Adult Student Resources
Returning to school as an adult student with family and job responsibilities can be a formidable task. UW-Marinette is ideally suited for the non-traditional age (over 22 years old) student. Our small size, friendly atmosphere and support services will help you achieve your goals.
Adult Student Enrollment
Adult student enrollment at UW-Marinette is approximately 30% of the total student population. With the average age of the UW-Marinette student at 26, our student body represents a broad spectrum of ages, previous preparation and backgrounds. At UW-Marinette, you are not alone. The life experiences and backgrounds that adult students bring to the classroom often add an invaluable component to discussions and learning for all.
Bachelor Degrees now available
Students with work and family obligations can now earn a Bachelor Degree from UW-Milwaukee, UW-Green Bay and other UW four-year schools by taking courses in the classroom at UW-Marinette or online.
Adult Student Organizations
In addition to the United Way Student Club at UW-Marinette, adult students often form study groups and offer help to each other on a regular basis. The size of our campus makes it very easy to meet people and make friends.
Child Care Services
UW-Marinette does not have on-site child care facilities. However, the Office of Student Services is your resource for information about local agencies for child care.
Credit Learning Alternatives
Check with the Office of Student Services about earning credit by exam.
The Office of Continuing Education Extension is your resource for Independent Study. Catalogs are available. Contact Sharon Huntley, Director of Continuing Education.
UW-Marinette is committed to serving the special needs of adult students who may have questions and need services on getting to or back into college, transfer and career issues, child care information and support, job services, or social services. Mary Voyles, our Coordinator for Adult Services and Evelyn Neziri, our Adult Student Initiative Marketing Recruiter on campus are available to help you. Contact them in the Student Services Office at (715) 735-4301.