Advertisement

BCTC summer session registration deadline nearing

April 16, 2012|By Bob Flynn | The Winchester Sun

Students interested in attending classes at Bluegrass Community and Technical College Winchester Campus during the six-week Summer I session have one more week to register.

Classes for the first summer session begin May 8, but Campus Director Bruce Manley said there’s still time for anyone interested in attending summer classes.

“Registration deadline is Friday, April 20, so there is still time a little time for anyone who has not enrolled yet to get signed up,” Manley said. “All you need to do is call and set up an advising appointment to get registered.”

Summer classes traditionally are popular with local students, Manley said, because the sessions are shorter than regular semester classes.

“Many students like to take classes during the summer because they typically meet Monday through Thursday for six weeks, so it’s much quicker than a regular class,” Manley said. “Summer is just a good way to get caught up on your college career, and we have a lot of students take advantage of our summer classes.”

Advertisement

Classes offered in the first summer session include:

— Human Anatomy and Physiology I
— Foundation of College Writing II
— Writing I
— Basic algebra
— Intermediate algebra
— Introduction to information systems
— General psychology (hybrid course-classroom and online)
— Developmental psychology (hybrid course-classroom and online)
— Reading for college classroom

Students can also register for Summer II classes.

Deadline for registration for the six-week Summer II session is June 5, with classes beginning  June 21.
Classes offered in the second summer session include:

— Introduction to biology
— Introduction to biology lab
— Introduction to interpersonal communication
— Foundation of College Writing II
— Writing I
— History of the United States since 1865
— Basic algebra
— Intermediate algebra
— Contemporary mathematics
— Introduction to information systems
— Psychology III
— Reading for college classroom

Tuition for summer classes is $130 per credit hour for in-state returning students (enrolled in fall 2010 or spring 2012) and $135 for new students.

Tuition for out-of-state students from contiguous counties is $260 per credit hour for returning students and $270 for new students, and for all other out of state students, $445 per credit hour for returning students and $465 for new students.

For more information about summer classes or to set up an advising appointment, contact BCTC at 737-3098 ext. 56595.

The BCTC summer class schedules are available online at http://bit.ly/BCTCsummerclasses. 
Information for registering for classes at any of BCTC’s Lexington campuses can be found at  http://bit.ly/BCTCAdvisingAppts.

Central Kentucky News Articles
|
|
|