Enroll in Classes, Get Help with Financial Aid & More at Get it Done Event Nov. 29

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Help registering for classes is one of the many services that will be available at the Get it Done – Get Ready for the Winter Semester event held at Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s Texas Township Campus Nov. 29 from 4 – 7 p.m. in the Student Commons.

The event will serve as a one-stop option for students, parents and community members who have questions or are interested in attending Kalamazoo Valley

Art, Detective Fiction and the History of Rock and Roll are just a few of the many hundreds of courses available for the Winter 2018 semester at Kalamazoo Valley.

Help registering for classes is one of the many services that will be available at the Get it Done – Get Ready for the Winter Semester event held at Kalamazoo Valley Community College’s Texas Township Campus Nov. 29 from 4 – 7 p.m. in the Student Commons.

The event will serve as a one-stop option for students, parents and community members who have questions or are interested in attending Kalamazoo Valley. Representatives from the Financial Aid Office, Office for Enrollment Management, the Admissions, Registration and Records Office, Student Activities and Organizations and Student Success Services will be on hand to assist those in attendance. Academic deans and faculty members also will be present.

“Kalamazoo Valley offers a wide variety of programs in a number of different career pathways. These programs will be on display at our November 29 event with academic deans and a number of faculty on hand to answer specific questions you may have,” said Executive Vice President for Instructional and Student Success Services Dr. Dennis A. Bertch. “Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the services and programs of study available at Kalamazoo Valley.”

Additionally, attendees at the Nov. 29 event can complete a number of the necessary steps to becoming a Kalamazoo Valley student, including: touring the Texas Township Campus, completing placement tests, talking to an academic advisor or counselor, registering for New Student Orientation and enrolling for the winter semester, which begins Jan. 8. If available, participants should bring any educational documents, including high school and college transcripts and placement test scores to ensure proper course placement.

For more information about this event and how to apply to the college and register for classes visit http://www.kvcc.edu/getitdone. The event is free and open to the community.

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