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Registration for spring semester mini-session courses in progress at BCC


Source Date: February 21, 2013



Registration for spring 2013 mini-session courses is in progress at Bladen Community College. These courses enable new and former students to enroll at the college at the midpoint in the semester, and for currently enrolled students to take additional classes they may need in their discipline.

The accelerated classes begin on March 11 and enable students to complete these courses in just eight weeks. The classes are slated to end on May 7. Currently enrolled and prospective students may enroll in the courses on a first come, first served basis until March 11 or whenever a class is full.

According to Associate Vice President for Student Services Barry Priest, the mini-session courses are included in the semester schedule to enable students to enroll later if they are unable to enroll at the beginning of the semester and to help current students who need an additional class or classes.

"It is our desire to provide options that will enable our residents to meet their educational objectives," said Priest. "We believe that providing these shorter mini-session courses will help achieve that goal."

The following courses are available in the mini-session: four sections of Success and Study Skills, one section each of College Transfer Success, Art Appreciation, Professional Research & Reporting, Critical Thinking, Machine Processes 1 (the first section of the new Machining Certificate program), and Life Span Development.

Most of the courses will be taught in online format, which will make it easier to fit into a work schedule.

For more information on enrolling in mini-session courses, call 910.879.5500 and ask to speak to a counselor or go by the counseling department in Building 2 on the BCC Campus.



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