BERLIN, NH -- Were you thinking of heading back to school this fall but didn't meet the Sept. 2 fall semester deadline? If that is the case, it isn't too late to apply or register for classes at White Mountains Community College. The college is offering late start classes, beginning Oct. 27. The eight-week, 100 percent online courses are an opportunity for you to pick up classes for the fall semester or to get a jump start on your spring semester.

Whether you want to take a degree specific course or a general education requirement, there are many options for you to choose from. The following courses are available: Intro. to Business Administration, Software Applications, Juvenile Justice Administration, Drug Abuse and the Law, Justice and the Community, Introductory English, College Composition, Technical Writing, Legal and Ethical Issues, Foundations of Leadership and Sociology.

As we continue to expand our online course offerings, White Mountains Community College is able to continue to reach residents across the North Country that cannot access one of our three locations. Experienced online educators and the use of the Community College System of New Hampshire's resources from across the state allow for a creative delivery of classes in the online format. It is never too late to begin your college education at White Mountains Community College.

White Mountains Community College offers courses in Berlin, Littleton, Conway and online. The college has a number of articulation agreements so transferring into a four-year college for those interested in a bachelor's degree is quick and seamless. For more information, call WMCC, (603) 752-1113, ext. 3000, or email


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