CCAC Allegheny Campus to offer intersession classes for students during the winter break
PITTSBURGH—The Community College of Allegheny County’s Allegheny Campus will offer winter intersession courses from December 17, 2019, to January 10, 2020. Intersession courses provide current and new students as well as veterans an opportunity to get a jump-start on the next semester. The four-week courses between the fall and spring semesters may help students to stay on track with their goals by enabling them to take foundation classes that apply to many degrees.
Both hybrid (60 percent in-person/40 percent online) and traditional (100 percent in-person) classes are available. The classes are ideal for any student looking to complete additional coursework or who wants to stay focused and organized during the winter break. Additionally, class sizes are small, offering more individualized attention.
Hybrid classes offered include Introduction to Business; Financial Accounting; English Composition 1; English Composition 2; Introduction to Psychology; and Introduction to Sociology. Traditional classes offered include Oral Communication and Life Science.
Interested individuals can use one of the following options to get started:
- Call Academic Advising at 412.237.2744.
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Visit the Academic Advising Office in the Foerster Student Services Center located on Ridge Avenue or the Advising Center on any CCAC campus.
Please note: Classes will not meet on campus from December 23 through January 1. Eligibility for Veterans Administration education benefits is determined solely by the VA and the Department of Defense.