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Advanced Math
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Advanced Math

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with Jodi Harnden

Calendar Feb 5, 2018 at 4 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Students taking advanced math will work on basic arithmetic, elementary algebra and some geometry to prepare for increasing their scores on the accuplacer or for taking HiSET math. Prerequisite: Accuplacer math exam

Financial Aid Workshop - February

Free

with Randi Paine

Calendar Feb 12, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

The Financial Aid Workshop will provide an overview of the financial aid process and the completion of the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Discussion will include a review of federal, state, school-based, and private funding sources. Creation of the new FSA ID will be covered. Student loan management and searching for scholarships are also discussed. Please bring a copy of your 2016 federal tax return (if applicable) to aid with the filing of your FAFSA if you hope to start college in the fall of 2017. Due to grant constraints, participants must be adults hoping to enter post-secondary education. The class is FREE but pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Financial Aid Workshop - March

Free

with Randi Paine

Calendar Mar 5, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 1 week

The Financial Aid Workshop will provide an overview of the financial aid process and the completion of the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Discussion will include a review of federal, state, school-based, and private funding sources. Creation of the new FSA ID will be covered. Student loan management and searching for scholarships are also discussed. Please bring a copy of your 2016 federal tax return (if applicable) to aid with the filing of your FAFSA if you hope to start college in the fall of 2017. Due to grant constraints, participants must be adults hoping to enter post-secondary education. The class is FREE but pre-registration is REQUIRED.

Pre-College Math

$39

with Jodi Harnden

Calendar Feb 5, 2018 at 4 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Our pre-college math class is designed for students who want to brush up on their math skills or seek to boost their accuplacer scores for college entry. This course will review arithmetic, including factoring, fractions, percents, and word problems well as some elementary algebra concepts in a supportive environment. Students have time for practicing skills, asking questions and will also learn some basic skills in time management and organization. Prerequisite: Accuplacer math exam

Pre-College Writing: Accuplacer Prep

$25

with Linda Morehouse

Calendar Feb 5, 2018 at 5 pm, runs for 12 weeks

Many community colleges require that students take the Accuplacer to show proficiency on English skills required for college level work. The purpose of this class is to review key grammar rules and essay organizational patterns in order to support students as they prepare for the demands of college writing. Whether you are right out of high school or returning to college after some years away from school, you will find what you need in this class. Students will take the Accuplacer before the class begins, and then take the test again at the conclusion of the course. Materials needed: a journal or notebook; access to a computer for online assignments; and completion of Accuplacer test on 1/29 at the Adult Education office.

SMCC English 100
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SMCC English 100

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Calendar Jan 31, 2018 at 6 pm

English Composition is the introduction to college writing across the curriculum. It will introduce students to the standard rhetorical modes which will be assigned in this course but will also be assigned in other courses in other disciplines. An emphasis will be placed upon writing as a process of creating first drafts then revising, rewriting and proofreading them for accuracy, clarity and succinctness of written expression. The course will explore the distinctions between spoken and written, formal and informal uses of language. The course will also provide an introduction to research and the task of producing a formal research paper that follows MLA style and documentation practices.

Registration is through SMCC at: 207-741-5800 or registration@smccME.edu

SMCC Math 155 Statistics
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SMCC Math 155 Statistics

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with Timothy Steimlosk

Calendar Jan 30, 2018 at 6 pm

This course is designed for students with little or no experience in statistical analysis. Topics of study include sampling theory, descriptive statistics, probability theory, normal distribution, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, inference, regression, and correlation. Students will develop skills in collecting, examining, and interpreting data using statistical techniques. Prerequisite(s): MATH-050 Registration is through SMCC

Success in College

$49

with Shelli Pride

Calendar Jan 22, 2018 at 1 pm

Success in College introduces students to the college environment and provides opportunities to strengthen skills necessary for success at the college level. Learning Theories and Self-Assessment Unit explores learning process, learning styles, and student development theory. Career Decision Making Unit helps understand and successfully manage, through readings, writing, and activities, some life and career transitions. This course, under certain circumstances, earns three credits at SMCC and one credit at CMCC. Book Fee: $45

Location: Windham Raymond Adult Education

Book fee: $45





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