DISCLAIMER: This syllabus represents the college and state-approved curriculum for this course. For each individual course section, a faculty member may provide a syllabus that contains additional information and any approved exceptions to the information provided below.

Front and Rear Wheel Alignment

Course Description

This is an in-depth study of vehicle steering and suspension components including alignment, tire rotation, and balancing. (3:2-2)

This information is provided by the individual instructor.

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Student Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
A. Identify the functions of steering components.
B. Repair and replace various types of collision damaged suspension components.
C. Diagnose front and rear vehicle alignment angles.
D. Demonstrate procedures when balancing and rotating tires.
E. Align collision damaged vehicles to manufacturer's specifications.
Grade Range
A 90 - 100
B 80 - 89
C 70 - 79
D 60 - 69
F Below 60
FX F earned by excessive absences
Grade Formula
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Homework/Test Make-Up Policy
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Attendance Policy
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Classroom Participation Policy (optional)
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Classroom Etiquette
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Withdrawal Policy
Faculty are not able to drop students. Students starting college for the first time in fall 2007 or after may only receive six grades of W (grade received from a course dropped after the census date) from all Texas public colleges and universities attended. Grades of W in developmental courses or courses taken while in high school will not count in the six grades of W. After six grades of W are received, students must receive grades of A, B, C, D, or F in all courses. There are other exemptions from the six-drop limit and students should consult with a Counselor/Educational Planner before they drop courses to determine these exemptions. Students receiving financial aid must get in touch with the Financial Aid Office before withdrawing from a course. It is the student's responsibility to drop.
Repeat Rule
If a course is subject to the repeat rule, a student may take the course two times and pay the regular tuition. The third time, the student will be charged an additional $60.00 of tuition per credit hour for the third or subsequent time taken.
Honesty Statement
San Jacinto College students should exhibit honesty, integrity, and high standards in their academic work. Members of the college community benefit from an open and honest educational environment. Upholding academic integrity is the responsibility of everyone. Refer to the Student Handbook Section: Policy on Cheating, Plagiarism, Collusion, and Fabrication. Faculty may utilize online software or services to assist in monitoring remote assessments. These solutions may require student to be recorded during the assessment. Recordings will be used solely to verify academic integrity during the assessment process.
Individual Responsibilities For Computing Resources
Protect your password and the use of your account. Do not let others use your account or password. Confidential information contained on various computers should not be shared with others.
Computer Security
A student with a college account is the logon-id owner. As the logon-id owner, the student is responsible for managing their password. The student is responsible for all actions and functions performed by their logon-id. A student who provides access to his/her computer logon-id is also providing access to student records, including transcripts and financial records.
Emergency Response
For immediate response to an emergency on campus San Jacinto College Police Department should be notified immediately by dialing extension 5555 or 281-476-9128.

Active Shooter: The recommended action is Run, Hide, Fight. Attempting to overcome the armed subject with force is a last resort. Wait for the "all clear" from uniformed law enforcement before re-entering any building.

Medical Emergencies: If an injury or illness occurs, evaluate the situation. If you feel it is an emergency, notify San Jacinto College Police.

Fire/Explosion: If you see a fire, immediately pull the closest fire alarm manual pull station and evacuate the building.

Bomb Threat: Follow directions from the police. Evacuate only if directed to do so. Do not attempt to move or disturb the suspected device.

Abuse/Assault: If you are a victim or a witness to any physical and/or mental abuse on campus, notify Campus Police as soon as possible.
Emergency Notification/College Closure
In the event the College needs to be closed for any situation, such as inclement weather, students and employees should check the College website at www.sanjac.edu or call (888) 845-5288 for the most immediate and current information. The College will also engage SJC AlertMe, which sends a voicemail, email, and/or text message to each student/employee who opts in. Students are responsible for any charges from their phone service provider associated with receiving voice or text messages. Official communications with students is through their San Jacinto College email account, and any emergency notifications will always be sent to students' San Jacinto College email addresses. The College will also contact local media but the most reliable, accurate and current information will also be found on the College website, via SJC AlertMe, or at the toll-free number listed above.
Disability Statement
If a student has a disability that may affect his or her ability to learn the material in this course, the student should get in touch with the Accessibility Services Counselor on the campus located in the Educational Planning, Counseling, and Completion Office:
Central Campus 281-476-1888.
North Campus 281-998-6150, Ext. 2317.
South Campus 281-922-3444.
Use Of Student Email
The College provides a free, official email account to all students to ensure efficient and secure communications between you and the College. Students will be required to use their college-issued email address to communicate with their instructors and all other college personnel, so it is easy to distinguish a student's email from spam. The College expects that students will utilize their college email addresses to send and receive communications with college personnel and will read email on a frequent and consistent basis. To activate your student email go to http://www.sanjac.edu/email and follow the instructions provided on the site.
Graduation Information
Upon completion of degree and/or certificate requirements, the student must apply for graduation for the credential to be awarded. There is no fee to apply for graduation. Confirm that all requirements for the degree or certificate are completed or in progress. Print a copy and bring it to the Educational Planning, Counseling and Completion Office. Submit a Request for Final Graduation Verification with the Degree Evaluation. The application deadline can be found among important dates in https://www.sanjac.edu/academic-calendar.
Campus Carry
At San Jacinto College, safety is a priority for our students, our faculty and staff, and our visitors. On Tuesday, August 1, 2017, the Senate Bill 11 from the 84th Texas legislature, also known as the Campus Carry law, went into effect for Texas community colleges, including San Jacinto College. This allows license to carry holders to generally carry concealed handguns at San Jacinto College and other public community colleges in Texas. The law and the San Jacinto College policy can be found online at http://www.sanjac.edu/campus-carry.

Here are a few key points about the law:
1. The open carry of handguns on campus is prohibited.
2. License to carry holders must carry their handguns on or about their person or secure their handguns in a locked motor vehicle at all times while on campus. There may be times that students and faculty may not be able to keep a backpack or handbag near their person at all times during a class. One example is during test times when you may be required to be separated from your backpack or handbag. Remember to make the necessary arrangements to legally store your handgun in a locked motor vehicle in advance. San Jacinto College does not provide any storage for handguns. It is a violation of the law if your handgun is not on or about your person.
3. There are areas designated as exclusion zones on each San Jacinto College campus. The concealed carry of a handgun is prohibited in these designated exclusion zones. These areas are clearly marked by signage notifying license to carry holders that entry with a concealed handgun is prohibited.

Questions about the law and the San Jacinto College policy can be directed to the San Jacinto College Police Department at 281-476-9128 or via email at http://www.sanjac.edu/campus-carry.
Student Support
San Jacinto College provides free tutoring on a variety of subjects. Tutoring is FREE and is here to benefit you. There is a Student Success Center on each campus. Check the Student Success Centers at http://www.sanjac.edu/tutoring for available hours.
Central Campus 281-478-2779.
North Campus 281-998-6150, Ext. 7808.
South Campus 281-998-6150, Ext. 3868.
Additional Support and Encouragement
This information is provided by the individual instructor.
Counseling Services
Professional Counselors are available to meet with students by appointment and are located in the Educational Planning, Counseling, and Completion Offices. Some issues may be addressed on a walk-in basis. Counselors are master’s level professionals who are trained to provide personal, academic, and career counseling services. Students often seek counseling services for academic Probation and Suspension, test anxiety, study and note-taking strategies, time management, academic problems, strategies for managing stress, anxiety and depression, crisis intervention, career planning and exploration, and community referrals.
Personal Health and Safety (COVID)
Much is still unknown about how the virus that causes COVID-19 spreads. Health authorities believe it spreads mostly from person to person through respiratory droplets produced when someone who is sick coughs or sneezes. You can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 and the flu by taking simple daily precautions. Continue to practice healthy habits to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses and to protect yourself and others.
• Wear a face covering when on campus
• Practice social distancing by putting space, at least 6 feet, between yourself and others
• Wash your hands frequently and for at least 20 seconds; use hand sanitizer if hand washing not possible
• Clean and then disinfect frequently-used surfaces
• Stay home if you’re sick
• Avoid touching your face

Wearing a cloth face covering CORRECTLY can help prevent the spread of COVID-19 to others. Your cloth face covering should:
• Reach above the nose, below the chin, and completely cover the mouth and nostrils
• Fit snugly against the sides of the face
• Be made of multiple layers of fabric that you can still breathe through

Look for emergency warning signs* for COVID-19. If someone is showing any of these signs, seek emergency medical care immediately.
• Trouble breathing
• Persistent pain or pressure in the chest
• New confusion
• Inability to wake or stay awake
• Bluish lips or face

*This list is not all possible symptoms. Please call your medical provider for any other symptoms that are severe or concerning to you.

For more information visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
Class Recording Statement
All students are advised that classroom activities may be recorded by the faculty member and made available within the Blackboard course site for educational use of students presently enrolled in the class only; they may not be further copied, distributed, published, or otherwise used for any other purpose without the express written consent of the course instructor. Distribution or sale of class recordings is prohibited. Distribution without permission is a violation of copyright law. This policy is consistent with https://www.sanjac.edu/policy-iii3006a-use-recording-devices-employees-and-students.