Chicago Heights, IL–(ENEWSPF)– If starting college classes in January is not an option, consider enrolling in Prairie State College’s (PSC) Late Start Courses.
PSC’s Late Start classes begin the week of February 12. Courses run for 12 weeks instead of the usual 16 weeks. To compensate for their abbreviated schedule, Late Start classes meet longer during the week and cover the same amount of material as the 16-week counterparts. The courses also carry the same amount of credits and satisfy requirements for students working toward a degree or certificate.
Late Start course offerings include art, biology, economics, English, history, humanities, computers, Web site design, algebra, music, philosophy, photography, reading, psychology, and sociology.
Registration for spring Late Start classes is ongoing and will continue until the classes begin or reach capacity. Course schedules are available on campus, at public libraries, and online at prairiestate.edu. Late Start classes are designated by a section code “LS” in the course schedule. For more information about programs or course offerings, call the Office of Counseling and Academic Advising at (708) 709-3506.