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Summer 2: Get a Fresh Start this Fall. Get 101A out of the way!

Start Fall Semester Fresh with EN101A out of the way!

  • Summer Session II
  • EN101A, CRN 10020
  • Professor Katherine Smith
  • 8a.m-11:40 a.m.

The many advantages of taking EN101A in Summer:

  • You will have more writing practice and lots of confidence under your belt before Fall Semester begins.
  • This Course meets first thing in the morning, so you can get on with the rest of your day.
  • You can focus on writing without having numerous other courses to think about.
  • Lots of individual attention to support you while you write.
  • Conveniently located in Germantown.

Sign up for Summer Session II EN101A 10020 today!

Summer 2: Invigorate Your Summer with Intro. to College Writing

ENGL 101A: Introduction toCollege Writing

  • SUMMER II (July 11 to Aug. 11)
  • Thursday from 9:00 to 11:55 a.m.

Are you looking for an opportunity to invigorate your summer with a fun and rewarding learning experience? An experience that centers on inspiring readings, unique writing topics, and valuable debates about current events? An experience you can pursue in the morning without dominating your entire day?

Consider enrolling in one of Montgomery College’s English Foundation courses in Summer II.

In Professor Matthew Decker’s ENGL 101A, he is excited to take students on a journey through multiple writing modes, to introduce relevant grammar and punctuation concepts, and to navigate the work of impressive student writers as well as the timeless stories of the authors you know and love.

Want to know more about the course? Continue reading “Summer 2: Invigorate Your Summer with Intro. to College Writing”

Two New PACE sections of ENGL101A

We have a couple of new late-start PACE sections for students who tested in January.

Are you a PACE student at Montgomery College on the Rockville Campus?  Have you found a PACE section that will fit your schedule?  We’ve just opened additional PACE sections:

  • PACE CRN 37148
  • Tuesday/Thursday 9:30-12:15
  • Starts Feb. 2

  • PACE CRN 37145
  • Tuesday/Thursday 2:00-7:00 pm
  • Starts March 22. This is a late start, very fast-paced class.

If you have any questions or need help, call the EN/RD office at 240-567-7409.  Or, feel free to email Rebecca.Eggenschwiler@montgomerycollege.edu.

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