Is Electrical Engineering Technology the right program for you? If so, what classes should you sign up for this fall? Meet in person with a faculty advisor to help you get your schedule together in the Advising Center starting May 17.
Beaufort County Community College will offer in-person advising for new and returning students in the Advising Center starting May 17 in Building 9, Room 937. The Advising Center will be open Monday-Thursday from 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. with two faculty advisors to provide the academic information to students and register them for the Summer or Fall 2021 semesters. Walk-ins are welcome. Students can also meet with Admissions and Financial Aid staff while in Building 9. Everyone is required to wear masks inside of buildings. Advisors are also available by phone at 252-940-6353, email at email@example.com, or Microsoft Teams starting May 17. The Live Chat feature (www.beaufortccc.edu/ssonline) is ideal for students who need assistance before May 17.
Summer classes will start on May 18. Students can take 8-week or 5-week classes. The college offers classes that are ideal for students catching up on classes or getting ahead either at Beaufort or at a university they are attending. Classes such as BIO 112, CHM 252, ENG 112, HUM 122, PSY 281, REL 110 and SOC 110 are just a few of the classes that university students can take for transfer.
All campus offices are open for in-person assistance. Students can stop by to check out the bookstore, pay for classes in person, use the library, speak with the Financial Aid Office or apply for admission.
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