BC3 to offer nearly 160 courses this summer
Registration is now open for summer courses at Butler County Community College.
BC3 will offer 158 courses this summer. Students can choose from course lengths of four, five, eight or 12 weeks and from online or face-to-face formats.
Face-to-face classes in Butler County will be held on BC3’s main campus in Butler Township and at BC3 @ Cranberry in Cranberry Township.
BC3 will offer three sessions and two Fast Tracks. Most Fast Track courses are online.
Sessions 1 and 2, and Fast Track 1, begin May 15. Session 1 lasts four weeks. Session 2 lasts 12 weeks. Fast Tracks last five weeks.
Session 3 starts June 12 and lasts eight weeks. Fast Track 2 begins June 26.
Guest students earned 896 credits and BC3 students 3,900 during BC3’s summer 2022 sessions and Fast Tracks, according to Becky Smith, college’s director of records and registration.
BC3’s summer 2023 selections include chemistry I, college writing, ethics, general microbiology, human anatomy and physiology I, introduction to painting, preparatory algebra, recent U.S. history and speech.
Summer tuition and fees for face-to-face courses cost $177 per credit at BC3 for Butler County residents. Tuition and fees start at $418.20 per credit at regional public four-year universities and at $552 at regional state-related universities’ branch campuses for Pennsylvania residents attending face-to-face courses.
Summer tuition and fees for online courses cost $202 per credit at BC3 for Butler County residents. Tuition and fees start at $374.20 per credit at regional public four-year universities and at $552 at regional state-related universities’ branch campuses for Pennsylvania residents taking online courses.
BC3 will offer face-to-face courses on its main campus and at BC3 @ Cranberry in Sessions 1, 2 and 3. Nearly 50 online courses are scheduled during Session 2.
Students can learn more at bc3.edu/summer.