Spring 2012 resource guide by Diablo Valley College

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Diablo Valley College

Pleasant Hill Campus: 925-685-1230 | 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

San Ramon Campus: 925-866-1822 | 1690 Watermill Road, San Ramon, CA 94582


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student academic responsibilities you are expected to attend classes do class work on time and complete each course you are also expected to maintain regular progress towards an educational goal rights among your rights as a student you may file a complaint on the grounds that dvc failed to make a good faith effort to help you develop an educational plan or provide a specified service student code of conduct the student code of conduct is available at www.dvc.edu/code this code includes important information about students’ rights and responsibilities on campus the code contains specific rules and regulations governing student behavior along with the consequences for violating these rules if you would like a hard copy of the student code of conduct visit the student life office in the student union building policies waivers appeals and complaints if you are requesting waivers or filing appeals or complaints under the title 5 matriculation rights you must submit a form to the

programs of dvc transfer services study location dvc counseling building telephone 925-685-1230 ext 2588 website www.dvc.edu/transfer we want you to transfer transferring requires a lot of thought and planning as a dvc student you have access to free expert assistance through the entire process how can you get started • take counseling 095 “orientation to college.” this short class six hours gives you the “big picture” on how to navigate the transfer process it also includes an individual appointment with a dvc counselor • meet with a dvc counselor dvc counselors are specially trained to guide you through the transfer requirements for uc and csu schools they can also assist you with private and out-of-state colleges it is strongly recommended that you meet with a dvc counselor at least once each term • meet with four-year college admissions representatives — here at dvc to find out when your favorite school is coming to campus go to

emeritus college not-for-credit classes www.dvc.edu/emeritus location next to the library in foa telephone 925-685-1230 ext 2388 college for kids educational talent search ets www.dvc.edu/college4kids www.dvc.edu/ets location next to the library in foa telephone 925-685-1093 college for kids is a summer program that provides challenging enrichment classes at affordable prices for students entering the grades 4 through 9 the program takes place in the college environment and is patterned after a college curriculum and course structure classes are offered in a variety of subjects including art language mathematics computer science performing arts music physical education science and behavior science location next to library in foa telephone 925-685-1230 ext 2571 educational talent search is a federally funded program designed to assist low-income first generation college students between the ages of 11 and 27 with secondary school retention graduation re-entry and college placement

study abroad florence firenze italy spring florence in the heart of tuscany offers an unparalleled opportunity for students of art history and literature to explore it’s museums churches and italian culture people from all over the world visit florence to enjoy the city’s beauty and rich history contrasted with a vibrant modern culture including a wealth of cafes shops and cinemas whether reliving the renaissance indulging in opera or feeling the passion of an italian soccer match florence is an experience worthy of discovery what could be more ideal than earning course credit while living out a romantic adventure dvc offers trips abroad to some of the world’s most exciting cities where students can learn about a foreign culture by experiencing it first-hand over 1,000 dvc students have participated in the london program alone costs include living accommodations and an extensive schedule of cultural and social activities earn 12-15 transferable units for

student resources information center www.dvc.edu/informationcenter location student services center telephone ext 2578 hours check website for current hours the information center is a convenient place to learn about the services and programs available at diablo valley college learn about your insite/webadvisor portal and insite mail online registration the enrollment process and other services that help students achieve their goals admissions and records office www.dvc.edu/admissions telephone 925-685-1310 location student services center hours check website for current hours the admissions and records office serves students in admission registration records and evaluation of degree certificate and transfer requirements course adds and drops are also done through the admissions and records office art gallery www.dvc.edu/artgallery telephone ext 2471 location north side of campus by art classrooms room a305 hours check website for current hours evenings by appointment the art gallery

extended opportunity programs and services eops www.dvc.edu/eops telephone ext 2236/2366 location student services center 2nd floor ssc 214 hours check website for specific hours eops provides support services to low-income and educationally disadvantage students qualified students can obtain assistance with book vouchers work-study jobs counseling peer advising tutoring and transfer assistance eops administers the cooperative agencies resources for education care program which provides additional services for single parents who receive tanf/calworks cash aid with dependent children 13 years of age and under financial aid office www.dvc.edu/financialaid telephone ext 2290/2363 or 2180 location student services center hours check website for current hours the financial aid office offers information and help in determining eligibility for federal and state financial aid grants work-study and other forms of aid are available to close the gap between student resources and academic

student assistance program telephone ext 2086 or 800-227-1060 tvp 800-327-0801 location student union building hours check website for current hours student career and employment programs and services students can get help with a wide variety of personal problems through this program family problems those related to aids relationships addictions stress and finances are all appropriate subjects for this counseling a brochure describing the services can be found in the student life office library peer support center and the counseling office ww.dvc.edu/career w location student services center telephone ext 2435/2206 hours check website for current hours dvc’s career and employment services include calworks workability iii cooperative work experience education co-op volunteer services and the contra costa county office of education transition program student life office www.dvc.edu/student-life telephone ext 2095 location student union building hours check website for current

san ramon valley center directions to srvc take 680 exit no 34 bollinger canyon rd proceed eastbound approximately four miles right on watermill road left onto srvc campus 1690 watermill road san ramon 94582 925-866-1822 • www.dvc.edu watermill rd take dvc classes in san ramon and enjoy a small college atmosphere with a broad selection of day and evening classes counseling faculty offices admissions and records 162 art studio 160 163 computer hall art yard 166 art studio 164 computer stairs 188 acorn learning center 174 math lab language lab stairs stairs student book services store mechanical plant learning commons fountain area study room police 176 187 stairs 181 physical education 180 diablo valley college san ramon valley center free parking area second floor west building 216 219 library east building 226 220 222 230 227 225 228 hall 229 232 community center 212 217 218 240 221 204 235 biology lab biology lab 239 science prep 238 237 conference open to room below elevators

for most numbers campus directory dial 925-685-1230 then the extension course division information office/program ext applied and fine arts—————— 2311 office/program ext counseling and library studies— 2250– office/program engineering and engineering technology career geography physical art digital media counseling geology broadcast communication arts learning skills global information systems gis drama library and information technology global positioning systems gps film library science physical science art art history and photography physics foreign language humanities and philosophy english————————————— 2499 music english speech journalism math and computer science——— 2273 addiction studies computer science dental laboratory technician health science horticulture nutrition oceanography business

680 northbound to dvc exit concord-burnett avenue left on diamond boulevard left on concord avenue left on contra costa boulevard right on golf club road dvc is on the left 680 southbound dvc n rd anyo ger c bollin exit concord avenue left on contra costa boulevard right on golf club road dvc is on the left to srvc san ramon valley center take 680 exit on bollinger canyon road proceed eastbound approximately four miles right on watermill road left onto srvc campus campus map service/program bldg grid administration ab c2 administration of justice fo d3 admissions and records office ssc c4 advanced technology center atc d1 arena theater ar c5 art /photography gallery a b4 assessment center ssc b4 associated students of dvc/clubs su c5 book center bc d4 business/foreign language bfl b2 cafeteria cc c4 calworks ssc c4 career and employment services ssc c4 cashier ssc c4 child center fla b2 college for kids foa e2 community conference center ccc b3

pleasant hill campus map bike rack pa 3 2 division offices applied and fine arts bfl 204 biological and health sciences ps 263 business education ma 267 counseling and library studies c 112 english fo 136 b2 e2 d4 d3 c2 math and computer science ma 267 physical education athletics dance pe 105 physical science and engineering ps 263 social science fo 136 d4 d6 e2