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Events

All events occur in the Non-Traditional Student Lounge, Cornish Hall, Room 1221

(unless otherwise noted) 

 

Wednesday, October 1-Tuesday, November 25: BELIEVE, Write a letter to Santa and place it in one of the drop-boxes around campus.  For each letter collected, NTSO will give to Macy's. In turn, Macy's will donate $1 to the Make-a-Wish Foundation.

Friday, October 31: Halloween Luncheon, 11:30 a.m. - 1: 30 p.m.  Stop by for some hot soups and a sandwich.  Have a gooly good time! Sponsored by the NTSO.

Monday, November 3: Too Many Hats and Too Little Time, 9 a.m.  Being an adult student with many other responsibilities can be stressful!  Cathy and Steve Smith (Health Promotioins Office and Counseling Center) will host this informal discussion with other adult students.

Tuesday, November 4: Pizza and Wings Luncheon, 12-2 p.m.  The Non-Traditional Student Organization (NTSO) will be hosting a pizza and wings luncheon.  Stop by to have lunch, for free, and meet other adult students.  Soft drinks and cookies will also be provided.

Tuesday, November 4: New Non-Traditional Student Registration Q & A Session, 3:30 p.m.  Registration is right around the corner.  Stop by with your questions for advisors from Advisement and Transition.  Cornish Hall, Room 1310.

Wednesday, November 5: Non-Traditional Student Oganization Meet and Greet!  11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.  Stop by when you can to learn more about the Non-Traditional Student Organization.  Meet the NTSO officers while enjoying some free snacks.

Wednesday, November 5: Advisement and Registration Walk-In (Extended Hours), 4:30-6 p.m. The office will be open late to answer any last minute registration questions you may have.  Advisement and Transition office, Memorial Library, Room A-111.

Thursday, November 6: Sandwich Seminar - Building a Classroom for the Student Juggler, 12-1 p.m.  Members of the campus community are invited to share strategies and ideas for assisting and empowering our student jugglers.  Join us for this interactive session.  Brockway Hall, Jacobus Lounge.

Thursday, November 6: Planetarium Show, 5 p.m.  Come see the starts in our newly renovated Planetarium!  Bowers Hall

Friday, November 7: Thank Goodness It's Not Monday! Muffins, 9-11 a.m.  We made it to Friday and now the NTSO wants to celebrate the fact it isn't Monday any longer! Stop by for some muffins and coffee.

Monday, November 10: Non-Traditional Student Focus Group, 4 p.m., Cornish 1304.  Share your tips with other adult students. What works for you? What doesn't work? We want to hear from you!

Saturday, May 5: The BIG Event, Details coming soon.  Co-sponsored by the NTSO.

Some events offered for non-traditional students in the past:  

  • Non-Traditional Students Week
  • Family Event: End-of-the-Year Picnic
  • Yoplait Yogurt Lid Collection to benefit  Susan G. Komen for the Cure.
  • Family Event: Spring into Fun
  • Non-Trads on Ice
  • Celebrate-a-Non-Trad Campaign
  • "How Are You Doing?" informal chat sessions
  • Library Tours
  • Relay for Life Team
  • Canned Food Drive
  • "Pop-the Top" soda can tab drive for the Ronald McDonald House
  • Family Event: Bowling at Cort-Lanes 
  • Ice Cream Socials
  • Social Gatherings at local area restaurants
  • Dessert Receptions
  • Family Event: Rock Climbing Wall
  • Sandwich Seminar: "Who Are Our Non-Trads?"
  • Scholarship Information Sessions

Events are organized in cooperation with the Non-Traditional Students' Organization and the Advisement and Transition Office.

Let us know what your needs are, and we will plan events that meet your interests. Information sessions facilitated by faculty and staff about topics of interest to current non-traditional students can be offered.

 Pictures from End-of-the-Year Picnics hosted by the NTSO

 

 For general questions, please contact the Advisement and Transition Office.