Ready to get ahead with summer classes? Summer Session Two starts June 13.
Summer Classes at NHCC
Whether you're working toward your degree, completing your generals, or just want to earn credits you can transfer, summer courses are a great way to get ahead.
At $203.41 per in-person credit and $213.09 per online credit, NHCC's low tuition allows you to save money on the classes you need. Learn more about paying for college.
NHCC shares the same accreditation as the 4-year universities in the Minnesota State system and the U of M. This gives you options when transferring credits. Learn more about transferring.
At NHCC, you can choose from in-person, online, and hybrid summer classes.
How to Register for Summer Classes
If you're new to NHCC, your first step is to apply to the college.
Are you interested in applying as a non-degree seeking student and need to meet a prerequisite for a summer course? If so, apply to NHCC and submit the Summer Override form with your unofficial transcript. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Schedule an appointment with an Admissions Representative and we will waive your application fee.*
*Application fee waiver only for new students who have applied and not completed an application fee payment. NHCC is not able to refund application fees previously paid.
If you are a current student at another Minnesota State system college or university, you can register at NHCC as a visiting student using your eServices account if the course does not have a prerequisite or required placement level.
Follow these steps:
- Log-in to eServices using your account at your current (home) Minnesota State institution.
- Select Courses & Registration, and then Search for a Course.
- In the dropdown for College/University, find North Hennepin Community College.
- Find your desired course at NHCC, and then click the Add button (plus sign) on the left.
- Follow the steps on the top - Search, Search Results & Plan, Review My Plan, and Register.
- You will receive an e-mail within 3 business days from Records & Registration with your NHCC student ID and D2L instructions.
For more information, visit the Non-Degree Seeking Students page.
Effective Student Learning is a free, one-credit course being offered June 15 and July 14.
During this four-week course, you will learn strategies and skills to use online tools, ways to engage with your instructor, how to balance your personal and academic responsibilities, and give yourself short-term rewards to maintain long-term motivation to fulfill your academic goals.
Monday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.