Need to catch up on credits: Intersession can help

Julio Rodriguez
Editor-in-Chief

PHOTO BY JULIO RODRIGUEZ | The Hudsonian Student Newspaper

Students looking to pay for their bill can do so in the Guenther Enrollment Center.

Intersession at Hudson Valley offers credit-bearing courses for students looking to occupy their time during the upcoming month-long break.

Taking a course during intersession is perfect for anyone looking to catch up on credits in order to graduate on time.

Any student contemplating an intersession course should consult with their advisement center to to see if an additional class in the winter session could benefit their progress toward graduation.

Registration began on Oct. 26, but it isn’t too late to sign up. However, tuition is due by Dec. 14.

Late registration incurs a $60 late fee and will be accepted on a space-availability basis starting on Dec. 26. Students may add and drop up until that date.

Students are only allowed one course during intersession.

This year, students can take introductory courses in computer applications, criminal justice, economics, health, history, psychology, sociology and English.

The college periodically drops the schedules of students who have not completed the registration and payment process. This means the course you selected will no longer be reserved. Drop dates will be Dec. 14, 21 and 26.

Refunds and withdrawals should be applied for in-person at the Registrar’s Office in Guenther Enrollment Services Center, Room 136.

The effective date of the withdrawal is the date the completed form is received in the Registrar’s Office and is the effective date for refund calculation.

If the notification is received by Dec. 21, students will be entitled to a 100 percent refund. Students who withdraw by Dec. 28 will be entitled to a 25 percent refund. The last day to withdraw is Jan. 5.

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