Park University offers option for students considering gap year

Posted 6/16/20

To support concerns of current college students considering taking a year off from their current college/university due to health anxieties related to the coronavirus, and as a way to ease the …

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Park University offers option for students considering gap year

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To support concerns of current college students considering taking a year off from their current college/university due to health anxieties related to the coronavirus, and as a way to ease the financial concerns of these students, Park University has launched a gap year initiative.

Park has a campus located at Luke Air Force Base, 7383 N. Litchfield Road, Suite 3114, Glendale (623-935-4424 or email luke@park.edu).

Park University is offering current undergraduate students at colleges/universities across the country to take a year of unlimited online classes for a flat fee of $9,000 during the 2020-21 academic year.

The campaign provides students with health concerns the peace of mind while staying home, a low tuition rate and the ability to stay on course to graduate on schedule.

Park University, which has offered online classes since 1996, provides more than 650-plus courses in an online format and 70 undergraduate degree options. Park’s online classes are offered in an 8-week flexible, accelerated format twice per semester.

To take advantage of this flat fee solution, students must currently attend or have attended a college during the 2019-20 academic year and provide proof of attendance (official transcripts) is required.

Visit park.edu/gapyear or call 888-319-9522.

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