Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Carl Albert Opens Doors to Students Monday

For people even thinking about going to college this fall, Monday night at Carl Albert State College is all about helping make it happen. President Garry M. Ivey said, "The time has come for many in our area to make a difference in their lives and the lives of their family members. There is still time to be a student at Carl Albert State College this fall. To help students find time to enroll for fall, we are going to be available at Poteau and Sallisaw from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday, Aug. 4."

The starting spot at the Poteau campus is Hemphill Hall. Assistance with admissions, financial aid, housing, enrollment, business office, and compass testing will be available Monday night. The same services will be available at the Sallisaw location at 1601 Opdyke. The campus bookstores will be open at both locations as well.

Jay Falkner, Enrollment and Retention Director, said, "Monday night is going to be a lot of fun with refreshments, prizes, and even some scholarship opportunities. We realize it is hard for many of our current and potential students to get to campus during the day, so hosting this evening event is for the convenience of our students in preparing for fall."

Dr. Jason Morrison, Vice President for Academic Affairs, said, "We hope to have a great crowd Monday night at both our locations. As we enroll students, we are anxious to take a look at the needs of our students with regard to the classes we offer, the time of day students can attend college, etc. It is our goal to do all we can to make it possible for anyone wanting a college degree to get that degree at Carl Albert."

More information can be obtained by calling the Enrollment Center at 918-647-1393 or call Sallisaw at 918-775-6977.

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