Welcome to the College of
Marin
Welcome to the College of Marin (COM)
Orientation where your excellence is
determined by your own personal
achievements and success.
College of Marin- An Opportunity to
Develop Personal Excellence
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The right choice for you!!!!
1) Small class sizes
2) Excellent faculty to classroom-student ratios
3) Affordable fees
4) Diverse student population
5) Student activities
6) Earn associate degrees or vocational certificates
7) Complete Freshman and sophomore level college
courses acceptable to University of California,California
State Universities and Private institutions.
College of Marin –Online Orientation - Your
First Choice Towards Your Personal Excellence
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Important
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How long does the orientation take?
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You must have an application of admission on file with
COM so that we can record your completion of this
Orientation. If you have not done so, please complete the
online application now. (www.marin.edu ) Go to “New
Student” link.
This orientation takes 45 minutes which will allow you to
develop a sound foundation for your plan of success at
COM.
How do I proceed?
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To proceed through the steps in sequence, click on
NEXT>> or BACK>> at the bottom of each page.
COM Orientation
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What does this orientation offer?
It will provide you with information that will allow you,
the student, to make choices towards your personal
success at the College of Marin.
It will allow you to explore the numerous
opportunities that are available to you to…
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Enhance basic skills
Embark on new career
Enrich yourself
Transfer to a university
College of Marin – The 7 Steps towards
Personal Excellence
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Complete Application for
Admission
Complete Orientation
Take English and Math
Assessment Tests
Counseling Appointment to
create Plan for Success
Registration
Buy textbooks and supplies
Follow-up (checking your
academic progress)
College Success Tips and
Resources
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Fees or Fee Waiver
Fees
No Charge
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Your Choice
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College of Marin – Three Ways to
Complete the Application for Admission
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www.marin.edu
1) Go to the website listed above and complete the
online application for admission (or)
2) Come to the Kentfield Campus and fill out an
application for admission in person and turn it in to the
Admissions and Records Office located in the Student
Services Building (or)
3) Come to the IVC Campus and fill out an application
for admission in person and turn it in to the Admissions
and Records Office located in the Student Services Bldg.
College of Marin – The College Success
Workshop (Orientation / English and Math
Placement Test
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You may complete this online orientation prior to
taking the English Placement Test and Math
Placement Test.
To sign up for a College Success Workshopplease check the Fall / Spring Credit Schedule
or the COM website
If you have completed less than 15 college units,
you are required to take a workshop.
For exemptions from the workshop, please see
the Schedule or COM Website.
College of Marin – Your Plan for Success
The Counseling Appointment.
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You will be offered a ½ hour scheduled appointment
with a counselor to review your Assessment Test
scores and to create and develop a plan for
success.
Please bring SAT scores / Advanced Placement
(AP) test scores, transcripts / grades from other two
year or four year institutions.
After you have seen a counselor you will be able to
do online registration for courses that you wish to
take for the upcoming term.
College of Marin – Registration –Your
Development of Life Long Skills are Worth the
Price!!!
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The enrollment fees are $20 a unit. (subject to change)
A Health Fee and Student Rep Fee is also charged.
You may do:
 Online Registration
 In Person Registration
You may pay with either cash /check /Credit Card.
You may be eligible for a BOGG- Board of Governors Grant,
which will pay for your enrollment fees.
Please visit the Financial Aid office located in the Student
Services Building for additional opportunities and programs to
assist you.
College of Marin – Preparing for the First
Day at COM….
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Visit the COM bookstore for a listing of your
textbooks needed. Bring your registration
receipt to aid you in finding your books
You may be eligible for financial assistance in
purchasing your books. Visit the Financial Aid
Office for further information
Be sure you purchase a parking permit.
ATTEND THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS!!!
BE ON TIME TO CLASS!!!!!
#1- College of Marin – Terms and Definitions
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KTD
 Kentfield Campus
IVC
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Indian Valley Campus
College Success Workshop
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An expanded activity that includes Orientation to COM and the English and
Math Placement Test for new students
EPT
 English Placement Test
MPT
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Math Placement Test
Reentry Orientation
 If you are a new or returning student after an absence from school and
older than 25 years of age
DSPS Orientation
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Find out how DSPS helps students succeed, qualify for classroom
accommodations, and receive testing for a learning disability.
COM ONLINE ORIENTATION
QUIZ #1
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1) What are the different ways to fill out the
Application for Admissions? Phone / Paper Application / Online /
Voicemail/
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2) What are the two (2) ways to enroll into classes at
COM?/ Voicemail / Email / In Person / Online
3) To enroll into classes during the first two weeks of
classes, what color card to you use? Blue / Yellow / White
4) What is the College of Marin website
address?www.com.edu / www.marin.edu /www.marin.cc.ca.us ./ www.com.cc.ca.us
5) Where do you go to establish a student web
account? ( a place where you can register, see your
grades, etc.) Records and Admissions Office/ Transfer Center / Bookstore /
www.mycom.marin.edu / Counseling Department
COLLEGE OF MARIN – Academic
Support Resources
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Counseling
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Transfer / Career Center
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Academic / Career / Personal Counseling Services are
available both day and evening hours to help students
establish or clarify educational goals and work out
problems of a social and personal nature that can
negatively affect a student’s academic performance.
The Transfer / Career Center provides information and
guidance to all students intending to transfer to a four- year
college or university.
Outreach
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The Office of Outreach will employ COM’s educational
resources to contribute to improving the quality of life and
education for Marin County residence.
COLLEGE OF MARIN – Academic
Support Resources
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Testing – COM recognizes the importance of
testing and assessment in both educational
planning and successful academic
performance.
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English and Math Assessments
ESL Placement Testing
Vocational Interest and Personality inventories
COLLEGE OF MARIN – Academic
Support Resources
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Reentry Services
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The Reentry Services Program assists women and men
who are single parents, displaced homemakers, or
returning to school after a long period of time. Academic,
Personal and Career Counseling is available as well as
referral services to campus and community organizations
CalWORKS
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COM, in partnership with Marin County, provides
educational and support services to students who
participate in this program. You must be referred by Marin
County CalWORKS Department.
COLLEGE OF MARIN – Academic
Support Resources
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High School Equivalency Preparation
(GED and CHSPE) Basic Skills.
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The High School Equivalency Preparation
Program is a learning lab to help those who have
not graduated from high school pass the General
Educational Development (GED) and California
High School Proficiency Exam ( CHSPE.)
The Basic Skills Program is a learning lab for
community members wishing to improve their
reading, writing and math skills.
COLLEGE OF MARIN – Academic
Support Resources
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Disabled Students Program
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This program offers support services and/or
special classes to students with learning,
communication, physical and psychological
disabilities.
Children’s Centers
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The Children’s Centers are located on both
campuses and provide a high quality preschool
program. Interested parents must submit a
preliminary application available at the Centers.
COLLEGE OF MARIN – Academic
Support Resources
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Job Placement / Career Employment
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The Job Placement Office helps students and former students
find employment in the community and the greater Bay Area.
Extended Opportunity Program and Services
(EOPS) / Cooperative Agencies and Resources for
Education (CARE)
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EOPS offers assistance to students who meet the EOPS
State guidelines. Support services include counseling,
tutoring, books grants, and peer advisement. CARE is an
additional support program for EOPS eligible students who are
AFDC / TANF parents. CARE grants are available for books,
transportation and childcare.
COLLEGE OF MARIN – Academic
Support Resources
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Tutoring Center
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The Tutoring Center offers free drop-in and small
group tutoring to College of Marin students in nearly
all disciplines. (Learning Center Rm.160)
College Health Center
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The COM Health Center provides first aid, care,
health education and treatment for short term
medical concerns, over the counter medications
and some prescription medications and
immunizations, Tuberculin testing, voluntary
insurance plans and much more.
Student Affairs Program and Associated
Students
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Through involvement with the Associated
Students or College Clubs, students may
participate in “hands-on” curriculum designed
for personal and professional development.
Student Services Center
Associated Students (ASCOM) / (ASEC)
Student Clubs
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Students may promote their special interests by
joining or forming student clubs on campus under
the sponsorship of ASCOM.
Student Affairs Program and Associated
Students
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College Honor Society
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The Alpha Gamma Sigma, Sigma Nu and Phi
Theta Kappa Chapters at COM are associated
with the California Community Colleges Alpha
Gamma Sigma Honor Society. Both societies
encourage and recognize scholarship and also
promote community and college service.
Food Services
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Campus Bistro offers a variety of food selections
throughout the year.
Library and Bookstore
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Library
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Kentfield Monday: Thursday- 8:00am – 9:00pm /
Fridays: 8:00am – 4:00 pm (Fall and Spring
Semesters) Summer Hours - as posted. The
library is located in the Learning Resource Center
- 2nd Floor
Bookstore
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Kentfield - Learning Resource Center – Ground
floor
Transportation and Parking
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Transportation
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Student Parking
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Parking is available on various campus locations. Please do not park
in areas designated for Staff or Faculty. Please read all signs that
are posted at each entrance of each parking lot for special rules and
the permits that are required.
Student Parking Permits
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Golden Gate Transit provides bus service from most areas of Marin
County to the College.
Permits are required except on Saturday, Sunday and holidays. A
$50 parking permit may be purchased for Fall or Spring semester.
Summer Term parking permit is $25. A daily parking permit is
available for $3.00 at machines located in each parking lot. (All fees
are subject to change.)
Disabled Parking
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Parking Permits are not required on vehicles displaying disabled
placard or license plates issued by the California DMV.
Computer Centers
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Science Computer Center
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CIS and Business Office Systems Labs
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Science Ctr Rms 143 and 144 – Provides students with easy, open
access to computers to help them with their classes in math, science
and engineering.
KTD – Room LC 22 . At the Indian Valley Campus located in the
Ohlone Cluster-Rooms 123 / 121. Labs provide Windows- based
personal computers on both campuses. Access to laser printing,
scanning and variety of application software is for support of classes
offered.
Multimedia Studies Labs
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Indian Valley Campus Ohlone Cluster - Room 103/121 houses
Macintosh computers. Lab hours for multimedia courses take place
in this lab.
Special Programs
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Media Courses
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(Distance Learning) The College offers a variety
of credit courses by television, videocassette and
the Web.
Echo Times
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A student newspaper is the production of the
journalism classes. It is published regularly
throughout the academic year.
College of Marin - Special Programs
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Dance Program
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Drama Program
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A variety of programs are offered at Kentfield and IVC.
including jazz, ballet, modern and musical theater dance,
plus choreography, improvisation and dance history.
This program stages two Fine Arts Theater Main Stage and
two Studio Theater productions during the school year.
Music Program
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The program includes groups that serve the various
interests and abilities of students and the community.
#2 - College of Marin – Terms and
Definitions
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Media Courses
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ASCEC
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COM classes that are offered as a distance learning
version of the traditional courses at the college.
Activities and programs that develop leadership ability,
interpersonal skills and community involvement.
Tutoring Center
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The Tutoring Center offers free drop-in and small group
tutoring to College of Marin students in nearly all disciplines.
COM ONLINE ORIENTATION
QUIZ #2
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What is the name of the COM student
Newspaper? The Student Voice / Independent Journal /.Echo Times
Where is the Tutoring Center located?
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Student Services Building Room A/B / LC 160 / FH 120
How much does it cost for a semester long
parking permit? (Fall or Spring term) $50.00/ $30.00 /
$40.00 /
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Video cassette and Web- Based courses are
what type of courses? Video Courses / Videoteleconferenced
Courses / Web Based Courses / Televised Courses/ Distance Education Courses
GRADUATION AND DEGREE
REQUIREMENTS –
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The Associate of Arts (AA) or the Associate of
Science (AS) Degrees will be awarded to any
student upon satisfactory completion of all the
following 7 requirements.
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1) Units – Minimum requirement of 60 degree applicable
units. (Courses numbered 1-99 are not degree applicable).
2) Major Requirement – At least 18 units of study must be
taken in a single discipline or related disciplines as indicated in
the College of Marin Catalog.
3) Scholarship – An overall GPA of 2.0 (“C” average) in all
degree applicable courses ( numbered 100 and above) either
taken at COM and in all accredited lower division courses
transferred from other colleges.
4) Residence – Complete 12 units in the major requirements
at COM
GRADUATION AND DEGREE
REQUIREMENTS
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5) Math Proficiency – Satisfactory Score on
the Math Assessment Test- Eligible for
Intermediate Algebra (Math 103) OR
completion of Math 101 or Math 101A and B
or Math 101X and Y
6) General Education – A minimum of 19
units of General Education is required for the
AA or AS.
7) Application for Graduation
College of Marin
Academic Departments
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Behavioral Sciences
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415 485 9480
415 485 9580
Physical Sciences
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415 485 9460
Physical Education / Athletics
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415 485 9348
Performing Arts
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415 485 9348
Fine / Visual Arts
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415 485 9510
Modern Languages
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415 485 9642
English/Humanities
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415 485 9510
Mathematics
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415 485 9432
English as a 2nd Language
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415 485 9667
Life / Earth Sciences
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415 485 9348
Counseling
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415 485 2211 EXT 108
Communications
Health Sciences
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415 485 9610
Career Education
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415 485 9630
Business / Information Systems
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415 485 9510
Social Sciences
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415 485 9630
Associate Degree Programs ( A.A.
Degree)
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Art
Behavioral Science
Business Admin.
Communication
Dance
Drama
English
Ethnic Studies
French
History
Humanities
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Liberal Arts / Science
Mathematics
Modern Languages
Music
Natural Sciences
Phys Education / Health
Political Science
Social Science
Spanish
Speech
University Transfer
Associate Degree Programs ( A.S. Degree)
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Administrative Justice
Applied Accounting
Auto Collision Repair
Auto Technology –
Chassis
Auto Technology –
Electrical
Auto Technology –
Emission
Auto Technology –
Master Repair
Biology
Business-General
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Business-Management
Business Office Systems
Chemistry
Computer Information
Systems
Computer Science
Court Reporting
Dental AssistingRegistered
Design-Applied
Associate Degree Programs ( A.S. Degree)
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Design Applied -Interior
Design – Architectural
Early Childhood
Engineering
Engineering Tech –
Occupational
Environmental
Landscaping
Geography
Geology
Machine / Metals
Technology
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Medical Assisting –
Administrative / Clinical
Medical Assisting –
Administrative
Medical Assisting –
Clinical
Multimedia Studies
Natural History
Nursing: Registered (RN)
Physical Science
Physics
Real Estate
Career Certificates
Prepare students to enter careers designated on their certificates.
These programs are generally one year or more with at least 18 units
in the major required.
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Administrative Justice
Automotive Technology
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Chassis Repair
Electrical / Performance
Emissions / Performance
Master Repair
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Applied Accounting
Business General
Business Management
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Medical Specialty
Office Management Specialty
Computer Information Systems
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Business
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Business Office Systems
Desktop Publishing
Desktop Network Specialty
Microcomputer Manager.
Microcomputer Programmer
Court Reporting
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Certified Shorthand Reporter
Machine Shorthand Option in
Legal or Medical Secretary
Scopist, Medical
Transcriptionist, or Text Entry
Specialist
Career Certificates
Prepare students to enter careers designated on their certificates. These programs
are generally one year or more with at least 18 units in the major required.
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Dental Assisting, Registered
Early Childhood Education
Environmental Landscape
 Landscape Construction/
Design
 Landscape Maintenance
 Nursery Management
International Studies
Machine / Metals Technology
Medical Assisting
 Administrative and Clinical
 Administrative
 Clinical
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Multimedia Studies
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Authoring Specialty
Sound and Video Design
Visual Design
Natural History
Real Estate
Skills Certificate
Program that constitutes a skill set that enables a student to upgrade or advance
in an existing career. The program consist of fewer than 18 units and is shorter in
duration and narrower in scope than the Career Certificate
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Auto Collision Repair
Technology
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Mechanical / Electrical
Nonstructural Damage Repair
Painting / Refinishing
Structural Damage Repair
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Business Office Systems
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Computer Info Systems
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Auto Technology
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Auto Service Advisor
Brake and Suspension
Drive Trains
Electrical / Performance
Emissions
Engine Repair
Heating / Air Conditioning
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Administrative Assistant
Medical Transcriber
Desktop A+ Centered Skills
Microsoft Office Database
Specialist
Microsoft Office Specialist
Network Security
Print Production
Web Programming
Early Childhood Education
Skills Certificate
Program that constitutes a skill set that enables a student to upgrade or advance
in an existing career. The program consist of fewer than 18 units and is shorter in
duration and narrower in scope than the Career Certificate
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Environmental Landscaping
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Design
Environmental Science
Fire Technology (EMT)
Medical Assisting
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Medical Terminology
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MediSoft
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Phlebotomy
Multimedia Studies
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Multimedia Animation
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Multimedia Audio Production
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Multimedia Design
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Multimedia Production
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Multimedia Video Production
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Multimedia Web Authoring
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Nursing Education
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Physical Education
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IV Insertion
Personal Fitness Trainer
Real Estate
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Appraisal
Law
Property Management
#3 - College of Marin – Terms and
Definitions
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Associate Degree
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Career Certificate
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The program consist of fewer than 18 units and are shorter in
duration and narrower in scope than the Career Certificate
Major
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These programs are generally one year or more with at least
18 units in the major required.
Skills Certificate
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Minimum requirement of 60 degree applicable units, with a
minimum of 18 units in a concentration.
At least 18 units must be taken in a single discipline
Residency Rule
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Complete at least 12 units of the 18 units of the major
requirements at the College of Marin
COM ONLINE ORIENTATION
QUIZ #3
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How many degree applicable units do you
need to complete in order to earn an AA
degree? 18/ 30/ 56/ 60
What is the Math Proficiency for an AA/AS
Degree? Any math above Intermediate Algebra / Testing into Beginning
Algebra / Completion of Beginning Algebra or Math Placement test results above
Beginning Algebra
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What are the 3 main components to an AA /
AS degree? Major / General Education / Electives / All the Above
How many units do you need to complete in
order to earn a Skills Certificate? More than 18 units / 30
units / Less than 18 units
Transfer Information – Transfer from College of
Marin to a 4 - year College or University
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Students planning to transfer from College of Marin
to a 4 - year college or university should plan their
program to include both general education
requirements and the specific major requirements of
the particular college or university. Students should
work closely with a counselor in order to make the
appropriate course selections that will permit
transfer with junior standing to a 4 - year institution
after College of Marin. Lower division requirements
vary considerably from college to college. Careful
planning, with the support of the COM Counseling
Dept., will enhance the student’s successful transfer.
California State University Transfer
Information
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Lower Division Transfer Admission
Requirements –
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Have less than 60 transferable units
Have a minimum GPA of a 2.0 or higher in
transferable units
In good standing with COM
California State University Transfer
Information
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Upper Division Transfer Admission
Requirements
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Have 60 or more transferable units
GPA must be 2.0 or higher in transferable units
In good standing with COM
Will have or have completed a minimum 30
semester units of courses equivalent to GE
requirements with a “C” or higher.
The 30 units must include English Composition,
Oral Communication and College level math.
University of California Transfer
Information
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This information is for the University of California
Campuses: Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles,
Merced, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara,
Santa Cruz
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You are a transfer applicant if you graduate from high
school and enroll in a regular session at a college or
university. You may not disregard your college transcript
and apply as a freshman.
COM transfer students should take courses that are
transferable and satisfy both University and college
requirements and prerequisites in the major.
University of California Transfer
Information
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Transfer admission requirements represent the
minimum level of achievement to be eligible for
admission to the university.
If the number of applicants exceeds the spaces
available for a particular campus or major- as is
often the case, the campus uses supplemental
criteria that exceed the minimum requirements to
select students. Meeting the minimum requirements,
therefore, is not enough to gain admission to many
UC campuses and programs.
University of California Transfer
Information
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Guaranteed Admission Transfer Contracts – College of
Marin has guaranteed admission transfer contracts with
many universities. To find out specific details and criteria
please contact the Counseling Department.
IGETC – Intersegmental General Education Transfer
Curriculum (IGETC) is a program that COM students
can use to fulfill lower division requirements at both the
University of California and the California State
University. The IGETC will permit a student to transfer
from COM to either the UC or CSU system without the
need, after transfer, to take additional courses to satisfy
campus lower division general education requirements.
University of California Transfer
Information
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IGETC
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The IGETC is not an admission requirement to the UC or
CSU system. Existing campus specific admission
requirements for transfer students remain unchanged.
IMPORTANT
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It is not advisable for all transfer students to follow the
IGETC. Some students may be better served by taking
courses that fulfill the CSU general education breadth
requirements or those of the UC campus to which they plan
to transfer. Contact a COM counselor for further information
regarding the UC or CSU schools where completion of the
IGETC is not recommended.
#4 - College of Marin Terms and
Definitions
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CSU
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California State University System with 23 campuses located
throughout the state.
UC
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University of California system with 10 campuses
Upper Division
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Status earned by a CC transfer student who completes 60
transferable units with the appropriate general education
requirements, major preparation and GPA completed.
IGETC
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Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum, is a
program that COM transfer students can use to fulfill lower
division general education requirements for either the UC or CSU
system
COM ONLINE ORIENTATION
QUIZ #4
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The IGETC is an admission requirement for
transfer students. True or False
To transfer to a CSU campus you need to
complete English Composition, Oral
Communication and College level math. True or
False
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The IGETC is a required general education
pattern for all transfer students to follow. True or
False
College of Marin – Terms and Definitions
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Student Units and Hours
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The conventional measurement of college work is called a
unit. It represents one lecture hour per week for one semester
unit.( together with two hours of preparation outside of class)
or 3 hours of lab work. Credit for courses offered at COM is
awarded in semester units.
Prerequisites, Corequisites, and Advisories
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A prerequisite is a condition of enrollment that a student is
required to meet in order to demonstrate current readiness for
enrollment in a particular course or program. Students must
complete prerequisite courses with a grade of “C”, “CR” or
higher, prior to registering in the course that requires the
prerequisite.
College of Marin – Terms and Definitions
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Co-requisites
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Advisories
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An advisory is a condition that a student is advised, but not required,
to meet before or in conjunction with the enrollment in a course or
educational program.
Grading Systems
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A co-requisite is a condition of enrollment consisting of a course that
a student is required to take simultaneously while enrolled in another
course.
Different grading systems are used for different courses. Some will
be limited to letter grades, some will be limited to credit / no credit
grading and the remainder will be optional letter or credit / no credit
grades, upon agreement between the instructor and the student.
Midterm Grade
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Midterm grades are available for students online at
www.mycom.marin.edu (student portal)
College of Marin – Terms and Definitions
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Final Grade
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Enrollment, evaluation and credit for courses shall be entered on
the student’s official academic record in accordance with the
College policy and state law. A copy of that record is called a
transcript.
Credit / No Credit Option
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Credit / No Credit grading encourages students to take a wider
variety of courses and extend their intellectual horizons without
jeopardizing their grade point average.
Incomplete Grades
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An Incomplete grade may be assigned to a student who has
completed all but one assignment due to a justifiable emergency
or unforeseeable reason at the end of the semester.( There are
limitations to the use of this type of grading depending on the
program of study and/or school.)
College of Marin – Terms and Definitions
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Non Progress Grades – (NPG)
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Grade Points
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Grades of I, NC & W
Each letter grade has the following point
assignment for each unit. A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1,
F=0
Grade Point Average –(GPA)
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Divide the total grade points earned by the
number of units attempted. Do not include
I,IP,W,CR or NC.
College of Marin – Terms and Definitions
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Probation
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A warning that a student’s grades or progress do not meet
acceptable standards.
Dismissal
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A student is not allowed to continue at COM unless the student
receives special permission from the Academic Standards
Committee.
Academic Probation
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A student who does not have at least a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or
less than a 2.0 GPA during a semester of academic probation.
Progress Probation
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A student who has 50% or more non passing grade (NPG) in
cumulative semesters or 50% or more NPG in a semester of
probation.
College of Marin – Terms and Definitions
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Academic Dismissal
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Progress Dismissal
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A student who has less than a cumulative grade point
average ( GPA) of 1.75 in 3 consecutive semesters or less
than a 2.0 GPA during a semester of probation including
summer session.
A student who has 50% or more non passing grades
(NPG) in 3 consecutive semesters or a student who has
50% or more NPG during a semester of probation including
summer session.
Repeatable Classes
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A student may repeat any non- repeatable course ONE
TIME, taken at COM if a substandard grade of “D”, “F”, or
“NC” has been recorded.
COM ONLINE ORIENTATION
QUIZ #5
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Progress probation is when a student who
does not have at least a 2.0 semester GPA
during a semester. True or False
Letter grades of a “D” and “F” are considered
non progress grades. True or False
Transfer requirements for the Business Major
is the same for San Francisco State and
Sonoma State because they are part of the
CSU system. True or False
COM ONLINE ORIENTATION
QUIZ #5

A student may repeat any course taken at
COM for which a substandard grade of “D”,
“F”, or “NC” has been recorded 3 times. True or
False
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San Francisco State is part of the UC
system. True or False
COM students who wish to transfer to a four
year college should try to complete General
Education requirements as well as major prerequisites courses. True or False
Congratulations- you have completed the
College of Marin Online Orientation.
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
Please complete the form below and e mail it to:
[email protected]
If you have not completed or successfully completed
any College level English or Math courses, please
go to our website for the Schedule of the English
and Math Placement Tests. Please register for a
scheduled time that is convenient for you. You may
also visit our Counseling Department to find out
more information regarding the English and Math
Placement Tests.
Congratulations- you have completed the
College of Marin Online Orientation- (cont)

If you have completed any College level
English or Math courses, please contact the
COM Counseling Department within -3working days to make an appointment to
meet with a counselor. You may make this
appointment in person or by calling 415 485
9432. Please bring academic transcripts and
course descriptions with you to this
appointment.
College of Marin Phone Directory
College of Marin Main Number 415 457 8811
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Associated Students
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415 485 9562
415 883 2211 ext 8221
College of Marin Honor Society
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415 485 9350
415 457 8811 ext. 7712
Dance Program
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415 485 9469
Concurrent Enrollment for High
School Students
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415 485 9432
College of Marin Testing Office
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415 485 9458
College of Marin Counseling
Dept
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Children’s Center
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415 485 9603
Cal WORKS
College of Marin Health Center

415 485 9394
Computer Information System
(Business Office Systems)
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415 485 9390
Bookstore
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415 485 9315
Disabled Students Programs
and Services
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415 785 9406
415 485 9455 (Disabled Parking)
College of Marin Phone Directory
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Drama
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415 485 9445
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Job Placement
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415 485 7661
High School/ CHSPE/ GED
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415 485 9605
Food Services
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415 485 9555
EOPS / CARE
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415 485 9410
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Library
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415 457 8811 ext. 7756
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Re- Entry
 415 485 9641
Student Services Center
 415 485 9376
Student Parking Permits
 415 485 9455
Science Computer Center
 415 485 9540
Transfer Center
 415 485 9671
Touchtone Registration
 415 883 3220
Student Rights and Responsibilities –
Student Conduct

Upon enrolling in the College, students
assume the obligation to conduct themselves
in a manner compatible with the educational
purposes of the College. If this obligation is
neglected or ignored by students, the College
shall, in the interest of fulfilling its function,
institute appropriate disciplinary action.
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