DISTANCE LEARNING SITES TO HOST OPEN HOUSE MARCH 28
Old Dominion University's distance learning sites in Virginia, Georgia, Illinois, Arizona and Washington will host open houses Tuesday, March 28, to provide information about undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs available in their respective communities.
The programs are delivered through a variety of media to ODU's more than 50 sites, including those at Virginia's community colleges and military bases. TELETECHNET, the university's satellite delivery network, is the largest of its kind in the nation.
"Distance learning allows students to earn advanced degrees and stay in their home communities, " said Edith Barnett, associate vice president for distance learning. "Those who are juggling the needs of family and work while pursuing their higher education goals appreciate the convenience of taking classes close to home."
Old Dominion will waive its $40 application fee for qualified, degree-seeking distance learning students who submit a completed application at the open houses.
For more information and open house times visit http://www.dl.odu.edu/news/articles/060215a.html.
This article was posted on: March 22, 2006
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