ELAC offers accelerated classes

By Sienna Hennessy

The deadline to add a full-term class was Monday, but some short-term and late start classes are available for enrollment past beyond the full-term add deadline.

A variety of the short-term and late start classes meet transfer requirements for University of California and California State University schools. These requirements are respectively known as Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum and California State University General Education Breadth.

As of Feb. 13, there were 11 math and English classes open for enrollment that meet IGETC and CSU GE requirements.

The majority of these aforementioned 11 classes are online, with the exception of an English 103 course held in-person on the Monterey Park campus.

Some of the late start classes begin two to four weeks after the full-term classes. These classes start Feb. 26 and Mar. 11.

Many of the short-term classes begin halfway through the regular semester, making them 8 weeks long. These classes start Apr. 8. 

There are many other GE, major specific and non-credit short-term and late start classes open for enrollment with varying course durations.

Students can review the full list of short-term and late start classes on the ELAC website.

Post-print edit:
The sentence, “The deadline to add a full-term class is Monday, but some short-term and late start classes are available for enrollment past beyond the full-term add deadline,” was changed.
The sentence now states, “The deadline to add a full-term class was Monday, but some short-term and late start classes are available for enrollment past the full-term add deadline.”
The sentence was adapted for a later online publication date, and an extra word was deleted.

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