Concord Announces Undergraduate Courses for Spring 2008
Athens, W.Va. – Registration for classes for the spring semester at Concord University will be Friday, January 18 and classes will begin on Tuesday, January 22.
The University will conduct exams Monday, May 12 through Friday, May 15. Spring commencement will be Saturday, May 17 at 10 a.m.
Spring recess will be Monday, March 10 through Friday, March 14.
A list of courses is available on the University’s web site, www.concord.edu > Current Students > Schedules.
Cost per undergraduate credit hour is $184 for in-state students and $409 for out-of-state students, plus appropriate lab and technology fees; books are extra. Payment is due before the first day of class, and a late registration fee of $25 will be added beginning Wednesday, January 23.
First-time enrollees should contact the University prior to the registration deadline.
Current Concord students in the Beckley area may register now at Concord’s new location in the Erma Byrd Higher Education Center.
Beckley classes will be taught afternoons and evenings at the Erma Byrd Higher Education Center, 300 University Drive in Beaver, or the National Mine Health and Safety Academy, 1301 Airport Road in Beaver.
Concord University will also offer limited undergraduate classes on Saturdays at the new Erma Byrd Higher Education Center in Beckley during the spring 2008 semester. Additionally, Concord is offering special, reduced tuition rates to “senior citizens,” those 65 and older. Those who are interested may contact the Admissions Office.
Concord University reserves the right to make changes in the schedule and listing of courses.
Persons with disabilities should contact Nancy Ellison, 1-304-384-6086 or 1-800-344-6679, extension 6086 if special assistance or help is required.
For more information, call the Concord University Office of Admissions toll-free at 1-888-384-5249, 1-304-384-5248 or the Beckley Center of Concord University at 1-304-255-0793.
CONCORD UNIVERSITY NOTES: The University offers more than 86 majors, minors and programs. The most popular majors are: accounting, advertising and graphic design, athletic training, biology, business administration, computer science, pre-law, management, pre-med, psychology, recreation and tourism management, social work, sociology and teacher education. All courses and laboratories are taught by faculty, not teaching assistants. Concord offers BS, BA, BSW, M.Ed., RBA and AA degrees. The University awards more than $21 million a year in scholarships, grants, and other forms of financial aid. More than 91 percent of the University’s freshmen receive some level of financial support.