Summer 2011 class listing by Diablo Valley College

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dvc transfer center location dvc counseling building telephone 925-685-1230 ext 2588 website 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 visit the transfer center to get all the latest information you need on transfer • 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 and click on “college representatives visiting dvc” – then call or come by the transfer center to schedule your personal appointment • make time to attend one or more of dvc’s many transfer programs and events dvc offers transfer classes workshops information sessions and special events such as transfer day and application workshops check out our display cases or go to • take a free class at uc berkeley csu east bay jfku or mills college while still at dvc dvc in partnership with these nearby colleges and universities offers the opportunity for our students to take one or more courses at these campuses — even before applying or being admitted — and at no charge see a dvc counselor for details • take advantage of a guaranteed admission program dvc has special transfer agreements with seven uc campuses csu east bay and university of the pacific these agreements give qualified students a guarantee of an offer of admission see a dvc counselor or stop by the transfer center for details programs of study learning communities we invite you to join a dvc learning community in doing so you will join a group of students in one or more classes that are linked together by a common thread this thread could be of many types for example subject matter personal interests cultural perspectives or life goals our goal is to help you to get the most out of your time at dvc by offering you an innovative curriculum academic and personal support and the opportunity to meet and make friends with a variety of people with whom you will share an enriched common educational experience eops summer institute the eops summer institute is a six-week college readiness summer program designed to bridge the gap between high school and college the program is open to recent high school graduates and incoming high school seniors students benefit from taking college english math and counseling courses as part of an educational and fun learning community special activities include weekly pizza lunches trips to four-year colleges and universities and interdisciplinary activities such as an art-english anthology project for more information on the eops summer institute please contact lindsay kong 685-1230 ext 2076 or orientation for college athletes counseling 096 and peic 098 are you a new student athlete at dvc if so you will need to enroll in the student athlete courses couns 096 and peic 098 these two learning community classes are linked together the couns 096 is an introduction to college for student-athletes designed to provide students with a concrete plan for enrolling and succeeding in college ncaa coa commission on athletics and dvc regulations as well as campus services for student-athletes will be emphasized pic098 is an intercollegiate orientation class puente puente program in collaboration with the university of california the dvc puente program is a one-year pretransfer program open to all students who meet the eligibility criteria the content of the course focuses on mexican american/latino writing issues and experiences all students will be required to participate in all course and project activities counseling and mentoring the program is based on three components that work together english instruction counseling and mentoring english 118 helps students with their writing skills while counselors help with devising career options developing an academic plan and identifying long term goals mentors from the business or professional community share their personal academic and career experience with the students since its founding in 1981 puente has expanded to 54 community colleges throughout the state including dvc studies indicate that community colleges with puente programs transfer 44 percent more latino students to the university of california than colleges without puente look for puente courses in the schedule of classes section class schedule is subject to change for the most up-to-date information visit enroll online 13