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Spring Registration Under Way at PSC
Spring 2013 registration is under way at Prairie State College (PSC), with hundreds of courses offered days, evenings, weekends, and online to accommodate busy schedules.
Credit courses begin Jan. 22. Noncredit courses include a variety of single-day and multiple-session offerings that begin throughout the spring. Students are encouraged to register early to get the schedule that best fits their needs.
Both credit and noncredit courses are listed in the fall class schedule, available on the PSC main campus, at 202 S. Halsted St. The schedule also is available at area public libraries and online at prairiestate.edu/cou/cou-schedule.html
To register for credit courses, new students must complete an enrollment application in person at the college or online at prairiestate.edu/admissions/newStudents.html.
Hours of operation for Enrollment Services are from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday. Current students can register for credit courses in person or online.
Students can register for noncredit courses online or in person. To register online via Instant Enrollment, go to prairiestate.edu and follow the directions to choose How To Enroll under continuing education courses. Another option is to complete the registration form available online at prairiestate.edu/ced/schedules/registration.pdf or in the back of the printed course schedule. Students also can register for noncredit courses in person at the Matteson Area Center, at 4821 Southwick Drive in Matteson, or in the Enrollment Services Office on the PSC main campus. Hours of operation for the Matteson Area Center are from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday.
For more information about registering for courses, visit prairiestate.edu or call (708) 709-3500.
More About Prairie State College
Prairie State College (PSC) is a two-year community college offering associate degrees and certificates. Students can start at Prairie State College and transfer to a four year college or university for a bachelor’s degree. There is also the option to pursue a career through one of the many certificate and career programs offered at PSC. The campus offers many opportunities for students including athletic programs, clubs, small class sizes, student newspaper, dedicated faculty, honors programs, and learning communities.
The Community and Economic Development Division offers corporate, adult and continuing education and training. The main campus also includes the Conference Center and the Christopher Art Gallery. In addition, The Adult Training and Outreach Center (where the College's English as a Second Language, Adult Basic Education, and GED classes are held), and the Illinois workNet Center are located on the main campus.
Located north of Vollmer Road, The College’s north campus facilities includes the Health/Tech Center and the Fitness Complex, a unique partnership among Prairie State College, the Chicago Heights Park District, and St. James Hospital and Health Centers. The Matteson Area Center is a satellite facility in Matteson, Illinois. Check the web site at prairiestate.edu for more information.
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