Cleveland State offers compressed classes
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Realizing there are a number of students who wanted to attend college this fall, but for some unforeseen reason could not, Cleveland State Community College will be offering a compressed course schedule this fall.

Beginning Oct. 17, the compressed schedule, although starting at a later date, will still end at the same time as regularly scheduled fall classes.

“This compressed schedule will allow college-ready entering students to jump into their studies now. There is no reason to wait until January to begin an academic journey toward your life goals,” stated Dr. Denise King, vice president for Academic Affairs.

“Everyone should be able to find something in our set of eight-week courses that will help students start something great at Cleveland State.”

The following classes will be offered in the compressed format on the main campus:

- Getting ready for A&P

- Composition II

- Math 2 for learning support

- Psychology

- Fitness I & II

- Data entry

- Introductory statistics

- Keyboarding

Eligible students may qualify for federal financial aid based on the number of hours enrolled. However, financial aid awards for students already enrolled in classes for fall 2012 will not be adjusted.

Cleveland State has also developed a special Web page for students to sign up for these classes. An admissions counselor will call students to assist them with admissions and financial aid questions.

The website also contains more specific information about class times, days, course numbers, etc.

For more information about Cleveland State, call 423-614-8734.

To sign up for compressed courses, call 423-473-2310 or visit the website at and click on the compressed class symbol.