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OCTC to offer 4 week winter session Dec. 14 – Jan. 10

In Education, Local, News by OC Monitor Staff

OWENSBORO, Ky. — Owensboro Community & Technical College will offer a condensed four-week winter session due to the popularity of the initial offering in 2019. This term will begin Dec. 14 and run through Jan. 10.

The session will include online courses in a condensed format including, Accounting with Al Wallace; Principles of Marketing with Michael Boyd; Introduction to Art with David Wilson; Introduction to Biology with Dr. Micah Perkins; Basic Anatomy/Physiology with lab and Basic Anatomy/Physiology Lab (paired courses) and Human Anatomy and Physiology/Human A7P w/ with Lab (paired courses) with Dr. Veena Sallan; Introduction to Computers with Stacy Bertke; Basic Public Speaking with Dr. Jacob Bryant; Introduction to Interpersonal Communication with Chelsea Fancher; and History of Women in America with Dr. Angela Ash.

For the full listing of OCTC Winter session courses visit This is a great opportunity for students to get ahead, catch up, or lighten their course load for future semesters.

Registration is open now and will continue through Dec. 14. New students can sign up in person at the START Center, in the upper level of the Campus Center, on the Main Campus at 4800 New Hartford Road in Owensboro. The START Center is open from 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday.

For a virtual or scheduled appointment, new students may email [email protected] or call 270-686-4522. Current students may register online or see an advisor in the Pathfinder Den, in the lower level of the Campus Center for a personal or virtual appointment students may call 270-686-4683 or email [email protected].

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