Weekend College is a new initiative at Pitt Community College. The intent is to provide an array of courses and programs that provide an alternative for people who work or have other commitments and who are unable to attend academic courses that are offered at traditional times during the week.
This format is a means by which these students may earn an associate degree, update or gain skills needed for professional advancement, prepare for career change, or pursue personal interests. Weekend College offers working adults an opportunity to study with people who have similar interests and lifestyles and who are equally motivated to pursue their education.
Students are now able to obtain and complete certifications and degrees on the weekend. Scheduling may be done through programs available at non-traditional hours and in flexible learning formats. The Weekend College curriculum provides individuals with a variety of courses and programs in flexible learning formats that meet the needs of the growing student population.
Friday: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 2:00pm – 5:00pm
Current Class Offerings
Open computer lab
. . . beginning Saturday, January 19th, from 10-3 in R.L. Humber-112.
Class Delivery Methods
T: Traditional classes - Students meet with their class in a traditional face to face classroom.
WB: Web Based/Web Supported - Classes meet face to face like the Traditional classes, but use the internet for some assignments and instruction.
HY: Hybrid classes - Course where the primary delivery is on-line with a requirement that students also meet in traditional face-to-face sessions as determined appropriate by the college.