Fall applications being accepted for bachelor’s degree programs at LTCC
May 21, 2017
The application and registration process for Sierra Nevada College's bachelor's degree completion program on the Lake Tahoe Community College (LTCC) campus is open for fall and later applicants.
Open houses are scheduled through August for prospective students to meet faculty and learn about the programs. SNC Tahoe opened the center on LTCC's campus in 2016. Eligible students will be able to pursue programs in Global Business Management, Psychology, Elementary Education, and Ski Business Resort Management at the center this fall.
The partnership between SNC Tahoe and LTCC brings an affordable, four-year degree option to LTCC's campus. The program is designed for students who wish to earn a bachelor's degree without having to leave South Lake Tahoe. Open houses will be held on the following dates, offering students the opportunity to preview the programs or even apply for immediate acceptance:
Wednesday, May 17, 6-7 p.m. at LTCC (Inside the main lobby)
Thursday, June 15, 6-7 p.m. at LTCC (Inside the main lobby)
Tuesday, July 11, 6-7 p.m. at Tahoe Mountain Lab (3079 Harrison Ave. #12, South Lake Tahoe)
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Tuesday, August 15, 6-7 p.m. at LTCC (Inside the main lobby)
Transfer students accepted into the SNC@LTCC program will pay just $382 per credit, with the possibility of completing upper-division requirements in as little as two years for under $17,000. This figure doesn't include scholarship and other financial aid opportunities. Students still completing undergraduate work can "dual enroll" at both LTCC and SNC. SNC Tahoe also offers online courses for flexible scheduling. SNC Tahoe's main campus is in Incline Village. For more information, go to SierraNevada.edu/LTCC or call 775-831-1314.
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