Still Time to Register for LU Classes

Living University

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Classes for the Fall 2012 semester for Living University begin on August 15th and you can still register:

Living University
Living University classes begin on August 15, and there is still time to enroll in the university and register for classes. But those interested need to do so quickly and order textbooks. That way you will be ready when the semester starts. High school/secondary school students interested in taking LU courses may do so by enrolling in the Dual Enrollment Program. To do so, students must be entering grade 10 or higher. Dual enrollment students can take courses in the Certificate of Biblical Christianity program, along with their regular high school curriculum, at a greatly reduced cost (the equivalent of US$10 per credit hour, plus fees and textbooks). For more information on the dual enrollment program or courses, see the online catalog on the website. For those who have never taken LU courses before, be sure to visit our website at and complete an Application for Admission to the university—this will allow you to register for a class. The website also provides detailed information on our programs, fees, courses, and much more. We encourage you to consider taking a class for credit if you want to work toward a degree or certificate. Or just “audit” a course if you desire the content without the stress of exams and papers. If you have questions, please e-mail or call Ms. Michelle Bottella at, or 704-708-2294.

Living University registration for the Fall 2012 semester can be began at

Living University is essentially an online institution (though some classes in person can sometimes be taken) and is affiliated with the Living Church of God.

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