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Extended Studies launches new Web site.

Division of Extended Studies launches new Web site

Contact: Tonya Lowentritt


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Southeastern’s Division of Extended Studies has launched a new Web site. Those responsible for the new site are, from left, Tom Dawsey, extended studies coordinator of special projects, and Southeastern students Branan Steib and Nicole Hilliard.

     HAMMOND – The Division of Extended Studies at Southeastern Louisiana University has launched its newly designed Web site. The new site, has an updated and user friendly layout that will allow the division to better serve students, faculty and the community across three locations: Hammond, Mandeville, and Walker.
Developed by Branan Steib with assistance from Nicole Hilliard, both Southeastern students, the site provides details about the various program offerings through Extended Studies. 
     “Extended Studies covers a wide range of programs from leisure courses, workforce and professional development programs to summer activities for children,” said Tom Dawsey, coordinator of special projects for Southeastern’s Extended Studies. “The new web site has exciting features such as on-line registration forms, the Continuing U electronic catalog, e-news subscription button and links to the Extended Studies’ Facebook and Twitter pages.” 
     The site will also post the university’s academic credit courses available through distance learning and at off-campus sites. The electronic courses, delivered via Internet, compressed video and the Southeastern Channel, can be found on the new site, which also contains all credit courses offered in Mandeville’s St.Tammany Center and the Livingston Parish Literacy and Technology Center in Walker.
     “With the new site, Extended Studies will be in a position to provide more information about upcoming courses. We are excited for our enhanced ability to market and provide life-long learning opportunities, which continues to be our number one goal,” Dawsey said. 
     For more information, contact the Division of Extended Studies at 1-800-256-2771 or

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