Classes begin; registration continues until Sept. 1
STILL NOT TOO LATE TO ENROLL FOR FALL SEMESTER
Call 724-334-LION or 1-888-968-PAWS
There is still time to sign up for fall classes at Penn State New Kensington -- registration continues until Thursday, Sept. 1.
Late registration, for classes that begin later in the semester, begins Sept. 2. The fall semester got under way Aug. 22. There are no classes scheduled on Labor Day, Sept. 5. The 15-week semester ends Dec. 9, and final exams conclude on Dec. 16. Commencement is Dec. 17. The week long Thanksgiving holiday break is Nov. 21-25.
For a schedule of fall classes, visit http://www.nk.psu.edu/Academics/courses.htm online.
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