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How To Use myPHCC Student Information System

 

VIEW YOUR USERNAME AND SET YOUR PASSWORD
  1. Click MyPHCC Login on the home page.
    1. Under PLEASE LOG IN see: My User Name, My Password
    2. Click New to your college? Look up your username and set password.
    3. Type in your First Name, Last Name, Birthdate (MMDDYY) andSocial Security Number (SSN). Click Search.
    4. Now type your new password. Be sure your password has:
    5. Between 7 and 10 characters
    6. At least one uppercase letter (A-Z)
    7. At least one lowercase letter (a-z)
    8. At least one number (0-9)
    9. Type your password again in the Retype Password box.
    10. Enter or select a security question, thenanswer the question.
  2. Click on VCCS SIS: Student Information System to access Self Service and your Student Center
     

HOW TO ADD CLASSES

  1. Click MyPHCC Loginon the home page.
  2. Login using your Username and Password.
  3. ClickVCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  4. Click Student Center.
  5. Click Add a Class.
  6. Under Enrollment, select a Term, if given the option, and then click Continue.
  7. Enter the five digit class number, and then click Enter.
  8. Click Next.
  9. Repeat 8 and 9 for each class.
  10.  Click Proceed to Step 2 of 3.
  11.  Click Finish Enrolling.
  12.  Click View my Schedule.
  13.  Click printer icon at top of screen.

 

How to DROP CLASSES

  1. Click MyPHCC Login on the home page.
  2. Login using your Username and Password.
  3. Click VCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  4. Click Student Center.
  5. Under Enrollment, click Drop a Class.
  6. Select a Term, if given the option, and then click Continue.
  7. Place a checkmark next to the class you wish to drop.
  8. Click Drop Selected Classes.
  9. Click Finish Dropping.
  10. Click View my Schedule.

 

View Your Class Schedule

  1. Loginto MyPHCC Login using your Username and Password.
  2. Click VCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  3. Click Student Center, under Enrollment click My Class Schedule.
  4. Selecta Term, if given the option, and thenclickContinue.

 

View Your Grades

  1. LogintoMyPHCC Login using your Username and Password.
  2. ClickVCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  3. ClickStudent Center.
  4. Under other academic, select Grades.
  5. Select a Term, and then clickContinue.
     

View an Unofficial Transcript

  1. Loginto MyPHCC Login using your Username and Password.
  2. ClickVCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  3. Click Student Center.
  4. Select My Academics.
  5. Select View My Unofficial Transcript.
  6. Select Patrick Henry Community College from the Academic Institution box.
  7. Select Unofficial Transcript from the Report Type box.
  8. Click Go.
     

View Your Degree Progress Report

  1. Login toMyPHCC Login using your Username and Password.
  2. ClickVCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  3. Click Student Center.
  4. Under My Academics, click View My Advisement Report.
  5. Choose Patrick Henry Community College from Academic Institution box.
  6. Choose Academic Advisement Report from the Report Type box.
  7. Click Go.
     

CHECK ON YOUR FINANCIAL AID STATUS

  1.  Login to MyPHCC Login using your Username and Password.
  2.  Click VCCS SIS: Student Information System
  3.  Under SELF-SERVICE click on STUDENT CENTER. Check the To Do List on the right     to see if there are any remaining steps you need to take in order to complete your financial aid process.
  4.   On the left of the screen under FINANCES click on VIEW FINANCIAL AID to see if your award has been posted.
     

APPLY FOR GRADUATION

  1. Login to MyPHCC Login using your Username and Password.
  2. Click VCCS SIS: Student Information System.
  3. Under Self Service you will see Academic Records and Apply for Graduation.
  4. Click on that link and complete the Application for Graduation. You will get a confirmation sheet for your records. There is no need to turn in a paper form.

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

You may also view your personal information under Self Service, Student Center, Personal Information, including your User Preferences, where you can make sure that you are in the correct community college and the current term year.

 

Please call (276) 656-0300 for more information.

This area has links to the most common student forms which are needed for Academics and Student Activities.

Academic Renewal Petition Form

High School Transcript Request
Form to have your high school transcript sent to PHCC

New Club Request Form
Application to start a new club or organization.

Replacement Degree Order Form

Senior Citizen Tuition Assistance Form

Student Activity Request

Student Information Change Form
Form for changing name, address, curriculum, etc.

Student Registration Change (Add/Drop)
Registration permit or Form for adding or dropping a class.

Student Schedule Worksheet

Test Proctor Form  

Transcript Evaluation Request Form
Form to have your VCCS credits evaluated.

Transferable Courses

Trade Act Credit Explanation
Form for students who are not able to enroll full-time.

Trade Act Signature Sheet
Form for your instructors to sign verifying that you attended class (two week form)

Workplace Violence Policy

It is Patrick Henry Community College’s policy to promote a safe environment for its employees, students, and campus visitors. The college is committed to working with its employees to maintain a work environment free from violence, threats of violence, harassment, intimidation, and other disruptive behavior. While this kind of conduct is not pervasive at our college, no workplace is immune. Disruptive behavior at one time or another will affect every agency.

Violence, threats, harassment, intimidation, and other disruptive behavior in our workplace will not be tolerated; that is; all reports of incidents will be taken seriously and will be dealt with appropriately. Such behavior can include oral or written statements, gestures, or expressions that communicate a direct or indirect threat of physical harm. Individuals who commit such acts may be removed from the premises and may be subject to disciplinary action, criminal penalties, or both.

All employees should cooperate to implement this policy effectively and maintain a safe working environment. Do not ignore violent, threatening, harassing, intimidating, and other disruptive behavior. If you observe or experience such behavior by anyone on agency premises, whether he or she is an agency employee or not, report it immediately to a supervisor or manager. Supervisors and managers who receive such reports should seek advice from the respective Vice President or the college’s Human Resource Manager as appropriate, and to report the incident and initiate appropriate action.

Please note:Threats or assaults that require immediate attention by security or police should be reported first to PHCC security at 732-2406 or to local police by calling 911.

PHCC will support all efforts made by supervisors and agency specialists in dealing with violent, threatening, harassing, intimidating, and other disruptive behavior in our workplace and will monitor whether this policy is being implemented effectively. For additional information, contact the Vice President of Financial and Administrative Services or the Human Resource Manager.

Threat Assessment / Workplace Violence Prevention Referral Form

Policy as Approved on September 22, 2011

3.14.6  Workplace Violence Prevention and Threat Assessment Policy Guidelines

Purpose:  The purpose of this policy is to establish guidelines for the development of a College/System Office policy for the prevention of workplace and general campus violence.  It includes the formation of campus Threat Assessment Teams and the promotion and maintenance of a productive environment for learning and working that is free from threats, intimidation, and violence.

3.14.6.0  Coverage:  These policy guidelines will apply to all faculty, staff, students, visitors, contractors, and other third parties.  Students may be covered under additional provisions of their respective college’s Student Handbook.

3.14.6.1  Policy Components:

A. Definitions:

Workplace:  Any location, either permanent or temporary, where an employee performs any work-related duty.  This includes, but is not limited to, the buildings and the surrounding perimeters, including the parking lots, field locations, alternate work locations (other than an individual’s home when telecommuting), and travel to and from work assignments.

Workplace Violence:  Any physical assault or threatening behavior occurring in the workplace by employees, students, or third parties.  It includes, but is not limited to, beating, stabbing, suicide, shooting, rape, attempted suicide, psychological trauma such as threats, obscene phone calls, intentionally damaging property, an intimidating presence which makes a reasonable person apprehensive of imminent harm, and harassment of any nature such as stalking, shouting so as to cause a disruption, swearing or committing injurious acts motivated by, or related to, domestic violence or sexual harassment.

Third Parties:  Individuals who are not state employees, such as relatives, acquaintances, strangers, contractors, or visitors.

B. The colleges/system office prohibits threats and acts of violence on college property, within college/system office facilities, at any college/system office-sponsored event; while engaged in college/system office business, educational, or athletic activities; and while traveling in state vehicles.  Prohibited conduct includes but is not limited to:

  • injuring another person physically;

  • engaging in behavior that creates a reasonable fear of injury to self or another person;

  • engaging in behavior that would subject a reasonable person to, and does subject another individual to, extreme emotional distress;

  • possessing, brandishing, or using a weapon while on state premises by students, except where possession is a result of participation in an organized and scheduled instructional exercise for a course, or where the student is a law enforcement professional;

  • possessing, brandishing, or using a firearm, weapon, or other device by faculty or staff that is not required by the individual’s position while on college/system office property or engaged in college/system office business; or in violation of law or other college/system office policy, except where the employee is a law enforcement professional;

  • Brandishing, using or possessing a weapon without a permit to carry a concealed weapon by third parties while on campus in academic or administrative buildings, or while attending a sporting, entertainment or educational event, when specifically asked by the college to agree not to possess a weapon as a condition of attendance. This provision does not apply to law enforcement personnel.

  • Brandishing or using a weapon by third parties with a permit to carry a concealed weapon while on campus in academic or administrative buildings, or while attending a sporting, entertainment or educational event, when specifically asked by the college to agree not to possess a weapon as a condition of attendance.  This provision does not apply to law enforcement personnel.

  • intentionally damaging property;

  • threatening to injure an individual (including oneself) or to damage property;

  • committing injurious acts motivated by, or related to, domestic violence or sexual harassment; and

  • retaliating against any employee or student who, in good faith, reports a violation of this policy.

C. Consequences of Policy Violations:

  1. Employees violating this policy will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination and criminal prosecution using existing policies and procedures including Section 3 of the VCCS Policy Manual or DHRM Policy 1.60, Standards of Conduct.  Additionally, employees who are identified as engaging in the use of threatening language or behavior may be required, as a condition of continued employment, to participate in a mental health evaluation as part of a threat assessment process, and receive approval from the mental health evaluator that they are not a risk to themselves or others.
     
  2. Students violating this policy will be subject to disciplinary action as outlined in their respective college’s Student Handbook, and other college policies as appropriate. Additionally, students who are identified as engaging in the use of threatening language or behavior may be required, as a condition of continued enrollment, to participate in a mental health evaluation as part of a threat assessment process, and receive approval from the mental health evaluator that they are not a risk to themselves or others.
     
  3. Visitors and third parties violating this policy will be subject to applicable, state, and federal laws, and associated regulations, and may be barred from the college/System Office at the college’s/System Office’s discretion for violating this policy.

D. Violence Prevention Committees and Threat Assessment Teams

  1. Each college shall establish a committee with responsibility for education and violence prevention on campus.  The membership of this body shall include representatives from the following areas: student affairs, human resources, law enforcement, a mental health professional or counseling services representative, and others who have knowledge, professional expertise, or responsibilities that could assist the committee with completing its work.  However, in all cases the membership of the committee must comply with the requirements of Virginia Code § 23-9.2:10.  The committee should consult VCCS legal counsel when necessary, through established protocols. 
     
  2. Each violence prevention committee shall publish for its college community, a clear statement of its mission and membership, as well as the committee's leadership role in the area of violence prevention. 
     
  3. Each violence prevention committee shall publish periodic guidance to faculty, staff and students regarding the following:
    1. how to recognize and report aberrant or potentially harmful behavior that may represent a threat to the community;
       
    2. policies and procedures for the assessment of individuals whose behavior may present a threat;
       
    3. appropriate means of intervention with such individuals;
       
    4. college/system action to resolve potential threats; and
       
    5. to whom on the college’s threat assessment team, or through what method, potentially threatening behavior should be reported.

Each college shall also organize a threat assessment team to be established by the State Board for Community Colleges.  Membership of this body shall include representatives from the following areas: student affairs, human resources, law enforcement, and a mental health representative. The violence prevention committee may also be designated the campus threat assessment team if the counseling services representative is also a mental health professional.  The threat assessment team may supplement its membership with others as necessary to assist it with fulfilling its purpose.  However, in all cases the membership of the team must comply with the requirements of Virginia Code § 23-9.2:10.  The threat assessment team shall implement the assessment, intervention, and action policies of the violence prevention committee. The committee should consult VCCS legal counsel when necessary, through established protocols.

E. Procedures for reporting or responding to threats or incidents of workplace violence:

3.14.6.2           Communication and Training

A.        The Workplace Violence Prevention Policy will be posted on the
            College/System Office website.

B.        Information on the Workforce Violence Prevention Policy, will be included 
           as part of the employee orientation.

C.        Training on recognizing and responding to potentially violent or violent
            situations in the workplace will be provided to employees periodically by
            the violence prevention committee.

D.        Information regarding this policy will be included as part of student
           orientation.

  1. Employee and student responsibilities should include:
    • Reporting incidents or threats of violence to their immediate supervisor, Human Resource Office, campus police/security, Threat Assessment Team members, or other designated individuals or offices by stated college policy.
    • Providing Human Resources and the immediate supervisor, or a college’s counseling services office where a student or employee, with a copy of any Protective Orders from a court which lists the College/System Office as protected areas so that appropriate enforcement activities occur.
    • No person who, in good faith, reports threatening or otherwise troubling behavior in accordance with this policy will be subject to retaliation.
       
  2. Management Responsibilities include:
    • Designate a Workforce Violence Prevention Coordinator.
       
  3. Establish a college violence prevention committee and organize a threat assessment team for the State Board’s establishment to comply with § 23-9.2:10 of the Code of Virginia.  Each college’s administration should ensure that its threat assessment team remains able to quickly receive information about, assess, and respond to potential threats that are reported in accordance with its policies, and to determine corrective actions and prepare necessary reports on given situations.  In addition, each college’s administration should ensure that its violence prevention committee remains able to publish education and prevention information and recommend ways to, (1) to respond to incidents, (2) investigate all reported incidents of workplace violence, and (3) determine the appropriate response and the actions necessary to address a particular situation.   
     
  4. Threat Assessment Team Responsibilities include:
    • Establishing or utilizing existing relationships with local and state law-enforcement agencies as well as mental health agencies to ensure compliance with § 23-9.2:10 of the Code of Virginia, and expedite assessment and intervention with individuals whose behavior may present a threat to campus safety.
       
  5. Upon a preliminary determination that an individual poses a threat of violence to self or others, or exhibits significantly disruptive behavior or need for assistance, a threat assessment team may obtain criminal history record information, as provided in Virginia Code §§ 19.2-389and 19.2-389.1, and health records, as provided in § 32.1-127.1:03.
     
  6. No member of a threat assessment team shall redisclose any criminal history record information or health information obtained pursuant to this section or otherwise use any record of an individual beyond the purpose for which such disclosure was made to the threat assessment team. Va. Code § 23-9.2:10(E).

Students who live within PHCC’s service region (Martinsville, Henry County, Franklin County and Patrick County) are required to take all proctored tests on campus or at the Franklin or Patrick County Site. Students living outside the Martinsville and Henry County area must complete a Student-Proctor Agreement form and submit to the Testing Center for approval.

Proctor Requirement – PHCC must be able to verify proctor’s employment and position within an organization. We reserve the right to decline requests for proctors for any reason. Proctors……..
* MUST be a community college or university testing center, an education administrator,  full-time college or university faculty member or a professional librarian
      - Military students may use an educational officer, or any commissioned officer of higher rank
* IF a student has a legitimate reason they are not able to use one of the above, the student may suggest an alternative proctor (preferably an educator). The proctor would have to be approved by both the Testing Center and Instructor before testing material can be sent.
* CANNOT be an employee, someone with whom you work, athletic coach, or student worker
* CANNOT be a family member, resident at the same address as the student, a friend, nor neighbor

Procedures:
* The student secures a Student Proctor Agreement form and returns the completed form (filled out and signed by both student and proctor) to PHCC Testing Center in the Learning Resource Center. Forms must be submitted to the Testing Center at least 1 week prior to taking their test.
* Upon approval, all tests/passwords will be sent directly to the Proctor when received from instructor.
* The proctor will administer the exams in a quiet and secure environment, insuring the testing instructions are followed. Students are not allowed books, notes, or calculators unless otherwise instructed. For online tests, the student logs in to their course and the proctor is to enter the password. Under no circumstance is the student allowed access to the Password.
* The test proctor maintains the integrity of the tests at all times. Students are only allowed access to tests at the time of administration. No photocopies allowed. Students are not allowed any electronic device (cell phones, IPODS, BlackBerry, etc.), nor headphones while taking tests.
* If there is a problem while taking a computer exam, it is the proctor’s responsibility to immediately notify the instructor either by phone or email informing the instructor of the problem. If this is not done, the student may not be able to retake the exam.
* The proctor is responsible for mailing the original paper test(s) back to the Testing Center if required.
* Any fees for proctoring are solely the responsibility of the student and the student is responsible for reimbursement of mailing costs where necessary.

After reading the information above, complete the agreement below and mail or fax to:
Patrick Henry Community College
LRC Testing Center
645 Patriot Avenue
Martinsville, VA 24112
Fax#: 276-632-0163

Forms must be submitted to the Testing Center at least 1 week prior to taking their test.  Contact Information: 276-656-0358 or

Student Proctor Form

Note: If you have a disability or other need for reasonable accommodations in order to successfully complete the requirements of this course, please contact Student Support Services [Learning Resource Center, 656-0257 or 1-800-232-7997 ext. 0257, ] to discuss this matter confidentially.
 

Student-Proctor Agreement
Patrick Henry Community College LRC Testing Center
645 Patriot Avenue, Martinsville, VA 24112
     Fax # 276-632-0163

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