USF Announces College of Adult Learning

With the goal of making expanded education accessible to working professionals, the University of Saint Francis has launched its new College of Adult Learning. Both undergraduate and graduate degrees are offered, with flexible scheduling and accelerated options designed to accommodate the busy schedules of working adults who have family, community and professional commitments.

Providing convenience and quality, the College of Adult Learning includes a Virtual Campus with 100 percent online programs and the USF Graduate School. Students are now applying online for the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and the Associate of Science in General Studies for the fall semester, both accelerated options.

USF’s tradition of academic excellence in preparing graduates for the fields of healthcare, business, social work, science and psychology will be enhanced and continued by the College of Adult Learning. By offering an educational structure oriented toward adult learners, the College of Adult Learning will also assist in filling the growing business sectors in Indiana’s economy with educated professionals.

Overseeing and developing programs and services for the College of Adult Learning is USF’s new Vice President for Adult Learning Toni Steffensen Pauls, Ph.D. Immediately prior to joining USF, Pauls served as associate vice president of academics and dean of the adult degree program at Warner Pacific College in Portland, Ore.

More more information about the College of Adult Learning and Dr. Toni Steffensen Pauls can be found under sf.edu main page news.