Nontraditional Student Week - 2012
Nontraditional Student Week is an annual nationwide celebration of Nontraditional Students in Higher Education. Nontraditional Student Services coordinates events to promote awareness of nontraditional students on campus.
- Monday, November 5 - 6:30 pm - Woodland Theatre, Davies Center
Up Heartbreak Hill
A film produced by PBS, the documentary follows three graduating seniors at a Dine (Navajo) high school who are wrestling with the difficult choice of leaving home to go to college. Free, but a non-perishable food donation is suggested. Sponsored by SPROUT (Student Parents Reaching Out) and the Native American Student Association.
- Wednesday, November 7 - Noon to 1:00 pm - OL 1128
Financial Literacy Presentation
Adrian Klenz, financial literacy specialist, will present on the Western Dairyland Financial Literacy Program; a free program with one on one counseling in financial management skills. No need to register, just stop by the workshop to hear Adrian explain the program and answer any questions you may have.
- Thursday, November 8 - Noon to 1:00 pm - Ho-Chunk Room, Davies Center
"Freedom Honor Flight"
The Student Affairs Professional Development Committee Presents: "Freedom Honor Flight" Freedom Honor Flight makes it possible for World War II veterans to fly to Washington D.C. to visit the memorials that stand in their honor, accompanied by a trained volunteer "guardian". Hear the moving story and see pictures from Nick Bures, UW-Eau Claire student and Army National Guard member, of his trip last May as a guardian of a WWII veteran. Hear also the story from a World War II veteran who experienced the trip and saw the memorials for the first time.
Nontraditional Student Adviser
Gen 100 Instructor
Schofield Hall 226