More than 300 students have signed up for the 2013-2014 Winter Intersession, the 10-session term that started December 18 and runs through January 6. That’s up from the close to 200 students who had signed up last year.
“This is a great opportunity to work toward our institutional goal of graduating within three years by enrolling in one of the General Education courses offered,” said Professor Emeritus Donald Yee, Coordinator of the Winter Intersession.
There are 18 courses in a wide range of disciplines offered. Each 3 credit course completed counts as part of a student’s regular Spring 2014 schedule; if a student takes nine or more additional credits in Spring 2014, he/she will be considered a full-time student. All classes are held in the Center for Technology in Newark.