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UA Provides New Solutions for Continuing Learners

The University of Arizona is committed to providing lifelong learning opportunities for students and it shows in the way the University supports non-traditional and continuing learners. 

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 38 percent of college students today are over the age of 25 and this number is projected to increase another 23 percent by 2019.

Many, if not most, of these students are working professionals who are either looking to advance their...

Preparing Non-Traditional Students for Tomorrow's Jobs

The number of adults heading back to school is growing at universities across the nation. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 38 percent of college students today are over the age of 25 and this number is projected to increase another 23 percent by 2019.

Leaders at the University of Arizona recognized the growth and dynamic needs of non-traditional students early on and created a solution. Through expanded certificate programs and degree offerings, non-...

UA Online Partnerships Enhance Opportunities for Arizona

Prominent Arizona companies and organizations, such as Fry’s Food Stores, City of Phoenix, American Express, and GameStop are partnering with the University of Arizona to improve the number of online degree and certificate programs that have high growth potential for graduates in Arizona.

Under these new partnerships, the UA will provide college degree opportunities for an additional 61,000 employees in Arizona and 92,000 employees nationwide.

Expanding access to higher-...

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