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The Spring 2012 Course Schedule contains information about courses offered by the College.
The schedule shows when a course is offered, where it will be conducted, and the instructor.

Spring 2012 Schedule

Non-Credit Courses

Catalog 2011-2012

Spring 2012 Schedule Online

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Spring 2012 Calendar

Financial Aid Complete File DeadlineNovember 1
Academic Advising for Current Students (see advisors)November 9-14
Early Registration via Campus ConnectNovember 16-January 10
Payment Arrangements Available Online-FACTSNovember 10-January 28
Early Registration Payment Deadline or Payment ArrangementsJanuary 4
 Deadline 4 p.m. – classes will be dropped for non-payment
New Student Orientation, Advising and RegistrationJanuary 5
Regular Registration via Campus ConnectJanuary 5-10
 Payments or payment arrangements must be made by 4 p.m. on the date that the student registers, or classes will be dropped
Faculty In-Service, College ClosedJanuary 9
Last Day of Registration via Campus ConnectJanuary 10
On-Campus RegistrationJanuary 9-13
First Day of ClassesJanuary 11
Last Day to Add ClassesJanuary 13
Martin Luther King Holiday, college closedJanuary 16
Last day to change to audit statusJanuary 30
Graduation Applications DueMarch 8
Spring BreakMarch 19-22
College Closed March 21-23
Last day to withdraw from course with a “W”April 16
Last Day of ClassesApril 26
Final ExamsApril 30-May 3
Semester ends—grades due electronicallyMay 4
May CommencementMay 11
Grades Available via Campus ConnectMay 11

Final Exam Schedule

CLASS DAYCLASS TIMEEXAM DAY EXAM DATE EXAM TIME
MW 8:10 MON APRIL 30 8:00 – 10:00
TR 8:10 TUE MAY 1 8:00 – 10:00
MW 9:35 WED MAY 2 8:00 – 10:00
TR 9:35 THUR MAY 3 8:00 – 10:00
MW 11:00 MON APRIL 30 10:00 – 12:00
TR 11:00 TUE MAY 1 10:00 – 12:00
MW 1:00 WED MAY 2 10:00 – 12:00
TR 1:00 THUR MAY 3 1:00 – 3:00
 
CLASS DAYCLASS TIMEEXAM DAY EXAM DATE EXAM TIME
MW 2:35 MON APRIL 30 1:00 – 3:00
TR 2:35 TUE MAY 1 1:00 – 3:00
MW 4:00 WED MAY 2 3:00 – 5:00
TR 4:00 THUR MAY 3 3:00 – 5:00
MW 5:30 MON APRIL 30 5:00 – 7:00
TR 5:30 TUE MAY 1 5:00 – 7:00
MW 7:00 WED MAY 2 5:00 – 7:00
TR 7:00 THUR MAY 3 5:00 – 7:00

Smoking Policy

State law and College policy prohit the use any tobacco product on campus.

As of July 21, 2006, workplaces and public areas throughout Arkansas are smoke-free. In accordance with The Arkansas Clean Indoor Air Act of 2006 (Act 8 of the 1st Extraordinary Session of the 85th General Assembly) smoking is prohibited in all vehicles and enclosed areas owned, leased, or operated by the State of Arkansas. Inasmuch, all property owned, leased, or operated by South Arkansas Community College is designated as tobacco-free.

The Clean Air on Campus Act of 2009 (ACT 734) prohibits smoking on campuses of state-supported institutions of higher education beginning August 1, 2010. Any person who violates the provisions of this Act by carrying a lighted tobacco product will be punished by a fine of not less than $100.00 dollars and not more than $500.00

SOS

The Arkansas Tobacco Quitline is your direct line to help. It is a free resource available to help Arkansas tobacco users quit. The Quitline can be reached by calling 1-800-QUI T-NOW, and tobacco users can enroll by phone, Internet or fax.

The Quitline uses a combination of motivational counseling with a trained Quit Coach® and nicotine replacement therapy medications such as patches and lozenges to help tobacco users fight their addiction. Quit Coaches are professionally trained to help tobacco users:

Prepare to quit
Choose a quit day
Change their routines
Cope with withdrawal
Fight slips and relapses
The Quitline offers a specialized program for tobacco users who are pregnant. They receive up to 10 calls with relapse prevention sensitivity. The first five or six calls will be completed within 60 to 90 days of enrollment. One call will be delivered 30 days prior to the planned due date. At least two postpartum contacts will be made.
Quitline coaching services are available to 16 and 17-year-olds. However, tobacco users must be 18 or older to qualify for the free medications.
The Arkansas Tobacco Quitline is funded by Tobacco Settlement Proceeds through the Arkansas Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program but is operated by Free & Clear, Inc. The Quitline is available seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Services are available in English, Spanish, Marshallese and more than 160 other languages.

When tobacco users call, they will receive:

  • Free, confidential, non-judgmental expert support from a Quit Coach® to help make a plan to quit tobacco.
  • Ongoing Quit Coach® support via phone or online, tailored to the specific needs of all tobacco users, including smokeless tobacco users. Women who are pregnant are eligible for a specialized cessation program with additional benefits.
  • Unlimited access to Web Coach™, an interactive, online community that offers tools to quit, social support and information about quitting.
  • Customized, motivational e-mails sent throughout the quitting process.
  • Help with identifying the best cessation aid, as well as dose and duration. Some aids can be mailed directly to the tobacco user’s home, including free patches and lozenges (while supplies last).
  • Referral to local community resources and/or benefits offered through employers or health plans.
  • Printed Quit Guides – a series of workbooks that offer guidance and support throughout the quitting process.

The Arkansas Tobacco Quitline is available seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Services are available in English, Spanish and additional languages as needed, including Marshallese.

Quitline

SOS

The Arkansas Tobacco Quitline is your direct line to help. It is a free resource available to help Arkansas tobacco users quit. The Quitline can be reached by calling 1-800-QUI T-NOW, and tobacco users can enroll by phone, Internet or fax.

The Quitline uses a combination of motivational counseling with a trained Quit Coach® and nicotine replacement therapy medications such as patches and lozenges to help tobacco users fight their addiction. Quit Coaches are professionally trained to help tobacco users:

Prepare to quit
Choose a quit day
Change their routines
Cope with withdrawal
Fight slips and relapses
The Quitline offers a specialized program for tobacco users who are pregnant. They receive up to 10 calls with relapse prevention sensitivity. The first five or six calls will be completed within 60 to 90 days of enrollment. One call will be delivered 30 days prior to the planned due date. At least two postpartum contacts will be made.
Quitline coaching services are available to 16 and 17-year-olds. However, tobacco users must be 18 or older to qualify for the free medications.
The Arkansas Tobacco Quitline is funded by Tobacco Settlement Proceeds through the Arkansas Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program but is operated by Free & Clear, Inc. The Quitline is available seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Services are available in English, Spanish, Marshallese and more than 160 other languages.

When tobacco users call, they will receive:

  • Free, confidential, non-judgmental expert support from a Quit Coach® to help make a plan to quit tobacco.
  • Ongoing Quit Coach® support via phone or online, tailored to the specific needs of all tobacco users, including smokeless tobacco users. Women who are pregnant are eligible for a specialized cessation program with additional benefits.
  • Unlimited access to Web Coach™, an interactive, online community that offers tools to quit, social support and information about quitting.
  • Customized, motivational e-mails sent throughout the quitting process.
  • Help with identifying the best cessation aid, as well as dose and duration. Some aids can be mailed directly to the tobacco user’s home, including free patches and lozenges (while supplies last).
  • Referral to local community resources and/or benefits offered through employers or health plans.
  • Printed Quit Guides – a series of workbooks that offer guidance and support throughout the quitting process.

The Arkansas Tobacco Quitline is available seven days a week, from 7 a.m. to 2 a.m. Services are available in English, Spanish and additional languages as needed, including Marshallese.

Spring 2011 Calendar

Jan 10th Faculty In-Service
Jan 11th Advising and registration
Jan 12th Classes begin
Jan 14th Last day of late registration or to add a class with instructor permission
Jan 17th Martin Luther King Holiday, college closed
Jan 31st Last day to change to audit status
March 17th Last day to apply for Spring Graduation
March 21-24th Spring Break. No classes
March 23-25th Spring Break, campus closed
April 27th Last day to withdraw from a course with a grade of “W”
April 28th Last day of classes
May 2nd -5th Final exams
May 9th Semester ends -- Grades due electronically
My 10th – 12th Assessment Workshops
May 13th Commencement