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Summer Information

Summer Semester Rules

Summer Semester is the start of the academic year for College Credit Plus funding.  Students who wish to enroll in summer classes should be in good academic standing in their current middle school, high school, and dual credit classes.  Summer semester at the college may begin before a school district has ended the academic year.  Also, summer semester may overlap with the start of the next year for a school district.  So students and families should review the calendar carefully as they select college courses.  Consult with your guidance counselor in January or February if you want to take Summer classes.  Make sure you are selecting courses that make sense - meet your high school graduation requirements as you pursue an academic pathway in college.  All Summer registration activity must take place via your College Credit Plus advisor – consult the Advising page on the website if you have not yet spoken with your advisor.

 

If you choose to self-pay to review pre-college material, which is not covered by College Credit Plus funding, here are a few rules regarding enrollment in developmental or remedial classes:

  • To register for a mathematics course including MATH 1099 or lower, students must document that they have completed High School Algebra II or its equivalent.
  • To register for an English course including ENGL 0190 or lower, students must document that they have completed three credits of High School English.
  • To register for a Developmental Reading course, students must document that they have completed at least two credits of High School English.
  • To register for BIO 0100, CHEM 0100, and PHYS 0100, students must meet any pre-requisites and have completed High School Algebra II or its equivalent.