Good afternoon –
Cañada College asked me to send this info out, and I think many of you may find it of interest. It’s an invitation to an Information Night next week, to learn about their College for Working Adults program. Please read below, and pass this along to others who might want to attend.
Come to Our Information Night – College for Working Adults
Thursday, November 29th at 6:00pm
Building 9, Room 106
Please RSVP: email@example.com
More info: www.canadacollege.edu/CWA/index.php
*A quality education at $46 per unit!*
*Earn your associate degree while working full time*
*Attend classes Thursday evenings and every other Saturday*
*Transfer courses you have already taken and join one of our current cohorts!*
As a working adult, you know how challenging it can be to juggle family, work, and other challenges in your personal life. You want a degree program that works with your schedule, your career goals, and your life.
College for Working Adults (CWA) is a new academic program being offered at Cañada College. Funded by San Mateo County’s Measure G Parcel Tax Initiative, CWA is the only program of its kind on the peninsula that makes it possible for working adults to complete a degree in just three years while continuing to work full time.
- Classes are held just two days per week on Thursday evening and every other Saturday. (Some students may need to complete prerequisite courses that require one additional evening class per week in the first year only.)
- In addition to earning up to three Associate Degrees, all 60 units earned are fully transferable to the CSU and UC college systems. This program allows students to actually complete their first two years of a four year degree on the Canada College campus.
- You pay only community college fees. Only $46 per unit.
- A cohort of 35 students is accepted each semester so there is no hectic registration. Classes are predetermined and guaranteed!!
Complete a degree in either of the following two disciplines:
AA Degree in Psychology
AA Degree Interdisciplinary Studies:
*Social and Behavioral Sciences
*Arts and Humanities