.edu.
14 COMPTON COLLEGE • SUMMER 2021 Course # Course Title CRN Instructor Instruction Method Days Time Location 101 Art/Visual Cultr: Glbl Perspec 50636 Alexandra Lezo Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1300-1510 CANVAS FHS 101 Art/Visual Cultr: Glbl Perspec 50638 Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1430-1640 CANVAS LHS Communications Studies 100 Public Speaking 50633 Selene Aguirre Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0800-1010 CANVAS CTHS 100 Public Speaking 50639 Richard Lawrence Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 100 Public Speaking 50640 Francesca Bishop Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 100 Public Speaking 50641 Kelly Janke Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 100 Public Speaking 50642 Mark Shannon Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1130-1340 CANVAS WILL 100 Public Speaking 50643 Scott Wolfe Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1130-1340 CANVAS WILL Ethnic Studies 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 50545 Raul Herrera Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 50546 Marjeritta Phillips Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 50547 Marjeritta Phillips Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1130-1340 CANVAS WILL 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 50557 Roderick Todd Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1130-1340 CANVAS WILL 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 50627 Christian Green Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 101 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 50647 Raul Herrera Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1300-1510 CANVAS FHS Film/Video 113 Screenplay Analysis 50635 Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1330-1540 CANVAS DHS Human Development 110 Strat for Creating Success 50568 Barragan-Echeverria Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 110 Strat for Creating Success 50569 Janette Morales Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL 110 Strat for Creating Success 50570 Janette Morales Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1130-1340 CANVAS WILL 110 Strat for Creating Success 50571 Emmanuel Aguiar Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1130-1340 CANVAS WILL 110 Strat for Creating Success 50602 Roza Ekimyan Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 0900-1110 CANVAS WILL Psychology 101 General Psychology 50535 David McPatchell Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1100-1310 CANVAS CTHS 101 General Psychology 50648 David McPatchell Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1430-1640 CANVAS LHS Spanish 103 Intermediate Spanish I 50644 Juan Tavarez Lecture and/or discussion MTWR 1145-1535 CANVAS WILL OFFSITE LOCATIONS Firebaugh High School (FHS) 5246 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Lynwood, CA 90262 Buena Vista High School (BVHS) Lynwood High School (LHS) 3717 Michelson Street, Lakewood, CA 90712 4050 East Imperial Highway, Lynwood, CA 90262 California Academy of Mathematics and Science (CAMS) Paramount Adult School (PAS) 1000 East Victoria Street, Carson, CA 90747 14507 Paramount Boulevard, Paramount, CA 90723 Centennial High School (CTHS) Paramount High School (PHS) 2606 North Central Avenue, Compton, CA 90222 14429 Downey Avenue, Paramount, CA 90723 Compton High School (CHS) Paramount High School - West (PHSW) 601 South Acacia Avenue, Compton, CA 90220 14708 Paramount Boulevard, Paramount, CA 90723 Dominguez High School (DHS) Willowbrook Middle School (WILL) 15301 South San Jose Avenue, Compton, CA 90221 2601 North Wilmington Avenue, Compton, CA 90222 INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS: Lec: Students must log in to Lab: Students must log in to Online: Students may log in to Canvas Hybrid: These classes are a combination Canvas at the specified day/time Canvas at the specified day/time any day or time they choose but will need of Lec or Lab, and Online instruction with noted for the class for instruction noted for the class for instruction to login for the first time during the first some specified Zoom times. through Zoom. through Zoom. week of class to avoid being dropped. To help ensure the health and safety of the Compton College campus community and the public, face coverings are required to be worn while Low Cost Textbooks or Zero Cost Textbooks on campus. Upon entry to campus, all individuals will have their temperature screened. Employees and students must complete an online (OER) - Learn more about textbook wellness questionnaire prior to their arrival on campus and submit monthly COVID-19 test results to the Office of Human Resources. Testing information and detailed entry-to-campus-protocol will be emailed to students enrolled in classes that require in-person instruction. affordability at www.compton.edu.
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