DUBLIN-Class registration for the 2021 spring term kicks off this week at Bladen Community College. Classes begin January 11,2021 but it is never too early to get the registration process started. Applications are being accepted now with classes available in both curriculum and continuing education programs.
“Potential students can begin to register now for spring classes,” states Barry Priest, Vice President for Student Services. “Our counselors and student advisors are prepared and waiting to assist students with every phase of the registration process. The new Advising Center is open and ready to assist with questions.
Bladen Community College provides consistently focused educational programs to respond to the unique needs of Bladen County and continues to experience great success with its Career and College Promise programs, nursing, and online classes. Contact the Advising Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 910.879.5584 to make an advising appointment.
Current students don’t need to wait to register. If you are thinking about furthering your education or updating your skills for a current job or looking for a new job, now is the time to apply and register for the spring semester. Scholarships are available for curriculum and continuing education classes. The Financial Aid Department can help with the new FAFSA form and other questions about financial aid and eligibility requirements for general scholarships.
According to Sondra Guyton, Vice President for Workforce and Continuing Education, “The College has recently received GEER funding for scholarships. The college is using its GEER allotment to provide $750 scholarships to students pursuing high demand workforce training through continuing education. We also have classes for Client Services training or forklift training. Our staff is available to answer any questions about these newer offerings and the GEER scholarships.
Eligible students may qualify for a scholarship for a variety of courses in healthcare, emergency services, construction, criminal justice, industrial/manufacturing, information technology, or fire and rescue services. For additional information, contact the Workforce and Continuing Education Department at 910.879.5568 or 910.879.5539. Early registration is advised.
For information about spring semester classes at Bladen Community College, call 910. 879.5500 to find out more, or visit www.bladencc.eduShare: