November 05, 2013 –
Cindee Williams, professional education manager for Rasmussen College, is at the PBPN today and tomorrow to offer information about the school.
MAYETTA: The Prairie Band Potawatomi Education Department announces a new partnership with Rasmussen College that has recently established two campuses in Kansas. Tribal members across the nation are eligible to receive tuition discounts and course work can be completed online. Several degree options are available along with online professional development training opportunities.
Cindee Williams, a Rasmussen representative, is available at the Government Center today until 2 p.m. to meet with interested persons, and will also be at the Potawatomi Tribal Fire Department tomorrow from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. She will come back on Nov. 27 and Dec. 4 to the Government Center from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Some of the benefits Rasmussen lists on their promotional materials for the PBPN are: an accelerated bachelor’s degree option of $167 per credit hour for full-time enrollment (12 credits per quarter); a 10 percent tuition discount on part-time enrollment; seamless transfer policies; student support, and online professional development training. For specific information about the college visit www.rasmussen.edu/pbpnation
Rasmussen College has been in operation for more than 110 years and is an accredited college. Two campuses opened in Kansas last spring that are located in Topeka and Overland Park. The college offers flexible learning options and is geared to the nontraditional student.
For more information, contact Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 785.228.7320 or Kristen Aitkens, PBPN Education Director, at 785.966.2960.