UW System Adult Student Coordinator Sets Info Session at Appleton Public Library
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Adults thinking about starting, or returning to, college are encouraged to stop in at the Appleton Public Library on the Wednesday evenings of August 8 or August 22, to meet Debbie Harris, the UW System Adult Student Coordinator, between 5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Harris will be in the upper level of the library. No appointment is necessary.
Harris can provide information about the wide range of UW System resources available to starting, or returning, adult students. She can share details on academic majors and programs, as well as financial aid, admission requirements, and career advisement.
The UW System has 26 campuses that have a wide range of academic opportunities and schedules that can help adult students match their learning with their lifestyle. For example, locally the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley provides credited course options at convenient times during the day, late afternoon and evening. Students can earn a bachelor’s degree without ever leaving the UWFox campus in Menasha.
The new “Accelerated Learning Program” at UWFox offers a new course every five weeks, with fall semester classes starting in September.
The Appleton Public Library is located at 225 N. Oneida St. For more information about adult education opportunities in the UW System or Harris’ appearance at the Appleton Public Library, contact Harris at 920-832-0113, email firstname.lastname@example.org.