Register Now for Vol State Spring Classes at Highland Crest in Springfield
Submitted on November 28, 2011 at 9:14 AM
The new campus is up and running and now it’s time to register for Volunteer State Community College spring semester classes at Highland Crest in Springfield. Classes began this fall with hundreds of students. This spring Vol State will offer nearly 100 classes, including two popular Allied Health courses.
Introduction to Radiologic Technology and Introduction to Respiratory Care are designed to introduce students to these popular Allied Health programs. The classes are being offered for the first time in Springfield this spring semester. They’re open to all students and the Radiologic Technology course is required for any student wanting to apply to the program. Radiological Technology and Respiratory Care are two of the top programs at Vol State, with a highly competitive application process and an excellent track record for students passing the board exams and securing employment.
There are dozens of Vol State spring classes that apply to many majors and programs. These general education classes include Computer Applications, English Composition, Human Anatomy and Physiology, College Algebra and many others. Specialty classes this spring include Bluegrass music instruction, Veterinary Technology and Criminal Justice. Vol State offers classes at Highland Crest during the day, in the evening and in a variety of formats.
Classes start January 12. New students will need to apply to the college before they can register for classes. That can be done online at www.volstate.edu or in person at the Highland Crest campus. The College is located at 150 Laureate Avenue, just south of NorthCrest Medical Center, off of Highway 431 and Billy Batson Parkway. For more information about the campus and a copy of the spring schedule of classes, visit www.volstate.edu/highlandcrest. Highland Crest can be reached at 615-433-7030.
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