A college in northeast Nebraska is giving potential students who are still on the fence about getting a higher education plenty of time to make up their minds.
Classes start at Wayne State College on August 18th and students can enroll through August 19th. Amy Gade, Wayne State’s admission services coordinator, says they’re ready to welcome anyone wishing to enroll.
Gade says, “For any last-minute students who are still trying to make that decision or maybe have made a decision to go one direction and then changed their mind and decided Wayne State would be a better option, we are still open and available to help them get registered for classes for fall.”
The first step is the online application, then students should send any required transcripts from high school or preliminary institutions. After that, Gade says acceptance letters are mailed out.
“After they are accepted, they are in essence eligible to register for classes,” she says.
Classes are chosen through an appointment with an advisor and financial aid is available to students who qualify. The current enrollment at the four-year public college in Wayne is around 3600.
By Jerry Oster, WNAX, Yankton