There’s Still Time to Register for HCC Spring Semester

There’s still time to register for Spring semester classes at Housatonic Community College.

BRIDGEPORT – There’s still time to register for Spring semester classes at Housatonic Community College.

Students who wish to attend may register by fax, mail, or by dropping off  a registration form and payment information in the drop box in the Lafayette Hall Atrium through Jan. 11, online at www.hcc.commnet.edu through Jan. 28, or in person (Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.) in the Registrar’s Office, Room B109, in Lafayette Hall through Jan. 18.. Also, students can also register during an extended registration session Wednesday, Jan. 9, 10 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. in the Registrar’s Office.

In addition, late registration sessions will be held Tuesday, Jan. 22 and Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., in the HCC Atrium. A special registration session for senior citizens and high school partnership students will be held Thursday, Jan. 24, 10 a.m. – Noon.  Classes start Friday, Jan. 25.

For more information, contact Admissions at 203-332-5100 or the Registrar’s Office at 203-332-5088.

HCC is located at 900 Lafayette Blvd. in Downtown Bridgeport, less than 150 yards off I-95 (Exit 27) and Rte. 8 (Exit 1), a block from the Harbor Yard sports complex.

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Jan Schaeffler January 10, 2013 at 05:03 PM
MAT 167 Principles of Statistics courses offered in the evenings at 6:30 pm. Tuesday/Thursday (CRN 1651) or Monday/Wednesday (CRN 1647). Free study group starts at 5:30 pm before every class. Having trouble getting registered for this course? Call 203-332-5220 or email jschaeffler@hcc.commnet.edu and I'll help.
Kirk T. Hughes January 10, 2013 at 06:17 PM
NEW English Course: English 101 with Workshop w/ Kirk T. Hughes An intensive college composition class designed for the writing-phobic, been out of school for a while, always hated English class---but know I need to write better crowd. Meets Monday/Wednesday afternoons 2:00-4:30 E101-39 crn 1413 E101W-01 crn 1842 (Yup, you have to sign up for both the class and the workshop/lab) E-mail Professor Hughes, with questions, queries, concerns KHughes@hcc.commnet.edu
Susan Bretthauer January 14, 2013 at 01:57 PM
Spring 2013 NEW OFFERING -- Police Organization & Administration (1202 CJS E250). This course hasn't been offered in the last couple of years. How and why are Police Departments set up and run as they are. This course will teach you just how and why Police Departments do what they do from the Administrative perspective. We all "know" but this course will help answer some of the why's you may have. As the Instructor, I have 34 years of experience, rising up through the ranks to Assistant Chief of Police. There is book learning and practical application, I will include both. Sign-up and let's learn together!! Class is Tues/Thurs 5 - 6:20pm. My e-mail is sbretthauer@hcc.commnet.edu. Looking forward to seeing you in class.
Alan Weaver January 14, 2013 at 07:31 PM
I'm an adjunct who teaches Computer applications - for those of you who wish to improve your skills on the PC, I also have a 5 week Saturday class: Introduction to MS Office (Windows, Word, Excel & PowerPoint): For those of you who are beginners and new to the computer or are planning to return to the workforce, this introductory course provides a quick overview to the applications in this office suite. If you are experienced with the program you will receive comprehensive exposure to the updated 2010 version. Get a flavor of each program so you can continue with additional Microsoft courses. In Word, we cover the basics of creating, naming, editing and printing documents. We will do basic formatting, set margins, learn how to cut/copy/paste. In Excel, we will create a spreadsheet with formulas and graph it. In Power Point, you will use your presentations skills to create a slide show. We will also wrap this class up in showing you how to integrate the packages together and we will have a discussion on file management in keeping yourself organized! Students must provide their own data storage (flash drive which is preferred or floppy disk) 5 sessions Saturday 9 - 1 pm January 26 - February 23 Call 203 332-5057 to register contact instructor Alan Weaver aweaver@hcc.commnet.edu for more info
Judi January 14, 2013 at 11:45 PM
ANT101 on Tuesdays and Thursday at 6:30, and ANT105 (Cultural Anthropology) online. The Intro (on-ground) class is full of discussion, about culture and includes some physical anthro as well (as it relates to hominids). Cultural Anthro, online, includes lots of discussion as well as a project that will include what some call America's favorite sport - people watching! Judith Rozarie jrozarie@hcc.commnet.edu for more information.
Barbara Oleynick January 15, 2013 at 07:37 PM
Barbara Get your core courses out of the way this semester!! English 101 (Wednesdays) and English 102 (Mondays) offered right here in Milford at Jonathan Law High School! (HCC satellite site) Classes meet once a week from 7 pm to 9:45 pm. Check me out on http://blog.ratemyprofessors.com/ My classes fill up so sign up today! Contact me at boleynick@hcc.commnet.edu Thanks, Barbara Oleynick
Geoffrey Sheehan January 17, 2013 at 06:18 PM
Lots of folks don't know that HCC offers fantastic theater courses for students of all capabilities and experience: from the beginner to the aspiring professsional, for on stage and back stage, all are welcome. Spring 2013 offers courses in Stagecraft, Intro to Theater, Directing, Modern Dance, Acting, and a Theater Arts Practicum Course in which students perform a full-length, fully produced play! Contact Professor Geoffrey Sheehan for info and question answering: gsheehan@hcc.commnet.edu.
Kevin Boylan January 22, 2013 at 06:52 PM
Professor Kevin Boylan Spring 2013 - My VIETNAM WAR special topics history class (HIS 298) meets once a week on Wednesday night at 6:30 PM. It covers both the war that was fought in Vietnam and ended in 1975, and the war that was fought here in the U.S.A. - and is still going on. Thus, in addition to analyzing the war's major battles and campaigns, the course also places Vietnam within the larger context of Cold War America and the turbulent 1960s. Vietnam veterans are welcome to attend and the course syllabus sets aside time for students who personally witnessed either the war at home or in Southeast Asia to educate their classmates about their experiences.


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