October 4 – Hobbs, NM. Although the fall semester is rapidly approaching midterm, New Mexico Junior College has announced another opportunity for students to complete up to 12 credit hours this semester—online.
According to Lisa Hardison, Dean of Extended Learning, Fall 2006 Intersession classes will begin October 16 and end December 12. Each online class can be taken for 3 credit hours.
“This is a great way for students to still get in a full semester of courses, even though traditional classes are almost halfway through,” said Hardison. “These courses would be beneficial to the working adult who needs to make quick progress toward their degree. This can save a lot of money, especially considering how affordable NMJC’s tuition and fees are.”
The courses offered are American Government, taught by Randall Walton; Art Appreciation, taught by Sam Oswald; Business Communication, taught by Dusty Heritage; and U.S. History to 1877, taught by Earl Nymeyer.
For returning students, registration can be completed online at www.nmjc.edu. First-time students can register by contacting the Counseling Office at 492-2577.
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Phone: 575.392.4510, 1.800.657.6260
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