Summer 2011 class listing by Diablo Valley College

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english as a second language esl financial aid office telephone ext 2214 or 2582 location learning center 102 or 117 hours posted on office door esl students receive information and help with assessment testing registration review of class schedules adding/dropping classes selecting pass/no pass grade option grading policy vocational education programs learning center tutoring programs student organizations computer software instruction and more extended opportunity programs and services 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 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 expenses the board of governors waiver bogw is available to pay enrollment fees applications can be obtained in the financial aid office financial aid workshops are offered twice a month to provide hands-on assistance to students in completing the fafsa application and other financial aid forms library telephone hours dvc ext 2441 srvc 925-973-3380 the dvc library is closed during all college holidays and semester recesses check website for current hours the libraries at the pleasant hill and san ramon valley campuses offer a full range of resources and information resources and services to both students and faculty a robust collection of print and electronic resources include 24-hour access to e-books journal articles encyclopedias and more these online resources research guides and other information are available from the library website full access is possible from off campus using the college connect card student id number the dvc library also provides nine group study rooms an information commons with 30 computers and a 35-computer lab/classroom the dougherty station library at the san ramon valley center is a joint-use library collaboration between the contra costa county public library and the dvc library the dougherty station library provides books dvd’s course reserves and online access to databases and e-books a learning commons in the college west building provides additional group and individual study space and computers use a combination of your dvc connect card and the contra costa county library card to access all the resources available through the dougherty station library traveling to dvc bart buses connect dvc to bart which services concord pleasant hill walnut creek lafayette orinda and other cities throughout the bay area for information go to buses county connection dvc is served by frequent county connection buses to bart and local communities weekday buses 9 18 20 28 and 649 limited service all serve dvc weekend buses are 314 316 and 320 bicycle secure bike racks and bike lockers are available at various locations on campus a network of trials throughout contra costa county offer a peaceful quiet ride free trail maps can be obtained by visiting 511 contra costa at bikes can be transported by bart or bus as well bike lockers may be leased by students faculty and staff leasing applications are available on a term-length basis only and can be obtained in the student life office 925-685-1230 ext 2095 the new transit center offers more convenience for commuters on campus carpooling carpooling to school is a healthier ride with 12.5 miles of high occupancy vehicle lanes on 680 between the marina vista interchange south of the benica bridge to the north main street interchange in walnut creek and from livorna road in walnut creek south to alcosta boulevard in san ramon 18 diablo valley college 925-685-1230 summer 2011 511 contra costa provides commuter information to college students in contra costa county visit for more information 511 contra costa is funded by the bay area air quality management district’s transportation fund for clean air and the contra costa transportation authority.