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First Day of Class:

 If you are enrolled in the class and do not show up for the first day of class you WILL BE DROPPED from the class.  (Sorry these are not my rules, but we must all abide by them.  If you cannot make the first day of class and still wish to take the class, please contact me.)

Class Location:

Our class will be held in the new Center for Math and Science (CMS).  This building is located on the east campus at 12890 Harding Street, next to the Health, Fitness, and Athletics Complex (HFAC).

Please use the class webpage for assistance and directions to the east campus: http://TheMalloryFamily.net

Please note that there WILL NOT BE ANY SHUTTLE between the main campus and the east campus.  In addition, there will not be any security between the main and east campus.  Please use good judgment while coming to and from your ride.

Parking:

There is a student parking lot with 300+ parking spaces in the back of the building.  PARKING WILL BE VERY TOUGH the first days of class so try to show-up as early as possible.  

Please note that there WILL NOT BE ANY SHUTTLE between the main campus and the east campus.  In addition, there will not be any security between the main and east campus.  Please use good judgment while coming to and from your ride.

PARKING PASSES ARE REQUIRED on the East and main Campus.  Parking tickets will be issued if the permit is not visible on the vehicle.

Retaking a class:

A new policy is now in effect.  You only can take a class three (3) times in Los Angeles Community College District.  You will not be able to enroll in the same class after three (3) times.

Note, for this semester the deadline for withdrawal is September 9, 2012.  If you withdrawal by then the class will not count as an attempt.

Legal Stuff:

Policy Regarding Non Enrolled Students in the Classroom—Board Rule 9701 (Instructor’s Authority in the Classroom) states:  “Presence in a District classroom shall be limited to duly enrolled students of that class.  District employees with authority to enter the classroom space, and authorized individuals to the classroom. The instructor is authorized to order any unauthorized person from the classroom.  Failure of such person or persons to obey this order constitutes a misdemeanor.

© 2012 Charles Mallory - Last Updated Saturday, June 10, 2017