Non-Traditional Student Week
Each year MVCC celebrates our non-traditional students by participating in the National Non-Traditional Student Week. Held the first full week of November, this week aims to recognize the non-traditional (non-traditional is defined as anyone over the age of 25, single parents, veterans, or those who work full-time) student population.
During this time, MVCC hosts a variety of activities on both campuses exclusively for non-traditional students. In previous years we have honored our students with free coffee and halfmoons, provided information about other services on and off campus, and created workshops to assist them in their studies. This week typically culminates in a free dinner where adults and their families can dine together.
Spirit of Service Award 2013
The Adult Learner Services Office would like to honor a professor at MVCC who has made an impact on adult students. The Spirit of Service Award will be given out to a faculty member as a part of Non-Traditional Student Week where we celebrate our adult learners on campus. If you are interested in nominating a faculty member, it doesn’t matter whether they teach full or part time.
Submission period has passed.
We are pleased to announce Mr. Tim Thomas, Instructor in the STEM Center as our 2013 Spirit of Service recipient.
Love to Write?
Enter our second annual Non-Traditional Student Week Essay Contest!
Subject: What does earning an education from MVCC mean to you as an adult student?
Guidelines: All responses should be typed and 12 point, Times New Roman or Arial font. Length should be approximately 750 to 1,000 words.
Submissions: All submissions should be made via e-mail as an attachments to email@example.com
Deadline: Friday, November 1st
Celebration Dinner - Utica Campus
Nov 8, 2013, 5:30 PM
Location: ACC Commons
Celebrate the week with dinner for you and a guest. We will be awarding our second annual Spirit of Service award and announce the winners of the essay conest. Special guest speaker Dean of the Center for Languauge and Learning Design, Dr. Jennifer Boulanger will address the crowd.
TICKETS AVAILABLE THROUGH NOV 1st or UNTIL SOLD OUT
UTICA CAMPUS: Adult Learner Services Office, PH 104b
ROME CAMPUS: Student Activities Office, Plumley Complex