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The College of the Rockies is now registering for the fall semester

 

It’s not too late to register for College.

With September fast approaching, College of the Rockies is busy registering new and returning students for the fall semester.

Registrar Doris Silva commented, “We’ve seen a steady stream of students applying and registering for the new academic year but for those who haven’t yet applied, there is still time.  A number of our programs are currently full, but others still have some space for additional students.”

College of the Rockies offers a very diverse array of programs and students can still find some seats available in University Studies, Business Administration, Practical Nursing, Health Care Assistant, Professional Cook Training, Kinesiology and Tourism Recreation Management.

For those interested in a career in the Trades, there are still a few seats left in Steamfitter/Pipefitter as well as in Automotive Service Technician.

“A large number of our programs and courses are also available online, allowing students to continue to work while they upgrade or learn new skills to broaden their career options,” Silva continues.  “Our Office Administration, University Studies, Business Administration and Adult Upgrading programs all have online options available for this fall.”

The Admissions/Registration department is open from 9 am to 4 pm Monday through Friday or you can apply online at www.cotr.ca

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