UW-Green Bay’s “Return to the U” program has yielded a positive response during its first year, and officials are pleased with its prospects moving forward, according to a front-page story in Monday’s (Nov. 28) Green Bay Press-Gazette. A program of Outreach and Adult Access, “Return to the U” is a partnership with Fox Valley Technical College that encourages adults to return to finish their degrees — and offers them specialized support in doing so. Since its inception this summer, “Return to the U” has received about 100 inquiries, and more than a dozen students signed up for fall semester, said Steve VandenAvond, associate provost for Outreach and Adult Access. Read the full story and check out more information on “Return to the U,” click on: Green Bay Press-Gazette and “Return to the U” website.
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