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Winter Online Session

The Winter Online Session is intended for students who are in Good Academic Standing and wish to earn college credit over the winter holiday. Classes taught during this session are accelerated three-week classes.

Winter Online Session F.A.Q.

Winter Online Session 2023-2024 is scheduled from Dec. 18, 2023 to Jan. 14, 2024.

Winter Online Session classes are taught online in Canvas.

The online class format means students manage their time to complete class material or projects by assigned deadlines in a virtual environment. Some courses may require proctored tests or meetings at designated times. Students should review the text in the class schedule and consult their professor and/or syllabus for information related to proctored testing requirements.

The first day to enroll for Winter Online Session 2023-2024 is Monday, Oct. 23, 2023.

The last day to enroll for Winter Online Session 2023-2024 is Friday, Dec. 8, 2023.

Due to the compressed nature of the course, late registrations will not be permitted.

Continuing and Returning students who demonstrate good academic standing, meaning an STLCC Overall GPA of 2.0 or higher may enroll.

The last day to register is Friday, Dec. 8, 2023

First Time in College students who are enrolled in the fall or plan to enroll in the spring term may not enroll in the Winter Online Session as no academic standing exists on their record.

Students will need to enroll with the assistance of a Student Success Advisor.

You may only take one Winter Online Session class at a time.

It is considered part of the spring semester.

To find Winter Online Session classes in our schedule, select Winter Online Session in the Part-of-Term drop-down on the Advanced Search.

Please note: Candidates who complete final degree requirements in the Winter Online Intersession will be eligible for Spring conferral.

To be eligible for financial aid for courses taken during the Winter session, students need to enroll in the spring semester and comply with all spring semester financial aid requirements. Winter session courses are considered part of a student’s spring course load for determining financial aid eligibility.

For more information, please see the financial aid webpage.

The online bookstore will open on December 4. Because the Winter Online Session is so short, it is critical for students to have their book(s) and course materials before Dec. 18.

Our bookstore will close for the holiday break on Dec. 22, 2023. It will not re-open until Jan. 2, 2024.

100% Refund / No Grade on Transcript Dec. 17, 2023
80% Refund / Withdrawal (W) on Transcript Dec. 19, 2023
50% Refund / Withdrawal (W) on Transcript Dec. 22, 2023
Last day to Withdraw Jan. 5, 2024

To withdraw from a Winter Online Session, please email admissions@stlcc.edu from your my.STLCC.edu email account. Include your ID number and the Winter Online Session course you need to withdraw from in your email body. The withdrawal will be processed based on the date it was sent.

If you withdraw while the college is closed, you will receive confirmation of your withdrawal from a staff member when the college re-opens after the holiday break.

The payment due date for Winter Online Session 2023-24 is Jan. 6, 2024.

Available Services During the Winter Break


Academic support and tutoring will be available through third party servicing.


The Help Desk will be available Dec. 26-30 during the holiday break.


Although the campus libraries will be closed during the winter break time frame, electronic resources (e.g. books, journals, streaming video or other learning objects, including research guides) are available 24/7. Visit the STLCC Libraries Webpage to learn more.

Even when the campuses are closed and except for federal holidays, students will have some, albeit limited, hours of access to professional librarians for research via the Chat Services.


Online Education will be available for Canvas Support for escalated tickets, providing non-technical guidance about navigating the course and the course requirements (for both students and faculty).

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