Thinking about going back to college?
Cuesta College hosting a workshop for re-entry students
Cuesta College will be hosting a workshop geared toward providing support and services to adult learners who are considering going back to school. It’s ‘Not Too Late’ will take place on Thursday, Dec. 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Dale and Mary Schwartz Learning Resource Center in Dallons Hall, Bldg. N3102, on the North County Campus located at 2800 Buena Vista Drive in Paso Robles. The workshop will include representation from various college departments and address the questions and concerns of potential re-entry students.
Attendees will learn more about:
- How Cuesta can help students finish up a degree they have already started. Counselors can evaluate transcripts and provide assessments of what coursework is required to earn a degree or certificate.
- Cuesta’s resources available to help students who are returning to college after an extended absence (i.e. re-entry program, recommended courses, and support services such as EOPS/CARE).
- Information about evening and weekend coursework for students interested in earning credits while working.
Students between the ages of 25 and over 50 currently make up approximately 32% of Cuesta’s student population.
Spring classes begin January 21st with registration opening December 10th. For more information please contact Gabriela Lopez at (805) 591-6210.