Relevancy for Adult Learners in Student Activities


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Author
Martha Harper

Published
October 25, 2017


The new traditional student on campus is an adult learner with intersectional identities and often raising children. How do university Student Life departments support this population and what can be done to raise awareness about these students and the diversity they bring to campus life?

You are invited to join the Adult Learners and Students with Children Knowledge Community for our

Quarterly Friday Forum: Supporting Adult Learners in Student Activities and Other Habitats on Campus.

Friday November 3rd, 12:00pm Central Standard Time  

ALSC KC Quarterly Forums are an opportunity offered by our knowledge community for all NASPA members to engage in dialogue about adult learners and students with children. The format is a phone call in an open discussion space. So mark your calendar, grab your lunch, shut your door and enjoy a little conversation with your colleagues across the country. We would love to have you there.

Call Number 515-739-1015   At the prompt enter the meeting ID. 520-858-503


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