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Busy adults can earn a degree on the weekends through Weekend College

Busy adults can earn a degree on the weekends through Weekend College
January 5, 2011

Phil Brozynski
(630) 829-6094
pbrozynski@ben.edu

Weekend College JAN2011Lisle, Illinois ~ Benedictine University's Weekend College at the Margaret and Harold Moser Center for Adult and Professional Studies affords adult learners the opportunity to earn an associate, bachelor's or master's degree by attending classes exclusively on weekends.

Students who enroll in Weekend College can earn an Associate of Arts in Business Administration, a Bachelor of Arts in Management, a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Leadership, a Master of Business Administration or a Master of Science in Leadership.

Undergraduate classes meet every other weekend on Saturday and Sunday. Graduate level classes meet approximately every third weekend of each month.

Information sessions have been scheduled to present information about the academic programs that are offered, admissions policies and available financial aid. Admissions counselors will be available and application fees will be waived for those who apply onsite.

The information sessions will be held at the Enrollment Center in Lownik Hall on Benedictine's main Lisle campus at 2:00 p.m. on Fridays, February 4, March 4 and April 1. For more information about the Weekend College, contact the Enrollment Center at (630) 829-6300 or email admissions@ben.edu.                                                                   

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Benedictine University is an independent Roman Catholic institution located in Lisle, Illinois just 25 miles west of Chicago. Founded in 1887, Benedictine provides 53 undergraduate majors, 13 graduate and four doctorate programs. Benedictine University is ranked as a Top School in the Midwest (11th in Illinois) for Master's Universities, 12th in the Midwest (and sixth in Illinois) for Racial Diversity, and eighth in Illinois for Freshmen Retention for 2011 by U.S. News & World Report.