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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    The Practice room pianos (11 that are actually monopolized by teaching adjuncts when there are 500 music enrollments that need to have access to them for hours daily) continue to fall apart and are not safe to use. The Richland College (local junior / 2 year program) continues to waste thousands of $$$ on the TMEA Convention in San Antonio hosting a table for recruitment and thousands more on hosting the Carnival of Steel program in April that has virtually no attendance. The music program needs dozens more practice rooms and the pianos need to be repaired and rebuilt. Other necessary equipment is lacking. There are only two ensemble rooms that are almost unusable as they are filled to the brim storing everything imaginable in that building that is in horrible disrepair and bereft of storage rooms. The many classes and ensembles using the 2 rooms all require different equipment and set-ups. The Richland College Music Program is a disaster!

    When is the DCCCD Board going to step in and remove the dirty advisors harming our students and organize the music departments at the 7 colleges into a workable program that is not wasting tax dollars?


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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    The information quoted is word for word off of DCCCD's / Richland College's website. I printed out multiple copies and posted them throughout the music building. The music program is so dirty they keep tearing this vital information down and destroying it. The real advisors and Transfer Center want students to have the correct information that the college publishes. The dirty music advisors and their ilk will do anything to keep the students in the dark and filling chairs. The fact these students will exhaust their financial aid and land in out of state tuition at a Texas University is of no concern to this bunch. The mission of Richland's Music Department is to fill chairs. Why would they want the degree plan and excessive hours information to be secret??? A taxpayer, student and paying parent bloodbath of epic proportions!

    Excessive Hours
    Students should take care when selecting additional courses to be transferred toward a Baccalaureate degree. House Bill 1172 allows an institution to charge the equivalent of out of state tuition for credit hours taken beyond the state limits. State limits are:
    For students entering public Texas institutions Fall 1999 - Summer 2006 who attempt 45 hours beyond what is required for Baccalaureate degree (120 hours). For students entering Fall 2006 and thereafter who attempt 30 hours beyond the hours required for a Baccalaureate degree. It is recommended that students take minimal hours beyond degree requirements to avoid possible higher tuition charges at the institution to which they are transferring.
    This degree plan will constitute a 60-semester-credit-hour transfer block to any public Texas four-year college or university.
    Courses Required for the AA Degree with a Field of Study in Music
    Component Areas
    and CB Codes
    Courses Semester-Credit Hours Required
    Communication
    (CB010)
    Select EACH of the following:

    ENGL 1301 (a grade of "C" or better is required)
    ENGL 1302
    6
    Mathematics
    (CB020)
    Select ONE of the following:

    (A grade of "C" or better is required.)
    MATH 1314, 1316, 1324, 1325, 1332, 1342, 1350, 1414, 1442, 2412, 2413, 2414
    3-4
    Life and Physical Sciences
    (CB030)
    Select ONE of the following:

    ANTH 2401, BIOL 1406, 1407, 1408, 1409, 1411, 2401, 2402, 2406, 2416, 2420, 2421
    CHEM 1405, 1406, 1407, 1411, 1412, 2423, 2425
    ENVR 1401, 1402
    GEOL 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405, 1445, 1447
    PHYS 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405, 1407, 1415, 1417, 2425, 2426
    4
    Creative Arts
    (CB050)
    Select the following:
    MUSI 1307
    3
    American History
    (CB060)
    Select the following:

    HIST 1301
    and
    Select ONE of the following:
    HIST 1302, 2301, 2328, 2381
    6
    Government/Political Science
    (CB070)
    Select EACH of the following:

    GOVT 2305, 2306
    6
    Component Area Option
    (CB090)
    Select ONE of the following options:
    Option A: SPCH 1311, 1315, 1321 or SGNL 1301, 1302 and PHED 1164
    OR
    Option B: FOREIGN LANGUAGE - ARAB 1411, 1412; CHIN 1411, 1412; FREN 1411, 1412; GERM 1411, 1412; ITAL 1411, 1412; JAPN 1411, 1412; KORE 1411, 1412; PORT 1411, 1412; RUSS 1411, 1412; SPAN 1411, 1412
    4
    CORE CREDIT HOURS FOR THIS AA DEGREE 32

    REQUIRED MUSIC ENSEMBLE FIELD OF STUDY COURSES
    Select FOUR semester hours from the following:
    MUEN 1121, 1122, 1123, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1151, 1152, 1153, 2123, 2141
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)
    4
    APPLIED STUDY
    I. Select EIGHT (8) semester hours in the major applied area of study of the following:
    MUAP 1101, 1105, 1109, 1113, 1115, 1117, 1121, 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1141, 1145, 1149, 1153, 1157, 1158, 1161, 1165, 1169, 1177, 1181, 2201, 2205, 2209, 2213, 2215, 2217, 2221, 2225, 2229, 2233, 2237, 2241, 2245, 2249, 2253, 2257, 2258, 2261, 2265, 2269, 2277, 2281
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)
    II. Applied/class piano
    MUSI 1181, 1182, 2181, 2182; MUAP 1169, 2269, 2369
    8
    THEORY/AURAL SKILLS
    Select EACH of the following:
    MUSI 1116, 1117, 1311, 1312, 2116, 2117, 2311, 2312
    16
    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR THIS AA DEGREE 60
    Note: State universities are required to accept only 60 hours in transfer; therefore, it is strongly suggested that students check with their receiving university regarding the acceptance of any credit hours over the 60-credit hour maximum.
    Transfer Services Information
    The mission of the Transfer Services — Articulation and University Relations Office is to ensure seamless transfer of credit courses from the colleges of DCCCD to other colleges and universities. The Transfer Services Office provides information to students, academic advisors, career counselors, staff and faculty regarding articulation agreements, course transfer, academic planning and related student services through the transfer services dashboard.
    Transfer Services also provides transfer guides that include courses (course numbers and course names) within our system that will transfer into degree plans at other institutions.

    The Richland College Transfer Center provides transfer advising concerning course transferability as well as university programs and degrees, in an effort to make transferring to a four-year university a seamless process.
    Monday & Tuesday 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Wednesday & Thursday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Friday 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Walk-In Schedule
    Monday & Tuesday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Wednesday & Thursday 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    CONTACT
    Richland College Transfer Center
    El Paso Hall, E082
    972-761-6785

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    As usual in the music department it was skip day. In my jazz combo with 10 students enrolled 3 never bothered to show up today. Of 8 class meetings so far for this spring semester (2x a week) the department darlings have managed to show 2 or in one case 3 times in total. These students skipped class more than half the time last semester and missed scheduled performances as well. But, being the joke of a program it is, Derrick Logozzo retained these students as music majors as is routinely done for students that can't be bothered to come to class and/or fail Music Theory, Music Literature and their core classes. Any barely warm body qualifies as a music major at Richland College.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    Midwestern State University responded to my inquiry concerning excess hours. The voice students Melissa Logan and Derrick Logozzo have sent out there with numerous extra credit hours (read 126 confirmed in one of those cases and similar numbers in the others according to the records posted here) will be charged according to the law. When Logozzo and Logan tell students about all the wild numbers of credit hours students are transferring and claim that students shouldn't worry about out of state tuition they are lying in order to fill their music chairs with trusting students. These liars also neglect to mention that financial aid doesn't cover this out of state tuition. The $5,400.00 here and thousands more charged at other schools is really going to hurt. Those students should send Logan and Logozzo the bill!!!!

    Melissa Logan and Derrick Logozzo need to be removed and music professionals who care about the students and will advise them honestly brought in!

    From:
    Walton, Laramie [mailto:laramie.walton@msutexas.edu]
    Sent: Friday, February 14, 2020 2:41 PM
    To: Mad Mother
    Subject: MSU's current Excess Hours Policy

    ......MSU advises students to avoid taking excessive hours that do not apply to their 4-year degree plan.


    The Texas Legislature established that universities will not receive funding for students entering higher education in Fall 1999 or later or who exceed 45 semester hours above the degree requirements. For students entering Fall 2006, this limit is 30 hours above the degree requirements. Effective Spring 2013, the Board of Regents has determined that MSU will assess an additional tuition charge of $150 per semester credit hour for excess semester credit hours in which students enroll above these limits. To avoid being charged extra tuition, students should be aware of the number of credit hours required for their degree programs and avoid taking excess hours. Numerous drops, withdrawals, and changes of degree programs can also affect this status.

    Have a good day,
    Laramie T. Walton | Admissions Counselor

    MIDWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY
    3410 Taft Boulevard
    Wichita Falls, Texas 76308-2099
    Office 940-397-4613
    Fax 940-397-4672
    msutexas.edu

    Recently ranked one of the Best Regional Universities in the West by US News and World Report!
    Recently ranked one of the top 50 most affordable universities in America by Best Value Schools!
    MSU asked for the names of the students affected. The MSU administration knows that their own alumna, Melissa Logan, is the adviser responsible for grievously injuring the students with dozens of excess hours that will leave them paying higher tuition for no legitimate reason and then sending them these students that are in crisis. I expect that the administrators of both MSU and Richland/DCCCD will communicate about this horrific and malicious advising Richland 's Music Department engages in to fill their own department chairs to the students' detriment.
    Last edited by Soapboxmom; 02-15-2020 at 12:50 PM.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    Melissa Logan sending students with dozens of excess hours that will have to pay out of state tuition to her own Alma Mater should earn her the Alumna from Hell Award. She is such a huge embarrassment to MSU (Midwestern State University) and Richland College. Richland back in the day when I was there was a well respected music program and the feeder school to UNT. We alumni of Richland demand that a real qualified choir director be brought in and that we be welcomed back into our own choir chairs.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    Legal Implications of Academic Advising
    NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightmare

    Legal issues primer
    Legal Issues for Advisors: A Primer
    Authored by: Stephen E. Robinson
    2004

    Within the context of the modern campus, few positions are as potentially problematic as that of the academic advisor. The close and frequent contact with students can prove to be both rewarding and simultaneously challenging. Prudent advisors keep their dual role as both student resource and representative of their institution in mind at all times when working with students. Failure to do so can lead to difficult circumstances. As we live in a litigious society, it is always possible that well-intentioned advisors can find themselves facing situations that could have been avoided. An understanding of basic legal concepts is an integral, yet often unknown, part of the practice of academic advising that can assist advisors in avoiding potential pitfalls.

    One of the most basic concepts that advisors should understand is due process rights. Due process means in simple terms "what is fair" (Miles, 2002). Due process rights are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution in the 5th and 14th amendments specifically......
    Academic advisors should be cognizant of the ramifications of due process for our practice...By understanding the concept involved in due process, advisors can avoid inadvertently denying a student rights that they are guaranteed. This can help protect an advisor from becoming embroiled in difficult legal circumstances.

    The standard that seems to emerge in recent court cases has centered on whether the agents (advisors) were acting within the scope of their professional duties (Zirkel, 2001). Did the advisor overstep the scope of his or her duties? This is how the institution can be held responsible for promises and advice made by their agents. Advisors should be aware of the implications of this for their practice. We should make a conscious effort to avoid speaking for areas outside our scopes... The implications for the advisor are clear here: stick to what you know (Stone, 2002)! It is very easy to fall into the trap of predictions that we all know, as advisors, are dangerous.

    For advisors, one of the most troubling recent incidents is a court case decided in Iowa...the majority opinion compared academic advising to the professions of accounting and law; the similarity being that these two professions provide advice that is relied upon to prevent injury. The majority of the court thought academic advising very similar to these other professions in this regard (Zirkel, 2001). The Iowa Supreme Court minority opinion noted that this case, "rather than 'encouraging sound academic guidance, it will discourage advising altogether.' (Zirkel, 2001)". Rather than go back to trial, the Cedar Rapids School District settled out of court with Mr. Sain (Stone, 2002).

    ...The court's decision is critical in that it clearly links academic advising, in terms of its importance, to accounting and law. While always of crucial importance, advising is not commonly viewed in this manner by authorities outside of academe. This new standard has serious implications for advisors. The traditional role our advice plays potentially takes on a new, and potentially unwelcome gravity.....To be truly effective while at the same time protecting ourselves, we must be aware of the legal implications of our work and the changing environment in which we operate. By seeking the advice of campus experts, including the counsel's office, advisors can safeguard themselves against potential errors.
    Steve Robinson
    West Virginia University
    Assistant University Registrar
    Melissa Logan and Derrick Logozzo refusing to follow DCCCD's published material and specific instructions from the VP Donna Walker to follow the Guided Pathway (degree plan,) stating to students that they need piles of credit hours that do not exist on any degree plan, registering them for courses that are not transferable and not sending students to the Career Services, Guided Pathways advisors and Transfer Center clearly shows that they have gone far beyond their scope of duties. As students are exhausting their financial aid at Richland and facing out of state tuition at Texas 4 year universities they are causing actionable injury.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    Before Melissa Logan and Derrick Logozzo ran the program into the ground my generation of music students were the "cream of the crop."

    Cream of the Crop | CS Music

    Cream of the Crop : ACDA Performing Choirs 1981-1999

    September 1, 1999 Grace Cantey
    You may think that your solo work is all that really counts in a vocal performance degree. However, diva-in-training or not, singing in a choir or ensemble is part of the package at almost every vocal education program in the U.S.
    Ensembles and choral groups have a great deal to offer solo singers. Some of the greatest performers are also the greatest ensemble singers–after all, most operas contain more ensembles than solos. Your work in a university choir or vocal ensemble can teach you more than just how to “blend.” You’ll hone musical skills by sight-reading, and by singing different languages and musical styles. And many choirs perform at least one major work every year, giving their singers the chance to learn standard repertoire. Becoming familiar with major choral works prepares you well for the professional world.
    Since you have to be in a choir, you might as well be in the best you can find. We went to the American Choral Director’s Association (ACDA) and came up with a list of the college and university choirs selected to perform at the biennial national ACDA conventions over the past 20 years.
    William R. McMillan, choral director at the University of Texas at El Paso and chairman of the ACDA’s national committee on repertoire and standards for university choirs, told us, “These convention choirs have succeeded in a vigorous audition process. There are probably some very good programs that do not submit audition tapes, but I suspect that the number is very small.”
    Competition for a slot on the convention roster is stiff, with hundreds of choirs in the running. No choir may perform at two consecutive conventions but may skip one convention and apply to perform at the next one.
    Finding your university’s choir on this list may or may not make a difference to you–but participating in a quality choral program can’t help but add to your general musical education, and that’s what going to school is about.
    Four performances since 1981:
    Harvard University
    Three performances since 1981:
    Arizona State University
    Ohio State University
    Texas Christian University
    University of North Dakota
    University of Illinois
    University of Southern California
    Two performances since 1981:
    Brigham Young University
    California State University
    Chapman University
    Furman University
    Loyola Marymount University
    Michigan State University
    Oklahoma State University
    Ricks College
    San Jose State University
    Southwestern Baptist Theology Seminary
    Texas Tech University
    University of Iowa
    University of Michigan
    University of Mississippi
    University of Missouri
    University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
    Utah State University
    Wartburg College
    Wheaton College
    One performance since 1981:
    Anderson University
    Angelo State University
    Austin Peay State University
    Bakersfield College
    Birmingham–Southern College
    Bowling Green State University
    Bryn Mawr College
    Calvin College
    Central Washington University
    Columbia College
    Doshisha Women’s College
    Eastern Tennessee State University
    Eastman School of Music–U. of Rochester
    Foothill College
    Florida State University
    Glassboro State College
    Howard University
    Illinois University
    Indiana University
    James Madison University
    Jackson State University
    Kentucky State University
    Loma Linda University
    Long Beach City College
    Louisiana State University
    Luther College
    Morehouse College
    Morris Brown College
    Nebraska Wesleyan University
    New England Conservatory
    Northeast Missouri State University
    Northern Arizona University
    Northern Texas State University
    Northwestern University
    Notre Dame College
    Oral Roberts University
    Pacific Lutheran University
    Parkland Community College
    Pennsylvania State University
    Porterville College
    Portland State University
    Richland College
    St. Olaf College
    Sam Houston State University
    Southern Baptist Theological Seminary
    Southern Seminary
    Southwest Iowa Community College
    Southwest Texas State University
    Southwestern Missouri State University
    Temple University
    Texas All-State Community College
    University of Alabama
    University of Arizona
    University of Central Arkansas
    University of Cincinnati
    University of Colorado–Boulder
    University of Dayton
    University of Georgia
    University of Miami
    University of Montevallo
    University of Nebraska
    University of North Carolina–Greensboro
    University of Northern Texas
    University of Regina
    University of Southern Mississippi
    University of Texas–Arlington
    University of Texas–Austin
    University of Texas–San Antonio
    University of Utah
    University of Western Ontario
    University of Wisconsin–Madison
    University of South Carolina
    Waldorf College
    West Kentucky University
    West Texas State University
    Westminster Choir College

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    Jazz professors, students win big at Sam Houston competition
    Employee Success — Congratulations to Ron Jones, Richland College Jazz Ensemble/Big Band director, and Brad Williams, Jazz Small Group Combo director, whose student jazz ensembles were awarded straight superior ratings from all five festival judges during the Sam Houston State University Jazz Festival Competition in Huntsville, Texas, March 28-29. Student musicians Kerry Burkhart, Sam Howard, Jinyu Kim, Austin Lemke and Su Youn Yi also received Outstanding Musician/Soloist awards, earning five of eight individual awards awarded among members of the 14 jazz ensembles from across Texas who competed. Brad Williams was also a guest performer during the afternoon clinic with Lynn Seaton, University of North Texas College of Music professor and professional jazz bassist.
    The good old days. Jones should be back leading the Big Band. Richland should be run like a real school where attendance is expected, high standards are set and maintained and only qualified students are brought in and retained in the program. The jazz and choir programs were the cream of the crop until Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan ran the department into the ground. It is time for positive change. Logozzo and Logan are not running a legitimate program.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    It has been alleged that students who routinely skip class and miss scheduled performances are being passed with A's and B's in music classes. I have seen compelling evidence that this is the case. Clearly DCCCD needs to do a thorough investigation to determine if Richland's music department grades are issued fairly. Richland should, as an accreditated music school, be mirroring what is done at a real 4 year music program at universities.

    This would certainly explain why students we don't see regularly in class and that miss performances and juries keep coming back semester after semester. Why not keep enrolling if everyone gets and A or a B? The program apparently has no standards for entrance or retention. Just hang out and party on the taxpayers dime as Logan and Logozzo want to fill their music department chairs.

    Grades being issued in a uniform and fair manner is paramount. Students are competing for scholarships at 4 year universities and for admittance to high quality competitive programs. Students who are denied opportunities because a Richland student with artificially inflated grades has beat them out would have very good grounds for a lawsuit. Richland students with these incredibly high GPAs who transfer will be looked at as quality candidates by accepting institutions when in fact they may not attend class regularly, may lack the training they should have and may not be performing up to an acceptable level. That reflects very badly on the program and destroys its reputation.

    The truly talented, hardworking students that practice diligently and have excellent attendance may also be harmed. If Richland gets a reputation for being a sub-par program (which it where it is clearly headed) with blatant grade inflation (everyone gets an A, type of place) then 4 year universities will not want to take Richland students in transfer. Who would want students from a program that is clearly not a legitimate program? What a slap in the face of the students who sacrifice everything and work tirelessly to do well. Their hard work gets them exactly the same grade as the class skipping, performance and jury skipping, lazy do nothings who are not putting in the practice time and effort and not carrying their weight in the program. Why bother to show up or practice when everyone gets an A??? Disgusting!

    It is high time that the DCCCD board get to the bottom of the advising issues and alleged grading concerns. The program is simply not trustworthy.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm



    Derrickk Logozzo and Melissa Logan are not following this Golden Rule. Core classes, math and English, absolutely must be taken in the first semester. Students should be on the degree plan from day 1. Many will quickly realize that music is not the avenue to a viable career that will put food on the table. If the students has taken only what is on a real degree plan; Music Theory 1 (3 credit hours,) Ear Training 1 (1 credit hour,) recital (1 credit hour) 1 MUEN/ensemble (1 credit hour,) Piano Class 1 (1 credit hour) and a MUAP/private lesson (2 credit hours,) which is 9 hours of music plus the math and English they can test the waters and see if they really want to go forward with music before wasting too many in-state tuition hours and financial aid eligible hours. Logozzo and Logan should be telling students and giving them in writing that only 4 MUEN (ensemble credit hours) will transfer and only 8 MUAP credit hours will transfer, so it is only a 2 year program and summers should be used to get remaining core hours in only.




    Logozzo and Logan are supposed to send students to Career Services, the real advisors and the Transfer Center immediately. Career Servces ensures that students are informed about majoring in music and understand the career opportunities and earnings potential. The Transfer Center gets the students in touch with colleges they wish to transfer to and gets them exactly to the credit hour what they need to take to transfer to go along with the Guided Pathway/degree plan. Students will get a detailed explanation again of how out of state tuition works, so that they will understand how crucial it is to not take any excess hours over the degree plan.





    Financial aid advisors will explain the limits of credit hours and eligibility requirements that a student must be aware of to successfully complete a degree at Richland and/or transfer.





    The real advisors will get students on a degree plan and carefully count every credit hour with students. They will explain how to avoid being charged out of state tuition at a Texas University when transferring. They will make sure students understand that few colleges will except appeals for out of state tuition and that financial aid does not cover it.




    Amen! Smart Careers, educational goals and avoiding academic jeopardy are issues every student needs addressed. Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan are not qualified or willing to help students get on their best path. Logozzo and Logan are all about filling department chairs with no regard to the fact the dozens of excess hours of music nonsense are causing students incredible harm with exhaustion of financial aid and out of state tuition.



    Freshman and Sophomores (that means only 2 years at Richland.....period end of story) should be vigilant about getting core classes in so that they can transfer successfully and have the option to easily change majors. Logozzo and Logan were to have students on the Guided Pathways according to VP Donna Walker. Clearly, that is not happening.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm



    Setting realistic goals that lead to a real career doesn't happen in the music advisors office. Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan simply sign students up for as much music nonsense as possible to fill their department chairs. The music advisors ignore the real issues that excess hours create. They don't care if their students are exhausting their financial aid. They tell their students not to worry about out of state tuition.




    Logozzo and Logan aren't addressing this at all. For a 2 credit MUAP (private lesson) a real school would require practice time of 4 hours a day minimum. Ensemble literature requires extensive practice. Piano proficiency requires several hours a day. Each academic class hour needs 2 hours of preparation time. So, just 9 credit hours of music and 2 core classes (Music Theory 1 (3 credit hours,) Ear Training 1 (1 credit hour,) recital (1 credit hour) 1 MUEN/ensemble (1 credit hour,) Piano Class 1 (1 credit hour) and a MUAP/private lesson (2 credit hours,) which is 9 hours of music plus the math and English) is a daunting task. Logozzo and Logan are putting many students into 3-4 ensembles and multiple lessons in each semester. Clearly, students can't possibly manage that and it is openly defying the administration's clear statement that the music advisors were to follow the Guided Pathways/degree plans. Logozzo and Logan are setting their students up for failure!




    Possibilites are endless for those students that run from Logozzo and Logan and get help from the many other resources that they should be utilizing.
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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    The Music Department implosion continues. A student who was upset that he (Derrick Logozzo) wouldn't let them drop earlier this semester is now up in arms. They are not happy about Logozzo's ensemble and again reiterated that they wanted to drop. I reminded them that they are way over hours and needed to see a real advisor and the Transfer Center now. They need help.

    Everyone in that department is being put in piles of music nonsense that will not transfer, does not apply to anything, will exhaust their financial aid, will put them into out of state tuition at a 4 year Texas university and keeps them so overloaded that they struggle in and sometimes fail core classes and music classes that they actually need to transfer and graduate. The way the the Music Department is run is beyond disastrous! This abusive department head and his clueless choir director have advised the department into conflict and chaos.


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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    The advising at Broookhaven follows the degree plans / Guided Pathways and is top notch. Brookhaven College has more ensembles than Richland. There are 19 vs. 16 (actually 14 as the two audiation ensembles at Richland are bogus Music Theory Classes that will not transfer and only exist on the Fantasy Island of Richland College.) Yet, Brookhaven is not loading students into excess hours that will exhaust their financial aid and leave them paying out of state tuition at a 4 year Texas University.


    CORE CREDIT HOURS FOR THIS AA DEGREE

    MUSI 1307 Music Literature

    32
    REQUIRED MUSIC ENSEMBLE FIELD OF STUDY COURSES


    Select FOUR semester hours from the following:
    MUEN 1121, 1122, 1123, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1151, 1152, 1153, 2123, 2141
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)
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    APPLIED STUDY


    I. Select EIGHT (8) semester hours in the major applied area of study of the following:
    MUAP 1101, 1105, 1109, 1113, 1115, 1117, 1121, 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1141, 1145, 1149, 1153, 1157, 1158, 1161, 1165, 1169, 1177, 1181, 2201, 2205, 2209, 2213, 2215, 2217, 2221, 2225, 2229, 2233, 2237, 2241, 2245, 2249, 2253, 2257, 2258, 2261, 2265, 2269, 2277, 2281
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)

    II. Applied/class piano
    MUSI 1181, 1182, 2181, 2182; MUAP 1169, 2269, 2369
    8
    THEORY/AURAL SKILLS


    Select EACH of the following:
    MUSI 1116, 1117, 1311, 1312, 2116, 2117, 2311, 2312
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    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR THIS AA DEGREE 60

    Note: State universities are required to accept only 60 hours in transfer; therefore, it is strongly suggested that students check with their receiving university regarding the acceptance of any credit hours over the 60-credi-hour maximum.

    Freshman and Sophomores take only that many hours of music plus 4 credits of recital as it is required to transfer and 4 credits of Piano Class as it is also recommended. So for each of the 4 long semesters (fall and spring) the students should be in Music Theory (3 credit hours,) Ear Training (1 credit hour,) MUEN / ensemble (1 credit hour,) MUAP / private lesson on 1 instrument (2 credit hours,) Piano Classes 1-4 and recital / MUSI-9176. Musi 1307 / Music Literature (3 credit hours) is a required core and music class.

    That brings the credit hour total to 68. 60-66 is the maximum that will transfer. That Associate's Degree transfers as a block and it is imperative that students not exceed these hours.. Attempting 30 hours above the credit hour requirements for a 4 year degree at a 4 year Texas University leads to students being charged out of state tuition.

    Students at Richland are exhausting their financial aid as they are exceeding the maximum credit hours (90) taking piles of music garbage that the dirty advisors are putting them in to fill chairs. Brookhaven's advising is wonderful as the spring 2020 students records clearly show. Students are taking only what is on the degree plan and will transfer. These students have no worries of exhausting financial aid and / or having to pay out of state tuition at a 4 year Texas University. The dirty music advisors, Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan, should have been sent packing ages ago.

    Richland VP Donna Walker states in writing in July 2019:
    Response: Music coordinators have been instructed to follow the Guided Pathway and may not require students to enroll in courses outside of the Guided Pathway.The Guided Pathway indicates that students are not required to enroll in more than 4 semester credit hours MUEN and 8 semester credit hours MUAP to complete that component of the Field of Study in Music....

    Student enrollments will continue to be monitored to ensure alignment with the Guided Pathway...

    Response: Music faculty are the content experts and will only advise students for music courses. Music faculty will not register students for music or core classes. Guided Pathway advisors will be available for students to be advised for core classes prior to enrolling in music classes. Students and Guided Pathway advisors will register students for music and core classes.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    Compare the excellent advising at Brookhaven shown above to the absolutely criminal advising Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan are doing. For each of the 4 long semesters (fall and spring) the students should be in Music Theory (3 credit hours,) Ear Training (1 credit hour,) 1 MUEN / ensemble (1 credit hour,) 1 MUAP / private lesson on 1 instrument (2 credit hours,) Piano Classes 1-4 and recital / MUSI-9176. Musi 1307 / Music Literature (3 credit hours) is a required core and music class.



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    to be continued.....

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    0004737
    2020SP CR MUSI-1312 83002

    Richland
    0004949
    2020SP CR MUAP-2261 83001
    Richland 0004949
    2020SP CR MUAP-2261 83002
    Richland 0004949
    2020SP CR MUAP-2269 83004
    Richland
    0004949
    2020SP CR MUEN-1134 83001
    Richland 0004949 2020SP CR MUSI-9176 83001

    Richland
    0005001
    2020SP CR MUAP-1161 83002
    Richland 0005001
    2020SP CR MUAP-2269 83005
    Richland
    0005001
    2020SP CR MUEN-1123 83001
    Richland 0005001
    2020SP CR MUEN-1152 83004non-transferable Theory Class
    Richland 0005001
    2020SP CR MUEN-1152 83003
    Richland 0005001 2020SP CR MUSI-9176 83001



    CORE CREDIT HOURS FOR THIS AA DEGREE

    MUSI 1307 Music Literature


    32
    REQUIRED MUSIC ENSEMBLE FIELD OF STUDY COURSES


    Select FOUR semester hours from the following:
    MUEN 1121, 1122, 1123, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1151, 1152, 1153, 2123, 2141
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)
    4
    APPLIED STUDY


    I. Select EIGHT (8) semester hours in the major applied area of study of the following:
    MUAP 1101, 1105, 1109, 1113, 1115, 1117, 1121, 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1141, 1145, 1149, 1153, 1157, 1158, 1161, 1165, 1169, 1177, 1181, 2201, 2205, 2209, 2213, 2215, 2217, 2221, 2225, 2229, 2233, 2237, 2241, 2245, 2249, 2253, 2257, 2258, 2261, 2265, 2269, 2277, 2281
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)

    II. Applied/class piano
    MUSI 1181, 1182, 2181, 2182; MUAP 1169, 2269, 2369
    8
    THEORY/AURAL SKILLS


    Select EACH of the following:
    MUSI 1116, 1117, 1311, 1312, 2116, 2117, 2311, 2312
    16
    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR THIS AA DEGREE 60


    Note: State universities are required to accept only 60 hours in transfer; therefore, it is strongly suggested that students check with their receiving university regarding the acceptance of any credit hours over the 60-credi-hour maximum.



    60-66 is the maximum that will transfer. That Associate's Degree transfers as a block and it is imperative that students not exceed these hours.. Attempting 30 hours above the credit hour requirements for a 4 year degree at a 4 year Texas University leads to students being charged out of state tuition.

    For each of the 4 long semesters (fall and spring) the students should be in Music Theory (3 credit hours,) Ear Training (1 credit hour,) 1 MUEN / ensemble (1 credit hour,) 1 MUAP / private lesson on 1 instrument (2 credit hours,) Piano Classes 1-4 and recital / MUSI-9176. Musi 1307 / Music Literature (3 credit hours) is a required core and music class.

    Students at Richland are exhausting their financial aid as they are exceeding the maximum credit hours (90) taking piles of music garbage that the dirty advisors are putting them in to fill chairs. Brookhaven's advising is wonderful as the spring 2020 students records clearly show. Students are taking only what is on the degree plan and will transfer. These students have no worries of exhausting financial aid and / or having to pay out of state tuition at a 4 year Texas University. The dirty music advisors, Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan, should have been sent packing ages ago. They are continuing to advise students into total disaster and are proven liars!

    Richland VP Donna Walker states in writing in July 2019:
    Response: Music coordinators have been instructed to follow the Guided Pathway and may not require students to enroll in courses outside of the Guided Pathway.The Guided Pathway indicates that students are not required to enroll in more than 4 semester credit hours MUEN and 8 semester credit hours MUAP to complete that component of the Field of Study in Music....

    Student enrollments will continue to be monitored to ensure alignment with the Guided Pathway...

    Response: Music faculty are the content experts and will only advise students for music courses. Music faculty will not register students for music or core classes. Guided Pathway advisors will be available for students to be advised for core classes prior to enrolling in music classes. Students and Guided Pathway advisors will register students for music and core classes.

    And lest we forget, minimum practice time for each of those MUAP (Private lessons) is 3-4 hours per day. So, it is no wonder that students fail Music Theory and their required core classes. This program is a complete disaster. No real music schools place students in excess hours like this. Real schools follow degree plans. This is a bloodbath for the taxpayers who don't even know that they are paying for mountains of credit hours that are no on any degree plans and will not transfer. Melissa Logan and Derrick Logozzo must be terminated!

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    One of the many incredible adjuncts shared with his student that when he was in college he was practicing his principal instrument for 8 hours a day. Bingo! That is exactly what Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan are not telling students. The successful ones put in a tremendous amount of practice and study time. That is why students should be in no more than 1 MUAP (lesson,) 1 ensemble and of course piano class. That is all that is on the degree plans and that will transfer. Richland is a two-year program and should mirror what music students do at real music schools. Those that transfer have to audition on their principal instrument and 4 hours of practice a day 6 days a week is the bare minimum. This program is a disaster and the only aim seems to be to fill chairs to artificially inflate the department numbers.

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    Attendance was abysmal today as always in the DCCCD's Richland College Music Department. In my jazz combo, 4 of the 10 members were no shows. 3 of those students are returning music majors. 2 of those laughable music majors had skipped class much of the time last semester and hadn't bothered to come for all the performances and are doing that again this semester. 1 has attended 2 out of 13 class meetings so far and missed the first performance. 1 has made 4 classes out of 13 and skipped that first performance as well. Another has made maybe 6 classes of 13. A new student has made about 9 of the class meetings.

    In any real music school all of those students would have already earned a big fat F! Richland's Music Department head retains students who don't think that they have to attend class, not to mention the many students who are not anywhere near the level they need to be to pursue a degree in music that get strung along for numerous semesters as music majors in order to fill chairs. Richland College's music program is simply not a legitimate college level program.


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    The 3 music majors from the last post skipped the jazz combo again. Will these students who can't be bothered to come to class or performances again be awarded A's and B's? I am now playing the part for two of those students. They should drop and talk to a real advisor about what they should do with the mess they have made as I assume they will have to be failed in several classes as they have not bothered to do more than make a few token appearances. Ridiculous!

    A former music major that changed over to a real career major came back to visit with a few of us and avoided the music building madness entirely, instead opting to meet the caring folks left in the department elsewhere on campus. I know well why. With no soundproof doors, I couldn't help but to overhear 3 choir students talking. All should be graduating and preparing to audition and transfer. I politely pointed out that they were all loaded with excess hours and that I was sorry that had happened. I asked them to let the administration know that this was an issue for all of the choir students advised by Melissa Logan. These students seem to be angry with me for wanting to fix the problems in the department instead of being upset with the dirty choir director who has put them in excess hours that will land them in out of state tuition and made transfer more difficult for them. Those clueless kids don't know that I walked out of Richland with a vocal scholarship at what is now Texas A & M Commerce and got the Bachelor's of Music, so I know exactly what I am talking about! Melissa Logan has set them up to fail!

    The dirty advisors have turned the music department into a war zone and made it very unwelcoming. Who wants to be in a department where rehearsals have a good number of the students routinely skipping? Who wants to be in a department where everyone is signed up for dozens of hours of garbage that apply to nothing while exhausting their financial aid, leaving them no time to practice or get in necessary classes and landing them in out of state tuition at a 4 year Texas University? Who wants to be in a department filled with constant tension and chaos?

    The Richland Music Department needs new leadership and a complete overhaul. It is simply imploding.
    Last edited by Soapboxmom; 03-05-2020 at 07:51 PM.

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    DCCCD's Richland College Music Advisors, Derrick Logozzo & Melissa Logan continue to defy the administration & put students into dozens of excess credit hours. These excess hours exhaust students' financial aid & lands them in out of state tuition at 4 year universities in Texas when they transfer. This information is all directly quoted from the DCCCD webpages. The music advisors won't allow this to be posted in the building or handed out to students. The taxpayers are getting a bloodbath!

    Excessive Hours | Course Credit | Bachelor's Degree



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    Keeping the Cost of College Down

    Keeping the Cost of College Down





    Between the high costs of tuition, living expenses, meal plans and textbooks, it is easy to see why college students are increasingly stressed about their finances. A 2015 survey found that around 70% of college students feel stressed about their personal finances in general. As a current student at UCLA, I too have felt the financial strain of an undergraduate education. Luckily, I have found that there are many simple actions college students can take to reduce the cost of postsecondary education. Here are 5 tips from a current college student on how to make college more affordable:


    1. Manage your academic life

    According to data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), 60% of college students in 2016 graduated within 6 years of beginning their studies. Every additional semester or quarter spent in school means more tuition spent. One of the best ways to save money in college is to graduate on time. Graduating within four years instead of six can save you tens of thousands of dollars in tuition and other expenses. One of the easiest things you can do to graduate on time is to manage your academic life. This includes planning and prioritizing classes necessary for graduation such as General Education (GE) and major requirements. Does the class “History of Rock and Roll” fulfill a GE or major requirement? If yes, then great, take the class! If not, then maybe take that English Composition class required by your university for graduation instead. By carefully planning out your classes for your entire college career, you can be sure to graduate on time or even early!
    Effective class planning also includes ensuring that you take enough units each semester to graduate on time. In order to remain eligible for student aid, institutions require students to take a certain number of units per semester. Taking less than the recommended number of units at your institution can make it difficult to graduate in four years and can also jeopardize your student aid opportunities. Because of this, it is important to closely monitor the number of classes you take each semester and be mindful of the impact that dropping a class might have on your financial aid and graduation plans.

    Be thrifty with books and supplies
    .....

    Choose the right meal plan
    .....

    Budget
    Budgeting can help students keep track of their day-to-day expenses, save money and practice planning for the future. Creating a budget can help ensure that you do not go overboard with unnecessary spending on expenses such as eating out and concerts. Fortunately, there are a lot of great resources available to help college students learn how to budget. For example, Federal Student Aid (FSA) provides students with information on the benefits of budgeting and how to create a budget. Additionally, there are plenty of free apps, many of which directly connect to your credit card, designed to help users keep track of their expenses.


    1. Look for free money

    Looking for free money in the forms of scholarships and grants is another way to keep the cost of college down. Scholarships, which are usually merit-based and grants, which are usually need-based, are considered “free money” because they do not have to be repaid. There are a wide variety of scholarships and grants available to college students varying in size and purpose. For example, through your university there are often scholarships from outside donors given based on factors such as a student’s major, future career goals and background. Most scholarships and grants have an application process that sometimes requires short essays. The relatively little amount of time it takes to fill out these applications can come with a huge reward if you end up winning the scholarship. FSA also provides students with more information about scholarships and grants.

    College can be expensive and navigating these expenses can be stressful. Luckily, there are several simple ways to help reduce the cost of college. Carefully planning classes, buying used books, opting for the cheaper meal plan option, budgeting and applying for scholarships are all easy ways to conserve money as a college student. While these methods will not cover the cost of tuition entirely, hopefully they will help you save a little extra money and let you concentrate on studying instead of your finances.
    Go to the real advisors and Transfer Center. Richland College Music students should only take what is on the degree plan plus 4 semesters of recital and piano class as that is 68 hours. Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan are using trusting students to fill chairs and the students will pay a very high price for their predatory and dishonest advising!

    Excessive Hours

    Students should take care when selecting additional courses to be transferred toward a Baccalaureate degree. House Bill 1172 allows an institution to charge the equivalent of out of state tuition for credit hours taken beyond the state limits. State limits are:
    For students entering public Texas institutions Fall 1999 - Summer 2006 who attempt 45 hours beyond what is required for Baccalaureate degree (120 hours). For students entering Fall 2006 and thereafter who attempt 30 hours beyond the hours required for a Baccalaureate degree. It is recommended that students take minimal hours beyond degree requirements to avoid possible higher tuition charges at the institution to which they are transferring.
    This degree plan will constitute a 60-semester-credit-hour transfer block to any public Texas four-year college or university.
    Courses Required for the AA Degree with a Field of Study in Music

    Courses Required for the AA Degree with a Field of Study in Music
    Component Areas
    and CB Codes


    Courses Semester-Credit Hours Required
    Communication
    (CB010)

    Select EACH of the following:

    ENGL 1301 (a grade of "C" or better is required)
    ENGL 1302
    6
    Mathematics
    (CB020)

    Select ONE of the following:

    (A grade of "C" or better is required.)
    MATH 1314, 1316, 1324, 1325, 1332, 1342, 1350, 1414, 1442, 2412, 2413, 2414
    3-4
    Life and Physical Sciences
    (CB030)

    Select ONE of the following:

    ANTH 2401, BIOL 1406, 1407, 1408, 1409, 1411, 2401, 2402, 2406, 2416, 2420, 2421CHEM 1405, 1406, 1407, 1411, 1412, 2423, 2425ENVR 1401, 1402GEOL 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405, 1445, 1447PHYS 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1405, 1407, 1415, 1417, 2425, 2426
    4
    Creative Arts
    (CB050)

    Select the following:
    MUSI 1307 (Caution: This course being added to Core Curriculum selected by the colleges of DCCCD is pending THECB approval.)
    3

    American History
    (CB060)

    Select the following:

    HIST 1301and
    Select ONE of the following:
    HIST 1302, 2301, 2328, 2381
    6
    Government/Political Science
    (CB070)

    Select EACH of the following:

    GOVT 2305, 2306
    6
    Component Area Option
    (CB090)

    Select ONE of the following options:

    Option A: SPCH 1311, 1315, 1321 or SGNL 1301, 1302 and PHED 1164
    OR
    Option B: FOREIGN LANGUAGE - ARAB 1411, 1412; CHIN 1411, 1412; FREN 1411, 1412; GERM 1411, 1412; ITAL 1411, 1412; JAPN 1411, 1412; KORE 1411, 1412; PORT 1411, 1412; RUSS 1411, 1412; SPAN 1411, 1412
    4
    CORE CREDIT HOURS FOR THIS AA DEGREE
    32

    REQUIRED MUSIC ENSEMBLE FIELD OF STUDY COURSES


    Select FOUR semester hours from the following:
    MUEN 1121, 1122, 1123, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1134, 1135, 1136, 1137, 1151, 1152, 1153, 2123, 2141
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)
    4
    APPLIED STUDY


    I. Select EIGHT (8) semester hours in the major applied area of study of the following:
    MUAP 1101, 1105, 1109, 1113, 1115, 1117, 1121, 1125, 1129, 1133, 1137, 1141, 1145, 1149, 1153, 1157, 1158, 1161, 1165, 1169, 1177, 1181, 2201, 2205, 2209, 2213, 2215, 2217, 2221, 2225, 2229, 2233, 2237, 2241, 2245, 2249, 2253, 2257, 2258, 2261, 2265, 2269, 2277, 2281
    (Courses may be repeated for credit.)

    II. Applied/class piano
    MUSI 1181, 1182, 2181, 2182; MUAP 1169, 2269, 2369
    8
    THEORY/AURAL SKILLS


    Select EACH of the following:
    MUSI 1116, 1117, 1311, 1312, 2116, 2117, 2311, 2312
    16
    TOTAL CREDIT HOURS REQUIRED FOR THIS AA DEGREE 60
    Note:State universities are required to accept only 60 hours in transfer; therefore, it is strongly suggested that students check with their receiving university regarding the acceptance of any credit hours over the 60-credit hour maximum.
    Transfer Services Information
    The mission of the Transfer Services — Articulation and University Relations Office is to ensure seamless transfer of credit courses from the colleges of DCCCD to other colleges and universities. The Transfer Services Office provides information to students, academic advisors, career counselors, staff and faculty regarding articulation agreements, course transfer, academic planning and related student services through the transfer services dashboard.
    Transfer Services also provides transfer guides that include courses (course numbers and course names) within our system that will transfer into degree plans at other institutions.

    The Richland College Transfer Center provides transfer advising concerning course transferability as well as university programs and degrees, in an effort to make transferring to a four-year university a seamless process.
    Monday & Tuesday 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Wednesday & Thursday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Friday 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.

    Walk-In Schedule
    Monday & Tuesday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
    Wednesday & Thursday 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
    Friday 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

    CONTACT
    Richland College Transfer Center
    El Paso Hall, E082
    972-761-6785

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm

    @#$^&
    Mar 12

    how is DCCCD gonna cancel every school event EXCEPT classes?? how does that make any sense i hope i get the damn virus so i can take my happy ass to classes then hope y’all like that


    @#$%^
    Replying to
    @realscamdotcom

    i know exactly who u are lmao trying to hide behind a twitter account no one pays attention to .. good luck trying to take down the music department

    next time you see me on campus, let me know face to face! don’t be so shy
    Who is hiding? I have always been public. I am working to save what is left of the music department. Dirty advising that is exhausting students' financial aid and putting them into out of state tuition at Texas universities, lack of practice rooms, broken pianos, attendance issues and students that are not legitimate candidates for music degrees are all things that have to be addressed. I left Richland the first time on scholarship and earned my Bachelor's of Music. I have already crossed that bridge. I can see that my Alma Mater needs me now.

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    Re: NASM Accredited??? DCCCD Richland College Music Advising Derrick Logozzo / Melissa Logan Out of State Tuition Nightm



    I am in class with Richland's own Dumb and Dumber. The Jazz Combo class we are in has met 16 times. Dumb has shown up about 7 times and his poor private lesson teacher wanders the building and pops into ensemble rehearsals searching for him as he doesn't appear for his lesson. Dumber has shown up about 6 times and skipped our first performance. This is extraordinarily disrespectful to the professor and all of us that are in the same ensemble. Since, they have been no shows I have the task of switching parts and covering their part on keyboard. I love playing, but having to do this toward the end of the semester seriously hurts the group and leaves me having to spend a great deal of time working on that material, when I could have covered their part from day 1. Not to mention our class of ten has a member who has attended a whopping 2 class sessions of 16 and another one who is barely above the 50% attendance mark as well. I have no interest in having these clowns in class with the rest of us who are serious students.

    Let's look at attendance policies for performing ensembles at real schools:
    UNT states:

    There is a basic attendance policy for all music education courses. Students cannot miss more than 3 classes in a given semester for each music education course (not counting university excused absences.) If more than 3 classes are missed, the student will earn an "F" for the semester grade for that course. Instructors may have more stringent policies than this basic policy.....

    ENSEMBLE POLICIES
    ATTENDANCE, GRADING, AND CONCERT ATTIRE
    UNIVERSITY BAND
    Fall 2019 – Brett Penshorn, conductor
    MULB 1813.501 / MULB 5173.506
    Monday/Wednesday 3:30-5:30 pm
    Murchison Performing Arts Center: Instrumental Rehearsal Room
    The goal of ANY POLICY statement is to preserve the quality of the music making experience for all involved. Early
    communication is the best way to handle any problems that may arise.
    ATTENDANCE
    1. Musicians CANNOT BE EXCUSED from any rehearsals or performances.
    2. Events that are BEYOND YOUR CONTROL, such as serious illness or family emergencies will be considered on a case-bycase
    basis and will be handled by the conductor of the ensemble.
    3. In the event of an emergency absence, DIRECT communication with the conductor is essential upon return. If at all possible,
    please call in advance of the absence.
    4. In case of absence, an explanation should be offered well in advance of the next rehearsal. Please make an appointment
    to
    speak with the conductor personally at a time other than just before or just after a rehearsal. Once again, communication is the
    best way to handle attendance issues.
    THE WIND STUDIES PHONE NUMBER IS: (940) 565-3737
    EMAIL ADDRESS: Brett.Penshorn@my.unt.edu
    OFFICE HOURS: MPACX 114, by appointment
    GRADING
    Student grades are based on the following:
    1. Preparation, performance, and positive contribution
    2. Attendance at rehearsals, recording sessions, and performances
    Grading Scale: Absences Grade
    0 = A
    1 = B
    2 = C
    3 = D
    4 = F

    Note: Absence from a dress rehearsal, recording session, or performance will also result in a failing grade. Students who receive
    a failing grade must confer with the conductor to determine future ensemble status.

    TARDINESS
    Musicians should be in their seats five minutes prior to tuning. Two tardies equal one absence. It is recommended that students keep
    open the hour prior to their scheduled rehearsal time to minimize the possibility of being late....
    UTA states:
    The University of Texas at Arlington
    Department of Music
    MARCHING BAND
    MUSI 0101.001
    Fall 2017
    M/W/TR, 5:30-7:30p.m., Room STAD 117
    Dr. Chris Evans
    Fine Arts Building 314
    817-272-1049 (office)
    Email: christopher.evans@uta.edu
    Faculty Profile: Dr Chris Evans | Explore University Of Texas At Arlington
    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    Marching Band is open to all students by audition and presents 6-8 shows throughout the semester.
    STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
    1. Improve each individualÂ’s musicianship through rehearsing and performing at the highest levels of
    artistic expression.
    2. Provide a familiarity with effective marching pedagogical techniques.
    3. Perform a balance of repertoire for the marching activity.
    4. Encourage each individualÂ’s artistic and technical development while working toward goals for the
    group.
    5. Provide and foster the pedagogical and performance standards applicable in any performance or
    educational situation.
    COURSE ORGANIZATION:
    A full performance schedule is posted at:
    The Department of Music at UT Arlington
    As the instructor for this course, I reserve the right to adjust this schedule in any way that serves the
    educational needs of the students enrolled in this course. –Christopher J. Evans
    GRADING AND ATTENDANCE POLICIES:

    1. Performers will be evaluated on the basis of their preparation and performance.
    2. Attendance is required at all rehearsals, sectionals, and performances. You are training to become
    a professional; therefore being present and on time is viewed as a minimal responsibility.

    3. It is your responsibility to professionally prepare all parts assigned. We do not rehearse to practice.
    4. An unexcused absence from rehearsal may result in a lowered grade by one letter.
    5. Two tardies = one absence (tardy goes into effect if rehearsal has begun).
    6. An absence from a performance may result in a failing grade.
    7. Tardiness for a performance call time may result in the overall grade lowered by one letter.
    8. Emergencies, and extenuating circumstances will be dealt with on an individual basis in
    consultation with the director. Illnesses will only be excused with a doctor’s note. Everyone is
    affected when you miss, therefore attendance is not only required, but is an extremely important
    part of this class.

    9. Absence notifications or requests must be emailed to the instructor prior to rehearsal. The
    instructor will be the arbiter of what is considered excused.
    10. Students must return all University-owned equipment (i.e. instruments/uniforms) in order to
    receive a passing grade.
    11. There will be performances and/or rehearsals that occur outside of the scheduled time for the class......

    Jazz Combo: If you must miss a rehearsal or Friday master-class for an excused reason, you are expected to find a sub and get approval from the professor ahead of time. If you do not get prior authorization from
    the professor in writing or via email, your participation grade will be reduced one-half letter grade for
    each occurrence. Failure to find a sub for an excused absence will result in an unexcused absence.
    Attendance at all concerts and group recording listed is required (absence from any of these
    events is an automatic “F” in this class.) Attendance will be taken each period. Late arrivals will
    not be accepted as punctual attendance is expected as an indication of professionalism, respect to
    the rest of your group members, and personal commitment to a very competitive profession and to
    the university.
    Texas A & M Commerce states:
    TAMU-Commerce
    Symphonic Band
    MUS 100B.011
    Spring 2018 Course Orientation
    Allan F. Goodwin, conductor Meeting Time: M-W-F 2:00-3:50 PM
    Office: Music Building 191 Location: Rehearsal Hall
    Office Phone: (903) 886-5292 MUS 113
    E-Mail: allan.goodwin@tamuc.edu Office Hours: By appointment
    Course Description
    MUS 100B.011 (Symphonic Band) is a one credit-hour course designed primarily for music majors, both
    graduate and undergraduate. The goal is to provide members a performance experience with a broad range of
    repertoire of the highest level, including both large ensemble works and chamber music.
    Student Learning Objectives
    At the conclusion of the course the student will be able to: 1) Exhibit accurate individual, sectional and
    ensemble intonation and rhythm along with fundamental and advanced instrumental techniques while
    performing a varied repertoire of music within the ensemble; 2) Perform expressively a varied repertoire of
    music representing styles and diverse cultures within the ensemble; 3) Utilize standard musical terminology to
    describe intervals, music notation, chord structure, rhythm/meter, harmonic texture, form, and music symbols
    and terms referring to dynamics, tempo, and articulation; 4) Utilize problem-solving skills to identify and
    correct problems with pitch, rhythm/meter, articulation, phrasing, and dynamics within a rehearsal setting.
    Grades
    Your final grade will be determined by:
    1. Preparation of music prior to rehearsals
    2. Preparation of music for sectionals
    3. Degree of professionalism exhibited in rehearsals and performances
    4. Attendance and promptness to performances (including dress rehearsals, sound checks and concerts)
    5. Attendance and promptness to all rehearsals (see below)
    6. Attendance and promptness to sectionals as called
    Required Sectionals
    Sectionals will be held on a weekly basis. The principal player in each section is responsible for coordinating
    sectionals and informing Mr. Goodwin of absences from sectionals via the online sectional attendance form.
    Principal playerÂ’s grades are additionally dependent on timely communication with section members, leading
    weekly sectionals and submitting detailed sectional report forms.
    Attendance Policy
    Since each member of the Symphonic Band is critical to the success of the ensemble, all students are required to
    be present at each rehearsal and called sectional.
    • One unexcused absence = a maximum grade of B
    • Two unexcused absence = a maximum grade of C
    • Three unexcused absence = a maximum grade of D
    • Four unexcused absence = a maximum grade of F

    An unexcused absence from a performance may result in an automatic grade of F and dismissal from the
    ensemble. Tardies accumulate at the rate of two unexcused tardies = One unexcused absence.
    Note: Excused absences are defined as illness (with a note from a physician), verifiable family emergency, or a
    University related event or activity (with prior approval). Courtesy dictates notifying the instructor in advance
    of an absence whenever possible so that rehearsal plans may be altered as needed. Failure to notify the
    instructor may result in the absence being classified unexcused.
    Substitute Policy
    Any ensemble member unable to be in rehearsal (whether excused or unexcused) is required to secure a
    qualified substitute player to cover his/her part in their absence. A qualified sub is defined as a current member
    of a concert ensemble one level above that for which a rehearsal is missed. A Symphonic Band member may
    substitute for a Concert Band member, and a Wind Ensemble member my sub for a Symphonic Band player,
    etc. It is the responsibility of the ensemble member to provide all relevant materials (music, etc.) to the
    substitute player in advance of the intended absence.

    University Mission Statement
    Texas A&M University-Commerce provides a personal educational experience for a diverse community of lifelong
    learners. Our purpose is to discover and disseminate knowledge for leadership and service in an
    interconnected and dynamic world. Our challenge is to nurture partnerships for the intellectual, cultural, social,
    and economic vitality of Texas and beyond.
    Music Department Mission Statement
    The Music Department of Texas A&M University-Commerce promotes excellence in music through the
    rigorous study of music history, literature, theory, composition, pedagogy, and the preparation of music
    performance in applied study and ensembles to meet the highest standards of aesthetic expression.
    DCCCD's Richland College Music Department is not a legitimate program. These students that skip class are given A's & B's and retained in this mess of a program to the detriment of all. I demand that Derrick Logozzo and Melissa Logan be removed and the department be brought up to the proper standard for a music program.

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    The Richland College Choir Director and predatory advisor, Melissa Logan, could star in a remake of Dumb and Dumber. She is actually posting star charts in the hall. Who needs syllabi and concrete attendance policies as posted above?!? And, her kiddies party in the music building, Fannin Hall, and play games and she keeps the scores for them. Tax $$$$ at waste and she continues to put her students into gobs of excess hours of nonsense credit music classes that will land the kiddies in out state tuition. College or kindergarten??? You decide!




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    UTA president steps down after details of investigation into questionable dealings with a university vendor released

    UTA president steps down after details of investigation into questionable dealings with a university vendor released

    The investigation found improper international trips, improper financial dealings and pressure to dramatically increase the school’s online nursing program.


    ...allowed the vendor to push for expedited enrollment processes that let under-qualified students enroll into the school’s online nursing program......pressured university staff on admissions frequently......suggested to the vendor that grade average standards be lowered in order to drive up enrollment......UT System officials have expressed “significant concerns”
    Richland College Music advisors have put armies of under-qualified candidates into the program. Many of the students would never be accepted into a music program at any university as they don't have the requisite experience, training, skills, and work ethic, but Richland reels them in with fantasies of fun in music. No realistic career guidance or planning is involved.

    The advisors try to turn everyone into a music major or at least load them down with music piles music classes that apply to nothing and are not transferable on top of another major. The program doesn't mirror the attendance requirements for real schools. Students that routinely miss rehearsals, classes and performances waltz away with A's and B's when they would have failing marks in any legitimate program.

    Though many administrators, professors and staff across campus are becoming aware that there are serious problems, the dirty advising to fill chairs is ongoing as it keeps the numbers up and money rolling into the college and music department. State money is based on enrollment and not on any actual metrics of a successful or honestly run program. Federal financial aid money rolls in the door with students who trust these advisors and have no clue of the dire consequences of wasting years in this dirty junior college program. Federal financial aid has strict limits. Many music students end up exhausting all of their aid at Richland as the advisors put them in dozens of excess hours that apply to nothing and will not transfer. The 60 hour Associate's Degree turns into more than 100 hours of garbage and no degree as the advisors don't put the students into required core classes. The financial aid limit is 90 hours for the Associate's Degree and students far surpass that due to dirty advising.

    The advisors outright lie to the students and tell them that out of state tuition is nothing to worry about, when in fact any credit hours exceeding the 4 year degree (120 credit hours) plus 30 hours (150 credit hours total) results in the student being charged out of state tuition at their own Texas universities. Students don't understand that they can't pick hours to transfer. All atempted hours count toward these strict limits period. Financial aid doesn't cover this higher tuition and some of these students will also end up with no financial aid at all to finish their 4 year degrees because of the excess hours that they were told they needed and placed in by advisors that want to fill music chairs and get $$$ into the department.

    So what does this amount to???? This dirty advising is fraud plain and simple. Federal financial aid dollars are going to Richland for classes that students are not qualified to be taking, are not on any degree plan and obviously excess hours that a student should never be enrolled in. Students are not sent to Career Services, the Transfer Center or real advisors to get help, so they have their financial aid and in-state eligible credit hours wasted on nonsense music classes that apply to nothing and will not lead to gainful employment.

    The fraud needs to be addressed!

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