We told you recently about an innovative new program, “Return to the U,” that encourages adults to come back and finish their degrees. This partnership between UW-Green Bay and Fox Valley Technical College kicked off in earnest earlier this month as officials sent 3,500 letters to people who have earned some credits at UWGB — but who, for one reason or another, didn’t complete their degrees. “Return to the U” helps prospective students assess their readiness to come back, along with providing tools — such as alumni mentors — to ease the transition. Read the Press-Gazette article.
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