University Relations and Communications
Learn how 'College is Still Possible' at free MSU Billings session on August 7
July 21, 2008
Shelly Andersen, New Student Services, 657-2288
Dan Carter, University Relations, 657-2269
MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — Anyone who has ever wondered how to get started in college, return to college to complete a degree or explore a new career path but didn’t know where to turn can get help from experts at Montana State University Billings.
And if anyone who thought that it’s too late to start, they will be pleasantly surprised.
MSU Billings is offering “College is Still Possible” that will provide information to adults who want to pursue higher education opportunities.
The free hour-long session is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 7 from 6-7 p.m. at the MSU Billings Student Union Building, 1500 University Drive.
Student services representatives from the university will meet with anyone interested in pursuing higher education options, whether they be traditional degree programs, graduate programs or other adult learner opportunities. They will be able to answer questions about the college admissions process, financial aid, academic programs and options that allow people to attend class while taking care of their families.
The sessions are open to anyone of any age and no appointments are necessary.
MSU Billings is a regional, urban university that offers more than 100 academic programs in five different colleges: Allied Health Professions, Arts & Sciences, Business, Education and Technology. The university also offers a variety of continuing education and personal growth programs through the College of Professional Studies and Lifelong Learning.
If anyone has questions prior to the “College is Still Possible” they can call the Office of New Student Services at 657-2888 or find out more about MSU Billings online to www.msubillings.edu.