McGavock High School Spring ClassesVolunteer State Community College spring classes at McGavock High School start on January 16. Vol State will offer 31 evening classes this spring. They include popular general education classes that apply to many degrees, such as American Literature, Computer Applications, General Psychology, College Algebra, Survey of American History II, and English Composition. Specialty classes at McGavock include Fire Science courses. Learning Support math, reading and writing courses will also be offered at a number of different levels. Registration is open now for all students. New students must apply to the College first.
McGavock is a degree granting center for Vol State, which means students can earn a degree there in programs such as Business. Spring can be a good time for new students to start a college career. Staying on track in that career is essential and Volunteer State Community College has a program that can help. Tennessee Transfer Pathways show a student, by major, exactly what classes they should take in order to transfer to a particular university. The agreements include majors at many state and private universities. Staying on track can help students take only the classes they need and that can help students save money. Vol State has a list of majors and universities that are part of the pathways on the website www.volstate.edu/pathways.
The application and registration process is open now, both in-person on the Gallatin campus and online at www.volstate.edu/admissions. People can also call 615-230-3688 for more information on how to get started. The Vol State McGavock High School Center is located at 3150 McGavock Pike in Donelson.