Meridian Star

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September 30, 2013

EMCC “intensive” registration open

MERIDIAN —     Registration is going on now for the Second Intensive Fall Semester at East Mississippi Community College. What is an intensive semester? For students with the discipline and the desire, it’s a way of taking college-credit classes over a shorter period of time, mid-October through mid-December. Financial aid and scholarships are still available.

    “Intensive ‘mini-terms’ are a great opportunity for our current students, or students from the local universities, to pick up a class and not fall behind,” said EMCC Recruiting Coordinator Michael Black. “It's a chance to get a class out of the way in, basically, eight weeks. And remember, our classes transfer anywhere."

    Here’s a look at the options for Intensive Semester students:

    On-campus classes: Traditional, on-campus classes begin Monday, Oct. 14. The deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 11. The last day of regular classes is Tuesday, Dec. 10. Final exams are Dec. 11-12. On-campus classes will be offered at the Golden Triangle and Scooba campuses, as well as the college’s extensions at Naval Air Station Meridian and Columbus Air Force Base.

    To learn which classes are available, at which locations, visit the homepage at www.eastms.edu and look for the intensive semester link.

    Online classes: eLearning/online classes begin Monday, Oct. 21. The deadline to register is Friday, Oct. 18. The last day of classes is Friday, Dec. 6. Proctored final exams are Dec. 9-12. Visit the homepage at www.eastms.edu to see which classes are available.

    If you have questions, or need more information, email answers@eastms.edu.

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