TWC to offer information session for prospective transfer, evening, graduate students

Posted on: January 2, 2013

Tennessee Wesleyan College will offer an evening information session on Friday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m. in Glenn Lowe Dining Room in the college's Sherman Fine Arts Building.

Tennessee Wesleyan College will offer an evening information session on Friday, February 8 at 6:30 p.m. in Glenn Lowe Dining Room in the college's Sherman Fine Arts Building. The session will provide free information for prospective transfer, evening and graduate students. Including a complimentary dinner, the session will cover scholarships, financial aid and the transcript evaluation process.

"This information session is the perfect opportunity for prospective students seeking a higher education to explore several different programs available at TWC,” said Stefanie West, TWC associate director of enrollment services for the ME degree evening program. “Both traditional and non-traditional students will gain valuable knowledge which will help them determine which program is best suited for their individual situations and goals.”

Prospective students interested in transferring, bachelor’s degree completion or continuing their education with a master’s in curriculum leadership should bring copies of college transcripts. TWC enrollment specialists will be available to advise on course listings needed to complete each student’s bachelor’s or master’s degree.

“If someone is interested in seeking a bachelor's degree, our traditional day program offers more than thirty different majors to choose from, while our ME Degree Evening Program is an accelerated curriculum format specifically designed for working adults who are interested in management excellence with emphasis options in accounting, healthcare management or human resource management,” said West. “Anyone interested in seeking a master's degree should attend to find out more about our graduate program in curriculum leadership."

Tennessee Wesleyan began offering its first master’s degree this past summer with plans to expand its graduate program offerings in the future.

“I am beyond excited to have the opportunity to showcase our new graduate program,” said Lacey Stewart, TWC enrollment specialist. “I look forward to meeting and answering any and all questions prospective graduate students might have about what Tennessee Wesleyan offers.”

For more information or to RSVP for the complimentary dinner and information session, contact Stefanie West by email at swest@twcnet.edu or by phone at 423-252-1114 by Monday, February 4.