Official 2017-2018 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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27 1 2 3 be enrolled in a cte program for at least 12 hours in the academic year be a member of one or more of the following federally defined underserved populations a students with disabilities b students who are economically disadvantages c students preparing for careers that are non-traditional for their gender where their gender comprises less than 25 of those employed in that field d students who are single parents including single pregnant women e students who are displaced homemakers f students with limited english proficiency face immediate barriers that put them at risk of dropping out of college students who met these requirements should speak with their academic advisor about the services available to them students will need to complete the perkins cte student support grant application available on myrichland→my student info applications are due on or before the 10th day of each semester for more information students should contact their academic advisor or call the perkins services coordinator at 217.875.7211 ext 6257 self-registration students may register themselves if they have completed twelve 12 semester hours at richland have a 2.00 grade point average and are eligible for engl 101 and math 098 students eligible for self-registration are sent a notification by richland e-mail approximately 3 weeks prior to the start of registration student employment job search assistance is available in career services room c133 part-time and full-time job openings available in the community are posted in the center and online at students may also request résumé writing assistance as well as other job search assistance by making an appointment with the career services staff a computer printer and special résumé software are also available for student use all services are free educating students is the primary objective of richland community college student employment will support and supplement the academic mission and process students must be enrolled for at least six 6 semester hours and in “good academic standing” as defined by the college’s academic standard policy students are limited to twenty 20 hours per week while classes are in session and thirty 30 hours during semester breaks fall and spring and will receive minimum wage all richland students who work for richland community college as college work study employees must fill out an application and be authorized to work by career services in order to be approved for federal work study students must complete the application and be authorized to work by career services and the office of financial aid visit richland career services online at for more information student ids photo student identification cards are required and available at no cost to registered students students must show a photo id to access services such as the computer lab or testing center and for students to receive student discounts where applicable there is a fee for replacement of a lost id card id cards should be kept from year to year photo ids will be taken throughout the semester photo ids are taken in the student success center located in the workforce development institute wdi student support services/trio student support services/trio a federally funded program from the u.s department of education is a student-oriented program that provides a variety of free support services to richland community college students the services provided are designed to help program participants maximize their effectiveness as students to successfully complete a transferable degree at richland the successful graduate will then transfer to a four-year college/university to complete a baccalaureate degree from enrollment to graduation the student support services/trio staff offers assistance that will help enhance the academic personal and professional growth of student participants sss/trio offers loaner equipment transfer trips cultural events financial literacy job shadowing and student clubs program eligibility richland community college students working to complete a two-year degree with the intentions of transferring to a four-year college/university upon graduating from richland may be eligible for the sss/trio program if they meet any one of the following criteria • be a first-generation college student neither parent graduated from a four-year college/university • demonstrate a financial need according to federal guidelines • have a documented disability individuals are invited to stop by the sss/trio office room c143 or call 217.875.7211 ext 6440 to discover how the sss/trio staff can help students meet their academic goals all services for sss/trio participants are free applications to the sss/trio program are accepted throughout the year richland community college catalog 2017-2018