Anoka-Ramsey is offering express registration sessions Aug. 13 through Aug. 24 to expedite registration and encourage college attendance this fall. A final, special Saturday express registration is set for Aug. 25.
“According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, education pays,” said college Director of Admission Ashley Weatherspoon. “Their data consistently shows that, on average, college graduates earn more money, experience less unemployment and have more career options than other workers do, and we want to remove any obstacles to education for people, including the initial admissions and registration process.”
In the express registration planning session, steps to becoming a student can be completed in one visit. No advance reservations are needed.
Express Registration Planning Sessions
Monday through Friday
Aug. 13 – 24
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Last Call for Fall
Express Registration Planning Session
Saturday, Aug. 25
8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
At these express sessions, attendees can complete their:
• testing (not available Aug. 25)
• course registration
The bureau also reports that occupations that typically need some type of postsecondary education for entry are projected to grow the fastest during the 2010-20 decade. Occupations classified as needing a master’s degree are projected to grow by 22 percent, followed by doctoral or professional degree occupations at 20 percent and associate’s degree occupations at 18 percent.
Anoka-Ramsey is a great place to start working toward an advanced degree. Anoka-Ramsey has the lowest cost tuition in Minnesota and offers generals/Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC), associate in arts degrees and associate in science degrees intended for transfer anywhere. It also offers certificate programs.
To learn more about the express registration planning sessions or programs at Anoka-Ramsey Community, visit AnokaRamsey.edu.