pq.gifThis February, Paul Quinn College will launch a Continuing Education program in an effort to expand its offerings and increase community involvement. Youth programs will focus on academic enhancement, fun and leisure, while adult classes offer personal, cultural and professional enrichment.

Topics for the non-credit courses range from Computer Literacy and Grant Writing to an Entrepreneur Leadership Institute and a review of the Old Testament.  Classes are open to new and returning students, as well as the community at large.

Sessions are to be held once a week in the evenings, late afternoons or on weekends throughout the month of February.   Paul Quinn College is located at 3837 Simpson Road in Dallas.  For more information or a class schedule, please call Dr. Simmons at 214.302.3507 or Raymond Weeks at 214.302.3622 or check out the web site at 

About Paul Quinn College

Paul Quinn College is a four-year private, liberal arts institution.  Founded in Austin, Texas in 1872, by a small group of African Methodist Episcopal Church ministers; the College became the oldest historically black college west of the Mississippi River. Paul Quinn is fully accredited by The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and is one of the thirty-nine member institutions of The United Negro College Fund (UNCF). It was recently selected as the Tom Joyner Foundation School of the Month for April 2007. 



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