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May 1, 2013

Christina Trombley Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Adult Degree Program Newsletter. I am so pleased to introduce this new vehicle that will keep you connected to the program and the University.

Read Adult Degree Program Director Christina Trombley's Letter... 


In this Issue:
Are You Ready to Graduate After Your Spring or Summer Classes?


Krista Shaw Academic Advisor Krista Shaw's checklist for making sure you have taken care of the steps necessary to graduate. The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay's Spring/Summer Commencement ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2013 at 11:30 a.m. at the Kress Events Center.
See the Checklist...


Advisor's Corner

New "Student Payment Agreement" to Take Effect This Fall


Yes, you have to complete one every semester. Why the heck would we make you do this? Find Out Why...

Fall Scholarships Available

Did you know that the Adult Degree Program has scholarships for which only ADP students can apply? Also, did you know that, as an ADP student you can also apply for any of the scholarships found on the UWGB Financial Aid website? We encourage you to look at all of your scholarship options. Remember - not all scholarships are awarded based upon financial need or a perfect grade point average! Learn More...


Linda Briggs-DineenLearn three important enrollment tips from academic advisor Linda Briggs-Dineen. See the Tips... 



How many times have you asked yourself, "what do I want to be when I grow up?" You are never too old to ask that question! Finding your place in the world can take a lifetime of soul-searching, but the journey will be worth your time. Learn More... 


Faculty Features and Tips

Helpful Tips for Success in Online Courses 


Stacie Christian As a faculty member who teaches online courses for two universities and who also is taking online courses, Stacie Christian shares five tips for students who want to enhance their overall experience while taking an online course. See Stacie's Tips... 

Whether you live close to campus or far away, the Cofrin Library is here to help you with your research needs.Learn More...

Are you a good candidate for online learning? Can you be successful in a course offered online or are you not sure if it's right for you? The Adult Degree Program has created a new optional, non-credit, FREE online orientation course.

Register for this Course Beginning May 1...

As a tutor helping middle and high school students prepare for college, Kate Hanley walked into a 9th grade classroom to find an essay topic written on the board:

She smiled a confident grin, borrowed a piece of paper from the student next to me, and pulled up a chair. Read More...


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