Students can bring their advisor-signed registration request and register in the IATCC (Integrated Advising, Testing and Career Center) in Walker Fine Arts building from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Advisors from STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), arts, business, transfer and developmental departments will be in Room 135 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. only on Nov. 13.
Classes offered during spring 2014 include accounting, administration of justice, administrative support technology, agriculture, air conditioning/refrigeration, American sign language, Arabic, architecture, arts, automotive, biology, business administration, chemistry, childhood development, Chinese, communication study theatre, computer aided drafting, computer science, economics, education, electrical technology, electronics technology, emergency medical services, energy technology, engineering, English, developmental English, environmental science, financial services, French, geography, geology, German, health care technician, health information management, health sciences, history, horticulture, hotel/restaurant/institutional management, human services, industrial technology, information technology, instrumentation, Japanese, legal administration, library science, marketing, developmental math, mathematics, mechanical engineering, motorsports, music, natural science, nursing, philosophy, phlebotomy, physical education/recreation, physics, political science, practical nursing, psychology, recreation and parks, religion, Russian, sociology, Spanish, student development, viticulture and welding.
The Franklin County Site in the Franklin Center for Advanced Learning Enterprises in Rocky Mount and the Patrick County Site in Stuart offer select classes. Distance learning courses are also available.
Students can register once they’ve applied to PHCC, taken the Virginia Placement Test or sent in appropriate transcripts. Those already admitted to the college can register online where they can also find a spring 2014 class schedule. In-state tuition fees are $122.50 per credit hour and $299.10 for out-of-state students.
If students have questions about their applications, they can attend an Application and Information Workshop at Jefferson Plaza on Saturday, Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. to noon.
Students must reapply to the college if they haven’t taken a credit class within three years. Financial assistance is available for students who qualify. A Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be completed for students seeking financial aid. Students are encouraged to apply early.
PHCC has guaranteed transfer agreements with more than 20 colleges and universities across the region. Students who meet those requirements may transfer to senior institutions as a junior. Visit the college website for additional information.
Classes are also available at Jefferson Plaza in uptown Martinsville through the PHCC UPTown accelerated program. Mini-Session B classes run from Nov. 18 to Dec. 17. Students can register now.
Tuition is due on the day of registration. Spring classes begin Jan. 13, 2014. To find out more, call (276) 656-0325.