The Adult Degree Program (ADP) provides learning opportunities tailored for persons other than full-time day students. The mission of the program is to extend the University’s instructional offerings to working people, in times and formats that are convenient for persons with daytime commitments.
Differing in format and philosophy from conventional programs for traditional college students, each ADP area of study gives adults an opportunity to complete a college degree and to obtain new skills for job advancement. This program is ideal for mature, highly motivated, self-disciplined students who have strong academic backgrounds and desire to expedite baccalaureate completion.
An academic year includes fall, spring and summer semesters. Students normally take from 3 to 12 credit hours per semester. Refer to Course Loads in the Academic Information Section of this catalog for limits. Courses are typically offered in 8-week terms. There are two (2) eight-week sessions of classes available to students in each semester, including summer. Students may select from courses offered on weeknights or weekends. Some majors may include courses that are taught only in a 15-week format.
Your Admissions Officer will be Rakia Naze. You may reach her at (904) 256-7004 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your ADP adivsor will be Michelle Green. You may reach her at (904) 256-7460 or
If you will be using military benefits, your benefits counselor will be Mike Mitchell. You may reach him at (904) 256-7638, or email@example.com.