BRATTLEBORO -- Union Institute & University (UI&U), a non-profit, accredited, private university offering flexible degree programs designed for engaged and busy adults, will host an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 23, at the Brattleboro Academic Center, 3 University Way in Brattleboro. Light refreshments will be available.
Prospective students will hear from a panel of students, alumni, and faculty as they share their perspectives and experiences at UI&U. Faculty and staff will be available to answer questions about the following concentrations offered through the Bachelor of Arts program, including Arts, Writing & Literature; Education, Environmental Studies & Sustainability; Global Studies, History & Culture; Psychology & Human Development, and a Self-Designed option. Information will also be available regarding the undergraduate and post-baccalaureate Teacher Licensure track. Attendees can also learn about how financial aid options.
"At UI&U, we are committed to opening doors. Those who thought their goals were out of reach have been surprised again and again after hearing about what our programs offer," says Lindsay Guido, enrollment counselor for the B.A. Weekend Program. "They often voice concerns about not being able to find classes that meet their interests, not having the time to go to school, or not having the finances to support their education. This program offers the flexibility adult students need to
UI&U offers a liberal transfer policy that grants credits for college-level (through work and life experiences) in an effort to bring adult students that much closer to achieving their degree.
Union Institute & University’s Brattleboro programs are located in the Vermont Agricultural and Education Center (VABEC) on Old Guilford Road in Brattleboro.
For more information about the Brattleboro B.A. program or to sign up for this event, contact Lindsay Guido at 802-257-9411 or email@example.com.
For more information about Union Institute & University, visit www.myunion.edu.