SCCC opens registration for winter classes


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Registration for the Winterim session at Sussex County Community College is under way for new and returning students.

The Winterim semester, which runs from Jan. 2 through Jan. 19, is a great way for new, visiting or current SCCC students to get ahead. Students can take a course or two and earn college credits in just a few short weeks. There is a significant cost savings for visiting students who are attending a four-year college.

Seats are available for both in-person and online Winterim classes. Some courses being offered include: Anthropology, Computer Concepts and Applications, English Composition I and II, Macro and Microeconomics, Psychology, and Sociology among others. For a full listing visit sussex.edu/winter.

Registration for the Winterim session will continue until classes begin on Jan. 2. Most 3-credit classes during this condensed semester run Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to Noon.

Prospective students should call or visit the SCCC Admissions Office at (973) 300-2223 and current students can register online.



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