Meridian Community College’s Maymester, a mini-term during the break between spring finals and summer classes, will offer more than 20 courses, said Marie Roberts, director of the College’s e-Learning.
“The Maymester term offers a unique opportunity to complete a college course in just three short weeks giving students the chance to enjoy summer while getting or staying ahead of their educational goals,” Roberts said. Registration for the term is currently underway.
This year’s Maymester is set for May 13-31 and will feature online classes delivered through the College’s Canvas learning management system. “Students should have reliable access to the internet and plan to complete work three to four times each week to progress in Maymester courses,” Roberts noted.
Students enrolled at other colleges and universities can complete a course during Maymester and transfer back eligible coursework to their home institution.
To apply for admission to MCC for Summer 2019, students should complete an application for admission, submit test scores and submit official transcripts, including colleges and universities previously attended and/or currently attending, to MCC’s Office of Admissions.
The Maymester courses offered include Principles of Biology I, Principles of Biology I Lab, Anatomy and Physiology Lab II, Anatomy and Physiology II, Nutrition, Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology Lab I, Survey of Chemistry with Lab, English Composition I, English Composition II, American Literature II, Human Growth and Development, World Civilization II, Personal/Community Health, Health Concepts, Physical Education/Elementary School, First Aid/CPR, Introduction to Kinesiology, Athletic Training Term, Recreational Leadership; Preventative Care Athletic Injuries, College Study Skills, College Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics and General Psychology.