Spring Term2 Registration Open at Charter Oak State College

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Register for Spring semester 2020 Term 2 Online Classes through March 19. Online classes start March 23.

Students starting in March 2020 will continue through 2021 with no tuition and fee increases.

Charter Oak State College, (http://www.CharterOak.edu), Connecticut’s public online college has opened registration for Spring Semester, Term 2. Classes begin March 23, deadline to register is March 19.

The College offers career-focused Online undergraduate degrees in majors such as Public Safety Administration, Cyber Security, Nursing, Health Information Management, Psychology, Business Administration, Early Childhood Education, Health Care Administration, Criminal Justice, Sociology, and more. Charter Oak State College is well known for adult degree completion and honors qualified existing college credits, prior learning, military and professional certifications.

Students starting in March 2020 will continue through 2021 with no tuition and fee increases. Connecticut residents who have recently graduated from a Connecticut Community College may also be eligible for Charter Oak’s Tuition Match Scholarship Program. Details at http://www.CharterOak.edu/TuitionMatch.

Registration and applications are available online 24 hours a day at http://www.CharterOak.edu or contact admissions@charteroak.edu for assistance. Prospective students can enroll at the college at any time year-round.

Founded in 1973, Charter Oak State College (http://www.CharterOak.edu) is Connecticut’s public online college, offering Master’s, Bachelor’s and Associate degrees in a number of high-demand fields including Cyber Security, Health Information Management, Nursing, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Business Administration and other career-focused degrees. Charter Oak is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education and governed by Connecticut’s Board of Regents for Higher Education.

Contact: Carolyn Hebert; 860-515-3880
chebert@charteroak.edu

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