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Semester Calendar Shortcut Communication
Prior to First Day of Class Copying
First Day of Class Parking
Classroom Rolls and Admission to Class Payroll
American Disabilities Act Requests Reporting Computer Problems
Promoting Attendance Reporting Classroom Conditions
Mid-term Grades  
Faculty Absence and Attendance Bookstore
Faculty Evaluation by Students Library (GALILEO) (GIL)
End of Semester Duties Media Requests
Classroom Emergencies Severe Weather Alert
  Student Activities
Part Time Faculty Handbook (pdf format) Testing Center

Semester Calendar

The Semester Calendar provides key dates concerning the College's academic and administrative schedule. Click to find important dates to remember including the first day of class, last day of class, drop day, final exams, College holidays, and other important dates such as payday.


Prior to First Day of Class

Allied Health Syllabus Example Business & Social Science Syllabus Example
Humanities & Learning Support Syllabus Example Nursing Syllabus Example
Physical Education Syllabus Example Science and Mathematics Syllabus Example

First Day of Class

Classroom Rolls and Admission to Class

American Disabilities Act (ADA) Requests

Promoting Attendance

Mid-term Grades

Faculty Absence and Attendance

Faculty Evaluations by Students

All faculty are evaluated by the students during Fall semester. Notice of the evaluation and instructions for administering it will be circulated during the semester. Additional evaluations may be administered during other semesters. A sample of the student evaluation can be viewed by clicking on the following link: Student's Evaluation of Faculty (note: form is older style, but the questions are the same).

End of Semester Duties

Classroom Emergencies

Anyone observing emergencies during the day should contact the division chair or the Dean of Students or the on-duty security officer.

In the event of a fire alarm (a loud, raucous intermittent noise), instructors should evacuate the building. Diagrams of fire evacuation routes are posted in the halls of every building. Each faculty member should know the evacuation route from every classroom in which he or she teaches.

When the school is under a tornado watch, the message will be delivered to each instructor in the classroom. In the event of a tornado warning (a bell that rings for at least three minutes), instructors should lead their classes to approved areas of the building. Diagrams of relatively safe areas are posted in the halls of all buildings. Each faculty member should know the safe areas nearest each classroom in which he or she teaches.

An instructor who observes an emergency should report immediately to the division chair, Dean of Students, or security officer (cell phone: 347-5852). If this cannot be done in a timely fashion, the instructor should call Emergency Services (911).

Evening Emergencies

Instructors who do not have ready access to telephones can reach the Evening Supervisor or on-duty security officer by asking for assistance at the following sites:

  1. The Evening Operations Center in A198 (317-6944),
  2. Any of the Learning Support labs on the second floor of the McKnight Building (6879, 6880, 6881), or
  3. The library (6766).




The division copying machine is available for part-time instructors. Check with division secretary for copying procedures. A copying machine may also be available in the library.


Parking permits are available from the Business Office (A152). Evening students must park in the student areas.


Reporting Computer Problems

Reporting Classroom Conditions

Problems with noise, lighting, temperature, spills, overcrowding, etc. should be reported to the division chair.