Tunxis Community College is offering accelerated credit courses during a Winter Session which runs December 28-January 13.
Registration is currently under way and will be accepted through Dec. 28, prior to the student’s first scheduled class.
Three-credit courses meet Monday through Friday during the three weeks at a very accelerated pace. There are no classes Dec. 31 & Jan. 1.
New students can enroll by mail, fax, or in person. Records Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and Friday 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; closed Dec. 25. For information on how to apply and register, contact the Records Office at 860.773.1440 or email@example.com.
Students who attend other colleges may enroll in courses at Tunxis and transfer the credits earned during the winter to their baccalaureate or associate degree programs. Students who plan to do this should have the Tunxis courses approved by their home institution before they register to assure transfer of credits.
Accounting, art appreciation, art history, communication, dental assisting, dental hygiene, economics, finance, U.S. history, mathematics, music history & appreciation, public speaking, and intermediate Spanish are among the courses offered. Visit tunxis.edu/credit-schedule to view all courses.
From fine arts, health, and technology to liberal arts & sciences programs, Tunxis offers close to 60 associate’s degrees and certificates, providing critical thinking and problem-solving skills that prepare students for transfer to bachelor’s degree programs and employment in areas with industry need.
For more information on Tunxis programs, call 860.773.1300, or visit the website at tunxis.edu. Tunxis is located at the junction of Routes 6 and 177 in Farmington.
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