A great spring semester is lined up. The ANTS Center along with other collaborators will host several opportunities for Adult and Nontraditional students to come together both socially and academically.
CoffeeBRAKES are open houses at the ANTS Center (MUC 112) featuring guest organizations and departments that can answer questions and help you get involved. Come down to the Center for free coffee and Breakfast treats while they last, on the following dates.
Wednesday Mar. 5 guest hosted by the Felix G. Woodward Library
Thursday April 10 guest hosted by the Disability Support Office
The Nontraditional Student Luncheons are also back!
The next one will be Wednesday March 26th from 12-1pm in MUC 312. Janet Velazquez will be on hand to discuss Career Planning, and multiple ways that Adult students can manage to take advantage of Career Services.
The GOVERNOR'S BALL will be back for the third annual year. This year's theme is Masquerade! Think eye masks and formal attire like Phantom of the Opera! This formal event includes a catered dinner, DJ, and Photos. Open to all students and guests from the Clarksville Community
March 29th MUC Ballroom
Tickets on Sale now in the ANTS Center MUC 112
$25 single ticket $40 for a pair. Ticket deadline is March 21st. Get them quick!
Austin Peay State University has long enjoyed the advantages of having a large adult population on our campus and in our classrooms. The terms Adult Learner and Nontraditional Student have specific applications in higher education but they can be confusing, because after all, aren't we all adults? Aren't we all different and college is the place to be unconventional! So, what is a nontraditional student?
The Adult and Nontraditonal Student Center has a computer lab, coffee, tea, refrigerator, and large screen television for relaxing and eating lunch in a congenial environment. Staff are on hand to answer questions and help facilitate the college experience for Adult and Nontraditional Students.
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