Classes Run October 17 to December 9…Financial Aid Available
Paul D. Camp Community College will begin a ‘compressed semester’ with 8-week courses beginning October 17and ending December 9. Nearly all classes in this period are available online.
“This approach with course offerings allows students to gain credits in a greatly reduced time frame. The cost is the same as those offered during a traditional semester; $396.45 for a 3-credit course and $132.15 for a one credit course,” says Dean of the Franklin Campus, Renee Felts.
Below are the classes available:
|CST 151 – Film Appreciation I online||Overby||3 credits|
|HLT 110 – Concepts of Personal and Community Health online||Bell||3 credits|
|MUS 225 – The History of Jazz online||Sitzler||3 credits|
|ITE 115 – Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts– online||Evans||3 credits|
|REG 200 – Survey of Old Testament online||J. Riddick||3 credits|
|PED 103- -Aerobic Fitness I online||Savage||1 credit|
|ECO 115- -Understanding our Environment: An Economic Introduction online||Fogarty||3 credits|
|GIS 101- Introduction to Geospatial Technology I– hybrid (part-class/part online)||Tureman||3 credits|
Exams for this set of 8-week courses will be held December 10. Students may apply and register online or at the admissions office at any of our locations. Franklin admissions number is (757) 569-6707 or Suffolk Admissions at (757) 925-6313.
The final day to register for this compressed session is October 19. Financial Aid is available to qualified new students. Currently enrolled students who are receiving financial aid should consult with Financial Aid before registering for a late-start class.