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Does COM have any Real Estate Licensing Programs?
Yes, COM does offer the classes that prepare students to take the real estate licensing exam. These classes are offered in League City at the North County Campus. We offer the six classes through fast track scheduling so students can obtain the training and preparation needed to take the state exam. You can find a full listing of our classes in the current CE schedule, always available at www.com.edu/ceschedule. You can also contact Danny Bacot (firstname.lastname@example.org or 409-933-8253) in the CE Office for more information about the program.
Posted: Oct 14, 2014
What are your gym hours?
Monday - Thursday: 6am - 10pm
Friday: 6am - 7pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9am - 3pm
Gym hours are posted outside the entrance doors of the facility; Online under the Continuing Education Registration tab (new hours are not listed in this semester catalog because they were not approved at the time); also Online under Our Campus tab under Fitness and Recreation.
Posted: Oct 14, 2014
This is not a rumor but not sure how else to get a response to this question. Currently it takes 4 (four) people to send out an in-house email. The originator sends it to the department head, the department head sends it to the VP, the VP then okays it and sends to their admin asst and then the VP's admin asst sends it out to the campus. Surely there is a more efficient way to handle in-house emails then having it go through so many channels to get a message to the campus out. I look forward to your justification for this current procedure or possibly a new procedure in place to cut down on the time it takes to get an email distributed on campus. Thanks. Role: administration_staff
I understand your frustration in navigating what seems to be a burdensome process in distributing an email on campus. As you state, currently only a VP or I can authorize an “every user” email. The reason for this is two-fold: it eliminates messages that are relevant to only a small group of people from clogging the email system, and it prevents messages that may violate COM policy from being distributed to the campus or community.
This procedure is in place because of past abuse from employees using the college’s email system as a personal platform rather than to provide information of interest or concern to all employees and/or students. I welcome your ideas in streamlining the process while still assuring control of the distribution of messages.
Posted: Sep 11, 2014