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New Four-Day Schedule Option Coming This Fall

Posted March 26, 2018 at 9:45 am

Pennsylvania Highlands Community College is providing students with more flexibility this fall with the introduction of new four-day class schedules. Recognizing that students have many obligations that include work, family, and more, the College made it a priority to add this option to its upcoming fall semester.

The courses offered during the semester will remain the same and follow all academic program plans as outlined in the College’s official catalog. Students will be able to develop a schedule that better fits the demands of their life and places an emphasis on completion of a credential. Most programs include a schedule that fits in a two, three, or four-day per week schedule with morning and afternoon options. Evening, weekend, and online options are also available.

“Adding these schedule options was a top priority,” stated Dr. Walter Asonevich, President of Penn Highlands. “Our students come from all walks of life and have many responsibilities. We want to give every student the best possible opportunity to succeed while also giving them the chance to fulfill their obligations outside of the classroom.”

Penn Highlands offers over 35 academic programs in areas such as Business & Communication, Computer Information Sciences, Health Professions, and more. Course registration is now open for both the upcoming summer and fall semesters, click here for details.