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Bryant & Stratton College Opens Children’s College
Bryant & Stratton College Opens Children’s College
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Date/Time
Thursday, August 15th, 2013
12:00 am

Location
Bryant & Stratton College

Bryant & Stratton College is opening a Children’s College at its Wauwatosa Campus at 10950 W. Potter Road which will offer Bryant & Stratton students a unique program for their children while they attend classes.

The Children’s College will be a safe and nurturing environment for children ages 3-12, will promote learning and provide hands-on enrichment activities.  The new Children’s College will operate Monday through Saturday during scheduled classes. The campus is planning an open house for Thursday, August 15.

The Children’s College will be available to enrolled students during their scheduled classes. Some of the programs at the Children’s College include classes in technology, art, dance, theater, nutrition and health. The cost will be  $1,000 per term for full-time students (12 or more credits), $600 for part-time students and emergency hourly rates will be available on a limited basis. In the inaugural term of the Children’s College, Bryant & Stratton College is awarding grants of $600 and $800 to continuing and new full-time students, significantly reducing the cost for the fall term.

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