Chabot College | Spring 2023 | Class Schedule

Spring 2023 CLASS SCHEDULE See page 9 for Free Tuition | See page 12 for Vaccination Requirements Priority Registration Begins November 8 INVEST IN YOU Our Peer Guide team is here to support your success! Call us at (510) 274-1550 Photo by Cemone Harper

Message from the President Welcome to our vibrant college community, one that has been part of the future of students and communities for generations! After over a year of delivering instruction to our intrepid students mostly online, we are back in full swing this spring. As Chabot President and a former teacher at the college, I treasure Chabot College as a place for gathering, for exciting presentations, discussions, and learning from the special magic of joining an in-person community of peers, teachers, and staff! While we will continue to offer any array of classes in different learning modalities, the majority of Spring Semester will be in person, across our classrooms, our athletic fields and other outdoor venues, and in all of our service areas. We are excited to be part of to the unique community that is Chabot College, in which campus life is an essential ingredient. I urge you to look over our Spring Schedule, to see which classes and opportunities best match your pathway to achieving your dreams. I look forward to meeting you here and encourage you to reach out to me and other faculty and staff with your questions! Susan Sperling, Ph.D. President, Chabot College BOARD OF TRUSTEES Tim Sbranti, President Linda Granger, Secretary Hal G. Gin, Ed.D. Maria L. Heredia Stephen Lanza, Trustee-Elect Harris Mojadedi Luis Reynoso, Ed.D. Vivianna Patino , Chabot College Student Trustee Vacant, Las Positas College Student Trustee PRESIDENT Susan Sperling, Ph.D., President, Chabot College Dyrell Foster, Ed.D., President, Las Positas College CHANCELLOR Ron Gerhard

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 1 510.723.6600 • TABLE OF CONTENTS CLASS SCHEDULE NOTIFICATIONS ALTERNATE FORMAT The class schedule is available in an alternative format. Contact the Accessibility Center for Education for more information. • Located in Building 2400 • • 510.723.6725 CLASS SCHEDULE UPDATES The Chabot - Las Positas Community College District reserves the right to cancel classes, to make other changes as college needs require, and to change, without notice, any of the information, requirements and regulations in this schedule of classes. GRANTING OF CERTIFICATES AND DEGREES Per Board Policy 4100, the District grants associate degrees and certificates to students who have successfully completed the prescribed curriculum and graduation requirements for those degrees and certificates. PHOTOGRAPHY DISCLAIMER Chabot and Las Positas Colleges, being non-profit California Community Colleges, reserve the right to use photography and video images of students and visitors, age 18 and older, taken on our property and at college-sponsored events for marketing and promotional purposes. Objection to the use of an individual’s photograph may be made in writing to the district office of marketing and public relations, addressed to: Director, Public Relations, Marketing and Government Relations, Chabot-Las Positas Community College District 7600 Dublin Blvd., 3rd Floor, Dublin, CA 94568. FERPA DISCLAIMER Please see page 119 for Chabot College’s FERPA policy regarding the right to inspect and review student education records, the right to request the amendment of records, and the right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information. For the most current class information, please check the Chabot College searchable online class schedule: Academic Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Admissions Apply 2 B.O.G Fee Waiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Concurrent Enrollment 5 Eligibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 International Students 4 Priority Registration 2 Veterans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Associate Degree 121 Campus Map 128 Campus Safety and Security . . . . . . . . . . 117 Canvas Student Support 32 Student Support Hub . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Success in an Online Class 32 ChabotGo! App 12 Class Listing 34 Class Listing Guide 45 Contact Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Degrees and Certificates 122 English & Math Course Selection 17 English Informed Course Selection 18 Math Enrollment Guide . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) 119 Fees and Refunds 14 California Non-Resident Tuition Exemption (AB 540) . 14 Final Exam Schedule 127 Financial Aid BankMobile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 B.O.G Fee Waiver . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Cal Grant: Free Cash for College 9 California Dream Act . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Chabot College Promise: Free College Tuition 9 Eligibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 How to Apply 6 Important Things to Know . . . . . . . . . . 8 Repayment 7 General Education for Associate Degree . . . . . . 120 Lost and Found 117 Non-Discrimination Policy 119 Orientation/Matriculation 10 Parking Permits 15 Registration Adding Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Class Withdrawal 13 Counseling Services for Registration 22 Dropping Classes 13 Special Programs and Services Adult Education Program 23 Aspire Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Black Cultural Resource Center (BCRC) . . . . . . 23 CalWORKs Program 23 CARE Program 23 Change It Now (CIN) . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Disabled Students Programs & Services (DSPS) . . . 24 Dream Center 24 ECD Classes en Espanol . . . . . . . . . . . 24 El Centro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 ETS Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Excel Program 25 Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) 25 Guardian Scholars Program 25 Hayward Promise Neighborhoods 25 International Student Program 26 Mesa/TRiO STEM . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Movement 26 PACE Program 26 Puente Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 RISE 27 Umoja Community 27 Veterans Resource Center (VRC) . . . . . . . . 27 Steps to Getting Started 11 Student ID Card 16 Vaccination Requirement . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 ZoneMail 16

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 2 510.723.6600 • ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION APPLY FOR ADMISSION AND REGISTER ONLINE Apply online at: Check the email provided on your application 48 - 72 hours after applying to receive your Student ID Number (W#) from [email protected] Complete the Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) 3 Core Services (see page 10) For SSSP assistance, visit: Log into CLASS-Web: CHECK PRIORITY REGISTRATION DATE Priority Registration dates are based on completing their Orientation, Assessment, and Education Plan (Three Core Services). Students who hold an Associate Degree or higher, or are only taking courses for personal enrichment or job skills, are exempt from needing the Three Core Services; however, they are invited to participate to support their success at Chabot College. Visit the Assessment Center website for more information: Student Groups: Completed THREE CORE SERVICES Incomplete Core Services CalWORKs, EOPS, DSPS, Foster Youth, Homeless, Veterans November 8 November 17 Athletes, CIN, FYE, International, Movement API, PUENTE, RISE Student Senate, TRiO, UMOJA November 10 November 17 Continuing students (by priority) November 14 November 18 New students November 16 November 28 Returning (former) students November 16 November 28 On probation November 22 100+ DEGREE UNITS November 22 OPEN REGISTRATION FOR ALL STUDENTS November 28 Matriculating students must complete the 3 Core Services Concurrent Enrollment November 30 Concurrent Enrollment Application due date for Spring Concurrent Enrollment is January 6, 2023 (see page 5). Drop for Non-Payment Due Dates for Spring 2023 Payment is due by December 8, 2022 for students who registered between November 8 - November 29. ACADEMIC CALENDAR SPRING 2023 January 16 HOLIDAY – Martin Luther King, Jr. (No Instruction) January 17 Classes Start (FULL-TERM CLASSES) January 21 Saturday Classes Begin February 5 Last day to ADD/DROP with No-Grade-of-Record (NGR) Online (FULL-TERM classes ONLY) February 6 Census Day (FULL-TERM classes ONLY) February 17 – 20 HOLIDAY – President’s Weekend (no instruction) February 22 Pass/No Pass Deadline (FULL-TERM classes ONLY) April 1 Last day to submit Degree/Certificate Requests April 3 – 8 SPRING BREAK (no instruction/no Saturday classes) April 16 Last day to WITHDRAW with “W” Online (FULL-TERM classes ONLY) May 13 Last day of Instruction for Saturday Classes May 19 Last day of Instruction (Full-term courses) May 20 Final Exams (Saturday Classes) May 22 - 26 Final Examination Period May 26 Commencement / Graduation May 29 HOLIDAY – Memorial Day June 4 Instructors: Spring 2023 Grades DUE by 11:00 p.m. via CLASS-Web Week of June 12th Spring 2023 Grades available via CLASS-Web

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 3 510.723.6600 • CONTACT GUIDE ACADEMIC DIVISIONS Academic Pathways & Student Success 510.723.7565 Applied Technology & Business 510.723.6653 Arts, Media & Communication 510.723.6829 Counseling 510.723.6716 Language Arts 510.723.6804 Health, Kinesiology, & Athletics 510.723.7484 Science & Mathematics 510.723.6898 Social Sciences 510.723.6670 To access each division’s website, visit: CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY Emergency Only 911 Non-emergencies 510.723.6923 Building 200 STUDENT SERVICES AND COLLEGE PROGRAMS Accessibility Center for Education (ACE) 510.723.6725 Building 2400 Admissions & Records Office 510.723.6700 Building 700, 1st Floor Art Gallery Building 1100 Assessment Center 510.723.6722 Building 700, 1st Floor Bookstore 510.723.2650 Building 3800 Career & Transfer Center 510.723.6720 Building 700, 2nd Floor Chabot TV 27 510.723.7604 Building 100, 1st Floor Children’s Center 510.723.6684 Building 3500 Counseling 510.723.2642 Building 700, 2nd Floor Dental Hygiene Program Clinic 510.723.6900 Building 2200 El Centro 510.723.6714 Building 700 south, 1st Floor ESL Learning Center 510.723.6920 Building 100, 1st Floor Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS) 510.723.6909 Building 700, 2nd Floor Financial Aid Office 510.723.6748 Building 700, 1st Floor Fresh Food Pantry Building 3300 STUDENT SERVICES AND COLLEGE PROGRAMS (CONTINUED) International Student Program 510.723.6715 Building 700, 1st Floor MESA Center 510.723.7265 Building 2000 KCRH Radio 510.723.6954 Building 100, 1st Floor Learning Connection 510.723.6920 Building 100, 1st Floor Library 510.723.6764 Building 100, 2nd Floor Online Services & Photo ID 510.723.6770 Building 700, 1st Floor PACE Program 510.723.2626 Building 400, 1st Floor Performing Arts Complex 510.723.6976 Building 1300 Puente Program 510.723.7120 Building 700, 2nd Floor Registered Nursing Program 510.723.6896 Building 2200, 2nd Floor Special Programs 510.723.6917 Building 700, 2nd Floor Spectator Newspaper 510.723.6919 Building 2300, 2nd Floor STEM Center 510.723.7679 Building 3900, room 3906 Student Health Center 510.723.7625 Building 2300, 2nd Floor Student Life Office 510.723.2685 Building 2300, 2nd Floor TRIO Aspire & Excel 510.723.7547 Building 700, 2nd Floor Umoja Program 510.723.2664 Building 700, 2nd Floor Veterans Resource Center (VRC) 510.723.7582 Building 2300, 2nd Floor Vice President, Academic Services 510.723.6627 Building 200, Room 210 Vice President, Administrative Services 510.723.6994 Building 200, Room 208 Vice President, Student Services 510.723.6743 Building 200, Room 204 Writing & Reading Across the Curriculum (WRAC) 510.723.6920 Building 100, 1st floor For campus map, see page 128 ChabotCollegeoffersanSMS-basedemergency notification service for your mobile phone. In the event of an emergency, Chabot students, staff, faculty and others will be alerted in realtime important security information. Learn more at

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 4 510.723.6600 • ADMISSION INFORMATION ADMISSION ELIGIBILITY To be eligible for Chabot College admission, the student must be at least 18 years old or have one of the following: • U.S. High School Diploma • General Education Degree (GED) • California High School Proficiency Certificate Apply online at STUDENT APPLICATION PROCESS New Apply online. Returning Reapply online if you last attended more than two terms ago. International Visit the International Student Program’s website for additional application procedures. See below. Concurrent Enrollment See application instructions on page 5. Dental Hygiene Visit the Dental Hygiene Program website for additional application procedures. Nursing Visit the Nursing Program website for additional application procedures. INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Chabot College welcomes International students! The International Student Program supports International students fromadmission through graduation to ensure that their experience at Chabot College and in the U.S.A. is enjoyable and successful. Chabot College offers academic and counseling services to International students. Chabot College is authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. International students (F-1 and M-1 Visa) seeking admission to Chabot College must submit a completed International Student Application and other required supplemental application documents including a non-refundable $100 application fee, academic transcripts or certificates, proof of English language proficiency, evidence of financial support, and health examinations. The International Student Application packet with information on the specific language proficiency requirements and alternative forms of English language proficiency accepted and amount of adequate financial support may be found on the International Student Program’s website at: The completed applicationmay be thenmailed, faxed, or scanned to the International Student Program Office. To be considered for admission, students must submit all required materials by the deadline posted on the International Student Program’s website. Students currently studying on an F-1 or M-1 visa at another school in the United States may apply to transfer to Chabot College. Due to the visa application process at U.S. Embassies and Consulates, overseas applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as early as possible. INTERNATIONAL STUDENT PROGRAM Phone: 510.723.6715 Location: Building 700, 1st Floor, Room 703E Email: [email protected] Website: INFORMACIÓN DE ADMISIÓN El sistema de Colegios Comunitarios de California ofrece una amplia variedad de opciones para todos y es por eso que los estudiantes deciden inscribirse en este sistema educativo. Algunas de las razones por las cuales los estudiantes se inscriben en el Colegio Chabot son: Para completar sus primeras 60 unidades y después transferirse a la universidad para continuar con su educación académica; para obtener una carrera corta o técnica o un certificado vocacional; para mejorar sus capacidades de lenguaje y aumentar su empleabilidad mediante el continuo desarrollo y actualización de sus competencias y habilidades de trabajo; o simplemente para aprender algo nuevo. Es importante que la comunidad Latina continúe inscribiéndose en el Colegio Chabot. Cuando usted complete la solicitud, por favor indique que es “Hispano”. Hemos tenido la oportunidad de que la población estudiantil hispana/latina en el Colegio Chabot ha alcanzado el 26%, siendo así la población étnica con mayor asistencia. Al alcanzar esta meta, el Colegio Chabot está en posición de recibir recursos monetarios para proveer más servicios como consejería, ayuda telefónica y otros servicios bilingües necesarios. Para más información, comuníquese con El Centro de Transferencia para su Carrera al 510.736.2110 o REQUISITOS DE ADMISIÓN Para ser selecto de admisión el estudiante debe tener al menos 18 años de edad o cumplir con uno de los siguientes requisitos: • Diploma de escuela preparatoria de los Estados Unidos. • Certificado en Educación General (GED). • Certificado de dominio de la escuela preparatoria de California. • Si es estudiante de una escuela secundaria debe tener la recomendación de su consejero. • Los estudiantes quizás tengan que presentar comprobante de domicilio para demostrar que han sido residentes de California por un año. • Los estudiantes no ciudadanos quizás tengan que presentar documentos específicos para determinar si son sujetos a pagar la matrícula como “no residente” o estudiante internacional. • Los estudiantes que son miembros de las fuerzas armadas de los Estados Unidos, estacionados en California en servicio activo tendrán el derecho de ser clasificados como residentes por un año. • Por ley, todos los solicitantes de admisión masculinos que son registrados como estudiantes no graduados son obligados a enlistarse al Servicio Militar de las Fuerzas Armadas de los Estados Unidos. • Los dependientes de veteranos incapacitados o fallecidos pueden ser elegibles para eliminar el costo de matrícula. Comuníquese con la Oficina de Veteranos al 510.723.7582 o EXCEPCIÓN DE LA MATRÍCULA DE NO-RESIDENTE DE CALIFORNIA Todos los estudiantes (a excepción de los extranjeros que no sean inmigrantes) que cumplan con los siguientes requisitos no tendrán que pagar la matrícula de no-residente en las universidades públicas del estado de California, que incluyen: los Colegios Comunitarios de California, la Universidad de California y la Universidad Estatal de California. Los Requisitos son: • El estudiante debe haber asistido a clases en una Escuela Preparatoria, Escuela de Adultos o a un Colegio Comunitario en el estado de California (pública o privada) por el equivalente a tres años o más donde puede haber aprobado un examen de graduación (por ejemplo, el GED o el examen de California High School Proficiency). • El estudiante tiene que haberse graduado de una High School de California o debe haber completado un título de Associates Degree en un colegio comunitario de California o completó los requisitos mínimos en un colegio comunitario de California para transferirse a la Universidad Estatal de California o La Universidad de California. • Todos los estudiantes que no tengan un estado de inmigración legal deben entregar una declaración por escrito a la universidad en la cual indiquen que ya han entregado una solicitud de petición para arreglar su estado migratorio o, si esto no es posible en la actualidad, que lo van a hacer tan pronto califiquen.

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 5 510.723.6600 • ADMISSION INFORMATION VETERANS SERVICES Chabot College offers instruction to service members, reservists, and other eligible persons under Title 38, United States Code and Department of Veterans Affairs regulations. Chabot College is also a proud participant of the Principles of Excellence Program. Using Your Education Benefit Veterans and dependents wishing to use their education benefit provided through the Department of Veterans Affairs must first apply for admission to Chabot College. Basic categories of education benefits include: Post 9/11 GI Bill®, Montgomery GI Bill® (Active Duty/ Selected Reserve), Veteran Readiness and Employment (VR&E), and Dependents’ Education Assistance (DEA). After applying for admission, follow the Enrollment Certification procedures outlined below: 1. Complete the Chabot College online orientation at 2. Follow Assessment and Placement guidelines at 3. Submit all official, sealed college and military transcripts along with a completed Incoming Transcript/AP Test Evaluation form available at to Admissions & Records Office. 4. Apply for VA Education Benefits online at, if you haven’t already done so. Submit a copy of your DD-214 and Certificate of Eligibility (COE) to [email protected] 5. Develop an education plan with one of our counselors. 6. Register for classes via CLASS-Web. 7. Submit your completed Enrollment Certification Request form available at Military Priority Registration Per California SB 272 and SB 361, priority registration is provided to any member or former member of the Armed Forces of the United States who has received an honorable discharge, a general discharge, or an other than honorable discharge. In addition, per SB 1456, students must have completed assessment/placement, college orientation, and developed a student education plan to receive the highest level of priority. NOTE: Dependents of veterans do not qualify for military priority registration. Priority registration is not an automatic process. You must complete each Student Success and Support Program (SSSP) core service (assessment, orientation, student education plan) and submit a copy of your DD-214 to the VRC (Building 2300, room 2353) or email to [email protected]. VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER The Veterans Resource Center (VRC) provides veterans and service members with comprehensive student support such as VA education benefits, counseling, computer printing/copy resources, tutoring, and more! Phone: 510.723.7582 Location: Building 2300, 2nd Floor Email: [email protected] Website: CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT PROGRAM Chabot College provides opportunities for minor students to enroll in college-level, degree-applicable courses for advanced scholastic or advanced vocational purposes. TERM REGISTRATION BEGINS APPLICATION DUE DATE Spring 2023 November 30, 2022 January 6, 2023 Eligibility To be eligible to participate in the program, students must: 1. Have parental approval. 2. Enroll in advanced scholastic courses. Enrollment in Physical Education or basic skills courses is not allowed. (CA Ed. Code, section 48800) 3. Be pre-approved by the Principal and designee to pursue specific courses. (CA Ed. Code, sections 48800, 48800.5, & 48802) Special Admission Procedures Students should begin the process for concurrent enrollment early. To enroll concurrently, follow these procedures: 1. Students must first apply to Chabot College for the Spring 2023 semester at Once completed, students will receive a confirmation number and a student ID number via email within 24-48 hours. 2. Complete the Recommendation for Concurrent Enrollment form by going to 3. Students attending home school should also submit a copy of their R4 Affidavits. (CA Ed Code, section 33190) 4. Submit all required forms by due date listed above. 5. Following completion of your form, you will be sent an email notifying you of your Concurrent Enrollment Program admission status. If approved, you will be assigned a registration date to register for classes in CLASS-Web. Regulations • Concurrently enrolled students will be permitted to enroll in no more than eleven units per semester. • Students will be treated as college students and are expected to comply with all college rules and regulations. • At the completion of the course, student receives college credit. • Students must arrange for their own transportation to and from the college and provide their own books, supplies, and equipment. Fees Enrollment fees are waived for students in the concurrent enrollment program. The Health Services Fee of $18 for the Summer session and $21 for the Fall/Spring semester are mandatory. Additionally, nonresident students will be assessed tuition of $292 per unit. For more information, please visit our Concurrent Enrollment website: Where to Go for Help Visit the Student Services website for a list of campus resources you can access to resolve any issue you may experience:

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 6 510.723.6600 • FINANCIAL AID FINANCIAL AID BASICS How to Find Us Phone: 510.723.6748 Location: Building 700, 1st Floor, Lobby Email: [email protected] School Code: 001162 For the most current and accurate Financial Aid information, policies, procedures, dates, and due dates, visit: Need money for college? Plant the seeds for a successful future by completing your 2022-2023 financial aid application online. 1. It’s Free Doesn’t cost you anything. Go to or to start. 2. It’s easy The FAFSA application has been simplified by using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) for 2020 tax income. 3. It’s fast It takes most people just 23 minutes to complete. 4. More people qualify… for student aid than you think. For more information, visit: & What is Financial Aid? Financial aid is money provided by the Federal Government, the State of California, and administered by Chabot College to help cover costs associated with attending college at Chabot. Students at Chabot may be considered for California Promise Grant (Fee Waiver), federal/state grants, scholarship, Federal Work Study, and Direct Student Loans. How to Apply for Financial Aid? Each year, beginning October 1st, each student completes the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or CA DreamAct Application online. The FAFSA is submitted electronically to the US Department of Education, and the CA Dream Act Application is submitted to the California Student Aid Commission, not to the Financial Aid Office (FAO). Use Chabot’s school code of 001162 so that Chabot will receive the results electronically from the federal or state processor. Students and parents use tax and income information from two years prior. (2020 for 2022-23 application) Students (and parents) are expected to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool to securely and accurately transfer IRS tax information to the FAFSA. Using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool increases the accuracy of financial aid awards and reduces the amount of documents required during verification with the Financial Aid Office. See page 8 for important announcements. Applying early and accurately helps us process your file faster. If you miss the priority date of March 2nd, you can submit an application at a later date. However, your eligibility for aid may not be determined in time for initial semester disbursements, and you will be responsible for purchasing your own books and materials. We must receive your application before the last date of enrollment in a semester, or by due dates posted on our website. I’ve Applied—Now What? Once Chabot receives application, student visits CLASS-Web to obtain required follow up forms through provided links. • Students selected must either verify using the IRS Data Retrieval option from the FAFSA, or submit IRS Tax Transcripts for self/ spouse and/or parents. • You must provide a photo ID each time you visit our office in person or online. • The FAO will not make copies of tax transcripts or other documents. Please bring copies (not your originals) to our office when responding to requests for documents. • Be prepared for 2-4 weeks for processing during our peak time (typically May-September, December-January). • Students who complete the verification process earliest each year will be considered for limited FWS and SEOG funds. • Priority date to submit verification for first Fall disbursement (and last Summer disbursement) is July 1 each year. Documents submitted after July 1 will be processed by date received and eligible students may not receive a disbursement until later in the semester; student will need to make alternate arrangements to purchase books and complete the semester successfully. • Students may be required to provide official (unopened) academic transcripts from every college attended prior to Chabot. • Please review processing details linked on website. Once you have submitted all requested documents, your file will be reviewed and awarded as appropriate in the order paperwork is received (allow 2-4 weeks), and additional information or documentation may be requested. Disbursement of financial aid will occur only when student’s financial aid file is complete, both financial and academic eligibility has been determined, student is admitted to Chabot and enrolled in eligible program of study, and class has begun. If you respond to us quickly and are eligible for financial aid, you will receive your financial aid award during first disbursements each semester. GET OUT OF LINE, GO ONLINE Use CLASS-Web for general financial aid information, and to check status of individual student financial aid file, awards and eligibility. See what documents are needed to process your file, holds, your eligibility for financial aid, academic progress status, and award types with amounts. Use your Chabot PIN to access CLASS-Web. If you do not plan to attend Chabot during this academic year, please contact us in writing to cancel your financial aid application and further communication from our office. Fraud and Abuse The Chabot Financial Aid Office (FAO) has ultimate responsibility in awarding and disbursement of financial aid funds. In the event there are concerns about the accuracy or truthfulness about information or documents provided, the FAO will not award or disburse aid. If it is determined that student has attempted to or received financial aid by providing false or misleading information, failure to formally withdraw when no longer attending classes, or otherwise manipulating eligibility criteria in an attempt to receive financial aid, all funds received must be repaid. The student will be referred for disciplinary action and to the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Inspector General Investigation Services for possible prosecution for fraud.

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 7 510.723.6600 • FINANCIAL AID How Eligibility is Determined To be considered eligible for federal and most state aid programs, a student must meet basic criteria (See CA DreamAct if Undocumented): • Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate. • Declare a major – Be admitted and enrolled as a regular student in an eligible certificate, associate degree or transfer program at Chabot. If admitted to LPC, you will not be funded by Chabot, regardless of number of classes enrolled here. • Transfer students should select major code 4946 – Liberal Arts and Sciences Transfer if no other major applies. • Be either a US citizen or eligible non-citizen (i.e. permanent resident, resident alien, or refugee). • Establish financial need by FAFSA application and verification process, providing all requested documents. • Not be in default on federal student loan nor owe repayment on federal student grant. • Establish academic eligibility by making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) according to financial aid policy, to include review of prior academic transcripts received by the college. Your financial need is based on the FAFSA and verification documents you submit. The FAO verifies the accuracy of your application, and determines the type and amount of aid for which you qualify. The FAO will send you an email upon awarding or when awards change, referring you to CLASS-web, which will show you types and amounts of aid you are eligible to receive. See “Important Things to Know” for details, and about disbursements. Repayment of Funds Federal law requires students repay a portion of the federal funds received if they withdraw or stop attending before the 60% point of the term, even if the withdrawal is not determined until after the end of the term. If you cannot provide documentation from your instructors of the last date of attendance for each class, you may have to repay all grant aid received during that semester. A hold will be placed on all academic and financial aid services until repayment is made. California Dream act Out-of-state and undocumented students may pay CA resident tuition rates if they qualify under AB540, and may be eligible to apply for the CA College Promise Grant (Fee Waiver), entitlement Cal Grants, Chafee and other forms of CA state aid. Citizenship Status Complete THIS Application US Citizen - Born in U.S. or Naturalized Citizen (Birth Certificate, U.S. Passport, Naturalization Certificate) FAFSA Permanent Resident (Resident Alien card) FAFSA (Do NOT do CADAA) Undocumented AB540 (no permanent Social Security Number, or has SS card with “valid for work only,” “not valid for employment”) – must petition A&R for AB540 classification, even if DACA status would allow for CA residency. CA Dream App Foreign (visa) students and undocumented students who do not qualify for AB540 are ineligible for any form of federal or state financial aid. FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION ASSISTANCE If you or someone you know is considering enrolling in classes, now is the time to complete the FAFSA or CADDA financial aid applications. In-Person at Online Services Building 700, Room 709 • Mondays 10:00 am – 12:00 pm • Wednesdays 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Online Assistance on ZOOM • Thursdays 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm For more information visit FINANCIAL AID REFUNDS VIA BANKMOBILE Selecting Your Refund Preference Chabot College has partnered with BankMobile to deliver your financial aid refund. For more information about BankMobile, visit this link: A Refund Selection Kit is mailed to each new student who submits a FAFSA to Chabot, via U.S. mail to the primary address on file with the college. You will also receive an email from BankMobile containing your Personal Code. Please be sure that A&R has your most current mailing address on file. The Refund Selection Kit will be in a bright green envelope with instructions on how to select your refund preference. Refund Choices NEW STUDENTS Your refund choices include: Deposit to an existing account – Money is transferred to an existing account the same business day BankMobile receives funds from your school. Typically, it takes 1-2 business days for the receiving bank to credit the money to your account. Deposit to a BankMobile Vibe Checking Account – If you open a BankMobile Vibe Checking Account (upon identity verification), money is deposited the same business day BankMobile receives funds from your school. RETURNING STUDENTS If you have already selected your refund preference and are a continuing student, please ensure that you will receive your refunds on time by completing the FAFSA early, monitoring your ZoneMail and CLASS-web, and following up early with FAO to complete your file. Verifying Customer ID Program (CIP) and Password/Pin Retrieval There is a dedicated (red) phone line and computer in Online Student Services for BankMobile customer assistance. If BankMobile sends you a notification about certifying your CIP, follow the instructions in the email they sent you. You can send a copy of your ID or other document/s requested from you by taking a picture or by scanning it. You can then upload it directly to the BankMobile site by logging in to your account. Password/PIN Retrieval BankMobile has made the retrieval of your forgotten website account password and PINmuch simpler. Go to and first make sure that you “reset password” if you are unable to log in. Check the email you used to select your BankMobile Refund preference and click on the hyperlink the system generates. The link they generate will allow you to automatically create a new password. For your card PIN Retrieval, upon signing into your BankMobile Account, go to “profile” and select “password/pin” to reset your pin. You will be asked to provide card information and other verifying information.

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 8 510.723.6600 • FINANCIAL AID IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW Use Earlier Income Information: Students and parents will report income information from an earlier tax year. For the 2022-23 FAFSA/ CA Dream App, students, spouse and/or parents report their 2020 income information. Use 2021 income tax info to complete your 2023-24 FAFSA or CA Dream App. Are you, or were you, a Foster Youth? Have you applied for consideration of the Chafee Grant, for up to $5,000 per year? Check in with the Financial Aid Office. And do you know about the Guardian Scholars Program on campus? See Special Programs for more info. You may not have to submit any documentation if you were not selected for verification. Students must ACCEPT the Terms and Conditions on CLASS-Web prior to any financial aid disbursement. Students receive all email notifications via their ZoneMail email address, directing to check CLASS-Web for missing information, required verification documents, awards and adjustments to awards, and academic ineligibility. The Financial Aid Office will only respond to school issued ZoneMail regarding Financial Aid. SAP (Satisfactory Academic Progress) - Academic eligibility is based on the student’s academic performance: cumulative minimum 2.0 grade point average and 67% completion rate, and up to 150% of your program length in attempted hours, which may include units from prior colleges. Pell Lifetime Eligibility Used (LEU) Federal regulations limit students to a lifetime maximum Pell Grant of 12 semesters / six years or full time equivalent (600%) at any community college, vocational school or four year/bachelor program. Once you reach the 600% Pell LEU, you will be ineligible for any additional Pell Grants. Log into NSLDS using your FAFSA ID and view your LEU, on the Financial Aid Review page. What this means for you: You must plan now for your future, especially if you plan to transfer to a four year college for a Bachelor’s degree. The six year limit is a lifetime limit, regardless of completion of your academic goals or Bachelor’s degree. This regulation is in effect even if you have had an appeal approved after failure to meet academic progress, it supersedes any prior offer of aid/award, and the Department of Education allows for no appeal or exception. If you do not wish to receive any additional Pell Grant at Chabot, complete the Lifetime Pell Eligibility Acknowledgement form, found online at Loss of Fee Waiver - Community colleges are required to place students on college academic probation who, after attempting at least 12 semester units, either have a grade point average below 2.0 or receive a “Withdrawal,” “Incomplete,” or “No Pass” grade on 50 percent or more of total attempted units. Students placed on probation for two consecutive semesters lose their priority registration status and their fee waiver. Those students who lose their fee waiver can regain eligibility when they are no longer on probation. Part Time Enrollment / Disbursements - Student aid awards are displayed assuming full time enrollment. A student may be eligible for aid if enrolled part time, and disbursements are prorated for actual enrollment. A student must be enrolled at least half-time to be considered for student loans, FWS, SEOG, and Cal Grant. 2nd Disbursement - Enrollment will be frozen at the time of the 2nd major disbursement each semester, and 2nd disbursement amounts will be adjusted for changes in enrollment. Per federal regulation, no additional disbursement will occur for units registered for after this date. Late Start Classes - Disbursement for late start classes will occur the next scheduled disbursement following the start of class. A student must be registered for those units prior to the scheduled 2nd disbursement. Loans - Loans are not automatically included in the packaging process, and applications are available only upon request at the Financial Aid Office. The lender for the Direct Loan Program is the Department of Education, and loans are limited based on multiple academic criteria and accumulated loan debt. Required loan counseling and master promissory notes are completed by the student online. Students lose eligibility for subsidized loans once they have reached 150% of their program length. Any student will become responsible for all interest on prior subsidized loans, if they did not complete the program of study for which they received the loan funding within 150% of their program length, regardless if applying for additional loan funds. Prior school academics and loan history will be considered by the Department of Education, who makes determination. For information and links to Dream App and Dream Team, visit: or q q q q q q q q q q q q

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 9 510.723.6600 • FINANCIAL AID CAL GRANT: FREE CASH FOR COLLEGE March 2, 2023 is the priority deadline for submitting your FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application (CADAA) and verified GPA to be considered for Cal Grant award. If you missed this deadline and are attending a community college, you have until September 2, 2023 to apply. You may receive up to: • $6000 in Cal Grant A access amount for a verified Student with Dependents * (Regular Cal Grant A is not available for California Community College students because it is specifically for tuition only and we do not charge tuition for CA residents) • $1648 in Cal Grant B or $6000 for a verified Student with Dependents * • $1094 in Cal Grant C or $4000 for a verified Student with Dependents * * Students must certify in their Webgrants for Students account that they have a dependent under the age of 18. Check your account at for your award information. Cal Grant for full-time students: The Student Success Completion Grant (SSCG) is designed to encourage California Community College students to complete their degree or certificate on time. If you are receiving a Cal Grant B or C and: • If you attend at least 12 units required to complete your declared program of study in Fall/Spring semester, you could receive $2,596 per year in SSCG. • If you are enrolled in 15 or more units required to complete your declared program of study, you could receive an additional $5,404 per year with the SSCG, for a total of $4,000 for the semester or $8,000 for the year. The Counseling Division advises students on taking the courses needed to complete declared major. THE CHABOT COLLEGE PROMISE: FREE COLLEGE TUITION No Enrollment Fees for 2022-2023 Requirements for Spring 2023 Consideration  The office must receive your FAFSA or Dream Act Application by the January 1, 2023 priority date.  Must enroll in 12 or more units per semester Spring 2023.  Must not have attended any other institution of higher education.  Must be a California resident or AB 540 student.  Must complete all three steps of the Student Success and Support Program before Spring 2023 classes begin: 1. Online Orientation: 2. Guided Self Placement for Math and Informed Course Selection for English 3. First Semester Planning Session offered through the Assessment Center:  There is no income requirement.  There is no minimum high school GPA requirement. How Does It Work  Apply to Chabot College at  Meet all Chabot College Promise Program requirements (above)  Incoming students completing the previous steps will automatically be considered for the Chabot Promise, and will receive either: 1. The College Promise Grant (based on income eligibility); OR, 2. Chabot College Promise Program will pay for their enrollment fees/tuition (not campus based fees for health, activities, or parking). What Does it Cover? The Chabot Promise will cover the $46 per unit enrollment/tuition fee at Chabot College only. Students are responsible for any books, supplies and materials fees that a class requires, as well as other non-tuition fees. See our cost of attendance ( Students may also receive additional financial aid by applying through the FAFSA or CA Dream Act Application, and submitting required documents posted in students’ CLASS-Web under the Student Services/Financial Aid menu or via Zonemail. Chabot Promise students will also receive priority consideration for our large variety of Special Programs and Services.

Chabot College • Spring 2023 Class Schedule 10 510.723.6600 • STUDENT SUCCESS & SUPPORT PROGRAM MATRICULATION SERVICES UNDER THE STUDENT EQUITY AND ACHIEVEMENT (SEA) PROGRAM Get a Strong Start at Chabot College! “Matriculation” means a process that brings a college and a student into an agreement for the purpose of achieving the student’s educational goals and completing the student’s course of study. The agreement involves the responsibilities of both parties to attain those objectives through the college’s established programs, policies, and requirements. Matriculation Services include implementation of orientation, counseling and advising, referrals to student support services, and other education planning services needed to assist a student in making informed decisions about their educational goal. Priority Registration will still be established by completing the following services: 1. Online Orientation Matriculation Services offer an online orientation to help with the transition to Chabot College for all students. The online orientation introduces students to the school’s programs, services, academic regulations, expectation, campus facilities, and student life. To complete the online orientation, please visit 2. Assessment and Placement Register for Math and English Classes See page 17 for more information. For assistance, please contact the AssessmentCenter English as a Second Language Chabot offers credit and noncredit ESL classes in Reading, Writing and Grammar as well as listening and speaking skills. We have 5 levels (High Beginning, Low Intermediate, Intermediate, High Intermediate and Advanced). We do not have total beginner classes at Chabot. If you want to start in the first level, high beginning, you can skip the placement test and register for classes (ESL 210, 220 and 230) or go to class and get help from the teacher. For all other levels, you need to make an ESL placement appointment. At the appointment, you will take a placement test of reading, vocabulary and grammar called the CELSA, learn more about the class levels, and decide on the best classes for you. Schedule your online or on-campus ESL assessment at: 3. Student Educational Plan (SEP) New, first time incoming college students should attend a First Semester Planning (FSP) session to create an abbreviated, one-semester Student Education Plan (SEP). The SEP is a plan of the classes you will take during your first semester that will start you on the right path toward your educational goal. Visit to schedule your session. For more information on Priority Registration, please visit PSCN DEGREES AND CERTIFICATES Psychology-Counseling offers the Associate in Arts degree (AA), Associate in Science degree (AS), Certificate of Achievement (CA), and Certificate of Proficiency (CP) in the following: AS in Human Services AA in Liberal Arts AS-T in Social Work & Human Services CA in CSU GE Breadth CA in IGETC CA in Behavioral Health Review the Chabot College Catalog for more information or visit Additional Ways to Support Your Student Success We suggest taking these classes to support your academic success in your first year! Psychology-Counseling classes (PSCN) apply counseling theory and practices to the realities of academic success, career-life planning, and being a productive member of a diverse community: PSCN 10, 12, 15, 18, 20, and 23. If pursuing Human Services AS degrees and certificates or Psychology, Sociology or Social Work as possible majors, consider taking: PSCN 1, 2, 5, 13, and 95/96. PSCN classes are (1) taught by counseling faculty, (2) AA/AS degree-applicable and CSU transferable, and (3) designed to help you succeed. Contact Dara Greene at [email protected] for more information. Psychology-Counseling Course Offerings CLASS DESCRIPTION PSCN 2 3 units Introduction to Case Management for Human Services: Introduction to case management theory, models and techniques. Multicultural issues affecting case management theory. Emphasis placed on case management philosophy, ethical issues, concepts and practices. Analysis of needs, documentation and confidentiality and individualized client plan development. Prerequisite: PSCN 1 grade of “C” or higher PSCN 4 3 units Multiethnic/Cultural Communication: Exploration of intercultural and interethnic communication behavior of individuals in relationships and/or groups, personal identity formation in the American context, historical development of culturally influenced communication styles, and evolution of new, American inter- and intragroup communication. PSCN 5 3 units Intro to Social Work and Human Services: Introduces students to the human services field. Includes history, ethics,values,andprinciplesofhumanandsocial services. PSCN 10 2 units Career & Educational Planning: Explore career development by looking at your interests, values, needs and skills. Designed to assist in making decisions about your career and educational plans. PSCN 11 2 units Interpersonal Relationships: Exploration of behavior in interactions with others. Improving interpersonal relationships to benefit academic, career, and personal development. PSCN 13 3 units Multicultural Issues in Contemporary America: Focus on improving understanding of other cultures and how those cultures impact American lifestyle. PSCN 15 2 units College Study Skills: Review study skill techniques to improve success in college and earn better grades. PSCN 18 1 unit University/Transfer Planning: Resources and planning process needed to ease transition from community college to a four-year college or university. PSCN 23 3 units CollegeReadiness: Developcritical thinkingandproblemsolving skills that support adjustment to college. Learn about academic success strategies, campus resources and educational planning through self-reflection. PSCN 30 3 units Life Transitions: Enhance knowledge, skills and abilities to effectively navigate the transitions encountered throughout life, such as graduating from high school, entering the world of work, becoming a parent, changing careers, entering or loss of a relationship and other major life changes. Centers on personal health, family life, community life and career development. Provides the opportunity to develop a positive selfconcept, independence and positive attitude while also practicing skills to grow with change and maintain a positive lifestyle. Promotes and supports developing holistic well-being.

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