2019 Winter Session | BCTC

2019 Winter Session

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Taking a course in Winter Session can help you catch up on credits you need and move you closer to graduation, all in the convenience of your own home. You can concentrate on a topic of your interest, or one you would rather not take during the regular semester in a conveniently online and painlessly short term.

December 14, 2019 – January 11, 2020

Courses available

  • ACC 202  - Managerial Accounting
  • AHS 115   - Medical Terminology
  • BAS 160  - Introduction to Businesss
  • CIT 105   - Introduction to Computers
  • CRJ 100  - Intro to Criminal Justice
  • FYE 100  - Strategies for College Success
  • HIS 240  - History of Kentucky
  • HUM 120 - Intro to the Humanities
  • PSY 110   - General Psychology

Spring financial aid may apply.

Register online or see your advisor today. Registration ends December 1.

Winter Session Calendar

Date Description
December 1
Sunday
Last day to apply for admission
December 13
Friday

Last day to enter an organized class without permission

Last day to utilize Peoplesoft Self-service to add/drop/register

Last day to make payment arrangements for students who registered on or before December 13

December 14
Saturday

Class work begins

Last day to enter an organized class with permission

Last day to reduce class load or cancel registration for a full refund of fees

Last day to drop without a grade

Last day to change grading option (letter grade to pass/fail; pass/fail to letter grade; audit to credit)

Last day to make payment arrangements for students who registered after December 13

December 17
Tuesday
Faculty to confirm attendance and record no-shows
December 20
Friday
Last day to reduce class load and receive a 50% refund
December 28
Saturday

Last day for students, at their discretion, to withdraw from a 4-week class and receive a grade of W


Last day to change grading option (credit to audit)

January 10
Friday

End of class work

Last day for students, at the instructor’s discretion, to withdraw from a 4-week class and receive a grade of W

January 11
Saturday
Final Examinations - End of session