August 1, 2016
By Paragon News Director Paul Joseph –
It’s that time of the year. School starts everywhere.
Fall semester classes begin August 22 at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford and Sayre and enrollment continues for students who want to begin or continue their educational endeavors at SWOSU.
Brian Adler, Vice President of Public Relations and Marketing says students can enroll at the Registrar’s Office on either the Weatherford or the Sayre campuses.
He reminded student’s that, unfortunately, students will have to pay more for their schooling this year than last.
He says the amount of increase for a full time student will come in about $570 more. The total tuition increase, including other fees comes to a 9.8% increase.
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education raised the tuition for SWOSU students on June 30.
Adler says, though, SWOSU is still a good buy for the money.
Online enrollment is also available through the SWOSU website for students that have completed at least 60 hours and the prior semester at SWOSU. Students must already be fully admitted to the University and have no holds on their account. See the university website (www.swosu.edu) for a complete listing of courses.
For incoming freshmen, the university offers one more enrollment opportunity for high school seniors who plan to attend SWOSU this fall. An enrollment session is planned August 17.
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