New Year’s resolutions to lose weight and exercise more are quite popular. However, self-improvement goals that transform your mind and career can be even more rewarding as those that strengthen your body. Fortunately, getting started on a goal of a college degree is fairly easy and there is still time to apply for spring semester classes at UW-Washington County. While class selection may not be ideal, students are accepted up until the start of classes on Monday, January 27. In addition to traditional classes at the campus in West Bend, the Washington Express evening program allows working adults to attend classes two evenings a week. The Express program is available in three locations, including Hartford, Grafton and Beaver Dam. Online classes from the comfort of your own home, provide a third option. UW-WC offers freshmen and sophomore classes in more than 250 majors, as well as small class sizes. At UW-WC, several non-degree courses are available in English, mathematics and study skills. These courses taken during your first semester will help you build confidence and get back in the swing of things, which could be perfect for someone looking to stay close to home to save on money before transferring to a four year college. Potential students will need to complete the application process, which can be done online or in person. The application fee is $44. You will also need a high school transcript, and if you are younger than age 21, recent ACT or SAT scores. For more about UW-WC and class enrollment call the Student Affairs office at 262- 335-5201.