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|04/12/2021||Custom Rod Building||M T W TH||1||$170.00|
|Section Name SEF-300110-100|
Comments: Class is designed to learn the basics of custom fishing rod building. Students will learn how to find spine of rod blank, thread wrapping, guide placement, and attaching tips & grips. At end of class student will have built their own 6'6" spinning rod to take home. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Ryan Love at 704-991-0266. Registration/course fee $170.50 Course #45262
Location: Albemarle Campus
|05/20/2021||TEAS Exam Preparation||T||6||$170.00|
|Section Name SEF-300193-200|
Comments: Amount due at registration $170.50. Registration fee includes tuition, technology fee, and one ATI practice test. ATI TEAS Study Manual 2020-2021 Edition (ISBN 9781565332324) required for class and is available in the SCC Bookstore. Students MUST have internet access and must be able to log into CANVAS (SCC's online course system) on May 20, 2021 to continue in the course. Additional details (including CANVAS link information) will be emailed to students after registration. **In order to hold this class, a minimum of 12 students must be enrolled.**
Instructors: Sharp, Edwards, Holderman, Love
Location: Albemarle Campus
Stanly Community College is pleased to offer a variety of inexpensive, short-term fun classes. Topics include Birds of Stanly County, and Beyond!; Gardening for Beginners; Outdoor Survival Skills Training; Basic Car Maintenance; Sign Language; PC Maintenance; Cake Decorating and more. Bookmark this page and check back periodically to see our classes available.
ADA Statement: If you have a disability that may affect your academic performance and are seeking accommodations, it is your responsibility to inform the ADA services office located in Patterson 122. You may visit https://www.stanly.edu/future-students/college-catalog/student-support-services/disability-services-ada to learn more about ADA services at Stanly Community College. It is important to request accommodations early enough to give the ADA services office adequate time to consider your request and recommend reasonable accommodations. Students are encouraged to initiate the request process 30 days prior to the beginning of a semester or class. Accommodations are not retroactive and can only become active after all required documents are submitted. Instructors will provide necessary accommodations based solely on the recommendations of the ADA services office.
Registration costs are subject to change based on community college funding regulations and requirements.