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Get ahead with summer classes at Schoolcraft College

 

Spring 15-week and 7-week Sessions
Start Monday, May 11, 2015

Summer 7-week Sessions  
Start Monday, July 6, 2015

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We make Guest Student Registration & Transfer of Credits easy.

1. Apply.
Apply online to Schoolcraft College. Select Guest as your student category. 
Complete a Michigan Uniform Guest Application submit it to the SC Admissions Office.

 

2. Register.
Register online or in person for the class(es) you want.
Call the Answer Center  (734-462-4426) if you have questions. 

3. Transfer credits back. 
Request an official transcript be sent to your home institution when your classes are done.
Consult with your home institution to ensure transferability of courses. 


Do the math.

With Schoolcraft's affordable tuition rate of $93 per credit hour for in-district residents ($135 for out-of-district) you can save some of your hard-earned cash and save yourself some time toward completing your degree. We are offering basic math, business math, pre-algebra, algebra, intermediate algebra, trig, statistics and precalc this summer along with a wide array of accounting and business courses. 

Read between the lines.

If you take a couple of classes this summer, you can save yourself lots of time. First, you may find you are able to complete your degree on-time or ahead of schedule by getting some extra credits under your belt. Second, maybe with credits earned during the seven-week session you can lower your course-load during the fall or winter semester at your home institution. What could you do with those extra hours? Work a part-time job and pocket some cash? Get more involved in student activities on campus?

It's not rocket science.

A summer course can be a great way to bolster your knowledge in a particular subject area or get you geared up and ready for the fall semester at your home institution. Schoolcraft College's state-of-the-art labs, excellent faculty and small class sizes can make the seven-week investment in a biology, anatomy and physiology, chemistry or other science class well worth it. 

Historically speaking...

Nearly every college degree requires a certain number of liberal arts courses that provide students with the opportunity to broaden their exposure to a wide range of topics. Schoolcraft College offers several interesting courses during the seven-week summer session that can help you meet your humanities or other liberal arts requirements such as art and music, world history, anthropology or American history, just to name a few.


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Credit Courses

Use WebAdvisor to register online for credit courses. Learn more about WebAdvisor here.

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