The Division of Outreach and Engagement complements the University's traditional role by providing and facilitating quality educational, research, and technical services for people, groups, and organizations in the region. These activities support and promote individual well-being, social and cultural enrichment, economic opportunity and regional development.
Outreach and Engagement offers several Academic Services for current students and the community.
The Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) degree program is designed to serve adult students (age 25 or older) who wish to pursue a broadly defined and/or individually designed baccalaureate program. BGS students work closely with an advisor to design a program of study to meet individual educational and career objectives. The flexibility of the BGS degree enables students to tailor educational experiences to meet personal goals, broaden their appreciation of the arts and sciences, enhance career skills and competencies, and increase career opportunities and choices.
Univeristy Division Degree and Programs:
Outreach and Engagement web site
Mark C. Bernhard, Ph.D., Associate provost for Outreach and Engagement
Linda Cleek, Director of Continuing Education
Lee Ann Shafer, Academic Programs Manager
Advisor, Bachelor of General Studies