**For Immediate Release**
Still Time to Enroll for Spring Semester at OPSU
- by Scott Puryear on 01-10-2007
Goodwell, Okla. - The Spring Semester at Oklahoma Panhandle State University begins on Tuesday, January 16, but there is still time for learners to get enrolled.
As always, OPSU will offer a full line of classes from its five schools - Agriculture; Business and Technology; Education; Liberal Arts; and Mathematics, Science and Nursing.
Most classes will be offered in the traditional format on the OPSU campus, but there are many other offerings that non-traditional students may take advantage of. Some of those classes are being offered at OPSU’s Guymon Classroom and others are offered as part of OPSU’s continually growing list of online classes.
Classes offered this coming semester in the Guymon facility (along with course number, day, time and instructor) include:
||CRITICAL APPROACHES TO LITERATURE
||9:30AM – 10:45AM
||4:00PM - 5:15PM
||EVALUATIONS IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION
||6:00PM - 7:50PM
||5:30PM - 8:15PM
||INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS
||5:30PM - 8:15PM
|(T-Tuesday and R-Thursday)
As far as OPSU Online, the University is continually adding to the courses offered in this very convenient format. In the coming semester, over 30 fully accredited college courses are being offered online. For the first time online, the School of Business is offering “Small Business Management.”
A complete list of Online Classes for the Spring Semester may be viewed on the school website at www.opsu.edu, then click on “Online Courses.”
New students who have not yet applied for admission may do so through the school’s new Online Application. This can be accessed by going to www.opsu.edu and clicking “Apply Online.”
Current OPSU students who are not yet enrolled for the second semester may do so over the telephone by calling Bobby Jenkins at 580-349-1376 or Jolie Dennis at 349-1370. The school’s toll free number is 1-800-664-6778.
Oklahoma Panhandle State University continues to work hard to serve the needs of students while providing a quality education at the lowest cost of any four-year public institution in the State of Oklahoma.