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SUMMER SESSIONS 2001 

North Carolina State University 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY 
(USPSJ9S-040) 

VOLUME 101 MARCH 1001 NUMBER 1 

Published quarterly by North Carolina State University. Office of Undergraduate Admissions. 1 12 Peele Hall. Box 7103. Raleigh. NC 27695-7103 Second class postage paid 
at Raleigh. NC 27676 ATTN POSTMASTER. Send address changes to North Carolina State University. Box 7401. Raleigh. NC 27695-7401. 

Bulletin Editors: John F. Cudd. Director. Summer Sessions: Barbara Fraser. Assistant to the Director 



This bulletin is intended for information purposes only. Requirements, rules, procedures, courses and informational statements set 
forth herein are subject to change. Notice of changes will be conveyed to duly enrolled students and other appropriate persons at the 
time such changes are effected. 



CONTENTS 

Administration 4 

Summer Sessions Calendars 5 

First Session 5 

Second Session 5 

Ten- Week Session 5 

North Carolina State University 6 

The Summer Sessions 7 

Admissions 7 

Registration Instructions 8 

TRACS Window Access Dates 10 

Grade Inquiry 13 

Timetable Planner 14 

Telephonic Registration Worksheet (Summer I and Ten-Week Session) 15 

Telephonic Registration Worksheet (Summer II) 16 

Student Identification Cards 17 

Student Computing Accounts 17 

Parking 17 

Transcripts 18 

Academic Regulations 20 

Expenses 20 

NCSU Cashier's Office Payment Form 22 

Financial Aid 23 

Counseling Center 23 

Student Health Services 23 

Housing 24 

NCSU Libraries 25 

Summer Activities 25 

University Student Union 25 

Special Courses and Institutes 26 

Special Workshops for Science Teachers 26 

Evening Summer Sessions 26 

English Language Center Summer Institute in English 26 

Independent Studies 27 

Course Listings 27 

First and Ten-Week Sessions 29 

Second Session 75 

The Office of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions 109 

General Information 110 

Registration Instructions 115 

Late Afternoon and Evening Course Listing 125 

Lifelong Education Student/Summer Visitor Application 135 

North Carolina Residency Form 136 

Building Abbreviations 140 

Location of Departmental Offices 140 

Campus Map Inside Back Cover 



NC STATE STUDENT RIGHT-TO-KNOW DISCLOSURE 



Data from The University of North Carolina Adminis- system institution as of Fall 1999. In addition 4.3% of 

tration show that of the first-time bachelor degree-seek- the 1993 freshman cohort were still enrolled at NC State 

ing freshman students who entered NC State in Fall and 2.0% were still enrolled at another UNC system in- 

1993. 64.6% have graduated with a baccalaureate degree stitution as of Fall 1999. This information is provided 

from NC State, and an additional 4.5% have transferred pursuant to requirements of the Student Right-to-Know 

and received a baccalaureate degree from another UNC and Campus Security Act of 1990. 




NORTH CAROLINA 
STATE UNIVERSITY 



ADMINISTRATION 

Marye Anne Fox, Chancellor 

Charles G. Moreland, Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Research, and Graduate Studies 

Thomas H. Stafford, Jr., Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs 

Terry G. Wood, Vice Chancellor for University Advancement 

George L. Worsley, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Business 

James L. Oblinger, Dean, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences 

Marvin J. Malecha, Dean, College of Design 

Kathryn M. Moore, Dean, College of Education and Psychology 

Nino A. Masnari, Dean, College of Engineering 

Margaret A. Zahn, Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences 

Jon W. Bartley, Dean, College of Management 

Larry W. Tombaugh. Dean, College of Natural Resources 

Daniel L. Solomon, Dean, College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences 

A. Blanton Godfrey, Dean, College of Textiles 

Oscar J. Fletcher, Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine 

Robert Sowell, Dean of the Graduate School 

SUMMER SESSIONS 

John F. Cudd, Jr., Director 

ADMISSIONS 

George R. Dixon, Vice Provost and Director 

REGISTRATION 

Martha M. O'Donnell, University Registrar 



SUMMER SESSIONS CALENDAR 
2001 



FIRST SESSION (MAY 23-JUNE 29) 



May 23 
May 24 
May 25 



June 6 



June 8 
June 26 
June 27 
June 28, 29 



Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 



Wednesday 



Friday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday, Friday 



First day of classes 

Last day to add a course without permission of instructor 

Last day to register (includes payment of tuituon and fees) or to add a course. 

Last day to drop a course with a refund. (NOTE: The tuition and fees charge 

is based on the official number of hours and courses carried at 5:00 p.m. on 

this day.) TRACS closes at 5:00 p.m. 

Last day to withdraw or drop a course without a grade at the 400 level or 

below; last day to change from credit to audit at the 400 level or below; 

last day to change to credit only. 

Last day to withdraw or drop a course without a grade at the 500-900 level. 

Last day of classes 

Reading Day 

Final examinations 



FIRST SESSION FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE 
Examination Times 0800-1100 0100-0400 PM 


0600-0900 PM 


Thursday, June 28 
Friday, June 29 


Hour Class Actually Begins During the Session 


0730, 0800, 0910 


1140 


0530 PM 


0950, 1020 


0100 PM, 0140 PM 


0715 PM, 0740 PM 



SECOND SESSION (JULY 5-AUGUST 10) 



July 5 


Thursday 


July 6 


Friday 


July 9 


Monday 



July 19 



July 20 
August 8 
August 9, 10 



Thursday 



Friday 
Wednesday 
Thursday, Friday 



First day of classes 

Last day to add a course without permission of instructor 

Last day to register (includes payment of tuition and fees) or to add a course. 

Last day to drop a course with a refund. (NOTE: The tuition and fees charge is 

based on the official number of hours and courses carried at 5:00 p.m. on this 

day.) TRACS closes at 5:00 p.m. 

Last day to withdraw or drop a course without a grade at the 400 level or 

below; last day to change from credit to audit at the 400 level or below; last 

day to change to credit only. 

Last day to withdraw or drop a course without a grade at the 500-900 level. 

Last day of classes 

Final examinations 



Examination Times 


SECOND SESSION FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE 

0800-1100 0100-0400 PM 0600-0900 PM 


Thursday, August 9 
Friday, August 10 


Hour Class Actually Begins During the Session 


0730, 0800, 0910 


1140 


0530 PM 


0950, 1020 


0100 PM, 0140 PM 


0715 PM, 0740 PM 



TEN-WEEK SESSION (MAY 23-AUGUST 8) 



May 23 (24)* 
May 25 



June 20 (21)* 



June 25 (26)* 
July 4 
July 31 
August 1 
August 2 
August 6 
August 7 
August 8 

*First date for 



Wednesday (Thursday) First day of classes 

Friday Last day to register (includes payment of tuition and fees) or to add a 

course. Last day to drop a course with a refund. (NOTE: The tuition and 

fees charge is based on the official number of hours and courses carried at 

5:00 p.m. on this day.) TRACS closes at 5:00 p.m. 
Wednesday (Thursday) Last day to withdraw or drop a course without a grade at the 400 level or 

below; last day to change from credit to audit at the 400 level or below; last 

day to change to credit only. 
Monday (Tuesday) Last day to withdraw or drop a course without a grade at the 500-900 level. 

Wednesday Holiday (Independence Day) 

Tuesday Last day of classes for Tuesday/Thursday classes 

Wednesday Last day of classes for Monday/Wednesday classes 

Thursday Final examinations for 0530 PM Tuesday/Thursday classes 

Monday Final examinations for 0530 PM Monday/Wednesday classes 

Tuesday Final examinations for 0715 PM, 0740 PM Tuesday/Thursday classes 

Wednesday Final examinations for 0715 PM, 0740 PM Monday/Wednesday classes 

Monday/Wednesday classes. Date in parentheses for Tuesday/Thursday classes. 




North Carolina 
State University 



North Carolina State University is the largest univer- 
sity in the University of North Carolina system and is 
its leader in science, engineering and technology. As a 
Land-Grant state university, it shares the distinctive 
characteristics of these institutions nationally-broad aca- 
demic offerings, extensive public service, national and 
international activities, and large-scale extension and 
research programs. 

The University is organized into ten colleges, and, the 
Graduate School. The colleges are: Agriculture and Life 
Sciences; Design; Education and Psychology; Engi- 
neering; Natural Resources; Humanities and Social 
Sciences; Management; Physical and Mathematical Sci- 
ences; Textiles; and Veterinary Medicine. In addition, 
numerous other divisions, institutes and centers provide 
for a wide array of special academic, research, and ex- 
tension programs. 

NC State's rich and varied academic programs offer 
students opportunities to earn baccalaureate degrees in 
91 fields, master's degrees in 95 fields and doctoral de- 
grees in 57 fields including veterinary medicine. 

The University has 6,000 employees, including 1,500 
full-time faculty. 

Research and sponsored programs cover a broad spec- 
trum of scientific, technological and scholarly endeavors 
supported by an annual budget of approximately $413 
million. 

Extension work on a statewide basis in each of the 100 
counties and the Cherokee Indian Reservation carries the 
University's activities throughout the state. 

NC State's campus, located just west of downtown Ra- 
leigh, totals approximately 1,800 acres between the 
central campus, the College of Veterinary Medicine cam- 
pus, and the Centennial Campus which the University is 
developing. In addition, NC State owns more than 90,000 
acres of land statewide, including one research and en- 
dowment forest of 79,000 acres. Near the campus are 
about 2,700 university-owned acres which house research 



farms; biology and ecology sites; teaching and research 
forests; genetics, horticulture and floriculture nurseries; 
and multipurpose sites, such as Carter-Finley Stadium 
and the Entertainment and Sports Arena. 

The University's athletics teams are well-known nation- 
ally. The Wolfpack men's basketball team won NCAA 
Championships in 1974 and 1983. The football team has 
been the Atlantic Coast Conference champion five times 
and ACC co-champion twice. Numerous NC State ath- 
letes have won NCAA, national and international honors. 

NC State (along with Duke University and the L'niver- 
sity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is one of three 
universities forming the points of a 30-mile geographic 
triangle encompassing Research Triangle Park where nu- 
merous major corporations have located research 
divisions. 

NC State's total enrollment is 27.474. including 19,376 
undergraduates, 5,252 graduate students, and 2,846 life- 
long education students. The student population consists 
of approximately 58 percent men and 42 percent women 
and includes 9.8 percent African-Americans. Students 
come to NC State from all 50 states in the union and 
from at least 87 foreign countries. There currently are 
1,147 international students at NC State. 

NC State is committed to equality of educational oppor- 
tunity and does not discriminate against applicants, 
students or employees based on race, color, national ori- 
gin, religion, sex, age, disability or veteran status. 
Moreover. NC State is open to people of all races and 
actively seeks to promote racial integration by recruit- 
ing more African-American faculty and recruiting and 
enrolling a larger number of African-American students. 

NC State is a member of the National Association of 
State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges, the Ameri- 
can Council on Education, and the American Council of 
Learned Societies. The University hosts chapters of Phi 
Kappa Phi and Phi Beta Kappa honor societies. 



THE SUMMER SESSIONS 



The Summer Sessions at North Carolina State Univer- 
sity offer an extensive educational program planned to 
meet the varied needs and interests of more than 14,000 
students. Sixty departments offer instruction in more 
than 900 courses, approximately 90% of which are at the 
undergraduate level. 

Each of the University's ten colleges, with a combined 
faculty of more than 500, participates in the Summer 
Sessions. The schedule includes two "regular" five-week 
sessions and a ten-week session, as well as several dozen 
evening courses scheduled for the convenience of work- 
ing adults. 



Summer courses and special programs are designed for 
the new student, the undergraduate wanting to advance 
his or her academic standing at State, the graduate desir- 
ing to continue study and research during the summer 
months and for visiting students pursuing degrees at 
other institutions. Teachers who need to earn credit to- 
ward renewal of teaching certificates or advanced degrees 
in education and persons in professional fields who wish 
to keep abreast of new developments and trends also take 
advantage of State's summer programs. 



ADMISSIONS 



Students are admitted to the summer sessions in one 
of seven categories: 1) new freshmen, 2) new undergradu- 
ate transfer students, 3) new graduate students, 4) 
Lifelong Education students/summer visitors, 5) continu- 
ing North Carolina State University students, 6) former 
North Carolina State University students, and 7) sus- 
pended North Carolina State University students. 

NEW FRESHMEN 

Application forms for new freshmen should be obtained 
from the Director of Admissions, 1 12 Peele Hall, NC State 
University, Box 7103, Raleigh, North Carolina 27695- 
7103. The Summer Sessions application form in this 
Bulletin should not be completed. Applications should be 
submitted in the fall of the senior year in high school. 
The application deadline is February 1. A freshman ap- 
plicant should be a graduate of an accredited secondary 
school. The following high school preparation is required: 
English, 4 units; history or social studies, 2 units includ- 
ing U.S. history; mathematics, 2 units in algebra, 1 unit 
in geometry, or a third math for which algebra II is a 
prerequisite, additional advanced math is strongly recom- 
mended; science, 3 units, preferably biology, chemistry, 
or physics (one unit must be a laboratory science); for- 
eign language, 2 units. 

Admissions decisions for freshmen are based on many 
factors including traditional academic factors such as the 
level and rigor of the high school curriculum, academic 
performance as evidenced by course grades, overall grade 
point average, class rank, and SAT or ACT scores. Other 
factors, such as geographic diversity, area of academic 
interest, leadership, community service, and extra-cur- 
ricular activities, are also part of the decision making 
process. 

Additional information concerning Admissions may be 
obtained by contacting the Undergraduate Admissions 
Office, 112 Peele Hall, Box 7103, Raleigh, NC 27695- 
7103 (919/515-2434) or e-mail: Undergrad_Admissions 
©NCSU.edu. Information is also available on the Internet 
World Wide Web (wwv/):http:/ /www. ncsu.edu/ 

NEW TRANSFER STUDENTS 

Students seeking transfer admission into a degree pro- 
gram should obtain an application from the Office of 
Undergraduate Admissions and submit it before April 1 for 



Fall admission or November 1 for Spring admission. 
These students should not complete the Summer Sessions 
application in this Bulletin. 

Students applying for transfer admission into a degree 
program must present a minimum of 30 semester hours 
of "C"or better work on courses applicable to the degree 
program to which they are applying. Although the min- 
imum grade point average required for consideration is 
a 2.0 on a 4.0 scale, most programs require a higher GPA. 
College credits must have been earned at an accredited 
institution and should include a college level English and 
a college level math course applicable to the requested 
curriculum. 

Students must be eligible to return to all institutions 
previously attended. Individual transcripts must be sent 
directly from the Registrar's office at each institution. 
The high school record must be submitted to show the 
appropriate course work in high school. 

For students entering a degree program in the Fall, 
1994 semester or later, foreign language competency will 
be required for graduation. Students who are not able to 
show competency through high school or college trans- 
cripts will be required to take foreign language before 
graduation. 

NEW GRADUATE STUDENTS 

All students working towards advanced degrees must 
be enrolled in the Graduate School. Prospective appli- 
cants may apply to the Graduate School online at http:// 
www.acs.ncsu.edu/scripts/gsadmiss/gsaplfrm.pl. 
Also, application forms may be downloaded from the 
web at http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/grad/admissn/app/ 
gradadm.htm, or may be requested from the Graduate 
School by e-mail to graduate_admissions@ncsu.edu, or by 
mail to The Graduate School, Box 7102, NC State Uni- 
versity, Raleigh, NC 27695-7102. 

STUDENTS ADMITTED TO THE 
FALL SEMESTER 

Any student accepted for regular admission for the Fall 
semester wishing to attend either summer session should 
notify the Admissions Office to change the date of 
entrance. He or she should not complete a Summer Ses- 
sions application. 



LIFELONG EDUCATION STUDENTS/ 
SUMMER VISITORS 

Lifelong Education students must complete the Sum- 
mer Sessions Registration Application and NC Residency 
Form in the back section of this Bulletin. A Lifelong Edu- 
cation student is one who has never been formally ad- 
mitted as a degree candidate at North Carolina State 
University. All students visiting from other schools will 
be classified as Lifelong Education students. 

For registration information refer to the Lifelong Edu- 
cation section beginning on page 109 of this Bulletin. 

Limitations-Persons found eligible to study as Lifelong 
Education students are not to assume that they have re- 
ceived formal admission to the University as either un- 
dergraduate or graduate degree candidates. To become a 
degree candidate, formal application must be made 
through the Undergraduate Admissions Office or the 
Graduate School. Lifelong Education students may not 
register for more than two courses plus one physical edu- 
cation course per summer session. 

Course Availability-Persons found eligible may regis- 
ter for any course offered by the University, provided they 
satisfy the required course prerequisites and classroom 
space is available. 

Academic Standards-The academic standards applica- 
ble to undergraduate students at the University also ap- 
ply to Lifelong Education students. 



CONTINUING NC STATE DEGREE STUDENTS 

Any regular NC State degree candidate may attend the 
Summer Sessions. The Summer Sessions application in 
this Bulletin must not be completed, but registration pro- 
cedures as listed below must be followed. 

READMISSION OF FORMER NC STATE 
DEGREE STUDENTS 

Former NC State degree students who wish to attend 
the Summer Sessions must apply for readmission through 
Registration and Records at least 30 days prior to the 
intended date of return. The readmission application may 
be obtained by writing to the Department of Registra- 
tion and Records. NC State. Box 7313. Raleigh. NC 
27695-7313. The Summer Sessions application in this 
Bulletin must not be completed, but registration proce- 
dures as listed on page 9 must be followed. 

SUSPENDED NC STATE DEGREE STUDENTS 

NC State degree students suspended at the end of the 
Spring semester. 2001. may attend one or both sessions 
of the Summer Sessions to become eligible to continue in 
the Fall. The Summer Sessions application in this Bul- 
letin must not be completed, but registration procedures 
as listed on page 9 must be followed. Students suspended 
prior to the Spring semester. 2001. may attend one or 
both sessions of the Summer Sessions but should follow 
readmission procedures. The readmission application 
may be obtained by writing the Department of Registra- 
tion and Records. NC State Universitv. Box 7313. 
Raleigh. NC 27695-7313. 



REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS 



Welcome to TRACS-NC State University's Telephonic 
and Computerized Scheduling System. TRACS was 
implemented to simplify the registration process by of- 
fering convenient ways to register for your courses. 

TRACS will allow you to register for courses from your 
home, at work, or any place in the world using either a 
touch-tone telephone or the World Wide Web. 

Registration consists of three steps: 

Determining course requirements and obtaining 
a PIN (Personal ID Number) 

Planning your schedule and registering for 
courses using TRACS either bv the Telephone 
orttv Web TRACS LINK. 

3) Paying tuition, fees and all other debts to the 
University and clearing all "Holds" by the es- 
tablished deadlines. 

STUDENT ACCESS TO TRACS ... 

Continuing Degree Students 

If you are a currently enrolled degree student, either 
graduate or undergraduate, you must register using 
TRACS. Your advisor will give you your PIN at your ad- 
vising conference. 



New Graduate and Undergraduate Degree Students 

If you are a new graduate or undergraduate (freshman 
and transfer) degree student cleared for admission for 
the 2001 Summer Sessions, you will complete registra- 
tion using TRACS by the deadline. It is not necessary 
for you to come to campus as the registration process can 
be completed either bv the telephone or the Web TRACS 
LINK. 

If you are a new undergraduate student, you must ob- 
tain a PIN from the coordinator of advising in your re- 
spective college or school (see below). If you are a new- 
graduate student, you must contact the graduate admin- 
istrator in your respective department to obtain a PIN. 
You should then register using TRACS. A list of gradu- 
ate administrators will be provided by the Graduate 
School. 



Lifelong Education (Non-degree) Students/ 
Summer Visitors 

If you are a student in this category (not formally admit- 
ted to either a graduate or an undergraduate degree pro- 
gram), you must complete your registration with the Of- 
fice of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions. See 
the section pertaining to the Office of Adult Credit Pro- 
grams & Summer Sessions in the back of this Bulletin. 



Students with Disabilities 

Students desiring reasonable accommodations for their 
documented disability should contact Disability Services 
for Students (DSS), Suite 1900, Student Health Center, 
2815 Cates Avenue 919-515-7653 (Voice) 919-515-8829 
(TTY). Students needing assistance in scheduling courses 
should first meet with their academic advisers, then con- 
tact DSS as far as possible in advance of registration 
deadlines. 





COORDINATORS OF ADVISING 




Agricultural Institute 


Dr. J. C. Cornwell 


(515-3248) 


107 Patterson Hall 


Agriculture & Life Sciences 


Dr. G. T. Barthalmus 


(515-2615) 


115 Patterson Hall 


Design 


Prof. J. Tector 


(515-2201) 


200B Brooks 


Education & Psychology 


Dr. J. Wheatley 


(515-2231) 


208 Poe Hall 


Engineering 








Freshmen 


Dr. W. Robbins 


(515-2316) 


118 Page Hall 


Transfers 


Ms. Fisher 


(515-3263) 


120 Page Hall 


Humanities & Social Sciences 


Ms. D. Blankenhorn 


(515-2468) 


106 Caldwell Hall 


Management 


Ms. A. Irby 


(515-5565) 


114 Nelson Hall 




Mr. A. Nowel 


(515-5565) 


114 Nelson Hall 


Natural Resources 


Ms. Nixon 


(515-6191) 


1022M Biltmore Hall 


Physical & Mathematical Sciences 








Chemistry 


Dr. C. B. Boss 


(515-2546) 


108 Dabney Hall 


MEAS 


Dr. D. Wolcott 


(515-6207) 


1137 Jordan Hall 


Mathematics 


Dr. J. Scroggs 


(515-2382) 


251 Harrelson Hall 


Physics 


Dr. S. Reynolds 


(515-7751) 


410 D Cox Hall 


Statistics 


Mr. W. H. Swallow 


(515-1916) 


612E Cox Hall 


PMU 


Ms. J. Herbert 


(515-6117) 


509 Cox Hall 


Textiles 


Mr. Phillip Dail 


(515-1177) 


3405 Textile Complex 


First Year College 


Ms. M. Tetro 


(515-5830) 


57 Tucker 


Transition Program 


Mr. R. Mimms 


(515-2125) 


141 Leazar 



Readmission of Former Degree Students 

If you are a degree student (graduate or undergradu- 
ate) previously enrolled but did not attend the 2001 
Spring semester, you MUST COMPLETE a readmis- 
sion application, pay a $25.00 nonrefundable fee, and 
have received an official notice of readmissions BEFORE 
attempting to register. Readmission applications are 
available from the Department of Registration and 
Records, 1000 Harris Hall, Box 7313, Raleigh, NC 27695- 
7313, telephone (919) 515-2572. Once you have received 
your notice of readmission, you should register using 
TRACS. You must obtain a PIN from the coordinator of 
advising in your respective college. 

NOTE: Readmission applications should be submitted 
as soon as possible but no later than 30 days 
prior to the date of desired enrollment. 



REGISTRATION PROCESS FOR STUDENTS ... 

1. Determine Course Requirements and Obtain PIN 

Degree Students Advising begins March 19, 2001 
and ends April 6, 2001. Advisers 
will help you plan your course 
schedule to meet graduation re- 
quirements. Although it is your re- 
sponsibility for planning your 
program and meeting such re- 
quirements, advisers can offer 
valuable advice to help you achieve 
your goals. At your advising con- 
ference your adviser will also give 
you your Personal ID Number 
(PIN) that is needed to complete 



registration. Your four-digit PIN 
should be kept confidential to en- 
sure the security of your registra- 
tion. 
Lifelong Education/ (Non-degree students)-If you are 
Summer Visitors a currently enrolled Lifelong Edu- 
cation student, you have already 
been mailed your PIN. New or re- 
entering Lifelong Education stu- 
dents will be issued their PIN 
when they submit their Registra- 
tion Application to the Office of 
Adult Credit Programs & Summer 
Sessions. 

2. Plan Your Schedule 

Using the Timetable Planner in this booklet, work 
out a class schedule that has no time conflicts. The 
section at the bottom of the Timetable Planner allows 
you to list your courses and all pertinent information for 
easy reference. List the courses you want to take in pri- 
ority order. You may find it desirable to list courses 



with the fewest sections first. You also need to pre- 
pare alternative courses just in case some classes 
are full. 

Complete the Telephonic Registration Worksheet 
and call TRACS using the instructions provided. 
If for any reason you are not eligible to register, 
you will be given an explanation. 

3. Make Your Payment 

You are responsible for full payment of tuition, 
fees and all other debts owed to the University and 
for clearing all "Holds" by the following deadlines: 

Summer I and Ten-Week Session May 10, 2001 
Summerll June 21, 2001 

Failure to pay tuition, fees and all other debts owed to 
the University and to clear all "Holds" will result in your 
schedule being cancelled. NOTE: It is your responsibil- 
ity to pay even if you do not receive a bill. A copy of your 
schedule will be mailed to you at your University Corre- 
spondence address approximately one week prior to the 
first day of classes. 



TRACS WINDOW ACCESS DATES 



Entrance to TRACS either by the Telephone or the 
Web TRACS LINK is controlled by specific window ac- 
cess dales. Window access is split into four or five 
days for each undergraduate classification based 
upon total hours passed at the time of registra- 
tion (except for Freshmen - see below). For example, 
seniors with 121+ hours passed have a beginning win- 
dow access of March 22. Seniors with 111-120 hours have 
a window access of March 23. Each classification has spe- 
cific window accesses as outlined below. 

You cannot register before your window access is 
scheduled. Access will be denied if you try to register 



earlier than the date indicated. Classification is based 
on your hours passed when your window opens-not at 
the end of the current semester. 

Total hours passed and window opening dates are 
printed on students' PIN cards. Total hours passed is also 
available on the WEB by selecting the "View Academic 
Totals" page from TRACS LINK. TRACS LINK is lo- 
cated at htts:/ /www. acs.ncsu.edu/scripts/RegRec/ 
logn_trc.pl. 

Window access dates for both 2001 Summer Sessions 
and the Ten-Week Session are: 



Classification 



Hours 
Passed 



DR, GR, MR, DV, PR, 05 
Seniors 



UN,AGI(02) 
Juniors 



AGI(01) 
UGS.PBS 



121+ 
111-120 
101-110 
92100 



84-91 
77-83 
70-76 
64-69 
60-63 



Opening 
Date 

March 21 

March 22 
March 23 
March 26 
March 27 

March 27 

March 28 
March 29 
March 30 
April 2 
April 3 

April 3 

April 4 



Classification 



Sophomores 



Freshmen 



Hours 


Opening 


Passed 


Date 


54-59 


April 5 


50-53 


April 6 


47-49 


April 9 


44-46 


April 10 


40-43 


April 16 


35-39 


April 17 


30-34 


April 18 


23-29 


April 19 


19-22 


April 20 


17-18 


April 23 


16 


April 24 


15 


April 25 


12-14 


April 26 


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April 27 



TRACS HOURS OF OPERATION 

TRACS telephone lines will be open as follows: 

MONDAY through FRIDAY - 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 

midnight 

SUNDAY - 2:00 p.m. to 12:00 midnight 



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TRACS PERIODS 

Summer I and Ten-Week Session 

Registration: March 21 (7:30 a.m.)-May 8, 2001 
(5:00 p.m.) 

If possible, you should make every effort to register dur- 
ing this period. If you register during this time your chances 
of enrolling in specific times and sections are much better 
than they will be later. You will be sent a tuition bill for 
your tuition, fees and other outstanding debts. If you pay 
your tuition, fees and all other debts owed to the Univer- 
sity and clear all "Holds" by May 10, 2001 at 5:00 p.m., 
you will be mailed a confirming copy of the schedule you 
have created for yourself using TRACS. Failure to pay your 
tuition, fees and all other debts owed to the University and 
clear all "Holds" by May 10, 2001 at 5:00 p.m. will result in 
your schedule being cancelled. 



Note: The TRACS system will be closed from 5:00 
p.m. on May 8, 2001 until 7:30 a.m. on May 14, 2001. 



Late Registration: May 14 (7:30a.m.) - May 25, 2001 
(5:00 p.m.) 

TRACS will be open for Late Registration during this 
period. Students will not be required to pay tuition and 
fees in order to access TRACS. Only students with past 
due debts or departmental holds must have their accounts 
cleared by the Cashier's Office to access TRACS. Tuition, 
fees and the $25.00 NON-REFUNDABLE late registration 
fee, will be systematically added to the student's account 
when they register. Students late registering will be billed 
during the next Cashier's Office billing cycle. 

PLEASE NOTE: It is your responsibility to pay tuition and 
fees and all other debts owed to the University and clear all 
"Holds" even if you do not receive a tuition statement. 

Summer II 

Registration: March 21 (7:30 a.m.) - June 15, 2001 
(5:00 p.m.) 

If possible, you should make every effort to register dur- 
ing this period. If you register during this time your chances 
of enrolling in specific times and sections are much better 
than they will be later. You will be sent a tuition bill for 
your tuition, fees and other debts. If you pay your tuition, 
fees and all other debts owed to the University and clear all 
"Holds" by June 21, 2001 at 5:00 p.m., you will be mailed 
a confirming copy of the schedule you have created for your- 
self using TRACS. Failure to pay your tuition, fees and all 
other debts owed to the University and clear all "Holds" by 
June 21, 2001 at 5:00 p.m. will result in your schedule be- 
ing cancelled. 



Note: The TRACS system will be closed from 5:00 p.m. 
on June 15, 2001 until 7:30 a.m. on June 21, 2001. 



Late Registration: June 21 (7:30 a.m.)-July 9, 2001 
(5:00 p.m.) 

TRACS will be open for Late Registration during this pe- 
riod. Students will not be required to pay tuition and fees 
in order to access TRACS. Only students with past due 
debts or departmental holds must have their accounts 
cleared by the Cashier's Office to access TRACS. Tuition, 
fees and the $25.00 NON-REFUNDABLE late registration 
fee, will be systematically added to the student's account 
when they register. Students late registering will be billed 
during the next Cashier's Office billing cycle. 

PLEASE NOTE: It is your responsibility to pay tuition and 
fees and all other debts owed to the University and clear all 
"Holds" even if you do not receive a tuition statement. 



TELEPHONIC REGISTRATION 
INSTRUCTIONS 

Touchtone-Telephone Keypad Instructions 



TO ADD CLASS 

1 


TO DROP CLASS 




□ 




ABC 
2 




T5EF 
3 


TO ADD CREDIT ONLY 1 






GHI 
4 




JKL 
5 




MNO 
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TRACS FACTS ... 
TELEPHONE TIPS 







■ If the system does not answer the telephone, it is not 
working or if the telephone rings busy, all lines are in 
use. Please call back later. 

■ The system may "time you out" if you pause more 
than 30 seconds between entries or if your total trans- 
action time exceeds ten minutes. 

■ A voice response will guide you after each entry. 
Enter an entire sequence of keys when told to do so. 

■ The system will let you key ahead if you do not want 
to listen to entire voice response message. To do this 
you just begin the sequence of keys for your next 
transaction. 

■ You will know you have completed a successful trans- 
action when TRACS informs you that you have added 
or dropped the requested class. If TRACS discon- 
nects vou. all successful transactions are safe and 
need not be entered again. If a course you have reg- 
istered for is cancelled because of lack of demand, 
you will be notified by mail so that you will be able 
to select an alternative course. 

IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS 

■ If a course you have selected is full, you will be asked 
to enter an alternative selection or your next 
entry. Or, you may request to be put on a waiting 
list if one is available for that course. 

■ WAIT LIST -If you have placed yourself on a 
wait list, that day and time has been reserved in 
your schedule. You cannot add another section of 
that course or another course that meets at the same 
day and time. (Wait listed hours will be included in 
tuition and fee charges). Remember, the wait list 
ends with the Registration Period. There are no 
wait lists during Late Registration. 



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SEARCH - If the section you have requested is closed 
you will be asked to press CO to search for an open 
section at the same time day/time slot; press J2J to 
search for any open section or press __ if you don't 
want to search for an open section. The Open section 
Inquiry function simply checks to see if a requested 
section is open or closed. It does not check to see if 
the section has any scheduling restrictions. 
SCHEDULING RESTRICTIONS - There is a col- 
umn headed "Seats" in the course listing section 
of this publication with two subheadings entitled 
"MAX" and "RESTR". The "MAX" indicates the 
maximum number of seats available for that par- 
ticular section. The "RESTR" indicates the num- 
ber of seats that are restricted or reserved for a 
particular purpose. A note describing the restric- 
tion appears as a note just above each course 
listing in this publication. Remember that sched- 
uling restrictions may apply to all or part of the 
seats in a particular section. Be sure to check 
the number of unrestricted seats before you 
assume a section is completely restricted. 
PERMISSION TO ADD - For registration of courses 
that require instructor or departmental permission, 
the department teaching the course will 
either add you to the course on-line or issue you a 
Schedule Revision Form to be taken to the 
Department of Registration and Records, 1000 
Harris Hall. 

VARIABLE CREDIT - When the course is for vari- 
able credit you will be asked to enter 4 digits to repre- 
sent the number of credit hours you will receive for 
the course with the last 2 digits representing values 
to the right of a decimal point. For example, 3.5 hours 
would be entered 0350. 



Completing the Telephonic Registration Worksheet 



Call TRACS only after you have a completed 
Registration Worksheet in front of you. 



1 Write in your Student ID Number and your Per- 
sonal ID Number (PIN) in the spaces provided. 

2. Transfer the course call number for each 
course you wish to take to the course call num- 
ber section on the Telephonic Registration 
Worksheet. (The Call Number is a six-digit number 
found in the course listing section of this Bulletin.) 

3. Complete the Transaction Code section bv 
using the list of various TRANSACTION CODES 
from the column to the right of the worksheet. 
Familiarize yourself with these codes and their 
individual operations. Be sure to write the codes 
in the space provided on your Registration 
Worksheet to avoid any confusion when registering. 

You are now ready to use the system. 

Dial 515-NCSU (6278). 

Your ID and PIN numbers activate the computer sys- 
tem. Next, you will be prompted to enter a number of 
transaction codes on your telephone key pad. Use your 
Registration Worksheet to guide you in completing the 
appropriate steps. If you want verification of your 
transaction, be sure to wait for a response before 
entering your next request. 



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H TRACS LINK is available from the Registration and Records homepage. 
(www.ncsu.edu/reg_records/) 
Select Register from the TRACS LINK menu. 

H Access to TRACS LINK requires a valid unity/eos i.d. and password. 

If you do not know your unity i.d. and password, contact Computing Services at 515-HELP (4357). 
Access to registration also requires a Personal Identification Number (PIN). 

B We recommend the use of Netscape Navigator 3.0 or Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 to register on 
TRACS LINK. 

H To protect the privacy of your records - always close out your browser when you are done. 

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GRADE INQUIRY 



GRADE REPORTS ARE NOT MAILED AT THE END OF EACH SUMMER SESSION. 

The Department of Registration and Records provides four methods in which students may gain access to term grades. 



TRACS LINK - http://www.ncsu.edu/reg_records/ 



TELEPHONE - 515-NCSU (6278) 

(Grades are available through TRACS at any time while the TRACS system is open) 

Grades are reported within 24 to 48 hours after instructors submit them to University Registrar's Office. 




TRACS 



Enter your ______ . 

Student ID # I TTH I_L 
Enter your PIN I I I I I 



MAIN MENU OPTIONS 

^ Registration 
"2! Grade Inquiry 



SEMESTER CODES 

3 Fall (3J Summer I 

and Ten- Week 

jy[ Spring [4J Summer II 



Enter the two digit code for the year you wish 
to access grades. 

example: To access grades for 200 1 
Enter QJJQ] 



Course and Grade will be spoken. 
To select another term, press [7] 



OR 



TOLL FREE: 1-877-MY-GRADE (694-7233) 

Grades are provided toll free and are available telephonically during the exam period until 
approximately two weeks in the next succeeding session or semester 

IN WRITING: A printed copy of summer session grades will be issued only at the written request or authoriza- 

tion of the student concerned. The written request should be submitted after the first day of 
classes, but before the last day of classes, each session and should include the following 
information: student's full name, student identification number and correct correspondence 
address. Requests for printed summer session grade reports should be mailed to: Department of 
Registration and Records, Box 7313, NCSU, Raleigh, NC 27695-7313. 

IN PERSON: Students may come in person to the Department of Registration and Records, 1000 Harris Hall, 

and request a printed copy of grades for their last enrolled term. The student should see one of 
the Student Services Representatives and show a picture I.D. to receive grades. Office hours are 
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. 



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SUMMER I AND TEN- WEEK SESSION 

TELEPHONIC REGISTRATION WORKSHEET 

NC STATE UNIVERSITY 

DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND RECORDS 



515-NCSU (6278) NOTE: If you are dialing longdistance, you must dial 1-919- and then the 
number. 



Student IDNumber □□□ □□ □□□□□ 
Personal ID Number (PIN) I II II I I II I 



WHEN THE SYSTEM ASKS FOR: 
For Registration : 



YOU ENTER: 

PRESS [7] 



When prompted, enter the code for the appropriate semester. 

Fall Q] Summer I & Ten- Week [T| 

Spring \2\ Summer II [T| 



Semester Codes: 



Transaction 

Code Course/Section Course Call Number 



Time/Day(s) 



e.g. 1 Eng 111/002 [71 IT] [Tl fTj [71 |7~ 805-855/MWF 



nnnnnn. 



nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn. 



Thank you for using TRACS. If you have any questions or seek additional information: 
Degree Students, please call 515-2572; Lifelong Education Students, please call 515-2265. 



TRANSACTION CODES: 



m 



Call Number | 

To ADD a class section to your 
schedule. 



a 



Call Number | 

To DROP a class from your 
schedule. 

[3] | Call Number! 

To initially ADDA COURSE 
FOR AUDIT to your 
schedule. 



a 



Call Number | 

To CHANGE A COURSE TO 
AUDIT for a class already on 
your schedule. 

[I] | CallNumbeiH 

To TAKE A COURSE FOR 
CREDIT ONL Y after you have 
already added the course to 
your schedule. 



m 



Call Number | 

To PLACE YOURSELF ON 
THE WAIT LIST for a class 
that is closed. A"'Y" in the Wait 
List column indicates that a 
wait list is available. 



m 



To LIST YOUR ENTIRE 
SCHEDULE. 

m 

To TERMINATE the call. This 
will cause the system to give 
you a final message and end the 
conversation. You still need to 
hang up the phone to exit the 
system. 



To REPEAT PREVIOUS 
MESSAGE so that the last 
message you heard will be 
repeated. 



TRACS 



SUMMER II 

TELEPHONIC REGISTRATION WORKSHEET 

NC STATE UNIVERSITY 

DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRATION AND RECORDS 



515-NCSU (6278) NOTE: If you are dialing long distance, you must dial 1-919- and then the 
number. 



Student. D Number □□□ DD □□□□□ 
Personal ID Number (PIN) QCHE II I 



WHEN THE SYSTEM ASKS FOR: 

For Registration : 



YOU ENTER: 

PRESS |T] 



When prompted, enter the code for the appropriate semester. 

Fall Q] Summer I & Ten-Week \T\ 

Spring [T] Summer II 



Semester Codes: 



Transaction 

Code Course/Section Course Call Number 



Time/Day(s) 



e.g. 1 



Eng 111/002 rn |~Ti nri rri rri r<r~ sos-sss/mwf 



nnnnnn. 



nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn. 
nnnnnn 
nnnnnn 
nnnnnn 



Thank you for using TRACS. If you have any questions or seek additional information: 
Degree Students, please call 515-2572; Lifelong Education Students, please call 515-2265. 



TRANSACTION CODES: 



CD 



Call Number \ 

To ADD a class section to your 
schedule. 



S 



Call Number | 

To DROP a class from >our 
schedule. 



a 



Call Number | 

To initially ADD A COURSE 
FOR AUDIT to your 
schedule. 



a 



Call Number | 

To CHANGE A COURSE TO 
AUDIT for a class already on 
your schedule. 



® 



Call Number | 

To TAKE A COURSE FOR 
CREDIT ONL Y after you have 
already added the course to 
vour schedule. 



m 



Call Number | 

To PLACE YOURSELF 0,\ 
THE WAIT LIST for a class 
that is closed. A"Y" in the Wait 
List column indicates that a 
wait list is available. 



m 



To LIST YOUR ENTIRE 
SCHEDULE. 

m 

To TERMINATED ca\\. This 
will cause the system to give 
you a final message and end the 
conversation. You still need to 
hang up the phone to exit the 
system. 

a 

To REPEAT PREVIOUS 
MESSAGE so that the last 
message you heard will be 
repeated. 



DROP/ADD INFORMATION 



Once you have initially registered, you may make sche- 
dule changes (drop/add) anytime TRACS is operational. 
You are encouraged to make your schedule changes as 
soon as you are aware that they need to be made. To in- 
sure easy access to TRACS, please make changes as early 
as possible. 

TRACS will officially close at the end of the drop/add 
period: 

Summer I and Ten-Week Session May 25, 2001 
Summer II July 9, 2001 

No adds will be allowed after these dates. 



NOTE: These dates are the last day to drop or with- 
draw with a refund or reduction in rates. 
Please refer to the Withdrawal Refund Policy 
on page 22. 

All drops processed after these dates must be handled 
in person at the Department of Registration and Records, 
1000 Harris Hall. Lifelong Education students may pro- 
cess drops at the McKimmon Center Registration desk. 



STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARDS 



North Carolina State University has a permanent photo 
ID/registration Card called the AllCampus Card. All- 
Campus Cards are used to gain access to various campus 
activities including: D. H. Hill Library, Student Health 
Service, physical education activities, Student Accounts, 
athletic events and University Dining's meal plan pro- 
gram. The AllCampus Card is also the card used by debit 
account depositors to access their funds at University 
Dining locations, the NCSU Bookstore, and the Univer- 
sity Laundry. 

No fares are required on Wolfline buses of students 
showing a valid AllCampus Card. 

Students continuing their studies during the Summer 



Sessions will use the cards they currently possess. New 
students can have their pictures taken and AllCampus 
Cards made at the West Dunn Building located on the 
corner of Dan Allen Drive and Thurman Drive. 

Office hours will be extended until 7:00 p.m. on May 
23 and again on July 5. 

Lost/stolen cards can be replaced any regular business 
day at the AllCampus Office from 8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m. 
There is a nonrefundable $15.00 service charge for this 
replacement. For additional information, telephone 
(919)515-3090. 

For more information please come by the AllCampus 
office. 



COMPUTING AT NC STATE - YOUR UNITY ACCOUNT - REGISTERING 
FOR CLASSES VIA THE WEB 



Unity is NC State University's distributed computing 
environment. All students have access to this computing 
network and many information sources on campus and 
around the world. Through this network, students can ob- 
tain access to the Internet, various software applications, and 
e-mail. In addition to being an invaluable research tool, the 
Internet provides students vast information about NC State 
University (including information on admission, colleges 
and curricula, financial aid, libraries, registration and 
records, student accounts, etc.) via the University's web 
site located at http://www.ncsu.edu. Many instructors 
also use the Unity system as an integral part of their courses. 
Continuing students have immediate access to their 
Unity account. For new and re-entering students a Unity 



account is automatically generated within a couple 
of days after officially being admitted or re-admitted. 
Login IDs and additional details regarding use of 
the system may be obtained from Computing Services 
consultants. Call 515-HELP (4357), or stop by Room 208, 
Hillsborough Building. Information regarding the Unity 
system is also available at http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/ 
cc /pub /unity. html. After an account has been estab- 
lished, students can register for their courses 
on the web by selecting TRACS LINK from the 
Registration and Records home page located at 
http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/reg_records/, in addition to 
registering via touch-tone telephone. On-campus and 
off-campus access to the system is available. 



NC STATE SUMMER PARKING INFORMATION 



North Carolina State University has available parking 
during summer school. All students, faculty and staff must 
display a valid parking permit between the hours of 7:30 
a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Permits and 
permit information can be obtained at the Transportation 
Office located in the Administrative Services Center on 
Sullivan Drive. For more information, visit our website 
at www2.acs.ncsu.edu I trans I . 

For those students who want to park their personal 
vehicle on campus during the summer: 

1. Please bring your AllCampus Card or valid ID 
when purchasing a parking permit. 



Permits are sold on availability in each zone. The 
cost of the permit is prorated, based on the date of 
purchase. 

Summer school permits are valid for both sessions 
and there are no refunds given for summer school 
permits once purchased. 

Students whose classes begin after 5:00 p.m. can 
park on campus without a parking permit in any 
unreserved space/lot between 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 a.m. 
Monday through Friday, weekends and official Uni- 
versity holidays. You may not park in spaces marked 
"24 hour reserved", accessibility spaces, fire lanes, 
no parking areas, grass or the sidewalks at any time. 



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Regularly scheduled Wolfline bus service is available 
through all summer sessions. The Wolfline is free to all 
NC State University students, staff and faculty. An 
AUCampus Card is required to ride the bus. All Wolfline buses 
are fully accessible to the handicapped. Buses run around 
the Main Campus area and then run in a variety of direc- 
tions sen-icing the outlying campuses, park & ride lots 
and University Housing such as the Avent Ferry Complex 
and ES rung Village. There are 6 day routes and one evening 
route. Day buses operate every 15-40 minutes, depending 
on the route. Evening buses operate every 40 minutes. 

Parking in the Park & Ride lots is free and no permit is 
required. Overnight parking is not permitted and viola- 
tors are towed. During the summer, there are two Park & 



Ride lots. The Varsity Park & Ride is located south of 
Western Blvd., on the northeast corner of Varsity Dr. and 
Marcom St., just south of the McKimmon Center parking 
lot. The Westgrove Park & Ride lot is located north of 
Western Blvd., at Blue Ridge Rd. and Westgrove St. 
Westgrove St. is the first street to the north of the K-mart 
shopping complex. 

For more information on Summer Service, call 515- 
WOLF at the start of the session. Pick up a Summer 
Wolfline Transit Guide. They are available all over campus 
and on the buses. Detailed information on bus service 
including timetables and maps is also available on our inter- 
net site. It is accessible by typing www2.acs.ncsu.edu/tTxins/. 
The Transportation Department phone number is 515-3424. 



TRANSCRIPTS 



An official North Carolina State University transcript 
is a complete record of a student's academic work at the 
University. These transcripts are issued on official 
"SCRIP-SAFE" paper and carry the pre-printed signa- 
ture of the University Registrar, the date of issue, and 
the pre-printed seal of the University. 

An official transcript is issued only at the written re- 
quest or authorization of the student concerned. Tran- 
script requests must be made in writing, either by mail, 
FAX. or in person to the Department of Registration and 
Records. 1000 Harris Hall, Box 7313. North Carolina 
State Universitv. Raleigh. North Carolina 27695-7313. 
FAX (919) 515-2376. TELEPHONE REQUESTS FOR 
TRANSCRIPTS WILL NOT BE HONORED. 

When making a request, one must include one's full 
name (including any names one may have used while at 
NC State), social security number, date of birth, date of 



last attendance and the exact address (including ZIP 
code) where the transcript is to be sent. 

Requests received in person or by mail must be accom- 
panied by a check or money order for $5.00. FAX requests 
must be accompanied bv a Visa or MasterCard number 
and will be billed at the $5.00 rate. NOTE: The transmit- 
tal of transcripts from the Department of Registration 
and Records via FAX will be billed to a Visa or Master- 
Card number at a cost of $10.00 per transcript. These 
fees are nonrefundable. 

Transcript requests will normally be processed at time 
of request. However, a longer period of time may be re- 
quired for processing at the end of each session. 

Official transcripts are not issued for those people who 
are indebted to the University until such indebtedness 
is paid or satisfactorily adjusted. 



WITHDRAWAL FROM THE UNIVERSITY 



A degree student who finds it necessary to drop all 
courses will initiate withdrawal from the University at 
the Counseling Center, (second floor) Student Health 
Center, 2815 Gates Avenue. A Lifelong Education stu- 
dent in the same circumstance initiates withdrawal from 
the University at the Summer Sessions Office, 
McKimmon Center. Gorman Street and Western Boule- 
vard. A student who withdraws will not have any grades 
recorded. A student who discontinues attending classes 
without officially withdrawing will receive all "F" grades. 



The withdrawal deadline for undergraduates (regularly 
classified and Undergraduate Lifelong Education stu- 
dents) corresponds to the last day to drop a course at the 
400-level or below; for graduate students (including Post- 
Baccalaureate students) the deadline for withdrawal cor- 
responds to the last day to drop 500-900-level courses. 
(See the appropriate Summer Sessions Calendar for 
dates.) 



SPECIAL NOTES 



Students planning to take courses in both the First 
and Second Sessions should plan their sequences well 
in advance. Offerings in the Second Session are of- 
ten substantially less in number than in the First 
Session, and in some instances, departments do not 
offer courses in both summer sessions. 
Everything possible will be done to insure that the 
courses listed in this Bulletin will be given at the time 
indicated. However, the Director of Summer Sessions 
reserves the right to cancel courses in which enroll- 
ment is deemed insufficient. 

The maximum load for either session of the Summer 
Sessions is two courses plus a PE course for under- 
graduates and six hours for graduates. Any student 



may carry less. Regularly enrolled students who 
desire to earn' more than seven hours must obtain 
the approval of the dean of the college in which 
they are enrolled. Students visiting from other insti- 
tutions who wish to take more than the maximum 
must obtain the approval of the Director of Summer 
Sessions. 

.4// Lifelong Education students (including those from 
other universities and colleges) are advised that NC 
State degree students are always given priority for 
Summer Sessions classes. Acceptance of the Regist- 
ration Application for Lifelong Education students by 
the Summer Sessions Office in no way constitutes a 
guarantee that class space will be available. 



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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY AND NON-DISCRIMINATION 
POLICY STATEMENT 



I. Policy Statement 

A. It is the policy of the State Of North Carolina to 
provide equality of opportunity in education and employ- 
ment for all students and employees. Accordingly, the 
university does not practice or condone unlawful discrimi- 
nation in any form against students, employees or appli- 
cants on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national 
origin, age, disability, or veteran status. 

B. Discrimination based upon race, color, religion, sex, 
national origin, age, disability, or veteran status is in 
violation of federal and state law and North Carolina 
State University policy, and will not be tolerated. 

C. Retaliation against any person complaining of dis- 
crimination is in violation of federal and state law and 
North Carolina State University policy, and will not be 
tolerated. 

D. North Carolina State University will respond 
promptly to all complaints of discrimination and retalia- 
tion. Violation of this policy can result in serious disci- 
plinary action up to and including expulsion for students 
or discharge for employees. 

E. Disciplinary action for violations of this policy will 
be the responsibility of the dean or director, supervisor, 
or Office of Student Conduct as may be appropriate in 
accordance with applicable procedures. 

F. North Carolina State University hereby affirms its 
desire to maintain a work environment for all employees 
and an academic environment for all faculty and students 
that is free from all forms of unlawful discrimination and 
free from discrimination which is otherwise prohibited 
by university policy or regulation. Unlawful discrimina- 



tion is completely incompatible with the values and goals 
of North Carolina State University and will not be toler- 
ated. North Carolina State University strives to main- 
tain an environment that supports and rewards individu- 
als on the basis of such relevant factors as ability, merit 
and performance. 

II. Definitions 

A. Discrimination is unequal and unlawful treatment 
based upon race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, 
disability, or veteran status. 

B. Retaliation is conduct causing any interference, co- 
ercion, restraint or reprisal against a person complain- 
ing of discrimination. 

C. Harassment is a form of discrimination. See sepa- 
rate policy on Unlawful Harassment and Resolution Pro- 
cedures for Harassment Complaints. 

III. Violations of Policy 

Any individual with a concern, grievance or complaint 
of discrimination or retaliation should utilize the proce- 
dures available under the Code of Student Conduct, the 
SPA Grievance and Appeals Procedures, or the Griev- 
ance Procedure for Faculty and EPA Professional Em- 
ployees. 

Joanne G. Woodard 
Vice Provost for 

Equal Opportunity & Equity 
Box 7530 

North Carolina State University 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7530 
Phone: (919) 515-3148 



PLANNING TO GRADUATE . . . 



If you plan to graduate at the end of the Summer Ses- 
sions, there are a number of items that should be of inter- 
est to you. 

NOTE: Degree recipients with outstanding bal- 
ances of $25 or greater will have their di- 
ploma withheld until all outstanding debts 
to the University are paid. 

1. You should submit an Application for Degree 
card for each degree you are to receive. This 
should be turned in to your department within 
two weeks after the beginning of the Session. If 
you submitted an Application for Degree card 
last semester, but did not graduate, it is neces- 
sary that you submit another Application for the 
Summer Sessions. Remember: If you are to re- 
ceive two degrees, you must submit a separate 
application for each degree. 

2. Your local address and your official University 
correspondence address should be kept up-to- 
date. Also, the address you show on your Appli- 
cation for Degree card will be the address to 
which your diploma is mailed and also the ad- 
dress to which any correspondence from the 
University will be sent. Any changes should be 
made by reporting your new address to the De- 
partment of Registration and Records, 1000 
Harris Hall, Box 7313, Raleigh, NC 27695-7313. 

3. If you are transferring hours from another 
university in order to graduate, this should be 



done before the end of the Summer Sessions. If 
you are enrolled at another institution and that 
institution is unable to furnish an official tran- 
script by the end of this Session, you must have 
that University's Registrar send to the Depart- 
ment of Registration and Records a letter show- 
ing the course and grade with an official school 
seal and Registrar's signature. This letter must 
be received by the end of the Summer Session. 

4. Correspondence course grades must be received, 
all "incompletes" and "late grades" cleared, and 
all fines and fees paid by the end of the Summer 
Session. 

5. If you are eligible to take reexamination, it must 
be taken no later than 30 days after the date of 
the intended graduation. 

6. If you would like to participate in the Decem- 
ber, 2001 graduation exercises, contact your 
Dean's office at your earliest convenience. You 
will be placed on a mailing list to receive all nec- 
essary information about the graduation activi- 
ties. 

If you have any questions concerning the above 
information, please call Regina Trawick, Graduation 
Clerk, Department of Registration and Records, 1000 
Harris Hall, telephone (919) 515-1863 or e-mail 
graduation@ncsu.edu 



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ACADEMIC REGULATIONS 



North Carolina State University's grading system for 
recording academic achievement is: 
DEFINITION OF LETTER GRADES AND 
GRADE POINTS 

Effective 1994 Fall Semester 

Grade Points 

Per 
Credit Hour 

4.330* 
4.000 
3.670* 
3.330* 
3.000 
2.670* 
2.330* 
2.000 
1.670* 
1.330* 
rade which was 1.000 

abolished in 1974 Fall Semester was 
reinstated with the 1976 Fall Semester) 



Grade 


Definition 


A+ 




A 


Excellent 


A- 




B+ 




B 


Good 


B- 




C+ 




C 


Satisfactory 


C- 




D+ 




D 


Marginal (Tr 



D- 0.670 

F [NC] Failing [No Credit) (The F grade re- 0.000 

placed the NC grade in the 1991 Fall 

Semester) 

Satisfactory (Credit-only and certain other courses) 

Unsatisfactory (Credit -only and certain other courses) 

Incomplete 

Temporarily Late 

Audit 

No Recognition Given for Audit 

Credit by examination or advanced placement 

Withdrawal or Late Drop 

In Progress 



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IN 

LA 

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NR 

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W 

IP 

*+/- grading was instituted for the 1994 Fall Semester. 
Students whose first enrollment was prior to Fall 1994 are 
subject to +/- grades without grade points (B+ = 3.000) un- 
til the 1998 Fall Semester. 

Questions concerning this grading system should be directed 
to Martha M. O'Donnell, University Registrar. North Caro- 
lina State University, Box 7313, Raleigh, NC 27695-7313. 

A+ grades will contribute to the Grade Point Average up 
to a maximum of 4.000. 



EXPENSES 



Tuition and Fees Rate Schedule Per Session 







(Rates Are 


Subject to Change) 












UNDERGRADUATE 










Residents of North Carolina 






Nonresidents 






Required 








Required 




Hours 


Tuition Fees 


Total 


Hours 


Tuition 


Fees 


Total 





$ 47.00 S 24.00 


S 71.00 





S 317.00 


S24.00 


S341.00 


1 


62.00 32.00 


94.00 


1 


422.00 


32.00 


454.00 


2 


124.00 64.00 


188.00 


2 


844.00 


64.00 


908.00 


3 


186.00 96.00 


282.00 


3 


1,266.00 


96.00 


1.362.00 


4 


248.00 128.00 


376.00 


4 


1.688.00 


128.00 


1.816.00 


5 


310.00 160.00 


470.00 


5 


2.110.00 


160.00 


2,270.00 


6 


372.00 192.00 


564.00 


6 


2,532.00 


192.00 


2.724 00 


7 


434.00 224.00 


658.00 


7 


2,954.00 


224.00 


3,178.00 


8 


496.00 256.00 


752.00 


8 


3.376.00 


256.00 


3,632.00 


9 


558.00 288.00 


846.00 


9 


3,798.00 


288.00 


4.086.00 


10 


620.00 320.00 


940.00 


10 


4.220.00 


320.00 


4,540.00 


11 


682.00 352.00 


1,034.00 


11 


4,642.00 


352.00 


4.994.00 


12 


744.00 384.00 


1,128.00 


12 


5,064.00 


384.00 


5.448.00 


13 


806.00 416.00 


1,222.00 


13 


5,486.00 


416.00 


5.902.00 






GRADUATE 










Residents of North Carolina 






Nonres 


dents 






Required 








Required 




Hours 


Tuition Fees 


Total 


Hours 


Tuition 


Fees 


Total 





$ 62.00 S 35.00 


S 97.00 





S 339.00 


S35.00 


S374.00 


1 


83.00 47.00 


130.00 


1 


452.00 


47.00 


499.00 


2 


166.00 94.00 


260.00 


2 


904.00 


94.00 


998.00 


3 


249.00 141.00 


390.00 


3 


1.356.00 


141.00 


1,497.00 


4 


332.00 188.00 


520.00 


4 


1.808.00 


188.00 


1.996.00 


5 


415.00 235.00 


650.00 


5 


2,260.00 


235.00 


2,495.00 


6 


498.00 282.00 


780.00 


6 


2.712.00 


282.00 


2,994.00 


7 


581.00 329.00 


910.00 


7 


3.164.00 


329.00 


3,49300 


8 


664.00 376.00 


1,040.00 


8 


3.616.00 


376.00 


3,992.00 


9 


747.00 423.00 


1.170.00 


9 


4.068.00 


423.00 


4.491.00 


10 


830.00 470.00 


1,300.00 


10 


4.520.00 


47000 


4,990.00 


11 


913.00 517.00 


1.430.00 


11 


4.972.00 


517.00 


5,489.00 


12 


996.00 564.00 


1,560.00 


12 


5.424.00 


564.00 


5.988.00 


13 


1,079.00 611.00 


1,690.00 


13 


5.876.00 


611.00 


6.487.00 



Note: Each department offering graduate programs has scheduled "XYZ" 696 and/or "XYZ" 896 in the Ten-Week Session (where 
"XYZ" is the departmental abbreviation). Each of these Thesis and Dissertation Research courses carry one credit hour. 
Tuition and fees are S130.00 for Residents of North Carolina and S213.00 for Nonresidents. 



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SPECIAL RATES AND DATES 



Audits — There are no free audits in the summer sessions. 
Audit courses are charged the same rate as if the 
courses were for credit. 

Cooperative Education Program Fee $338 

College of Engineering Computer Fee $15 

May 10, 2001 (Thursday at 5:00 p.m.) ...payment due date 
for First Summer Session and Ten-Week Session 

June 21, 2001 (Tuesday at 5:00 p.m.) ... payment due date 
for Second Summer Session 



May 25, 2001 (Friday at 5:00 p.m.) ... *last day to regis- 
ter, withdraw or drop courses with a refund or reduction 
in rates-First Summer Session and Ten-Week Session 

July 9, 2001 (Monday at 5:00 p.m.) ... *last day to regis- 
ter, drop courses with a refund or reduction in rates-Sec- 
ond Summer Session 

* Tuition and fees charges are based on the official 
number of hours and courses carried at 5:00 p.m. on 
these dates. 



SPECIAL NOTICES 



1. Students registering during the Registration Period 
will be mailed a statement of tuition and fees a few 
days after the Registration Period ends. The state- 
ment must be returned with full payment or complete 
the Financial Aid/Scholarship/Sponsorship postcard 
and return by the indicated due date or the sched- 
uled TRACS space will be cancelled. It is 
important to remember that it is the full responsibility 
of each student registering during the Registration 
Period — whether they receive a statement or 
not — to make full payment or provide complete finan- 
cial aid information to the University Cashier's 
Office by the appropriate due dates for each summer 
session. Failure to make full payment or provide 
proper financial information will result in the 
irretrievable cancellation of the class schedule. The 
NCSU Cashier's Office Payment Form appearing 
at the top of the next page can be used if a statement 
is misplaced or not received. 

2. Students registering during the Late Registration 
Period will not be required to clear tuition through 
the Cashier's Office in order to access TRACS. Only 
students with past due debts or departmental holds 
must have their accounts cleared by the Cashier's 
Office to access TRACS. Tuition, fees and the $25.00 
late registration fee, will be systematically added to 
the student's account when they register. Students 
late registering will be billed during the next 
Cashier's Office billing cycle. 

3. Required fees are included in the rates listed above 
and must be paid by all students. Students are 
entitled to the services, facilities, and programs 



offered by the Student Center, Health Services, Trans- 
portation OfGce, Physical Education Department, and 
Athletics Department. An itemization of required fees 
will be provided upon request. 

4. Upon adding course work that results in an increased 
rate, students should pay at Room 1101, Pullen Hall. 
The tuition and fees charge is based on the official 
number of hours and courses carried at 5:00 p.m. on 
May 25, 2001 (First Summer Session and Ten- Week 
Session) and July 9, 2001 (Second Summer Session). 

5. Returned Checks: A returned check fee of $25 will be 
assessed for dishonored checks. The University has 
the right to cancel the registration of any student 
whose tuition and fees are paid with a "returned" 
check. 

6. College of Engineering Fee: All students enrolled in 
the College of Engineering (including the BE, BEA, 
BEE, BEM, BAE and BEP curricula) will be charged 
this additional $15 per summer session fee. 

7. For additional information, contact: 

University Cashier's Office 

1101 Pullen Hall 

Box 7213 

Raleigh, NC 27695-7213 

Phone: (919) 515-2986 (Student Accounts Section) 
(919) 515-2988 (Cashier's Section) 
Toil-Free (888) NCSUUCO (627-8826) 
www.fis.ncsu.edu /cashier/ 



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NCSU CASHIER'S OFFICE PAYMENT FORM 



Zl 



Use this payment form ONLY if your billing statement is misplaced or not received. The form may also 
be used for payment during the late registration period. 

LOCATION: 1101 Pullen Hall INSTRUCTIONS: Complete this form and return with 

ADDRESS: Box 7213, Raleigh, NC 27695-7213 payment (payable to NCSU) to the 

PHONE: (919) 515-2986 or Toll Free-(888) University Cashier's Office by the pre- 

NCSUUCO (627-8826) scribed due date. If you have questions 

HOURS: 8:00-5:00 Monday-Friday call (919) 515-2986 or Toll Free-(888) 

NCSUUCO (627-8826). 



LAST NAME 



FIRST NAME 



MIDDLE INITIAL 



PAYMENT AMOUNT 



CUSTOMER ID 



1st Session and 
Ten-Week Session 



TYPE OF FINANCIAL/SPONSOR 



RESIDENCE STATUS CLASSIFICATION 
FOR TUITION PURPOSES 



To qualify as a resident for tuition purposes, a person 
must have established legal residence (domicile) in North 
Carolina and maintained that legal residence for at least 
twelve months immediately prior to his or her classifica- 
tion as a resident for tuition purposes. To be eligible for 
classification as a resident for tuition purposes a person 
must establish that his or her presence in the State is, 
and during the requisite twelve month qualifying period 
was, for purposes of maintaining a bona fide domicile 
rather than of maintaining a mere temporary residence 
or abode incident to enrollment in an institution of higher 
education. 

North Carolina General Statute (G. S.) 116-143.1 is 
the governing law concerning resident status classifica- 
tion and sets forth statutory definitions, rules and spe- 
cial provisions for determining resident status for tuition 
purposes. Copies of the law and implementing regula- 
tions are found in A Manual to Assist the Public Higher 
Education Institutions of North Carolina in the Matter 
of Student Residence Classification for Tuition Purposes 
which is available for inspection in the Office of Under- 
graduate Admissions, 112 Peele Hall. Special situations 
concerning minors, the military, service members and their 
military dependents, non-US citizens, and the effect of 
marriage on residence status are addressed in The Manual. 
It is the student's responsibility to initiate a review of their 
situation when classification or re-classification as a resi- 
dent for tuition purposes is sought. 



Active military personnel assigned to North Carolina 
and their military dependents may be eligible to receive 
the benefit of the in-state tuition rate under G.S. 116- 
143.3. A student who qualifies for the in-state tuition 
rate under this statute is not considered a resident, but 
merely eligible for the benefit of the in-state tuition rate. 
Application for eligibility to be charged the in-state 
tuition rate under G.S. 116-143.3 must be made prior to 
initial enrollment or re-enrollment for which the student 
claims the benefit. Further application for such eligibil- 
ity must similarly be made prior to the outset of each 
successive academic year of enrollment. 

Under NC G.S. 116-143.5, any teacher or other per- 
sonnel paid on the teacher salary schedule who has es- 
tablished a legal residence (domicile) of any duration in 
North Carolina and is employed full-time by a North 
Carolina public school shall be eligible to be charged the 
in-state tuition rate for courses relevant to teacher cer- 
tification or to professional development as a teacher. 
Students qualifying under this statute will be required 
to supply information verifying their residence status 
(under NC G.S. 116-143.5) and employment status. 

Questions concerning residence status classifications 
for undergraduate students, including Lifelong Educa- 
tion Students, should be directed to the Office of Under- 
graduate Admissions, North Carolina State University, 
Box 7103, Raleigh, North Carolina 27695-7103, (919) 
515-2434. 



WITHDRAWAL REFUND POLICY 



Summer Session I and Ten-Week Session 

Withdrawal Date Refund % 

On or before May 23, 2001 100% 

May 24, 2001 -May 25, 2001 90% 

May 28, 2001 -May 31, 2001 50% 

June 1, 2001 - June 11, 2001 25% 

After June 11, 2001 0% 



Summer Session II 



Withdrawal Date 


Refund % 


On or before July 5, 2001 


100% 


July 6, 2001 -July 9, 2001 


90% 


July 10, 2001 -July 13, 2001 


50% 


July 16, 2001 -July 24, 2001 


25% 


After July 24, 2001 


0% 



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An administrative charge of 5% of the total tuition and 
fee, room rent, and meal plan charges not to exceed $100 
will be retained. 

Students who withdraw after June 11, 2001 (First and 
Ten-Week Sessions), July 24, 2001 (Second Session) or 
drop a course(s) after May 25, 2001 (First and Ten-Week 
Sessions), July 9, 2001 (Second Session) may file a re- 
fund application appeal in the Student Accounts Section 



of the University Cashier's Office. The appeal must be 
substantiated by medical reasons, unexpected employ- 
ment changes, death in the immediate family, or 
University error and will be reviewed by the University 
Fee Appeals Committee. The deadline for filing a re- 
fund application appeal is June 22, 2001 (First and 
Ten-Week Sessions) and July 27, 2001 (Second 
Session). 



FINANCIAL AID 



Financial aid awards will be made for summer sessions 
with funds which are still available after the regular aca- 
demic year. Federal College Work-Study, Federal Stafford 
Loans and/or Federal Perkins Loans will be given to eli- 
gible aid applicants whose academic programs require 
summer school attendance. Forestry and Geology Camp 
students, students who will complete graduation require- 
ments in summer school, and students required to take 
summer courses in order to register for student teach- 
ing, field work, or similar programs are examples of stu- 
dents with priority for summer school funds. Students 
who receive Federal Work-Study or a Federal Pell Grant 
(if all Federal Pell Grant eligibility was not used during 
the academic year) should register for six credit hours in 
each summer session. 

Students attending summer school for reasons other 
than those given in the previous paragraph will be eli- 



gible for University funds provided funds are available. 
Students requesting financial assistance for summer 
school must have a Free Application for Federal Student 
Aid (FAFSA) on file for the 2000-2001 academic year. In 
addition, a separate Summer School Institutional Finan- 
cial Aid Application is required. Summer institutional 
aid applications will be available in the Office of Finan- 
cial Aid beginning March 1, 2001. To be considered for 
financial assistance, all application materials must be 
submitted by the deadlines for each summer session in- 
dicated on that application. 

In order to be considered for any type of financial aid, 
continuing students must have met the requirements for 
academic progress. 



COUNSELING CENTER 



The Counseling Center provides services designed to 
assist individuals in gaining a better understanding of 
themselves and their opportunities. Psychologists, pro- 
fessional counselors, and psychiatrists are available to 
evaluate and to work with students who have concerns 
such as: choosing a career; academic planning; identify- 
ing and coping with educational difficulties; developing 
greater self-understanding; drug and alcohol problems; 
developing more satisfying personal relations; and cop- 
ing with stress or emotional crisis. Faculty members are 
encouraged to call if they have concerns about a student. 
All counseling is strictly confidential. 



In addition to one-to-one and group counseling for indi- 
viduals and couples, workshops are offered throughout the 
year in a variety of areas, including vocational exploration, 
test anxiety-reduction, and stress management. 

Counseling services are available to all enrolled NC 
State students without cost except for a minimum mate- 
rials charge for career testing. Appointments may be 
scheduled over the telephone by calling (919) 515-2424 
or in person by coming to (2nd floor) Student Health Cen- 
ter, 2815 Cates Avenue. A counselor is on call 24 hours a 
day through Health Services, (919) 515-2563. 



STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES 



The Student Health Services offers health care to stu- 
dents on an outpatient basis. The staff includes full-time 
physicians, physician extenders, pharmacists, labora- 
tory/x-ray technicians, nurses, physical therapists, 
health educators and other support staff. 

The Health Services is open Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 
5:00 p.m. during the summer for outpatient medical care. 
Patients are seen by appointment. Medical appointments 
can be made in person or by calling 515-7107 
Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Gynecology appoint- 
ments can be made by calling 515-7762. 



All currently registered students are eligible to use the 
Health Services. Medical care offered includes visits to a 
nurse andM.D., laboratory tests, x-rays, physical therapy 
and pharmacy medications. Many services are provided 
at no charge as part of the health fee included in the 
required fees paid by all students, including health edu- 
cation materials; consultations; crisis emotional and psy- 
chiatric support service. Students are responsible for the 
nominal cost assessed for certain services and for all ser- 
vices provided off-campus. 



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It is extremely important that students provide com- 
plete medical histories and immunization records to the 
Student Health Services. All health and medical infor- 
mation is confidential. 

The University makes arrangements with an insur- 
ance company to offer group health insurance coverage 
to students. Remember that the student health fee does 
not provide for the cost of referrals to off-campus spe- 
cialists for serious illnesses. 

Health Promotion seeks to assist students in adopting 
a healthy lifestyle and behaviors through various out- 



reach programs and intervention services. Visit room 
2101 Student Health Center or call 515-9355. 

Emergency Medical Procedures: If a student be- 
comes ill or injured, the following procedures should be 
followed: 1) Telephone the University Public Safety Of- 
fice (515-3333) and report the emergency; 2) Students 
needing emergency transport between campus locations 
and the Student Health Center may call the Universitv 
Public Safety Office. 



STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 



Students desiring reasonable accommodations for their 
documented disability should contact Disability Sen-ices 
for Students (DSS), Suite 1900, Student Health Center. 
2815 Cates Avenue 919-515-7653 (Voice) 919-515-8829 



(TTY). Students needing assistance in scheduling courses 
should first meet with their academic advisers, then 
contact DSS as far as possible in advance of registration 
deadlines. 



HOUSING 



RESIDENCE HALLS 

During the 2001 Summer Sessions, housing will be pro- 
vided in the residence halls on a first-come, first-served 
basis for men and women who are enrolled for one or more 
courses. 

Assignment to a room for a Summer Session does not 
guarantee that a room will be available for the Fall Se- 
mester. A student must be accepted by NC State for Fall 
enrollment as a full-time student to be eligible to apply 
for University housing for the Fall Semester. 

ROOM RENTALS AND APPLICATIONS 

The rental rates for a five-week Session will be deter- 
mined at a later date. You may contact Universitv Hous- 
ing in Suite 11 12 Pullen Hall or telephone (919) 515-2440 
as of April 2, 2001 for further housing reservation infor- 
mation. 

Residents will be permitted to change rooms after the 
first week of classes with the approval of University 
Housing. Check-in will begin for Summer Sessions as 
follows: 

FIRST SESSION-Tuesday, May 22, 2001 at 10:00 a.m. 
•SECOND SESSION-Tuesday, July 3, 2001 at 10:00 a.m. 
*Check-in date subject to change. 

HOUSING REFUND POLICY 

Cancellation of a room reservation must be made in 
writing as follows: 

(a) In person at University Housing in Suite 1112, 
Pullen Hall, Monday through Friday, between 
7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., on the cancellation form 
provided; or 

(b) By mail addressed to University Housing, Box 
7315. NC State University, Raleigh, NC, 27695- 
7315. 

The effective date of cancellation is the date notification 
is received at University Housing or the date the room 



is vacated, whichever is later. Residents who have moved 
out of their rooms must follow established check-out pro- 
cedures to avoid a charge for an improper check-out. 

If the housing agreement is cancelled on or before the 
first day of classes, the rental fee paid will be refunded 
less a $100 processing fee. // the housing agreement is 
cancelled AFTER 5:00 p.m. on the first day of classes, the 
housing charges will be a total of 50% of the session cost 
plus daily charges. In cases of medical withdrawals, how- 
ever, a $100 processing fee will be charged plus a daily 
charge from date of occupancy. 

If a student fails to check in and secure his/her keys 
by 5:00 p.m. on the first day of classes, the housing agree- 
ment will be cancelled and the refund will be made as 
stated above. 

STUDENT FAMILY HOUSING 

The University operates E.S. King Village as an apart- 
ment complex for students with families, single gradu- 
ate students and non-traditional students. This complex 
consists of 295 apartments (115 studios. 148 one-bedroom, 
and 32 two-bedroom). Interested students should write 
to Student Family Housing. NC State University. Box 
7315, Raleigh. NC, 27695-7315, for housing applications 
or further information. 

FRATERNITY HOUSES 

Several of the 20 fraternity houses located on or adja- 
cent to the campus provide housing for Summer Sessions 
students. Twelve of the 20 houses are fully air-condi- 
tioned and all provide furnished rooms and living areas. 
In addition, some houses offer board plans during the 
summer months. Any student interested in further de- 
tails should write to the Office of Student Development. 
Box 7314. NC State Universitv. Raleigh. NC. 27695-7314 
or telephone (919) 515-2441. 



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NCSU LIBRARIES 



The NCSU Libraries contains nearly 2.9 million vol- 
umes, 4.9 million microforms and 37,000 periodical titles. 
The collection is especially strong in the environmental, 
agricultural, physical, and mathematical sciences; ge- 
nomic science; computer science and information tech- 
nology; engineering; materials science; forest resources; 
and textiles. The main D. H. Hill Library houses the ma- 
jority of these publications. D. H. Hill Library has been 
a depository for U.S. government publications since 1924 
and is a full depository for U.S. patents. 

Four branch libraries-the Burlington Textiles Library 
in the Textile Building on Centennial Campus, the 
Harrye B. Lyons Design Library in Brooks Hall, the Natu- 
ral Resources Library in Jordan Hall, and the Veteri- 
nary Medical Library in the College of Veterinary Medi- 
cine-serve the special needs of those disciplines. Also 
affiliated with the NCSU Libraries are the Learning 
Resources Library in Poe Hall and the African American 
Cultural Center Reading Room in the Witherspoon Stu- 
dent Center. 

The NCSU Libraries' Web site (http://www.lib.ncsu.edu) 
offers access to a rich array of online resources. Users 
can search the library's catalog by author, title, subject, 
and keyword, and can search the collections of other li- 
braries, including Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, and North 
Carolina Central University (NCCU). Access to informa- 
tion resources in other libraries is available through in- 
terlibrary loan and via TRIPSaver, a service that sup- 
plies materials rapidly from Duke, UNC-CH, and NCCU. 
Borrower's cards are also available for students and fac- 
ulty members who wish to use libraries on those three 
campuses. 



Also available via the Libraries' Web site are a grow- 
ing number of online resources, including periodical in- 
dexes, some with full-text articles; reference works such 
as online encyclopedias; electronic books and journals; 
statistical resources; spatial and numeric data for use 
with Geographic Information Systems; and digital spe- 
cial collections unique to NC State. These resources are 
available from both on- and off-campus locations, and li- 
brarians offer special services for distance learners to 
help them take advantage of information regardless of 
time or location. By using the MyLibrary@NCState cus- 
tomized interface, individuals can select and organize 
library and campus electronic resources by subject to cre- 
ate their own Web-based library environment. While in 
D. H. Hill Library or any of the four branches, users may 
borrow laptop computers as well. 

In the Learning and Research Center for the Digital 
Age in the D. H. Hill Library, a scanning lab offers the 
ability to scan and digitize multimedia materials. The 
Media Center in D. H. Hill offers facilities and equip- 
ment for both individual and group use of audiovisual 
media. 

D. H. Hill Library hours for the summer sessions are 
as follows: 



Monday-Thursday 
Friday 
Saturday 
Sunday 



7:00a.m.-ll:00p.m. 
7:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m. 
9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 
1:00 P.M.-11:00 p.m. 



The library is open until 3:00 a.m. during final exam 
periods. 



NCSU BOOKSTORES 



Summer hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday- Friday. 



SUMMER ACTIVITIES 



Through many curricular and extracurricular activi- 
ties, the Summer Sessions provide special opportunities 
to those students engaged in summer study. Interesting, 
informative and entertaining programs and activities are 
scheduled for each session. 

A few of the more popular activities and special fea- 
tures include the Carmichael Gym athletic and recreation 
programs and the varied activities sponsored by the Uni- 
versity Student Center. 

The University's regular program of student person- 
nel services is available to summer students. It includes 
the Counseling Center for educational, career and per- 



sonal counseling; the Planning and Placement Center for 
career planning and placement; the Residence Life and 
Residence Facilities offices for residence quarters; the 
Financial Aid Office for financial assistance; and the Stu- 
dent Health Services for medical care. 

Beyond the campus, the city of Raleigh offers cultural 
and recreational opportunities of interest to students. The 
Raleigh Little Theater presents several productions dur- 
ing the summer, the North Carolina Museum of Art spon- 
sors gallery concerts and exhibits, and there are several 
swimming pools and city and state parks located in and 
around Raleigh. 



UNIVERSITY STUDENT UNION 



The University Student Centers seek to create "A Per- 
fect Union of Arts and Activities" for all members of the 
University family-students, faculty, staff, administra- 
tion, alumni, and guests. The Union's funding is provided 



by student fees and the programming is carried out in 
four buildings: Talley Student Center, Witherspoon Stu- 
dent Center, Price Music Center, and Thompson Build- 
ing. 



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The University Student Union consists of six arts pro- 
grams: Center Stage, The Crafts Center, Dance Program, 
Gallery of Arts & Design, Music Department, and Uni- 
versity Theatre, and a major activities program consist- 
ing of the Center for Student Leadership, Ethics, and 
Public Service (which includes the Leadership Library), 
Student Organizations Resource Center, Union Ac- 
tivities Board, and Women's Center. 

The Talley Student Center and Witherspoon Student 
Center, located within two blocks of each other on Cates 
Avenue, provide a variety of programs and services de- 
signed to offer rest, relaxation and recreation, as well as 
cultural, social, leadership and artistic development. In 
addition, Talley Student Center is home to Student Le- 
gal Services, Chaplains' Cooperative Ministry, and Copy 
Center. Thompson Building houses University Theatre and 
The Crafts Center. The Price Music Center is the loca- 
tion of the Music Department. 

Highlights of the University Student Union's Arts and 
Activities Programs during both Summer Sessions in- 



clude: Union Activities Board (UAB) field trips, socials, 
and films (shown in the Campus Cinema located in 
Witherspoon Student Center); University Theatre's roll- 
ing repertory TheatreFest; and a full schedule of 
non-credit classes at The Crafts Center. You may also 
want to check course listings for Summer Sessions classes 
in theatre (Communication) and music. 

For further information call Ticket Central (919) 
515-1100 (v/tdd). 

Summer Hours (Subject to change): 
Talley Student Center 

8:00 a.m. -9:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday 

8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m., Friday 

closed Saturday and Sunday 
Witherspoon Student Center 

8:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m., Monday-Thursday 

8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m., Friday 

closed Saturday and Sunday 



SPECIAL COURSES AND INSTITUTES 



SPECIAL WORKSHOPS FOR SCIENCE TEACHERS 

Grandfather Mountain Workshop, SCI-LINK: A 

one-week residential workshop for educators in the moun- 
tain environment. Lectures, discussions with research sci- 
entists, and outdoor activities on topics including: air qual- 
ity, mountain bogs, habitat preservation, biodiversity, eco- 
systems and human influences. Participation in fieldwork, 
technology applications, environmental monitoring, 
Arc Voyager instruction. 

When: July 22-27, 2001 (Life and Environmental 

Science) EMS 594A or (Earth and Environmental 
Science) EMS 594B. 

Graduate Credit: 2 graduate credits available upon comple- 
tion of requirements. 

Continuing Education and Environmental Education Certi- 
fication Credits available. 

Special registration - Contact SCI-LINK for application. 
Instructor: Dr. Harriett S. Stubbs 

Educational materials furnished to participants. Lodging 
at Lees-McRae College in Banner Elk, NC. For application 
contact: SCI-LINK NCSU, 1509 Varsity Dr., Raleigh, NC 
27606. Phone (919) 515-7280. e-mail: SCI-LINK@ncsu.edu 
WWW at http:/ I www.ncsu.edu/sci-link 

Cost per one week session: 

$50.00 Registration Due ASAP or by July 2, 200 1 

$299.00 Balance Due By July 10, 2001 

Geographic Information Systems Workshop, SCI- 
LINK: Classroom applications to enrich environmental edu- 
cation about wetlands. Examination of water issues in the 
state of North Carolina using Arc Voyager and ArcView soft- 
ware. GPS units utilized on site. 

Dates: Week 1 - June 11-15, 2001 GIS Beginning 
EMS 594C 

Week 2 - June 18-22, 2001 GIS Intermediate 
EMS 594D 

Week 3 - June 25-29, 2001 Mapping Our 
School Site EMS 594E 

Graduate Credit: 1 graduate credit available upon comple- 
tion of requirements per weeklong workshop. 

Continuing Education and Technology Credit, and Environ- 
mental Education Certification Credits available. 



Special registration - Contact SCI-LINK for application. 
Instructor: Dr. Harriett S. Stubbs 

Educational materials furnished to participants. Stipend and 
partial support for room and board may be available, depen- 
dent on funding for qualifying participants. For application 
contact: SCI-LINK, NCSU, 1509 Varsity Dr., Raleigh, NC 
27606. Phone (919) 515-7280, e-mail: SCI-LINK@ncsu.edu 
WWW: http://www.ncsu.edu/sci-link 

$50.00 registration for one week session Due June 1, 2001. 

EVENING SUMMER SESSIONS 

Late afternoon and evening classes are scheduled dur- 
ing the First Session (May 23-June 29), Second Session 
(July 5-August 10), and the Ten-Week Session (May 23- 
August 8) for the convenience of Evening Degree stu- 
dents, Lifelong Education students and "traditional" day 
students who have summer jobs but who would like to 
remain academically active. Many of the evening courses 
offered in the 2001 Summer Sessions may be used to- 
ward fulfilling the basic requirements for a B.A. degree 
from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. 
Please refer to the Office of Adult Credit Programs & 
Summer Sessions' section at the back of this Bulletin for 
a complete course listing. 

For information concerning the undergraduate evening 
degree and certificate programs in the College of Humani- 
ties and Social Sciences, contact Ms. Lynda Hambourger, 
Coordinator of Evening Programs, Room 106 Caldwell 
Building, or call (919) 515-3638. Appointments are avail- 
able Monday through Thursday until 7:00 p.m. and may 
be scheduled by calling (919) 515-3638. 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTER 
SUMMER INSTITUTE IN ENGLISH 
July 2-August 3, 2001 

The Summer Institute in English at the NC State Uni- 
versity English Language Center is a five-week, noncredit 
course of study of the English language and American 
culture. It is designed for individuals from other coun- 
tries who intend to pursue university studies or special- 
ized training programs in the United States. With an 
emphasis on developing competence in all aspects of En- 



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glish language usage, the program includes classroom 
instruction, use of language laboratories, and extensive 
opportunities for practicing English in actual communi- 
cation situations. In addition, opportunities are available 
for students to become acquainted with life in the US. 

The minimum age for applicants is 17 years. The In- 
stitute is open to all individuals from other countries who 
wish to attend. The Institute retains the right to refuse 
admission to a student who arrives more than two weeks 
late. Students who are unable to arrive in time for the 
start of the program should inform the Institute of the 
date of their arrival. 

Admission to the Institute does not imply admission 
as a degree candidate at North Carolina State Univer- 
sity or any other campus of the University of North Caro- 
lina. 

The Institute is sponsored by Continuing and Profes- 
sional Education and the Department of Foreign Lan- 
guages and Literatures. All classroom work is conducted 
on the campus. Classes, including language laboratory 
practice sessions, are held five or six hours a day, Mon- 
day through Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Atten- 
dance at the Institute does not carry academic credit, 
although students who complete the program receive a 
certificate of attendance.) 

The total cost of the five-week program is approxi- 
mately $2,670. The cost of the Institute is estimated on 
the basis of residence hall accommodations and meals. 
Incidental expenses, such as laundry, dry cleaning, en- 
tertainment, etc., are not included. (Room rent includes 
sheets and towels.) 



Course fee $1,595 

Includes tuition, emergency accident insurance, NCSU 
Student Center activities, planned social activities, and 
the TOEFL test. 

Residence Hall fee $775 

Includes 15 meals per week on campus 

Weekend meals (estimated) $300 

For further information about the Institute, write to the 
Office of Continuing and Professional Education, 
NC State University, Box 7401, Raleigh, North Carolina 
27695-7401. Telephone (919) 515-2261. FAX (919) 
515-7614. 

INDEPENDENT STUDIES 

In addition to the classes listed in this Bulletin, many 
undergraduate courses are available through the Inde- 
pendent Studies (correspondence instruction) program. 
This program allows students to enroll at any time, to 
work at their own pace, and to take up to nine months to 
complete a course. For further information about the pro- 
gram, including a complete listing of courses, contact 
the Office of Academic Programs and Services, 
The Friday Center for Continuing Education, Campus 
Box # 1020, University of North Carolina, Chapel 
Hill, North Carolina 27599-1020. Telephone (919) 
962-1134, (800) 862-5669, or visit their website at 
www.fridaycenter.unc.edu. Course listings are also 
available at the McKimmon Center Registration Desk. 



COURSE LISTINGS 



Courses are listed by department, departmental ab- 
breviation and numerical designator. Semester hour cred- 
its for each course are given following the name of the 
course. Classes meet daily, Monday through Friday, ex- 
cept where specified to the contrary. 

Freshman courses are numbered 100-199; sophomore 
courses are numbered 200-299; junior and senior courses 
are numbered 300-499. Courses numbered 500 and 600 
are taught the Masters level and most are available to 
advanced undergraduates. Doctoral courses are num- 
bered 700 and 800. Graduate courses numbered at the 



500 and 700 levels are letter graded (A+. . . F), while 600 
and 800 level courses are S/U graded. Courses regularly 
letter graded (A+. . .F) may not be taken for S/U grading 
by graduate students. Courses numbered in the 900 se- 
ries are open to College of Veterinary Medicine students. 

All courses are subject to cancellation by the Di- 
rector of Summer Sessions if there is inadequate 
enrollment. 

Waiver of prerequisites is at the discretion of the in- 
structor. 



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FIRST SUMMER 
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Class Schedule 

First Summer Session 
May 23-June 29, 2001 

Ten-Week Summer Session 
May 23-August 8, 2001 




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1 




2001 

ADULT CREDIT 
PROGRAMS 

Afternoon 

and 

Evening Classes 




THE OFFICE OF ADULT CREDIT PROGRAMS 
& SUMMER SESSIONS 



Mailing Address 

NC State University 

Office of Adult Credit Programs 

& Summer Sessions 
Box 7401 

Raleigh, NC 27695-7401 
Attention: Lifelong Education students 



Location 

The McKimmon Center for Extension and Continuing 

Education 
Corner of Western Boulevard and Gorman Street 

Office hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday 
through Thursday and from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Fri- 
day. Telephone: (919) 515-2265. FAX: (919) 515-4690. 
THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR U.WERSITY 
HOLIDAYS OS APRIL 13, AXD JULY 4, 2001. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



The Office of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Ses- 
sions is the contact point for individuals who have not 
been formally admitted to a degree program at the Uni- 
versity but who wish to enroll in courses offered by the 
University. These "not-admitted" students (including 
Summer Visitors from other colleges and universities) 
are classified as "Lifelong Education students' . 

Essentially (and for the convenience of Lifelong Edu- 
cation students), the Office of Adult Credit Programs & 
Summer Sessions functions as a "branch office" of the 
Department of Registration and Records. Office of Ad- 
missions, University Cashier and Student Accounts Of- 
fice, and a number of other University administrative 
offices. 

Lifelong Education students should look to the Office 
of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions for regis- 
tration information, clarification of University policies 
and procedures, and for answers to other questions rela- 
tive to taking courses at the University. 

In general, Lifelong Education students may enroll in 
any course listed in this Summer Sessions Bulletin (day 
or night) provided they have satisfied any required prereq- 
uisites. Prerequisites are courses or levels of achievement 
that a student is expected to have completed successfully 
prior to enrolling in a course. A few classes are restricted 
to degree candidates only. Restrictive statements appear 
with the course listing in this Bulletin and/or the Univer 
sity's Course Catalog. Applicants are responsible for 
checking the Course Catalog to determine what prerequi- 
sites, if any, apply and to either satisfy the prerequisites 
or obtain from the instructor a written waiver of the pre- 
requisites. 



Before enrolling in an NCSU mathematics course. Life- 
long Education students must talk with an adviser to de- 
termine eligibility for mathematics course registration. 
Telephone 515-2406 to talk with an adviser or to sched- 
ule an appointment. It is extremely important that stu- 
dents register for mathematics courses appropriate to 
their majors and their abilities. The NC State Univer- 
sity Mathematics Placement Exam assesses math- 
ematical skill for appropriate course placement. 

Credits earned while registered as a Lifelong Educa- 
tion student accumulate on a transcript maintained by 
the Department of Registration and Records and may 
later be transferred to a degree program at NC State or 
by transcript to another college or university. NOTE: Life- 
long Education students are required to adhere to the aca- 
demic standards, policies, procedures, deadlines, etc. 
which apply to all students of the University. 

Whether you are a new Lifelong Education student, 
one who is currently enrolled or one who is returning 
after an absence of a semester or more, you are strongly 
urged to read the information that is included in this 
section as well as the information pertaining to all stu- 
dents which is included in the first few pages of this 
Bulletin. Your attention should be specifically directed 
to the REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS. 

The general classification of "Lifelong Education stu- 
dent" is divided into two categories depending on whether 
the student already has a baccalaureate degree or not. A 
listing of the applicable policies follows: 



UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES (UGS) 



To be eligible to register as an Undergraduate Studies 
student (UGS) for the Summer Sessions, a person should: 

1. have acquired a high school diploma or GED certifi- 
cate; and 

2. not be a degree candidate at North Carolina State 
University: or 



be a high school student who has been recom- 
mended by his/her school to take lower level courses 
through the established Academic Enrichment 
Opportunities (AEO) Program. 



POST-BACCALAUREATE STUDIES (PBS) 



The following policies apply to individuals who wish 
to, register as Post-Baccalaureate Studies students (PBS): 



All must have baccalaureate degrees from accred- 
ited institutions of higher education. 



110 



2. All classes taken for credit by PBS students will be 
graded in the usual manner that applies for the par- 
ticular course (A+ through F, or S, U). All courses 
taken at NC State will show on the student's tran- 
script. If the student is admitted as a graduate stu- 
dent, a maximum of nine hours may apply toward 
the minimum requirements of the degree for which 
the student is enrolled, including hours approved 
for graduate credit while classified as a senior, 
unclassified undergraduate or professional 
engineering student. 

3. The grade point average (GPA) of a graduate 
student who has credits in the PBS classification 
will include only those PBS credits which become 
part of the Plan of Graduate Work. However, no 
course taken six (6) years prior to enrollment into 
a program will be considered in the GPA calcula- 
tion. 



4. Registration is limited to a maximum of two courses 
per session. Individuals who are employed full-time 
should limit their PBS registration to one course 
per session. 

5. The PBS classification carries with it no implica- 
tion that the student will be admitted to the Gradu- 
ate School in any degree classification. 

6. All course work accepted for degree credit must be 
approved by the student's advisory committee as 
being germane to the program. Requests for degree 
credit for courses completed in the PBS classifica- 
tion are considered after admission to a graduate 
degree program when the student's Plan of Gradu- 
ate Work is filed with the Graduate School. 

7. PBS students are expected to familiarize themselves 
with Graduate School policies and to seek further 
advice or clarification as needed. 



STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES 



Students desiring reasonable accommodations for their 
documented disability should contact Disability Services 
for Student (DSS), Suite 1900, Student Health Center, 
2815 Cates Avenue 919-515-7653 (Voice) 919-515-8829 



(TTY). Students needing assistance in scheduling courses 
should first meet with their academic advisers, then con- 
tact DSS as far as possible in advance of registration 
deadlines. 



COUNSELING SERVICES 



The Counseling Center provides services designed to 
assist individuals in gaining a better understanding of 
themselves and their opportunities. Psychologists, pro- 
fessional counselors, and psychiatrists are available to 
evaluate and to work with students who have concerns 
such as: choosing a career; academic planning; identify- 
ing and coping with educational difficulties; developing 
greater self-understanding; drug and alcohol problems; 
developing more satisfying personal relations; and cop- 
ing with stress or emotional crisis. Faculty members are 
encouraged to call if they have concerns about a student. 
All counseling is strictly confidential. 



In addition to one-to-one and group counseling for in- 
dividuals and couples, workshop offerings vary through- 
out the year on topics such as vocational exploration, test 
anxiety-reduction, and stress management. 

Counseling services are available to all enrolled NC 
State students without cost except for a minimum mate- 
rials charge for career testing. Appointments may be 
scheduled over the telephone by calling (919) 515-2424 
or in person by coming to (2nd floor) Student Health Cen- 
ter, 2815 Cates Avenue. A counselor is on call 24 hours a 
day through Health Services, (919) 515-2563. 



ACADEMIC ADVISING 



Assistance provided by the Office of Adult Credit Pro- 
grams & Summer Sessions through Adult Services in- 
cludes educational advisement, occupational infor- 
mation, general course selection and general Uni- 
versity information. Talk with an adviser or schedule 
an appointment by calling (919) 515-7007. 

If you intend to eventually apply for admission to a 
degree program, contact with an admissions officer is re- 
quired. For information on all matters concerning admis- 
sion to NC State, including transfer of credits from other 
universities and colleges, call the Office of Admissions, 
(919) 515-2434. 

If you are an Undergraduate Studies student (UGS) 
and you intend to enroll in a degree program in the Col- 
lege of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS), you may 



confer with the Coordinator of Evening Programs for 
CHASS. Appointments are available Monday through 
Thursday until 7:00 p.m. and may be scheduled by call- 
ing (919) 515-3638. 

Each college or department has a coordinator of advis- 
ing, who can assist any student who wants to major in 
the coordinator's area of study but is ineligible at the 
time to transfer into it. These Coordinators of Under- 
graduate Advising are listed in the General Information 
Section in the front of this Bulletin. 

If you are a Post-Baccalaureate Studies student (PBS) 
and you intend to eventually enroll in a graduate degree 
program at NC State, you are urged to seek advice from 
the department in which you intend to enroll. 



Ill 



ADMISSION OF LIFELONG EDUCATION STUDENTS AS 
REGULAR UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE CANDIDATES 



Any Undergraduate Studies student (UGS) who has 
completed at least 30 semester credit hours of "C" or bet- 
ter college level course work, including a college-level 
math and college-level English course, may apply to the 
Office of Admissions for admission as a regular degree 
candidate. Programs that are experiencing space limita- 
tions require a higher minimum grade point average for 
admission. These 30 hours may include those earned at 
North Carolina State University and at other accredited 
colleges or universities. The cumulative NC State record 
must be satisfactory (2.0 or better) for consideration. Stu- 
dents should apply by the posted deadlines or at least six 
months before they expect to complete admissions re- 
quirements. 

In addition, an adult Lifelong Education student who 
has no previous college experience may be considered for 
admission to a degree program upon completion of at least 
15 hours of college level work with a "C" or better on 
each course at North Carolina State University, provided 
the record includes grades of "C" or better on at least one 
college-level English composition course and one college- 
level mathematics course appropriate to the student's 
desired major. Acceptance depends on space availabil- 
ity. The Undergraduate Admissions Office should be con- 
tacted (919/515-2434) to determine GPA requirements 
and programs experiencing space limitations. 

An adult student seeking admission under the "Life- 
long Education Student 15 Hour Provision" but having 
some previous college experience must either complete 
15 hours at NC State satisfactorily (including ENG 111 
and a college-level math, excluding MA 101, if not com- 
pleted at another institution) and must have a cumula- 
tive 2.0 (higher for some programs) GPA on all 
college-level work attempted. Or, the student must com- 
plete sufficient hours satisfactorily at NC State so that 



he/she has a total of 30 semester hours of satisfactory 
college-level work with a minimum cumulative 2.0 grade 
point average (higher for some programs). 

If you graduated from high school after the spring of 
1990. you must meet the Minimum Coursework Require- 
ments (MCR) established by the University of North 
Carolina System Board of Governors with respect to high 
school course preparation. In order to be considered for 
admission, you must provide high school transcripts in- 
dicating the minimum requirements have been met. The 
following high school courses are required: 

■ 4 units in college preparatory English 

■ 3 units in mathematics, including Algebra I, Alge- 
bra II, and Geometry or a third mathematics course 
for which Algebra II is a prerequisite 

■ 2 units in social science, including US History 

■ 3 units in science, including a physical science, life 
science, and a laboratory course. 

Students who graduated from high school before the 
spring of 1990 and/or students who are 24 years old or 
older are exempt from MCR. 

If you do not meet these requirements, you can be con- 
sidered for admission only if you have received an A. A.. 
A.S., or A.F.A. degree or have completed 24 semester 
hours (36 quarter hours) in the required subject areas at 
an accredited college or university. You must complete 
six semester hours (9 quarter hours) in each of the fol- 
lowing subject areas: English, mathematics, science, and 
social science. In addition, you must meet all other ad- 
missions requirements with regard to grade point aver- 
age. Students may not make up MCR deficiencies at NC 
State. 



COURSE LOAD 



THE MAXIMUM COURSE LOAD FOR ALL LIFE- 
LONG EDUCATION STUDENTS (BOTH UGS AND 



PBS) IS TWO COURSES PLUS ONE PHYSICAL 
EDUCATION COURSE EACH SUMMER SESSION. 



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EXPENSES 



Tuition and Fees Rate Schedule Per Session 

(Rates Are Subject to Change) 

All Undergraduate Studies (UGS) students are charged at the undergraduate rate. Post-Baccalaureate Studies (PBS) 
students who enroll in 100-400 level courses ONLY are also charged at the undergraduate rate. PBS students who 
enroll in any 500-900 level courses are charged at the graduate rate for all courses for which they are registered. 

UNDERGRADUATE 





Residents of North Carolina 






Nonresidents 








Required 








Required 




Hours 


Tuition 


Fees 


Total 


Hours 


Tuition 


Fees 


Total 





$ 47.00 


$ 24.00 


$ 71.00 





$317.00 


$24.00 


$341.00 


1 


62.00 


32.00 


94.00 


1 


422.00 


32.00 


454.00 


2 


124.00 


64.00 


188.00 


2 


844.00 


64.00 


908.00 


3 


186.00 


96.00 


282.00 


3 


1,266.00 


96.00 


1,362.00 


4 


248.00 


128.00 


376.00 


4 


1,688.00 


128.00 


1,816.00 


5 


310.00 


160.00 


470.00 


5 


2,110.00 


160.00 


2,270.00 


6 


372.00 


192.00 


564.00 


6 


2,532.00 


192.00 


2,724.00 


7 


434.00 


224.00 


658.00 


7 


2,954.00 


224.00 


3,178.00 


8 


496.00 


256.00 


752.00 


8 


3,376.00 


256.00 


3,632.00 


9 


558.00 


288.00 


846.00 


9 


3,798.00 


288.00 


4,086.00 


10 


620.00 


320.00 


940.00 


10 


4,220.00 


320.00 


4,540.00 


11 


682.00 


352.00 


1,034.00 


11 


4,642.00 


352.00 


4,994.00 


12 


744.00 


384.00 


1,128.00 


12 


5,064.00 


384.00 


5,448.00 


13 


806.00 


416.00 


1,222.00 


13 


5,486.00 


416.00 


5,902.00 








GRADUATE 










Residents of North Carolina 






Nonresic 


ents 








Required 








Required 




Hours 


Tuition 


Fees 


Total 


Hours 


Tuition 


Fees 


Total 





$62.00 


$ 35.00 


$ 97.00 





$339.00 


$35.00 


$374.00 


1 


83.00 


47.00 


130.00 


1 


452.00 


47.00 


499.00 


2 


166.00 


94.00 


260.00 


2 


904.00 


94.00 


998.00 


3 


249.00 


141.00 


390.00 


3 


1,356.00 


141.00 


1,497.00 


4 


332.00 


188.00 


520.00 


4 


1,808.00 


188.00 


1,996.00 


5 


415.00 


235.00 


650.00 


5 


2,260.00 


235.00 


2,495.00 


6 


498.00 


282.00 


780.00 


6 


2,712.00 


282.00 


2,994.00 


7 


581.00 


329.00 


910.00 


7 


3,164.00 


329.00 


3,493.00 


8 


664.00 


376.00 


1,040.00 


8 


3,616.00 


376.00 


3,992.00 


9 


747.00 


423.00 


1,170.00 


9 


4,068.00 


423.00 


4,491.00 


10 


830.00 


470.00 


1,300.00 


10 


4,520.00 


470.00 


4,990.00 


11 


913.00 


517.00 


1,430.00 


11 


4,972.00 


517.00 


5,489.00 


12 


996.00 


564.00 


1,560.00 


12 


5,424.00 


564.00 


5,988.00 


13 


1,079.00 


611.00 


1,690.00 


13 


5,876.00 


611.00 


6,487.00 



Note: Each department offering graduate programs has scheduled "XYZ" G9G and/or "XYZ" 896 in the Ten-Week Session (where 
"XYZ" is the departmental abbreviation). Each of these Thesis and Dissertation Research courses carry one credit hour. 
Tuition and fees are $130.00 for Residents of North Carolina and $213.00 for Nonresidents. 



SPECIAL RATES AND DATES 

Audits — There are no free audits in the summer sessions. 
Audit courses are charged the same rate as if 
the courses were for credit. 

Cooperative Education Program Fee $338 

College of Engineering Computer Fee $ 15 

May 10, 2001 (Thursday at 5:00 p.m.) ... payment due date 
for First Summer Session and Ten-Week Session 

June 21, 2001 (Thursday at 5:00 p.m.)... payment due 
date for Second Summer Session 



May 25, 2001 (Friday at 5:00 p.m.) .... Mast day to 
withdraw or drop courses with a refund or reduction in 
rates — First Summer Session and Ten-Week Session 

July 9, 2001 (Monday at 5:00 p.m.) .... *last day to 
withdraw or drop courses with a refund or reduction in 
rates — Second Summer Session 

* Tuition and fees charges are based on the official 
number of hours and courses carried at 5:00 p.m. on these 
dates. 



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SPECIAL NOTICES 

1. Students registering during the Registration Period 
will be mailed a statement of tuition and fee9 a few 
days after the Registration Period ends. The state- 
ment must be returned with full payment or 
complete the Financial Aid/Scholarship/Sponsorship 
postcard and return by the indicated due date or 
the scheduled TRACS space will be cancelled. It 
is important to remember that it is the full 
responsibility of each student registering dur- 
ing the Registration Period-whether they 
receive a statement or not-to make full payment 
or provide complete financial aid information to the 
University Cashier's Office by the appropriate due 
dates for each summer session. Failure to make full 
payment or provide proper financial information 
will result in the irretrievable cancellation of the 
class schedule. The N'CSU Cashier's Office Payment 
Form appearing on page 22 can be used if a state- 
ment is misplaced or not received. 

2. Students registering during the Late Registration 
Period will not be required to clear tuition through 
the Cashier's Office in order to access TRACS. 
Only students with past due debts or departmental 
holds must have their accounts cleared by the 
Cashier's Office to access TRACS. Tuition, fees and 
the $25.00 late registration fee, will be systemati- 
cally added to the student's account when they 
register. Students late registering will be billed 
during the next Cashier's Office billing cycle. 

3. Required fees are included in the rates listed above 
and must be paid by all students. Students are 



entitled to the services, facilities, and programs 
offered by the Student Center. Health Services. 
Transportation Office. Physical Education Depart- 
ment, and Athletics Department. An itemization of 
required fees will be provided upon request. 

4. Upon adding course work that results in an 
increased rate, students should pay at Room 1101, 
Pullen Hall. The tuition and fees charge is based 
on the official number of hours and courses carried 
at 5:00 p.m. on May 25. 2001 (First Summer 
Session and Ten-Week Session) and July 9. 2001 
(Second Summer Session). 

5. Returned Checks: A returned check fee of $25 will 
be assessed for dishonored checks. The University 
has the right to cancel the registration of any stu- 
dent whose tuition and fees are paid with a 
"returned" check. 

6. College of Engineering Fee: All students enrolled 
in the College of Engineering (including the BE. BEA 
BEE. BE.M. BAE and BEP curricula) will be charged 
this additional S15 per summer session fee. 

7. For additional information, contact: 

Universitv Cashier's Office 

1101 Pullen Hall 

Box 7213 

Raleigh. N'C 27695-7213 

Phone: (919) 515-2986 (Student Accounts Section) 
(919) 515-2988 (Cashier's Section) 
Toll-Free (888) NCSUUCO (627-8826) 
www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier/ 



WITHDRAWAL REFUND POLICY 



Summer Session I and Ten-Week Session 
Withdrawal Date Refund % 



On or before May 23, 2001 
Mav24, 2001 - Mav 25. 2001 
Mav28. 2001 - Mav 31. 2001 
June 1,2001 -June 11, 2001 
After June 11. 2001 



100% 

90% 

50% 

25% 

0% 



Summer Session II 
Withdrawal Date 

On or before Julv 5, 2001 
July 6, 2001 -Julv 9. 2001 
July 10, 2001 -Julv 13. 2001 
July 16, 2001 -Julv 24. 2001 
After Julv 24. 2001 



Refund % 

100% 

90% 

50* 

25% 
0% 



An administrative charge of 5% of the total tuition and 
fee, room rent, and meal plan charges not to exceed $100 
will be retained. 

Students who withdraw after June 11, 2001 (First and 
Ten-Week Sessions), July 24, 2001 (Second Session) or 
drop a course(s) after May 25, 2001 (First and Ten- Week 
Sessions), July 9, 2001 (Second Session) may file a re- 
fund application appeal in the Student Accounts Section 



of the University Cashier's Office. The appeal must be 
substantiated by medical reasons, unexpected employ- 
ment changes, death in the immediate family, or Uni- 
versity error and will be reviewed by the University Fee 
Appeals Committee. The deadline for filing a refund 
application appeal is June 22, 2001 (First and 
Ten-Week Sessions) and July 27. 2001 (Second 
Session). 



HOW TO ENROLL 



.4// students (including Lifelong Education students) 
will use the TRACS system to enroll in the 2001 Sum- 
mer Sessions. You will find detailed instructions on 



using TRACS in the front section of this Summer 
Sessions Bulletin. 



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GAINING ACCESS TO TRACS 



Continuing Lifelong Education students (those of you who 
are currently enrolled in the 2001 Spring Semester) have 
already been sent your Personal Identification Number 
(PIN), and may enroll by following the TRACS instructions. 
You are not required to complete the Lifelong Education 
Student Registration Application. Please note that it is ab- 
solutely imperative that you notify Registration and Records 
if your address should change. 

Re-entering Lifelong Education students (you have been 
enrolled at NC State through the Office of Adult Credit Pro- 
grams & Summer Sessions, but you are not currently en- 
rolled in the 2001 Spring Semester) must complete the Reg- 



istration Application and NC Residency Form which you 
will find in this section of the Bulletin. When you submit it 
to the Office of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions 
(by mail, by FAX, or in person at the McKimmon Center), 
you will be issued a PIN which will allow access to TRACS. 
New Lifelong Education students (you have never been en- 
rolled as a Lifelong Education student at NC State) must com- 
plete the Registration Application and NC Residency Form 
found in this section of the Bulletin. When you submit it to the 
Office of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions (by mail, 
by FAX, or in person at the McKimmon Center), you will be 
issued a PIN which will allow access to TRACS. 



TRACS REGISTRATION PERIODS 



REGISTRATION- Entrance to TRACS is done by spe- 
cific window access dates. Window access is based upon 
your current classification. All Lifelong Education students 
(UGS and PBS) who have obtained a PIN have a window 
access of April 4-May 8, 2001 for the First and Ten- Week 
Sessions and April 4-June 15, 2001 for the Second Session. 
The telephone lines will be open Monday through Friday 
from 7:30 a.m. to midnight and on Sunday from 2:00 p.m. 
to midnight. If you register during this time, your chances 
of enrolling in specific times and sections are much better 
than they will be later. You will be sent a bill for your 
tuition and fees and for any other debts (parking fines, 
overdue library book fines, etc.) that may have caused a 
"Hold" to be placed on your registration. Paying your tu- 
ition bill by May 10, 2001 at 5:00 p.m. for the First and 
Ten-Week Sessions and June 21, 2001 at 5:00 p.m. for the 
Second Session will result in your being mailed a confirm- 
ing copy of the schedule you have created for yourself us- 
ing TRACS. Failure to pay by these dates will result in 
your schedule being cancelled. 

LATE REGISTRATION- A Late Registration Period will 
be held May 14 through May 25, 2001 for the First and 



Ten- Week Sessions and June 21 through July 9, 2001 for 
the Second Session. This is clearly the less preferred of the 
registration periods. Keep in mind that many courses and 
sections may have been filled by students who registered 
during the Registration Period. Detailed instructions for 
completing late registration will be available at the Office 
of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions' Registra- 
tion Desk in the McKimmon Center. 

Students will not be required to pay tuition and fees in 
order access TRACS. Only students with past due debts or 
departmental holds must have their accounts cleared by 
the Cashier's Office to access TRACS. Tuition, fees and the 
$25.00 NON-REFUNDABLE late registration fee, will be 
systematically added to the student's account when they 
register. Students late registering will be billed during the 
next Cashier's Office billing cycle. 

NOTE: The TRACS system will be closed from 5:00 
p.m. on May 8, 2001 until 7:30 a.m. on May 14, 2001 
and from 5:00 p.m. on June 15, 2001 until 7:30 a.m. 
on June 21, 2001. 



DROP/ADD 



Once you have initially registered, you may make sched- 
ule changes (drop/add) anytime TRACS is operational. You 
are encouraged to make your schedule changes as soon as 
you are aware that they need to be made. 

TRACS will close officially at the end of the drop/add 
period (May 25, 2001 for the First and Ten-Week Ses- 
sions and July 9, 2001 for the Second Session). No adds 
will be allowed after these dates. 



NOTE: The May 25, 2001 date for the First and 
Ten-Week Sessions and July 9, 2001 for the 
Second Session is the last day to drop or with- 
draw with a refund or reduction in rates. Please 
refer to the Withdrawal Refund Policy on page 22. 

All drops processed by Lifelong Education students after 
the dates listed above must be handled in person at the 
McKimmon Center Registration Desk. 



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IMPORTANT DATES FOR SUMMER 2001 



Dates of great importance to you! Please remember that 
LIFELONG EDUCATION STUDENTS MUST AD- 
HERE TO ALL DATES AND DEADLINES SET BY 
THE UNIVERSITY just as do degree candidates: 

First Session 



May 23 
May 25 



June 6 



June 8 



First day of classes 

Last day to register (includes payment 
of tuition and fees) or to add a course. 
Last day to drop a course with a refund. 
(NOTE: The tuition and fees charge is 
based on the number of hours and 
courses officially carried at 5:00 p.m. 
on this day.) TRACS closes at 5:00 p.m. 

. Last day to withdraw or drop a course 
at the 400 level or below without a 
grade, last day to change from credit to 
audit at the 400 level or below, last day 
for all students to change from letter 
grade to credit only. 

. Last day to withdraw or drop a course 
at the 500-900 level, last day to change 
from credit to audit at the 500-900 level. 



Second Session 



July 5 
July 9 



July 19 



First day of classes 
Last day to register (includes payment 
of tuition and fees) or to add a course. 
Last day to drop a course with a refund. 
(NOTE: The tuition and fees charge is 
based on the number of hours and 
courses officially carried at 5:00 p.m. 
on this day.) TRACS closes at 5:00 p.m. 
Last day to withdraw or drop a course 
at the 400 level or below without a 
grade, last day to change from credit to 
audit at the 400 level or below, last day 
for all students to change from letter 
grade to credit only. 



July 20 Last day to withdraw or drop a course 

at the 500-900 level, last day to change 
from credit to audit at the 500-900 level. 

Ten-Week Session 

May 23(24)* First day of classes 

May 25 Last day to register (includes payment 

of tuition and fees) or to add a course. 
Last day to drop a course with a refund. 
(NOTE: The tuition and fees charge is 
based on the number of hours and 
courses officially carried at 5:00 p.m. 
on this day.) TRACS closes at 5:00 p.m. 

June 20(21)* Last day to withdraw or drop a course 

at the 400 level or below without a 
grade, last day to change from credit to 
audit at the 400 level or below, last day 
for all students to change from letter 
grade to credit only. 

June 25(26)* Last day to withdraw or drop a course 

at the 500-900 level, last day to change 
from credit to audit at the 500-900 
level. 

*First date for Monday/Wednesday classes. Date in par- 
entheses for Tuesday/Thursday classes. 

Dropping ALL of the courses for which you are regis- 
tered constitutes WITHDRAWING from the University. 
If you find it necessary to drop ALL of your courses, you 
must initiate the WITHDRAWAL process with the Of- 
fice of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions. 



STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARDS 



North Carolina State University has a permanent 
photo ID/registration Card called the AllCampus Card. 
AllCampus Cards are used to gain access to various cam- 
pus activities including: D. H. Hill Library, Student 
Health Service, physical education activities, Student Ac- 
counts, athletic events, and University Dining's meal 
plan program. The AllCampus Card is also the card used 
by debit account depositors to access their funds at Uni- 
versity Dining locations, the NCSU Bookstore, and the 
University Laundry. 

No fares are required on Wolfline buses of students 
showing a valid AllCampus Card. 

Students continuing their studies during the Summer 
Sessions will use the cards they currently possess. New 



students can have their pictures taken and AllCampus 
Cards made at the West Dunn Building located on the 
corner of Dan Allen Drive and Thurman Drive. 

Office hours will be extended until 7:00 p.m. on May 
23 and again on July 5. 

Lost/stolen cards can be replaced any regular business 
day at the AllCampus Office from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 
p.m. There is a nonrefundable $15.00 service charge for 
this replacement. For additional information, telephone 
(919)515-3090. 

For more information please come by the AllCampus 
office. 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 



Citizens from other countries who have been given 
Permanent Resident Status in the U.S. should register 
in person for their initial semester as a Lifelong Educa- 
tion student and should bring their Alien Registration 
Cards ("green cards") with them at the time of registra- 
tion. 



For more information, contact the Office of Interna- 
tional Scholar and Student Services, 208 Daniels Hall, 
(919)515-2961. 



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c 



GRADE INQUIRY 



GRADE REPORTS ARE NOT MAILED AT THE END OF EACH SUMMER SESSION. 

The Department of Registration and Records provides four methods in which students may gain access to term grades. 

D 



TRACS LINK - http://www.ncsu.edu/reg_records/ 



TELEPHONE - 515-NCSU (6278) 

(Grades are available through TRACS at any time while the TRACS system is open) 

Grades are reported within 24 to 48 hours after instructors submit them to University Registrar's Office. 




TRACS 



Enter your 
Student ID # 



Enter your PIN I I I I I 



MAIN MENU OPTIONS 

^ Registration 
"^l Grade Inquiry 



SEMESTER CODES 

3 Fall [TJ Summer I 

and Ten- Week 

2\\ Spring [4J Summer II 



Enter the two digit code for the year you wish 
to access grades. 

example: To access grades for 2001 
Enter [7J][T] 



Course and Grade will be spoken. 
To select another term, press [TJ 



OR 



TOLL FREE: 1-877-MY-GRADE (694-7233) 

Grades are provided toll free and are available telephonically during the exam period until 
approximately two weeks in the next succeeding session or semester. 

IN WRITING: A printed copy of summer session grades will be issued only at the written request or authoriza 

tion of the student concerned. The written request should be submitted after the first day of 
classes, but before the last day of classes, each session and should include the following infor- 
mation: student's full name, student identification number and correct correspondence address. 
Requests for printed summer session grade reports should be mailed to: Department of Registra- 
tion and Records, Box 7313, NCSU, Raleigh, NC 27695-7313. 

IN PERSON: Students may come in person to the Department of Registration and Records, 1000 Harris Hall, 

and request a printed copy of grades for their last enrolled term. The student should see one of 
the Student Services Representatives and show a picture I.D. to receive grades. Office hours are 
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. 



117 



NC STATE STUDENT RIGHT-TO-KNOW DISCLOSURE 



Data from The University of North Carolina Adminis- 
tration show that of the first-time bachelor degree-seek- 
ing freshman students who entered NC State in Fall 
1993, 64.6% have graduated with a baccalaureate degree 
from NC State, and an additional 4.5% have transferred 
and received a baccalaureate degree from another UNC 



system institution as of Fall 1999. In addition 4.3% of 
the 1993 freshmen cohort were still enrolled at NC State 
and 2.0% were still enrolled at another UNC system in- 
stitution as of Fall 1999. This information is provided 
pursuant to requirements of the Student Right-to-Know 
and Campus Security Act of 1990. 



LATE DROPS OR WITHDRAWALS 



The deadlines for dropping a course(s) or withdrawing 
from the University (dropping all courses for which en- 
rolled) are listed under "Important Dates for Summer 
2001" (above). 

THE UNIVERSITY'S OFFICIAL DROP (WITH- 
DRAWAL) DEADLINES APPLY TO ALL CURRENTLY 
ENROLLED STUDENTS INCLUDING LIFELONG 
EDUCATION STUDENTS. It is considered that after the 
last day of the official drop period a student has become 
a partner in an implied contract with the University to 
continue until the end of the session. Therefore, with- 
drawals without academic penalty are granted only when 
exceptional circumstances exist. 

Lifelong Education students may petition to receive 
late withdrawals under the following three conditions: 

1. Certification by a physician of inability to continue 
for medical reasons. Such medical petitions must 
be on the physician's letterhead. 



2. Certification by an employer of inability to continue 
for work-related reasons. Such certifications must 
be on the employer's letterhead and signed by a 
supervisor. 

3. Verification by the Office of Adult Credit Programs 
& Summer Sessions of a documented hardship other 
than medical or work-related. The hardship must 
be one normally beyond the student's control or for 
which the consequences were reasonably unforesee- 
able. 

A letter of petition from the student should accompany 
the documentation noted above. Petitions for late drops 
or withdrawals for Lifelong Education students must be 
initiated at the Registration Desk, McKimmon Center 
and approved by the Office of Adult Credit Programs & 
Summer Sessions. Call (919) 515-2265 for additional in- 
formation. 



FIRST-YEAR COURSE REPEAT POLICY 



(For courses first attempted Fall 1995 and afterwards) 



Effects 



The eligible student who repeats a course while elect- 
ing that the first-year course repeat policy apply will 
have the grade points and the credit hours attempted 
and earned on the first completion of the course 
removed from the calculation of the cumulative grade 
point average and from the calculation of the total 
hours attempted regardless of the grade earned on 
the second attempt. The modification of the cumula- 
tive grade point average which will result from the 
removal of the grade points and credit hours 
attempted and earned on the first completion of the 
course will be calculated and recorded on the student's 
record after the second completion of the course. 
The course title and grade for the first completion will 
be shown on the official record with a code (R) to 
indicate that it was repeated and the first grade was 
removed from the computation of the cumulative 
grade point average. 

The recorded grade point average of the student for 
the semester in which the course was originally taken 
will not be changed. 

Repeating a course and exercising the first-year 
course repeat policy does not retroactively change the 
status of the student as to semester academic honors, 
academic warning, probation, or suspension in prior 
semesters. 



■ Many graduate and professional schools recompute 
grade point averages in the process of considering an 
applicant for admission to such programs. This recom- 
putation of grade point averages may include restor- 
ing the cumulative grade point average effects of 
initial attempts at courses repeated under this policy. 

Eligibility 

■ The initial attempt and the repeat under this policy 
must be an NC State course; 

■ The course being repeated was completed for the first 
time after the Summer Session II 1995; 

■ The course being repeated must be at the 100- 
or 200-level; 

■ The student received a grade below C- in the course 
that is repeated; and 

■ Both attempts of the course were for letter grades; no 
unsuccessful audits or credit-only attempts may be 
repeated nor may the repeats under the policy be made 
for audit or credit-only; 

■ The student has not received credit for an advanced 
course dealing with the same subject matter as the 
course being repeated; 

■ The first attempt of the course must have occurred 
within 12 months of the student's initial enrollment 
in any classification at NC State; this period is not 
lengthened by voluntary or involuntary failure to 



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enroll in subsequent semesters or summer sessions, 
nor by enrolling at less than a minimum full time load, 
following the initial date of enrollment; 
The second attempt is for the same course or for an 
approved substitute course (see "Listing of Approved 
Substitute Courses for the First-Year Course Repeat 
Policy"); 

The second attempt occurs in a regular semester or 
summer session which ends within 12 months of 
completion of the first attempt of the course; if the 
course is not available during that period or if the 
student is not enrolled when it is available, then the 
second attempt must occur in the next regular semes- 
ter during which the student is enrolled at NC State 
and the course is available; 

The total number of courses repeated by the student 
under this policy will not exceed two (2) courses nor 
will the total of the hours of such courses exceed eight 
(8) hours, nor will the total number of courses repeated 
under this policy combined with those repeated 
under the Course Repeat Without Penalty Policy 
exceed three (3) courses nor will the total hours of 
such courses exceed twelve (12) hours; 
The Application for First-Year Course Repeat is filed 
by the student with the Department of Registration 



and Records on or before the "last day to drop a course 
without a grade for courses at the 400 level and 
below" of the semester or summer session in which 
the course is repeated. 

Procedures 

■ Students are advised to consult with their academic 
advisers in making the decision to elect a course 
repeat under this policy. 

■ The student must submit an Application for First- Year 
Course Repeat to the Department of Registration and 
Records on or before the last day to drop a course 
without a grade at the 400 level or below of the 
semester or summer session in which the course is 
repeated. Forms may be obtained from faculty advis- 
ers, departmental coordinators of advising, associate 
deans for academic programs, and the Department of 
Registration and Records. 

Warning Regarding Timing of Filing Necessary Forms 

This policy requires the election of the repeat under the 
policy to be made early in the semester during which the 
repeat of the course is being attempted. 



MATHEMATICS ALTERNATIVES FOR ADULT STUDENTS 



Mathematics is a stumbling block for many adults, more 
so than most other courses. However, it is reasonable to 
expect that anyone capable of doing college-level work is 
capable of mastering mathematics through introductory 
calculus without undue stress. It is a matter of approach- 
ing the subject systematically and progressively, not at- 
tempting more advanced concepts and skills until profi- 
cient in preliminary and prerequisite concepts and skills. 
Some guidelines are: 

1. Introductory calculus (MA 121, MA 131) requires a 
sound and current background in a precalculus 
course (MA 107). MA 141 requires such a back- 
ground in MA 111 or MA 107 and MA 108. 

2. The precalculus courses (MA 107 and MA 111) 
assume a minimum of recent successful completion 
of two years of high school algebra and one year of 
formal geometry. Students who lack mastery of 
algebra but have been exposed to two years of high 
school algebra can take an intermediate algebra 
course (MA 101), a course that reviews main topics 
covered in high school Algebra I and Algebra II. This 
course is not recommended for beginning algebra 
students or for students whose past algebra work 
in high school was especially poor. This type of 
student should first study beginning algebra at 
another school such as a community college. 

3. Generally, it is advisable to enroll in the highest 
level course you can handle and for which you 
satisfy all prerequisites unless you are extremely 



anxious about the subject. If you really feel very 
little confidence in your math ability, then take 
particular care in selecting your first course. 

4. Some persons are sufficiently apprehensive about 
mathematics that they benefit from assistance in 
overcoming this anxiety prior to or concurrently 
with enrolling in a mathematics refresher program. 
The Counseling Center offers workshops on 
academic related issues such as study skills, test 
anxiety, time management, and test taking. Indi- 
vidual assistance is also provided for personal, 
academic, and vocational issues. 

5. Once enrolled in a math course, a source of on-going 
assistance is the Mathematics Audio-Visual Tuto- 
rial Center in 244 Harrelson Hall, (919) 513-2300. 
Also, subject to availability of funds, Tutorial 
Sessions which provide additional help in some 
math courses are offered in the evening. The sched- 
ule for these Sessions will be posted on the bulletin 
board near Harrelson 244. 

6. If you need more help in determining where to start, 
especially with other than introductory courses, talk 
with the Coordinator of Classroom Instruction, 
Department of Mathematics, 255 Harrelson Hall, 
(919) 513-2288. If you are relatively certain you 
need to start with an elementary course, but wish 
more information, talk with the coordinator of MA 
101, Department of Mathematics, Science and 
Technology Education, 326 Poe Hall, (919) 515-2239. 



NOTE: The NC State University Lifelong Education Mathematics Placement Exam assesses mathematical 
skill for appropriate course placement. Before enrolling in an NCSU mathematics course, Lifelong Education stu- 
dents must talk with an adviser to determine eligibility for mathematics course registration. Telephone 515-2406 to 
talk with an adviser or to schedule an appointment. 



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TRANSCRIPTS 



An official North Carolina State University transcript 
is a complete record of a student's academic work at the 
University. These transcripts are issued on official 
"SCRIP-SAFE" paper and carry the pre-printed signa- 
ture of the University Registrar, the date of issue, and 
the pre-printed seal of the University. 

An official transcript is issued only at the written re- 
quest or authorization of the student concerned. Tran- 
script requests must be made in writing, either by mail. 
FAX. or in person to the Department of Registration and 
Records, 1000 Harris Hall. Box 7313. North Carolina 
State University, Raleigh. North Carolina 27695-7313. 
FAX (919) 515-2376. TELEPHONE REQUESTS FOR 
TRANSCRIPTS WILL NOT BE HONORED. 

When making a request, one must include one's full 
name (including any names one may have used while at 
NC State), social security number, date of birth, date of 



last attendance and the exact address (including ZIP 
code) where the transcript is to be sent. 

Requests received in person or by mail must be accom- 
panied by a check or money order for S5.00. FAX requests 
must be accompanied by a Visa or MasterCard number 
and will be billed at the S5.00 rate. NOTE: The trans- 
mittal of transcripts from the Department of Registra- 
tion and Records via FAX will be billed to a Visa or 
MasterCard number at a cost of $10.00 per transcript. 
These fees are nonrefundable. 

Transcript requests will normally be processed at time 
of request. However, a longer period of time may be re- 
quired for processing at the end of each semester. 

Official transcripts are not issued for those people who 
are indebted to the University until such indebtedness 
is paid or satisfactorily adjusted. 



NX STATE SUMMER PARKING INFORMATION 



North Carolina State University has available park- 
ing during summer school. All students, faculty, and staff 
must display a valid parking permit between the hours 
of 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Per- 
mits and permit information can be obtained at the 
Transportation Office located in the Administrative Ser- 
vices Center on Sullivan Drive. For more information, 
visit our website at uuw2.acs.ncsu.edu/trans/. 

For those students who want to park their personal 
vehicle on campus during the summer: 

1 . Please bring your AllCampus Card or valid ID when 
purchasing a parking permit. 

2. Permits are sold based on availability in each zone. 
The cost of the permit is prorated, based on the date 
of purchase. 

3. Summer school permits are valid for both sessions 
and there are no refunds given for summer school 
permits once purchased. 

4. Students whose classes begin after 5:00 p.m. can 
park on campus without a parking permit in any 
unreserved space/lot between 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 
a.m. Monday through Friday, weekends and 
official University holidays. You may not park in 
spaces marked "24 hour reserved", accessibility 
spaces, fire lanes, no parking areas, grass or the 
sidewalks at any time. 

Regularly scheduled Wolfline bus service is available 
through all summer sessions. The Wolfline is free to all 
NC State Universitv students, staff and faculty. An 



AllCampus Card is required to ride the bus. All Wolfline 
buses are fully accessible to the handicapped. 
Buses run around the Main Campus area and then run 
in a variety of directions servicing the outlying campuses, 
park & ride lots and University Housing such as the 
Avent Ferry Complex and ES King Village. There are 6 
day routes and one evening route. Day buses operate 
every 15-40 minutes, depending on the route. Evening 
buses operate every 40 minutes. 

Parking in the Park & Ride lots is free and no permit 
is required. Overnight parking is not permitted and vio- 
lators are towed. During the summer, there are two Park 
& Ride lots. The Varsity Park & Ride is located south of 
Western Blvd. on the northeast corner of Varsity Dr. and 
Marcom St.. just south of the McKimmon Center park- 
ing lot. The Westgrove Park & Ride lot is located north 
of Western Blvd., at Blue Ridge Rd. and Westgrove St. 
ve St. is the first street to the north of the Kmart 
shopping complex. 

For more information on Summer Service, call 515- 
WOLF at the start of the semester. Pick up a Summer 
Wolfline Transit Guide. They are available all over cam- 
pus and on the buses. Detailed information on bus 
service including timetables and maps is also 
available on our internet site. It is accessible by 
typing uuu2.acs.ncsu.edu/trans/. The Transportation 
Department's phone number is 515-3424. 



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NCSU BOOKSTORES 



Summer hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.. Monday-Friday. 



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EVENING HOURS ESCORT SERVICE 



The Department of Public Safety provides an evening 
escort service. Student Patrol officers will provide walk- 
ing escorts from the onset of darkness until midnight. 
Escort requests are answered as soon as possible follow- 
ing the request. To summon the Student Patrol officer 



call Public Safety. 515-3333. or simply pick up a 
"blue-light" telephone. Blue-light telephones are located 
strategically around campus and are clearly marked by 
blue lights which are on 24 hours a day. Telephones are 
connected directly to the Public Safety switchboard. 



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IMPORTANT UNIVERSITY TELEPHONE NUMBERS 



Adult Credit Programs & 

Summer Sessions 515-2265 

Adult Student Services Office 515-7007 

Registration and Records 515-2572 

University Cashier and Student Accounts .... 515-2986 
Financial Aid 515-2421 



Undergraduate Admissions 515-2434 

Counseling Center 515-2423 

Graduate Admissions 515-2872 

Graduate Student Records 515-2871 

Campus Security 515-3333 



COMPUTING AT NC STATE - YOUR UNITY ACCOUNT - REGISTERING 
FOR CLASSES VIA THE WEB 



Unity is NC State University's distributed computing 
environment. All Lifelong Education students have ac- 
cess to this computing network and many information 
sources on campus and around the world. Through this 
network, students can obtain access to the Internet, vari- 
ous software applications, and e-mail. In addition to be- 
ing an invaluable research tool, the Internet provides 
students vast information about NC State University (in- 
cluding information on admission, colleges and curricula, 
financial aid, libraries, registration and records, student 
accounts, etc.) via the University's web site located at 
http://www.ncsu.edu. Many instructors also use the 
Unity system as an integral part of their courses. Con- 
tinuing students have immediate access to their unity 
account. For new and re-entering students, a Unity ac- 



count is automatically generated within a couple of days 
following the processing of the Lifelong Education Stu- 
dent Registration Application. Login IDs and additional 
details regarding use of the system may be obtained from 
Computing Services consultants. Call 515-HELP (4357), 
or stop by Room 208, Hillsborough Building. Informa- 
tion regarding the Unity system is also available at 
http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/cc/pub/unity.html. After 
an account has been established, students can register 
for their courses on the web by selecting TRACS LINK 
from the Registration and Records home page located at 
http://www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/reg_records/, in addition to 
registering via touch-tone telephone. On-campus and off- 
campus access to the system is available. 



IMPORTANT UNIVERSITY WEB SITES 



Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions 

Graduate School 

NC State Course Catalog 

NC State University 

Office of Financial Aid 

Registration and Records 

TRACS & Registration Information 

Transportation 

Undergraduate Admissions 

University Cashier's Office 



www.ncsu.edu/acp 

www2.acs.ncsu.edu/grad/ 

www2.acs.ncsu.edu/reg_records/crs_cat/directory.html 

www.ncsu.edu 

www.fis.ncsu.edu/financial_aid/ 

www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/reg_records/ 

www2.ncsu.edu/ncsu/reg_records/tracs.html 

www2.acs.ncsu.edu/trans/ 

www.fis.ncsu.edu/UGA/ 

www.fis.ncsu.edu/cashier 



EVENING DEGREE PROGRAMS 



Students who work full-time during the day or have 
other extensive daytime responsibilities may be able to 
complete an undergraduate degree during the evening 
hours at NC State. While NC State does not have an 
"evening college" or separately administered evening 
degree programs, NC State does allow students admit- 
ted to degree programs to attend classes on a part-time, 
as well as a full-time, basis. Students arrange their own 
class schedules each semester from University course 
offerings and may choose evening classes, daytime 
classes, or a combination of the two. 

The University and the College of Humanities and 
Social Sciences (CHASS) try very hard to assure that 
courses to meet the bachelor of arts general education 
requirements will be offered in the evening hours over 
the course of several semesters. In addition, a number of 
departments in CHASS make enough course work avail- 
able in the evening hours within several years that stu- 
dents in selected majors are able to pursue a degree in 
the evening. These majors include: 



• Communication (Public and Interpersonal Commu- 
nication and Public Relations options) 

• English (including the Rhetoric, Writing and Lan- 
guage option) 

• History 

• Multidisciplinary Studies (see below for further 
information) 

• Political Science 

• Sociology (including Criminology) 

• Spanish 

For further information about these degree programs, 
contact Lynda Hambourger, Coordinator of Evening Pro- 
grams, CHASS, (919) 515-3638. 

Evening degree students may make use of transfer 
credits, credit-by-examination credits, and CLEP 
(College-Level Examination Program) credits to complete 
degree requirements. They may also use credits earned 
through cable-TV courses, videocassette courses, and 



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Independent Studies (correspondence) courses. These last 
options are discussed in more detail below. 

CHASS undergraduate evening degree students may 
receive registration materials through the mail. To be 
put on the mailing list, such students should contact 
Lynda Hambourger, Coordinator of Evening Programs, 
CHASS, (919)515-3638. 

At the graduate level, a number of degree programs 
are available in the late afternoon or evening hours. 
These include: 

* Accounting 

* Economics 

* Education (most but not all programs; refer to the 
specific department for further information) 



• English 

• Industrial Engineering 

• History (including Archival Management) 

• Liberal Studies (see below for further information) 

• Life Sciences 

• Master of Science in Management 

• Public Administration 

• Technical Communication 

Contact the appropriate department for further informa- 
tion. 

Other undergraduate and graduate degree programs 
may be made available in the late afternoon and evening 
when both demand and resources are sufficient to offer 
them. 



MULTIDISCIPLINARY STUDIES CONCENTRATIONS 
FOR EVENING STUDENTS 



A bachelor of arts degree in multidisciplinary studies 
(MDS) may be an attractive option for adult evening stu- 
dents for several reasons: 

* Because it follows the CHASS general education re- 
quirements, the MDS degree provides students with the 
writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills and the 
knowledge of our own and other cultures characteristic 
of a strong liberal arts education. 

• Under the MDS program, students have the opportu- 
nity to design their own majors by organizing a concen- 
tration or field of specialization from two or more aca- 
demic disciplines. For example, a concentration in Busi- 
ness Organization and Communication might combine 
courses in business management, communication, and 
computer science. A concentration in American Studies 
might combine courses in English, history, and political 
science. A concentration in Advertising might combine 
courses in business management, English, and psychol- 
ogy. In addition to using NC State evening courses (such 
departments as Accounting, Business Management, Com- 
munication, Computer Science, Economics, English, 



Foreign Languages and Literatures, History, Mathemat- 
ics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology and An- 
thropology offer upper-level undergraduate courses in the 
evening hours), evening students may also use transfer 
courses, independent study courses, and, if their sched- 
ule permits, NC State daytime courses, to build their 
major concentration. 

• The MDS program allows a large number of free elec- 
tive credits, giving students room to put transfer and 
other previously earned credits that do not meet general 
education or major (concentration) requirements. For 
students who do not have a large number of transfer cred- 
its, these free elective slots may be used to pursue a mi- 
nor course of study in one of the departments that offers 
sufficient evening courses or to take other course work 
of interest. 

MDS concentrations are designed with the help of an 
adviser and must meet MDS guidelines and be approved 
by the faculty MDS committee. For further information, 
contact Lynda Hambourger, Coordinator of Evening Pro- 
grams, CHASS, (919) 515-3638. 



THE MALS PROGRAM 



The Master of Arts in Liberal Studies degree at NC 
State is a broad, interdisciplinary program of part-time 
graduate study that integrates and expands awareness 
and that is geared to a student's personal interests. Each 
student, in consultation with an academic adviser, de- 
signs an individual program of study. This curriculum 
will be based on an interdisciplinary theme or topic that 
is of intrinsic interest to the student or that relates to 
the student's professional or vocational interests. Stu- 
dents will have the opportunity to take regular courses 
from a number of NC State departments. They will also 
take special MALS seminars designed specifically for the 
MALS program and taught by "master teachers" at NC 
State. 

The degree requirements consist of 30 credits of course 
work, or 10 three-credit-hour courses, including: 



1) three MALS seminars 

2) six courses that make up the student's interdiscipli- 
nary concentration 

3) a three-credit-hour culminating project 

Students will be free to design their own individual 
six-course interdisciplinary concentrations. Examples of 
concentrations that are well supported by graduate 
courses, presently in the NC State curriculum are: 

Science, Technology, and Society 

National and International Issues and Decision-Making 

The American Experience 

For further information contact Dr. David Greene, Head, 
Division of Multidisciplinary Studies, 2806 Hillsborough 
Street, (919)515-2470. 



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CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS 



NC State offers several Certificate Programs which are 
structured packages of courses intended to provide spe- 
cific knowledge and skills for persons who either do not 
need or want a complete degree program in the subject. 
These programs are expressly for Lifelong Education stu- 
dents. 

The courses required for these programs are generally 
available day and evening in each regular semester and 
during the summer sessions. Although every class may 
not be offered in the evenings every semester, the selec- 
tion usually permits the student to complete the program 
in approximately two years. 



Certificate Programs currently available are: 

1) Computer Programming (for PBS students only) 

2) Gerontology (for PBS students only) 

3) Human Communication Processes 

4) Management Development (for PBS students only) 

5) Training and Development (for PBS students only) 

6) Professional Writing 

7) Textiles (for PBS students only) 

For additional descriptive and informational material, 
contact the Office of Adult Credit Programs & Summer 
Sessions' Registration Desk at the McKimmon Center, 
(919) 515-2265. 



DISTANCE EDUCATION CREDIT COURSES 



A number of NC State courses are available off cam- 
pus to individuals who require the accessibility and flex- 
ibility of off-campus study. Through videocassette, cable 
TV (Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Knightdale, Raleigh, 
Zebulon-Channel 18), internet, and live off-campus instruc- 
tion, the University extends its academic resources across 
North Carolina and around the country. 

In addition to providing academic credit toward edu- 
cational goals, Distance Education courses are a means for 



developing professional skills and satisfying intellectual 
curiosities. Complete graduate programs are available in 
a growing number of areas while a variety of individual 
courses are available, at all levels, in many disciplines. 

For additional information, contact Adult Credit Pro- 
grams & Summer Sessions, (919) 515-2265. 



INDEPENDENT STUDIES 



In addition to the classes listed in this Bulletin, many 
undergraduate courses are available through the Inde- 
pendent Studies (correspondence instruction) program. 
This program allows students to enroll at any time, to 
work at their own pace, and to take up to nine months to 
complete a course. For information, contact the Office of 



Academic Programs and Services, The Friday Center for 
Continuing Education, Campus Box #1020, University 
of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599- 
1020. Telephone (919) 962-1134, (800) 862-5669, or visit 
their website at www.fridaycenter.unc.edu. Course list- 
ings are also available at the McKimmon Center. 



COURSES BY CABLE TV 



North Carolina State University courses are cablecast 
each semester on the Cooperating Raleigh Colleges 
Education Channel ( Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, 
Knightdale, Raleigh, Zebulon and other communities- 
Channel 18). Registrants "attend class" by viewing the 
televised lectures. These lectures are pre-recorded with 
on-campus students present and include their questions 
and discussions. Interaction with the faculty and testing 
takes place by mail, telephone, e-mail, FAX, and visits 
to campus. The cable course schedules coincide with the 
regular semester on an approximate one-week delay ba- 
sis. 

Courses by Cable TV for Summer 2001 (preliminary list): 

BUS 225 Personal Finance (3 cr.) 

EAC 745 Death and Dying: A Life Span Issue (3 cr.) 



To obtain expanded descriptions (INFOFACTS) 
of current cable course offerings and registra- 
tion forms, visit the Distance Education web site: 
http://distance.ncsu.edu/ or contact NC State 
University's Office of Adult Credit Programs & 
Summer Sessions by phone (919) 515-2265, e-mail: 
distance_ed@ncsu.edu, or come to the McKimmon Cen- 
ter, corner of Western Boulevard and Gorman Street. 
Note: It is not possible to register in Courses by Cable 
through TRACS. 



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COURSES BY INTERNET 



Each semester North Carolina State University offers 
selected credit courses to students by Internet deliver. - . 
Course information and materials for Courses by Internet 
are available on-line. For additional information and ba- 
sic computer requirements, visit the Distance Education 
web site: http://distance.ncsu.edu/ or contact the 
Office of Adult Credit Programs & Summer Sessions. 

Courses by Internet for Summer 2001 (preliminary list): 

ACC 210 Accounting I Concepts of Financial Report- 
ing (3 cr.) 
BIO 105 Biology in the Modern World ( 3 cr.) 
CS 210 Residential Lawn Management (3 cr.) 

ENG 208 Studies in Fiction (3 cr.) 
ENG 252 Major American Writers (3 cr.) 
ENG 261 English Literature I (3 cr.) 
FS 453 Food Laws and Regulations (3 cr.) 

FS 4951 Special Topics Food Science: Introduction 
to HACCP (3 cr.) 



FS 553 Food Laws and Regulations (3 cr.) 

HI 270 Modern Middle East (3 cr.) 

PS 201 American Politics and Government (3 cr.) 

SSC 341 Soil Fertility and Fertilizers (3 cr.) 

SSC 470 Wetland Soils (3 cr.) 

SSC495G Special Topics in Soil Science: GIS in 

Agriculture and the Environment (3 cr.) 

SSC 532 Soil Microbiology (4 cr.) 

SSC 570 Wetland Soils (3 cr.) 

To obtain expanded descriptions (INFOFACTS) of cur- 
rent Internet course offerings and registration forms, 
visit the web site at http://distance.ncsu.edu/ or con- 
tact NC State University's Office of Adult Credit Pro- 
grams & Summer Sessions by phone (919) 515-2265, 
e-mail: distance_edgncsu.edu, or come to the McKimmon 
Center, corner of Western Boulevard and Gorman Street. 
Note: It is not possible to register in Courses b\ Internet 
through TRACS. 



COURSES BY VIDEO 



Each semester North Carolina State University offers 
credit courses on cable television. After completing their 
first run on cable, these courses are then made available 
by videocassette during selected semesters. Registrants 
using our Courses by Video program rent a full set of 
course tapes for use during the semester. They view the 
class presentations and complete the assignments, work- 
ing with the original faculty member who also provides 
the administration of the course and interacts with the 
student. 

Courses by Video for Summer 2001 (preliminary list): 

ANT 254 Language and Culture (3 cr.) 

BUS 305 Legal and Regulatory Environment (3 cr.) 

ENG 209 Introduction to Shakespeare (3 cr.) 

ENG(FL) 221 Literature of the Western World I (3 cr.) 

GN 301 Genetics in Human Affairs (3 cr.) 

HI 252 Modern American History (3 cr.) 

NL\ 105 Mathematics of Finance (3 cr.) 

MA 107 Precalculus I (3 cr.) 

NTR 301 Introduction to Modern Nutrition (3 cr.) 



PA 513 Public Organization Behavior (3 cr.) 

PE 230 Step Aerobics (1 cr.) 

PRT 220 Commercial Recreation and Tourism 

Management (3 cr.) 
PRT 320 Convention and Visitor Services (3 cr.) 

PS 301 The Presidency and Congress (3 cr.) 

PS 312 Introduction to Public Administration (3 cr.) 

ZO 495A Special Topics in Zoology: Introduction to 

Histology (3 cr.) 

To obtain expanded descriptions (INFOFACTS) of 
current video course offerings and registration 
forms, visit the Distance Education web site: 
http://distance.ncsu.edu/ or contact NC State 
University's Office of Adult Credit Programs & 
Summer Sessions by phone (919) 515-2265. e-mail: 
distance_edgncsu.edu, or come to the McKimmon Cen- 
ter, corner of Western Boulevard and Gorman Street. 
Note: It is not possible to register in Courses b\ Video 
through TRACS. 



SCHEDULE OF AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLASSES 



The following afternoon and evening classes are sched- 
uled primarily for the convenience of Lifelong Education 
students and Evening Degree students who are unable 
to attend day classes. 

Freshman courses are numbered 100-199: sophomore 
courses are numbered 200-299; junior and senior courses 
are numbered 300-499. Courses numbered 500 and 600 
are taught the Masters level and most are available to 
advanced undergraduates. Doctoral courses are num- 
bered 700 and 800. Graduate courses numbered at the 



500 and 700 levels are letter graded (A+ . . F). while 600 
and 800 le\'el courses are S/U graded. Courses regularly 
letter graded (A+ . . .F) may not be taken for S/U grading 
by graduate students. Courses numbered in the 900 se- 
ries are open to College of Veterinary Medicine students. 
Consent of the department is required for all practicum 
and individual "special topics" or "special problems" 
courses as well as internships and theses or disserta- 
tion research. Refer to the University Course Catalog for 
course descriptions and prerequisites. 



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2001 

EVENING CLASSES 

Late Afternoon 

and Evening 
Class Schedule 

First Summer Session 
May 23-June 29, 2001 

Ten-Week Summer Session 
May 23-August 8, 2001 




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SUMMER SESSIONS FACULTY 



Kim Adreaus, M.A., Visiting Instructor, Social Work 

Duane Akroyd, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Adult and Community College 

Education 
Melissa Alsgaard, M.A Visiting Lecturer, English 
David Richard Ambaras, MA, Assistant Professor, History 
Maxine P. Atkinson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 
Aram Attarian, MA. Associate Professor, Parks, Recreation and Tourism 

Management 
Patty Aune. MA, Lab Supervisor, Biological Sciences 
David Franklin Austin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Philosophy and Religion 

B 

David S. Ball, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Economics 

Alton Banks, Ph.D., Professor, Chemistry 

Chad Beck, M.A, Visiting Lecturer, English 

Ray Braman Benson, Jr., Ph.D., Professor, Materials Science and Engineering 

A. Lynn Berle, M.Ed., Associate Professor, Physical Education 

William L. Bingham, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Civil Engineering 

Paul F. Bitting, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Educational Research and Leadership 

Program 
Cheryl Block, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Michael A. Boles, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace 

Engineering 
Albert S. Boyers, Jr., MSME. Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
Thomas M. Bradicich, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant Professor, Electrical and 

Computer Engineering 
David J. Bradley, Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer 

Engineering 
Richard R. Braham, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Forestry 
Theodore J. Branoff, M.S., Visiting Lecturer, Mathematics, Science and 

Technology Education 
Bruce C. Branson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Business Management 
Kenneth Brinson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Educational Research and 

Leadership Program 
Tony Brock, MGD, Assistant Professor, Graphic Design 
Joel V. Brothers, M.A.T., Associate Professor, Physical Education 
Deborah Brown, M.S., Adjunct Professor, Business Management 
Kathy Hamilton Brown, M.S., Instructor, Parks, Recreation and Tourism 

Management 
Phillip Brown, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Chemistry 
Terry Brown, Ph.D., Visiting Instructor, Social Work 
William S. Bryan, M.S., Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant, Wood and 

Paper Science 
Robert Buchko, MA, Visiting Lecturer, English 
Carl L. Bumgardner, Ph.D., Professor, Chemistry 
James L. Burrow, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Adult and Community College 

Education 



Joseph William Caddell, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant Professor, History 

Susan Cady, M.S., Lab Demonstrator, Chemistry 

Stephen L. Campbell, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Patricia C. Caple, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Communication 

Richard Edward Chandler, PhD ., Professor, Mathematics 

Barbara A. Chaney, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Accounting 

Allen C. Chao, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Civil Engineering 

William A. Cheek, M.S.. Lecturer, Physical Education 

Yuang-Sung Al Chen, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Accounting 

Jimmie Chilton, Ph.D., Visiting Instructor, Physics 

Moody T. Chu, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Ethelbert N. Chukwu, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Lung Ock Chung, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Paul Rodman Cockshutt, Jr., A.B.. Lecturer, English 

Joann D. Cohen, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

David H. Covington, Ph.D., Associate Professor, English 

Lee Craig, Ph.D., Professor, Economics 

Cathy L. Crossland, Ed.D., Professor, Curriculum and Instruction 

Wall Crumpler, B.S., Teaching Technician, Biological Sciences 

Joseph W. Cunningham, Ph.D., Professor, Psychology 



Steve Daniels, M.S., Visiting Instructor, Forestry 

Joseph W. David, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace 

Engineering 
Jean Davis, Ph J)., Visiting Assistant Professor, Political Science and Public 

Administration 
Shannon Davis, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Business Management 
Susan Navey Davis, MAT, Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Alexander DeGrand, Ph.D., Professor, History 
Daniel A. DeJoy, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Communication 
L. Richard Delia Fave, Ph.D., Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 
V. William DeLuca, Ed.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics, Science and 

Technology Education 
J. Scott Despain, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures 



Debra Jost DeTreville, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, History 
James L. DeWitt, M.S.. Associate Professor, Physical Education 
Alan Donaldson, M.S., Professor, Textile and Apparel Technology an 

Management 
Marcia Douglas, Ph.D.. Assistant Lecturer, English 
Donelle Dreese, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer, English 
Sally A. Drucker, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, English 
Joseph C. Dunn, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 



Brian K. Eder, Ph.D., Adjunct Assistant Professor, Marine, Earth and Atmospheric 

Sciences 
Steve Edwards, M.S., Lecturer, Business Managment 
Sarah Egan, M.A. Visiting Lecturer, English 

Rodney L. Engen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 
Thomas W. Evans, M.S., Associate Professor, Physical Education 
Herbert A. Exum, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Counselor Education 



Abdel-Aziz Fahmy, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Materials Science and Engineering 

Amassa Fauntleroy, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Thomas P. Feeny, Ph.D.. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures 

Jean-Pierre Fouque, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics 

John E. Franke, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics 

Eric Freeman, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Educational Research and 

Leadership Program 
John Freeman, M.S., Visiting Lecturer, Mathematics, Science and Technology 

Education 
Ronald 0. Fulp. Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 



Marian-Elizabeth B. Gardner, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Genetics 

G. David Garson, Ph.D., Professor, Political Science and Public Administration 

Michael (.larval. Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures 

Ed Gehringer, Ph.D., Professor, Computer Science 

Forrest Getzen, Ph.D., Professor, Chemistry 

John Giles, M.S., Visiting Lecturer, Accounting 

J. Conrad Glass, Jr., Ed.D., Professor, Adult and Community College Education 

Joseph Anthony Gomez, Ph.D., Professor, English 

Gabriel Gonzalez, Ph.D., Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures 

Manoel L. Gonzalez, Ph.D., Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 

Bradley M. Goodman, M.S., Visiting Instructor, Philosophy and Religion 

Daniel Graham, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer, Political Science and Public 

Administration 
Ana Gray, J.D., Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Helen Jacqueline Gray, M.A., Visiting Lecturer, English 

Theodore Greenstein, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 
James D. Gregory, Ph.D., Professor, Forestry 
Pierre A. Gremaud, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Mathematics 
Thomas Grennes, M.A, Professor, Economics 
Clifford E. Griffin, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Political Science and Public 

Administration 
Harriette O. Griffin, M.S., Lecturer, Accounting 
L. R. Grimes, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Zoology 
James Michael Grimwood, Ph.D., Professor, English 
Robert G. Gwyn, MAT, Associate Professor, Physical Education 

H 

Mansoor A. Haider, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Mathematics 

Robert Michael Hambourger, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Philosophy and 

Religion 
Antony H. Harrison, Ph.D., Professor, English 

Louise Harrison, M.A., Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Robert Eduard Mart wig, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 
Joyce Hatch, M.S., Lecturer, Computer Science 
Floyd W. Hayes, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Division of Multi disciplinary 

Studies 
Jill B. Heaton, R A ., Lecturer, Communication 
IUene Hebert, MA. Visiting Lecturer, English 

Stearns N. Heinzen, B.S., Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
Aloysius G. Helminck, Ph.D.. Professor, Mathematics 
Forrest C. Hentz, Jr., Ph.D., Professor, Chemistry 
Helmut H. Hergeth, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Textiles and Apparel Technology 

and Management 
Peter Hessling, Ph.D., Lecturer, Education Research and Leadership 
Marvin T. Hester, Ph.D., Professor, English 

Karen Hillman, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Heidi Hobbs, Ph.D.. Visiting Assistant Professor, Political Science and Public 

Administration 
George Hodge, Ph.D., Professor, Textile and Apparel Technology and Management 
Thomas H. Hodgson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Mechanical and Aerospace 

Engineering 
Linda T. Holley, Ph.D.. Professor, English 
Michael Holmes, MLA, Research Associate, Landscape Architecture 



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Hoon Hong. Ph D . Professor. Mathematics 

Stephen Hooper. Ph D, Visiting Assoaate Professor. Cumculum and Instruction 
Lois E. Huffman, Ph.D.. Visiting Instructor. Cumculum and Instruction 
Kaye Hughes, MA, Visiting Lecturer. Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Andrea P. Huyck. MA, Visiting Lecturer. English 

I 

Laura R. Ingraham. Ph D . Assistant Professor, Accounting 
Kazufumi ho, Ph D . Professor. Mathematics 
Illse Ipsen, PhD . Professor. Mathematics 



Janet Jackson. Ph.D.. Professor. Textile and Apparel Technology and Management 

Hector Jaimes. MA. Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 

Jessica K. Jameson, Ph.D.. Assistant Professor, Communication 

James G. Jenkins. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor. Accounting 

Laurens G. Jervis. M.F , Associate Professor. Forestry 

Naihuan Jing, Ph D . Associate Professor. Mathematics 

Mark Johns. M S . Adjunct Assistant Professor, Forestry 

Charles Johnson. Ph.D.. Professor. Physics 

Lawrence E. Johnson, MA, Visiting Lecturer, English 

Melissa A. Johnson. Ph D, Assistant Professor. Communication 

William Jordan. Ph.D.. Professor, Communication 



Owen Kalinga. Ph D . Associate Professor. History 

Michael Kanters. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor, Parks, Recreation and Tourism 

Management 
Jagannadham Kasichainula. Ph.D.. Associate Professor. Materials Science and 

Engineering 
Steven Katz, Ph D, Associate Professor. English 
John R. Kelly. Ph.D., Professor. Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Myron W. Kelly, Ph.D.. Professor. Wood and Paper Science 
Akram Fouad Khater. Ph D, Assistant Professor. History 
Arkady Kheyfets. Ph D, Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Afaf Khogeer, Ph.D., Visiting Instructor. Division of Multidisciplinary Studies 
Henry Kidd, MS. Lecturer, Physical Education 
Michael M. Kimberley, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Marine. Earth, and 

Atmospheric Sciences 
Claudia B. Kimbrough. MBA, Lecturer, Business Management 
William Kimler, Ph.D.. Assoaate Professor. History 
Charles Knoeber. Ph.D.. Professor, Economics 
Robert Kochersberger. Ph.D., Associate Professor. English 
Kwangil Koh. Ph D . Professor. Mathematics 
Will em A. Koole. MS. Visiting Lecturer. Accounting 
Jonathan Charles Kramer, Ph.D., Associate Professor. Music 
Katherine A. Krawczyk. Ph.D.. Associate Professor, Accounting 
Lutz Kube, Ph D, Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Faye P. Kucera, MS, Visiting Instructor, Biological Sciences 



Patricia W. LaCoste. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor. English 

Thomas Joseph Lada. Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics 

Fred Lado, Ph.D.. Professor, Physics 

Richard A. Lancia. Ph.D.. Professor. Forestry 

John S. Lapp, Ph D. Assoaate Professor, Economics 

Doris L Laryea. Ph.D.. Assoaate Professor, English 

Dana A. Lasher. BSEE, Adjunct Lecturer, Computer Science 

Cathy Leaker. MA, Visiting Lecturer. English 

Virginia M. Leath. MED, Associate Professor, Physical Education 

Othelia Lee. Ph D, Assistant Professor. Social Work 

Rebecca Leonard, Ph D, Assoaate Professor, Communication 

Samuel G. Levine, Ph D, Professor, Chemistry 

Sol Levine, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor. Chemistry 

Glenn E. Lewis. MPD. Professor. Design and Technology 

Kari K. Lewis. Ed D . Lecturer. Physical Education 

Zhilin Li, Ph.D., Assistant Professor. Mathematics 

Peter Link, MA, Visiting Lecturer. English 

Charles D. Livengood. Ed D , Professor. Textile Engineering. Chemistry and 

Wanda I). Lloyd. M A. Visiting Lecturer. English 

Penelope N. Long. Ph D . Lecturer. Communication 

Sharon Lubkin. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor. Mathematics 

Jiang Luh. Ph D . Professor. Mathematics 

Helen S. Lupton-Smith. Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Counselor Education 

Rachel B. Lutwick-Deeaner, Ph.D.. Visiting Lecturer. English 



Fernando Magallanes. MLA Assoaate Professor. Landscape Architecture 
Michele Magill. Ph.D.. Assoaate Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Keven Malkewitz, Ph D . Assistant Professor. Business Management 
Justin Marks. M A . Visiting Lecturer. English 

Michael M. Maraell. Ph D . Visiting Assistant Professor, Philosophy and Religion 
Robert H. Martin, Jr.. Ph D . Professor. Mathematics 
Gerald Masemore. B.Ach . Adjunct Professor. Business Management 
Brian Matthews, M S , Visiting Instructor. Mathematics. Science and Technology 
Education 



Traci May-Plumlee. Ph D . Assistant Professor. Textile and Apparel Technology 

and Management 
Jane) Mays, MA, Visiting Lecturer, English 
Jackson McClain, Ph.D.. Assoaate Professor, Political Science and Public 

Administration 
Marilyn Sugg McCollum, MS. Lecturer. Mathematics 
Joanne V. McDaniel. MPA. Visiting Lecturer. Political Saence and Public 

Administration 
Harold McElhaney. MS. Visiting Instructor. Parks. Recreation and Tourism 

Management 
Michael McElroy. Ph.D.. Associate Professor. Economics 
William M. McEneaney. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor. Mathematics 
Nancy Gard McGehee. Ph D . Assistant Professor. Parks. Recreation and Tourism 

Management 
Wendell H. McKenzie. Ph.D.. Professor. Genetics 
Andrea C. Mensch. MA, Lecturer. English 
Carl D. Meyer, Ph.D.. Professor. Mathematics 
James E. Mickle, PhD , Assoaate Professor, Botany 
Stephen Middleton, Ph I) . Assoaate Professor, History 
Kailash C. Misra, Ph.D., Professor. Mathematics 

Annette Moore, MS, Lecturer. Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management 
Gary Moore, Ph.D., Professor. Agricultural and Extension Education 
Jim Morrison. Ph D . Assoaate Professor, English 
Michal Moskow, Ph.D.. Visiting Lecturer. English 
Richard Mowat, Ph D , Professor, Physics 

N 

Jagdish Narayan, Ph.D.. Professor. Materials Science and Engineering 
Jim Neilson. Ph D . Visiting Lecturer. English 
Thomas E. Nelson, M.Div, Visiting Lecturer. Computer Science 
Craig M. Newmark, PhD, Assoaate Professor. Economics 
Gregory A Neyhart, Ph.D.. Visiting Assistant Professor. Chemistry 
Larry Keith Norris, Ph.D.. Associate Professor. Mathematics 
Karen S. Norwood. PhD, Associate Professor, Mathematics, Science and 
Technology Education 



Terrance P. O'Brien, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Occupational Education 
Isaac F. Ormond, MS, Associate Professor, Physical Education 
Hatice O. Ozturk, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor. Electrical and Computer 
Engineering 



Donald P. Pagach, Ph D, Assistant Professor. Accounting 

Gary Palin, MBA Visiting Lecturer. Business Management 

Michael W. Palmer. Ph D , Visiting Assistant Professor. Philosophy and Religion 

Chia-Ven Pao, Ph D . Professor. Mathematics 

George W. Parker, III, Ph.D.. Associate Professor. Physics 

Michelle Parker. B A, Lecturer. Business Management 

Douglas Pase. Ph D . Adjunct Professor, Computer Science 

Robert Preston Patterson. Ph D , Professor, Division of Multidisciplinary Studies 

Philip Pavlik. MA, Visiting Lecturer. Political Saence and PubUc Administration 

Robert Pekoske. MS. Lecturer, Business Management 

Perry Peralta. Ph D , Assistant Professor. Wood and Paper Science 

Elmor L. Peterson. Ph.D.. Professor, Mathematics 

John M. Pettitt, Ed.D, Assistant Professor. Adult and Community College 

Education 
Anne Raeford Phillips. Ph.D.. Visiting Assistant Professor. History 
Samuel B. Pond. Ill, Ph.D., Associate Professor. Psychology 
Matthew C. Porter, MA, Visiting Lecturer, English 
Maria Pramaggiorc, Ph D. Assistant Professor, English 
Carmine Prioli, Ph.D., Professor. English 

Ruie J. Pritchard, Ph.D.. Assoaate Professor. Curriculum and Instruction 
Mohan S. Putcha. Ph.D., Professor. Mathematics 



Wanda Ramm, MA, Visiting Lecturer. English 

Robert T. Ramsay, Ph D . Associate Professor, Mathematics 

Dana G. Raymond. MFA Assoaate Professor, Design and Technology 

Traciel Reid, Ph D, Associate Professor. Political Saence and Public 

Administration 
Kathleen Reiger, MFA. Visiting Assistant Professor, Art and Design 
Paul I. Ro, Ph D . Associate Professor. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
William L. Roberts. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor. Mechanical and Aerospace 

Engineering 
Tracy L. Robinson, Ed D . Assoaate Professor. Counselor Education 
Jesu9 Rodriguez, Ph D . Associate Professor. Mathematics 
Anthony Rolle. Ph.D.. Assistant Professor. Educational Research and Leadership 

Program 
Yvonne Rollins. Ph.D., Assoaate Professor, Foreign Languages and Literature 
Burton L. Russell. Ph.D., Assoaate Professor. Communication 



Edward Sabornie. Ph.D.. Assoaate Professor. Curriculum and Instruction 
Kay Sandberg. Ph D . Visiting Assistant Professor. Chemistry 
Sabapathy Sankar. Ph D . Laboratory Supervisor. Chemistry 
Reginald 0. Savage, Ph.D.. Assoaate Professor, Philosophy and Religion 
Roby B. Sawyers, Ph D , Assoaate Professor. Accounting 



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Alice Scales, M.S., Lecturer, Mathematics, Science and Technology Education 

Stephen Schecter, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Stephen G. Scholz, Ph.D., Visiting Professor, Philosophy and Religion 

Robert L. Schrag, Ph.D., Professor, Communication 

James Francis Sel grade, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Robert Serow, Ph.D., Professor, Counselor Education 

Cynthia L. Setzer, MA. Visiting Lecturer, English 

Jack L. Shannon, M.S., Associate Head, Physical Education 

Michael Shearer, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 

Ronald W. Shearon, Ed.D., Professor, Agricultural and Extension Education 

Deepak Shenoy, MA, Visiting Lecturer, Political Science and Public 

Administration 
Dan Shin, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Chemistry 
Kimberly Short, M.Ed., Visiting Instructor, Curriculum and Instruction 
Robert Silber, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics 

Larry M. Silverberg, Ph.D., Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
Jack W. Silverstein, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 
Heatherly Simmons, M.S., Teaching Technician, Chemistry 
Richard Wayne Slatta, Ph.D., Professor, History 
William Sloan, MBA, Visiting Lecturer, Business Management 
Gary Smith, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Textile and Apparel Technology and 

Management 
John David Smith, Ph.D., Professor, History 
Lynn Smith, M.S., Lecturer, Physical Education 
Rex R. Smith, M.S., Associate Professor, Physical Education 
Sylvia Smith, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Stephen W. Snyder, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Marine, Earth and Atmospheric 

Sciences 
Anthony Solari, Ph.D., Visiting Lecturer, Political Science and Public 

Administration 
Hiller A. Spires, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction 
James J. Spivey, Ph.D., Professor, Chemical Engineering 
Laura E. Sremaniak, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Chemistry 
Clayton L. Stalnaker, M.A., Lecturer, Division of Multi disciplinary Studies 
Roy T. Stamper, M.A., Visiting Lecturer, English 
Jane Steelman, Ed.D., Visiting Instructor, Curriculum and Instruction 
L. A. Stefanski, Ph.D., Professor, Statistics 
Dan Steffek, Ph.D., Lab Supervisor, Chemistry 
Allen F. Stein, Ph.D., Professor, English 
Ernest Lester Stitzinger, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 
Edward F. Stoddard, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Marine, Earth and Atmospheri 

Sciences 
Mahoud Sulaiman, M.S., Teaching Technician, Chemistry 
Rhonda C. Sutton, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Counselor Education 
Avis Sylvia, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Zoology 



Jay Tomlinson, M.Lar., Research Associate, Landscape Architecture 
Chau M. Tran, Ph.D., Lecturer, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering 
Hien T. Tran, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics 
Kay Troost, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 
H. Joel Trussed, Ph.D., Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering 
Theofanis C. Tsoulouhas, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Economics 
Semyon V. Tsynkov, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics 
William Tucker, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Chemistry 
Richard E. Tyler, Ed.S., Visiting Instructor, Counselor Education 



Ellen Vasu, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Curriculum and Instruction 

George B. Vaughan, Ph.D., Professor, Adult and Community College Education 

Kenneth Powers Vickery, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History 

Phyllis Vogel, DMA, Assistant Director, Music 

Peter Volpe, M.A. Visiting Lecturer, Political Science and Public Administratin 

W 

Robert Wade, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Parks, Recreation and Tourism 

Management 
Mary Walek, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 
Gary E. Wall, M.S., Lecturer, Physical Education 
Thomas A. Wallis, M.A., Visiting Lecturer, English 
Weiqiang Wang, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Mathematics 
Charles Keith Warren, M.S., Teaching Technician, Physics 
William M. Waters, Jr., Ph.D., Associate Professor, Mathematics, Science and 

Technology Education 
Edward Weems, B.A., Visiting Lecturer, Business Management 
Gary R. Weinberg, M.A, Visiting Lecturer, English 
John T. Wells, Ph.D., Professor, Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 
Bert W. Westbrook, Ed.D., Professor, Psychology 
Robert E. White, Ph.D., Professor, Mathematics 
Steven Wiley, Ph.D., Instructor, Communication 

J. Oliver Williams, Ph.D., Professor, Political Science and Public Administration 
Paul F. Williams, Ph.D., Professor, Accounting 

Anna V. Wilson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Curriculum and Instruction 
Elizabeth B. Wilson, Ed.D., Assistant Professor, Agricultural and Extension 

Education 
Timothy C. Winslow, MA, Lecturer, Physical Education 

A. Carolyn Wright, M.A., Visiting Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures 
Lorraine Wright, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Accounting 
Charles D. Wyche, M.A, Visiting Lecturer. English 



Pamela Tandy, M.A, Visiting Lecturer, English 

James Tetterton, B.A., Adjunct Professor, Computer Science 

Melvin Thomas, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 

Jon Thompson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, English 

Maxine S. Thompson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 

Randall J. Thomson, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology 

Siu-Man Ting, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Counselor Education 



Gregory S. Young, MBA, Assistant Professor, Business Management 
Robert Young, Ph.D., Professor English 
Robert E. Young, Ph.D., Professor, Industrial Engineering 
George E. Youtt, M.S., Lecturer, Physical Education 



David Zonderman, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History 
Cathy Zurella, Ph.D., Visiting Instructor, Microbiology 






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BUILDING ABBREVIATIONS 



AGH 


Agronomy Greenhouse 


MET 


Metcalf Residence Hall 


BI 


BilUDore Hill 


M.N 


Mann Hall 


BOM 


Bureau of Minn 


N 


Nelson Hall 


BOS 


Bo* tun Hall 


NTN 


1911 Building 


BR 


Broughton Hall 


OWN- 


Ovens Res Hall 


BS 


Brooks Hall 


PA 


Page Hall 


BU 


Burlington Nuclear Labs 


PH 


Pee le Hall 


BSG 


Biological Sa Greenhouse 


PK 


Polk Hall 


CAL 


Caldwell Hall 


POE 


PoeHall 


CEN 


Centennial Campus 


PPG 


Plant Path. Greenhouses 


OG 


Cannichael Gvm 


PPL 


Pulp and Paper Labs 


CL 


Clark Laboratories 


PS 


Park Shop 


COL 


Reynolds Coliseum 


PT 


Patterson Hall 


COX 


Cox Hall 


PMC 


Price Music Center 


CW 


Carter-Williams Bide 


RD 


Riddick Engineering Lab 


DAB 


Dabnev Hall 


Rl 


Ricks Hall 


DAN 


Daniels Hall 


SC 


Scott Hall 


DHL 


D H. Hill Library 


SFS 


Schaub Food Scl Bldg 


DSW 


D S Weaver Labs 


T 


Tompkins Hall 


ECU 


ErdahJ-Clovd Wing 


TEX 


Textile Bldg 


ERA 


Engr. Graduate Research 


TT 


Frank Thompson Theatre 


GA 


Gardner Hall 


TIT 


Tucker Res Hall 


GHL 


Gnnnels Animal Health Labs 


TVS 


TV Station ■ MtJHC 


HA 


Harrelson Hall 


use 


Talley Student Center 


HFL 


Horticulture Field Lab 


\-EN 


Ventures-Cent Campus 


HGH 


Horticulture Greenhouses 


VSH 


Vet School 


HLB 


Hillsborough Building 


Wl 


Withers Hall 


HWP 


Hodges Wood Prod. Lab 


WMS 


Williams Hall 


JOR 


Jordan Hall 


MM 


Winston Hal] 


KAM 


Kamphoefner Hall 


WSC 


Witherspoon Student 


a 


KilgoreHall 




Center Annex 


LEZ 


LeaiarHall 







LOCATION OF DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES 



Accounting (ACQ 2100B Nelson 

Agricultural k Extension Education (AEE> 602-L Poe 

Agricultural Institute (AGI) 107 Patterson 

Agriculture and Life Science (ALS) 115 Patterson 

Animal Science (ANSI 123 Polk 

Anthropology (ANT) 301 1911 Building 

Architecture (ARC) 200-B Brooks 

Agricultural and Resource Economics (.ARE) 3304 Nelson 

Aerospace Studies (AS) 145 Coliseum 

Biological k Agricultural Engineering (BAE) 100 Weaver Lab 

Biochemistry (BCH) 126 Polk 

Biological Sciences (BIO) 2717 Bostian 

Biotechnology (BIT) 100-C Schaub Food Science 

Biomathematics (BMA) 513-D Cox 

Botany (BO) 2214 Gardner 

Business Management (BUS) 2100B Nelson 

Civil Engineering (CE) 208 Mann 

College of Natural Resources (CFR) 2028 Biltmore 

Chemistry (CH) 108 Dabnev 

Chemical Engineering (CHE) 116 Riddick 

Comparative Literature (CL) 120 1911 Building 

Communication (COM) 201 Winston 

Co-Op Program (COP) 212 Peele 

Crop Science (CS) 2210 Williams 

Computer Science (CSC) 226 Withers 

Dance-Physical Education (DAN) 201 Carmichael Gym 

Design (ADN DN) 200-B Brooks 

Engineering (E) 118 Page 

Adult and Community College Education (EAO . 310 Poe 

Economics (EC ECG) 2100B Nelson 

Counselor Education (ECDl 520 Poe 

Curriculum and Instruction (ECI) 402C Poe 

Ecology (ECO) 3131 Williams 

Education (ED) 208-C Poe 

Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) 233 Daniels 

Educational Leadership and Program Evaluation 1ELP1 608 Poe 

Mathematics Science Education (EMS) 326-S Poe 

English (ENG) 131 Tompkins 

Entomology (ENTi 2301 Gardner 



Occupational Education tEOEi 520-L Poe 

Foreign Languages Jr. Literatures (FL) 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages 4 Literatures-Chinese (FLO 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-English iFLE 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-French (ELF) 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-German (FLG) 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-Hebrew iFLHi 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-Italian (FUl 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-Japanese (FU) ... 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Uteratures-Sarahib (FLK) 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-Hindi (FLN) 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-Portuguese (FLP) 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-Russian (FLRi 117 1911 Building 

Foreign Languages k Literatures-Spanish (FLS) 117 1911 Building 

Food Science (FSA FS) 100-C Schaub Food Science 

Fisheries and Wildlife (FW) 2445 Gardner 

Graphic Communications (GO 502 Poe 

Graphic Design (GD) 200-B Brooks 

Geography (GEO) 208 Poe 

Genetics (GN) 3513 Gardner 

Greek (CRK) 117 1911 Building 

History of .Art (HA) 161 Harrelson 

History OH) 162 Harrelson 

Horticultural Science (US) 120 Kilgore 

Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS> G103C Tompkins 

Industrial Design (ID) 200-B Brooks 

Industrial Engineering (lEl 320 Riddick 

Immunology- ll.MM) Vet School 

Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering (IMS) 2332 Broughton 

Landscape Architecture (LAR) 200-B Brooks 

LatmOATi 117 1911 Building 

Liberal Studies (MLS) 280S Hillsborough St. 

Management (M) B 53 Nelson 

Mathematics MA' 255 Harrelson 

Mechanical k Aerospace Engineering (MAEi 321 1 Broughton 

Materials Science i Engineering (MAT) 229 Riddick 

Microbiology (MB) 4515 Gardner 

Marine Earth k Atmosphenc Sciences (MEAi 1 1 13 Jordan 

Multidisciplmary Studies (MDS) 1806 Hillsborough St 

Military- Science (MS> 154 Coliseum 

Music (MUS) 203 Pnc* Musk Center 

Nuclear Engineering (NEi 1110-B Burlington 

Natural Resources (NR) 2022C Biltmore 

Naval Science KB 205-A Peele 

Nutrition iNTRi 218-B Schanb 

Operations Research (OR) 322 Riddick 

Public Administration (FA) 219 Caldwell 

Physical Education iPEi 201 Carmichael Gym 

Physical Education-Health Studies (PEH) 201 Carmichael Gym 

Philosophy (PHIl 101 Winston 

Physical and Mathematical Sciences (PMS) 122-ACox 

Physiology (PHY) 9B Scott 

Poultry Science (PO) 120 Scott 

Plant Pathology (PPl 25 1 8 Gardner 

Parks. Recreation and Tourism Management (PRT) 4008-C Biltmore 

Political Science (PS) J11 Caldwell 

Psychology (PSY) 604-D Poe 

Physics (PT) 106 Cox 

Religion (RED 101 Winston 

Sociology (SOO 305 1911 Building 

Soil Sciences (SSC) 2224 Williams 

Statistics (ST) 110 Cox 

Social Work (SWi 305 191 1 Budding 

Textiles iTi 3408 Centennial Textiles Complex 

Textile Apparel k Management (TAM) 3245 Centennial Textiles Complex 

Textile Chemistry (TO 3250 Centennial Textiles Complex 

Textile Engineering (TE) 3250 Centennial Textiles Complex 

Technology- Education (TED) 208-C Poe 

Textile Materials Science (TMS) 3250 Centennial Textiles Complex 

Toxicology (TOX) 1519 Gardner 

Textile Technology (TT) 3245 Centennial Textiles Complex 

Veterinary Anatomy Physiological Sc k Radiology (VMA) Vet School 

Companion Animal k Special Species Medicine (YMO Vet School 

Food Animal and Equine Medicine (YMF) Vet School 

Veterinary Microbiology Pathology k Parasitology (VMM) Vet School 

Veterinary Medical Services (YMSt Vet School 

Wood and Paper Science (WPSl 1022 Biltmore 

Women a and Gender Studies (WGSi 2806 Hillsborough St 

ZoologyfZO) 2133Gardner 



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