Prairie State College summer registration is under way
May 23, 2013 1:44PM
Updated: June 27, 2013 6:07AM
Prairie State College is holding registration for summer courses.
Offerings include credit and noncredit courses, courses for students from other colleges or universities who are home for the summer, and free courses for high school seniors.
Credit courses include two eight-week summer sessions. The first runs May 28 to July 19, and the second from June 10 to Aug. 2. Classes are offered days, evenings and online.
To register for credit courses, new students must complete an enrollment application in person at the college, 202 S. Halsted St., Chicago Heights, or by visiting prairiestate.edu/admissions/newStudents.html.
Current students can register for credit courses in person or online on WebAdvisor.
Classes available include English, speech, biology, chemistry, history and math. For more information, visit prairiestate.edu/summeronly.
High school students who plan to graduate in 2014 can take advantage of the college’s tuition-free offer. To be eligible, students must attend a high school in the PSC district, have a GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4-point scale, and have permission from their high school. For more information, contact Beth Wyack, enrollment advisor, at (708) 709-7776.
PSC also has a number of noncredit summer courses for which students can register online or in person.
To register online via Instant Enrollment, visit prairiestate.edu and follow the directions to choose “how to enroll” under “continuing education courses.” A registration form also is available online at prairiestate.edu/ced/schedules/registration.pdf or in the back of the printed course schedule.
Students can register for noncredit courses at the Matteson Area Center, 4821 Southwick Drive, Matteson, or in the enrollment services office on the PSC main campus.
To see the summer course schedule online, visit prairiestate.edu. Schedules also are mailed to district households and are available at the public libraries.
For more information, call (708) 709-3500 or visit prairiestate.edu.