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Fall and Winter Classes

Enrollment is available to students currently studying at CVCC and those enrolled at other schools. Students may enroll in the traditional 16 week semester, Flex Start or Winter Intersession (4 week intensive online courses during December.)

Fall Semester and Winter Intersession

Fall Semester and Winter Intersession

2017 Winter Intersession (December 5 to January 3): ACA 122, ACC 150, BUS 115, CTS 130, ECO 251 and MUS 110.

CVCC is pleased to offer currently enrolled and visiting students the following options for Fall enrollment:

  1. Regular Fall Semester: August 14, 2017 – December 13, 2017
  2. Flex Start: Classes are 14, 12, 10 and 8 weeks in length and begin in late August, September, or October
  3. Winter Intersession: December 5 – January 3, 2018 (4 week online intensive courses)
    (Winter Intersession Application deadline for new students is Monday, November 27, 2017)

» Fall ’17 and Winter Course Schedule

» Registration Quick Facts

Consult the College Catalog for course descriptions and prerequisites.

Current CVCC Students:

If you were enrolled at CVCC in the Fall 2016, Spring 2017, or Summer 2017 term(s), you may visit the Advising Center (located on the lower level of Student Services building) for information.

Students who are new to CVCC or returning after a year long absence:

» How to apply and enroll for the Fall Semester

» How to apply and enroll if you are taking classes at another college/university and wish to be a non-degree seeking “visiting” student at CVCC


Frequently Asked Questions:

» Frequently Asked Question (FAQ)

» Winter Intersession Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Note About Online Math Class Tests:

Online math classes require students to have the midterm and final exams proctored. There are two ways to do this:

  1. Students may come to CVCC's campus with photo ID to take the exams; OR
  2. Students may opt to take proctored exams at another college or university Testing Center.

Some Testing Centers charge a fee for test proctoring. The midterm and final exam dates are published on the Semester Schedule.