‘Make your summer count!’ Oakton summer class registration begins March 21
(March 12, 2018) Here’s three great reasons to take summer classes at Oakton Community College: Get ahead or catch up on Gen-Ed requirements, save time with seven- or eight-week classes and save money when compared to cost of classes at a four-year college. Registration for Oakton summer classes begins Wednesday, March 21.
“We hope students will make their summers count. Summer courses at Oakton put students on the fast track toward completion,” says Director of Student Recruitment & Outreach Michele Brown. “Tuition and fees are much lower than those at four-year universities, and enrolling for the summer allows students to achieve the same level of academic success at a fraction of the cost and in half the time.”
Eight-week courses begin Monday, June 4, and seven-week classes start Monday, June 11. Students may register up until the first day of a class if they meet the required prerequisite and placement requirements for the class and as long as space is available. Interim courses are also available at different times during the summer.
Summer class listings may be found online or in the “Summer 2018 Credit Class Schedule,” available at the Des Plaines and Skokie campuses. A schedule booklet will be sent to district residents in the coming weeks.
Students may apply and register online or in person at either campus in person, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday. Oakton is closed on Fridays and Saturdays during the summer. Those with a current application on file may register online at my.oakton.edu. Information about summer-only registration may be found online at www.oakton.edu/summer. Students seeking to begin their academic careers at Oakton should visit www.oakton.edu/apply.
For information about the enrollment process, contact Student Recruitment & Outreach at 847-635-1835. For more information about classes, contact Academic Advising at 847-635-1700 at the Des Plaines campus, 1600 E. Golf Road, or 847-635-1400 at the Skokie campus, 7701 N. Lincoln Avenue.