During Non-Traditional Students Week held at SUNY Cortland from Oct. 25 through Nov. 1, 21 students who balance family, jobs and other commitments were recognized for their hard work and commitment.
Non-traditional undergraduate students are defined as those who are at least 24 years old or have had an interruption or delay in their education since high school. Also, they might have dependent children, regardless of their ages.
Faculty, staff and students submitted 31 names, with some students being recognized by more than one person, to the “Celebrate a Non-Trad” campaign. A certificate of recognition and a small gift was given to the following students:
The campaign is co-sponsored by Advisement and Transition and the Non-Traditional Student Organization. For more information, contact Cheryl Hines, coordinator of student outreach and non-traditional student support, advisement and transition, at 607-753-4726.