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Spring registration extended

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POPLARVILLE, MS (WDAM) -

The following is a news release from Pearl River Community College

Registration for the spring semester at Pearl River Community College has been extended through 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 20.
  The extension applies to traditional classes for the whole term and first term, second-term eight-week and four-week classes and weekend classes at the Poplarville, Forrest County Center and Hancock Center campuses.
  Registration for whole term and first-term eight-week on-line classes ends at 4 p.m. Friday, Jan. 15
  The full schedule can be viewed on the PRCC website, www.prcc.edu. Click on the Academics tab at the top of the page and the Class Schedules line on the left.
  Second term classes begin March 7. Those offered on the Poplarville campus include personal/community health, computer applications I and English composition I.   Weekend classes include world literaure I, world civilization I and II and American history I and II.
  Forrest County Center courses include geometry, calculus IV, English composition II, college study skills and college algebra. Weekend classes include American history I, first aid/CPR, general psychology, world civilization and personal/community health.
  For more information, telephone 601 403-1000 in Poplarville or 601 554-555 at the Forrest County Center and ask for the counseling center. At the Hancock Center, telephone 228 252-7000.
  Second-term, eight-week online classes include computer applications in business and industry, principles of biology II lecture and lab, English composition I and II, world geography, world civilization II, first aid/CPR, beginning algebra, intermediate algebra, college algebra, Spanish I and general psychology. Four-week online classes include art appreciation and world literature I. 
  For information about online classes, call 601 403-1030.

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