You're an adult. You already have a life. But you don't have a degree -- yet.
But with our part-time programs and flexible enrollment options, which include evening, online, hybrid, and Saturday classes, a degree is not only an obtainable goal, it can be achieved at your convenience.
Don't let life get in the way. Let life show you the way. You can receive credit for:
- Courses taken at another institution of higher education.
- Partnerships we have with other institutions of learning.
- Demonstrating prior learning in a non-college setting.
- Completing a special examination.
Want to receive more information about our application process, including scholarships and financial aid options, and all of the programs available?
- Fill out the online request for information form.
- Contact us by calling 1-888-WIDENER (option number 3).
Better yet, speak with an advisor to learn more about undergraduate degrees for adults at Widener.
Dean Fred Akl
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At the Health Annex
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Dr. Marina Barnett
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Catherine Rawlings '14
Catherine Rawlings, a junior from West Chester, Pa., talks about why she participates in the AmeriCorps Community Fellows program at Widener.
Dr. Jeannette Wyatt
Assistant Professor Jenny Wyatt discusses the work and impact of the Widener Center for Violence Prevention.
Dr. Nadine McHenry
Associate Professor Nadine McHenry talks about the importance of exposing teacher candidates to schoolchildren from different contexts.