Get started this Fall Semester!
There is still time to start this Fall Semester. Century College offers multiple start dates that allow you to begin your education throughout each semester. Choose from a variety of affordable, transferable general education courses--which are a fraction of the cost of courses at four-year colleges and universities.
Fall Session III begins October 24
*For the most current, full course detail please visit the course schedule.
|BIOL||1024 – Human Biology (Online/Late Start)|
|COMM||1031 – Interpersonal Communication (Late Start/Online Asynchronous) 2 Sections
1041 – Small Group Communication (Late Start/Online Asynchronous)
|ECON||1023 – Microeconomics (Online/Late start)|
|ENGL||1021 – Composition I (Late Start/Online Asynchronous)|
|HLTH||1001 – Medical Terminology (Online/Late start)
1010 – Standard First Aid and CPR, Red Cross (Partially online/Late start)
|HSCI||1001 – Nursing Assistant 2 Sections|
|MATH||1025 – Statistics (Late Start/Online) 2 Sections
1061 – College Algebra I (Late Start) 3 Sections
|MUSC||1035 – Enjoyment of Classical Music (Online/Late start)|
|PE||1001 – Careers in Physical Education, Exercise Science, & Sport (Hybrid/LateStart)
1060 – Personal Fitness (Online/Late start)
1067 – Fitness Walking (Online/Late start)
|PHIL||1025 – Introduction to Eastern Philosophy (Late start)|
|PSYC||1020 – General Psychology (Online/Late start)|
College is affordable at Century College!
A majority of our students receive federal and state financial aid. Between financial aid, scholarships, student success programs with financial support, and academic awards for new students, Century College students earn their degrees or take courses while avoiding student load debt.
As a two-year public community and technical college, Century College receives funding from the State of Minnesota, keeping tuition rates significantly lower than private colleges and universities.
With low tuition rates and financial aid options, most students graduate and/or transfer from Century College with little to no debt.
How do I apply?
How do I register?
After completing the application process and being accepted to Century College, you will receive an email with information regarding New Student Orientation. At Century College, orientation is a two-step process. The first step is an online orientation. After completing the online orientation, you will move on to step two which is registering for courses. Please contact the Orientation Office if you have questions about orientation at 651-779-3404 or email@example.com.
How do I receive Financial Aid?
When is tuition due?
Students registering after the first week of the semester should make payment arrangements as soon as possible. Students registering for Sessions II and III courses will not be dropped for non-payment and will be held responsible for their tuition and fees.
Can current students enroll in Sessions II and III classes?
How do I apply if I am a non-degree seeking student or a visiting student from another college or university?
Non-Degree Seeking/Visiting students are encouraged to enroll in courses with Fall Semester Session II or III start dates. Depending on the institution(s) you previously attended, you may or may not need to apply to Century College. Please see the Admissions page for additional information.