Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will offer Organic Chemistry courses this summer, scheduled to begin on May 26 and end on July 31. Eligible students will be able to complete this eight-credit sequence for a total of $1,108 which includes tuition and fees (in-state rates). Lectures and labs will be held on the Clifton Forge campus from 4:00- 8:30 pm, meeting most weeks Monday through Thursday, requiring only one Friday session on May 29. Instructor for the course is Dr. John Dynak.
Organic Chemistry I (CHM 241) and required lab (CHM 242), followed by Organic Chemistry II (CHM 243) with its required lab (CHM 244), introduces the fundamental chemistry of carbon compounds, including structures, physical properties, syntheses, and typical reactions. Those who plan to enroll should have completed College Chemistry first to have the background knowledge necessary to successfully complete this sequence.
Virginia students attending other colleges and universities are welcome to register if they meet prerequisites and domicile requirements. Out-of-state students are also invited to enroll at a rate of $2,644.80 which covers all eight credits. Residents of Monroe, Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties in West Virginia may be eligible for in-state rates under a new agreement and should contact Student Services for more information.
For details on these courses, contact the Office of Academic Affairs at 540/863-2841. Registration information is available in Student Services at 540-863-2820 or the DSLCC Rockbridge Regional Center at 540-261-1211. Registration is underway and students are advised to register soon due to limited lab spaces. Placement testing and advising appointments are available.