Northern Essex Community College Moves Two Summer Sessions Online

Northern Essex Community College Haverhill campus, (File photograph.)

Whether you are about to graduate from high school, already enrolled in college or a recently furloughed worker, Northern Essex Community College has expanded its online summer courses to accommodate summer plans.

The college offers three sessions of summer courses, beginning May 12.

College’s Vice President of Student and Academic Affairs Bill Heineman said, “Due to the pandemic, we added more online options than usual this summer…We’ve now moved all of our Session I and III face-to-face courses to remote delivery at least to start.”

Summer Session I runs for six weeks through June 19. Summer Session III, which also begins May 12, runs 12 weeks through July 31.

It has yet to be decided whether face-to-face classes currently scheduled in Summer Session II, which begins June 22 and runs for six weeks through July 31, will be taught remotely.

Summer sessions include general education courses such as English composition, math and psychology, for students who are just starting college; higher level courses in subjects like calculus, biology and chemistry for four-year college students who want to complete more difficult courses ahead of time; and accounting, business, and computer information science courses.

Due to the ongoing pandemic, all registrations are conducted online at Those with questions may call 978-556-3700 or email [email protected].

Here is a list of all summer courses.

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