Several courses offered by Dabney S. Lancaster Community College are starting later this fall and there is still time to enroll in them, according to Dr. Benjamin Worth, Vice President for Academic Affairs.
The following courses begin on Sept. 13, all are either virtual or on the Clifton Forge campus: “Introduction to Communication” (CST 110); “College Composition” (ENG 111); “United State History 1” (HIS 121); “Intro to Digital Literacy and Computer Applications” (ITE 152); and “Ethics” (PHI 220). Also, “Principles of Psychology” (PSY 200) is being offered at the DSLCC Rockbridge Regional Center in Buena Vista.
Two virtual courses, “Quantitative Reasoning” (MTH 154) and “College Success Skills” (SDV 100) begin on Oct. 18.
Also beginning the week of Oct. 18 on the main campus in Clifton Forge are three in-person classes: “First Aid and CPR” (HLT 100) and two welding courses, “Gas Metal Arc Welding,” (WEL 160) and “Gas Metal Arc Welding/Tungsten Inert Gas” (WEL 164).
To register, contact DSLCC Student Services at 540-863-2820 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment with an advisor.