STUDENT AFFAIRS LEADERSHIP Organizational Chart VICE CHANCELLOR Dr. Shannon Finning SPECIALIZED ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Ann Valentino DIRECTOR CENTER FOR RELIGIOUS AND SPIRITUAL LIFE Rabbi Jacqueline Satlow ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENTS/ DIRECTOR HRE Lucinda Poudrier Aaronson ASSISTANT DIRECTOR COMMUNITY STANDARDS, SAFETY & SECURITY Johanna Bielawski ASSISTANT DIRECTOR RESIDENTIAL EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC INITIATIVES Michelle Black ASSISTANT DIRECTOR UPPERCLASS RESIDENCES Lydia Johnson ASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR Cynthia Cummings DIRECTOR STUDENT ACTIVITIES, INVOLVEVMENT & LEADERSHIP Chris Laib DIRECTOR HEALTH SERVICES Sheila Dorgan EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER Dr. Linda Kent Davis ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HEALTH SERVICES Marianne Sullivan ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, CAREER DEVELOPMENT CENTER Alyssa Snizek ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SAIL Wayne Williams DIRECTOR, INTERNSHIPS/ EXPERIENTIUAL LEARNING Amelia Alburn ASSISTANT DIRECTOR SAIL Stacy Ploskonka ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HEALTH EDUCATION Beth-Anne Vieira 5 NP, 2 RNs, 2 MAs ASSISTANT DIRECTOR HOUSING OPERATIONS Brad Rohrer CAREER SPECIALIST Racheal Roy CAREER COUNSELOR Colleen Wetterland DIRECTOR OF Public Safety Emil Fioravanti University Police Captain Timothy Sheehan Assistant Director TBA Accountant I Richard Tuttle CRISIS RESPONSE GENERAL MANAGER WUMD RADIO STATION Jennifer Mulcare-Sullivan Medical Leaves Senate Advisor Student Government Association Advisor COMMENCEMENT Student Fee Allocation Committee ASSISTANT DIRECTOR COUNSELING SERVICES Dr. Sarah Fraser ASSISTANT DIRECTOR COUNSELING SERVICES TBA Director of Environmental Health & Safety Robert Casparius Psychologist Dr. David Perry University Police Lieutenants John Souza Maurice Dore Eric Vanasse Psychologist Psychologist Dr. Dr. Nicholas Nicholas Olendzski Olendzski University Police Sergeants Mark Nataly Victor Jorge Mark Andrade Damon Gomes 16 University Police Officers Convocation DIRECTOR COUNSELING SERVICES Dr. Catherine Perry BUSINESS MANAGER Barbara Costa 11 Resident Directors 128 Resident Assistants Graduate Student June 2018 Assessment 3 Institutional Security Officers 5 Communications Dispatchers ASSOCIATE DEAN OF STUDENTS Shelly Metivier Scott DIRECTOR CENTER FOR ACCESS AND SUCCESS Wendi Chaka ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR CAS Joshua Crary ENDEAVOR SCHOLARS Social Worker Nancy Harper ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II Karen Pimentel DIRECTOR STUDENT CONDUCT & DISPUTE RESOLUTION Mary Beckwith Orientation PROGRAM Veteran and Commuter Students DEPUTY COORDINATOR FOR TITLE IX Student Leaves Environmental Health & Safety Specialist Amy Pacheco Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator Brian Serrecchio FALL FAMILY WEEKEND Evening/Weeke ndEVENING/ ON-CALL WEEKEND Coordinator ON CALL COORDINATOR Student Advocacy Food Insecure Homeless and Foster Students DIRECTOR FREDERICK DOUGLASS UNITY HOUSE Nicole Williams ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FDUH LaSella Hall ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS/ DIRECTOR CENTER FOR WOMEN, GENDER & SEXUAITY Dr. Juli Parker ASST DIRECTOR FOR ADVOCACY & EDUCATION Jessica Harris
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John Lochman – Interim Director, Alabama Life Research Institute Saxon Professor Emeritus of Psychology Director Emeritus, Center for Prevention of Youth Behavior Problems [EC] 2018-2019 Advisory Board • Carol Agomo – Director of Community and Administrative Affairs, UA Division of Community Affairs • David Albright - Hill Crest Foundation Endowed Chair in Mental Health and Associate Professor in School of Social Work • Susan Burket – Alabama Power Foundation Endowed Professor, College of Engineering • Jason DeCaro – Professor of Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences • Thomas English – Assistant Professor of Management, Culverhouse College of Business • Patrick Frantom – Associate Professor of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences • Safiya George – Associate Professor of Nursing, & Assistant Dean for Research, College of Nursing • John Higginbotham – UA Interim Vice President for Research; Director, Institute for Rural Health Research; Professor and Chair of the Department of Community and Rural Medicine, College of Community Health Sciences [EC] • Mathew Jenny – Associate Professor of Biology, College of Arts and Sciences • Debra McCallum – Director, Institute for Social Science Research; Senior Research Social Scientist [EC] • Kagendo Mutua – Professor, Severe and Profound Disabilities and Transition, College of Education • Laura Myers – Director, Center for Advanced Public Safety, College of Engineering; Senior Research Scientist • Patricia Parmelee – Director, Alabama Research Institute on Aging; Professor of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences [EC} • Jason Parton – Director, Institute for Business Analytics (and Data Analytics Lab); Assistant Professor, Culverhouse College of Commerce [EC] • Edward Sazonov – Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering • Xiangrong Shen – Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering • Stuart Usdan – Professor and Dean, College of Human Environmental Sciences • Thomas Weida - Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs, Chief Medical Officer for University Medical Center, College of Community Health Sciences • Susan White – Professor & Doddridge Saxon Chairholder in Clinical Psychology, Colege of Arts & Sciences; Director, Center for Prevention of Youth Behavior Problems [EC]
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HEALTH INFORMATICS PROGRAM Dean CHHS Assoc Dean Budget and Planning Director of Operations and Budget Director of Development Assoc Director Alum Outreach/ Publications Assistant Dean Master’s/ Post Master’s Division Senior Associate Dean Academic Affairs Director CHPRE Assistant Dean Student Affairs Director CCID Assistant Dean Academic Outreach Director DSHI Associate Dean CHHS and Director School of Nursing Assistant Dean Undergraduate Division Associate Dean Research & Program Evaluation Chair, Health Admin & Policy Chair, Global & Community Health Chair, Social Work Chair, Nutrition & Food Studies GCH Faculty SW Faculty NFS Faculty Chair, Rehabilitation Science RS Faculty HAP Faculty Assistant Dean Doctoral Studies Division Web: hi.gmu.edu Copyright © 2013 HI at GMU
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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville University Housing - 2008 - 2009 Michael Schultz Director of University Housing Kathleen Gardner Associate Director of Residence Life Lisa Israel Assistant Director for Residential Education Sarah Wyatt Kirkpatrick Community Director Cougar Village Sheila Coressel Assistant Director for Training and Development Amanda Stonecipher Assistant Director of Residence Life Kyle Lineback Hall Director Woodland Hall Spencer Giese Assistant Community Director 400 Side Chris Toenjes Assistant Hall Director Kristy Wakefield Assistant Community Director Family Housing Cathy Passananti Hall Director Prairie Hall Kelli Hall Assistant Community Director Upper 500 Side Samantha Christie Assistant Hall Director Jessica Vanderwood Hall Director Bluff Hall Sarah Danford Assistant Community Director Lower 500 Side Kristin Richards Assistant Hall Director Lacey Howe Assistant Community Director Programming & Administration Justin Allen Hall Director Evergreen Hall Amie Tillery Assistant Hall Director 03/26/19
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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville University Housing - 2010 - 2011 Michael Schultz Director of University Housing Kathleen Gardner Associate Director of Residence Life Vicky Dean Assistant Director for Residential Education Sarah Wyatt Kirkpatrick Assistant Director of Residence Life For Cougar Village Kyle Lineback Assistant Director for Training and Development Amanda Stonecipher Assistant Director of Residence Life For the Residence Halls Jamie Matthews Community Director Woodland Hall Bobbie Cole Community Director Cougar Village 400 Side Michelle Farney Assistant Community Director Cathy Passananti Community Director Prairie Hall Chinomso Ibe Assistant Community Director Family Resource Center Brian Skaggs Assistant Community Director Rex Jackson Community Director Cougar Village 500 Side Jessica Vanderwood Community Director Bluff Hall Debra Simmerman Assistant Community Director Stephanie Matteson Assistant Community Director Operations Nate Pauley Community Director Evergreen Hall Jaclyn Weisenborn Assistant Community Director 03/26/2019
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Organizational Chart Maureen Binder Associate Vice President for Human Resources & Chief HR Officer Renee Grigor Assistant Director Talent Acquisition Sarah Lovel Assistant Director Compensation Douglas Lewis Nancy Gayton Becky Moulton Shelia Daniels Associate Director Director Associate Director Executive Facilities & Safety Health Affairs & COM Workforce Administration & Technology Tony Fappiano Tania Gutierrez-Catasus Floyd Sturdifen Shanika Gooding Julia Needham Cristina Rever Lead Coordinator Marie Milien Terri Smith Consultants Farrah Torres Tara Herget Amy Robinson Assistant Director HRIS Kristina Smith Annie Brown Office Manager Consultants Daren Hill Josh Hallam Cassetta Phillips Danielle Chung Carol Arce Monica Alvarado-Rodriguez Analysts Coordinators Annya Baerga TBA Molly Myers Kay West Liz Harris Brittany Hofmann Tajah Foster OPS Jamie Makowski Coordinators HR Representatives Sr.HR Representative Stephanie Santiago Senior Analysts Ashlynn Hughes HR Assistants TBA Intern IT Manager Isha Guerrero-Londeree Assistant Director Payroll Services Maribeth Kerr Assistant Manager Michael Minutelli LaToya Anderson Michael Lieblong Jordan Castillo Jeremy Armstrong QC Coordinators Bonnie Belot Senior HR Representative Abbee Camen Assistant Director, Employment Services & Records Garnette Garricks Assistant Manager Kelly Fernandez Tia Lloyd HR Coordinators Fiona M. Murphy Lorena Perez Connie Gauthreaux Karen Sgambati HR Representatives Karen Black Shay Vickers Program Assistants Last updated: 10/02/2017 Director Elizabeth Richner Assistant to CHRO Ashley Longoria Associate Director Benefits & Leave Administration Aisha Morfe-Benscome Assistant Manager Keven Ayala Samuel Ensenat Emanuel Torres Venessa Williams Benefits Coordinators Jon Richman Benefits Analyst Ben Anderson Assistant Director, Leave Administration Lizbed Santiago-Rivera Alicia Melendez Leave Coordinators Todd Coon HR Representative Rachelle Lehner Assistant Director Learning & Organizational Effectiveness Lee Williams Training Coordinator Margie Chusmir OD Consultant Andrew Carlton Intern TBA Sr. HR Communications Coordinator TBA Associate Director Research & Commercialization Jennifer McKay HR Recruiter Karen Norum Web Designer Doshie Walker Training Manager Millicent Downer Michelle Brooks Associate Director Associate Director HR Accounting & Operations Employee Relations & HR Compliance Deborah Frankenbach Elizabeth Herrera Employee Relations Senior HR Coordinator Representative Elizabeth Rivera Senior Secretary Katheryn Daniels Theresa Scipione Accounting Coordinators Ivette Martinez Accountant
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Participants Title Aldrich, Christine EOPS/CARE Director Barrios, Mary Beth Associate Dean, Counseling & Student Success Bell, Richette Director of Admissions and Records Bonacic, Trish Director CalWorks, TANF, GAIN and SRC Curry, Keith Provost, El Camino Compton Center Estrada, Maria FYE Coordinator/ Counselor Griffin, Shateo Coordinator of Student Success Services & Programs Haynes, Vanessa SSSP Counselor/Professor of Counseling & HDEV Humphreys, Phillip Dean, Student Services Jimenez Albert Instructional Specialist-SI & Basic Skills Coordinator Klier, Robert Associate Dean, Academic Affairs - ECC Lundquist, Sara VP Student Services - Santa Ana College Meadors Josh Research Analyst, Office of Institutional Research Mendoza, Eric Director, Student Development & Athletics Martinez, Elizabeth Director of Enrollment Services Murray Rodney Dean of Student Learning, Division 2 Maruri, Carlos SSSP Counselor Pascual, Mytha Director of Financial Aid & Scholarships Patel, Dipte Dean, Counseling and Student Success- ECC Perez, Barbara Vice-president, EL Camino College Compton Powers, ,Ethel Senior Administrative Assistant Osanyinpeju, Abiodun Interim Dean of Student Learning, Division 1 Reyes, Idania Student Equity Director - ECC Roach Donald Division Chair of Division 3 & Professor of Math Subramaniam, Chelvi Dean of Student Success, Division 3 Villalobos, Jose President CCCFT/ Basic Skills Coordinator/ Wallano Eyob Division Chair of Division 1 & Professor of Biology Subramaniam-8.20.15
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Recruitment Action Scope Delegated Authority Monash System Notification or action Requesting recruitment for a new or vacant position Academic staff (A to D) Professional staff (HEW 1 to 9) Dean or Divisional Director REX Enter information directly into Job Request screen in REX. Approval to advertise a new or vacant position Academic staff (A to D) Professional staff (HEW 1 to 9) Dean (or PVC Gippsland in consultation with the Dean) or Divisional Director REX Notification email from “Job approval”. Reminders from “hr-jobs”. Selection of successful candidate Head of School/ Department Deputy Head of School/Department Academic staff - level E (recommendation to the Provost and Vice-Chancellor) Academic staff (A to D) Professional staff (HEW 1 to 9) Dean or Divisional Director Direct appointments Academic staff (fixed-term level A to C) - for approval Dean or Divisional Director All other direct appointments – for endorsement only Follow the instructions in the email. Advise HR Business Partner of preferred candidate by email. REX Notification email from “Job approval”. Reminders from “hr-jobs”. Follow the instructions in the email. Approval of relocation or removal costs for incoming staff All staff Dean or Divisional Director Liaise directly with HR Business Partner. Requesting a temporary staff member Temporary appointments Dean or Divisional Director Authorise on recommendation of head of unit. 4
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Lactation Support Program ELIGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS Eligible Employees & Students Any Pasadena Area Community College District employee or student desiring to express breast milk shall be accommodated, and will be eligible for use of designated Lactation Support Program (LSP) rooms. Human Resources Home (link) Location The District shall make reasonable efforts to provide nursing employees and students with the use of an LSP room or other location, other than a toilet stall or locker room, to express in private. The room or location shall be shielded from view and free from intrusion of others. The rooms will be centrally located to accommodate employees and students that work or attend classes in various buildings; however, the rooms will not necessarily be located in the building in which the employee works or student attends class. An employee assigned to a private unshared office may use that room. Designated LSP rooms shall contain a supportive chair, a table, access to an electrical outlet, adequate ventilation, and a door that can be locked. Room Access Access to LSP room will be unscheduled and on a first–come, first-served basis. Any employee who wishes to use an LSP room must first contact Human Resources to arrange lactation support accommodations, and to be provided instructions for use of and access to the room. Students must contact the Student Health Services office to receive instructions regarding use of the student LSP room. Use of Room The LSP rooms are for the exclusive use of nursing employees and students, on a first–come, first-served basis, and one at a time. Each nursing employee or student user of the room is responsible for keeping the room clean and removing personal items when leaving. If an employee or student finds the room in disarray, she is to contact the Human Resources Office or Student Health Services Office. Employee Break Time The District shall provide a reasonable amount of unpaid break time to accommodate an employee who desires to express breast milk. The supervisor shall permit the employee to take breaks to express whenever and as often as needed. Whenever possible, the break time shall run concurrent with any break time already provided to the employee. For example, employees who work 5 hours or more are provided two (2) twenty (20) minute paid rest breaks and one (1) one-half (1/2) hour unpaid meal break; employees who work less than 5 hours are provided one (1) twenty 20 minute paid rest break. Therefore, an employee who works eight (8) hours would have three (3) provided breaks; and an employee who works four (4) hours would have one (1) provided break. An employee may need other breaks, in addition to the provided breaks. The frequency of the breaks needed by an employee, as well as the duration, may vary. Termination of Accommodation An employee or student may use the LSP room for as long as needed. When an employee no longer has need of lactation support, she must inform Human Resources and her supervisor, and return to her regular break schedule. When a student no longer has need of lactation support, she must inform the Student Health Services Office. LSP Introduction (link) Eligibility & Requirements (link) FLSA Nursing Mothers Rights (link) LSP Accommodation Request Form (link) Designated Locations (link) Campus Map (link)
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American Honors Affiliate School Transfer Network Keck Graduate Institute Amherst College New Jersey Institute of Technology Alma College Kutztown University of Pennsylvania American College of Greece Brandeis University Occidental College Claremont McKenna College Pitzer College Connecticut College Swarthmore College Denison University Taylor University Baldwin Wallace University Drew University Thomas Edison State College Binghamton University, Duke University Trinity College George Washington University University of Puget Sound Georgetown School of Continuing Studies Watson University Lafayette College Wellesley College Massachusetts Institute of Technology Wesleyan University Liberty University American University Marian University Austin College Calumet College of St. Joseph College of Charleston Colorado State University Global Campus Earlham College Hanover College Michigan State University University of Arizona New York University - College of Arts and Sciences Queens University of Charlotte Royal Roads University Southern Methodist University Stockton University SUNY Old Westbury Trine University University of Rochester Holy Cross College Middlebury College Valparaiso University Western Michigan University Illinois Institute of Technology Minerva Schools at KGI Westminster College Whittier College Indiana Institute of Technology Mount Holyoke College Whitworth University Widener University Kean University
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Dean’s Business Office Duties Ruby Haroon Director, Operations [email protected] x34612 Annual College Budget Oversee all revenue, expense, HR and business practices for the College Strategic planning for operations of college Accountable for all auditable items Serve as liaison to Provost’s and President’s Offices Provide guidance to all dept and center administration concerning operations Represent college at UH Central meetings Serve as liaison to other colleges & divisions of UH Initiate programs and policies to benefit college Approve position reclassifications and restructurings Assemble/evaluate proposals for fees, budgets and new initiatives Oversee expenses paid through CBA Foundation Provide information to deans and chairs regarding operations Supervise dean’s business office, reception staff, maintenance staff and scholarship office Ad hoc projects and initiatives at the college level Serve on UH level committees and pilot projects Khanh Nguyen Becky Guzman Financial Analyst [email protected] x34616 HR/Payroll Coordinator 2 [email protected] x30473 Monthly verification of 350 Bauer cost centers Supervise financial functions of business office Communicate expenditure info to all depts./centers Reallocations, fund transfers, BOB report, budget transfers Create and inactivate cost centers Ad hoc projects Train departments on financial accounting All ePAR audit, check disbursal, Research college payroll & HR issues Help maintain assignment tracking system Liaise with Central Payroll and HR Supervise payroll/HR functions of business office Manage PCNs for college Terrolyn Gunter Financial Coordinator 2 [email protected] x31580 Audit expenses/revenues, contracts, travel requests & requisitions for the college Monthly verification of non-salary cost centers Train college staff on financial procedures Audit monthly P-Card & Tcard processing Liaise with Gen Acct, AP, Purchasing, Contracts OCG Lisa Kuhfeldt Payroll Office Coordinator 1 [email protected] x30548 All ePAR audit, timesheets, check disbursal Research college payroll and HR issues Help maintain assignment tracking system Liaise with Central Payroll and HR Clear suspense report Leave Accrual Reconciliation Sara Brown College Business Administrator [email protected] x34613 Maintain budgets for all college cost centers Ad hoc projects and initiatives at the college level Oversee revenue, expense, HR/Payroll and business practices for the College Provide support to depts in staff interviewing and hiring Monitor fund equity for all college cost centers Assist with position reclassifications and restructurings Generate annual fee reports Generate Clinical Offer Letters and Reappointments Generate Overload requests for faculty Certifying signature for college business transactions Serve on UH level committees and pilot projects Stand in for Director of Operations when needed
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Why am I a CSA Campus Security Authorities: UW-Parkside encourages a culture of reporting. The following individuals are designated as campus security authorities and are trained on the proper reporting procedures: • University Police & Public Safety - all members of the University Police & Public Safety Department, including all sworn law enforcement officers, community service officers, dispatchers, and any limited term employee(s). • Administrators – all members of the offices of Vice Provost for Student Affairs & Enrollment Services, Office of Equity and Diversity including the Title IX Coordinator and Deputy Coordinators, and the Dean of Students Office including the Dean, Associate/Assistant Dean(s). • Housing & Residence Life – all members of the Residence Life Office who work directly with students including the Director, Associate/Assistant Director(s), Hall Director(s), Resident Advisor(s), Desk Staff, & Summer Conference Assistant(s). • Campus Activities and Engagement – all members of the Campus Activities and Engagement Office which include all Group Advisors to student organizations, Faculty/Staff who directly advise academic/honorary organizations, and any individual who directly oversees a specific programming group. • Student Center – all members of the Student Center staff including Director, Associate/Assistant Director(s), and all student employees serving in any capacity in the building. • Athletics – all members of Athletics including Director, Associate/Assistant Director(s), Athletic Training/Sports Medicine Staff, Team Coaches, Team Associate/Assistant(s), and Volunteer Coaches. • Academic Advisors – all campus individuals who serve in the role of Academic Advisor including the Advising and Career Center, Student Support Services, Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, and Professional College/Departmental Advisors. • International Student Services/Study Abroad – all members of the office and all faculty/staff who work with International Student Program(s) or Study Abroad Program(s). Providers at the Student Health & Counseling Center are the only individuals on campus who are designated as “Confidential”. Providers are required to report that an incident has occurred for statistical purposes only and may, if requested by the reporting person, include or not include any information that could identify a specific person(s).
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Prerequisite override based on transfer credit or alternate placement scores: Update advising notes with any information not in the student’s myLSUE page, such as unofficial transcript information about the transfer credit or alternate ACT scores to base the decision on. Email a request to the academic dean in the division that houses the course. Include the student name, number, semester, course and section in which the student would like to enroll. After receiving notification from the academic dean about the decision whether or not to grant the override, notify the student of the outcome. *If permitted to enroll, the academic dean or their designee performing the override will update the advising notes to alert faculty teaching the course of the decision.   Prerequisite override to skip a prerequisite requirement: Email a request to the academic dean in the division that houses the course. Include the student name, number, semester, course and section in which the student would like to enroll, and any information that will help inform the decision. After receiving notification from the academic dean about the decision whether or not to grant the override, notify the student of the outcome. *If permitted to enroll, the academic dean performing the override will update the advising notes to alert faculty teaching the course of the decision.   Seat limit override: Email a request to the academic dean in the division that houses the course. Include the student name, number, semester, course and section in which the student would like to enroll, and any information that will help inform the decision. Include information about issues such as work/class conflicts with open sections, transportation difficulties, distance learning only, etc… After receiving notification from the academic dean about the decision whether or not to grant the override, notify the student of the outcome. *If permitted to enroll, the academic dean performing the override will update the advising notes to alert faculty teaching the course of the decision.
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Participating California Community Colleges in 2008 :  Laney College  Antelope Valley College  Berkeley City College  Butte College  Citrus College  San Jose City College  College of the Desert  Skyline College  College of the Siskiyous  El Camino College  El Camino College Compton Center  Glendale Community College Community College Survey of Student Engagement  Moorpark College  Oxnard College  Sacramento City College  Ventura College  West Hills College Coalinga  West Hills College Lemoore  West Hills College NDC
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