Adults thinking about completing or starting a University of Wisconsin associate or bachelor’s degree are invited to ”There’s a U for You” information session Tuesday, March 25, from 5:00 to 6:45 p.m. at the Cumberland Public Library located at 1305 Second Avenue in Cumberland.
Participants will learn about UW-Barron County degree options to improve workplace skills and career prospects, start a new career, or attain personal or professional goals.
Topics include a free career assessment through the Educational Opportunity Network and a voucher toward UW-BC ReFresh workshops to sharpen math, English and computer skills. Guests will learn about evening courses designed for working adults, and the UW-BC Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences degree with courses on the UW-BC campus and with partner institutions. Other options include collaborative degree completion programs with other campuses in the University of Wisconsin System using various forms of distance education.
For more information about the Cumberland “There’s a U for You” information session contact UW-BC Student Services at 715.234.8176, prompt #1, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. If this time isn’t convenient, customized appointments are available by contacting Deb Neuheisel at 715.234.8176 ext. 5445.