According to official Spring 2020 enrollment data, student credit hours for KU Edwards Campus-administered programs are up 4.9% compared to Spring 2019, with the largest increase coming from undergraduate programs.
Two World War II veterans provide rare insight into the Battle of the Bulge during a KU Osher Lifelong Learning Institute course covering its 75th anniversary. The men share about their road to the battle, their personal stories, life after the war and reflections on Veterans Day.
Valery Villarroel, BBA student, and Roxanne Sabatino, senior recruiting manager at CBIZ MHM, share the power of building your network, taking risks and seeking out career opportunities as a nontraditional student.
Adult learners, often referred to as “nontraditional students” have specific goals, questions and concerns when considering going back to school. Here are some of the most common ones and resources to help address each.
Jim Peters, director of the University of Kansas Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, will retire in September after leading the institute for nearly eight years, expanding it's programming to 29 sites in 16 cities and deepening partnerships with organizations across Kansas.
Independence School District Superintendent Dale Herl, Metropolitan Community College Chancellor Kimberly Beatty and KUEC Vice Chancellor David Cook celebrate a proclamation of intent for a new Degree in 3 partnership on May 6 at the KU Edwards Campus. High school students in ISD can earn a bachelor’s degree from KU in only three years.