It’s Not too Late to Go Back to School This Fall – CVCC Offers Term II Courses
PHENIX CITY, AL —If you missed registering for fall classes, there’s still time. Chattahoochee Valley Community College (CVCC) offers term II or mini-term courses.
“The mini-term is designed for students to complete coursework in a shorter period of time, eight weeks,” said Dr. Tim Harrison, Dean of Student and Administrative Services. “You may enroll in as many as 12 credit hours. Registration is going on now.”
“These shorter, more intense sessions are ideal for students for a variety of reasons,” said Dr. Chantae Calhoun, Dean of Instruction. “Whether a student needs to take a prerequisite for a course needed in an upcoming semester, or wants to take a course for advancement closer to degree completion, term II is a good option.”
Classes include Criminal Justice, English Composition, Business Management, Safety and First Aid and United States History, just to name a few. Current and potential students may schedule a virtual appointment for registration by calling Amanda Gamble at 334-291-4998 or emailing her at Amanda.email@example.com.
Visit the College’s website at CV.EDU for more information. CVCC is also assisting students with applying for financial aid.
Term II classes begin October 12. If financial aid is needed, students should allow five to seven business days to process the paperwork.