Article Posted -- November 29, 2016
For current, transfer, and prospective students who want to earn a “few credits” quickly, the winterim semester at Sussex County Community College makes total sense.
Taking a course or two in this shortened version of a semester can lighten the load down the line. It also allows students to take advantage of learning, while home from a four-year institution, at an affordable price. With a range of classes, this two and a half week semester, which runs from Jan. 3 to Jan. 19 this year, is perfect for full and part-time students.
Registration opens to the community on Monday, November 28 for both the winterim semester and the spring 2017 semester as well. New, and transfer students are invited to register at that time. Prospective and visiting students can apply online, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The spring semester begins on January 23 and runs through mid-May. Registration for both of these semesters continue until the start of classes, but early registration is encouraged as classes tend to fill up quickly.
For a list of course options, and the winter and spring academic calendars, please visit sussex.edu.
College counselors are available to help students through the registration process. The Student Advising and Counseling Center is open Monday through Friday at 8 a.m. and they can be reached at 973-300-2207.
SCCC also offers Transfer Agreements with many four-year colleges and universities which allows students to transition easily to their bachelor’s degree program of choice after receiving their two-year degree as long as all requirements are met.
To get started today, apply online at sussex.edu or call the Admissions Office at 973.300.2223.