Cape Fear Community College has some good news for both procrastinators and ambitious college students. While most students registered for classes back in January, CFCC has just added dozens of additional classes for a special spring mini-session which starts next month.
CFCC’s eight-week mini-session begins on March 4 and runs through May 6. The classes offer full college credit, but are designed to be completed in an accelerated time frame. The majority of these classes will be offered online, but also include a few hybrid classes which meet both online and in a traditional classroom setting.
The college chose to offer the additional courses based on student demand.
“Each semester certain classes sell out, so the mini-session is an opportunity for students to get a second chance of getting the courses they need to graduate on time,” said CFCC vice president of instruction Dr. Amanda Lee.
CFCC’s mini-session courses include expository writing, algebra/trigonometry, general psychology, PC literacy, American History and other college transfer-related courses.
Registration for mini-session classes must be completed by March 3. Payment is due at the time of registration. Financial aid is available for qualified applicants. New students must apply and complete the college application process before they can register. Current CFCC students can register using their WebAdvisor account.