Sabrina Land, Director
Chicago State University
For Immediate Release
CSU Offers Students A Second Chance
Here is another chance to shape your future. Chicago State University announces a special session of 12 week courses beginning September 17, 2012. The University is dedicated to ready communities for new workplace demands and help fill the gap of unemployment.
“Education is one remedy to unemployment”
Chicago State University offers 12 week courses to give students a second opportunity to register for the fall. Steer your own fast track to degree completion
Interested in starting a worldwide business? Need a pitch for the newest audio frequency? Seeking an Information Technology course but don’t have classroom time? Global Diversity, Basic Speech Communications and online Management Information Systems are just a few of the course offerings that will run through December 8, 2012. In just 12 weeks, one can accelerate degree completion by enrolling in these academic courses.
During October, CSU will host their Fall 2012 Career Fair for current students and graduates with special sessions led by the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
Chicago State University continues to remain one of the most affordable among all of the four-year institutions of higher education in the State of Illinois. Take classes online or in the traditional setting and create a flexible schedule that fits your lifestyle.
To learn more about our 12 week special session, please visit our website at www.csu.edu or call 773.995.2513.
Achieve your academic and personal development goals today. Chicago State University is ready to help move you forward.
Chicago State University was founded as a teacher training school in Blue Island, Illinois on September 2, 1867. Today, the University is a fully accredited public, urban institution located on 161-picturesque acres in a residential community on Chicago's South side. CSU is governed by a Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor of Illinois. The University's five colleges—Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Pharmacy—offer 36 undergraduate and 25 graduate and professional degree-granting programs. CSU also offers an interdisciplinary Honors College for students in all areas of study and has a Division of Continuing Education and Nontraditional Degree Programs that offers extension courses, distance learning and not-for-credit programs to the entire Chicago community.