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CARL ALBERT CARL ALBERT STATE COLLEGE STATE COLLEGE Course Schedule Spring 2018 Course Schedule Spring 2018 Interim Classes begin January 8, 2018 Spring Semester Classes begin January 16, 2018 First 8 week session: January 16- March 9, 2018 Second 8 week session: March 12- May 18, 2018 Poteau Campus Sallisaw Campus Virtual Campus 1507S. McKenna 1601 Opdyke www.carlalbert.edu Poteau, OK 74953 Sallisaw, OK 74955 (918) 647-1471 (918) 647-1200 (918) 775-6977

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Interim Classes begin January 8, 2018
Spring Semester Classes begin January 16, 2018
First 8 week session: January 16- March 9, 2018
Second 8 week session: March 12- May 18, 2018
Poteau Campus Sallisaw Campus Virtual Campus
1507S. McKenna 1601 Opdyke www.carlalbert.edu
Poteau, OK 74953 Sallisaw, OK 74955 (918) 647-1471
(918) 647-1200 (918) 775-6977
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CASC: EXPANDED AC A DEMIC CA LENDAR for 2017-2018
DEADLINES TO DROP CLASSES LAST DAY TO DROP without Charges or Grade: Students may drop course with 100% refund and have no grade recorded to the transcript.
LAST DAY TO DROP with AUTOMATIC “W” Grade: Students may drop course with zero refund and “W” grade posted to the transcript.
LAST DAY TO DROP with “W” or “F” Grade: Students may drop course with zero refund and “F” or “W” (instructor assigns grade).
60 % Withdrawal Date: Students who accept financial aid may be required to payback all or part of their aid when withdrawal is made before the 60% of the semester. Note: Students should contact the Financial Aid Office when dropping below full-time hours or all classes in the term.
COMPLETE WITHDRAWAL: Students who drop all classes must contact the Student Success Center & Financial Aid Offices for assistance & counsel.
Semester Dates Summer 2017 Fall 2017 Spring 2018
FIRST DAY OF SEMESTER May 30 (8 weeks) August 14 (16 weeks) January 16 (16 weeks) Last day to ADD classes June 1 August 18 January 22 Last day to DROP without Charges or Grade June 5 August 25 January 29 Last day to drop with automatic “W” July 12 November 8 April 18 Last day to drop with “W” or “F” July 24 December 6 May 9 Final Examinations July 25 - July 26 December 11 – 15 May 14 – 18 LAST DAY OF REGULAR CLASSES July 26 December 15 May 18 Commencement (Annual ceremony held in May) (none) (none) May 12
No Classes are held on the following dates: No Classes: Memorial Day May 29 No Classes: Independence Day July 3 and 4 No Classes: Labor Day September 4 No Classes: Fall Break October 12 - 13 No Classes: Thanksgiving Holiday November 20 – 24 No Classes: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day January 15 No Classes: Spring Break March 19 – 23 No Classes: Easter Holiday March 29-30 No Classes: Student Only Day (offices remain open) December 7 - 8 May 10-11
Accelerated Classes Summer 2017 Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Alternate Dates for Summer 2017: Criminal Justice Interim (CLEET): May 15-May 26 --- --- PTA Clinical – Five Week Clinical: May 15-Jun 16; Jun 19-Jul 21; Jul 24-Aug 11 --- --- Choctaw Nation’s Camp Chata: Aug 9-Aug 12 (satisfies ORI 1111) --- --- 1 Week - Fall Interim 1 Week - Spring Interim *1 Week Interim (all 3 cr-hr classes) (none) July 31 – Aug 4 January 8 – 12 Last day to Add & Drop without Charges or Grade July 31 January 8 Last day to Drop with automatic “W” Aug 2 January 10 Last day to Drop with “W” or “F” Aug 3 January 11
2 Weeks -Fall Interim 2 Weeks – Spring Interim *2 Week Interim (science classes only) (none) July 31 – Aug 11 None Last day to Add & Drop without Charges or Grade July 25 None Last day to Drop with automatic “W” August 3 None Last day to Drop with “W” or “F” August 4 None
(*final exams take place the final day of Interim.) 1st 4 Weeks 1ST 8 Weeks 1ST 8 Weeks
Session I May 30 – June 26 August 14 – Oct 6 January 16 – March 9 Last day to ADD classes May 31 August 16 January 18 Last day to Drop without Charges or Grade June 1 August 18 January 22 Last day to Drop with automatic “W” June 19 September 25 February 26 Last day to Drop with “W” or “F” June 22 October 5 March 7 Final Examinations June 22 October 5-6 March 8-9
2nd 4 Weeks 2ND 8 Weeks 2ND 8 Weeks Session II June 27 – July 26 October 9 – Dec 15 March 12 – May 18 Last day to ADD classes June 28 October 11 March 14 Last day to Drop without Charges or Grade June 29 October 17 March 16 Last day to Drop with automatic “W” July 19 November 7 May 4 Last day to Drop with “W” or “F” July 25 December 5 May 16 Final Examinations July 25 December 14-15 May 17-18
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Enrollment Dates Enrollment begins on the following dates and ends on January 22 for regular spring term classes. Students should refer to the Expanded Academic Calendar to understand when the campus is open and closed, and the “Last day to Add Classes” for interim and eight week classes. The campus is closed during these holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s, and Martin Luther King, Jr, specifically November 20-24, December 16 - January 7, and January 15. Online enrollment remains open for fully admitted students.
1st Day to Enroll
Current Sophomore CASC Students: October 30
Current Freshman CASC Students: November 1
Enrollment opens for All Students: November 6 Enrollment opens for High School Concurrent Students: November 9
Current and transfer students may enroll with the help of their faculty advisor (typically after 1:00 pm or by appointment), self- enroll using VIKECONNECT, or by walk-in to the Student Success Center. On-line enrollment will be accessible to current and fully admitted students 24/7 until January 22. (see Advisor listings: www.carlablert.edu > Admissions > Course Schedule)
New students must first submit an Application for Admissions and credentials, and then, be permitted to enroll into classes once placement evaluation is completed by the Office of Admissions. Students may enroll by walk-in to the Student Success Center.
Students should be prepared, and bring all credentials, photo ID and validation of their Social Security Number (i.e. SSN Card) during their admissions and enrollment visit.
Beginning with the enrollment process, students receive all types of correspondence from the college through their personal email (such as financial aid awards, enrollment questions, degree check results, … ) So, check your CASC student and personal email often!
Students should file for financial aid, scholarships, and military education benefits as early as possible before classes begin to avoid delays in aid determinations and disbursements. Most scholarships are due by February 1 for following Fall/Spring awards.
Need help filing your FAFSA? Call or walk-in to either the Poteau and Sallisaw campus and visit with an EOC Counselor.
Students should first declare a major and, then, enroll into courses that apply to their degree plan and avoid enrollment into unessential courses and unnecessary expense! (see degree plans: www.carlalbert.edu > Academics > Degrees Offered)
Students who enroll into a class are 100% liable for tuition & fee charges.
When you enroll into a class, and cannot attend, then officially withdraw (contact Office of Admissions). -- Drops made before the end of the Add/Drop Period will have tuition/fee charges and transcript record removed. Students who drop after the Add/Drop period will be fully charged and receive letter grade. The Expanded Academic Calendar, found in this publication, list dates to drop without owing charges or transcript record for each term.
The Add/Drop Period is advertised in the Academic Calendar, but, simply stated, it is the first 10 days of spring/fall terms or the first 5 days of summer. (go to www.carlalbert.edu > Admissions > Course Schedule)
At A Glance Classes Begin-End Dates
January Interim Semester January 8-12
Spring Semester January 16-May 18
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STUDENT INFORMATION CONTACT PHONE NUMBERS
Poteau Main Number 918-647-1200 Sallisaw Main Number 918-775-6977 ACT Testing 918-647-1264 Financial Aid 918-647-1343 ACT Testing @ Sallisaw campus 918-775-6977 Housing 918-647-1374 Accuplacer Testing 918-647-1310 Library 918-647-1310 Admissions 918-647-1300 Student Affairs 918-647-1371 Bookstore 918-647-1390 Tours 918-647-1372 Cashier, Business Office 918-647-1325 Tutoring Poteau 918-647-1316 Graduation Applications 918-647-1307 Veterans Certification 918-647-1393 or 1307 Enrollment & Retention Center 918-647-1393
VIKECONNECT VIKECONNECT is the student’s personal CASC information and enrollment center. Here, students can enroll in classes, view grades and unofficial transcript, and more. Students must create their VIKECONNECT account first, and before logging into their Student Webmail and Blackboard accounts.
(Click on VIKECONNECT > click on Reset Password. Insert created password and prompted identifiers. Username will be given in pop-up dialog box. Insert newly created Password and Username to LOGIN.)
www.carlalbert.edu > VIKECONNECT
CASC STUDENT WebMail Webmail is email – it is where the college “mails” billing notices, financial aid awards, degree checks, and other important announcements and reminders. So, once enrolled, students are assigned webmail account to which the college will begin “mailing” correspondence. Remember, the college does not mail out bills; students must use their CASC issued webmail for this purpose.
www.carlalbert.edu > VIKECONNECT > CASC Student WebMail
WEB CLASSES Students may access their Blackboard accounts using the same USERNAME and PASSWORD the student generated for their VIKECONNECT and Student Web Mail.
Don’t see your class in Blackboard? Have you checked your course schedule and are your enrolled? You must be enrolled before the class appears in Blackboard.
Students enrolling in the online sections of Math, Accounting, or other identified courses may have additional charges to purchase Computer Codes to access the course. Students may contact the Bookstore or instructors for log-in instructions.
www.carlalbert.edu > VIKECONNECT > Blackboard
In compliance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, American Disabilities Act of 1990, and other federal laws and regulations, Carl Albert State College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes but not limited to admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. Please contact our ADA Coordinator at 918-647-1319 if you have questions regarding services for students with disabilities
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HOW TO BE ADMITTED Welcome to Carl Albert State College! Students will find that CASC offers low tuition, small class sizes, expansive on-line course selection, excellent faculty, and a caring student services staff. Use the following for successful admissions and enrollment.
… Step 1: Admissions STUDENT ENROLLMENT CATEGORIES
All students must submit an application and the following IDs for admissions. Students must also submit credentials based on their enrollment category, such as the First-Year or Transfer or Concurrent (as found below).Students are encouraged to “bundle” their credentials and submit them as a “bundle” after completing an online application or as a one packet with the paper application.
1. Application for Admissions 2. Driver’s License ID 3. Social Security Card ID
First-Time Freshman Admission First-time entering freshman have never attended college or have completed 6 hrs or less after high school or completed some college coursework under concurrent enrollment. Freshmen must submit the following credentials with their online or paper application:
1. Application for Admissions, Driver’s License, and Social Security Card. 2. Official high school transcript (final with 12th year term grades, graduation date, & seal) 3. ACT scores
Transfer Admission Transfer students have previously attended college and earned 7 college hours or more. Transfer students must submit the following credentials with their online or paper application:
1. Application for Admissions, Driver’s License, and Social Security Card. 2. Official transcripts from all colleges attended 3. Official high school transcript and test scores when transferring with less than 24 college hours, or when deficiencies or
prerequisites not completed
Students may enroll with unofficial documents, but, may not re-enroll in the next term until the official documents are received, and will not have Financial Aid processed until received. Transfer students who have not taken a college-level orientation course previously may enroll in the LIB or Library research course for orientation credit.
Non-Degree Seeking Admission Students who do not seek a college degree may enroll in no more than 9 cr-hrs (cumulative, per lifetime) without submitting credentials, except, when prerequisites must be met to enroll in certain college courses (ex. ENGL 1113 before ENGL 1213 or placement test score before MATH 1513). ACT tests and transcripts may be required to prove prerequisite has been met. Non-degree seeking students enrolling in 10+ cr-hrs per term are considered DEGREE-SEEKING and will be classified as Transfer or First-Year, and then be required to provide high school and/or college transcripts, and/or test scores. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid or scholarships.
Concurrent Admission High school seniors and juniors are eligible for admissions with a high school GPA of 3.0 or National ACT composite of 19. Students may then enroll in subjects in which a 19 ACT subject test score or higher was earned. Homeschooled students are considered a Junior or Senior depending on their anticipated secondary school completion. Concurrent students must submit the following credentials with their paper Concurrent Enrollment Application for Admissions packet:
1. Permissions Form (signature permission with imbedded permission for Overload) 2. High school transcript 3. High School Course Schedule 4. ACT (preACT or National or Residual) Test results, or SAT (preSAT or National) 5. Further evaluation available with secondary placement exam results (Accuplacer) for low ACT test results
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Re-Admissions to CASC Students re-enrolling with CASC after one semester or longer absence should complete the Re-Admission Application to update records (address, cell phone, residency, etc). Former CASC students may submit either an online or paper application, and any test scores or other college transcripts completed since last attending CASC.
STUDENTS MUST TEST FOR ADMISSIONS CASC uses primarily two placement examinations, ACT and Accuplacer, to place students into appropriate college-level courses or to identify the need for remedial or refresher classes before college course enrollments. (SAT and COMPASS testing tools also accepted). The Office of Admissions will record test scores and provide the student with an evaluation of placement or remediation needs.
First-time students under age 21 must test with ACT (either National or Residual ACT). First time students age 21 years or older may test with either ACT or Accuplacer. High School Concurrent students may test with the ACT (National or Residual or preACT) or SAT (preSAT or National).
Except for the high school concurrent, students will be required to remediate when test scores are low, as measured by ACT or Accuplacer (other testing measurements acceptable such as SAT or COMPASS). Remediation may be met with successful completion of refresher courses or by re-testing.
ACT Testing (Center Code 034300) CASC is a test center for National ACT. On-line registration for the National ACT is available at www.act.org. Study and test prep materials may be found online at ACT’s website (search for Online Prep).
CASC also offers Residual ACT testing at both Sallisaw and Poteau campuses. Several changes have been made to testing procedures. Students must pre-pay the $45.00 testing fee, and present this paid receipt, picture ID, Social Security Number card or number to gain admissions to Residual Testing. Students desiring to enroll under High School Concurrent enrollment should test with the National ACT (best for transfer), but, may use ACT Residual test results (one time per year) to determine Concurrent Enrollment course enrollment eligibility. Residual ACT test scores are only valid at CASC.
Residual ACT Test Schedule (dates valid for both Poteau & Sallisaw campus locations) (2017) Nov 7, 14; Dec 5
(2018) Jan 9, 16, 23; Feb 6, 13, 20; Mar 6, 13; Apr 10, 17; May 8, 15; June 12, 19
Student should enroll online at https://carlalbert.edu/student-services/testing to reserve a seat and confirm day and time for either the Poteau or Sallisaw test locations. Students must present paid receipt, picture ID, and their social security number. Pencils and ACT approved calculator allowed.
Poteau All ACT Residual tests are held in OCAE 1321 at 1:00 p.m. (Questions? Students may call 918-647-1264)
Sallisaw All ACT Residual testing is held at the Sallisaw campus at 9:00 a.m. (Questions? Students may call 918-775-6977).
ACCUPLACER - Placement Testing The ACCUPLACER test results are used to measure a student’s readiness to enroll into college level courses, such as ENGL 1113, MATH 1513, science, and some history courses. Students must first be admitted to CASC and receive a CASC student ID number, and may walk- in for admissions/testing to the Poteau campus and telephone to confirm testing availability for the Sallisaw campus. Students may find ACCUPLACER study guides at: https://accuplacer.collegeboard.org/students/accuplacer-tests . Some materials may also found at the college’s libraries. After the high school concurrent tests initially with ACT or SAT, then, the student may test for a secondary evaluation with the Accuplacer exam.
REMEDIATION OF LOW TEST SCORES CASC tests students upon initial admissions to measure readiness to enroll into college-level courses of English 1113 Freshman Composition I or math. When tests scores are below the cut-off score on the ACT, COMPASS, or ACCUPLACER tests, then a deficiency is identified and remediation is required. Students may remove remedial requirement by retesting or enrollment into the appropriate zero-level refresher course. Therefore, once the deficiency in that subject area is remediated by either retest or successful completion of the refresher course, the student may then enroll into college-level subjects in that area. Furthers, students are required to remediate and successfully remove deficiency in the first 24 credit-hours of enrollment or face an ADMISSIONS Hold on future enrollments.
CASC’s developmental studies include an alternate “fast-track” enrollment where eligible students may co-enroll into the college-level course with a one cr-hr “refresher” lab. CASC uses high school performance measurements (GPA and math core completions) in combination with the ACT test results to determine remediation or fast track or college readiness in English and math placement. The table below outlines CASC’s remediation and assessment policy. These cut-off scores are used by the Office of Admissions to evaluate a student’s initial placement into college-level coursework (in English, Math, and Sciences) or into remedial coursework.
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Placement and Remediation Assessments CASC ‘s Assessment Plan evaluates incoming freshman students upon initial admissions using the following test results and high school performance measurements and places freshman students into freshman-level courses or remedial courses. CASC uses the final, unweighted high school GPA, and the 12th year unweighted GPA for graduating seniors who pre-enroll in the spring term prior to their high school graduation. The table below DOES NOT apply to high school concurrent enrollment.
The following table lists valid assessments for the first-year entering freshman. ENGLISH ASSESSMENT (Meet one) (Alternate measurement)
COURSE ENROLLMENT ACT English
ACCUPLACER Writing FINAL High School GPA ACT English and FINAL High
School GPA ENGL 1113 Freshman Comp I 19+ 98+ NA 17-18 and 3.00+ ENGL 1113 & ENGL 0121 Fast Track 16-18 82-97 3.00+ NA ENGL 1113 & ENGL 0123 Intro Col Wrtg 0-15 0-81 below 3.00 NA READING ASSESSMENT (Meet one) (Alternate measurement)
COURSE ENROLLMENT ACT Reading
ACCUPLACER Reading FINAL High School GPA ACT Reading and FINAL High
School GPA College-Level Courses 19+ 90+ NA 17-18 and 3.00+ ENGL 1113 & ENGL 0111 Fast Track Reading Lab 11-18 28-89 3.00+ NA ENGL 1113 & ENGL 0113 Intro to College Reading 0-1o 0-27 below 3.00 NA
MATHEMATICS ASSESSMENT (Meet one placement score AND Final high school GPA AND high school math core classes)
COURSE ENROLLMENT ACT
Completions AFTER HS Graduation
MATH 1513 College Algebra 19+ 103+ (A) 97+ (E) NA NA
MATH 1513 College Algebra (Alternate Criteria) 17-18
79-102 (A) 63-96 (E) 3.00+
Algebra I, Algebra II, & Geometry
MATH 1513 & MATH 0111 Fast Track (Remediation Required) 16-18
59-102 (A) 43-96 (E) NA NA
MATH 1513 & MATH 0111 Fast Track (Remediation Required) 13-15
30-58 (A) 28-42 (E) 3.00+
Algebra I, Algebra II, & Geometry
MATH 0123 Intermediate Algebra (Remediation Required) 13-15
30-58 (A) 28-42 (E) below 3.00 NA
MATH 0113 Developmental Math (Remediation Required) 0-12
0-29 (A) 0-27 (E) NA NA
SCIENCE ASSESSMENT (See College Catalog for course prerequisites (www.carlalbert.edu > Academics)
ZOO 1114 requires a 19 ACT Math subject test score. No other science assessment for incoming freshman.
ASSESSMENT & PLACEMENT SCORES TABLE FOR HIGH SCHOOL CONCURRENT
High school concurrent students are not eligible for remediation or fast track enrollments or alternate measurements used to evaluate incoming freshmen as listed in the above table. High School Concurrent students may only enroll into courses where they have met the minimum 19 ACT subject test score or corresponding Accuplacer value as listed in the table below.
The following table lists valid assessments for high school concurrent enrollment. Test Assessment Subject Minimum Subject Test Score May Enroll into: ENGLISH ACT English = 19
ENGL 1113 Freshman Composition I Accuplacer English = 98
MATH ACT Math = 19 MATH 1513 College Algebra or other college-level math Accuplacer Math Arithmetic = 103 or
Accuplacer Math Elementary Algebra = 97 READING ACT Reading = 19 College level subjects not identified under
English, Math or Science subject test score Accuplacer Reading = 90 SCIENCE ACT Science = 19 College level science courses when course
prerequisites are met Any one Accuplacer Math subject assessment.
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Step 2: Enrollment………………………………………………………………………….… Students may self-enroll in the CASC VIKECONNECT, visit with their Academic Advisor or counselor in the Enrollment Center. Advisors can offer assistance with course selection and degree planning.
• Students are asked to contact their Faculty Advisor and make an appointment (typically after 1:00 p.m.) to register for classes. • Advisor list may be found on-line (go to Academics < Advisor) • Degree Plans are found on-line (go to Academics < Degrees Offered), on file in the Admissions Office, or with their Advisor. • Students must remove deficiencies before taking college courses and do so in the first 24 cr-hrs.
All first-time entering students should enroll in ORI 1111 Freshman Orientation. LEAD 1413 CASC Leadership or COSU 1103 College Success are approved substitutions for orientation for freshman students. Orientation credit will be awarded for participants in the Choctaw Nation’s Camp Chata. Transfer Students who have not previously completed a college-level freshman orientation class may alternately enroll in CASC’s LIBRARY (LIB 1011) research course.
Step 3: Check List of “things to do before I go to class” ……………… .. Once admitted to CASC and enrolled into classes, students should also complete the following tasks:
• Apply early for financial aid (early is at least 6-8 weeks before classes begin).
• Pick up a parking decal in the Business Office.
• Pay tuition & fees (see Admissions > Tuition & Fees Chart to estimate costs; or see VIKECONNECT > Student tab to view Account Balance Information or make a payment).
• Have your CASC picture ID Card made.
• Buy textbooks at Poteau or Sallisaw campus.
• Establish your VIKECONNECT online portal account! (go to www.carlalbert.edu>VIKECONNECT, reset password, follow instructions)
Step 4: GO TO CLASS ! ! ! ............................................................................... Attendance is important for successful completion of any course. So, students should go to class!
When students enroll into classes, a seat is reserved for them, charges are figured, instructors are secured, and financial aid is determined. Students are expected to attend classes on day one! However, life happens and if you see that you are unable to attend your class, then, drop your class(s) through the Office of Admissions. Students are given a 100% refund when classes are dropped before the Last Day to Drop without Charges or Grade. After this date, student 100% responsible for tuition/fees charges.
Add/Drop Period. Students must contact the Office of Admissions and officially drop class(s) they do not attend. Students may drop any class without charges or transcript record when drops occur before the 10th day of classes in the fall/spring terms and the 5th day in the summer term or what is known as the Last Day to Drop without Charges or Grade.
In Person: Admissions Office at 918-647-1300 or Sallisaw at 918-775-6977 for OFFICIAL withdrawals.
By Fax: Fax request to 918-647-1306 with Driver’s License and contact number. Students who fax in requests for withdrawal are strongly advised to contact the Admissions Office for verification of fax and withdrawal.
After Add/Drop Period: Students who drop a course after the Last Day to Drop without Charges or Grade will owe 100% of tuition/fees and receive either “W” or “F” grade (see Academic Calendar for drop dates). Depending on date of drop, students may also be required to pay back all or part of any federal financial aid TITLE IV funds when drops occur before the 60% completion period of term.
Since 1933, Carl Albert State College promises students and community: “Your success is our mission!”
Mission Statement: To provide affordable, accessible and exceptional education that fosters student success.
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FINANCIAL AID Students should find ways to finance their educational costs by filing the FAFSA each year and apply for grants, loans, tuition waivers, scholarships, Veterans benefits, Tribal Education programs, work-study, etc.
The speed by which Financial Aid is processed and money awards are determined depends on volume of applications received -- so, apply early! Students should check their email for correspondence from the Financial Aid Office. When the Financial Aid Office needs any documents to complete Financial Aid packaging, then, those requests will be made to the students’ email. So, watch your email and act quickly to submit the document identified or sign award papers.
Disbursement of funds. Dates of disbursement of funds will be published (on-line & email) by the Financial Aid Office and Business Offices. Students are responsible for unpaid tuition/fee balance after full disbursement of aid is received.
Pay Back of funds. Students who receive Pell Grant may be required to payback money when classes are dropped after add/drop period. Students should contact the Financial Aid Office to discuss options.
Help filling out FAFSA? Contact an EOC Counselor at 918-647-1396, located at either the Poteau or Sallisaw campuses. Please bring tax return information and W-2’s. Contact the Financial Aid Office at 918-647-1343.
[Hint: Grants and scholarship are monies given to you that you, generally, do not have to pay back. LOANS are monies you borrow and must pay back with interest one day in the future].
Business Office Students should understand the cost to attend college includes the cost of tuition and fees and other expenses such as dorm room, meals, books, supplies, etc. The cost to attend CASC amount can be paid by the student directly, or by Financial Aid such as Pell Grant, loans, scholarships, Oklahoma Promise, GI Bill, tribal assistance.
So, cost to attend minus all aid equals the education cost owed by the student.
A few Business Office FAQ’s:
Students should check their VIKECONNECT > STUDENT tab for account balance or how to make payment on-line.
The Business Office Cashier may be contacted at 918-647-1325 for account or payment information.
Need help setting up your payment plan? Call or visit the Cashier at 918-647-1325 or the Sallisaw office at 918-775-6977.
Any unpaid balance will prevent re-enrollment, and distribution of official transcript and diploma.
Expecting a refund? When financial aid exceeds the amount of tuition and fee charges, then, students will get the difference in the form of a “disbursement check”. These CASC checks will be available to students on published dates of disbursement.
Students should watch their VIKECONNECT account balance. When the student’s account shows a CREDIT amount, then, the student will receive those funds (by check) and at the next advertised dates of disbursement.
Students may then pick-up their check in the Poteau Business Office or telephone the Poteau Business Cashier for mailing preference. Checks not picked-up will be mailed at a later date in the semester.
If you are a Sallisaw student, then, refund checks will be available during published disbursement dates in the Front Office at Sallisaw campus.
Payment Plans Students will incur tuition and fee charges, and may pay over a period of several months using the steps below. Students may select an automatic bank payment (ACH) or by credit card or debit card. Your cost to participate in this payment plan will be a $25 enrollment fee per semester. Your eligibility for the automatic payment plan is based on the status of your Financial Aid Award. If your Financial Aid application is incomplete when your register for classes, you may not be able to take advantage of the deferred payment option.
1. Go to www.carlalbert.edu and login to your VIKECONNECT online portal account.
2. Choose STUDENT TAB and click to set up a payment plan.
3. Select TERM.
4. Click on the PAYMENT PLAN button.
5. Questions on the payment plan may be referred to the Business Cashier at 918-647-1325.
Course ID Course Title Days Starts Ends Location Instructor
Accounting
ACCT-1103 .3920 Fundamentals of Accounting MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM BC 841 RepassH
Criminal Justice
CJ -1113 .3025 Intro to Criminal Justice MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM JH 207 Brown C
Computer Science
CS -1103 .3911 Microcomputer Applications MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM BC 833 Knight S
History
HIST-1483 .3910 American History 1492-1865 MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM BC 802 Rankin A
HIST-1493 .3912 American History 1865-Present MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM OCAE1122 Womack K
Health, Phys Ed, Rec.
HPER-1113 .3059 Personal Health and Wellness MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM JH 206 Repass K
Humanities
HUM -2223 .3913 General Humanities II MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM OCAE1223 Robertson C
MUS -1113 .3918 Music Appreciation MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM HC 308 Dinsmore-D
Music
MUS -1113 .3918 Music Appreciation MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM HC 308 Dinsmore-D
Political Science
POS -1113 .3904 American Federal Government MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM OCAE1119 Dehart D
Psychology
PSY -1113 .3919 Introduction To Psychology MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM OCAE1118 Snyder K
Speech
SPCH-1113 .3169 Intro to Speech Communication MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM OCAE1224 Blake S
SPCH-1113 .3916 Intro to Speech Communication MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM OCAE1222 Yandell S
World Language
SPAN-1113 .3914 Conversational Spanish I MTWRF 08:00AM 05:30PM OCAE1322 Hall N
SPRING 2018 Poteau Campus Course ID Course Title Days Starts Ends Location Instructor Accounting
ACCT-1103 .3595 Fundamentals of Accounting M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM BC 841 Repass H
ACCT-2103 .3572 Financial Accounting M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM BC 841 Repass H
ACCT-2203 .3573 Managerial Accounting M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM BC 841 Repass H
Allied Health
AHS -1113 .3029 Intro to Medical Terminology T R 09:30AM 10:45AM JH 206 Barnes C
AHS -1113 .3119 Intro to Medical Terminology M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM BC 802 Hobday J
Business Administration
BA -1133 .3041 Customer Service T R 11:00AM 12:15PM BC 832 GannW
Biology
BIO -1114 .3746 General Biology w/Lab M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM RC 113 Afzali B
M 02:30PM 04:10PM RC 317
BIO -1114 .3950 General Biology w/Lab T R 01:00PM 02:15PM RC 115 Brown P
T 02:30PM 04:10PM RC 319
BIO -2155 .3202 Microbiology w/Lab T R 01:00PM 02:15PM RC 210 Wiersig N
T R 02:20PM 04:00PM RC 317
Botany
BOT -1114 .3090 General Botany w/Lab M W 11:00AM 12:15PM RC 210 Wiersig N
F 11:00AM 12:40PM RC 317
Business
BUS -1013 .3072 Introduction to Business T R 09:30AM 10:45AM BC 841 RepassH
BUS -1113 .3045 Business Mathematics T R 11:00AM 12:15PM BC 841 RepassH
BUS -2023 .3582 Principles of Management M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM BC 842 ArmstrongT
BUS -2133 .3580 Business Communications M W F 08:00AM 08:50AM BC 831 ArmstrongT
Chemistry
CHEM-1025 .3116 General and Organic Biochemistry MWF 10:00AM 10:50AM RC 218 Emberton A
W 02:20PM 05:40PM RC 311
CHEM-1025 .3516 General and Organic Biochemistry M W F 01:00PM 01:50PM RC 114 Emberton A
M 02:00PM 05:20PM RC 311
CHEM-1115 .3772 General Chemistry I w/Lab M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM RC 211 Hughes S
T 09:20AM 12:50PM RC 309
CHEM-1115 .3773 General Chemistry I w/Lab M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM RC 211 Hughes S
T 01:00PM 04:20PM RC 309
CHEM-1215 .3778 General Chemistry II w/Lab M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM RC 211 Hughes S
M 02:30PM 05:50PM RC 309
Computer Science
CS -1103 .3002 Microcomputer Applications T R 11:00AM 12:15PM BC 833 SmithT
CS -1103 .3111 Microcomputer Applications M W F 08:00AM 08:50AM BC 833 KnightS
CS -1103 .3587 Microcomputer Applications M W F 12:00PM 12:50PM BC 833 KnightS
CS -1103 .3588 Microcomputer Applications T R 08:00AM 09:15AM BC 833 SmithT
CS -1103 .3589 Microcomputer Applications M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM BC 833 KnightS
CS -1103 .3837 Microcomputer Applications M W 01:00PM 02:15PM BC 833 KnightS
CS -1103 .3996 Microcomputer Applications M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM BC 833 KnightS
CS -1113 .3051 Introduction to Computer Forensics M W 01:00PM 02:15PM BC 832 GannW
CS -1333 .3067 Programming II R 01:00PM 03:45PM BC 833 SmithT
CS -1443 .3168 Animation and Interactive Media T 01:00PM 03:45PM BC 833 SmithT
CS -2013 .3557 Data Base Management T R 09:30AM 10:45AM BC 833 SmithT
CS -2213 .3490 Networking II M W 11:00AM 12:15PM BC 832 GannW
CS -1103 .3585 Microcomputer Applications T 05:20PM 07:50PM BC 831 GannW
CS -1103 .3070 Microcomputer Applications R 05:20PM 07:50PM BC 831 GannW
Criminal Justice
CJ -1113 .3069 Intro to Criminal Justice M W 01:00PM 02:15PM JH 207 Brown C
CJ -2133 .3788 Patrol Operations T R 09:30AM 10:45AM JH 207 Brown C
CJ -2224 .3789 Criminal Investgation T R 01:00PM 02:40PM JH 207 Brown C
CJ -2253 .3787 Police Traffic Studies T R 11:00AM 12:15PM JH 207 Brown C
Drama
DRMA-1413 .3693 Acting I M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1224 Blake S
DRMA-1423 .3694 Acting II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1224 Blake S
Economics
ECON-2113 .3073 Principles of Macroeconomics M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM BC 842 ArmstrongT
ECON-2213 .3003 Principles of Microeconomics T R 11:00AM 12:15PM BC 842 ArmstrongT
ECON-2213 .3098 Principles of Microeconomics M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM BC 842 ArmstrongT
English
ENGL-0111R.3109 Fast Track Reading Lab R 08:00AM 08:50AM OCAE1321 Hill S
ENGL-0111R.3113 Fast Track Reading Lab F 12:00PM 12:50PM OCAE1321 Hill S
ENGL-0113R.3121 Introduction to College Reading T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1321 Capehart J
ENGL-0121R.3900 Fast Track Writing Lab T 08:00AM 08:50AM OCAE1321 Hill S
ENGL-0121R.3960 Fast Track Writing Lab M 12:00PM 12:50PM OCAE1321 Hill S
ENGL-0123R.3221 Intro to College Writing T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1321 Capehart J
ENGL-0123R.3504 Intro to College Writing M W 01:00PM 02:15PM OCAE1321 Hill S
CJ -1123 .3048 Criminal Law for Law Enforcement T 05:20PM 07:50PM BC 802 Nicholson M
CJ -2023 .3501 Criminal Procedures W 05:20PM 07:50PM BC 802 McLaughlin
CJ -2222 .3120 Criminal Justice Communication M 05:20PM 07:00PM BC 802 McLaughlin
English
ENGL-1113 .3028 Freshman Composition I M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM OCAE1222 Yandell S
ENGL-1113 .3038 Freshman Composition I T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1320 Hill S
ENGL-1113 .3039 Freshman Composition I T R 1100AM 12:15PM OCAE1320 Hill S
ENGL-1113 .3615 Freshman Composition I M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM OCAE1223 Smith R R
ENGL-1213 .3033 Freshman Composition II M W 01:00PM 02:15PM OCAE1222 Yandell S
ENGL-1213 .3040 Freshman Composition II T R 01:00PM 02:15PM OCAE1320 Hill S
ENGL-1213 .3054 Freshman Composition II T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1223 Smith R R
ENGL-1213 .3086 Freshman Composition II M W 01:00PM 02:15PM OCAE1223 BrownS
ENGL-1213 .3157 Freshman Composition II T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1220 Cole C
ENGL-1213 .3205 Freshman Composition II M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM OCAE1223 Smith R R
ENGL-1213 .3519 Freshman Composition II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1301 Staff
ENGL-1213 .3616 Freshman Composition II T R 08:00AM 09:15AM OCAE1220 Cole C
ENGL-1213 .3621 Freshman Composition II M W F 12:00PM 12:50PM OCAE1222 Yandell S
ENGL-1213 .4302 Freshman Composition II T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1220 Cole C
Geography
GEOG-2243 .3011 Fundamentals of Human Geography M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM OCAE1119 Cornell C
General Physical Science
GPS -1214 .3081 General Physical Science with Lab M W F 08:00AM 09:25AM RC 218 Afzali B
GPS -1214 .3159 General Physical Science with Lab M W F 01:00PM 02:25PM RC 218 Hughes S
GPS -1214 .3160 General Physical Science with Lab T R 01:00PM 03:05PM RC 218 Wylie R
GPS -1214 .3158 General Physical Science with Lab M 05:20PM 09:40PM RC 218 Emberton A
History
HIST-1483 .3016 American History 1492-1865 T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1301 Cornell C
HIST-1483 .3210 American History 1492-1865 M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM OCAE1122 Womack K
HIST-1493 .3164 American History 1865-Present M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM OCAE1122 Womack K
HIST-1493 .3782 American History 1865-Present M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1122 Womack K
HIST-1493 .3797 American History 1865-Present M W 01:00PM 02:15PM OCAE1119 Cornell C
HIST-1123 .3110 Modern Western Civilization T 05:20PM 07:50PM OCAE1119 Brennan T
HIST-1493 .3793 American History 1865-Present T 05:20PM 07:50PM OCAE1121 Staff
Health, Phys Ed, Rec.
HPER-1103 .3520 Introduction to HPER T R 11:00AM 12:15PM JH 206 Barnes C
HPER-1113 .3712 Personal Health and Wellness M W F 12:00PM 12:50PM BC 803 Guthrie T
HPER-1113 .3713 Personal Health and Wellness M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM BC 803 Guthrie T
HPER-2103 .3718 Care & Prev of Athletic Injuries M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM JH 206 Barnes C
HPER-2113 .3060 Theory of Coaching M W F 11:00AM 12:15PM BC 803 Guthrie T
HPER-2213 .3171 Standard First Aid & Personal Sfty M W F 12:00PM 12:50PM JH 206 Barnes C
HPER-2813 .3003 Drug Education M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM JH 206 Barnes C
Humanities
HUM -2113 .3612 General Humanities I M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM OCAE1224 Blake S
HUM -2113 .3643 General Humanities I T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1224 Blake S
HUM -2223 .3105 General Humanities II T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1222 Yandell S
HUM -2223 .3180 General Humanities II T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1222 Yandell S
MUS -1113 .3658 Music Appreciation T R 09:30AM 10:45AM HC 308 Dinsmore-D
HUM -2113 .3644 General Humanities I M 05:20PM 07:50PM OCAE1301 Hopper C
Mathematics
MATH-0111R.3124 Fast Track Math Lab W 08:00AM 08:50AM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-0111R.3125 Fast Track Math Lab T 08:00AM 08:50AM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-0113R.3728 Developmental Math M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-0123R.3088 Intermediate Algebra T R 11:00AM 12:15PM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-0123R.3731 Intermediate Algebra M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM RC 114 Holton J
MATH-1413 .3742 Survey of Contemporary Math M W 01:00PM 02:15PM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-1513 .3064 College Algebra T R 01:00PM 02:15PM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-1513 .3065 College Algebra M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-1513 .3106 College Algebra T R 09:30AM 10:45AM RC 123 Holton J
MATH-1513 .3124 College Algebra M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-1513 .3125 College Algebra T R 01:00PM 02:15PM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-1513 .3734 College Algebra M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM RC 123 Holton J
MATH-1513 .3735 College Algebra M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM RC 123 Holton J
MATH-1513 .4301 College Algebra T R 09:30AM 10:45AM RC 122 Bain L
MATH-1613 .3740 Plane Trigonometry M W F 08:00AM 08:50AM RC 123 Holton J
MATH-2275 .3744 Analytic Geometry&Calculus II MTWRF 11:00AM 11:50AM RC 202 Wylie R
MATH-0123R.3732 Intermediate Algebra M 05:20PM 07:50PM RC 114 Holton J
MATH-1513 .3737 College Algebra T 05:20PM 07:50PM RC 123 Holton J
Marketing
MKTG-1103 .3077 Introduction to Marketing T R 09:30AM 10:45AM BC 842 ArmstrongT
Music
MUS -1113 .3658 Music Appreciation T R 11:00AM 12:15PM HC 308 Dinsmore-D
MUS -1121 .3659 Freshman Show Choir I T R 01:30PM 02:45PM HC 307 King B
MUS -1141 .3030 Freshman Concert Choir I T 12:30PM 01:20PM HC 339 King B
MUS -1221 .3661 Freshman Show Choir II T R 01:30PM 02:45PM HC 307 King B
MUS -1241 .3031 Freshman Concert Choir II T 12:30PM 01:20PM HC 339 King B
MUS -2121 .3669 Sophomore Show Choir I T R 01:30PM 02:45PM HC 307 Dinsmore-D
MUS -2221 .3670 Sophomore Show Choir II T R 01:30PM 02:45PM HC 307 Dinsmore-D
Nursing
NUR -1219 .3101 Health Illness Nursing II sem 2 MTWRF 01:00PM 04:00PM HS 722 Gotes L
NUR -1219 .3206 Health Illness Nursing II sem 2 MTWRF 01:00PM 04:00PM HS 722 Stewart C
NUR -1219 .3537 Health Illness Nursing II sem 2 MTWRF 01:00PM 04:00PM HS 722 Sanders R
NUR -1219L.3220 Health Illness NursingII CLlab sem2 OFF HOSP Stewart C
NUR -1219L.3229 Health Illness NurII Lab Sem2 OFF HOSP Sanders R
NUR -1219L.3540 Health Illness NursingII CLlab sem2 OFF HOSP Stewart C
NUR -1219L.3541 Health Illness NursingII CLlab sem2 OFF HOSP Wemmerus E
NUR -2210 .3174 Health Illness Nursing II sem 4 MTWRF 09:00AM 12:00PM HS 722 Dollar P
NUR -2210 .3175 Health Illness Nursing II sem 4 MTWRF 09:00AM 12:00PM HS 722 PiguetL
NUR -2210 .3176 Health Illness Nursing II sem 4 MTWRF 09:00AM 12:00PM HS 722 Anderson M
NUR -2210L.3227 Health Illness Nur II Lab Sem4 OFF HOSP Anderson M
NUR -2210L.3546 Health Illness NursingII CLlab sem4 OFF HOSP Gotes L
NUR -2210L.3549 Health Illness NursingII CLlab sem4 OFF HOSP PiguetL
NUR -2210L.3996 Health Illness Nursing II Clab sem4 OFF HOSP Dollar P
Occ Health and Safety
OHS -1413 .3043 Physical Hazards Controls M W 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1120 Puhl R
OHS -2203 .3047 Legal Aspects&Environmental Regs M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1120 McConnelK
OHS -2333 .3050 Safety Program Training Pres Tech T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1120 McConnelK
OHS -2403 .3048 Principles of Industrial Hygiene T R 08:00AM 09:15AM OCAE1120 McKnight C
OHS -2433 .3049 Risk Management T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1120 McConnelK
Orientation
ORI -1111 .3207 Freshman Orientation M 02:30PM 03:20PM OCAE1220 Ridenour M
ORI -1111 .3209 Freshman Orientation M 01:00PM 01:50PM BC 811 Caughern M
ORI -1111 .3212 Freshman Orientation R 02:30PM 03:20PM BC 811 Caughern M
Philosophy
PHIL-1113 .3677 Introduction to Philosophy M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM OCAE1320 BrownS
Physical Therapy
PHTA-1203 .3552 Applied Anatomy & Physiology M W 08:00AM 08:55AM JH 206 Carroll W
PHTA-1203L.3553 Applied Anatomy & Physiology Lab M W 01:00PM 02:00PM JH 206 Carroll W
PHTA-1231 .3554 Clinical Orientation M W 02:05PM 03:05PM JH 206 Hobday J
PHTA-1231L.3555 Clinical Orientation OFF HOSP Hobday J
PHTA-1292 .3560 Physical Therapy Procedures I M W 09:00AM 09:55AM JH 206 Carroll W
PHTA-1292L.3561 Physical Ther Proced I Lab M W 10:00AM 11:00AM JH 204 Carroll W
Physics
PHYS-1214 .3100 General Physics II M W F 01:00PM 01:50PM RC 202 Wylie R
W 02:00PM 03:40PM RC 217
PHYS-2114 .3102 Eng Physics II w/Lab M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM RC 202 Wylie R
M 02:00PM 03:40PM RC 217
Political Science
POS -1113 .3023 American Federal Government M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM OCAE1119 Cornell C
POS -1113 .3133 American Federal Government T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1122 Womack K
POS -1113 .3134 American Federal Government T R 08:00AM 09:15AM OCAE1122 Womack K
POS -1113 .3165 American Federal Government M W F 08:00AM 08:50AM OCAE1121 Dehart D
POS -1113 .3571 American Federal Government M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM OCAE1121 Dehart D
POS -1113 .3801 American Federal Government M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1119 Cornell C
POS -1113 .3802 American Federal Government W 05:20PM 07:50PM OCAE1121 Dehart D
Psychology
PSY -1113 .3115 Introduction To Psychology M W F 08:00AM 08:50AM OCAE1118 Snyder K
PSY -1113 .3163 Introduction To Psychology M W F 01:00PM 01:50PM OCAE1118 Snyder K
PSY -1113 .3806 Introduction To Psychology T R 01:00PM 02:15PM OCAE1118 RayR
PSY -2123 .3808 Developmental Psychology T R 09:30AM 10:45AM OCAE1118 Snyder K
PSY -1113 .3807 Introduction To Psychology R 05:20PM 07:50PM OCAE1118 Staff
Religion
RLED-1123 .3050 New Testament M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1320 BrownS
Sociology
SOC -1113 .3068 Introduction to Sociology T R 11:00AM 12:15PM JH 210 Kellogg K
SOC -1113 .3487 Introduction to Sociology M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1118 Snyder K
SOC -2133 .3488 Marriage and Family T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1118 Snyder K
World Language
SPAN-1113 .3000 Conversational Spanish I M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM OCAE1322 Hall N
SPAN-1113 .3639 Conversational Spanish I M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1322 Hall N
SPAN-1223 .3142 Conversational Spanish II M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM OCAE1322 Hall N
CHOC-1513 .3117 Choctaw Language & Culture I M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM JH 202 Billy C
CHOC-1613 .3118 Choctaw Language & Culture II M W F 11:00AM 11:50AM JH 202 Billy C
Speech
SPCH-1001 .3170 Intercollegiate Forensics I W 02:30PM 03:20PM OCAE1224 Blake S
SPCH-1113 .3681 Intro to Speech Communication M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM OCAE1222 Yandell S
SPCH-1113 .3683 Intro to Speech Communication (ITV) T R 01:00PM 02:15PM OCAE1301 Blake S
SPCH-1113 .3685 Intro to Speech Communication T R 11:00AM 12:15AM OCAE1224 Blake S
SPCH-2223 .3122 Group Discussion (ITV) M W 12:00PM 01:15PM OCAE1301 Blake S
Zoology
ZOO -2124 .3107 Human Anatomy w/Lab T R 11:00AM 12:15PM RC 113 Afzali B
R 09:16AM 10:56AM RC 113
ZOO -2124 .3762 Human Anatomy w/Lab M W 11:00AM 12:15PM RC 113 Afzali B
W 02:30PM 04:10PM RC 113
ZOO -1114 .3063 General Zoology w/Lab M W 01:00PM 02:15PM RC 115 Brown P
F 01:00PM 02:40PM RC 319
ZOO -1114 .3079 General Zoology w/Lab M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM RC 115 Brown P
W 02:30PM 04:10PM RC 319
ZOO -1114 .3750 General Zoology w/Lab M W 11:00AM 12:15PM RC 115 Brown P
F 11:00AM 12:40PM RC 319
ZOO -2124 .3218 Human Anatomy w/Lab M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM RC 115 Brown P
M 02:30PM 04:10PM RC 115
ZOO -1114 .3506 General Zoology w/Lab T R 11:00AM 12:15PM RC 209 Wann D
R 12:20PM 02:00PM RC 319
ZOO -2114 .3185 Human Physiology w/Lab W F 11:00AM 12:15PM RC 209 Wann D
M 11:00AM 12:40PM RC 209
ZOO -2114 .3756 Human Physiology w/Lab M W F 09:00AM 09:50AM RC 209 Wann D
T 09:16AM 10:56AM RC 209
ZOO -1114 .3085 General Zoology w/Lab M W 08:00AM 09:15AM RC 210 Wiersig N
F 08:00AM 09:40AM RC 317
ZOO -2114 .3758 Human Physiology w/Lab M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM RC 210 Wiersig N
M 02:20PM 04:00PM RC 210
ZOO -1114 .3752 General Zoology w/Lab T 05:20PM 07:50PM RC 210 Wiersig N
T 08:00PM 09:40PM RC 317
SPRING 2018 Sallisaw Campus
Biology
BIO -1114 .8423 General Biology with Lab M W 01:00PM 02:15PM SE 8032 Reynolds N
M 02:20PM 04:00PM SE 8032
Botany
BOT -1114 .8358 General Botany w/Lab T R 09:30AM 10:45AM SE 8032 Reynolds N
T 02:20PM 04:00PM SE 8032
Business
BUS -2133 .8306 Business Communications R 05:20PM 07:50PM SE 8015 SmithD
Chemistry
CHEM-1025 .8359 General and Organic Biochemistry T R 09:30AM 10:45AM SE 8017 Emberton A
R 01:00PM 04:20PM SE 8017
CHEM-1115 .8319 General Chemistry I w/Lab T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SE 8017 Emberton A
T 01:00PM 04:20PM SE 8017
Computer Science
CS -1103 .8302 Microcomputer Applications M W 08:00AM 09:15AM SE 8011 MarshallP
CS -1103 .8320 Microcomputer Applications T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SE 8011 HensonJ
CS -1103 .8331 Microcomputer Applications T R 09:30AM 10:45AM SE 8011 HensonJ
CS -1103 .8375 Microcomputer Applications T R 08:00AM 09:15AM SE 8011 HensonJ
CS -1103 .8324 Microcomputer Applications R 05:20PM 07:50PM SE 8011 MarshallP
English
ENGL-0111R.8318 Fast Track Reading Lab T 08:00AM 08:50AM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-0111R.8338 Fast Track Reading Lab W 01:00PM 01:50PM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-0113R.8338 Intro to College Reading M W 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8225 Staff
ENGL-0121R.8316 Fast Track Writing Lab R 08:00AM 08:50AM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-0123R.8466 Intro to College Writing T R 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8213 Staff
ENGL-1113 .8304 Freshman Composition I M W 08:00AM 09:15AM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-1113 .8335 Freshman Composition I T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-1213 .8344 Freshman Composition II M W 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-1213 .8346 Freshman Composition II M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-1213 .8392 Freshman Composition II M W 01:00PM 02:15PM SE 8212 Staff
ENGL-1213 .8492 Freshman Composition II T R 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8212 Bane S
ENGL-1213 .8342 Freshman Composition II R 05:20PM 07:50PM SE 8054 Staff
Geography
GEOG-2243 .8357 Fundamentals of Human Geography M W 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8223 Pace J
History
HIST-1483 .8314 American History 1492-1865 T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8223 Pace J
HIST-1493 .8363 American History 1865-Present M W 08:00AM 09:15AM SC 8215 Pace J
HIST-1483 .8388 American History 1492-1865 M W 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8215 Pace J
Health, Phys Ed, Rec.
HPER-1113 .8325 Personal Health and Wellness M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8222 Rogers W
HPER-1113 .8356 Personal Health and Wellness T R 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8222 Rogers W
HPER-2213 .8328 Standard First Aid & Personal Sfty T R 08:00AM 09:15AM SC 8222 Rogers W
Humanities
HUM -2113 .8378 General Humanities I M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8127 Robertson C
HUM -2113 .8379 General Humanities I T R 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8127 Rogers C
HUM -2223 .8377 General Humanities II M W 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8127 Robertson C
HUM -2223 .8471 General Humanities II T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8127 Robertson C
HUM -2113 .8327 General Humanities I (ITV) M 05:20PM 07:50PM SE 8054 Hopper C
Mathematics
MATH-0113R.8382 Developmental Math M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8214 Bonds J
MATH-0123R.8385 Intermediate Algebra T R 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8214 Bonds J
MATH-0123R.8419 Intermediate Algebra M W 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8214 Bonds J
MATH-1513 .8347 College Algebra M W 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8214 Bonds J
MATH-1513 .8383 College Algebra M W 08:00AM 09:15AM SC 8214 Bonds J
MATH-1513 .8384 College Algebra T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8214 Bonds J
MATH-0113R.8387 Developmental Math W 05:20PM 07:50PM SC 8210 BallingerT
MATH-0123R.8381 Intermediate Algebra M 05:20PM 07:50PM SC 8211 Walters C
MATH-1513 .8380 College Algebra T 05:20PM 07:50PM SC 8225 Walters C
Nursing
NUR -1219 .8476 Helath Illness Nursing II sem 2 MTWRF 01:00PM 04:00PM SE 8012 Newlin K
NUR -1219L.8312 Health Illness NursingII CLlab sem2 OFF HOSP Newlin K
NUR -1219L.8328 Health Illness Nur II Lab Sem2 OFF HOSP Newlin K
NUR -2210 .8498 Health Illness Nursing II sem4 MTWRF 09:00AM 12:00PM SE 8012 Staff
NUR -2210L.8499 Health Illness NursingII CLlab sem4 OFF HOSP Staff
Orientation
ORI -1111 .8362 Freshman Orientation M 02:30PM 03:20PM SC 8225 Peerson K
ORI -1111 .8526 Freshman Orientation T 02:30PM 03:20PM SC 8127 Pruitt S
Political Science
POS -1113 .8367 American Federal Government T R 08:00AM 09:15AM SC 8215 Pace J
POS -1113 .8393 American Federal Government M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8215 Pace J
POS -1113 .8514 American Federal Government T R 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8215 Pace J
Psychology
PSY -1113 .8395 Introduction To Psychology M W 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8211 Rankin A
PSY -1113 .8397 Introduction To Psychology T R 8:00AM 09:15AM SC 8211 Rankin A
PSY -1113 .8481 Introduction To Psychology M W 08:00AM 09:15AM SC 8211 Rankin A
PSY -2113 .8398 Intro to Behavior & Adjustment M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8223 Loggains C
PSY -2123 .8396 Developmental Psychology T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SC 8211 Rankin A
Sociology
SOC -1113 .8322 Introduction to Sociology T R 08:00AM 09:15AM SC 8225 Loggains C
SOC -1113 .8489 Introduction to Sociology M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8211 Rankin A
SOC -2133 .8402 Marriage and Family T R 09:30AM 10:45AM SC 8223 Rankin A
SOC -1113 .8401 Introduction to Sociology T 05:20PM 07:50PM SC 8222 Loggains C
Speech
SPCH-1113 .8410 Intro to Speech Communication (ITV) T R 01:00PM 02:15PM SC 8213 Blake S
SPCH-2223 .8308 Group Discussion (ITV) M W 12:00PM 1:15PM SC 8124 Blake S
Zoology
ZOO -2114 .8417 Human Physiology w/Lab T R 11:00AM 12:15PM SE 8032 Reynolds N
R 02:20PM 04:00PM SE 8032
ZOO -2124 .8332 Human Anatomy w/Lab M W 09:30AM 10:45AM SE 8032 Reynolds N
W 02:20PM 04:00PM SE 8032
ZOO -1114 .8305 General Zoology w/lab M 05:20PM 07:50PM SE 8032 Heath R
M 08:00PM 09:40PM SE 8032
SPRING 2018 Virtual Campus Course ID Course Title Location Instructor
Accounting
ACCT-2203 .6302 Managerial Accounting WEB RepassH
Allied Health
AHS -1013 .6303 Introduction to Health Professions WEB Bailey H
AHS -1113 .6304 Intro to Medical Terminology WEB Hobday J
AHS -1113 .6305 Intro to Medical Terminology WEB Bailey H
AHS -1113 .6815 Intro to Medical Terminology (2nd8) WEB Gotes L
AHS -1203 .6306 Basic Nutrition WEB Holman J
AHS -1203 .6307 Basic Nutrition WEB Holman J
AHS -1203 .6308 Basic Nutrition WEB Holman J
AHS -1203 .6391 Basic Nutrition WEB Stewart C
AHS -1403 .6310 Basic Pharmacology WEB PiguetL
AHS -2013 .6311 Pathophysiology WEB Newlin K
Art
Business
BUS -2123 .6315 Statistics for Bus and Econ WEB ArmstrongT
Child Development
CD -1223 .6318 Preschool Behavior & Guidance WEB LewisR
CD -2053 .6319 Child Development Mgmt & Budgeting WEB Smith R
CD -2103 .6320 Children with Special Needs WEB LewisR
CD -2113 .6321 Child Growth & Development WEB LewisR
CD -2123 .6322 Health Care and Safety WEB LewisR
CD -2133 .6323 Language and Physical Skills WEB LewisR
CD -2223 .6325 Program Planning & Administration WEB Smith R
CD -2253 .6326 Infant & Toddler Programming WEB LewisR
Computer Science
Criminal Justice
CJ -1113 .6316 Intro to Criminal Justice WEB Brown C
Drama
Economics
English
ENGL-1113 .6337 Freshman Composition I WEB Smith R R
ENGL-1113 .6338 Freshman Composition I WEB Stetson J
ENGL-1213 .6339 Freshman Composition II WEB Cruse N
ENGL-1213 .6341 Freshman Composition II WEB CarrollT
ENGL-1213 .6342 Freshman Composition II WEB Cruse N
ENGL-1213 .6343 Freshman Composition II WEB Staff
ENGL-2413 .6344 Introduction to Literature WEB Yandell S
ENGL-2443 .6345 Masterpieces of World Literature II WEB Bane S
Geography
General Physical Science
GPS -1214 .6351 Gen Physical Science w/Lab (Proctor Req) WEB Hughes S
History
HIST-1113 .6353 Early Western Civilization WEB Cornell C
HIST-1483 .6355 American History 1492-1865 WEB Cornell C
HIST-1493 .6356 American History 1865-Present WEB Long S
HIST-1493 .6357 American History 1865-Present WEB Long S
HIST-1493 .6358 American History 1865-Present WEB Long S
Health, Phys Ed, Rec.
HPER-2103 .6364 Care & Prev of Athletic Injuries WEB Barnes C
HPER-2213 .6365 Standard First Aid & Personal Sfty WEB Barnes C
HPER-2213 .6366 Standard First Aid & Personal Sfty WEB Barnes C
Humanities
ENGL-2443 .6345 Masterpieces of World Literature II WEB Bane S
ENGL-2883 .6346 American Literature since Civil War WEB Yandell S
HUM -2223 .6369 General Humanities II WEB Robertson C
MUS -1113 .6392 Music Appreciation WEB Ford L
MUS -1113 .6811 Music Appreciation WEB Ford L
PHIL-1113 .6381 Introduction to Philosophy WEB Rogers C
PHIL-2123 .6382 Ethics WEB Rogers C
Mathematics
Music
Orientation
ORI -1111 .6379 Freshman Orientation WEB Peerson K
Philosophy
PHIL-2123 .6382 Ethics WEB Rogers C
Political Science
Psychology
PSY -2123 .6388 Developmental Psychology WEB McConnelK
Religious Education
Sociology
SOC -1113 .6390 Introduction to Sociology WEB Cole K
SOC -2123 .6392 Social Problems WEB Snyder K
SOC -2133 .6393 Marriage and Family WEB HughesK
SOC -2143 .6394 Comparative Cultures WEB Kellogg K
SPRING 2018 Hybrid Courses Course ID Course Title Days Starts Ends Location Instructor
Zoology
F 10:00AM 11:40AM SE 8032 Reynolds N
ZOO -2114 .6395 Human Physiology (hybrid) WEB Reynolds N
F 08:00AM 09:40AM SE 8032 Reynolds N
SPRING 2018 Student Support Services Course ID Course Title Days Starts Ends Location Instructor
English
ENGL-1213 .4302 Freshman Composition II T R 11:00AM 12:15PM OCAE1220 Cole C
Mathematics
MATH-1513 .4301 College Algebra T R 09:30AM 10:45AM RC 122 Bain L
SPRING 2018 First Eight Week Courses January 16, 2018 through March 9, 2018
Course ID Course Title Days Location Starts Ends Instructor
Accounting
ACCT-2203 .8333 Managerial Accounting (1st8) T R 09:30AM 12:00PM SE 8015 SmithD
Allied Health
AHS -1113 .8342 Intro to Medical Terminology(1st8) M W 08:00AM 10:30AM SE 8015 Heath R
Biology
BIO -1114 .6550 General Biology w/Lab (1st8) WEB WEB Wann D
WEB WEB Wann D
Physical Therapy Assistant
PHTA-2442 .3566 Psychosocial Aspects Phy Ther 1st 8 M W 01:00PM 02:40PM JH 203 Hobday J
PHTA-2473 .3567 Therapeutic Exercises II (1st 8wks) M W 10:00AM 11:00AM JH 203 Repass K
PHTA-2473L.3568 Therapeutic Exercise II Lab 1st8wks M W 01:00PM 03:00PM JH 204 Repass K
PHTA-2482 .3049 PTA Seminar (1st 8wks) M W 08:00AM 09:50AM JH 203 Repass K
PHTA-2413 .3562 Rehabilitation (1st 8wks) T R 08:00AM 10:00AM JH 203 Hobday J
PHTA-2413L.3563 Rehabilitation Lab (1st 8wks) T R 10:00AM 11:40AM JH 204 Hobday J
SPRING 2018 Second Eight Week Courses March 12, 2018 through May 18, 2018
Course ID Course Title Days Starts Ends Location Instructor Allied Health
AHS -1113 .6815 Intro to Medical Terminology (2nd8) WEB Gotes L
AHS -1203 .8343 Basic Nutrition (2nd8) M W 08:00AM 10:30AM SE 8015 Heath R
Biology
BIO -1114 .6551 General Biology w/Lab (2nd8) WEB WEB Wann D
WEB WEB Wann D
Physical Therapy Assistant
PHTA-2534.3582 Clinical Experience III (2nd 8wks) HOSP 08:00AM 05:00PM OFF HOSP Hobday J
Economics
ECON-2213 .8334 Principles of Microeconomics(2nd8) T R 09:30AM 12:00PM SE 8015 SmithD
History
Psychology
PSY -1113 .6817 Introduction To Psychology (2nd8) WEB Snyder K
SPRING 2018 Concurrent Schedule
English
ENGL-1213C.5308 Freshman Composition II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM DL Smthvl Smith R R
ENGL-1213C.5310 Freshman Composition II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM DL HOWE Smith R R
ENGL-1213C.5312 Freshman Composition II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM DL MULDR Smith R R
ENGL-1213C.5314 Freshman Composition II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM DL ROLAND Smith R R
ENGL-1213C.5316 Freshman Composition II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM DL ARKOMA Smith R R
ENGL-1213C.5818 Freshman Composition II M W F 10:00AM 10:50AM DL SPIRO Smith R R
ENGL-1213C.5820 Freshman Composition II M W F 11:00AM 11:50PM DL SALL SifersD
History
HIST-1483C.5307 American History 1492-1865 T R 09:30AM 10:45AM DL Smthvl Cornell C
HIST-1483C.5309 American History 1492-1865 T R 09:30AM 10:45AM DL HOWE Cornell C
HIST-1483C.5311 American History 1492-1865 T R 09:30AM 10:45AM DL MULDR Cornell C
HIST-1483C.5313 American History 1492-1865 T R 09:30AM 10:45AM DL ROLAND Cornell C
HIST-1483C.5315 American History 1492-1865 T R 09:30AM 10:45AM DL ARKOMA Cornell C
HIST-1483C.5317 American History 1492-1865 T R 09:30AM 10:45AM DL SPIRO Cornell C
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