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April 21, 2021

RCCC offers mini-semester

SALISBURY ó Rowan-Cabarrus Community College will offer an eight-week, fall mini-semester beginning Monday. Morning, afternoon and evening courses are offered in addition to online Internet-based courses.
ěThe great thing about the mini-semester is that it gives students the opportunity to earn full course credits in half the time,î said Dr. Carol S. Spalding, president of Rowan-Cabarrus.
The mini-semester will include such courses as: business law, business communication, AC circuit analysis, Spanish for the workplace; Internet/Web fundamentals, forensic psychology, professional research and reporting; introduction to computers, Linux/Unix administration, routing basics, expository writing, introduction to sociology.
Classes are intensive and offer the opportunity to complete the courses in a compressed amount of time. Classes will meet one to three times a week at either the North or South Campus or the Cabarrus Business and Technology Center. Classes will conclude Dec. 14.
The college will hold mini-semester registration on Thursday from 9-10 a.m. and 5-6 p.m., at Student Services on both North and South Campuses. Please be sure to complete an application (http://www.rccc.edu/onestop/622/apply-to-the-college/) and perform placement testing at least two days prior to registration.
Additionally, financial aid assistance through the federal government takes time to process, so please act as soon as possible if youíre planning to utilize this assistance. For complete details, see the Rowan-Cabarrus website at http://www.rccc. edu/recordsregistration/ or stop in to Student Services.

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