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2019 Summer Term Session Dates:

  • Session I: May 20 to Jun 7
  • Session II: Jun 10 to Jul 12
  • Session III: Jul 15 to Aug 16

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Summer Term is a self-supporting program which empowers students to get ahead and graduate sooner.
By offering additional opportunities to earn college credit students reap the benefits of attaining up to an additional eighteen credits for undergraduate students, and twelve credits for graduate students, ultimately fast-tracking their degree. Click here to learn more about UNLV Summer Term.

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            a 4.1 rating for safety is odd to me considering multiple cars have been stolen on campus in spring 2018 semester alone…

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            CSN is not a terrible school, but it is not the best. In certain aspects, it could be better. Overall, not a horrible school.

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            This review is mostly on the Henderson Campus, but some aspects will be as a whole. CSN as a whole is a good, affordable community college, even though they took community out of the name. Henderson campus is safe, has some fantastic professors, and even gives away free food some semesters weekly. CSN does have a lot of events as well.

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            Overall, this school is really nice and the professors are cool, I really like it because you get the college experience if you stick around in the student lounge and libraries are helpful (W Charleston is the prettiest one by far)

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            Currently attending the NLV Campus and I love it. It’s clean and people there are nice.

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            CSN provides a wonderful opportunity to get a higher education started without going broke. CSN is amazingly affordable. I only wish they would offer degrees over Associates. If I could take CSN for Bachelors and Masters degrees I would. Often better professors than UNLV at a much better price. Only, front desk could use some work.

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            I enjoy learning and search for teachers that enjoy teaching.

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            If I Could give Charleston a negative number I would give the lowest. The staff there in my opinion are very rude and super useless. If you have a question about something they would cut you off and ask if you signed in to that stupid thing that texts you. I don’t recommend going to that campus for help in the offices

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            I’ve had classes at every campus. Charleston is too spread out & I didn’t even know there was more that 1 food place. Cheyenne feels the most like a college b/c of the designated food court, Russell’s Restaurant, Fine Arts Gallery & Fitness Center. Henderson is the worst & the computer lab gets so loud it’s impossible to study or do HW.

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            Love it here. Wish the food had flavor or wasn’t out of a vending machine. But other then that it’s a great overall campus with amazing professors.

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              Fall2015

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              Course Title:                                     INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY

              Course Number & Section:              SOC 101: 2008, Mondays and 2009 Wednesdays

                                                                       6p – 8:50p, Cheyenne Campus, Room C2662

              Semester & Year:                             Fall 2015

              Instructor:                                          Pattie Thomas, Ph.D.

              Email Address:                                 pattie[email protected]

              Direct Phone:                                   702-239-1414 (cell, accepting text messages)

              Office Phone:                                   702-651-4863 (accepting voice messages)

              Office Location                                 Cheyenne, Main Building, S116-A

              Office Hours:                                    Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:30p-5:00p

              Blog Website:                                   http://doingsociology.blogspot.com

              FaceBook:                                       http://www.facebook.com/drpattiethomas

              Twitter:                                             http://twitter.com/drpattiethomas

              Expert Blogger:                                 http://www.psychologytoday.com/experts/pattie-thomas-phd

              Sociology Club                                 http://csnlivingsociologyclub.ning.com

                                                      

               

              TEXT: Readings will be provided online and in-class

               

              Course Description

              An overview of the sociological principles that shape the development, structure and function of societies, cultures, human interactions, groups, self-image, and social change.

               

              Course Objectives:

              By the end of this course, a student should:

              1. Describe and discuss the “sociological imagination.”
              2. Differentiate and apply the major theoretical perspectives in sociology.
              3. Define and utilize basic sociological concepts, including social institutions, roles, norms, sanctions, social locations, statuses, cultural diversity, and social change.
              4. Analyze the role social forces play in shaping human behavior and life chances.
              5. Describe and compare social science research methods, with an emphasis on identifying basic methodological approaches concerning data collection, analysis and interpretation, as well as basic ethical considerations.

               

              STRUCTURE OF COURSE

              • Syllabus Quiz – you must take this quiz before you can access any other assignments in the course. It will help you understand the expectations of the course as well as identify any problems you may have with the online environment. 
              • All homework assignments and activities are online. You will be using three websites to complete your work: Canvas , The CSN Sociology Student Legacy Wiki, and the Living Sociology Club . These sites may lead you to other places where you will need to read, watch, listen or review as assigned.
              • You will be assigned to a group on the first day.  A large part of your grade is dependent upon group work. You will graded based on how well the group performs assignments and how much you participate in group discussions. No late work is accepted for group work 
              • If you fail to complete a group assignment on time, a 15% penalty will apply. That means you will not get a zero, you will get less than zero. 
              • Completion of all course assignments is required to pass the class. To take the Final Exam, you must complete all individual assignments, so you should be working in a timely manner to pass the course.
              • You are responsible to keep up with group work and assignments.

               

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              Grading

               

              Weighted Assignments

              • Group Work 400
              • Quizzes 300
              • Final Exam 300

              PLEASE NOTE:

              This is a green course. Every attempt will be made to use as little paper as possible. This means outside class activities, quizzes and course content will be electronic in nature. It is the student’s responsibility to discuss with the instructor any problems with computer and/or Internet access before assignments are due. Alternative arrangements can be made, if necessary, but are highly discouraged.

              Grading Scale

              A

              = 960-1000 points

              A-

              = 900-959 points

              B+

              = 860-899 points

              B

              = 800-859 points

              C+

              = 760-799 points

              C

              = 700-759 points

              D

              = 600-699 points

              F

              = less than 600 points

              I

              Incompletes are to be a rare option and must be arranged before the end of the semester. We adhere to CSN policy regarding incompletes .

              Extra Credit will be available

              YOU MUST SUBMIT ALL ASSIGNMENTS TO PASS THIS CLASS, -15% PENALTY FOR MISSING GROUP WORK

               

              Student’s Responsibilities:

              • To secure school email address and online access to course materials.
              • To keep up with course materials through reading homework assignments, logging online regularly, and participating in online group discussions. Please remember that all assignments must be completed to pass this class and no late group work is accepted.
              • To respect others in the class.Name-calling, verbal or physical threats, jeering or other forms of disrespect will have zero tolerance. Passionate discussion about a topic is allowed as long as it stays on the topic and does not become personal attacks on an individual or group of individuals.
              • To identify issues and problems as directly as possible in a timely manner. If you have any issues that affects your course grade including problems with text, class work, projects, papers, other students or personal challenges, it is your responsibility to make the instructor aware of this early enough that it can be addressed. Coming to the instructor at the end of the semester will make addressing these issues difficult, if not impossible. If you are having difficulties meeting the assignments of this class, there is help available.
              • To adhere to CSN’s Academic Integrity Policy :
                • Academic dishonesty, including but not limited to cheating, plagiarism, falsifying research data or results, or assisting others to do the same on the part of students, being incompatible with the purposes of an academic community, is prohibited and shall constitute cause for discipline and may lead to the procedures and disciplinary sanctions established in section 6.3 of the NSHE Code.”
                • Please note that for the purposes of this class, the following specific activities will be considered falling under the academic dishonesty prohibitions: having someone else take your quiz or exam, not doing the group work but presenting results as if you had, having someone else write your workbooks. Note that working and studying together is encouraged and all assignments are “open book.”

               

              Instructor’s Responsibilities:

              • To make instructions and assignment expectation clear and concise
              • To provide students with assistance in online training
              • To keep accurate and timely records of student performance and to provide that feedback to the student and only the student. Grades can only be discussed in person or provided in writing either in class, in the Canvas system, or by the college. Please do not email me about your grade. Grades can only be discussed with student. No family members. Please do not email me asking if something has been submitted on Canvas.
              • To provide accurate information that help students achieve the objectives of the class
              • To maintain a mutually respectful atmosphere in the classroom even if it requires the removal of a student from the classroom to achieve this
              • To be available to answer questions and resolve issues involved with the class that directly affect the success of the course and its students
              • To treat each individual student with respect
              • To follow the regulations and policies of the college and the department and enforce those regulations and policies as required – if you want to fully understand all policies and procedures for CSN, visit: http://csn.edu/policies .

               

              Important Stuff:

               

              Safety Procedures:

              Approved classroom safety procedures are posted in each classroom and are to be followed. Students are to familiarize themselves with the nearest exit to use during fire alarm exercises. Do NOT use the elevators during these drills. Students will take ALL personal belongings with them when exiting the building. No student will be allowed back into the facility until the all clear is given.

               

              American with Disability Act (ADA) Statement:

              If you have a documented disability that may require assistance, you will need to contact the Disability Resource Center located in the Student Service Center on each campus before the instructor can make accommodations.

              • Cheyenne- 651-4045
              • Henderson- 651-3795
              • West Charleston- 651-5644.

              CSN Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) statement and current CSN Disability Resource Center contact information http://www.csn.edu/pages/2566.asp  

               

              Academic Integrity Policy:

              The college guidelines concerning academic dishonesty and academic misconduct are regarded as serious offenses which can result in substantial penalties. If, during the course of a semester, objective evidence of academic dishonesty or misconduct comes to the instructor’s attention, the students involved will receive a zero for the assignment, quiz, or test in question. Further, the incident could result in the student receiving a failing grade for the course and possibly even expulsion from the college.

              Please refer to the CSN Academic Integrity Policy at: http://www.csn.edu/pages/1722.asp  

               

               

              Canvas Computer Instructions:

              The Canvas Student Quick Start Guide may be found at http://guides.instructure.com/m/8470.

              The entire Student Guide may be found at http://guides.instructure.com/m/4212.

              Telephone Support for Distance Education students having problems logging into a course, using course web site tools, or other technical problems can be found by contacting the Distance Education Help Desk at 702-651-4357 Local or 800-630-7563 Toll-free 24 Hours/Day – 7 Days/Week.

               

              Counseling:

              Helps students select courses, complete degree audits, obtain transfer information, and provide personalized assistance in developing educational and vocational plans appropriate to personal interests and abilities.

              Contact information: http://www.csn.edu/pages/732.asp  Appointments: https://csn.mywconline.net/

               

              Faculty E-Alert (the Electronic Early Warning System):

              Used by faculty members as a confidential means to submit the names of students having academic problems in a class, in order that they be offered timely assistance.

              Faculty places the referral through CSN’s restricted Web Grading system. http://www.csn.edu/pages/1917.asp

              If you are contacted by a counselor or success coach, please respond as this is an opportunity for you to find social support to help you finish your courses and succeed at CSN. 

               

              Advising & Coaching Services:

              Advisor/Success Coaches help students assess academic strengths and limitations, learn academic success strategies, explore careers, declare a major, navigate the educational system, access campus and community resources, and connect to campus life. The department also manages the CSN Faculty E-Alert System assisting instructional staff by working with students on strategies and interventions that lead to successful course completion.

              Contact Information:

              • Charleston Campus- Bldg. D – Student Services Area – 651-7367
              • Cheyenne Campus- 1100 Student Services Area- 651-2626
              • Henderson Campus – Bldg. B – Room 120- 651-3103

              For more information check out:  http://www.csn.edu/success/

              TRIO Student Support Services:

              One stop shop for first-generation college, financial aid-eligible and disabled students offering tutoring, academic advising, career exploration, college-transfer assistance, and development of college success strategies.

              Contact information: Cheyenne Campus – Bldg. E Room 109 – 702-651-4441.

               

              Tutorial Services:

              All CSN students are provided with free tutoring services. Additionally, the Criminal Justice Student Association hosts study groups for criminal justice students.

              Contact information:

              • Cheyenne Campus – Bldg. S Room 247 – 702-651-4232
              • Charleston Campus – Bldg. D Room 203 – 702-651-5732
              • Henderson Campus – Bldg. B Room 201 – 702-651-3125 

              For more information check out:  http://www.csn.edu/pages/1902.asp

               

              College Library Services:

              College Library Services offers ongoing research workshops throughout the semester. Bring your topic or assignment to one of the workshops on the basics of locating and citing quality information and receive in-depth assistance with a librarian. Check out the schedule at http://sites.csn.edu/library/  or call 651-5729 for more information.

               

               

              New Student Refund Policy Effective Fall 2013 Semester

              CSN has a new student refund policy for course withdrawal:

              • 100% withdrawal first week of instruction
              • 50% withdrawal before the end of the 2nd week of instruction; and
              • No refund after the start of the third week or for application or admissions.
              • More information is available at  www.csn.edu/success , including information about short-term class refunds.

               

              New Student Academic Warning/Probation/Suspension Policy Effective this Fall 2014

              If students’ cumulative GPA falls to 2.0 or lower after attempting at least 12 credits, they will receive an academic warning, so that they have time to seek help. Continued performance at 2.0 or lower in future semester course work can lead to academic probation or academic suspension.

              Students on academic suspension will not be able to enroll in classes for a semester. More information is available at www.csn.edu/success .

               

              No More Late Registration Effective Spring 2014

              Starting in spring 2014, CSN students will no longer be able to register after the semester begins. CSN students will be able to register until 11:59 p.m. the day before the semester begins.

              More info at  www.csn.edu/success

               

               

              Financial Aid Liability, Withdraws (“W”) and Attendance:

              If you enroll and are award financial and then drop out, you are liable for the financial aid for that semester and could be required to return it. Thus, accurate attendance is important. Also, you need to think carefully about withdrawing and/or taking a “W” for a course. This will affect your ability to get financial aid in the future. This is true of all federal financial aid.

               

              CAPS

              Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a variety of free and confidential services aimed at promoting the growth and development of currently-enrolled CSN students. CAPS can help students to better cope with many of life’s challenges.  Services are available to students taking at least 6 credits during Spring/Fall semesters or 3 credits during Summer terms. For more information, consultation, or to schedule an appointment with CAPS, please call us.

              Cheyenne Campus: 651-4099

              West Charleston Campus: 651-5518

              Henderson Campus: 651-3099

               

              Course Withdrawal:

              As of Spring 2014, students will be responsible for withdrawing from a course . Instructors will no longer be able to assign a grade of “W”. To avoid an “F” student should withdraw from a course before it is 60% complete (as measured by time, not assignments). If student has extenuating circumstances after that date and desires to withdraw from the course, the student must make an appeal to the registrar. Before withdrawing from a course, students are strongly encouraged to discuss their decisions with an academic counselor, academic adviser or success coach AND Student Financial Services since these decisions may affect a student’s financial aid and Satisfactory Academic Progress. Any such students receiving financial aid may find their awards reduced.

               

              Students’ Rights and Responsibilities:

              Reference to students’ rights and responsibilities pertaining to CSN policies and services are found in the College Catalog and on the CSN website. Student Code of Conduct

               

              CSN Policies that you should take the time to read: 

              • Academic Integrity
              • Academic Probation and Suspension
              • Disruptive and Abusive Student
              • Incomplete Grade
              • Minor Children on Campus
              • Satisfactory Academic Progress
              • Student Conduct Code
              • Tuition Refund

              Most (if not all) CSN policies and procedures are  available online .

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