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Summer session launches at the San Diego Community College District

June 8, 2017
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San Diego Community College District

Summer session under way at the San Diego Community College District.  

The first of several sessions for students to choose from began Monday, June 5. Summer options include four-week, five-week, six-week, and eight-week courses, with classes beginning as late as July 10. City, Mesa, and Miramar colleges are offering a total of more than 1,700 course sections in all, a 13 percent increase over last summer. San Diego Continuing Education is offering 1,871 noncredit course sections.

This summer’s selections, which are available both online and in-person, are the most ever offered by the SDCCD. They include an array of high-demand courses needed to fulfill graduation requirements, classes to help students learn new job skills, or others that meet requirements for transfer to four-year institutions. Space is still available in many classes that begin June 19. 

“The district has made summer a high priority because of its importance to student completion and success,” said SDCCD Chancellor Constance Carroll. “Summer is also a key part of our enrollment strategy which ensures the district is able to continue to grow and meet local student demand.”

Classes are just $46 a unit for California residents.

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