Small classes with faculty who understand adult students
Advisors who will help you get started and reach your goals
Part-time, evening, and online classes
Transfer up to 75 credits
Affordable tuition — just $963 a course
Scholarships and financial aid
One of the first words used to describe SCE is “community.” You’ll feel this support in the classroom, where our faculty understand the challenges of being an adult learner. These teachers — a mix of full-time PC faculty and industry professionals — are inspiring educators, and strong advocates for students.
SCE students come from all walks of life — parents who are going back to school, professionals looking to advance in their careers, and members of the military. Just like you, they faced obstacles when they decided to go back to school. And just like you, they’re overcoming those obstacles with the support of the SCE community.
School of Continuing EducationHarkins Hall, Room 109Phone: 401-865-2487Fax: 401-865-1723Email: email@example.com
NOTE: You must be fully admitted into a program before financial aid can be awarded. For further information, contact PC's Office of Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 401-865-2286.
Our advisers can answer your questions and guide you through the admission and help keep you on track. Contact us at 401- 865-2487 or email@example.com.
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