In the Dec. 10 TimesLedger Newspapers letter “Qns. College shouldn’t cancel key courses for low enrollment,” Teresa Lawrence, who is enrolled in our Continuing Education Program, cited her difficulty in registering for the last class she needs to obtain her EKG certificate.
As head of the college’s CE program, I want to assure her this course will be offered this spring, even if she is the only student in the class.
At Queens College, our obligation is always first and foremost to serve the students.
Queens College Continuing Education Program
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