General Studies

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Our program, which results in a BA in General Studies, is specifically designed to meet the educational goals of mature adults in a format and structure compatible with adult responsibilities. We are exceptionally well-suited to serve the education needs of adults who cannot access university coursework in a traditional manner. We offer an accommodating schedule, with a variety of ways to take courses. For example, working adults are not required to come to campus to take their courses. Additionally, students have access to advisors via e-mail, telephone, fax or personal appointments. We also offer the opportunity for students to develop a portfolio for the assessment of college-level knowledge earned outside the traditional classroom. Finally, students have the option of earning up to two minors. We know you have goals, and we'd like to help you accomplish them. Let our staff help you as you continue your educational pursuit. Don't let your dreams slip away! Now is the time to take that next step! Apply Now!


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Hours Required

minimum of 120

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Please visit our website at for scholarship opportunities.

Scholarship Listing

Angel Annual Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students
BGS Degree Completion Scholarship
Brenda Edgar Scholarship For Women
Eileen and Reuben Seltzer Scholarship for Adult Learners
Habeeb Habeeb Annual Scholarship for Non-Traditional Students
Ivan W. & Mabel Blum Weaver Scholarship
Robert A. Pringle Memorial Sch
Robert Thomas Lynch, Virginia Gwin Lynch & Robert William Unger Scholarship
Rory and Gail Heltsley Steidl Scholarship
School of Continuing Education Alumni Endowment
School of Continuing Education Staff Scholarship
William C. Hine Continuing Education Adult Scholarship

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Department of General Studies, Blair Hall 2138
Contact Name: Kimberly Redfern
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