Library expansion at W.Md. about to be completed

January 03, 1991

A major expansion of Hoover Library at Western Maryland College is expected to be completed by late this month.

Space in the library has been doubled to 72,000 square feet, and its book and periodical collection will be greatly increased. The $10-million expansion is named for Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Hoover, who are major benefactors of the library.

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Open registration for the spring semester at Dundalk Community College will be held Jan. 22, 23 and 24. New and returning students can register from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the college's lecture hall area.

Fifty percent of tuition will be due at registration. Students may pay by cash, check, money order or credit card. Spring classes begin Jan. 28. For information, call 285-9800.

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Towson State University is hosting an information night for adults who are considering returning to college. The event, to be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Loch Raven Room of the University Union at TSU, will provide information about TSU programs and services.

For information, call the TSU College of Continuing Studies at 830-3669.

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The New Community College of Baltimore is sponsoring this summer the LPN-RN Bridge Program to assist licensed practical nurses to gain advanced standing in the registered nurse program. Successful completion of this eight-week course will enable the LPN to enter the second year of the nursing program and graduate at the end of the year.

The application deadline is Jan. 8. Interested licensed practical nurses should contact Mrs. Gertrude Hodges, RN., M.A., coordinator of the New CCB nursing program at 396-7933 for information.

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Towson State University graduates can take a course at TSU for less than one-fourth of the regular tuition cost through the Alumni Course Audit Program.

TSU graduates can sign up for courses on an audit basis (no academic credit), in the following areas: dance, elementary education, English, history, mass communication, nursing, occupational therapy, philosophy, political science, psychology, sociology and anthropology.

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