College Level Learning for High School Students

College Level Learning Opportunities: SPRING 2017 NOW AVAILABLE

To find the best pathway for you, explore the options below:

What are college level learning opportunities?

College Level Learning opportunities for High School students includes any and all resources available for high school students to earn some version of post-secondary educational attainment.  These resources include career pathway certifications, duel enrollment, Advanced Placement, Early College and many more.  College for ME-Androscoggin supports and promotes all pathways of college level learning available for high school students in Androscoggin County.

Through College for ME – Androscoggin, Guidance Counselors, faculty, students and parents  will be able to identify the various college level learning resources available, assess the best pathway for a student and then guide them in utilizing that pathway. Providers of those pathways will be able to share the details of their resources directly with one entity, College for ME- Androscoggin, and we will promote those pathways equitably.  Our goal is to provide an efficient and effective tool so more students can take advantage of these opportunities.

College for ME – Androscoggin will include a FERPA release form on our website that will allow us to measure impact.

What is FERPA?

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Buckley Amendment) prohibits access to, or release of, educational records or personally identifiable information contained in such records without the written consent of the student.  The information will be treated as confidential and used for research purposes only.

Central Maine Community College On Course

On Campus Learning  Opportunities

Subject CourseNumber Section Description Credits Prerequisite Day Time Location
ASL 101 21 American Sign Language 3 Tu 6-8:55 Lapointe 216
ASL 102 21 American Sign Language 2 3 ASL 101 Th 6-8:55 Lapointe 216
AST 101 21 Introduction to Astronomy 3 W 6-8:55 Jalbert 513
AST 101 22 Introduction to Astronomy 3 W 6-8:55 Tower 303
BIO 101 21 Intro General Biology 3 Tu 6-8:55 Kirk 231
BIO 102 8 Intro General Biology Lab 1 Th 4-5:55 Kirk 220
BIO 117 21 Anatomy & Physiology II 3 M 6-8:55 Jalbert 113
BIO 118 4 Anatomy & Physiology II LAB 3 W 4-5:55 Life Sciences 224
BIO 118 21 Anatomy & Physiology II LAB 3 W 6-7:55 Life Sciences 224
BUS 100 4 Understanding Business 3 T/Th 3:30-4:55 Tower 303
BUS 100 21 A Understanding Business 3 M 6-8:55 Tower 303
BUS 122 1 Business Law 3 T/Th 3:30-4:55 302 Case Study Room
BUS 215 21A Principles of Marketing 3 Tu 6-8:55 202 Case Study Room
BUS 270 21 A Hospitality Management 3 **HYBRID** T**(1/17,2/14,2/28,4/11,5/2) 6-8:55 Jalbert 112
CAD 110 21 Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting 3 M/W 6-8:55 Jalbert 512
COM 100 21 Public Speaking 3 W 6-8:55 Tower 203
COM 100 22 Public Speaking 3 M 6-8:55 Tower 203
COM 101 21 Interpersonal Communication 3 COM 100 Tu 6-8:55 Jalbert 221
ECE 100 21 Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3 M 6-8:55 Jalbert 207
ENG 101 5 College Writing 3 Accuplacer Needed(Reading 68/Writing 6) M/W 3:30-4:55 Lapointe 117
ENG 101 21 College Writing 3 Accuplacer Needed(Reading 68/Writing 6) M 6-8:55 Lapointe 115
ENG 105 21 College Writing Seminar 4 Accuplacer Needed(Reading 59/Writing 5) Tu/Th 6-8:15 Lapointe 116
ENG 105 22 College Writing Seminar 4 Accuplacer Needed(Reading 59/Writing 5) Tu/Th 6-8:15 Jalbert 103
HIS 131 21 U.S. History to 1877 3 M 6-8:55 Tower 202
HIS 132 21 U.S. History to 1877 3 W 6-8:55 Jalbert 112
MAT 100 5 Intermediate Algebra 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 40/Algebra 40/SAT 480) Tu/Th 3:30-4:55 Jalbert 500
MAT 100 21 Intermediate Algebra 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 40/Algebra 40/SAT 480) Th 6-8:55 Jalbert 500
MAT 105 1 Geometry & Trigonometry 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 49/Algebra 51/SAT 480) M/W 3:30-4:55 Jalbert 500
MAT 105 21 Geometry & Trigonometry 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 49/Algebra 51/SAT 480) Th 6-8:55 Jalbert 500
MAT 122 21 College Algebra 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 78/Algebra 75/SAT 480) W 6-8:55 Jalbert 503
MAT 135 21 Statistics 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 51/Algebra 51/SAT 480) M 6-8:55 Jalbert 513
MET-CLOSED 111 21 Medical Terminology 3   Th 6-8:55 Kirk 231
PHI 101 21 Critical Thinking 3 ENG 101 W 6-8:55 Lapointe 216
PSY 101 21 Introduction to Psychology 3 W 6-8:55 Jalbert 203
PSY 111 21 Developmental Psychology 3 PSY 101 M 6-8:55 Jalbert 203
SOC 101 21 Introduction to Sociology 3 Th 6-8:55 Jalbert 113
SOC 200 21 Issues in Diversity 3 Tu 6-8:55 Jalbert 113
SPA 101 21 Beginning Spanish I 3 Tu 6-8:55 Jalbert 221
SPA 102 21 Beginning Spanish 2 3 Th 6-8:55 Jalbert 221

Online Learning  Opportunities

Subject CourseNumber Section Description Credits Prerequisite Format
BIO 101 51N Introduction to General Biology 3 ONLINE
BIO 102 51N Introduction to General Biology LAB 1 ONLINE
BIO 104 51N Health and Wellness 3 ONLINE
BIO 105 51N Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology 3 ONLINE
BIO 115 51N Anatomy and Physiology I 3 ONLINE
BIO 116 51N Anatomy and Physiology I LAB 1 ONLINE
BIO 117 51N Anatomy and Physiology II 3 ONLINE
BIO 118 51N Anatomy and Physiology II LAB 1 ONLINE
BUS 140 51N Introduction to Sports Management 3 ONLINE
BUS 215 51N Principles of Marketing 3 ONLINE
COM 101 51N Interpersonal Communication 3 COM 100 ONLINE
CRJ 101 51N Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 ONLINE
ENG 101 51N College Writing 3 Accuplacer Needed(Reading 68/Writing 6) ONLINE
ENG 101 52N College Writing 3 Accuplacer Needed(Reading 68/Writing 6) ONLINE
HIS 201 51N Maine History 3 ONLINE
MAT 100 51N Intermediate Algebra 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 40/Algebra 40/SAT 480) ONLINE
MAT 135 51N Statisitics 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 49/Algebra 51/SAT 480) ONLINE
MAT 135 52N Statisitics 3 Accuplacer Needed(Arithmetic 49/Algebra 51/SAT 480) ONLINE
MET 111 51N Medical Terminology 3 ONLINE
MUS 101 51N Music Appreciation and History 3 ONLINE
MUS 111 51N Listening to Jazz 3 ONLINE
POS 151 51N Introduction to American Politics 3 ONLINE
POS 160 51N Introduction to International Relations 3 ONLINE
PSY 101 51N Introduction to Psychology 3 ONLINE
PSY 101 52N Introduction to Psychology 3 ONLINE
PSY 111 51N Developmental Psychology 3 PSY 101 ONLINE
PSY 111 52N Developmental Psychology 3 PSY 101 ONLINE
SOC 200 51N Issues In Diversity 3 ONLINE
SOC 200 52N Issues In Diversity 3 ONLINE

CMCC On Course Application: CMCC On Course Application

Per Course Fee: $78(Non-Technical)/$105(Technical)

1 Class Per Semester

Kennebec Valley Community College On Course

Kennebec Valley Community College Online Course Offerings Spring 2017

Institution Course Code Title Online Hybrid Credit Continuing Education Specialty Course
KVCC ACC 111 Principles of Accounting I O C N/A
KVCC ACC 112 Principles of Accounting II O C N/A
KVCC ACC 211 Accounting Spreadsheet & Data Base O C N/A
KVCC ACC 212 Computerized Accounting Appls O C N/A
KVCC ACC 218 Intermediate Accounting II O C N/A
KVCC ACC 220 Principles of Payroll Administratio O C N/A
KVCC ACC 222 Capstone Review O C N/A
KVCC BIO 213 Anatomy & Physiology I H C N/A
KVCC BIO 214 Anatomy & Physiology II H C N/A
KVCC BIO 216 Pathophysiology O C N/A
KVCC BUS 115 Principles of Management O C N/A
KVCC BUS 116 Business Law O C N/A
KVCC BUS 118 Legal Aspects of Business Info Sys O C N/A
KVCC BUS 119 Integrated Marketing Communications O C N/A
KVCC BUS 125 Introduction to E-Commerce O C N/A
KVCC BUS 218 Small Business Management O C N/A
KVCC BUS 250 Virtual Office/Internship O C N/A
KVCC CHE 101 Chemical Fundamentals O C N/A
KVCC COM 104 Intro to Communication H C N/A
KVCC COM 105 Interpersonal Communication O C N/A
KVCC CPT 117 Software Applications I O C N/A
KVCC CPT 121 Software Applications II H C N/A
KVCC ECE 131 Intro to Early Childhood O C N/A
KVCC ECE 134 Health, Safety, and Nutrition O C N/A
KVCC ECE 135 Observing/Recording Child Behavior O C N/A
KVCC ECE 140 Fosterting GrowthInfants & Toddlers O C N/A
KVCC ECE 155 Early Childhood Practicum I O C N/A
KVCC ECE 158 ECE Children w/ Special Needs O C N/A
KVCC ECO 113 Principles of Economics I Macro O C N/A
KVCC ECO 114 Principles of Economics II Micro O C N/A
KVCC ECO 120 Investment Planning in Our Society O C N/A
KVCC ENG 101 College Composition O C N/A
KVCC ENG 108 Technical Writing O C N/A
KVCC ENG 121 Introduction to Literature O C N/A
KVCC ENG 212 Introduction to Poetry O C N/A
KVCC ENG 218 Writing in the Sciences O C N/A
KVCC ENG 219 Professional Writing O C N/A
KVCC ETL 101 Electrical Fundamentals I O C N/A
KVCC FLP 111 Introduction to Fluid Power O C N/A
KVCC FYE 125 First Year Seminar O C N/A
KVCC HIS 112 US History II O C N/A
KVCC HIS 202 History of Maine O C N/A
KVCC HIT 132 Legal Ethical & Regulatory Issues O C N/A
KVCC HIT 136 Intro to Coding & Classification O C N/A
KVCC HIT 212 Quality Improvement O C N/A
KVCC HIT 222 CPT-4 Coding O C N/A
KVCC HIT 245 Seminar in HIT O C N/A
KVCC HON 202 Honors Seminar H C N/A
KVCC HUM 101 Multi-culture Nature of Amer Soc O C N/A
KVCC INT 201 Seminar in Inquiry O C N/A
KVCC MAS 102 Medical Terminology O C N/A
KVCC MAS 114 Medical Office Law and Ethics O C N/A
KVCC MAS 212 Health Insurance and Claims Process O C N/A
KVCC MAT 114 Technical Math O C N/A
KVCC MAT 117 College Algebra O C N/A
KVCC MAT 225 Math for Business & Economics O C N/A
KVCC MHT 101 Mental Health Seminar O C N/A
KVCC MHT 104 Community Mental Health O C N/A
KVCC MHT 110 Interviewing & Counseling O C N/A
KVCC MHT 112 Crisis Identification & Intervent O C N/A
KVCC MHT 124 Psychosocial Rehabilitation O C N/A
KVCC MHT 125 The Changing Workplace O C N/A
KVCC MHT 214 Incest, Sexual Abuse & Trauma O C N/A
KVCC MHT 216 Mental Health & Aging O C N/A
KVCC MHT 218 Substance Abuse w/Dual Diagnosis O C N/A
KVCC MHT 220 Case Management O C N/A
KVCC MHT 226 Vocational Aspects of Disability O C N/A
KVCC MUS 101 Music Appreciation O C N/A
KVCC MUS 117 History of Rock and Roll O C N/A
KVCC PHI 110 Intro to Contemporary Ethics O C N/A
KVCC PPT 115 Pulping Technology O C N/A
KVCC PPT 225 Quality Aspects of Pulp & Paper Mfg O C N/A
KVCC PPT 227 Understanding Operating Processes O C N/A
KVCC PSY 101 Intro to Psychology H C N/A
KVCC PSY 204 Abnormal Psych O C N/A
KVCC PSY 212 Positive Psychology O C N/A
KVCC PSY 215 Developmental Psychology O C N/A
KVCC PSY 220 Behavior Management O C N/A
KVCC RTS 224 Concepts in Critical Care O C N/A
KVCC SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology H C N/A

KVCC On Course Application: KVCC Application

2 Courses Per Semester Permitted

Per Course Fee:

3 credit general education course:           $63.00                   Examples:  Intro. To Psychology, College Composition, etc.

4 credit general education course:           $90.00                   These are usually science classes.

5 credit EMS course                                        $394.00

All ART classes                                                   $158.00

All online Math courses                                 $113.00

All CPT (computer)                                          $148.00

University of Maine @ Fort Kent Rural U

ONLINE RuralU Learning Opportunities

School Course Number Subject Catalog Section Description Prerequisite Requirements No. Credits
UMFK 30712 ANT 100 2051 Introduction to Anthropology 3
UMFK 30714 ANT 332 2051 Intro to Forensic Anthropology 3
UMFK 31111 ART 101 2001 Hist.of Art: Renaissance t 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30886 BIO 101 2001 Human Biology   4
UMFK 30803 BUS 101 2051 Accounting Principles II BUS 100 3
UMFK 30756 BUS 204 2001 Introduction to Sports Law 3
UMFK 30808 BUS 207 2051 Principles of Insurance 3
UMFK 30809 BUS 211 2051 Principles of Business Managem 3
UMFK 30860 BUS 219 2001 Business & Prof. Speaking 3
UMFK 30862 BUS 222 2051 Introduction to Marketing 3
UMFK 31134 COM 200 2002 Speech 3
UMFK 31044 COS 103 2001 Intro. to Information Tech. 4
UMFK 31046 COS 103 2002 Intro. to Information Tech. 4
UMFK 31039 COS 103 2051 Intro. to Information Tech. 4
UMFK 30891 CRJ 105 2001 Intro to Criminal Justice 3
UMFK 30893 CRJ 215 2051 Principles of Investigations 3
UMFK-CLOSED 31301 CRJ 260 2001 Police Procedures CRJ 105 3
UMFK 30796 ECO 100 2001 Intro to Macroeconomics 3
UMFK 30797 ECO 101 2001 Intro to Microeconomics 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30991 ENG 100 2001 English Composition I   3
UMFK-CLOSED 30994 ENG 100 2002 English Composition I   3
UMFK-CLOSED 30979 ENG 101 2001 English Composition II Passed ENG 100 with a “C” or better 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30998 ENG 101 2003 English Composition II Passed ENG 100 with a “C” or better 3
UMFK-CLOSED 31015 ENG 101 2004 English Composition II Passed ENG 100 with a “C” or better 3
UMFK 31016 ENG 101 2005 English Composition II Passed ENG 100 with a “C” or better 3
UMFK 30980 ENG 101 2002 English Composition II Passed ENG 100 with a “C” or better 3
UMFK 30981 ENG 105 2001 Introduction to Literature ENG 100 3
UMFK 31072 FRE 163 2001 App French for Health Care Pro 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30748 HTY 101 2001 World Civilizations II   3
UMFK 31303 HTY 432 2051 History of the Second World Wa HTY 101 or HTY 103 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30847 MAT 128 2001 College Algebra   3
UMFK 30849 MAT 280 2051 Finite Math II-Linear Systems 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30851 MAT 351 2001 Statistics I   3
UMFK 30780 PHE 341 2001 Sports Management 3
UMFK 31147 PSA 222 2001 Terrorism 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30718 PSY 100 2002 Introduction to Psychology   3
UMFK-CLOSED 30717 PSY 100 2001 Introduction to Psychology   3
UMFK 30723 PSY 308 2001 Life Span Human Development PSY 100 3
UMFK-CLOSED 30738 SOC 100 2051 Introduction to Sociology   3
UMFK 30742 SOC 360 2051 Families & Households ANT 100 or SOC 100 3

UMFK Rural U Application: UMFK Rural U Application

Per Course Fees: $136.50

2 Classes Per Semester Permitted

University of Maine @ Machias Downeast Rural U

UMM Rural U Online Learning Opportunities

Institution Course Number Subject Catalog Section Description Prerequisite Requirements Credits
UMM 23268 ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology 3
UMM 22659 BIO 117 This is Life! Corequisite: Students must sign up for
BIO 117 This is Life! Lab
4
UMM 22660 BIO 117L This is Life! Lab 0
UMM 21807 BUS 111 Intro Bus & Entrepreneurship 3
UMM 23523 CMY 101 Intro Community Studies 3
UMM 22193 ELA 101 Recreation & Wellness Seminar 3
UMM 23367 ENG 101 English Composition Applied English Placement exam scores
or equivalent
3
UMM 23496 ENG 118 Children and Young Adult Cont Lit ENG 101 3
UMM 23515 HTY 116 World History Since 1500 3
UMM 22228 MAR 101 Marketing & Entrepreneurship 3
UMM 22887 MAT 113 Intro to Statistics MAT 12 Beginning Algebra or
equivalent
3
UMM 22806 MTR 101 Meteorology 4
UMM 23609 PSY 104 Fundamentals of Animal-Assisted
Therapy
3
UMM 23611 PSY 110 Introduction to Psychology 3
UMM 23693 SOC 114 Introduction to Sociology 3
UMM 23697 SPE 105 Professional Online Communications 3

 UMM Rural U Application: UMM Rural U Application

Per Course Fees: $70

2 Classes Per Semester Permitted

Husson University Early College Aspirations Program

Online Learning Opportunities:

Course Fee: $100 Per Course

Up to 6 Credits Per Semester

Follow Link To View Spring 2016 Course Offerings:  ECAP Online Course Offerings Spring 2017 

Hudson University ECAP Application:  ECAP Program Application

University of Southern Maine Early Study Aspirations Program

University of Southern Maine- Lewiston Auburn Campus ONLY

Institution Subject Course # Class Section Description Credits PrerequisiteRequirements Day Time Location
USM ANT 101 24645 0002-LEC Anthropology: The Cultural View 3 M 4-6:30 LAC
USM LAC 150 7561 0002-LEC Statistics for Informed Decision Making 3 Math Readiness Test Th 5:30-8 LAC
USM LAC 250 7565 0001-LEC Thinking About Art:Thinking Through Art 3 Tu 4-6:30 LAC
USM MAT 108 24870 0031-LEC College Algebra 3 College Math Readiness Test M/Th 5:45-7 LAC
USM SOC 100 25021 0031-LEC Introduction to Sociology 3 Tu 4-6:30 LAC

**Please Follow The Class Search Link, Below, To View All College Level Learning Opportunities Available on Portland&Gorham   College Campuses.**

Application: USM Early Study Application

USM Early Study Class Search: USM Early Study Course Search Link

Per Course Fee: $158

2 Courses Per Semester Permitted

University of Maine Academ-e-REGISTRATION FOR ACADEM-E HAS CLOSED FOR SPRING 2017

Welcome to Academ-e

REGISTRATION FOR ACADEM-E HAS CLOSED FOR SPRING 2017

The first early college distance education program in Maine, the University of Maine Academ-eoffers courses for university credit to Maine high school juniors and seniors through internet-based online technologies.

Academ-e consists of courses representing five broad areas: mathematics, sciences, arts, humanities and social sciences. Through nominations by high school principals, guidance counselors and teachers, all Maine high schools are eligible to have students enroll in the Academ-e on a first-come, first-served basis.

How it Works

Academ-e courses will carry University of Maine credit and students will establish a UMaine transcript enabling them to apply their credit hours to a UMaine degree program or to other colleges and universities into which they will eventually matriculate. It is expected that students will receive dual credits (i.e., both high school and university credit).

Courses are offered in an asynchronous online environment and consequently are not dictated by pre-set University or high school schedules. Students study and learn in a location and time of their choosing (e.g., school, home, library, UMS campus, etc.) that allows access to the internet based courses any time during the day, evenings or weekends. Courses are also designed to ensure adequate student and faculty interaction while accommodating students’ schedules and personal circumstances.

Institution Course Number Course Credits
Academ-e AST 109 Introduction to Astronomy 3
Academ-e AST 110 Introduction to Astronomy Lab 1
Academ-e ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics 3
Academ-e ECO 121 Principles of Macroeconomics 3
Academ-e ECO 190 World Food Supply, Population & Environment 3
Academ-e ENG 129 Topic: Navigating Borders 3
Academ-e FSN 101 Introduction to Food & Nutrition 3
Academ-e MAT 122 – **CLOSED** Pre-Calculus 4
Academ-e MES 201 The Maine Coast 3
Academ-e MUL 150 Rock ‘n Roll/20th Century Music 3
Academ-e POS 100 American Government
Academ-e POS 120 Introduction to World Politics 3
Academ-e PSY 100 – **CLOSED** General Psychology 3
Academ-e SFR 108 Introduction to Arboriculture and Community Forestry 3
Academ-e SFR 109 Introduction to Arboriculture Lab 1
Academ-e SFR 111 Forests Through Time 1
Academ-e SFR 112 Forests Through Time – Discussions 2
Academ-e THE 111 Introduction to Theatre 3

Academ-e Course Offerings:  Academ-e Courses / Academ-e Course Description

Academ-e Application:  Application

Academ-e Guidance Counselor Nomination Form:  Guidance Counselor Nomination Form

Student FERPA Form: Student Consent to Release Information

Per Course Fee: ALL COURSE FEES COVERED BY UMAINE

**Each credit above 6 is $139.50 each

2 Courses Per Semester Permitted

University of Maine @ Augusta High School Aspirations Program

Course Search(via MaineStreet): UMA Early College Spring 2017 Course Offerings Search

Application:  UMA HS Aspirations Program Application

Per Course Fee:  ALL COURSE FEES PAID FOR BY UMA

**Online Courses Permitted With Permission**

2 Classes Per Semester Permitted

St. Joseph's College Early College

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Who is eligible to take a course at Saint Joseph’s?

The program is open to currently enrolled high school seniors & 2nd semester juniors who are following a college preparatory curriculum. Generally the student must be in the top 1/5th of his or her class and have a B+ or better cumulative grade point average.

What is the cost?

This is a special program for selected high school students and is offered at a greatly reduced price. The cost is $100 per course. Additional lab fees may be incurred.

What is the application process?

Request a written recommendation from your guidance counselor.

Request an official copy of your high school transcript.

If applicable, home-schooled students should provide a letter of recommendation from a non-family

member who is familiar with the student’s academic achievements and abilities.

Once received, your file will be reviewed by Dean Brown for approval. You will be notified in writing of

our decision.

Please have all materials sent to:

Lynn M. Brown
Dean, Enrollment
Saint Joseph’s College of Maine 278 Whites Bridge Road Standish, Maine 04084

What are the responsibilities of the student after enrolling at Saint Joseph’s?

The student will be expected to attend all scheduled classes and will be responsible for completing all assigned coursework such as tests, quizzes, reading assignments and papers. The student will also be responsible for purchasing all materials, such as books and supplies.

What courses are available?

Generally only 100-level (first-year) courses are available to high school students. Prerequisites may be needed.

What is the registration process?

With the approval of the Office of Admission, registration will take place the week before the semester begins. All classes will be assigned on a space-available, first-come, first-served basis through the Office of Academic Records and Student Advising. For the fall semester, we recommend that applications be submitted by August 15; for the spring semester, by December 15.

Additional information

Please note that schedule, times and offerings are subject to change and that courses offered through the Division of Graduate and Professional Studies are not part of this program. For more information, contact Lynn Brown at 207-893-6657 or email her at: lbrown@sjcme.edu.

Saint Joseph’s College Spring 2017 Course Offerings:  SJC Fall 2016 Course Schedule

SJC Early Scholars’ Application Form: Application form

SJC Early Scholars’ Transcript Request Form: Electronic transcript request

Thomas College: College Credit Now

College Credit Now Course Search:  Thomas College Course Search

College Credit Now Application:  Coming Soon

Student Cost:  Course Textbook & Materials

Kaplan University

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