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Non-Traditional Student Appreciation Week - November 6-10, 2017

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What is a non-traditional student? Well, it's any student that attends classes in the evening on a campus or any student that attends classes online. This is your week! We have many ways for you to participate:

  1. Watch online webinars to develop personal skills to get you to the next level - like grit, salary negotiations and more.
  2. Meet key people at Stritch that are all working for your success - Sally La Rosa, our university nurse, Heidi Aringer, our mental health counselor, Mike Schade, Accessibility Services and others who are here to help you!
  3. Get involved in this year's Franciscan Value - creating a caring community through volunteering.

Did we mention that if you participate you can win fun prizes? We have three grand prizes - $50 Amazon gift cards that you can win, as well as other prizes like free movie passes and more! Keep reading to learn more!

We want to hear from you!

If you submit a question or complete the survey below, you will be entered to win a $50 gift card Amazon or other fun prizes, like movie passes.
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Tell us about you and your online experience!

Please rate your satisfaction with each of these:
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Student Support Services such as advising, financial aid, library, etc. :



Overall online learner experience :



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Learn more about Stritch!

Did you know that we began as a teaching institution for the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi in 1937? Learn more about us and the values that drive everything we do.

Who created this week of events for online students? This celebratory week is brought to you by the School of Continuing and Online Learning and the Academic Advising Office. We hope you had fun, learned a few things and good luck winning the grand prizes!

New to Stritch? Interested in online courses? Take a free one to get a taste of whether or not online learning is right for you.

Contact us with any questions you may have.