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Byron Community College’s Term 2 is open for enrolments!

If you saw the images on social media, you’d be forgiven for wondering if Byron Community College was still shovelling mud out of their Mullum campus courtyard.

However, beyond the clean-up and behind the scenes, monumental levels of reorganisation have occurred, and the college’s diverse adult education programs are now on offer.

The administration team and 98 per cent of courses have been relocated to the Byron campus, while the Mullum campus remains closed to the public for the time being. 

This term’s program isn’t being printed, so don’t wait for it to to arrive in your newspaper in the coming days.

Vicki Walker, Course Coordinator at the College, says, ‘A huge part of the juggle means having to be flexible.This term, our program is only available online on our website, where you can also look into all the courses in greater detail’.

All term 2 general courses are available at 50 per cent off the full fee (with conditions) for anyone who has been affected by the floods, thanks to the Northern Rivers Flood Relief Fund.

Call 02 6684 3374 or visit www.byroncollege.org.au for more info.

Krista Fuller is marketing officer at the college.

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