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Janis S. Pendleton
V.P. for Academic Affairs/Academic Dean

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2010-2011
Academic Catalog
2011-2013
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Academics

The Vice President for Academic Affairs/Academic Dean is the chief academic officer of the college with responsibilities encompassing all degree programs, course offering and grading systems. The College offers degrees in programs leading to an Associate of Liberal Arts, Associate of Business, Associate of Science with concentration in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematic, Associate of Religious Studies and Early Childhood/Elementary Education.

 
  • Degree Programs
  • Course Syllabus
  • Grading System
  • Calendar
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Library
 
Degree Programs
Associate of Business
The goal of the Small Business Department is to provide relevant education that fosters the development of necessary knowledge and skills for responsible and rewarding careers. This course of study prepares students for advanced study in business administration.

- Additional information -

 
Associate of Liberal Arts
The Associate of Liberal Arts Degree is designed to provide educational opportunities for students to gain knowledge and skills in academic studies of a wide variety of courses that is transferable to most four year colleges or universities. It will provide the flexibility to move into any major or vocational area. Also, it prepares the students for business and professional work force.

- Additional information -

 
Religious Studies

The Certificate in Christian Ministries is an undergraduate program in religious studies. It is designed to provide basic competencies in Biblical and Theological Studies, pastoral care and counseling. Christian Education, Ethics, Denominational studies, sermon preparation and delivery, and ministry formation. This is a part-time, evening program, designed for nontraditional students, second and dual career students.

- Additional information -

 
Early Childhood/Elementary Education

This new program is designed to prepare students for a career in the field of Early Childhood Education.This degree prepares graduates for employment at the associate degree level that serves children from birth through age 8. The degree further provides a career ladder for individuals who desire to improve their skills and prepare them for a Bachelor’s Degree at an accredited college or university.

 
Associate of Natural Sciences
The Associate Degree in Science is designed for students seeking training and expertise in the areas of science and mathematics. It seeks to prepare students with foundations needed to successfully transfer to an accredited four–year college or university and pursue a bachelor’s degree. It provides foundations for use in careers as mathematicians, teachers, beginning biologists, medical technicians, chemists, and allied health professionals. The degree has three basic areas of concentration – biology, chemistry, and mathematics.

 

Information Coming Soon!

 

 
Grading System
 
Clinton Junior College grading system operates on a quality-point scale. Each semester credits represent the number of credit hours completed with a passing grade. However quality points are earned by the determined grade in the course. Letter grades represent how a student has achieved in each course (s):
 
A Excellent  “A” generates four grade-points for each credit hour
B Above Average “B” generates three grade points for each credit hour.
C Average  “C” generates two grade points for each credit hour.
D Below Average  “D” generates one grade point for each credit hour.
I Incomplete

“I” indicates an incompletion of the course.  Courses can only be postpone sixweeks into the following term. “I” earns no credit or grade points.  If course completion is not accomplished within six weeks the “I” will result into an “F”.

CF Carry Forward    “CF” a grade will be assigned in a subsequent term.
S Satisfactory “S” earns no credit hours or grade points.

 

Grading Reports

Mid-term grade reports will be issued at allotted time on campus for students that have on campus housing. However, commuters will receive mid-term grades and final grades in the mail. 

End of the term grade reports will be mailed to the students within three – four weeks after the end of the term.  Students are encouraged to review their grade reports and report any error to the Registrars office in the main Administration office.  All grade changes need to be completed within a year of the ending date of the semester in which the grade was assigned

 
Repeating a course
Students that repeat a course here at Clinton Junior College and receives a higher grade in that course then the course will be calculated into the students overall grade point average.
 
Dean's List
Students who earn 12 or more credit hours and have achieved a 3.00-3.4 on a 4.00 scale.
 
President's List
Students who earn 12 or more credit hours and achieved a 3.50-4.00 on a 4.00 scale.
 
Registration
Students are required to register according to the assigned registration schedule for each semester. 
 
Dropping / Adding Courses

Students may add or drop courses within the first five days of a semester.

 
Withdrawal from a course
Students may withdraw from a course or courses after the add/drop date until mid-term with a grade of “W”.  Students must obtain a Withdrawal From Class form from the Registrars office.   If a students decides to withdraw from courses after mid-term, instructor determines the grade received.
 
Withdrawal from the college
Students wishing to withdraw from the College should first talk over the issue with the Academic Advisor and then complete the Withdrawal form in the Registrars office.
Students receiving financial aid should contact the Financial Aid office & Business Office
Fall 2011 Schedule
Month
Day
Date
Description
Time
August
Mon   
15-Aug
New Student Registration for last names: A - L       Library 9:30 am-12:00 Noon
Dorms open for new students
Luncheon for Students, Family, Staff, Faculty  12:00 PM
New Student Academic Orientation, Room 200 1:30 pm-3:00 pm 
Dinner Shaw, Dining Hall 5:00 pm-6:00 pm
Tue
16-Aug
Faculty Returns, Meeting Library Conference Room 10:00 am-12:00 pm or 6:00 pm-8:00 pm 
New Student Registration for last names:  M-Z          Library 9:00 am-11:00 am & 1:30 pm-3:00 pm
Placement Test, Library Computer Lab 9:00 am-11:00 am & 1:30 pm-3:30 pm
New Student Academic Orientation - Room 200 1:30 pm-3:00 pm 
Dinner Dining Hall-All New Students 5:00 pm-6:00 pm
Choir  Shaw Dining Hall 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Wed
17-Aug
Placement Test—Library Computer Lab 9:00 am-11:00 am & 1:30 pm-3:30 pm
Advising/Scheduling for New Students, Registrar Office  9:00 am-4:00 pm
Dinner , Shaw Dining Hall 5:00 pm-6:00 pm
Thu 
18-Aug
Advising/Scheduling for New Students Registrar Office 9 :00 am-4:00 pm
Make-up Placement Test—Library  9:00 am-11:00 am & 1:30 pm-3:30 pm
Dinner, Shaw Dining Hall  5:00 pm-6:00 pm
Fri
19-Aug
Student Affairs Orientation-Library, Multi-Purpose Room  10:00 am-12:00 pm 
Mon
22-Aug
Returning Students Registration Day Student Affairs Office 9:00 am-3:00 pm
Business Office/Financial Aid Office
Tue
23-Aug
Classes Begin
Wed
24-Aug
Orientation Lyceum (all students, staff, faculty)  10:00 am-11:00 am
September
Fri
2-Sep
Last day for late registration for new students /Last day to Add or drop  
Mon
5-Sep
Labor Day—Offices Closed/No Classes
Wed
28-Sep
Fall Convocation
 October
Wed-Fri
Oct 19-25 
Mid-Term Testing 
Wed-Sun
Oct 26-30 
Fall Break—Offices Closed /No Classes
Mon
31-Oct
Classes resume
31-Oct
 Grades are due 12:00 noon
November
Nov 23-27
Thanksgiving Holiday—College and Dorms Closed/No Classes
Mon
28-Nov
Classes resume
December
Thu-Wed
Dec 1-7
Final Exams
Dec 9-Jan 8
Christmas Holiday/Semester Break - Dorms closed / No Classes
Fri
Dec. 14
Last day for Administration and Staff-College
Closed-Dec. 14-Jan 3
 
Spring 2012 Schedule
Month
Day
Date
Description
Time
January
Wed
4-Jan
Administration returns for Spring Semester
Thu
5-Jan
Faculty returns for Spring Semester
Sun
8-Jan
Dorms open for returning students
Mon
9-Jan
Registration  9:00 am-11:45 am & 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
New Students Placement Test  1:30 pm-4:00 pm
New Students Orientation  4:00 pm-5:00 pm
Wed
11-Jan
Classes begin
Mon
17-Jan
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day—Offices Closed/No Classes
Fri
20-Jan
Last day for late registration for new students / Last day to Add and Drop  
February
Mon-Fri
Feb 6-10
Black History Week Activities
March
Mon-Fri
Mar 5-9
Founders’ Day Activities
Wed
7-Mar
Society of 1894 Luncheon 11:30 am-1:00 pm
Fri
9-Mar
Founders’ Day Program 10:00 AM
Mon-Thu
Mar 12-15 
Mid-term Testing, grades 
Mon
19-Mar
Grades Due
Tues-Wed
Mar 20-21
Sophomore Class Audit for Graduation Status 
Sat- Mon
Mar 31-Apr 9
Spring Break/Easter Break- No Classes/College Closed
April
Tues
10-Apr
Classes Resume
Tues-Thu
Apr 24-26 
Early Registration for Fall Semester
Mon-Thu
Apr 23-26
Final Exams
Mon-Fri
April 30-May 5 
Graduation Activities
May
Wed
2-May
Grades Due 12:00 noon
Wed
4-May
Baccalaureate Services 6:00 PM
         

Graduation Luncheon
(Provided by Faculty/Staff) 

12:00 pm-2:00 pm
Sat
5-May
Commencement
(Graduation Ceremony) 
3:00 PM
Dorms Closed
Tues
14-Aug
Faculty Returns

 

Faculty
 

Clinton Junior College is fortunate to have dedicated and highly skilled faculty. The Faculty lends itself to the students unselfishly. Several faculty members have been recognized locally and nationally in their respective disciplines. Clinton Junior College faculty serve on boards and commissions, acting as technical specialists and consultants for community initiatives.

 
Full Time Faculty

Dr. Karis Clark
Department Chair of Early Childhood/Professor
B.A. Political Science, Florida A&M University
M.A.T. Early Childhood Education, College of Charleston
Ed.S. Degree in Educational Administration, South Carolina State University
Ed.D. Degree in Educational Leadership, South Carolina State University
Willie Graham
Department Chair of Business Administration/Professor
B.S. Business, University of South Carolina 
M.B.A.  Pfeiffer University
Leonard Holley
Department Chair of STEM Studies/Professor, Chemistry
B.S. Chemistry, Elizabeth City State University
M.S. Physical Chemistry, Atlanta Clark University
Dr. Ronald Sherer
Professor of Biology
B.S. Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
M.S. Northeastern College of Medicine, Evanston, IL
M.D. Howard University, Washington, D.C. 
Rev. Marion Wilson          
Department Chair of Religious Studies/ Professor
B.S. Mathematics, Claflin University
M.Div. Hood Theological Seminary
Elizabeth A.W. Reid
President, Faculty Council/Professor Biology
B.S. Livingstone College
M.Ed. Winthrop University
Dr. Cynthia Roddey 
Department Chair of Liberal Arts/Professor English/ Computers Science
B.A. English and Religion, Johnson C. Smith University
M.A.T.  English, Winthrop University
Ph.D. Church Administration
Part Time Faculty

Josie Adams
Associate Professor, Early Childhood Education
M.S. Reading, Queens College
B.S. Elementary Education, City College, New York
Clinton Alexander
Associate Professor, English
B.A. English and Philosophy
M.A English
K. Letron Brantley
Associate Professor of Computer Science
B.S., Technical Management/Computer Information System
DeVry  University
Dr. Dwayne Brown
DOE Consultant/ Associate Professor, Physics
B.A. , Mathematics and Physics, North Park College, IL
M.A. Mathematics, University of Berkeley, California
Ph.D Mathematics Education, University of South Carolina
Ernest Brown
Professor of Physical Health
B.S. Health & Physical Ed., North Carolina Central Unversity
M.P.H Health Admin., UNC-Chapel Hill; 
M.Ed. UNC-Charlotte
Dr. Terry Brown
Professor, Freshman Research Seminar
B.S. Education, Fayetteville State University
M.Ed. Education Administration, Fayetteville State University
Ed.D. Educational Leadership, Fayetteville State University
Cynthia Bryant
Associate Professor, Chemistry
B.S. Science, Benedict College
M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering, NC A&T State University
Della Marie Cheeks
Dalton Gallery Director/Associate Professor ,Art
A.A. Engineering Graphics, York Technical College
B.A. Visual Arts, Winthrop University
Dr. Elaine J. Copeland
Professor, Psychology 
B.S. Biology, Livingstone College
M.A.T. Education, Psychology, Winthrop University
M.B.A. University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Ph.D. Counselor Education, Oregon State University
Dr. Robert Copeland, Jr.
Professor, Psychology
B.A. Easter Illinois University
M.Ed. Education, Winthrop University
Ed.D. Gardner-Webb University
Miriam Edwards 
Associate Professor, Spanish
B.A. Secondary Spanish Education, Clemson University
M.A. Spanish, Winthrop University
Minora Hicks 
Associate Professor, Freshman Research Seminar
B.A. Livingstone College
M.L.S. Atlanta University
Rev. Sharon Jenkins 
Associate Professor, Religion
B.A. Livingstone College
M.Div. Hood Theological Seminary
Alton Johnson 
Professor of Mathematics
B.S. Mathematics, Winthrop University
M.B.A  Winthrop University
Phillip Jorgu’ 
Professor, English
B.A.  Mass Communications, University of Liberia
M.A. English/Literature, Winthrop University
Dr. Angela Killian
Professor, Freshman Semester/Honors Program
B.A. Sociology, Winthrop University
M.A. Law, American University
J.D. Law, University of District of Columbia
John R. King 
Associate Professor, History
B.A. Sociology, Morehouse College
M.Ed. Strayer University
Carol Lewis 
Professor of History
B.S. History, NC Central University
M.S. History, NC Central University
Antonio Mickel
Associate Professor, Computer Science
M.S. Project Management, Keller-DeVry University
Leah Moody
Associate Professor, Political Science
B.A. Political Science, Hampton University
M.A. Political Science, Hampton University
J.D. Law, University of South Carolina 
Mildred Moore
Professor, English
B.A. Livingstone College,
M.A.T. English, Winthrop University
Idi Murray
Associate Professor, Mathematics
B.S. Electrical Engineering, Hampton University
MBA Webster University
M.A. T. University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Dr. Shebby Neely-Goodwin
Professor, Sociology
B. A.S., Psychology, Winthrop University
M.S.W., University of South Carolina
PH.D. Philosophy in Social Work, University of South Carolina
Janis S. Pendleton 
Professor, Sociology/Freshman Research Seminar
B.S. Sociology, Kentucky Wesleyan University 
M.S. Ed. Administration, Murray State University
Anthony Peques 
Associate Professor, Freshman Seminar
B.A. Political Science, Winthrop University
M.B.A. Human Resource Management, Strayer University
Dr. Marielon Ratliff
Professor, Music
B.A. Music Education, Southern College of Birmingham
M.A. Elementary Education in Performing Arts, Indiana University
Ph.D. Music Education, Indiana University
Dr. Bertha Roddey
Associate Professor, African American Studies
B.A. Education, J.C. Smith University
M. Ed. University of North Carolina, 
Ph.D. African American Studies, The Union School
Susan Rust 
Associate Professor, Mathematics
B.A. Mathematics, Agnes Scott College
M.A. Mathematics, University of North Carolina
Jeffery Sligh
Professor, Music
B.A. Music Education, University of South Carolina
M.A. Music Education, Winthrop
Rebecca Sheppard
Associate Professor, Early Childhood Education
A.A. Liberal Arts, Clinton Junior College
B.A. Elementary Education, Livingstone College
M.A. Early Childhood Education, Adelphi University
Rev. Alan Stewart
Associate Professor, Religious Studies
B.S. Business Mathematics/Statistics, University of South Carolina
M.Div. Hood Theological Seminary
Roderick Woods
Associate Professor, Physical Education
B.S. Physical Education, Eastern Kentucky University
 
Administrative Cabinet

Dr. Elaine J. Copeland
President, BS Livingstone College, MAT Winthrop Univ., MBA Univ. of IL. at Urbana Champaign, PhD Oregon St. Univ.
E-mail
 
Dr. Robert M. Copeland, Jr.
VP for Student Affairs, Director/Counselor of Student Support Services BA, Eastern Illinois Univ., M.Ed. Winthrop University; Ed.D. Gardner-Webb University
E-mail
 
Archinya Ingram

Vice President of Business and Finance
B.A., Clemson University

E-mail
 

Janis Pendleton
VP for Academic Affairs, BA Kentucky Wesleyan, M.Ed Murray St. Univ.
E-mail
Rev. Lloyd Snipes
Director of Plant Operations, AA Clinton Junior College
E-mail
 
Mr. Willie Tabor
Vice President of Institutional Advancement
B.A., Livingstone College
MS. Ed., North Carolina A&T
E-mail
 
Ms.  Judith Cowan
Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness and Default Management
B.A. Shaw University
M.Ed. Trenton State College
E-mail
 
Administrative Support Staff
Sadie-Pye Jumper
Coordinator of Financial Aid/Institutional Research and Assessment, AA Clinton Junior College
E-mail
 
Judith Cowan

Director of Institutional Effectiveness and Default Management
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ
Doctoral Studies in Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education
and Higher Education Administration

Trenton State College, Trenton, NJ
M.Ed. in Student Personnel Services, 1978

Shaw University, Raleigh, NC
B.A. Business Management and Economics, 1976
Graduated Magna Cum Laude

 

Altravise Hunt-Allen
Registrar
B.A. Management and Finance
Winthrop University
 
 
Cheryl Webb
Assistant to the President/Office Manager
E-mail
 
Pamela L. Douglas
Administrative Assistant/Data Specialist
E-mail
 
Adrein Mackey
Receptionist/Administrative Assistant
York Technical College
A.A. Office Systems Technology
 
Kendra Craig
Student Accounts/Accounting
Stayer University 
B.A. Business Administration
 
Omega Honeywood

Director of Student Support Services
AA, York Technical College;
BSW, Winthrop University;
M. Arts in Counseling, Webster University;
Sc.D in Clinical Psychology, Bedford University

 
Kim Shepard
Coordinator of Special
Projects/HUD/Financial Aid Assistant
Student - E-mail Access
Staff/Faculty - E-mail Access
( Access to off campus e-mail)
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