Celebrate Nontraditional Student Recognition Week through Nov. 9
In recognition of nontraditional student success, Nontraditional Student Recognition Week will be celebrated on our campus the week of Nov. 9. The Student Success Center’s Adult Re-Entry program encourages all faculty and staff to be supportive of nontraditional students on campus.
To show our support and appreciation, the following activities have been scheduled during nontraditional students in conjunction with the Adult Re-Entry program during national recognition week.
Nontraditional Student Winner
Congratulations to Michael Jordan! He is this year’s Nontraditional Student of the Year. Jordan was awarded a $500 scholarship to be used in the Spring semester and will receive the annual Nontraditional Student Recognition Award at the Memorial Union Leadership Award Ceremony in May.
Thursday, Nov. 7, 10 a.m. to noon, Memorial Union 3rd floor lounge ― Coffee, Cookies & Conversation
Coffee, Cookies & Conversation is an event that is held throughout the semester specifically for Nontraditional Students. Staff, faculty and traditional students are also welcome to attend. The event is an informal gathering of nontraditional students on Thursdays. Coffee and cookies will be provided. We hope to see you there!
Thursday, Nov. 7, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Memorial Union ― Veterans Information Fair
The Adult Re-Entry program will have a table at the information fair. Jessica Rosencrans, Adult Re-Entry coordinator, will be available to assist service members with general questions regarding nontraditional students, programs, and events.
Nontraditional Student Recognition Week is an annual event celebrated in conjunction with the national Association of Nontraditional Students in Higher Education (ANTSHE) during the first full week in November.
Please take advantage of these opportunities scheduled during national Nontraditional Student Recognition Week!
-- Jessica Rosencrans, Adult Re-Entry coordinator, Student Success Center, 777.2117, jessica.rosencrans@UND.edu.