Chicago Heights, IL—(ENEWSPF)— With rising gas prices, more and more people are looking for ways to save on the cost of fuel. This fall, Prairie State College offers several gas-friendly options. These options include Weekend College and online classes. For students who drive approximately 15 miles a day, driving to campus only one day a week could save a student approximately $1,000 in gas and vehicle costs a semester.
Students can take up to two classes on a single day by going to class on Fridays only. Friday class options include art, business, communication, English, humanities, math, physics, psychology, and sociology. For those looking to take classes on the weekend, students have the option to attend class on either Saturday or Sundays with a wide variety of offerings such as biology, business, communication, keyboarding, and psychology.
Prairie State also offers more than 30 online classes with offerings such as art history and business. Classes also are available days and evenings.
“Today’s student juggles many competing interests such as family, career, and social responsibilities,” said Shawn Govan, dean of counseling and academic advising. “Prairie State College recognizes that several priorities exist on the typical student agenda, and we offer a very accommodating way for students to pursue their educational goals.”
Fall classes begin Aug. 25. Registering now for fall classes assures getting the schedule needed to fit busy lives. All new students must register in person. Prairie State College’s Counseling & Academic Advising Center and Office of Admissions are open Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. In an effort to provide optimal customer service, it is requested that all students sign in by 6:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and by 4 p.m. on Friday. Continuing students may register online at prairiestate.edu or in person. Course listings are available on the Prairie State College Web site through the WebAdvisor link on the homepage. Print versions for the fall schedule are available on campus and were mailed to all households in the district in June. For more information call (708) 709-3506.