Make education your priority at NETC

Many people use New Year’s as a time to make life-changing decisions.  This year, make education your priority and apply for college at NETC and start your pathway to a future this spring semester.

netcTuesday, Dec. 9, is the application deadline for new or returning students planning to attend Northeastern Technical College this spring semester. NETC offers hundreds of on-campus and online classes for 21 associate degrees, 23 certificate programs and four diploma programs proven to help students pursue pathways to a new career, a college education and a future.

The college offers day, evening and Friday classes to accommodate students who must schedule their education around job and family responsibilities.

A complete list of on campus and online course offerings is available at each of the college campuses in Pageland, Cheraw, Bennettsville and Dillon or by visiting www.netc.edu and clicking on the “Course Schedule – Spring Semester 2015” link located below the photo.

Open Registration will be held Jan. 6, and classes begin Jan. 12.

NETC admission applications may be picked up and submitted at the main campus in Cheraw, or at one of the community campuses in Bennettsville, Pageland or Dillon. Students who wish to submit applications in person should do so at the campus where they intend to take classes.

An NETC admission application may also be filled out and submitted online by visitingwww.netc.edu, clicking on “Admissions” and then clicking on “Apply Online” in the box on the right side of the page. For more information, call NETC’s Admissions Office at 843-921-6933.

Students seeking financial aid should start the process by visiting www.FAFSA.ed.gov and completing the federal application. More information about financial assistance is also available by visiting the Financial Aid section of NETC’S website or by calling 1-800-921-7399.

Visit NETC online at www.netc.edu

Filed in: Cheraw, Education

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