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Do You or Someone You Care about Live in Southeastern Connecticut?

Do you have 60 or more prior college credits and live in southeastern Connecticut?  If so, youGail Turner.jpg should check out the Off-Campus Programs page on the School of Continuing Education's website.  Eastern maintains a site in Groton where Eastern courses are offered in the evenings and on Saturdays. You can complete a "Fast Track" Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) degree with a concentration in either Management or Human Services Administration.  Classes are offered in seven-week modules, either two nights a week or one day a week on Saturdays.  This program is especially appropriate for those with an associate degree from Three Rivers Community College.

Gail Turner is the Eastern Groton Site coordinator and a wonderful advisor.  She will spend time with you to figure out the best way to complete your bachelor's degree in a timely way.  You can even take advantage of our well-established Credit for Lifelong Learning program to get credit for what you have previously learned on the job.  To get started, call Gail at (860) 446-9457 or e-mail turnerg@easternct.edu.

 
P.S. There is a special scholarship available for part-time students who attend the Groton Site.  Through the generosity of the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut, 10 individuals with financial need will be able to receive a $500 R.E.A.C.H. scholarship this fall.  See Gail for details.

 

Carol Williams, Associate Dean
School of Continuing Education at Eastern

Continue Your Bachelor's Degree at Manchester Community College (MCC)

If you missed the public Info Session at MCC on April 26, don't worry.   We want you to know that if you have an associate's degree, or 60 or more prior credits and you live near Manchester, you can continue taking courses from Eastern Connecticut State University at MCC that will count toward your bachelor's degree.  Eastern is offering two "Fast Track" programs at MCC.   "Fast Track" courses are offered in 7-week modules, two courses per semester.

 

The first program leads to the Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) degree with a Major Concentration in Human Services. This program has been ongoing for three years.   Courses are offered once a week on Saturdays.  The second program is new and  leads toward the BGS degree with a Major Concentration in Management.  Courses are offered on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.  This program is available this coming Fall 2011.

 

To see how you can graduate through one of these "Fast Track" programs, call to speak to an Eastern advisor at (860) 465-0206.  Ask for Joanne or George.

 

P.S.  Most "Fast Track" students are able to finish their bachelor's degree in two years!

 

--Carol Williams, Associate Dean, School of Continuing Education

Eastern Connecticut State University at Manchester Community College

Take Courses Toward Your Bachelor's Degree

At Manchester Community College

On Eastern's Fast Track

Find out how ...

Information Session at MCC

For those with 60 or more prior credits

Tuesday, April 26

6:15 pm or 7:15 pm

Learning Resources Center Room A142

Manchester Community College

Call (860) 465-0206 today to register!

Pursue Your Bachelor's Degree at Manchester Community College

If you live near Manchester and you are interested in completing a 6169_121984989838_23286604838_2234791_1235388_n.jpgbachelor's degree that is convenient and affordable, a new Eastern Connecticut State University program may be perfect for you! 

 

The School of Continuing Education at Eastern is offering courses at Manchester Community College leading to a Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) degree with major concentrations in "Management" and "Human Services".  Other concentrations are possible depending on the credits that you have already.

 

The Eastern programs at MCC are "Fast Track" programs designed for working adults.  Courses meet in 7-week modules, either on Saturdays for Human Services or on Tuesday and Thursday evenings for Management.  Other Eastern courses needed for the bachelor's degree can be taken online or hybrid through Eastern.

 

For more information, visit http://www.easternct.edu/ce/ and click on "Fast Track". To speak with an advisor about these Eastern programs, call (860) 465-0206 and ask for Joanne or George.

 

Associate Dean Carol Williams

 

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