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  • Course Descriptions - Hesston College
    m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Course Descriptions Course Descriptions Art Aviation Biology Business Accounting Business Administration Business Computer Information Technology Chemistry Communication Arts Disaster Management Economics Education Engineering English History Humanities Music Mathematical Sciences Music Nursing Nutrition Physical Education Physical Science Physics Political Science Psychology Religion Skills for College Success Sociology Spanish Theatre 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Integrity Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Support Services Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Off Campus Relationships Special Courses Student Success Admissions Applying for Admission More Admission Policies Course Descriptions Enrollment Statistics Faculty and Staff Administrative Council Faculty Adrian Hershberger Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Staff Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligibility Grants Loans Scholarships General Information Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Educational Facilities General Education Mission Vision and Purposes Philosophy Legal Notices Degrees and Programs of Study Agricultural Sciences Art also graphic design Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Associate of Arts degree Associate of General Studies degree Associate of Science degree Athletic Training Aviation Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bible and Ministry Biology Business also accounting economics Chemistry Communications Computer Information Technology Computer Science Criminal and Restorative Justice Disaster Management Early Childhood Education Education Elementary and Early Childhood also special education Education Secondary also special education Engineering Engineering Technology Computer Systems Engineering Technology Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology Mechanical English Environmental Science Exercise Science General Studies History also pre law

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  • Enrollment Statistics - Hesston College
    3 2014 Illinois 4 2015 8 2014 Indiana 14 2015 19 2014 Iowa 13 2015 14 2014 Kansas 187 2015 197 2014 Kentucky 0 2015 1 2014 Louisiana 2 2015 2 2014 Maryland 0 2015 1 2014 Michigan 1 2015 1 2014 Minnesota 3 2015 1 2014 Mississippi 0 2015 1 2014 Missouri 4 2015 7 2014 Nebraska 8 2015 6 2014 Nevada 1 2015 0 2014 New Jersey 1 2015 0 2014 New Mexico 1 2015 1 2014 New York 1 2015 0 2014 North Carolina 1 2015 1 2014 North Dakota 1 2015 1 2014 Ohio 12 2015 12 2014 Oklahoma 8 2015 12 2014 Oregon 4 2015 7 2014 Pennsylvania 19 2015 18 2014 Puerto Rico 3 2015 0 2014 South Dakota 1 2015 2 2014 Tennessee 1 2015 4 2014 Texas 23 2015 23 2014 Utah 1 2015 3 2014 Virginia 18 2015 14 2014 Washington 3 2015 2 2014 Wyoming 1 2015 1 2014 Countries represented Albania 1 2015 1 2014 Brazil 1 2015 1 2014 Canada 1 2015 1 2014 China 1 2015 0 2014 D R Congo 4 2015 6 2014 Dominic Rep 1 2015 2 2014 Ethiopia 3 2015 1 2014 Honduras 1 2015 0 2014 Indonesia 2 2015 5 2014 Japan 23 2015 25 2014 Mexico 1 2015 0 2014 Nigeria 1 2015 1 2014 South Korea 4 2015 2 2014 Sudan 0 2015 1 2014 Catalog 2016 17 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Integrity Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Support Services Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Off Campus Relationships Special Courses Student Success Admissions Applying for Admission More Admission Policies Course Descriptions Enrollment Statistics Faculty and Staff Administrative Council Faculty Adrian Hershberger Faculty Hochstetler Miller

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  • Legal Notices - Hesston College
    accommodations to support their success Common accommodations are additional time or quiet place for tests electronic text or note taking services To receive such accommodations students must share information and documentation with Disability Services Coordinator Deb Roth Access to Student Records Hesston College treats student educational records confidentially and in accordance with the 1974 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA Personally identifiable information from educational records is not disclosed to third parties without written consent of the student except where required by law where needed by college personnel to perform their duties or where needed to ensure the health and safety of the student and others Students have the right to inspect their educational records with certain limitations and to seek to amend records that they believe are inaccurate misleading or in violation of their rights to privacy Full details of the institution s FERPA policy are published in the Student Handbook In addition students are provided a written notification of rights during the registration process at the beginning of each year More information is available from the Registrar s Office Concerns about compliance with these guidelines may be addressed to Family Policy Compliance Office U S Department of Education 600 Independence Avenue S W Washington D C 20202 4605 Hesston College Graduation Rates The Student Right to Know Act PL 101 542 requires that institutions publish graduation rates The rates are based on new freshman entering an institution as first time full time degree seeking students and graduating within 1 5 times the normal time for their program The graduation rate for those entering Hesston College in the fall of 2011 and graduating within three years was 55 percent The average rate over the last four years is 52 percent Accessibility Notice Although certain facilities are not fully physically accessible to persons with disabilities Hesston College will take such means as are necessary to ensure that no qualified person with disabilities is denied the benefits of excluded from participation in or otherwise subject to discrimination because Hesston College facilities are physically inaccessible to or unusable by persons with disabilities The accessibility standard required by Federal law for existing facilities is that Hesston College s programs or activities when viewed in their entirety must be readily accessible to persons with disabilities Hesston College may meet this standard through such means as a reassignment of classes or other services to accessible locations redesign of equipment assignment of aids alteration of existing facilities and construction of new accessible facilities Hesston College is not required to make structural changes in existing facilities where other methods are sufficient to comply with the accessibility standard described above Because scheduling of classes and arranging housing in accessible facilities may require reasonable advance planning students with disabilities accepted for admission should identify themselves within 90 days of the start of the semester of admission and indicate the nature of accommodation that they need Grievance Procedures Policies and procedures are established in order to assist in the

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  • Faculty and Staff - Hesston College
    w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Faculty and Staff Faculty and Staff Administrative Council Faculty Adrian to Hershberger Hochstetler to Miller Hesed Mosquera to Stauffer Swartley to Yoder Chicago Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Staff Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Hesston College Alumni Association Catalog 2014 15 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Integrity Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Support Services Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Off Campus Relationships Special Courses Student Success Admissions Applying for Admission More Admission Policies Course Descriptions Enrollment Statistics Faculty and Staff Administrative Council Faculty Adrian Hershberger Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Staff Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligibility Grants Loans Scholarships General Information Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Educational Facilities General Education Mission Vision and Purposes Philosophy Legal Notices Degrees and Programs of Study Agricultural Sciences Art also graphic design Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Associate of Arts degree Associate of General Studies degree Associate of Science degree Athletic Training Aviation Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bible and Ministry Biology Business also accounting economics Chemistry Communications Computer Information Technology Computer Science Criminal and Restorative Justice Disaster Management Early Childhood Education Education Elementary and Early Childhood also special education Education Secondary also special education Engineering Engineering Technology Computer Systems Engineering Technology Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology Mechanical English Environmental Science Exercise Science General Studies History also pre law Horticulture Science

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  • Academic Life - Hesston College
    Life Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Academic Integrity Special Courses Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Support Services Off campus relationships 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Integrity Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Support Services Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Off Campus Relationships Special Courses Student Success Admissions Applying for Admission More Admission Policies Course Descriptions Enrollment Statistics Faculty and Staff Administrative Council Faculty Adrian Hershberger Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Staff Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligibility Grants Loans Scholarships General Information Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Educational Facilities General Education Mission Vision and Purposes Philosophy Legal Notices Degrees and Programs of Study Agricultural Sciences Art also graphic design Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Associate of Arts degree Associate of General Studies degree Associate of Science degree Athletic Training Aviation Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bible and Ministry Biology Business also accounting economics Chemistry Communications Computer Information Technology Computer Science Criminal and

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  • Admissions - Hesston College
    Home 2015 16 Course Catalog Admissions Admissions Admissions Policy Admission Admission on Academic Contractual Acceptance ACA Credit for Previous Education and Training Re Admission 2015 16 Course Catalog Academic Life Academic Integrity Academic Records and Transcript Requests Appeal Procedure Academic Support Services Credits and Calendar Advising and Registration Evaluation Satisfactory Progress Probation and Eligibility for Extracurricular Activities Off Campus Relationships Special Courses Student Success Admissions Applying for Admission More Admission Policies Course Descriptions Enrollment Statistics Faculty and Staff Administrative Council Faculty Adrian Hershberger Faculty Hochstetler Miller Hesed Faculty Mosquera to Stauffer Faculty Swartley Yoder Urban Life Center Emeritus Faculty Mennonite Education Agency Hesston College Board of Directors Alumni Association Staff Financial Aid Financial Aid Eligibility Grants Loans Scholarships General Information Assessment Accreditation and Memberships Educational Facilities General Education Mission Vision and Purposes Philosophy Legal Notices Degrees and Programs of Study Agricultural Sciences Art also graphic design Associate of Applied Arts and Sciences degree Associate of Arts degree Associate of General Studies degree Associate of Science degree Athletic Training Aviation Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bible and Ministry Biology Business also accounting economics Chemistry Communications Computer Information Technology Computer Science Criminal and Restorative Justice Disaster Management Early Childhood Education Education Elementary

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  • Applying for Admission - Hesston College
    of Hesston College Expresses personal and academic goals for attending college Applicants who do not meet these criteria will be reviewed by an Academic Contractual Acceptance Committee chosen and chaired by the vice president of Admissions and will include Student Life representative dean of Student Success faculty representative and admissions counselor Admission United States applicants including transfer students who intend to earn a degree at Hesston College are asked to complete the following steps Application Submit a completed application form to Hesston College Admissions Application forms are available from the Admissions Office or online in the Admissions section of the college website www hesston edu No application fee is required Academic records Arrange for official copies of the following records to be sent to Hesston College Admissions High school transcript and or General Education Development G E D test results Admission will be granted on the basis of a six or seven semester transcript But a final transcript showing graduation date and grade point average must be on file before the student can attend classes For academic records home schooled applicants are required to submit 1 an outline or transcript of coursework covered or a GED test score and 2 standardized test scores The Admissions office may also request a certificate of high school completion from the home state This requirement may be waived for students with an associate degree or higher Transcripts of all previous college course work taken if applicable Results of all exams taken through Advanced Placement AP College Level Examination Program CLEP or other testing agencies if applicable SAT or ACT test scores Arrange for scores from SAT I Scholastic Aptitude Tests or ACT American College Test tests to be sent to Hesston College The Hesston College codes are 6274 for SAT and 1416 for ACT Non traditional students who have not completed one of these tests will be required to take a placement test before acceptance This requirement may be waived for students with an associate degree or higher Deposit Upon acceptance submit a deposit of 150 The fee is refundable upon request until May 1 For dormitory residents 50 of the fee will serve as a room deposit refunded upon termination provided the student s dorm room is in good condition The other 100 serves as a tuition deposit and is applied toward first term tuition expenses References Hesston College requires references for applicants to the nursing and aviation programs and students admitted on Academic Contractual Acceptance References may be submitted from teachers guidance counselors coaches pastors or employers who know the applicant well Applicants for the Nursing program who are employed in health care must include one reference from the current employer The college will not accept references from the prospective student s personal friends or relatives Prospective students may obtain reference forms from the Admissions office or from the Admissions section of the college website www hesston edu Non degree seeking applicants are asked to complete a part time application No application

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  • More Admission Policies - Hesston College
    the end of the first semester Satisfactory Academic Progress is defined in the Academic Life section of the catalog Credit for Previous Education and Training Transfer Credit Courses taken at nationally or regionally accredited institutions may be applied toward a degree at Hesston College if they are comparable to courses offered at Hesston Only courses with grades of C or better are considered Transcripts are reviewed by the registrar and by academic departments as appropriate Course work taken at non accredited institutions will be reviewed after the student has completed one term of study at Hesston Transfer students seeking a degree must meet all Hesston College graduation requirements including those for residency and grade point average Transfer credits are not included in Hesston College grade point average calculations Students presenting 24 or more hours of acceptable credit at the beginning of a term are classified as sophomores Students who hold a bachelor s degree or a previous associate degree from Hesston College are generally considered to have met all general education requirements and are classified as undergraduate specials Individual career programs reserve the right to require certain general education courses if appropriate to the needs of their graduates or if missing from the student s previous experiences Credit for Examinations Hesston College may grant credit for Advanced Placement AP exams given by the College Entrance Examination Board with a score of 3 or higher exams administered by International Baccalaureate IB schools with a Higher Level exam score of 4 or higher as well as comprehensive exams given by Hesston College instructors where the grade earned is equivalent to a B or better Credit may also be granted for exams administered by the College Level Examination Program CLEP following the credit granting scores recommended by the American Council on Education equivalent

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