Fall 2019 evening classes for A.A. degree-seeking students balancing work, family and life
Going to college while working a full-time job can be challenging. Juggling numerous responsibilities can make finding time for school during the day nearly impossible.
Starting fall semester 2019, Inver Hills Community College is making things a bit easier by expanding course offerings in the evenings. Students will find a wide variety of evening classes to complete their Associate of Arts (A.A.) requirements. Classes offered range from Art to Biology to Public Speaking to Psychology to English to Chemistry and a whole lot more.
The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum requires students to fulfill different goal areas. All these goals can be met through evening classes starting this fall. The courses also transfer to other Minnesota State colleges and universities, and often to the University of Minnesota and private institutions.
“We know going to school while working can be a challenge and want to make earning a degree as convenient as possible,” said Dean of Liberal Arts Barbara Curchack, PhD. “This expanded schedule adds to our other flexible offerings, like online courses and accelerated schedules, to help working adults achieve their educational dreams. No matter where you are in life, you are college material.”
Location, location, location
Our university-style campus is conveniently located in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, just 10 miles south of St. Paul. Click the image below to take a virtual tour.
You can find the college’s evening offerings for a particular term on the Class Schedule by choosing “Evening classes – 5pm or later (all departments).”
You can find the college’s accelerated courses for a particular term on the Class Schedule by choosing “First Half Classes (all departments)” or “Second Half Classes (all departments).”
If you have already applied to Inver Hills, or any other Minnesota State college, and have a Star ID, you can login to e-Services and see exactly which classes meet the different MnTC goal areas. This schedule enhancement joins a growing list of options meant to help those who wish to start or return to college. Washington Monthly, a bimonthly nonprofit magazine covering U.S. politics and government, ranked Inver Hills Community College #12 on its 2018 College Guide and Rankings: Best Colleges for Adult Learners—2-Year Colleges.
Former Inver Hills students who want to return and finish what they started can take advantage of the MN Reconnect program. A personal navigator will help students steer through academic planning, registration, financial aid and more.
A wide range of services can help students who are balancing work, family and life in their pursuit of a degree and a better life. These options include:
- Customized advising to develop a plan just for you
- Full- and part-time scheduling
- In-person, online, hybrid, accelerated and evening courses
- In-person and online tutoring so you can work smarter and faster
- Options to apply your experience, training and knowledge toward your degree
ASAP is what we call our programs that have been identified as the most flexible and convenient for nontraditional adult learners. Whether you are looking to transfer to a four-year institution or simply finish an associate degree for a career change or promotion, you will have the opportunity to earn a college degree at an accelerated, flexible and independent pace.
You can potentially receive college credit for the knowledge and skills you’ve gained through your work and life experiences. ASAP uses Prior Learning Assessments (PLAs) and other credit for prior learning tools to match your know-how with college courses, saving you money as well as time in the classroom.
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