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Adult part-time students and the C.I.C. universities

Robert F. Ray

Adult part-time students and the C.I.C. universities

a study of credit and degree earning opportunities for adults at eleven midwestern universities

by Robert F. Ray

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Published by Division of Continuing Education, University of Iowa in Iowa City [Iowa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adult education -- United States.,
  • Continuing education -- United States.,
  • University extension -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementRobert F. Ray.
    ContributionsUniversity of Iowa. Division of Continuing Education.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18143326M

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Part-time students, those enrolled in daytime credit hours are charged as follows: 3 credit hours at $2, 6 credit hours at $4, 9 credit hours at $6, 11 credit hours at $7, Adult and Continuing Education students, those enrolled in credit hours and attending classes that begin after p.m., are charged $ per credit.

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Number one on College Factual’s list is Excelsior College. Located in Albany, New York, the private college is made up entirely of part-time students— o of them. More than 2, of. A scholarship available to qualified students interested in pursuing a teaching career.

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Each institution has a significant number of adults enrolled, particularly.Numerous issues and questions related to the adult, part-time student are addressed in this research review, especially as they pertain to the community college.

The paper begins by comparing the demographic characteristics of adult learners and non-learners and then points to several sub-populations which might be better served by the community college, for example.