•  Admission- A Smarter Summer 2014

    Experience a Smarter Summer
    at Triton College!
     


    Currently attending a four-year college or university?

    Admission- A Smarter Summer 2014 ImageMake the most of your summer and take advantage of Triton’s reasonable tuition rates while moving ahead toward your degree.

    Placement tests and new student orientation requirements will be waived for qualifying guest students. You’ll earn college credits in an intimate learning environment that will easily transfer to your home institution. Apply now!

    Online courses available at in-district tuition rates. 
    Click here to view the summer schedule!

     

    Register Now!

    First five-week session: May 27-June 27
    Eight-week session: June 9-Aug. 1
    Second five-week session: June 30-Aug. 1

    Here is a sample of Triton's large selection of summer classes*: 

      Math
    MAT 133 – Calculus & Analytic Geometry II
    MAT 134 – Introduction to Calculus for Business & Social Science
    MAT 235 – Calculus & Analytic Geometry III
    MAT 341 – Differential Equations

    English
    ENG 101 – Introduction to Poetry
    ENG 114 – Classic American Authors Civil War to Present
    ENG 103 - Introduction to Fiction
    ENG 170 – Introduction to Children’s Literature

    Chemistry and Physics
    CHM 234 – Organic Chemistry I
    PHY 108 - General Physics

    Biological Science
    BIS 240 – Human Anatomy & Physiology I
    BIS 241 – Human Anatomy & Physiology II

    Economics
    ECO 102 – Macroeconomics
    ECO 103 – Microeconomics
      Social and Behavioral Science
    PSY 201 – Introduction to Social Psychology
    PSY 216 – Child Psychology
    PSY 222 – Adolescent Psychology
    PSY 238 - Abnormal Psychology
    SOC 225 – Racial & Cultural Minorities
    EDU 206 – Human Growth & Development

    Geography, Humanities and Political Science
    HUM 165 - Introduction to Latin American Experience
    PSC 150 – American National Politics
    GEO 200 – Physical Geography: Weather & Climate

    Speech and Rhetoric
    SPE 101 – Principles of Effective Speaking
    RHT 101 – Freshman Rhetoric and Composition I
    RHT 102 – Freshman Rhetoric and Composition II



    *Some courses may require pre-requisites. 
     
       

     



    Guest Student Next Steps

    Triton College defines a “guest student” as an individual who is matriculated at another accredited college or university, is in good standing at their home institution, and wishes to enroll at Triton College with the goal of transferring credits to their home institution.

    Triton College welcomes all guest students. We are committed to assisting you in reaching your educational goals.

    Triton’s Step-by-Step Enrollment Process

    • Step 1: Complete an Admissions Application
      • Click here to complete a Guest Student Application
       
    • Step 2: Submit your unofficial transcripts
      • All unofficial transcripts should be emailed to the Admission and Records Office at admissions@triton.edu, faxed to (708) 583-3147 or mailed to: Triton College Admission and Records Office (B-216E), 2000 Fifth Ave., River Grove, IL 60171
       
    • Step 3: Meet with an academic advisor at your home institution to select courses at Triton College 
      • Prior to registering for courses at Triton College, guest students are encouraged to meet with the academic advisors at their home institution to determine which courses seamlessly transfer back and apply toward students’ degrees/majors.
      • Click here to download the Guest Student Course Approval Form
       
    • Step 4: Register for classes
      • Guest students can register in person at the Welcome Desk in the Student Center, over the phone by calling (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3130, or online via your MyTriton Portal.
       
    • Step 5: Research your payment options
      • Make sure to contact the Financial Aid Office at your home institution regarding your financial aid options. Triton College will not offer financial aid to guest students; therefore, tuition and fees must be covered by the student.

          

    Click here for a printable version of this information.