A “Midnight Madness” psychology class will meet from midnight to 3 a.m. on Thursdays at Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, Maryland. Regular classes can’t meet the demand, reports AP.
Community colleges in Massachusetts, Indiana, Missouri and Oregon have also started offering late-night classes. Enrollment at two-year schools is up 17 percent this year.
AACC recently won state honors for its transition advisory teams, which go into high schools to help students understand their college choices and prepare to meet requirements, reports College Bound. In addition, Program Pathways offers college credits, at no extra cost, for completing high school career and technology programs. Students learn how to use their credits to complete a degree or certificate at AACC.
Earn enough credits in high school and you may be able to finish your college day before 3 a.m.