ATTN Students: Changes Are Coming to CPCC’s Developmental ENG and RED Courses

Changes Are Coming to CPCC’s Developmental ENG and RED Courses

Changes Are Coming to CPCC’s Developmental ENG and RED Courses

Students, are you taking Developmental Reading or Developmental English courses? If so, BIG changes are coming to these programs! You must see an advisor prior to registration. The spring 2014 term is the last semester for these courses as they will be changing for fall 2014.

Beginning in fall 2014, all Developmental Reading and Developmental English courses and their associated labs will transition to the new Developmental Reading and English (DRE) format. New courses for fall 2014 include DRE 096, 097 and 098. These DRE classes will replace the existing ENG 080, ENG 085, ENG 090, ENG 095, RED 080 and RED 090 courses. The new courses will be eight- week combined reading and writing classes.

Changes Are Coming to CPCC’s Developmental ENG and RED Courses

Changes Are Coming to CPCC’s Developmental ENG and RED Courses

Please refer to www.cpcc.edu/developmental-studies for more information on these changes.

Participate in a Panel Discussion on Writing During Sensoria 2014

Calling all student writers, poets, journalists and bloggers!  Would you be interested in being on a panel to discuss how you started writing? Then CPCC Libraries wants YOU! The panel discussion will take place during CPCC’s literary festival, Sensoria, during the week of April 4-12, 2014. If you would like to participate and/or need more information, please contact Lynette Kendrick at(704.330.6114 or lynette.kendrick@cpcc.edu. The deadline to respond is December 2.

 

Need a Lift? Come to the Academic Learning Center (Free Tutoring)

We provide tutoring support for:

  • Math
  • Accounting
  • Science
    • Chemistry
    • Physics
    • Natural Sciences
  • Writing
    • Sentence Structure, Grammar and Punctuation
    • Essays, Term Papers and Citations

Tutoring services are not just for students struggling with classwork, but it is also for students who want to stay ahead. We provide help with study skills, time management and test anxiety. Visit our website for more details at http://www.cpcc.edu/academic_learning or call us at 704.330.6474. Centers are located at Central, Cato, Levine and Mercancus Campuses.

 

Don’t Miss Your Chance to Take Feature Writing (JOU217)

Last chance to take Feature Writing (JOU217) until 2014!writing

 If you are completing or have successfully completed JOU110, register now for Feature Writing in spring 2013.

CPCC students who have successfully completed Introduction to Journalism (JOU110) are now eligible to take Feature/Editorial Writing (JOU217) in spring 2013.

Feature Writing is part of CPCC’s new, expanded journalism curriculum. The course is a college transfer elective and is included in the Mass Communication/Journalism pre-major.

Feature/Editorial Writing students will be writing special interest features, topical editorials, entertainment reviews and human interest profiles. The students also will market their writing as freelancers to print and/or online publications.

  • The course meets Tuesday/Thursday: 11 a.m.-12:50 p.m., Central Campus.
  • Prerequisites: ENG 111 and JOU 110 (with “C” or better)
  • Register soon. This class is not offered every semester.

For a full course description, visit http://www.cpcc.edu/english_literature_languages/journalism-program/english_literature_languages/journalism-program/descriptions.

For more information, please contact Liz Rogers at 704.330-6063 or at elizabeth.rogers@cpcc.edu. To register, go to: http://mycollege.cpcc.edu