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The APSU Military/Veteran Graduate Recognition Ceremony will be held at 5 pm on August 9 in the MUC Ballroom. These graduates will be presented with a coin and military cord (free of charge) for their commencement regalia. If you are a Military or Veteran student who is schedule to graduate this summer, you will receive an email invitation with further details next month.
Military Student Center
MSC Staff
msc@apsu.edu
221-1685
Jun 23 2017
Jul 7 2017
American Sign Language classes open to both students and the community. Beginners 1: July 10-August 16. Monday/Wednesdays 6:30-8:30PM. Beginners 2: July 11-August 17. Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:30-8:30PM.
McReynolds Building
Continuing Education
Laura Farley
801-979-3399
Jun 5 2017
Jul 11 2017
Two sections of LATN 1010 8 AM and 12:20, and 1 section of GREK 1010, 11:15 AM all hybrid courses that meet MWF, have seats open and do not have a prereq. We also have 1 section of LATN 1010 on-line that is open. Ancient languages are the gateway to many different careers, & they help enormously with English. Small classes, lots of attention, lots of fun!
Dept. of Languages and Literature
Dr. Tim Winters
221-7118
Jun 2 2017
Aug 3 2017
The Military Student Center is open the entire summer semester from 8 am to 4:30 pm. Feel free to stop by and grab a free cup of coffee or a snack. We look forward to seeing you!
MUC 120 (MSC)
Military Student Center
MSC Staff
msc@apsu.edu
221-1685
May 30 2017
Jul 31 2017
Educ. majors, history, English, anyone!!!, come take Latin. Over 100 jobs open right now in the US for Latin teachers. This is an annual occurrence! https://www.aclclassics.org/directories can show you where many of those jobs are located. Pick your state! If you want a job when you graduate, learn Latin. Fall 17: LATN 1010 01 3011, 8 am; LATN 1010 09 3013, 12:20 pm; On-line LATN 1010-W1 3023.
Dept. of Languages and Literature
Prof. Tim Winters
221-7118
Apr 20 2017
Aug 30 2017
Scientific and Medical Terminology is a 3 credit hour course taught on-line. CLAS 2110-W1 3088 provides students in sciences, nursing, rad tech, and pre-med tracks with a solid grounding in the Greek and Latin roots of their terminology. Great help for A and P, biology, any major/minor in sciences. No pre-req. Make your academic and prof. life easier by mastering the roots of these terms now!
Dept of Languages and Literature
Mrs. Mary Winters
221-6828
Apr 19 2017
Aug 30 2017
Spend a month studying in London, one of the most diverse and cosmopolitan cities on earth. Earn 3-6 credit hours. Reside in comfortable suites at Moonraker Point in exciting Southwark area while studying with faculty and students from other CCSA schools. Beyond classroom and field trips, the schedule allows you to explore outside of London on weekends and volunteer at The Cinema Museum.
Fri, 07/07/2017 - 9:00am - Sun, 08/06/2017 - 9:00pm
London
Film Studies Program
Dr. Jill Franks
221-7879
http://www.ccsa.cc
Oct 24 2016
Jul 7 2017