GCC Offers Late-Start Accelerated Courses for Spring 2019

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
 
Students considering enrolling in college courses are now able to choose from among 64 late-start, accelerated courses offered at Gateway Community College (GCC). 
 
The late-start classes will begin on Feb. 7 and run through May 18, providing students the option of an accelerated pace and the same number of credits they would earn in traditional courses.  Students can complete pre-requisites, general education requirements, or move along with degree-specific coursework. 
 
Diverse offerings include art, biology, business, communication, computer science, criminal justice, early childhood education, economics, English, math, music, psychology, and sociology.  Online courses are also available.  Details can be found at Gatewayct.edu/Late-Start. To see a list of courses, go to Gatewayct.edu, click on course search, select the “Spring Term 2019” term, “Gateway CC” and “Get Courses.”
 
Registration is available from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 Monday through Friday.  The Registrar’s office is open from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. on January 23, 24, 28, 29 and 30.  Financial aid and payment plans are offered to qualifying students.   
 
Currently the largest of Connecticut’s state community colleges, GCC serves the residents and businesses of the Greater New Haven region with innovative educational programming and relevant social and cultural opportunities.  Individuals can choose from over 90 accredited degree and certificate programs.  The college awards associate degrees and certificates in academic programs that transfer to four-year universities, along with career-track programs in engineering and automotive technologies, technical studies, health care, and business. 
 
GCC is located at 20 Church Street in downtown New Haven.  Free parking is provided at the Gateway Garage and the Temple Street Garage.  GCC is also within walking distance of Union Station.
For more information, visit the Admissions office in Room N207 (second floor of the North Building) or call (203) 285-2010.