Courses and Registration
Current Semester (Summer 2019)
Students not enrolled in a program at EMCC can register for Summer 2019 or Fall 2019 classes by calling (207) 974-4621 or by visiting the Enrollment Center in Katahdin Hall. Payment is due at time of registration, but payment plans are available through the Business Office in Maine Hall (207.974-4630).
Summer 2019 Course Registration
If you are enrolled in a program during the summer semester, please reach out to Lauren Quinn, email@example.com 207.974.4789 or Sarah Sawyer, firstname.lastname@example.org 207.974.4828 for assistance in registering for summer classes.
If you are not currently enrolled in a program, please call 207.974.4621 to register to stop by the Enrollment Center in Katahdin Hall. Payment is due at the time of registration, but payment plans are available through the business office in Maine Hall, 207.974.4630.
Whether you would like to take courses onsite, online, or get more information on non-credit courses, you can search through the below course listings to find the courses at EMCC that are right for you. To download our current College Catalog, please visit our Catalog page here.
Fall 2019 Course Registration
Students admitted for the fall semester will register for fall classes at New Student Orientation. If you’ve been admitted already, please make sure you RSVP for an orientation date at www.emcc.edu/nso. The sooner you attend orientation, the more options you’ll have for your fall schedule! Check out the Fall 2019 Course Listings here.
Returning students can register for fall classes through MyEMCC under the Current Student tab. If you need assistance, please contact Lauren Quinn (LQuinn@emcc.edu, 207.974-4789) or Sarah Sawyer (email@example.com, 207.974-4828).
Students not enrolled in a program can begin registering for fall classes on Monday, June 3rd. Please call 207.974-4621 or stop by the Enrollment Center in Katahdin Hall on or after June 3rd to register. Payment is due at the time of registration, but payment plans are available through the Business Office in Maine Hall (207.974-4630). Please keep in mind that non-matriculated (a.k.a. not enrolled or full-time) students must pay either the 1st payment of a payment plan or for the entire cost of the course at the time they register for classes
In line with Federal Regulation, a credit hour is defined as:
- Lecture-Type Instruction: 1 credit hour = 15 hours classroom contact + 30 hours outside preparation or equivalent
- Lab-Type Instruction: 1 credit hour = 30 hours lab work + necessary outside preparation or its equivalent, normally expected to be 15 hours
- Shop-Type Instruction: 1 credit hour = 45 hours of shop instruction or equivalent