There is still time to enroll in Central Maine Community College’s special “delayed-start” fall term, with more than ten classes beginning September 25 and ending December 16. This special fall term is advantageous for students who were unable start classes on August 28 or could not complete their admission application by the start of the regular semester.
Several classes will meet twice a week on campus and others will be online. The following courses are among those being offered on campus during this special 12-week term: Understanding Business; U.S. History to 1877; College Writing; and Introduction to Psychology. Online courses include Introduction to Sociology; Developmental Psychology; Principles of Marketing; and Sports Management.
Students at CMCC enjoy very affordable tuition, financial aid, advising, learning assistance, and a variety of student services and activities. The College offers over 41 degrees, certificates and advanced certificates in programs such as business administration, computer technology, criminal justice, medical assisting, precision machining, and general studies.
Anyone interested in more information about this special fall semester option is encouraged to contact the Office of Admissions at (207)755-5273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo Caption: Students relaxing on the campus of Central Maine Community College. The college is offering a “delayed-start” fall term with classes starting September 25.