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College partners host “Return 2 Learn” Information Session for students beginning or continuing their college education

Students interested in furthering their education, whether it means taking a class to advance
their skills, or beginning or continuing coursework toward an associate, bachelor’s or a master’s degree, can
learn about expanded options now available on the campus of Glen Oaks Community College.

“Return 2 Learn,” a special college information session focused on adult learners, will be held on Wed.,
November 20 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Dresser Business Development Center at Glen Oaks. Representatives
from Trine University, Spring Arbor University and the St. Joseph County Community Access Network (CAN)
will join admission representatives from Glen Oaks to share information on programming, financial aid and
answer questions about the admission process.

“With the expanded program offerings at Glen Oaks, and with the addition of Trine University and Spring Arbor
University running programs on the Glen Oaks campus, we want to get the word out about the increased
options available to students,” said Tonya Howden, GOCC director of admissions. “We encourage any adult—
whether he or she graduated from high school three years ago or forty years ago— to attend this informational
session.”

“Each person has unique circumstances, abilities and concerns, and this session will provide prospective
students with information about support services available to help them succeed,” said Howden. “Participants
will have the opportunity to have their questions answered regarding transfer credits, distance learning, military
service and more.”

For more specific details about this event, contact the Glen Oaks Admissions Office 269-294-4253.

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