CATALOG • 2010-2011
The Center for Lifelong Learning Overview
The Center for Lifelong Learning provides information on admission to all adult students. The Center is located in Blaney Hall, Room 105 and may be reached by phone at 610-740-3770 , by email at email@example.com; or by fax at 610-740-3786.
High school transcripts, GED records, and previous college, university and other post-secondary institution transcripts are required for applicants seeking a degree. An interview is requested. Students who have completed academic work at other accredited institutions are encouraged to apply for transfer credit.
Women and men who graduated from high school more than four years ago and who have earned their GED should contact the Center for Lifelong Learning. Adult women may pursue any of the College's majors or programs through evening, weekend or daytime study. Men may pursue any bachelor's degree, certification and/or certificate program offered through evening and/or weekend study and are welcome to study nursing and nuclear medicine by day.
Lifelong Learning students are advised by an admissions representative in the Center for Lifelong Learning until they formally declare an academic major. At the time a student declares an academic major, the Chair of the department in which the student plans to major assigns a faculty advisor.
Requests for application materials and all correspondence relating to admission should be addressed to:
Center for Lifelong Learning
Cedar Crest College
100 College Drive
Allentown, PA 18104-6196
Non-Matriculated and Visiting Students
A non-matriculated student takes courses at Cedar Crest without the intention of pursuing a degree. In the event that a course section reaches its enrollment maximum, matriculated students are given preference over non-matriculated students. For information, contact the Center for Lifelong Learning.
Traditional age male visiting students may take no more than 15 evening/weekend credits total as visiting students during any one or more fall and/or spring semesters for the total time they are traditional age. Because of a reciprocal agreement with LVAIC colleges, this limit does not apply to cross-registering students. There is no credit limit for traditional age male visiting students during summer, winter, and May sessions. Students who have been dismissed from the College for any reason may not return as visiting students. They must be re-admitted before taking any further credits.
Early College for High School Students
Cedar Crest College offers high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take college course at a reduced tuition rate. High school students participating in this program may choose from a variety of Cedar Crest College courses. Tuition for Early College high school students is $250 per credit for day, evening, weekend, and online courses. The rate includes all fees, books, and supplies. Interested students should contact the Center for Lifelong Learning.Last Updated: 7/8/10