College classes start September 8

| 29 Sep 2011 | 09:17

    Registration for Keystone-Delaware Valley classes ends this month WESTFALL - The resources of Keystone College’s main campus in La Plume, Lackawanna County, are now available to students participating in the Weekender Program at the college’s new Delaware Valley Center at Delaware Valley High School in Westfall. Talented faculty, state-of-the-art technology and a nationally recognized weekend format are just some of the elements present at Keystone’s newest satellite center. The college will offer three video courses from its main campus in La Plume to students in Westfall: Accounting 302 (Auditing); Accounting 201 (Intermediate Accounting) and Business 330 (Business Ethics). “The addition of video capabilities will prove to be an enormous asset to Keystone’s Weekender Program at our new Delaware Valley Center,” said Keystone Vice President for Enrollment Robert Iannuzzo. “We expect to add more video courses in the future to further expand our course offerings in this area.” Classes for the Weekender Program will begin Sept. 8. Final registration is set for Aug. 30 and 31. The college will conduct a financial aid session for prospective students on Aug. 23 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Delaware Valley High School. The Weekender Program is designed to help working adults advance their careers by taking college courses every third weekend. The Delaware Valley Program offers Bachelor of Science degrees in criminal justice and business. Entry-level education courses will be added in Jan. 2007. “We encourage adults to learn more about the Weekender Program at Keystone College and discover how they can obtain a bachelor’s degree by attending classes every third weekend in a convenient location not far from home.”