12-Week Late-Start Classes Begin Sept. 18

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WINTERVILLE—A new round of late-start classes begins Monday at Pitt Community College, giving current and prospective students a chance to earn college credits in just 12 weeks.

Though the selection of classes is wide-ranging, they all require an extra measure of self-motivation and diligence for success, due to their shorter timeframe. While some courses are specific to associate degree curricula, others can be transferred to many of North Carolina’s public and private four-year institutions.

After Monday’s classes get underway, Pitt’s next round of late-start courses won’t begin until Oct. 18. They’ll run for eight weeks and end Dec. 15, just like all of the other late-start classes the college is offering this fall.

To enroll in late-start classes at PCC, new students must complete an admissions application and submit copies of their official high school transcripts to the Registrar’s Office. Current students may register from an approved student education plan or by contacting their academic advisors.

More details and a list of late-start classes Pitt is offering this semester are available online.