Nov. 25, 2013: Meet with Clarke University financial aid department experts during an open house for its Timesaver Adult Degree Programs on Tuesday, Dec. 10, from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in the Wahlert Atrium on the Clarke campus.
At the open house event, attendees can learn about financial aid options and have any questions answered. They can also chat one-on-one with Clarke faculty, discuss career opportunities, receive an advanced appraisal of transfer credit, and tour the Clarke campus.
Clarke’s Timesaver program has been educating adults for 27 years. Unique to the program is its hybrid delivery format, which provides a blend of classroom-based and online instruction. Classes meet one night per week and are supplemented with weekly online instruction. Classes are structured in eight-week sessions, allowing students to progress at a full- or part-time pace, dependent upon their comfort level. The format provides personal contact with faculty and classmates – a hallmark of a Clarke education – while maximizing individual flexibility.
Several areas of study are offered in the Timesaver format including undergraduate degrees in business administration, communication, computer information systems, psychology, religious studies, RN-to-BSN nursing, supervision and leadership, and information technology. Graduate degrees offered in the Timesaver format include Master of Organizational Leadership (MOL) and Master of Business Administration (MBA). The Timesaver program offers students the opportunity to earn credit for experiential learning.
RSVP is not required, but RSVPs received by Dec. 6 will be eligible for a door prize drawing. For more information, call 563(588-6610) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Clarke University is a Catholic, liberal arts and sciences university dedicated to preparing students who positively impact their workplace, family and community. Academic offerings include more than 40 undergraduate liberal arts and pre-professional programs, a robust adult degree program and six graduate degree programs. The Clarke Crusaders compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) with 16 varsity teams. Founded in 1843 by the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Clarke is located near the Mississippi River in the thriving city of Dubuque, Iowa. It is the only BVM university in the country.