Lancaster – Adults who attended the "Start to Finish" information session at Ohio University Lancaster Monday night learned what degrees they could earn with the credits they had already completed.
"We were able to meet with each student individually, after our presentation, to discuss previous credits and potential academic paths," said Transition Advisor Kim Jeffers.
The informational session answered questions about the academic programs that can be completed at Ohio University Lancaster and let those in attendance know what they need to do to get back into school.
"We had students with credit from Ohio University and other schools attend the session," said Jeffers. "Completing a degree gives the student a credential that they did not have. It's a credential for job searches and promotions. Many people need a degree to qualify for a promotion, and they did not realize they were so close to being able to get the degree that is required."
Many topics were covered at the presentation including admission procedures, applying transfer credit, applying for financial aid, degree options, and part-time or full-time enrollment.
Anyone with questions about completing a degree can call the OUL Student Services Office at 740-654-6711 ext. 215.