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EMCC Registering Now for Maymester Term

East Mississippi Community College will be offering traditional online classes and synchronous online classes that require weekly virtual meetings with instructors during the Maymester term.

Classes for the synchronous online classes begin May 8 and end May 29. Traditional online Maymester classes run from May 11 through May 29.

“Maymester courses are a great way for students to pick up an additional class,” EMCC Interim Vice President of Instruction Dr. James Rush said.

Synchronous online Maymester classes available online through the Golden Triangle campus are English Comp I, Survey of African American History, American History II, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, General Physics I (lecture and lab), Intro to Sociology I and Public Speaking I.

College Algebra will be also be offered as a synchronous online class through the Scooba campus.

Traditional online Maymester classes that will be offered through the Golden Triangle campus are Principles of Accounting I and General Biology I (with lab).

Traditional online Maymester classes available through the Scooba campus are Art Appreciation, Principles of Biology I (with lab), Computer Concepts, English Comp I, English Comp II, Child Psychology, Human Growth and Development, Personal/Community Health, College Algebra and Public Speaking.

Since all the courses will be taught online, students can take courses offered through either campus regardless of their place of residence.

EMCC first began offering Maymester courses in 2018.

“The needs of our students are ever-changing,” Rush said at the time. “As a result, we are making it a priority to offer classes that fit the schedules of our students.”

Current students can register online or find out who their advisor is through their LEO account. Students who need assistance with registering are asked to email their advisor to schedule a telephone conference or video conference. Students will need to include their full name and date of birth in the email to help advisors access their records.