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About summer programs...

Dan2014Dan2014 Registered User Posts: 352 Member
edited May 2011 in Summer Programs
I'm a freshman, going to be sophomore next year. I've read a few summer program threads and wondered if I could take classes at
My community college. I believe I can but do you know any who have as freshman? Is it too early for me to worry about it? Thank you in advance for the advice!
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Replies to: About summer programs...

  • morpheus44morpheus44 Registered User Posts: 192 Junior Member
    Do it; it's not early at all; just he right time if not late
  • Dan2014Dan2014 Registered User Posts: 352 Member
    Thanks so much! I'm just worried my mom won't allow me. And I obviously waited a little too long. I still have time to register so fingers crossed!
  • mnyawnmnyawn Registered User Posts: 150 Junior Member
    I began, during the summer after my freshman year, taking college classes at the university in my city (through a program called "Dual Enrollment"), and I am now a junior, going to be a senior, and I am STILL taking college classes! I will be graduating with my Associate of Arts degree next May, along with my high school diploma! Go for it!!! :D
  • Dan2014Dan2014 Registered User Posts: 352 Member
    That's exactly what I want to do. Get some college credit early so I won't have to spend a lot of time on subjects that I could take early. That's so cool that you already have an associates! Te only problem is that my community college is small and has few classes. I do have a state university nearby but they may only take college age kids.
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