Art School for Children continues online this summer at UHCL
This summer, young artists can continue to develop and enrich their skills in cross-curricular art activities from the safety of home. The Art School for Children is offering a fully online curriculum via Zoom. Cost is $30 per household and the materials required to complete each project will be outlined and communicated prior to the start of the class.
For an idea of how previous projects have been taught, like UHCL Art School for Children and Young Adults on Facebook. To register for a project, visit the registration link on the UHCL Art School for Children and Young Adults web page.
Summer registration at UHCL
Continue your program’s coursework online this summer, or begin something new to refresh your job skills. Registration for summer classes at University of Houston-Clear Lake is open and will continue until the deadline, which is Friday, June 5 at 5 p.m. for all methods of payment. Late registration deadline is June 11 at 5 p.m.
Choose from classes in the arts, to sessions in the sciences. Find the class you want in the online class schedule.
RN-to-BSN information session moves to Zoom format
Information for students wishing to enroll in the RN-to-BSN program at University of Houston-Clear Lake Pearland campus can find out all they need during two upcoming virtual sessions to be held May 27 and July 14. Program Director and Assistant Professor of Nursing Karen Alexander said that the information sessions would be live, not pre-recorded, and accessible on Zoom.
“We want students to be able to ask any questions they want, so we are doing it live,” Alexander said. “We will go through a presentation in which we’ll explain our requirements and we will let prospective students see why our program is best.”
She said that students are always closely mentored throughout the program. “We were able to work through the current adverse situation with them very successfully because we had already developed relationships with them in our face-to-face classes,” she said. “It made the transition to online classes this semester much easier. We have learned that establishing relationships and mentoring nurses is what it takes to make our students successful in this program.”