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  • Main Campus: MG-12, Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.; Saturday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
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West Building Construction Notice

West Building Construction Notice
The College is removing the existing escalators in the West Building and installing a fixed stair system in its place. The work begins on Tuesday, August 23, 2016, and is expected to last 19 weeks. Temporary barriers will be erected around the escalators to contain construction dust and debris. Heavy construction and demolition activities will be performed in the evenings and on weekends. Advisory signage will direct you to the stairways in the building, and elevators in the building will continue to be available for use. We ask for your patience as these temporary inconveniences will lead to a permanent improvement for all of us.


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It is your responsibility as a student to officially drop classes prior to the start of the term if you do not plan to remain enrolled in classes. This applies to all students including those receiving financial aid. Failure to do so will result in tuition and applicable fees being charged to your student account for which you will be held financially responsible. If you drop classes after the start of the term, you will be subject to the College’s Refund Policy. For more information, please review the Refund Policy in the College Catalog.


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