June 16 is the deadline to apply for Summer Session II classes at Ashland Community and Technical College.
Summer classes give recent high school graduates a chance to experience college level work before starting fall courses. Continuing students can complete their college program in a shorter time, and adults seeking new skills and knowledge for work advancement can complete a course in just five weeks.
Summer II classes are offered in general education subjects required for nearly every associate and bachelor degree. These classes in communications, math, science, social science and heritage/humanities provide a good start on college because they cover basic knowledge and skills required for any major area of study.
Online general education classes are Developmental Psychology, Intro to Art, Intro to Communications, Intro to Cultural Anthropology, Intro to Interpersonal Communications, History of Europe to Mid-17th Century, Intro to Religious Studies, Writing I and Writing II. Intro to Computers, Intro to Law Enforcement, Managerial Accounting and Pre-Algebra are also available online.
Classes held at the College Drive Campus include General College Chemistry II and Lab, General Psychology, History of the US Since 1865, Intro to Sociology, Reading for the College Classroom and Writing II.
Welding classes at the Technology Drive Campus are Gas Metal Arc Welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding Groove Lab, Welding Certification, Welding Certification Lab, Shield Metal Arc Welding Pipe Lab and Gas Metal Arc Welding Pipe Lab. An HVAC Heat Pump Applications class and lab are also offered at the Technology Drive Campus, and a Diesel Undercarriage Lab is offered at the Roberts Drive Campus.
Summer session II starts June 30 and ends August 3. In-state tuition is $144 per credit hour, and residents of neighboring Ohio and West Virginia counties qualify for in-state tuition.
Admission forms and class schedules are on the web at: ashland.kctcs.edu. For more information, call the Admissions Office, 606-326-2000.
Financial Aid is available for summer classes for those who qualify. After filling out the ACTC admission form, new students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), available online at: www.fafsa.gov.
For help with the FAFSA or to predetermine your eligibility for a Federal Pell Grant or other aid, contact the Office of Financial Aid, 1-855-246-2282,