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Registration begins for winter session classes

Posted on: Nov 19, 2014 1:00:00 AM
In: Cuyamaca, Grossmont
Contact: Della Elliott (619) 644-7690

Registration has begun for winter session – or intersession – classes at Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges that start Jan. 5. Registration has also begun for spring 2015 classes, which start Jan 26, 2015.

The colleges will offer nearly 70 intersession classes between Jan. 5-24, about 20 more than a year ago, when the courses returned after a four-year hiatus due to severe budget cuts. 

Intersession classes, while intensive, are a quick way to earn up to three college credits in just three weeks.  Most classes meet 31/2 hours a day, five days a week and others are offered online. They also provide a great way to get ahead by satisfying prerequisites.

The classes are identical to regular semester-length classes and the units are transferable to most four-year universities, including San Diego State University and University of California, San Diego.  At $46 a unit, California community college courses are an affordable way to obtain a college degree. Visit either college’s financial aid website for information on applying for financial aid.

Cuyamaca College courses include:

Grossmont College courses include:

  • Art 100 – Art Appreciation
  • Child Development 125: Child Growth and Development
  • Communication 120: Interpersonal Communication
  • Counseling 120: College and Career Success
  • Exercise Science 248: Conditioning for Athletes
  • Health Education  105: Health Education for Teachers
  • History 100: Early World History
  • Political Science 121: Introduction to U.S. Government and Politics
  • Psychology 120: Introduction to Psychology
  • Anthropology 120: Cultural Anthropology
  • AOJ 110: Intro. To Administration of Justice
  • Comm. 120: Interpersonal Communications
  • Comm. 122: Public Speaking
  • Economics 110: Economic Issues and Policies
  • Economics 120: Principles of Macroeconomics
  • English 061-064: Writing Skills 1, II, III, IV
  • History108: Early American History

Apply online for Cuyamaca College or Grossmont College, and allow one or two business days for the application to be processed. Then go to  to activate your student WebAdvisor account and register online for classes. Check out the Video Tutorial.

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