Las Positas College | Summer/Fall 2020 Class Schedule

121 ADMISSIONS & RECORDS The Admissions & Records Office is here to serve as a resource regarding admissions, registration, enrollment verification, transcript requests, grades, and evaluation of transcripts for the purpose of awarding degrees and certificates. Our mission is to provide an inclusive learning-centered institution providing educational opportunities and support for completion of students’ transfer, degree, basic skills, career-technical, and retraining goals. ASSESSMENT CENTER The Assessment Center provides English, English as a Second Language (ESL), Mathematics, Chemistry, French, and Spanish placement for Las Positas College students. No appointments needed for testing. Contact the Assessment Center for more information. ATHLETICS Las Positas College Athletics meets student athletes where they are and empowers them to achieve their academic and athletic goals, by providing equitable athletic opportunities, leadership skills, team work, hard work, accountability and symmetry. The mission of the Athletic Department is to provide exceptional opportunities for students interested in competing in intercollegiate athletics, and to promote success both on and off the court or field through intercollegiate participation. The Athletic Department assists student-athletes in developing the knowledge, skills and abilities to help them pursue their educational, career, athletic and personal goals. BOOKSTORE The Las Positas College Bookstore is the college’s official store equipped to sell textbooks and workbooks in addition to school supplies, apparel, uniforms, tools, refreshments, and snacks. CALIFORNIA WORK OPPORTUNITY AND RESPONSIBILITY TO KIDS (CALWORKS) The CalWORKs program is dedicated to providing students who are currently receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) cash aid with coordinated student services such as counseling, work study, child care, and advocacy. Our goal is to guide students through a successful educational journey that will help them achieve long-term self-sufficiency. CAREER CENTER The Career Center at Las Positas College is designed to help students select a major or educational goal that aligns with their professional interests. Career Center personnel help students draft and edit cover letters and resumes, and provide referrals to internships and paid jobs, and host job fairs on-campus. CASHIER’S OFFICE The Cashier’s Office is responsible for collecting and processing tuition and student fees along with other miscellaneous fee payments. The Cashier’s Office manages third party invoicing, the collection of outstanding balances due to the College, and processes refunds due to over payments, class withdrawals, unit reductions, and residency status changes. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER The Child Development Center at Las Positas College offers an enriched social and educational experience for children. We are a model of “best practices” in the field of early education and children benefit by participating in innovative projects and personal interactions. Having a play-based philosophy, academics are integrated into the daily activities based on the children’s interests. Each day children will experience small and large group times, free choice, and outdoor times. They will have enriched activities throughout the day. Licensed by the State of California, we are committed to providing an inclusive and diverse environment where all children, families, and staff feel welcome. We have several enrollment options available including state funded preschool and LPC student scholarships through our 2GenFund program. In partnership with the ECE Department, we serve as a lab program for students interested in pursuing a career in Early Care and Education. For more information on this program, please stop by Building 2300 or call 925-424-1560. COMPUTER CENTER The Computer Center in Room 803 is a quiet open lab for school assignments. Computers are available on a “first come, first served” basis. You may be asked to give up your computer for classes that are held in 803 that need your seat. Instructional assistance is available from Computer Center staff during operating hours. Please notify staff if you have problems using the technology in the 803 lab. CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT Las Positas College provides the opportunity for high school students in 10th, 11th, and 12th grades to enroll in college- level courses. Students who desire to participate in concurrent enrollmentmust be recommendedby their high school principal and have written parental permission. Further information on the Concurrent Enrollment policy is available at the student’s high school, and at the Admissions and Records Office. We are happy to be able to offer high school students the opportunity to enroll concurrently for the spring, summer, and fall terms. COOPERATIVE AGENCIES RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION (CARE) The Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) program provides a variety of services and activities to assist single parent students in achieving educational goals. They may receive additional services such as special counseling, support groups, child care, stipends, book certificates, transportation expense reimbursements, automotive repair and maintenance service, job search assistance, tutoring, and peer advising. To be eligible for CARE, students must be a current Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) student, be attending college full-time, be receiving or have a child who is receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), and have a child who is under eighteen years of age. COUNSELING The Las Positas College Counseling Department provides academic, career, and personal counseling to prospective and continuing students. Academic counselors help draft student educational plans, advise students on how to choose educational goals, majors, and careers, and help students complete documentation related to graduation and transfer to ACADEMIC & STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

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