Rhodes State College News

April 01, 2016
New courses open in Rhodes State summer terms

LIMA (April 1, 2016) -- Monday, April 4, is opening day for registration for Summer and Fall 2016 classes at Rhodes State College, 4240 Campus Drive, Lima. Beginning at 8:30 a.m. enrolled students are invited to ‘pop in’ to the College’s Public Service Lobby for free popcorn, lollipops and soda pop as they sign up early to get the classes they need with the assistance of academic advisers and financial aid.

Rhodes State is offering a number of new summer classes. The line-up includes Business Calculus (MTH1611), a frequently-requested math course “required for admission to business school,” said Will Wells, Dean of the College’s Division of Arts & Sciences. “The class is algebra-based instead of trigonometry-based.”

Also new for summer are two online courses: Physical Geology (GLG1000), Rhodes State’s first science course to be offered online, and Introduction to Theatre (THR1010). Wells notes that these offsite options will allow students to maintain a summer job.

New face-to-face courses include Cultural Anthropology (ANT2411), World Religions: History, Belief and Practice (SOC2211), Quantitative Reasoning (MTH1151), and Women in World History (HST2521).

Summer terms are May 16, June 6 and June 27. Fall term dates are Aug. 24 and Oct. 19. For a complete list of 2016 summer and fall courses offered at Rhodes State and to register, call 419-995-8320. Enrollment and registration opportunities are available online at www.rhodesstate.edu.

For more information contact:
Anne Coburn-Griffis, AssistantDirector, Marketing & College Relations


About Rhodes State College
Rhodes State College is a public, state-assisted institution of higher learning which is chartered to provide degree-granting career education programs and prepares students for transfer completion of baccalaureate degrees at selected colleges and universities. The college provides non-credit workforce development, consulting for business and industry and prepares students for entry into careers. With over 4,300 students, the college’s core institutional values of integrity,caring, responsibility, respect, and quality guide its policies and practices.

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