Interested in stepping foot onto the path of becoming a licensed real estate salesperson? Middlesex Community College is working with the CT Department of Consumer Protection to give students an extensive understanding of how the real estate marketplace works.
>You will learn about land use controls and regulations, market analysis, financing, contracts and transfer of titles. This course prepares you for the practice of real estate and provides you with an understanding of real estate law and ethical practice. Students must attend 60 hours and pass this course with a grade of 70 in order to take the state licensing exam (PSI exam). Textbooks are required for this course and can be purchased in the college bookstore.
This Program Qualifies for the Following Funding Options:
Veterans should follow the application procedures as outlined. In addition, veterans who are eligible to receive educational benefits must bring a copy of their DD–214 (separation papers) to the College Veterans Office, as well as their VA file–claim number if previous benefits have been received. Married veterans must also submit a copy of the marriage certificate and birth certificates of any children when applying for educational benefits. In order to receive a tuition waiver, eligible veterans must submit a copy of their DD–214 to the Business Office.
A veteran of the Armed Forces who served on active duty during time of war is entitled to a waiver of General Fund tuition provided that the veteran:
- Received an honorable discharge
- Is a resident of Connecticut at the time he/she is accepted for admission to the college
- Served at least ninety (90) days of active duty during any of the following U.S conflicts: World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Lebanon, Grenada, Operation Earnest Will, and Desert Storm. Note: Training, National Guard, and Reserve time are excluded.
Veterans are responsible for notifying the Records Office and the Veterans Office when any change of status occurs (add/drop courses, birth of child, etc.), as well as at the beginning of each academic year. All fees must be paid as they are due unless arrangements have been made in advance with the Director of Financial Aid.
Are You Unemployed?
You may be eligible for funding for several training programs if you meet certain income requirements. Most Middlesex Community College career programs are eligible for WIOA funding. Contact the American Job Center in Meriden at 203-238-3688 ASAP.