This is a self-paced introduction to research at the Bevill State Libraries for students in Psychology (PSY 100) or anyone who would like to learn more about the services offered at the library. Each module focuses on a particular service or group of services available to you through the library. Please click on the tabs below to navigate through the modules. Choose a section then clicking to expand or collapse topics.
Monday – Thursday 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Friday - 7:30 - 11:30 a.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Closed nightly during semester breaks and holiday breaks.
Any change in hours is posted on the Library doors.
Sally Middleton - Librarian
Mary Harris- Library Technical Assistant
Leslie Whitehead- Evening Library Assistant
Tammy Sanders - Librarian
Margaret Williams- Library Technical Assistant
Dora Jones- Evening Library Assistant
Rebecca E. Whitten - Librarian
Patricia Bowden - Library Techinical Assistant
Kathy Robinson- Library Assistant
Tyrone T. Webb - Assistant Dean for Library/Learning Resources
Andrew Brasfield - Library Technical Assistant
Betty P. Satisfield - Evening Library Assistant
Pickens Co. Educational Center
Vacant – Librarian – (part-time)
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All tuition and fees required of any student at Bevill State are due at the time of registration. A student is not officially registered until tuition and fees are paid or assumed by financial assistance.
To request a refund, a Change/Withdrawal-Refund Request Form must be submitted to the Business Office. Refunds are issued by the Business Office on designated dates each term.
Partial Withdrawal During the Schedule Change Period A student who officially drops a course during the Schedule Change Period will be refunded the difference in tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, plus all refundable fees. After the Schedule Change Period, no refunds are issued for partial withdrawal.
Withdrawal from the College - Full Term*
A student who officially withdraws before the first day of class from all courses will be refunded the total tuition, plus refundable fees. A student who officially withdraws from the College (all courses) during the first seven calendar days of class (inclusive of Saturday and Sunday) will receive 75 percent of refundable tuition, plus refundable fees.* Students who officially withdraw from the College after the first seven calendar days after the beginning of the term and on or before the fourteenth calendar day after the beginning of the term will receive 50 percent of refundable tuition, plus all refundable fees. Students who officially withdraw from the College after the fourteenth calendar day after the beginning of the term and on or before the twenty-first calendar day after the beginning of the term will receive 25 percent of refundable tuition, plus all refundable fees.*
NOTE: Refunds for Truck Driver Training tuition and housing payments are calculated at the same rate as noted above. Refund policy for financial assistance recipients is outlined in the Financial Assistance section of this catalog.
Withdrawal from the College Mini Term*
The refund policy for mini terms is a compressed version of the regular refund policy.
NOTE: A student who adds classes will be charged additional tuition and fees at the applicable rate.
When a check for tuition and fees is returned, the Business Office will immediately notify the student. The student will be advised that if payment for tuition and fees is not made within five (5) days from the date of the notification, the student will be removed from all class rosters. There is a $30 fee for each returned check.
If the student fails to respond within five (5) days, the Business Office notifies the Office of Student Services to remove the student from all class rosters. The instructor of each course will be notified by the Office of Student Services of the College’s action to remove the student from his/her class roster. The student will not be allowed to re-enroll until all outstanding debts to the College are satisfied and will be placed on a cash-only basis. The instructor may not add a student to his/her class roster until he or she is notified to do so.
A student who has a delinquent account at the College for any fee or fine may not complete registration until his/her account has been satisfied. The Bevill State Community College may withhold transcripts and diplomas until all indebtedness is paid.
*A portion of the tuition is earmarked by the State Board of Education for retirement of debt and cannot be refunded. This non-refundable tuition is $37 for students taking 9 or more hours, $30 for students taking 6-8 hours, and $22 for students taking fewer than 6 hours.