OAK FOREST, Ill. | South Suburban College will be offering a new schedule of general education classes at their Oak Forest Center for the spring 2014 semester beginning Jan. 13.
The Oak Forest Center is near 167th Street and Interstate 57, at 16333 S. Kilbourn Ave.
The Oak Forest Center has primarily been utilized as the home for SSC’s Court Reporting and Paralegal career programs, along with the Emergency Medical Services program (in conjunction with Ingalls Hospital). The new schedule will offer a wider variety of classes to enable both part-time and full-time students to take advantage of the alternate location. The new Oak Forest Center class schedule is as follows:
Building Construction Technology 159
Computer Information Sciences 120, 125, 132, 220, 225
English 101, 102
Management Information Systems 101
Mathematics 095, 100, 115
Building Construction Technology 221
Business 123, 133, 134, 135
Computer Information Sciences 132, 227
Mathematics 095, 100
Open registration for the spring 2014 semester at SSC is in progress. Students who plan to use financial aid as payment must have an official high school or GED transcript on file. Official transcripts must have a school seal and graduation date on them. Transcripts can be hand-delivered to the Admissions Office or mailed to: Office of Admissions, 15800 S. State St., South Holland, IL 60473. If a transcript is hand-delivered it must be in the original sealed, unopened envelope.
New students should visit the Admissions Office in Room 2348 to complete the application form, or download it from www.ssc.edu and fax to (708) 225-5823 along with a current state-issued ID to begin the enrollment process. New students will receive an SSC email account and a “My SSC” username and password via email which will allow access to the online schedule and class registration. The “MY SSC” portal allows students 24-hour access during college closed periods.
For more information about all of SSC’s programs, admissions and registration, visit www.ssc.edu or contact the Admissions Office at (708) 210-5718. Registration services are also available at the Oak Forest Center, which can be reached at (708) 225-6000.