Weber State University will offer two four-year degrees on Utah Valley Community College's campus next fall.

Programs in both elementary education and early childhood education will be available to qualified students.An information meeting will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, April 15, in the UVCC Ballroom. Janice Fauske, elementary education chairwoman at WSU, and Chloe Merrill, early childhood education chairwoman, will discuss the programs and answer questions.

Although students will be attending classes on UVCC's campus, they will be students of WSU and earn a baccalaureate degree from Weber State.

"By bringing four-year programs to UVCC's campus we can enable students to get baccalaureate degrees without leaving the area. These types of programs are especially beneficial to non-traditional students who are tied to families and can't leave the valley to get an education," said Richard Aslett, assistant professor of childhood education/family studies at UVCC.

Students interested in attending the April 15 meeting should pick up a copy of the entrance requirements for WSU education programs and bring copies of their ACT scores (if available) and college transcripts with them to the meeting.

For more information call 222-8000, ext. 228.