**For Immediate Release**
LEARNING is the Word at OPSU’s
-released by OPSU Campus Communications 06/28/06
by Scott Puryear
Guymon, OK — Oklahoma Panhandle
State University continues to forge ahead in many different
facets of education. The school opened new facilities
at 5th and Roosevelt in Guymon earlier this month where
many students are already taking advantage of the OPSU
learning experience there.
On June 5, two classes, offered by
began at the Guymon Classroom. Computers for Beginners
and Microsoft Office each meet for four weeks, with class
meetings twice a week for one hour and fifteen minutes
each. The same two classes will be offered again beginning
July 5. Students learn on a state-of-the art computer during
each class session.
On June 20, a section of Spanish for Business began. Instructor
Teri Mora covers some of the basics of the Spanish language
and focuses especially on aspects in business and customer
service settings. This class will also be available again
beginning in July.
Classes are designed to accommodate 15-18 students. Following
is the course schedule for the Guymon facility for July
Spanish for Business, Teri Mora, Instructor
Meets on Monday and Wednesday from 5:30-6:45, July 17 – August
Computers for Beginners, Dave O’Sullivan,
Meets on Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30-6:45, July 5 – July
Microsoft Office, Dave O’Sullivan,
Meets on Tuesday and Thursday, 7:00- 8:15, July 5 - July
For further information on classes offered in Guymon,
contact Estela Vedoy at 349-1550. For information about
OPSU classes offered on the Goodwell campus or on-line,
contact Bobby Jenkins at 349-1376 or Jolie Dennis at 349-1370.
Whether it is traditional credit
classes on the Goodwell campus, the school’s ever
growing list of on-line credit offerings, or the popular
Adult and Continuing Education programs . . . . LEARNING
is the word at Oklahoma Panhandle State.