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Great Falls College MSU’s admissions team is holding a series of virtual meetings over the next few weeks for anyone seeking information about attending college.
“Whether you are a high school student looking to your future or someone who is looking to further their education by going back to school, you need information on how to make that happen,” said enrollment specialist Laramie Smovir, who will be leading the online seminars. “We will talk through all of the options available to students, not just for those who are looking to attend Great Falls College.”
Join all four sessions or choose the topics that best fit your needs. There will be a question-and-answer session at the conclusion of presentations. The sessions will be at 1 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays April 9 through April 21.
Go to www.gfcmsu.edu for more information and to register.
April 9: Why college? – Learn about the different types of colleges in Montana and the kinds of degrees you can earn. We’ll also talk about the tangible and intangible benefits of going to college.
April 14: Financial Aid – We will assist you, the student, and your family in understanding the costs of college and the tools you can use to pay for it, including financial aid.
April 16: Dual Enrollment – Learn more about dual enrollment, the program which allows students to earn college credit while still in high school. You’ll understand how dual enrollment helps students save time, save money, and ease into college.
April 21: Why online learning? – Online learning is an attractive and flexible option for increasing numbers of college students. Unsure if online learning could work for you? This session will provide tips and resources for online success.
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