A part of the Spring Semester, Winter Intersession is a condensed course schedule of 3 credits, primarily general education classes. A Winter Intersession course will allow you to satisfy requirements for your degree and will help you spring forward to graduation.
Students can register for two (2) 3.0 credit courses during Winter Intersession. There are 10 session of classes which are condensed and taught in 4 hour class blocks.
ONLINE Registration: November 6 – December 17 (opens at 12 noon on November 6)
IN-PERSON Registration: December 15 – 17 (9am – 4pm)
|CRS||CRS #||CRS TITLE||DAYS||BEG||END||RM|
|BUS-201||38170||Principles of Management||MTWRF||5:30pm||9:30pm||T103|
|CIS-131||38152||Micro Computers in Business||MTWRF||9:00am||1:00pm||T211|
|CSC-100||39060||Fundamental of Computer Science||MTWRF||1:15pm||5:15pm||T211|
|CSS-101||39056||College Success Seminar||MTWRF||9:00am||1:00pm||T206|
|CSS-101||39058||College Success Seminar||MTWRF||1:15pm||5:15pm||T206|
|ECO-101||38652||Principles of Economics I||MTWRF||5:30pm||9:30pm||T122|
|EDU-101||39064||Introduction to Education||MTWRF||5:30pm||9:30pm||203|
|ENG-101||38070||College Composition I||MTWRF||9:00am||1:00pm||T103|
|ENG-102||38165||College Composition II||MTWRF||1:15pm||5:15pm||T212|
|ENG-205||39065||Western Literacy Tradition||MTWRF||9:00am||1:00pm||204|
|ENG-215||39067||Modern Literary Masterpieces||MTWRF||1:15pm||5:15pm||204|
|ENG-215||39068||Modern Literary Masterpieces||MTWRF||5:30pm||9:30pm||204|
|ENR-100||39069||Intro to Eng Tech and Sciences||MTWRF||9:00am||1:00pm||T105|
|HST-101||38153||World Civilization I||MTWRF||1:15pm||5:15pm||T104|
|HST-102||38160||World Civilization II||MTWRF||5:30pm||9:30pm||T104|
|PLS-202||39059||Adv. Legal Research & Writing||MTWRF||5:30pm||9:30pm||T206|
|PSY-101||39062||General Psychology I||MTWRF||9:00am||1:00pm||203|
|SOC-101||38650||Introduction to Sociology||MTWRF||1:15pm||5:15pm||T122|
|SPN-101||38121||Elementary Spanish I||MTWRF||1:15pm||5:15pm||T203|
|Spring 2015 Winter Intersession – Web Services|
What is Winter Intersession?
What courses are offered and when will courses be held?
Who can register for Intersession classes? What about “pre-requisites” for a course?
Who might benefit from taking a Winter Intersession course?
Is there a maximum amount of credits I can take during Winter Intersession?
I’ve never taken a Winter Intersession course, what can I expect?
Winter Intersession classes are being offered weekdays from December 17 – January 5 in ten (10) class sessions of 4-hour time blocks for each session. The classes are offered in the morning, afternoon or evening. It is important that students attend ALL classes. Because of the condensed schedule, missing one class is equivalent to missing almost two weeks of a regular fall/spring semester class. To support your success in the class, a computer lab will be open in the CFT building every day classes are in session.
What do I do if there is a hold/restriction on my record?
Where and When can I register?
How much will the courses cost?
Once I register, when do I have to pay for the Winter Intersession courses?
PAYMENTS ARE DUE BY DECEMBER 17, 2014.
Can a student receive financial aid for Winter Intersession?
What can I do if I don’t have financial aid available for Winter Intersession?
Students must complete and file a FAFSA at fafsa.gov to be considered for aid. If you have not filed your FAFSA, you must do so immediately, but, be prepared to pay your own tuition and fees. Remember, you must be registered for both the Winter Intersession and the Spring 2015 Semester in order to qualify for financial aid for the Winter Intersession. Three to five (3-5) days after you file your FAFSA, you must go to myecc.essex.edu to check to see if your file is complete. If you have been required to submit documents to the Office of Financial Aid, you must submit all missing information immediately. You must allow 6-8 weeks processing time for the office to determine your eligibility status.
Will I be eligible for a Book Voucher?
Where can I get my Book Voucher?
Will the bookstore be open? When can I get my books for winter classes?
How is my aid affected if I decide not to attend the Winter Intersession after I register?
Can I audit a course during Winter Session?
If I register and decide not to attend courses for Winter Intersession, what should I do?
Will I receive a refund if I decide to drop or withdraw from Winter Intersession?
When is the last day to Withdraw from a Winter Intersession course?
Will an Intersession class count toward my degree?
When will my grade be posted?