A Gift for Community College Graduates: New England College Offers a Free Summer Course | New England College

A Gift for Community College Graduates: New England College Offers a Free Summer Course

June 17, 2024
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Graduates from any community college can take one free course during summer 2024.

New England College celebrates the achievement of all community college graduates and encourages the next step of their academic journey with a free course this summer. Graduates can take one course simply for the love of learning—completely free of charge and with no strings attached.

More than 30 course options include topics such as Principles of Marketing, Are We Living in the Matrix?, Philosophy of Art, Barbie: More Than Just a Doll, Environmental Science, and more. Courses run July 8–August 25. Learn more and register.

“Community college graduates are in a unique position to consider what’s next. Some may go into the workforce, but some may be considering additional coursework or a bachelor’s degree,” stated Dr. Patricia Corbett, Vice President of Academic Affairs at New England College. “We are excited to offer these graduates a free summer course at NEC so that they can continue to learn and explore their options.”

About New England College
Founded in 1946, New England College (NEC) was established to serve the needs of servicemen and women attending college on the GI Bill after World War II. Today, it serves over 5,000 undergraduate, graduate and online students annually. NEC offers more than 50 associate and bachelor’s degree programs, more than 10 master’s degree programs and a doctoral program in education, all delivered by dedicated and accomplished faculty in the liberal arts tradition and with an emphasis on experiential learning. NEC is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education. For more information, visit www.nec.edu.

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