Since it began in 2007, this accelerated bachelor's degree program
for working adults has only been available to students at the
Lincoln College campus in Normal. Now, with the program's expansion
to the Lincoln campus, even more students in central Illinois will
enjoy the flexibility and convenience of earning a bachelor's degree
within the accelerated format.
A free information session is
scheduled for March 2 at 6 p.m. in the Alumni Room of the
Meyer-Evans Student Center in Lincoln. The event is open to the
public. To RSVP, phone 309-268-4338 or e-mail
"The ABE program was designed to meet the needs of adult
learners. It's central to everything we do," said Pamela Johnston,
associate dean for the Center for Adult Learning at Lincoln College.
"Expanding it to the Lincoln campus is just another example of how
we are truly meeting the needs of adult learners in central
Unlike traditional college students, adult learners often must
juggle the demands of college with the responsibilities of a family
and a career. They also have a great deal of experience in work and
life when they begin their college careers. The Lincoln College
program meets the needs of these students through engaging courses
with real-world applications taught by inspiring faculty in a hybrid
Students enrolled in the program can earn up to 27 credit hours
in a calendar year by attending one class, one night a week, for
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Other program benefits include:
Faculty-professionals who are experts in their field and trained
to teach using an accelerated format.
and advisers who understand the pressure of working and
program designed around the student, with the ability to step in
and step out.
during the evenings and weekends.
Convenient payment plans.
More information on the accelerated bachelorís degree program at
Lincoln College is available at
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