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COVID-19 StatementRCC cares about the health of its students, faculty, staff, and community. The health, safety and well-being of students is paramount. RCC will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and provide updates. Students should refer to the COVID-19 Resource page on the College’s website for the latest Coronavirus information.Students who have been sick with COVID-19 symptoms, tested positive for COVID-19, or have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 either through community-related exposure or international travel, must notify their faculty and are required to follow CDC guidance to stay home and self-isolate. Students should refer to RCC’s COVID-19 Case Procedures document located on the College’s webpage for the latest procedures.I understand that the College reserves the right to maintain a safe and orderly educational environment for students, staff, and visitors. When a student's conduct disrupts or threatens to disrupt the college community, appropriate action will be taken to restore and protect the stability and security of that community. [2020 - 2021 RCC Catalog and Student Handbook, p. 283.] I further understand that my refusal to practice social distancing, handwashing, and wear face coverings is a violation of the Student Code of Conduct [2020 - 2021 RCC Catalog and Student Handbook], Student Code of Conduct: 5: ...disruptive conduct that interferes with the normal operation, function, or activity of the College or any of its organizations, personnel, students, or guests. 17: Other: Any behavior deemed by College officials to be a violation of accepted standards or decency and safety, or which threatens the campus working or learning environment, or which are prohibited by local, state, or federal law ] and may result in removal from campus and/or disciplinary action.RCC reserves the right to convert all instruction to the online environment for health and safety reasons.Course InformationBUS 225-0040Business FinanceTerm: Spring 2021Course Meeting Day/TimesCourse Location: On-LineMTWThFSaSu On-LineClass Hours: 2Clinical/Work Experience Hours: 0Lab Hours: 2Credit Hours: 3BUS 225-0040 Spring 2021 Page 1Rev. 07282017; 07132018; 06152020
Instructor InformationParker TurpinEmail Address: [email protected]Office Location: ADT 107-FWeb site: Rockingham Community CollegeTelephone: 336-342-4261 x2253Office Hours: Monday – 8am – 10am and Tuesday 8am – 11am on campus; Virtual Office Hour as needed; other times by appointmentDepartment Chair/Program Director/Dean InformationSarah Evans, Department Chair Email Address: [email protected]Office Location: ADT 107-CTelephone: 336-342-4261 extension 2113Course Delivery MethodsTraditional: Class instruction is taught in a classroom environment face-to-face with an instructor.Hybrid/Blended: Class instruction is a combination of face-to-face meetings and online information delivery.

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