ARCHIVE ‘Non-Traditional College Students’ CATEGORY

February 6, 2012

Applying for Scholarships: Worth the Effort

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Returning to school as an adult learner and a mother of two young children offered up a host of challenges I would need to overcome if I was to succeed. Along with the academic anxiety I was already feeling, the cost of tuition, books and supplies was a huge concern for me. I assumed I’d […]

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January 30, 2012

Mom or Dad as College Student: Why You’re a Great Example for Your Kids

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Since I’ve had kids, I’ve cleaned up my act. OK—my act was never that unclean to begin with, but what I mean is that just about everything I do or say in front of my two impressionable young ones first starts with me asking myself these two questions: If either of my kids repeats this/retells […]

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January 25, 2012

Community College Art Students Team With Veterans Returning to College

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Front Range printmaking students and their instructor have created works of art for an online gallery that stems from a unique perspective: veterans returning to college. Yvette M. Pino, an Army veteran who returned from duty in Iraq and enrolled as an art student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, founded the Veteran Print Project. She found herself becoming

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January 23, 2012

Renovation at Community College in Westminster Gives Students Easy Access to Services They Need

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The Front Range Community College campus in Westminster opened a new front door to students this year, and students like it. One new student, in fact, took the time to email our president, Andy Dorsey, about the new Westminster Campus Student Services Center. “I was very pleased to discover the new ‘admin hub’ that you […]

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