WCJC College Catalog 2010-2011 by Wharton County Junior College

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supervisor in accordance with the district’s grievance policy [reg 591 and 877 however no procedure or step in that policy shall have the effect of requiring the employee or student alleging sexual harassment to present the matter to a person who is the subject of the complaint note the director of human resources or the president may also be contacted by personnel on issues relating to sexual harassment admission and registration admission admission for the college credit studies is open to all applicants who meet at least one of the methods of regular admission listed below however admission to the college does not imply admission to all programs guidelines for admission to the associate degree nursing adn dental hygiene physical therapist assistant radiologic technology surgical technology and vocational nursing lvn programs are given in the degree requirements section of this catalog or from the respective program directors each applicant must satisfactorily complete all phases of the admission process methods of regular admission persons may qualify for admission to wharton county junior college by any of the following means high school graduate any student that has graduated from a state accredited high school the following admission requirements must be met and submitted to the office of admissions and registration • completed and signed paper application or submitted electronic application • completed official copy of the high school transcript showing the last year’s grades and date of graduation • official thea alternative or exemption test scores and documentation meets the texas success initiative as required by the texas higher education coordinating board ged graduate – students who have completed the general educational development ged test the following admission requirements must be 14 met and submitted to the office of admissions and registration • completed and signed paper application or submitted electronic application • ged certificate with official scores and completion date • official thea alternative or exemption test scores and documentation meets the texas success initiative as required by the texas higher education coordinating board graduate of home school private school or non-accredited high school any student who has completed a home school program or has graduated from a private or non-accredited high school is eligible to apply for admission the following admission requirements must be met and submitted to the office of admissions and registration • completed and signed paper application or submitted electronic application • completed and notarized copy of the student’s transcript signed by the principal or head of instruction showing the last semester’s grades and date of graduation • official thea alternative or exemption test scores and documentation meets texas success initiative as required by the texas higher education coordinating board students transferring from an accredited college or university or who are concurrently enrolled in an accredited college only credits from accredited colleges or universities are accepted the following admission requirements must be met and submitted to the office of admissions and registration • completed and signed paper application or submitted electronic application • official and up–to-date transcript from all colleges attended • official thea alternative or exemption test scores and documentation meets texas success initiative as required by the texas higher education coordinating board wharton county junior college only recognizes and accepts transferable credit from colleges or universities that have been accredited by one of the following six “regional accreditation” bodies 1 middle states association of colleges and schools 2010-2011 college catalog course descriptions