Registration for classes for the 2013 Summer Semester at the Kaskaskia College Vandalia Campus is now in progress and applications are still being accepted. Students can apply at www.kaskaskia.edu and click “Apply Now".
Classes offered at Vandalia for the Summer 2013 Semester include: Accounting Principles, Financial Accounting, Tax Accounting, Introduction to Art, Art History I, Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology, Introduction to Business, Personal Finance, General Chemistry, two sessions of Intro to Word Processing, Microsoft Excel (Beginner), Com Application and Business Systems Concept, Food Service Sanitation Certificate, Food Service Sanitation Refresher, Principles of Economics, Writing Effective Sentence Paragraphs, two sessions of Intro to College Composition, English Composition 101 and 102, two sessions of First Year College Experience, Career Education Planning, History of Western Civilizations, History of the United States 103 and 104, two sessions of History of Diversities, Human Health and Wellness, First Aid, Intro to Criminal Justice, Institutional Corrections, Fundamentals of Math I and II, two sessions of Basic Mathematics, Elementary Algebra, Elementary Plane Geometry, Intermediate Algebra, Intro to Contemporary Math, General Statistics, Medical Terminology,
Intro to Music in America, Music Appreciation, Nurse Assistant, Basic Life Support, Jogging, Walking, Basic Weight Training, Karate I, Fitness Center Participation, Core Values/Ethical Decision, Political Science, Life Span Growth and Development, two sessions of Psychology, Child Psychology, Fundamentals of Reading, Critical Reading/Study Skills, three sessions of Sociology, Basic Concepts in Social Service I, Spanish, and two sessions of Fundamentals of Speech.
Non-credit offerings include Computer College - Part 1.
These course offerings are a great opportunity for university students who are home for the summer to save time and money by taking a summer class at KC to transfer back to their institution and get them one step closer to their degree!
Current financial aid recipients may also be eligible for summer awards. Please call 545-3080 for further information.
In-district high school students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year are also eligible for the Jump Start scholarship. Please call 545-3048 for more information on this scholarship or see your high school guidance counselor.
For further information or to make an advising appointment, contact the Advising Center at Kaskaskia College by calling 545-3060. Starting dates for some classes may vary and some courses are offered via distance learning. Please contact Mary Schulze, Education Center Director, at 283-1780.