Dundalk expands in computers

July 28, 1991

The fall semester at Dundalk Community College is offering a comprehensive array of career training using the latest technology.

DCC's Computer Information Systems program has expanded its capabilities with the addition of an IBM AS-400 mini-computer system. The updated computer system results from a $100,000 challenge grant awarded to DCC by the State of Maryland.

For the first time, DCC is also offering beginning, intermediate and advanced Statistical Analysis System courses to the public. Previously, SAS courses had only been designed on a customized basis for business and industry. For further information regarding new and revised CIS offerings, call Dick McKelvie, director of the CIS program at Dundalk Community College, 285-9615.

Early registration at Dundalk Community College is under way for new and returning students. Open registration will be held on Aug. 26, 27, 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 5 to 8 p.m. New and returning students can register from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 5 to 8 p.m. in the college's Lecture Hall area. Fall classes begin Wednesday, Sept. 4. For a course schedule or

further information, call 285-9800.

This fall, more than 100 retired and semi-retired adults will pursue social,travel,cultural, and educational interests as members of the Evergreen Society.

Established by the Johns Hopkins School of Continuing Studies in 1986, the Evergreen Society offers members study/discussion groups,workshops, field trips, cultural activities, and varied lunchtime programs.

Classes are taught by faculty drawn from Hopkins, the community,and experienced Evergreen members. Members attend programs in Baltimore at the Grace United Methodist Church or at the School of Continuing Studies Columbia Center.

The fall program begins on Oct. 8. For more information and to receive a membership application, call the School of Continuing Studies at 338-7428.

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