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  • Symbols and Abbreviations | California State University Stanislaus
    column Indicates the class has additional requirements that must be met before a student can enroll Check the latest catalog available online or in the library Consent Column indicates the class requires consent from the Instructor indicates the class requires consent from the Department Chair WP Writing Proficiency class Writing proficiency screening test WPST required before enrollment in these classes Online class See online Schedule of Classes for additional information regarding the online offering Honors class section TV Broadcast TV Reception TV 002 Charter Cable TV Channel 2 available in Ceres Delhi Denair Hilmar Keyes Turlock and Modesto zip code 95351 TV 2OR96 Charter Cable TV Channel 2 available in Ceres Delhi Denair Hilmar Keyes Turlock and Modesto zip code 95351 OR Comcast Cable TV Channel 96 in Modesto TV 096 Comcast Cable TV Channel 96 in Modesto excluding zip code 95351 Grading Options C Courses graded exclusively credit no credit OPT Courses graded by letter with student option to receive credit no credit L Courses graded exclusively by letter ANC Courses graded A B C NC Remedial Building Codes A Art C Bizzini Hall Classroom Building CX Classroom Annex D Drama Theatre E Educational Services Building F Fieldhouse G Gym GR Golf Range IC Innovative Center L Vasche Library LA Vasche Library Addition LOCALTV Turlock Cable TV Ch 2 Charter M Music MB Mary Stuart Rogers MSR Basement MR Bernell and Flora Snider Music Recital Hall MSR Mary Stuart Rogers MSR Educational Srvcs Gateway N Naraghi Hall of Science O Outdoor Athletic Facilities P Demergasso Bava Hall DBH Professional Schools S Science I SB Softball Field SF Soccer Field SS Student Services STK Stockton T Fieldhouse Annex TC Tennis Courts TR Track U University Union V Residential Life Village Student Housing Stockton Room numbers with A prefix are in

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/class-schedule/symbols-and-abbreviations (2016-02-15)
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  • Money Matters | California State University Stanislaus
    209 667 3063 The CSU makes every effort to keep student costs to a minimum Fees listed in published schedules or student accounts may need to be increased when public funding is inadequate Therefore CSU must reserve the right even after initial fee payments are made to increase or modify any listed fees without notice until the date when instruction for a particular semester or quarter has begun All CSU listed fees should be regarded as estimates that are subject to change upon approval by The Board of Trustees In the event that an increase in the fee structure is authorized after your registration period notices for the additional fees will be sent to your campus email address on file in the Enrollment Services office Students will be held to their fee status as determined by Enrollment Services see Dates to Remember Registration Must Be Accompanied by Timely Fee Payment Do not enroll for any course unless you are prepared to meet your fee payment deadline Prompt payment or a timely formal withdrawal prior to the first day of the term from all courses by the student is necessary to avoid a debt to the University and or penalty fees Course Fees Additional fees have been instituted for certain courses Courses requiring an additional fee are noted in the Schedule of Classes online Fees vary by course and those with an additional fee are listed in the Money Matters section of this schedule Immediately update your myCSUSTAN account when a change in your mailing address or telephone number occurs WARNING DO NOT DISREGARD OR IGNORE ANY BILLING OR OTHER NOTICES SENT TO YOU INCLUDING EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS Students will be held to enrollment status units fees tuition class level residency etc as determined by Enrollment Services see Dates to Remember Invoices from the University are due and payable in accordance with fee payment deadlines Failure to pay amounts due will result in enrollment cancellation and or a hold service indicator being placed on the student s record Holding of Records Placement of a Hold effectively suspends all University services Students having questions or concerns regarding tuition fees refunds or payment deadlines may call the Cashier s Office at 209 667 3611 or Student Financial Services at 209 667 3063 A student s records may be placed in a Hold status because of financial obligation or other University requirements The student will not be allowed to register nor will transcripts or other University services be available until a clearance is obtained from the office issuing the Hold Students should use the Online registration system to verify the accuracy and completeness of their entire course add and drop transactions Students are responsible for ensuring they have met all administrative deadlines that affect fees associated with their enrollment at Stanislaus State by proper notification to the affected academic department college Enrollment Services Office Financial Aid Office Housing Office University Police and Student Financial Services Office Deadlines will be enforced whether or not a reminder

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/tuition-fees-costs/money-matters (2016-02-15)
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  • Courses | California State University Stanislaus
    BUS 2090 005 Bus Ethics and Social Resp CHEM 3090 001 Chem in Elem School Classroom CHEM 4420 001 Biochemistry II WP CDEV 3030 001 Cognitive Develop in Schools CDEV 4940 001 Field Work in Child Dev CJ 2500 001 CJ Service Learning CJ 3600 001 Juvenile Corrections CJ 4230 001 Juvenile Justice CJ 4230 002 Juvenile Justice CJ 4230 003 Juvenile Justice CJ 4230 004 Juvenile Justice CJ 4700 001 Youth Mentoring CJ 4940 001 Criminal Justice Internship CJ 5940 001 Graduate Internship in CJ COMM 4940 001 Communication Internship ENGL 3009 001 Writing for Teachers WP ENGL 3009 002 Writing for Teachers WP GEOG 2200 001 Geographer s Toolbox GEOG 2200 002 Geographer s Toolbox GEOG 4120 001 Geomorphology GEOG 4930 001 Planning Issues GEOG 4930 002 Planning Issues GEOG 4940 001 Internship in Geography GEOG 4940 002 Internship in Geography GEOG 4940 003 Internship in Geography HONS 2850 001 Honors Service Learning Proj NURS 4410 001 Community Hlth Nurs Practicum NURS 4410 002 Community Hlth Nurs Practicum NURS 4410 003 Community Hlth Nurs Practicum NURS 4410 004 Community Hlth Nurs Practicum EDSS 4100 001 Secondary Education I EDMS 4121 001 Mathematics Methods EDMS 4121 002 Mathematics Methods EDMS 4110 001 Reading Methods English Instru EDMS 4110 002 Reading Methods English Instru LIBS 1000 001 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 002 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 003 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 004 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 005 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 006 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 007 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 008 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 1000 009 Beginning Field Experience LIBS 2000 001 Intermediate Field Experience LIBS 2000 002 Intermediate Field Experience LIBS 3000 001 Community and Diversity WP LIBS 3000 002 Community and Diversity WP LIBS 3000 003 Community and Diversity

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/service-learning/courses (2016-02-15)
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  • The Summit Program | California State University Stanislaus
    Each cluster includes 2 courses that have been linked to an engaging topic Faculty members will integrate the courses so that what students learn in one course will become the foundation for learning in the next course Students will take the courses in the cluster with the same classmates enabling them to get to know each other and interact in class discussions and group projects The faculty members in the cluster may be interacting with students during both cluster courses enabling students to develop a personal relationship with their instructors During the first class meeting of the cluster students will complete a learning contract that summarizes information about the program Enrolling in the Summit Program can begin in the term in which a student attains upper division status completion of 60 semester units Any student may enroll in any cluster regardless of his her major and have the cluster fulfill the Upper Division General Education requirement in the areas indicated Summit courses used to meet the Upper Division General Education requirement cannot be electives for a major or concentration they may however be used as electives in a minor Enrollment and Credit towards the General Education Requirement Each semester students enroll via web registration for the appropriate cluster course Students must successfully complete all courses in the cluster to have these courses fulfill 6 of the 9 units of the Upper Division General Education requirements 2014 2015 Summit Clusters Cluster 1 War Peace fulfills Areas F1 F2 and G These classes will examine issues of global conflict in the post WWII era focusing on the Cold War the Vietnam War and the Gulf War through film literature and technology Fall 2014 ENGL 3550 Years of War Days of Peace Post 1945 Literature and Film 3 units Spring 2015 PHYS 3550

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/general-education/summit-program (2016-02-15)
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  • Televised Course Information | California State University Stanislaus
    as a CODEC course three as an ITFS course and four as an ITFS course also transmitted via local cable TV Videoconferencing CODEC CODEC classes link Turlock and Stockton in P146 and STK A1071 respectively Students at both sites see and hear each other and the instructor can teach from either site Instructional Television Fixed Service ITFS ITFS courses from classrooms P164 and P165 in Turlock are televised to classrooms at the reception sites listed below These ITFS classrooms include a two way audio system that allows students at the outlying sites to communicate with the instructor and students in Turlock Faculty in Turlock see remote site students by web conferencing Cable Television Local TV Some of the ITFS courses are available on local cable television The room column in the course listing identifies the cable system and communities in which a course is offered as follows Charter TV room TV 002 in the Schedule of Classes These courses are available only to Charter Communications cable television subscribers in Ceres Delhi Denair Hilmar Keyes Turlock and Modesto zip code 95351 on channel 2 Comcast TV Room TV 096 in the Schedule of Classes These courses are available only to Comcast cable television subscribers in Modesto except for zip code 95351 on channel 96 Charter Comcast TV Room TV 2OR96 in the Schedule of Classes These courses are available on both Charter cable television channel 2 in Ceres Delhi Denair Hilmar Keyes Turlock and Modesto zip code 95351 and Comcast cable television channel 96 in Modesto zip codes excluding 95351 Students registered in a cable television section should watch the channel for their community at the time and day of the first class Registered students will be provided with website links to access class materials and a phone number to use

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/oit/televised-course-information (2016-02-15)
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  • Client Services
    provide technology support to students faculty and staff in an efficient and timely manner Help Desk Phone 209 667 3687 FAX 209 667 3333 Mail E mail 1 Hours of Operation See Contact Information 2 Work Order Submit Electronically 3 California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact Us Resources Career Opportunities Directions Parking Campus Map Campus Tours Title IX Campus Security Report Information for

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/oit/client-services (2016-02-15)
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  • Permit Costs | California State University Stanislaus
    Winter 2015 Spring 2016 Annual Total Student Vehicle 45 20 137 180 45 180 542 Motorcycles at 25 of vehicle rate 34 45 11 45 135 MPP Confidential E99 45 20 137 180 45 180 542 Faculty 3 CFA 13 19 40 52 14 52 158 Staff 2 5 7 9 CSUEU 13 91 41 56 14 56 167 Physicians Dentists 1 UAPD 13 00 39 52 13 52 156 Academic Professionals 4 APC 13 00 39 52 13 52 156 Skilled Trades 6 SETC 12 00 36 48 12 48 144 Police 8 SUPA 13 00 39 52 13 52 156 Academic Student Employees 11 UAW 13 00 39 52 13 52 156 Reserved 72 20 N A N A N A N A 866 Daily 6 00 Effective Dates of Term Decals From 6 2 15 8 13 15 12 24 15 1 19 16 7 1 15 To 8 26 15 1 6 16 2 1 16 6 8 16 6 30 16 Health Care Support 2 Operations Support Service 5 Clerical Administrative Support 7 Technical Support 9 Cancelling automatic payroll deduction If you choose to cancel automatic payroll deduction for parking please consider the following Parking deductions occur one month in advance May deduction pays for June parking Report to Cashiers MSR100 and complete the Notice to the State Controller of Payroll Deduction Authorization Form CD88 indicate the month and year your deduction will end and that you want to delete your parking payroll deduction Submit the completed form to Cashiers before the first of the month you want your parking deduction to end Relinquish your parking permit to Cashiers attach it to Form CD88 Cashiers will forward the completed form to Payroll to cancel your automatic deduction Any refund in parking will appear on the

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/upd/parking-gateway/permit-costs (2016-02-15)
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  • Students & Parents Parking
    Free temporary time limit parking spaces are available in Lot 11 near MSR campus administrative building Lot 8 near the Arena Lot 2 near the Art and Theatre buildings Disabled Parking To use a disabled parking space or to park in a metered space a valid CSU Stanislaus parking permit as well as a valid DMV Placard or Disabled plate must be displayed CCR Title 5 Division 5 Article 7 42200 Ed Code 67301a Enforced 24 7 year round Disabled parking map 9 Year Round Enforcement Parking permits are enforced in all lots 7AM 10PM M F including non instruction days e g spring break Permits do not exempt vehicles from paying parking meter fees unless displayed with a valid DMV issued disabled placard or plate Student semester and daily permits are valid in employee parking areas after 4 p m and in areas marked with bright yellow reserved signs after 5 p m The following areas are enforced 24 7 year round Disabled stalls red curbs fire lanes time limit spaces service maintenance stalls white and yellow curbs and meter parking Service vehicle spaces must be available to ambulance fire police maintenance and other service vehicles Vehicles parked over 20 minutes in service vehicle only spaces may receive a parking ticket Parking Tickets Don t delay You have 21 days from the date the ticket was issued to dispute or pay the original fine amount Visit www pmbonline org 10 to pay or dispute All disputes are processed through the online process To pay in person visit UPD M F during campus business hours Violations Parking and Traffic Ordinances PTO s Vehicles with five or more unpaid parking tickets are subject to impound per California Vehicle Code 22651 PTO 1 No parking permit displayed 33 00 PTO 2 Fictitious

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/print/upd/parking-gateway/students-parents-parking (2016-02-15)
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