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Information Sessions for Adult Students
Mohawk Valley Community College will host an Adult Student Information Session on Tuesday, Oct. 28, in Payne Hall on the college’s Utica Campus.
The evening session will begin with a campus tour at 5:15 p.m., followed by the program at 6. It will provide information on Admissions and the application process, academic programs, MVCC’s Adult Learner Services Office, and financial aid, scholarships, and more. Attendees are encouraged to register online at www.mvcc.edu/infosessions or by calling 315-792-5326. Walk-ins are also welcome.
“More than 1,776 of our students are 25 or older, and they accomplish all kinds of things at MVCC,” says Dan Ianno, Director of Admissions. “Some are here to quickly earn a degree that will help them change careers. Others need a course or two to perform better or be promoted in their current jobs. Still others are dislocated workers or adults finishing a college degree they started years ago. Whatever they need, our adult learners find degree programs and support services tailor-made for them at MVCC.”
For more information about the Adult Information Session, call Janet Visalli, Director of Adult Learner Services, at 315-792-5326, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a complete list of upcoming MVCC admission events, visit www.mvcc.edu/infosessions.
You are making an important decision by bringing education to the forefront of your life! Mohawk Valley Community College and the Adult Learner Services office are here to assist you on your path to your educational goal. Whether you are returning to education after a long break or entering college for the first time, we hope that your time here as a student will be one that will change your life.
Join the over 36,000 alumni who have already achieved their dream and are practicing professionals in their field of choice!
You are not alone!
Each year approximately 1800 students over the age of 25 choose to enroll at MVCC. Our students are parents, dislocated workers, veterans, GED recipients, Non-native English speakers, senior citizens and so much more! Within each of us exists the ability to be a student regardless of our age or life circumstance.