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ALTUS, Okla. – Western Oklahoma State College will be celebrating Reach Higher Reconnect Week. The Reach Higher program is designed to help adults who have earned some college credit, complete a degree while balancing family, work and financial obligations. The primary goal for Reconnect Week is to provide awareness of opportunities available for students to complete their degree.
To kick off the week, there will be a spring enrollment event from 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. on Oct. 22 in the Pioneer Heritage Center. Advisors will be available to enroll for the spring 2021 semester, with representatives from financial aid, testing and admissions available for any questions. Dinner will be available and all students that enroll will receive a free T-shirt. Face coverings are required inside the building and social distancing will be practiced.
From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24, there will be an information table at the Pumpkin Patch to answer any questions about reconnecting to one’s education and enrolling.
Lastly, Western will be offering Reach Higher extended hours on Tuesday, Oct. 27, staying open until 6 p.m. Personnel will be available for potential students to ask questions and help prepare their spring schedules.
For more information about Reach Higher on Western’s campus, contact Emily Cox at 580-477- 7940.
Western Oklahoma State College is the oldest original municipal two-year college still in existence in the state of Oklahoma. Its mission is to provide high quality education, support student success and empower individuals to become productive members of local, regional and global communities.
Western offers high-quality associate degrees and certificates to its five-county service area and beyond. For more information, visit wosc.edu.