WESTMINSTER COLLEGE GRADUATE SCHOOL SUMMER SESSION 2016 SCHEDULE HICKORY/FREEDOM COHORTS Revised 1/26/2016 All courses are blended with classes meeting 8 times and having 8 concurrent on-line out of class assignments. All students will be expected to attend scheduled classes as well as complete the online assignments as required. All classes will begin on the listed start date. See other side for important dates, times, location for class meetings. SESSION 1: May 10 – July 1, 2016 Classes meet face to face for 8 weeks on the nights indicated commencing the week of May 11 thru the week of July 1. Classes are supplemented with out of class online assignments. Course CE 981 HI Title School Counseling Practicum CE2 Site Day Start Date Room Hickory W May 11 102 Instructor Eric Perry SESSION 2: July 11 – July 21, 2016 Classes have 8 face to face meetings from 9 am – noon, over a two week period on M-T-W-R July 11-12-13-14 and M-T-W-R July 18-19-20-21. Classes are supplemented with out of class online assignments. Course CE 890 HI Title Counseling Theories and Practice CE2 Site Hickory Day Start Date Room Instructor M-T-W-R July 11-12-13-14 102 Suzanne Semivan July 18-19-20-21 SUMMER SESSION 2016 IMPORTANT DATES SESSION 1 March 1 May 10 July 1 July 8 Tuesday Monday Friday Friday Registration for Summer Session 2015 Session 1 & 2 opens CLASSES BEGIN & Add/drop period begins for Session 1 Last day for Session 1 Session 1 grades are due by noon SESSION 2 July 11 July 22 July 29 Monday Friday Friday CLASSES BEGIN & Add/drop period begins for Session 2 Last day for Session 2 Session 2 grades are due by noon 100% On-Line Course and Blended Course Refund Policy Add/Drop Action: Add/Drop Withdraw Timing: Financial Impact: Prior to the completion of the fifth calendar day after the official start date of the course as determined by the College’s academic calendar and/or schedule of classes. No fee After the completion of the fifth calendar day after the official start date of the course as determined by the College’s academic calendar and/or schedule of classes. 100% course charges If a student does not log in at all, or does not participate academically in the course (see below), the course would be considered dropped within the add/drop period, and there would be no fee for the course. Conversely, if it is demonstrated that the student academically participated in the course after the add/drop period, they would be responsible for the full course charges. Rules for documenting academic participation would be consistent with those prescribed under federal regulations for determining withdrawal from a course for federal financial aid purposes. Examples of academic participation are: submission of an assignment, submission of an exam, posting to an on-line study group or discussion forum, or contact with a faculty member to ask a question about the academic subject of the course.