Returning Adult Students
Adults decide to return to college for a variety of reasons, from including career advancement to or personal enrichment. Whatever your motivation might be, UWFox is committed to your success as you begin or continue working toward your college degree.
Adult learners ages 22 and older (often called returning adult or non-traditional students) make up approximately one-third of the student population at UWFox. As you consider your educational options, we would like to introduce some of the services and programs available on campus.
Adult Students Information Sessions
Tuesday, April 2, 2013, 4:30 - 6 p.m.
Monday, July 29, 2013, 4:30 - 6 p.m.
- One-to-one assistance in the application and admission process
- Financial aid and scholarship help
- Individualized career and academic planning
- Evening hours available to meet with the adult student coordinator
- Morning, afternoon, or evening class times
- Distance education options including online courses
- Free tutoring and study skills help
Links for Students
- Association for Nontraditional Students (ANTS )
- Applying to UWFox
- Degree Options
- Certificate Programs
- FastTrack Degree
- Campus Bookstore
- Career Services
- Child Care Services
- Course Timetables
- Faculty and Staff Directory
- Financial Aid & Scholarships
- Learning Center
- New Student Orientation Slides (PPT)
- UW System Information for Adult Learners
For questions or additional information regarding returning adult students, please contact:
Tammy Brunette, Adult Student Coordinator