Reach Higher Program at Carl Albert State College Helps Make College Graduation a Reality!
The Reach Higher Program at Carl Albert State College is in place to help make college graduation a reality. Enrollment is open for the 2014 Spring semester, therefore now is a great time to learn more about the opportunities available for anyone who started college but didn’t finish to return to College and graduate.
According to Jennifer Humphreys, Carl Albert State College Reach Higher Coordinator, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Reach Higher program provides a flexible plan to help adults graduate from college. Reach Higher is set up to work with 14 state colleges and universities to offer course schedules designed to help people who have some college credit but for whatever reason had to discontinue their college career. Courses are offered on the Carl Albert campus as well as online so students can fit school into their work and/or family schedule.
Humphreys stated, “Two things that often get in the way for someone wanting to return to college are time and finances. At Carl Albert, we can help you build a course schedule that works for your particular situation. In addition, Carl Albert is the best deal around when it comes to the price of tuition and fees, plus many of our students qualify for financial aid and therefore attend without having to pay for classes out of their pockets.” Humphreys continued, “A college degree can open doors to new opportunities that help graduates better provide for themselves and their families. It is worth the effort, and we invite you to contact us today to enroll for the 2014 Spring semester at Carl Albert State College.” She concluded, “We know returning to college may seem overwhelming, but we are here to help you every step of the way so that you always know there is assistance nearby should you have questions or just need someone to talk to as you work toward your degree at Carl Albert.”
Humphreys can be contacted at 918-647-1270 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Spring classes begin January 15, 2014.