Courses and Registration

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Current Semester (Fall 2019) Register for Spring 2020

Students not enrolled in a program at EMCC can register for Spring 2020 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).For a breakdown of tuition and fees – click here.


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.


Spring & Summer 2020 Course Registration

Returning students can register for spring classes beginning Monday, Oct. 28th through MyEMCC under the Current Student tab.  If you need assistance, please contact Lauren Quinn (LQuinn@emcc.edu, 207.974-4789) or Sarah Sawyer (ssawyer@emcc.edu, 207.974-4828).

Students not enrolled in a program please call 207.974-4621 or stop by the Enrollment Center in Katahdin Hall to register. Registration opens for non-matriculated students Monday, Dec. 2nd.  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.

Financial Aid will be posting the Summer Aid Request Form for 2020 on MyEMCC by October 28th and there will be copies at the front desk of the Enrollment Center.  If you are a matriculated student registering for summer courses and plan to use financial aid, please fill out an aid form and submit it to the Enrollment Center.  Financial Aid will be collecting them to process at a later date.


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