STILLWATER, Okla. –– Graduates of the Paralegal Course are singing high praise
for the program offered by Oklahoma State University’s Correspondence Education
(CE) and the Center for Legal Studies. Online classes begin August 24, 2015, and
registration is now open at www.legalstudies.com.
“Students mention being surprised by how the internet class offers a feeling
of closeness and attention that a LIVE course can provide,” said Evelyn Ferchau,
OSU Correspondence Education manager. “Awarded top honors, the user-friendly structure
also allows Pre-Paras the study-freedom they need to pair their already busy lifestyles
with their continuing education goals.”
Other positives mentioned were: the knowledgeable instructors, the efficiency
of the course and the tuition price.
Students who have become certified through the CLS programs have job offers in
a variety of fields, Ferchau said.
These include in real estate; in judicial roles working directly for judges and
public defenders; in government agencies—such as Obamacare and the Central Intelligence
Agency (CIA), even in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); and in the nursing
field—focusing on medical insurance, medical practices and hospital procedures.
Students also find jobs in thousands of large corporations as well as in the ever-growing
home health care industry.
“Students are working for non-profits, international law firms, small businesses
and boutique law firms. NGO’s (non-government organizations) such as The Red Cross,
Save the Children and other environmental and educational causes find CLS graduates
especially useful,” she said. “Graduates are making a median of 46K/annual salary.
Their career experiences encompass being a strong supportive figure—maintaining
files, preparing affidavits, creating documents, writing contracts, assisting with
depositions and interviews while offering a variety of legal assistance in specified
To learn more, go to: www.legalstudies.com and click on the state of Oklahoma,
or call 1-800-522-7737.
To see a full list of classes offered through OSU Correspondence Education visit
the website http://ce.okstate.edu.
STILLWATER, Okla. – The Division of International Studies and Outreach at Oklahoma
State University is excited to announce Allegro will be performing April 17 at 7
p.m. in the Seretean Center.
Allegro is a group of musicians from Tecnologico de Monterrey made up of high
school, undergraduate and graduate students. This will be the groups fifth year
to perform at OSU.
“The Division of International Studies and Outreach is honored to host them once
again and to build university relations with Technologico de Monterrey through dance
and music,” said David Henneberry, associate vice president for the DISO.
This event is free to the public and all community members are invited to attend
as well as students, faculty and staff.