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Summer Courses

If you are not a current, full-time student but would like to register for summer courses, please click the button below to fill out the registration form. Once completed, if you have just graduated high school in 2020, email your form to Hope Holyoke, hholyoke@emcc.edu as you may qualify for TWO FREE summer courses as a part of the MCCS Class of 2020 Gift. If you did not just graduate high school with the class of 2020, complete this form and email it to the Registrar at registrar@emcc.edu, and they will give you instructions on how to pay your bill online.

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Be sure to download the PDF to your computer not just in the browser, fill it out, and then hit save. This assures that your answers are saved and visible when you send the form.

View Summer course offerings for the Class of 2020 Gift. Classes in red have pre-requisites needed in order to take them.

View our Summer course offerings here.

For a breakdown of tuition and fees – click here.

2020 Summer sessions are as follows:

  • Summer Term 1 (6 weeks) May 18 – June 26
  • Summer Term 2 (12 weeks with one week vacation) May 18 – August 14
  • Summer Term 3 (6 weeks) July 6 – August 14

Payment is due at the time of registration, but payment plans are available through the Business Office, businessoffice@emcc.edu in Maine Hall. Once you are registered, you will receive instructions on how to login to MyEMCC, where you can pay your bill online.


If you are interested in the following short-term, non-credit training courses this summer, please email your registration form to Chris Winstead, cwinstead@emcc.edu.

Medical Records Technician Training:  June 1 – August 21
Medical Records Technician prepares you for a career in health care, through instruction in Medical Terminology, English Composition, Microsoft Office Training, Customer Service Excellence Training, and Career Ready training. 
 
CNA in partnership with Bangor Adult Education, May 26 – August 20
The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program 180-hour program consists of 90 hours of classroom time, 20 hours of lab time and 70 hours of clinical work.  Students who complete this course will sit for the Maine CNA competency test in Bangor.

Please keep in mind that non-matriculated (a.k.a. not enrolled in a program) 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.

 

Course List For Term: SU 19-20