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CVC Evening & Weekend Program

Wouldn’t it be great to earn a degree while not sacrificing your other time commitments?

You can with CVC's Evening and Weekend Program!

A pathway that guides you through the credit hours you need to complete the program.

Cedar Valley College is pleased to present an Evening and Weekend Program designed for students who have jobs or other time commitments during the week. Here is how it works:

  • The classes are "hybrid," which means they are a combination of on-campus and online classes, presented in seven-week sessions in the Fall and Spring.
  • The classes are pre-determined, so there's no need to figure out your pathway - it's already been figured out for you!
  • Upon successful completion of the program, a student will have earned the 60 credit hours required for an Associate of Arts degree - no more and no less.
  • Complete the program in just five semesters as part of a student cohort. The cohort model keeps the same groups of students together, which encourages peer support and studying.

Students can enroll to become part of the next student cohort during the next registration period.

Please see the planned schedule of classes below. On-campus classes are currently scheduled for Saturdays. For full course details and degree requirements, please refer to the official CVC Catalog.


GPS Solid Logo Orange.jpgYear One, First Semester (12 Credits)

ENG 1301, EDUC 1300, HIST 1301, SPCH 1315

GPS Solid Logo Orange.jpgYear One, Second Semester (12 Credits)

BCIS 1305, PHIL 1301, ENGL 1302, HIST 1302

GPS Solid Logo Orange.jpgYear Two, Third Semester (13 Credits)

BUSI 1301, GOVT 2305, GOVT 2306, DRAM 2366, PHED 1164

GPS Solid Logo Orange.jpgYear Two, Fourth Semester (14 credits)

BIOL 1406, MATH 1314, BIOL 1407, ECON 1301

GPS Solid Logo Orange.jpgYear Three, Fifth Semester (9 credits)

PSYC 2301, HUMA 1302, ARTS 1301


Go to the eConnect browseable schedule when you are ready to register for your classes. Class dates are subject to change, so please refer to this schedule for the most up-to-date information.

If you want further details or need assistance, please contact a CVC academic advisor at 972-860-8262 or email cvcadvising@dcccd.edu. You can also schedule an appointment with an advisor on campus in Building L during regular business hours.

Important Note: The program, course availability and class meeting dates are subject to change. Please always refer to the official CVC Catalog for full course details and degree requirements. This information is meant as a guide to help students with planning for evening and weekend classes toward degree completion.

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