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2017-11-30

2018 Registration open for CTC and TTU Open house Nov. 30 in Fredericksburg

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Spring 2018 registration is now open for both Central Texas College and Texas Tech University, who will be hosting an Open House at 6 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 30, at the Hill Country University Center in Fredericksburg.
Advisors encourage all potential students to stop by the Hill Country University Center at 2818 E. Hwy 290 in Fredericksburg to learn about admissions, schedule classes, set up degree plans, and find information on scholarships.
New students need to apply now and start the admissions process in order to begin classes in January.
“It’s never too soon for students to start thinking about their educational journey,” said Kristy Kothe, director of the CTC Fredericksburg site. “We are currently working on 2018-2019 schedules. Students can access their degree planner through their online Student Tools to plan out their entire academic course load.”
Advisors at CTC and TTU Fredericksburg are available to meet with prospective and current students regarding degree options and appropriate courses. Students can register online, or meet with an academic advisor now until January 12. Appointments are preferred.
For information on classes at Central Texas College, contact Kristy Kothe at kristy.kothe@ctcd.edu, or call 254-616-3401, www.ctcd.edu.
For classes at Texas Tech University, contact Anne Arnecke at anne.arnecke@ttu.edu, 806-834-3753, www.depts.ttu.edu/hillcountry.
Community members are invited to come out during the Open House and tour the campus and learn more about the programs offered locally.
“We have some exciting new programs for students seeking their higher education degree, like the Local Food and Wine degree, that will really benefit the local community,” said Anne Arnecke, advisor for TTU Fredericksburg and Marble Falls sites.
Students can work on Core Curriculum, earn an Associate Degree or Bachelor’s Degree in several areas of study including Teacher Education, Political Science, Business and Plant and Soil Science, right in the Hill Country.