Thursday, April 14, 2011
Hey Robertson and Joelton Students: check out the new Springfield class schedule for fall
Highland Crest is a new higher education facility set to open in August at 150 Laureate Avenue in Springfield. The building is located just south of NorthCrest Medical Center, off of Highway 431 and William A. Batson Parkway. It’s a 25,000 square foot, two-story, brick building that includes: four classrooms; a multi-purpose room; a science lab; an interactive television classroom; a bookstore; a library; a learning support center; and ten faculty offices.
The Vol State course schedule has many general education courses, such as English Composition and Survey of American History. Those offerings take place during the day and in the evening. Human Anatomy and Physiology is one of the core courses required for most allied health career paths. Other course areas include: emergency medical services, criminal justice, education, logistics, business, health information technology and English for speakers of other languages (ESOL). Vol State Continuing Education will have non-credit bluegrass music courses. The complete Highland Crest fall schedule can be viewed at www.volstate.edu/Schedule. Austin Peay State University will also be offering classes at Highland Crest.
Current Vol State students can register for fall classes at Highland Crest right now. New and readmit students will be able to register starting on June 8. There is plenty that new students can do now to get ready. All new students will need to apply to the college first. That can be done in person at the Office of Admissions on the Gallatin campus at 1480 Nashville Pike, or online at www.volstate.edu/Admissions. For the latest news and information about Highland Crest visit www.volstate.edu/HighlandCrest or call 615-230-4839.