Introducing the Summer Sprint Program: Accelerate Your Academic Success by Registering for Two Free Courses!

Looking to get ahead in your college courses? Want to make the most of your summer break? Look no further than our Summer Sprint Program! This program is designed to help you gain an edge by accelerating your academic progress and maximizing your learning potential during the summer months. Eligible students can take up to two classes for free. See the available course schedules below.


Criteria for Eligibility: 

** It’s necessary for students (except current HS students) who are interested in enrolling this summer to file a 2023-24 FAFSA.  Grants, scholarships, and outside funding will be applied to cover tuition costs first and the remaining balance will be paid by WMCC. In order to participate in the Summer Sprint program, students need to have been packaged with financial aid, not be in default, and be making satisfactory academic progress. If students decide to enroll in more than two summer courses, the three-credit courses will be used as part of the Summer Sprint program. If you have questions regarding financial aid, please contact WMCC Financial Aid Department at [email protected]

Why Choose the Summer Sprint Program?

  1. Get Ahead in Your Courses: Whether you’re looking to fulfill general education requirements or continue your progress towards degree completion, our experienced faculty will provide you with the instruction and resources you need to excel.
  2. Accelerated Learning: Our Summer Sprint Program is designed to be fast-paced and rigorous, allowing you to complete courses in a condensed timeframe. This means you can earn credit hours efficiently and make progress towards your degree faster than traditional semester-long courses.
  3. Flexible Schedule: We understand that summer is a time for relaxation and fun, which is why our program offers flexible scheduling options. You can choose from a variety of course formats, including online, hybrid, or on-campus classes, allowing you to customize your summer experience to fit your needs.
  4. Experienced Faculty: Our faculty are experts in their fields and are committed to providing you with the highest quality instruction. They will challenge you academically, engage you in stimulating discussions, and provide personalized feedback to help you succeed.
  5. Small Class Sizes: Unlike large lecture halls, our Summer Sprint Program offers small class sizes, allowing for more individualized attention from instructors. This fosters a supportive and collaborative learning environment, where you can engage with your peers, ask questions, and receive personalized guidance.
  6. Boost Your GPA: Summer courses can be a strategic way to improve your GPA. By taking challenging courses during the summer, you can focus on fewer subjects and give them your full attention, potentially boosting your grades and overall academic performance.
  7. Stay on Track to Graduate: If you’re looking to graduate on time or even ahead of schedule, our Summer Sprint College Program can help you stay on track. By earning credits during the summer, you can lighten your course load during the regular academic year and potentially graduate early, saving time and money.

Don’t miss this opportunity to supercharge your academic progress with our Summer Sprint Program. Get ahead, stay on track, and achieve your academic goals. Enroll today and make your summer count! Contact us now to learn more about our program offerings and how to apply.

Summer Sprint Courses:

BIOL 112WZZ130100Nutrition371   ONLINE 3Innes,H
ENGL 120CWBC130493College Composition Co-Req07102:00pm03:00pmTBMAIN2183Libby,J
ENGL 120WBY130116College Composition47111:00am01:59pmTBMAIN2183Libby,J
MATH 214WZZ130096Statistics471   ONLINE 0Picard,D
PHIL 140WZZ130507Science Fiction and Philosophy371   ONLINE 0Verani,J
PSYC 111WZZ130081Psychology371   ONLINE 9Carbee,T
PSYC 112WZZ130082Human Growth & Development371   ONLINE 7Leitch,G
EDU 201WZZ130092Legal Issues in Education37T1   ONLINE 6Scott,R
ENGL 211WZZ130094Professional Writing37T1   ONLINE 2Tilton,J
PHYS 120WZZ130128Astronomy47T1   ONLINE 4Holt,J
SOCI 111WZZ130097Sociology37T1   ONLINE 1Warren,D
ACAD 105W LY1 30842 Academic Readiness 1 7T2 03:30pm 05:00pm W LITTN   0 Laplante,M
EDU 200W ZZ1 30085 Support.Students/Chal.Behavior 4 7T2       ONLINE   4 Scott,R
ENGL 120CW LC1 30844 College Composition Co-Req 0 7T2 08:16pm 09:15pm W LITTN   0 Hall,L
ENGL 120W LY1 30843 College Composition 4 7T2 05:15pm 08:15pm W LITTN   0 Hall,L
ENGL 229W ZZ1 30126 Media and Society 3 7T2       ONLINE   4 Moberly,S
HIST 220W ZZ1 30506 Liberty and Tyranny 3 7T2       ONLINE   0 Woodward,A
MATH 120CW LC1 30494 Quantitative Reasoning Co-Req 0 7T2 11:00am 11:59am R LITTN   3 Fox,M
MATH 120W LY1 30087 Quantitative Reasoning 4 7T2 12:00pm 03:00pm R LITTN   4 Fox,M
MATH 124W ZZ1 30131 College Algebra 4 7T2       ONLINE   4 Fox,M
SOCI 115W BY1 30868 Gangs: Theory, Impact, Prevent 3 7T2 03:30pm 05:00pm R BMAIN 206 0 Warren, D