Student Living will host Mike Domitrz, founder of The Center for Respect, for a presentation on consent, bystander intervention and addressing sexual assault on Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. in Stolkin Auditorium, Physics Building. In the program titled “Can…
UC Celebrates Non-Traditional Student Week
University College Celebrates National Non-traditional Student Recognition Week
University Colleges recognizes and appreciates our non-traditional students. They bring a unique perspective to the classroom and make valuable contributions to campus life. University College serves more than 6,000 part-time and summer students
during each calendar year, with courses tailored to busy lives that often include families, jobs and responsibility for aging parents. Some 350 students complete their part-time studies through UC each year, and many participate in the University’s Commencement ceremony in May as well as UC’s Commencement Celebration in Hendricks Chapel.
To celebrate National Non-traditional Student Recognition Week, please stop by University College and pick up a complementary thermal lunch bag—a handy item for your life “on the go.” On behalf of Bea González, dean of University College, the staff and faculty, we congratulate our students on their commitment to their
studies, desire for advancement and dedication to lifelong learning.
Contact Person: Eileen Jevis