Summer 2011 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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where do i start new students new matriculated student – never attended college or transfer students with fewer than 12 college units who completed the assessment test and counseling 095 college orientation • submit an application step 1 and begin at step 5 new non-matriculated students – never attended college or transfer students with fewer than 12 college units completed who completed the assessment test and counseling 095 college orientation • submit an application step 1 and follow all steps returning students and new transfer students with more than 12 college units begin at step 1 • contact the counseling center at 925-685-1230 ext 2276 or ext 2278 to make an appointment with a counselor to discuss current educational goals or plans continuing students – enrolled summer 2010 fall 2010 or spring 2011 • view registration appointment time online webadvisor and begin at step 5 concurrently enrolled high school students • go to

proxy information your written permission is needed anytime you authorize someone else to conduct any transactions in the admissions and records office on your behalf you will need to provide your proxy with the following • written permission which includes your proxy’s name your signature and detailed information on what transaction you authorize them to do • student id number and birth date • your name address and telephone number your proxy will need to show a valid photo id before any transactions are completed attendance if you miss the first class meeting or are absent for the equivalent of two weeks without approval you may be dropped by the instructor if you do not attend class but fail to drop the class by the refund deadline you are still responsible for the registration fees withdrawing from a class you must officially drop classes through the online or telephone registration system or at the admissions and records office nonattendance can result in

this includes student participation in field trips athletic competition and/or any activity sponsored by the college any violation of this policy will be cause for disciplinary action up to and including expulsion the use of controlled substances or the abuse of alcohol has significant health risks for a description of the effects and health risks associated with use of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol and the applicable legal sanctions under local state or federal law please visit www.dvc.edu/policies/alcohol-drugs any student who needs information about substance abuse treatment may consult a campus counselor or the dean of student life who can provide information about available treatment resources sexual assault relationship violence and stalking consistent with the spirit of ab 1088 the college is committed to working with students to reduce the risk of sexual assault stalking and relationship violence if you would like more information about these issues you are welcome to

waitlist how do i manage my waitlist go to www.dvc.edu click on webadvisor click on use webadvisor now log in to your webadvisor account the waitlist is a way to prioritize the enrollment of students after a class has reached its maximum there are no guarantees that you will be enrolled from the waitlist therefore it is always best to enroll in a class with open seats if you are still on a waitlist when the class begins the instructor cannot consider adding you to the class unless you attend the first class meeting click on current students registration instructions click on manage my waitlist my priority registration dates search for sections express registration search and register register for previously selected sections drop sections manage my waitlist manage my waitlist action waitlist status expire date term section name and location meeting information faculty title active summer biosc-101-2009 diablo valley 2011 fundamentals of bio college science 1 2 3 lecture mw 09:30a.m

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 4th through 9th grades 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 to receive a complete schedule of classes offered at pleasant hill and san ramon in 2011 call 925-685-1093 or check our website 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

student tutoring tutors can help with course work homework exam preparation or grade improvement all students benefit from tutorial services that strengthen their computational skills and/or basic writing reading language and critical thinking skills free tutoring is available for registered dvc students for all academic levels and for a variety of courses see the website for a more information on the locations listed below www.dvc.edu/tutoringservices business education computer and tutoring lab telephone ext 2905 location bfl building room 107 and 109 hours posted outside bfl107 tutoring is available for business and finance classes by appointment or on a drop-in basis help with accounting business statistics business math business english and most microsoft office products please call for further information english tutoring lab telephone ext 2446 location lc 105 hours check schedule posted on lab door and english learning center website for current hours all students currently

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 take dvc classes in san ramon and enjoy a small college atmosphere with a broad selection of day and evening classes services calworks and eops services are also available during special drop-in hours please go to www.dvc.edu/srvc-services for more information currently over 3,000 students attend srvc and enjoy easy access at the convenient san ramon valley location and free parking students may choose to take all their classes at srvc or may take classes both in san ramon and pleasant hill a wide range of classes are offered at srvc which allows students to complete the general education requirements for an associate degree the transfer requirements for uc csu and other private colleges and universities and to complete certificate programs take

cert of achievement • addiction studies • • administration of justice • • • engineering/engineering technology architecture technology/design • • civil drafting allied health h h h computer aided drafting/digital media • mechanical drafting art-fine arts art digital media solar thermal degree major cert of accomplishment degree major cert of achievement h new program cert of accomplishment dvc certificate programs and associate degrees • • • • • • • • english • h environmental science h biology broadcast communications arts • • • foreign language french business general • • • foreign language german • • business accounting • • foreign language italian • business management and leadership studies • • foreign language japanese • business marketing • • foreign language

for most numbers office/program dial 925-685-1230 then the extension building ext outside phone no housing information––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– student union——————————— 2095 information center ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ssc—————————————— 2578 insurance

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

dvc diablo valley college ca leed gold certified ect mpus commons proj has always used the color green but now green is our new attitude n we’re going paperless printing fewer schedules and catalogs which solar panels in parking lo electricity fo ts 1 3 and 4 prov ide r campus use makes them cost a little more but it s the right thing to do for our planet n we’ll soon be breaking ground on our new leed gold certified campus commons project n our gorgeous new transit center makes taking public transportation to campus easier than ever the county connection even offers new hybrid buses on many transit lines n our solar parking lots are saving thousands of dollars on energy costs while protecting our cars from the winter rain and the summer heat n our new parking lot landscaping is draught resistant conserving precious resources n we’re teaching more classes online so students don’t have to commute to campus as often n we’re increasing our recycling