|Non-traditional students meet Sept. 12|
Please join the non-traditional students for an informal gathering on Fridays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Memorial Union third floor lounge area near the Adult Re-Entry Center. Come to share your campus ideas, experiences, and visit with other students who may be just like you! Occasionally we may have a guest visitor or activity.
On Sept. 12, in conjunction with the Veterans Upward Bound, we will have a guest visitor from the Grand Forks County Veterans Service Office. Barbara Zavala is a Veterans Service Officer and will be available for any questions or conversation regarding veteran benefits.
The Adult Re-Entry Center is part of the Student Success Center and provides student services for the non-traditional students on campus including academic advisement, student advocacy, referrals, and general information on UND services. Assistance and support is available as the non-traditional student navigates the many challenges of returning to college with the goal that the higher education experience will be a rewarding one. Who is a non-traditional student? The term "non-traditional student" is not a label, nor does it entail any special status or privileges. We use the term "non-traditional" to target information to the student who, for a variety of reasons, have circumstances that may make it more difficult to access information on campus. Non-traditional students may include undergraduate or graduate, returning, transfer, international, military veteran, commuter, students with family (spouse, dependents, etc.,) obligations, or working full-time. Our services welcome all students in search of assistance or guidance.