The mission of the Science Division is to provide excellence in education in the natural sciences for the student population within Gadsden State Community College's service area. This is accomplished by offering a wide variety of freshman and sophomore courses in biology, chemistry, physics, physical science and aquatic science to serve the needs of Gadsden State students seeking associate degrees or certificates and for those students planning to transfer to senior institutions to complete their education. To support these goals each department in the Science Division engages in professional and community service consistent with its instructional programs. - Dr. L. Neal Tharp
Advisors for students seeking a degree or a certificate in a Gadsden State program or taking Gadsden State courses to prepare to transfer into a program in which the College does not offer an associate degree, an advisor will work with students in planning courses for the upcoming semester(s).
For course descriptions refer to the Gadsden State Catalog and Student Handbook.
CLASS SCHEDULES AND OFFICE HOURS
To access individual instructor's scheduled classes and office hours: Go to the Self Service Banner System on Gadsden State's home page, then log in and continue.
(It is imperative that students read and understand College-Wide Policies)
Certain Policies and Procedures for the Gross Anatomy Lab exist and must be carefully understood and observed.
The main office for Gadsden State Community College's Science Division is located in Browder Hall on the George Wallace Drive Campus at 1001 George Wallace Drive, Gadsden, Alabama.
|Science Division Main Office Phone number:||256-549-8280|
|Science Division Fax number:||256-549-8499|
|Science Division Mailing Address:||Division of Science|
|Gadsden State Community College|
|P.O. Box 227|
|Gadsden, AL 35902-0227|
Individual Science Division Contacts:
|Ms. Shirley Colvin, Asst. Dean of Instruction||256-549-8281||email: email@example.com|
|Ms. Marilyn Collins, Administrative Assistant||256-549-8280||email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ms. Candace Tharp, Web Design Assistant||256-549-8491||email: email@example.com|
The detailed requirements for each of the programs and transfer guides offered through the Division of Science are found in the Gadsden State Catalog and Student Handbook. You may view the college catalog by going to http://www.gadsdenstate.edu/catalog/home. It is recommended that you review the information published in the Catalog, and that you research the STARS program on the Web at http://stars.troy.edu/ to ensure that your planned curriculum will meet the requirements of the four-year college(s) that you may be considering for transfer upon completion of your requirements at Gadsden State.