Open registration for the spring 2004 semester at Pulaski Technical College will be Tuesday through Thursday, Nov. 18-20. Classes begin Saturday, Jan. 17.
C indy Harkey, vice president for student services, said new and returning students can register from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the student center in the college's administration building. Registration is alphabetical, according to the first letter of the student's last name: A-H, Nov. 18; I-P, Nov. 19; and Q-Z, Nov. 20.
Beginning Nov. 11, returning students also can register online via Campus Connect Web registration at www.pulaskitech.edu .
Late registration for new and returning students is set for Jan. 13-15. In order to enhance students' chances for academic success, no registration is permitted after Jan. 15.
Pulaski Tech is one of the fastest growing community colleges in the nation, offering more than 40 associate of applied science degrees and technical certificates in business, information technology, health professions and a variety of technical areas. The college also offers the associate of arts and associate of science degrees, which are designed for students who plan to transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
Day, evening, weekend and Internet classes are available. Tuition and fees total $70 per credit hour.
For more information and a schedule of classes, call the Pulaski Tech Office of Admissions and Records at (501) 812-2231 or visit the Pulaski Tech Web site at www.pulaskitech.edu .
Carol Langston, Dean of College Relations, (501) 812-2211