This Friday, March 13, is the deadline to apply for the Adult Student Affairs scholarships.
The Professional Development Fund allows adult students (undergraduates 24 years of age or older and graduate students) to apply for partial or full funding to cover memberships in professional organizations or associations, conference attendance, seminars, and other professional development opportunities.
Compass Groups are community meetings about a specific topic that provide students with a structured way to meet peers. In spring quarter, the four Compass Groups will focus on the following topics: mindfulness, five choices (time management and productivity), stress management for academic success, and social justice.
PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS WITH CHILDREN
Museum Play Day at the Children’s Museum, Saturday, April 11, 10:30 a.m.: Parents can mingle and meet with members of Parents of Little Ones—DePaul’s student-run organization for students with children—while their children explore Chicago Children’s Museum. RSVP here for the event.
Conference for Students with Children, Saturday, April 18, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.: Session topics include worrying, tutoring, stress management, and spirituality. Drop-off child care and lunch and breakfast refreshments are provided. Sign up here for the event.
PROFESSIONAL ADULT STUDENT SOCIETY LINCOLN PARK SOCIAL
Friday, April 10, 6–9 p.m.: The Professional Adult Student Society (PASS), the student organization for adult students, is hosting a Lincoln Park social at State Restaurant to kick off spring quarter. RSVP here for the social.