Evening orientations set
LBW Community College in Andalusia is holding two orientation sessions for anyone interested in learning more about the new evening program for full-time workers set to begin fall semester.
“By committing two nights a week, these students will earn a degree in two years,” said Renee LeMaire, LBWCC marketing director. “This program is designed specifically for full time workers. All who start the program together will progress through the program as a group and graduate spring of 2015.”
Although any student may take any course offered at night, a group moving through the program together makes it more cost feasible for the College to offer the classes, she said.
“This plan allows working adults to proceed uninterrupted because there is much less chance of evening class cancellations due to low enrollment.”
Faculty and staff involved in getting the program started will be on hand to answer questions and provide information at 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 12 and again on Aug. 19 in the Jeff Bishop Student Center classroom in Andalusia.
“These orientation sessions are for those who have already enrolled in the program and for those who just want more information. Anyone attending will also have access to student services, the business office, and the bookstore on those evenings,” said LeMaire.
The program has two tracks, both leading to an Associate’s Degree. One track is a four-semester sequence of classes for college-ready students, with the second track designed for students who need developmental courses and additional time and extends one additional semester.
For more information, contact John Bess, program coordinator, at 334-881-2254.