Hartford, Conn. (November 22, 2019) – Students from throughout the greater Hartford area can now register for a wide variety of classes offered by Capital Community College for the winter and spring semesters.
Capital’s three-week accelerated term starts December 26 and ends on January 17. Weekday courses, offered both online and on-campus, are only $641 for three credits. They can be applied toward a degree at Capital, or transferred to another school. Courses are available in a variety of disciplines, including art, biology, business, communications, computer science, history, math, music, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology and Spanish. Students can find out more at www.capitalcc.edu/winter. Students who wish to transfer credits earned at Capital back to their home school are encouraged to check with their advisor before registering.
Spring semester registration is also open; classes begin on January 22. New and transfer students may apply now at following www.capitalcc.edu/student-services/admissions/, the college’s student information portal. Prospective students can also schedule a campus tour by going to www.capitalcc.edu/student-services/admissions/register-for-a-campus-tour/. Capital’s 60 academic programs prepare students for associate degrees, certificates and transfer, while meeting Connecticut’s workforce needs.
Students who may be seeking financial aid can attend a Financial Aid Workshop at the college during the month of December. For additional information, view walk-in hours or make an appointment, go to www.capitalcc.edu/student-services/financial-aid/.
Continuing students, or those who may have stopped out for a semester or two, are encouraged to register for classes early, to ensure they get the courses they need to stay on their educational track.
About Capital Community College
Capital Community College is an urban, two-year institution enrolling more than 3,000 students in Connecticut’s capital city. The college offers 60 academic programs in accredited studies preparing students for associate degrees, certificates and transfer, while its non-credit offerings prepare students for the immediate needs of the Connecticut workforce. It is one of New England’s most diverse campuses with a 67 percent minority enrollment and was the first college in Connecticut to be designated a Hispanic-Serving Institution. The Capital Community College experience revolves around its historic eleven-story, Art Deco building in the heart of downtown Hartford, which offers unprecedented access to the city’s cultural and employment offerings.