Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs works with these populations around their specialized needs to assist in their transition to college and support them in their academic goals, success, and retention. The office collaborates with key university and external partners to provide services, resources and programs that address the specific needs of this student population.
Visit Adult Services, Veteran Services and Commuter Services to explore our programs and activities separated by each population. The office also works to create an environment that encourages and nurtures student engagement in campus life. While our primary focus is to advocate on behalf of adult, veteran or commuter students, we also provide opportunities for meaningful participation in the university community.
Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs executes a number of intentional programs and services to positively impact retention and success of these populations.
This includes mid-term check-ins for Veterans, Adult Student Success Map in Blue Star, special stop-out returning student scholarships and more. Jackson Blvd.11th Floor, Room 11007p: 312.362.5656e: [email protected], Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs Lincoln Park Student Center2250 N.
Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs operates the Student Resource Center. Our programs and services for these students include community building events, academic support, social networking and a strong network of partners for service referrals.
This Loop space on the 11th Floor of De Paul Center (1 East Jackson Blvd.) serves as a one-stop resource referral and service desk for students to navigate Student Affairs offices and other university services. From welcoming new students to congratulating new graduates, Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs celebrates our students and provides opportunities for meaningful connections for our entire population and various sub-groups In addition to the Adult Student Center, students can find other academic support and resources through our workshops, resource referrals, financial assistance and other academic programs.
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The Student Resource Center also facilitates movie ticket discounts, promo table requests, poster approvals, and more. Learn about scholarships, participate in skill-building workshops or connect with learning resources through Adult Student services.
Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs assists these populations in their transition to college and supports them in achieving their educational goals.
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