Fast and flexible! Earn an Associate in Arts (AA) degree in 3 semesters (instead of 4) going to school online and over the weekends.
Classes are offered on Saturdays on the Havelock-Cherry Point campus with additional instruction online and are completed in 8 or 16-week units. New classes are offered throughout the year.
Craven CC’s Weekend College is for students who want to attend college but need a flexible learning schedule. Students enrolled in our Weekend College program attend online and on Saturdays in a friendly learning environment.
Craven CC’s Weekend College program highlights:
- Combines classroom and online instruction
- Offers core University of North Carolina (UNC) System transfer courses
- Provides the opportunity to complete an AA degree
- Financial aid and scholarship options for those who qualify
- Smaller class sizes
- Part-time or full-time enrollment
- Support for your academic success
- Save time and money getting your AA degree
Read what one of our students says about Weekend College: “Weekend courses to be offered at Craven Community College” (Havelock News)
Weekend College Course Schedule
|Course Name||Course Title||Start Date||End Date||Sec Meeting Info Time||Credit Hours|
|CIS 110 HSBY1||Introduction to Computers||2021-03-10||2021-05-11||03:00PM - 05:00PM||3.00|
|ECO 252 HSBY1||Prin of Macroeconomics||2021-03-10||2021-05-11||08:00AM - 10:00AM||3.00|
|ENG 112 HSBY1||Writing/Research in the Disc||2021-03-10||2021-05-11||12:45PM - 02:45PM||3.00|
|ENG 231 HSBY1||American Literature I||2021-03-10||2021-05-11||12:45PM - 02:45PM||3.00|
|HEA 110 HSBY1||Personal Health/Wellness||2021-03-10||2021-05-11||08:00AM - 10:00AM||3.00|
|PHI 240 HSBY1||Introduction to Ethics||2021-03-10||2021-05-11||10:15AM - 12:15PM||3.00|
|PSY 241 HSBY1||Developmental Psych||2021-03-10||2021-05-11||10:15AM - 12:15PM||3.00|
Developmental Math Courses
Developmental Math Shells that can be used for any developmental math class will run from 8 a.m.-12:15 p.m. See an advisor to register.
Completion of the Associate in Arts (AA) degree (60 credits) prepares students for transfer to bachelor degree programs at the 16 UNC-system public universities and 25 other private institutions.
Wally Calabrese, Dean of the Havelock Campus
Redd Building, Room 101-C
See your faculty advisor or visit Student Services for additional assistance.