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Department Chair and Adviser
Faculty Office 2500
Professor and Vice-Chair
College Outcomes Coordinator
Faculty Office 2505
Professor and Vice-Chair
Faculty Office 2506
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OUR COMMITMENT TO BASIC SKILLS REMAINS ONE OF OUR OUTSTANDING QUALITIES
The English department is the student source for help in many levels of reading and writing. Whether you are trying to bring your reading and writing skills to college level or are working to perfect those skills, we have classes to suit you, both standard classes and online/hybrid ones. Our literature classes are taught by dedicated professionals with outstanding experience in their specialties and in general literature fields.
TRY OUR LITERATURE CLASSES THIS SPRING:
WORLD LITERATURE I (203)
AND SEE WHAT'S NEW AT DIRECTION, THE LITERARY MAGAZINE!
To apply to become an hourly instructor for English as a Second Language or instructor of English,
Plagiarism and Academic Dishonesty
The faculty and administration of Pierce College are committed to the belief that honesty and integrity are integral components of the academic process. The College expects students to be honest and ethical at all times in their pursuit of academic goals. Students who violate the code of academic conduct by which the College maintains its academic integrity will be dealt with in a manner reflecting the seriousness of these violations.
I. Violations of academic honesty and integrity occur when a student participates in any act in which he/she uses deception or fraud while performing an academic activity. Violations include, but are not limited to, the following: using study aids such as calculators, tape recorders, or notes when not authorized by the instructor; cheating on examinations, assignments, or experiments (allowing another student to copy one’s answers or copying the answers of other students; exchanging information by any means, including verbal exchanges, sign language, hand signals, secret codes, passed notes, creation of a distraction for the purpose of cheating; changing answers on a previously scored test, assignment, or experiment; inventing information and/or data); allowing another student to assume one’s identity in order to fulfill an assignment or take a test; submitting for a grade the words, ideas, and/or written work (including laboratory notes and drawings) of another person without giving due credit to that person, including purchased papers or papers written by other students; falsifying or attempting to falsify attendance records and/or grade rosters; and conspiring with other students to commit any of the above behaviors.
II. Consequences for any offense against academic honesty and integrity may include: An “F” or a “0” on the examination or assignment. Suspension from the class and other sanctions and/or penalties authorized by the Board of Trustees for violations of the District Code of Conduct. A record of the student’s violation placed in the student’s disciplinary file. Students are required to be honest and complete their own work at all times (homework, class work, quizzes, tests, etc.). Additional information about plagiarism can be found at www.plagiarism.org or through various websites on the Internet.
Special Services – 818 719-6430, Student Services Bldg, 1st floor
Students with disabilities, whether physical, learning, or psychological, who believe that they may need accommodations in this class, are encouraged to contact the office of Special Services as soon as possible to ensure that such accommodations are implemented in a timely fashion. Authorization, based on verification of disability, is required before any accommodation can be made.