April 4, 2019 Melissa Lamar

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Registration for summer 2019 credit courses is in progress at Tunxis Community College in Farmington. For information on how to apply and register, contact the Admissions Office at 860.773.1490, or visit tunxis.edu/apply.

More than 160 traditional classroom and online courses are offered in three five- and eight-week accelerated sessions: May 30-July 3, June 4-July 25 and July 8-August 8.

Students who attend other colleges may enroll in courses at Tunxis and transfer the summer credits earned to their bachelor’s degree or other program of study. Prior to registering for a course, students who plan to transfer summer credits to their home institution should confirm with the receiving college that their Tunxis courses will be accepted toward their studies.

Among the courses Tunxis offers are: Accounting, American Government, Anatomy & Physiology I & II, Art Appreciation, Art History I & II, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry I & II, Computer Aided Drafting, Criminal Justice, Engineering, Finance, Macroeconomics, Microbiology, Microeconomics, Organic Chemistry I & II, Philosophy, Physics I & II, Political Science, Programming, Psychology, Russian, Spanish I & II, Statistics, Sociology, U.S. History I & II, Western Civilization II, and World Literature.

Visit tunxis.edu/summer to view summer credit courses online. Registration for summer credit courses can be completed by mail, email, fax, web or in person. Financial aid is available to those students who qualify, and eligible veterans can use the GI Bill for summer courses.

Continuing education (credit-free) registration is ongoing, for training in professions in need of skilled employees. Continuing education programs include registered medical assistant; certified nurse aide; EMT, massage therapy; phlebotomy technician certification; patient care technician; pharmacy technician; medical administrative assistant and veterinary assistant. Some programs are approved for Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) funding, and scholarships may be available for those receiving SNAP benefits or who are certified dislocated workers.

Tunxis Community College is located at the junction of Routes 6 and 177.