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Release date 08-29-13
KVCC offers Late-Start Option for fall semester
Fairfield, ME – Kennebec Valley Community College (KVCC) is offering a special 12-week session of academic courses beginning Sept. 23 and running until Dec. 14.
Approximately a dozen entry-level courses required by a wide range of college programs are being offered in this compact “Late-Start” schedule to new students and returning KVCC students not already registered for the regular Fall 2013 semester.
These general education courses can be applied not only toward KVCC degree programs, but transferred to other colleges and universities, and offer an ideal opportunity for students pursuing four-year degrees to earn credits toward those degrees while taking advantage of KVCC’s low tuition rate of $88 per credit hour.
“Many students today have jobs, families, and other responsibilities that limit their ability to pursue a college education,” said Karen Normandin, Dean of Students for the College. “The regular fall semester may start too early or run too long for them. By providing a series of commonly-required courses in a compact, convenient semester, KVCC hopes to give these students another option for beginning or continuing an education.”
The courses offered were chosen based on high demand and some are being provided online to increase the convenience for students.
To register for a course or for more information call (207) 453-5134.
Anyone wishing to speak with a KVCC advisor or with questions about the admission process may contact the Advising Center at 453-5082 or the Admissions Office at 453-5035.
Kennebec Valley Community College is one of seven community colleges in Maine. KVCC prepares full-time and part-time students to enter the job market, to transfer to colleges and universities, and to achieve their professional and personal goals. Programs and services support the economic growth of the community in response to changing needs.
In 2011 and again in 2012, KVCC was named one of the top community colleges in the nation by the Aspen Institute, placing in the top 10 percent of two-year colleges based on student success rates.