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Students looking forward to 2009 Winter Term; registration under way

Big Red helped promote Winter Term 2009 during a registration rally on Sept. 15.

Big Red helped promote Winter Term 2009 during a registration rally on Sept. 15.

Even though classes just recently started for WKU’s fall semester, students and faculty are already looking forward to the next term, which begins in January. WKU’s 2009 Winter Term registration got off to a chilly start Monday with students enjoying snow cones at a Registration Rally on campus.

Representatives from the Winter Term office, with the help of Big Red, handed out lip balm as well as information on the various courses that will be available during Winter Term, including Study Abroad courses.

Classes for 2009 Winter Term will be held Jan. 5 – 23. Beth Laves, Winter Term Director expects a record number of enrollments for the fourth consecutive year.

Classes will be offered on the Bowling Green campuses and online, as well as at the regional campuses in Glasgow, Elizabethtown/Radcliff/Ft. Knox and Owensboro. Students can choose exciting Study Abroad opportunities in London, Dublin, India, Hong Kong, Australia, Kenya, Mexico, Belize and more.

Financial aid, on-campus housing, meal plans, computer labs and other student services will be available during Winter Term.

Registration for Winter Term courses is available now.

Winter Term is a unit of WKU’s Division of Extended Learning and Outreach.

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