In the U.S. News and World Report, Shanna Smith Jaggars discusses what community college students should consider before enrolling in an online course—particularly how much support they might need from a professor.
5 Questions to Ask About Online Community College Courses
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Don’t forget to pay your tuition today!
Just a friendly reminder. If you are currently registered for spring 2015 courses, tuition is due March 19th. On March 20th, those students who have not paid for their classes will be dropped from them. If you have any questions about your account or financial aid please contact on of the following offices
SCC Financial Aid Office: 509-533-7017
SCC Cashier’s Office: 509-533-7025
SFCC Financial Aid Office: 509-533-3550
SFCC Cashier’s Office: 509-533-3569
On Thursday, March 5th, in building 30, room 212, the Learn-N-Go Session is all about resources available to you through Career Services.
Registration begins next week. If you have not already met with a counselor to identify your spring courses, and sent that list to the CCS Online Student Success Coach, please do so as soon as possible.
If you have any questions please call 509-533-7070.
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Just a friendly reminder:
January 26th is the last to receive 50% tuition reimbursement. After this date, you will no longer receive any reimbursement. If you have any questions regard this matter, please call 509-533-7070.