Registration for Intersession, Summer, and Fall 2021 Semester Begins on April 5

 
Registration will begin on April 5 for May Intersession, Summer I and II, as well as the fall 2021 semester at UACCM.

During a registration period, current students can schedule advising appointments online through Appointment Plus. Students can also schedule an appointment by visiting the Student Success Center or by calling 501-208-5307.

Students have the option to attend an advising appointment in person, by phone, or virtually using an online service (link provided by advisor.) During any special walk-in/call-in registration dates, students can call or drop by the Student Success Center without making an appointment.

For prospective students interested in taking may summer classes or starting in the fall, begin by applying for admission to UACCM, or to find out more about the college, schedule a tour, or ask questions at the Admissions office

As students continue to advance through the spring semester, many may be thinking about their summer plans. Students will have the option to choose from a full slate of courses, including online courses, along with a variety in-person offerings during the May Intersession and Summer Sessions. Students may opt to use summer as an opportunity to catch up in their degree programs by taking courses that did not fit into their schedules during the regular academic year or to retake a course that did not go as planned. Alternatively, students may wish to get ahead in their degree programs or to make progress toward a certificate.

Offerings this intercession and summer include courses—among others—in art appreciation, biology, college algebra, composition, human anatomy and physiology, music appreciation, psychology, sociology, U.S. history. There’s no shortage of opportunities for UACCM students to keep the momentum of their education. Courses are available to view at the UACCM website.

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