UNIVERSITY OF SAINT FRANCIS
CAMPUS VISIT DAY
USF announces Campus Visit Day will be held Saturday, March 23, 2002 from 9am to 11:30am at the Doermer Family Center for Health Science Education at the corner of Leesburg Road and Spring Street. USF invites you to attend our Campus Visit Day – an open house expressly designed to inform adult students about the real values we offer: Affordability – Over 90% of undergraduates receive financial aid, Graduates In High Demand – Employers recognize the value of and education at USF, Outstanding Faculty – Dedicated educators who are professionals in their fields, Healthcare Majors – USF is the largest healthcare educator in the area, Weekend College Program – Reduced tuition rate available for a college degree designed especially for busy adults, Graduate Programs – Master’s degrees in Education, Business, Fine Arts, Psychology/Counseling, Physician Assistant, and Nursing. Talk with admissions, visit with faculty, learn about financial aid, experience the program fair, and tour facilities and the campus OR visit us on the web at: www.sf.edu
TAYLOR UNIVERSTIY FORT WAYNE CAMPUS
TUFWC ANNOUNCES RECORD ENROLLMENT
Spring semester enrollment at TUFWC is up 21 students over the spring 2001 semester. The numbers represent the tenth consecutive increase for spring enrollment, since Taylor University merged with Summit Christian College in 1992. Total spring enrollment is 506 up from 485 in spring 2001, which represents a 5% increase. Approximately 300 of these students are housed in one of Taylor’s five residence halls.
Much of the growth was the result of new commuter students attracted by Taylor’s low part-time tuition rate. “Our campus serves a diverse student body. Approximately 29% of our student body are over the age of 21 and live in the local community. We constantly strive to meet the unique needs of all students. We offer many classes in the evening to accommodate the unique needs of these students who may be balancing a full or part time career, family and civic responsibilities as well as academic pursuits,” says Leo Gonot, director of admissions. Of the 206 students who commute to campus 139 are taking 1-8 credit hours this semester and will enjoy a per credit hour rate of just $175. “Course offerings have also proven to be conducive to the schedules of area high school students as 30 have enrolled in Taylor’s Credits in Escrow program to earn college credit prior to high school graduation.” TUFWC is a Christian liberal arts institution located on the city’s historical south side.
TUFWC VISITATION DAY
Campus Visitation Day will be held Friday, April 19, 2002 at the Fort Wayne campus, 1025 West Rudisill Boulevard. Each semester three Campus Visitation Days, hosted by the TUFWC Admissions staff are offered for prospective students and their parents to experience the Taylor Tradition first-hand. To register for more information contact TUFWC office of enrollment at 1-800-233-3922 or 744-8689. Visit TUFWC on line at www.tayloru.edu/fw
THREE RIVERS LITERACY ALLIANCE
TRLA is offering a two-part training program for individuals interested in tutoring adult learners. The location is Fort Wayne Newspapers on Main Street. The times are Saturday, March 16, 2002 from 9:30am to 1:30pm and Saturday, March 23, 2002 from 9:30am to 1:30pm. The only requirement is that individuals must be at least 18 years old. The training is free and open to the public. For more information call 426-7323.