The Extended Learning Credit Program
Designed for those who would like to begin their college studies on a part-time basis, this program enables individuals to enroll in regular undergraduate courses for credit without the more formal college admissions procedures associated with full-time study. Although the application procedure is greatly simplified, Extended Learning students are held to the same academic standards as their matriculated colleagues - and experience the same high quality Fredonia education. While some Extended Learning students enroll because they are interested in specific courses, others register with the intention of completing a degree. In either case, the credit earned under Extended Learning status is regular undergraduate credit and can be applied toward requirements for the bachelor's degree.
Extended Learning students are eligible for many of the services offered by Fredonia including:
- The Counseling Center, which offers assistance in coping with anxieties or balancing responsibilities, and has a special support group for non-traditional students.
- The Learning Center, where tutors are on duty during the afternoon and evening hours to aid with course work and writing assignments.
- The facilities at Reed Library, the Health Center, Computing Services, Athletics, Rockefeller Arts Center, the Career Development Office, the Office of Student Affairs, and the Office of Veterans Affairs.
- The Campus and Community Children's Center provides quality, developmentally appropriate care and education to the children of student and working families.