October 5, 1999
MEDIA CONTACT: Cassie McVeety, 360/546-9601, mcveety@vancouver.wsu.edu
STORY SOURCE: Janet Cleveland, 360/546-9781, admissions@vancouver.wsu.edu
        VANCOUVER, Wash. -- Free information sessions have been scheduled for students and community members interested in degree programs at Washington State University Vancouver. All programs begin at 6 p.m. on the WSU Vancouver campus.
        Each meeting will describe all aspects of WSU Vancouver's degree programs including admission requirements, application procedures and financial aid. WSU Vancouver faculty and staff will also be on hand to answer questions about the programs.
        The sessions are scheduled as follows:
Oct. 6   BS psychology
Oct. 7   BA human development
Oct. 11   BS and MN nursing
Oct. 13   Master in teaching
Oct. 14   BS manufacturing engineering, BA computer science, MS architecture executive program
Oct. 18   BA humanities (electronic media and culture, professional writing, English and history)
Oct. 21   EDM secondary education certificate
Oct. 27   BA social sciences (political science and history)
Oct. 28   Master of business administration, Master of technology management
Nov. 15   BA business administration
Dec. 1   BS biology, BS environmental science and BS natural resource sciences
        Spring semester begins in January. More information about programs and classes at WSU Vancouver can be obtained by calling the WSU Vancouver admissions office at 360/546-WSUV.
        WSU Vancouver is celebrating its 10th year within the WSU system, and provides junior-, senior- and graduate-level courses leading to 13 bachelor's and seven master's degrees. The campus is located on 351 acres seven miles north of the Vancouver-Portland metropolitan area.


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