Helping Wilmington, NC Adult Students Further Their College Education
Are you a resident of Wilmington, NC, over 21 years old, who is interested in furthering their education through online college courses? Look no further than the University of Mount Olive. As an adult, we understand that you may be busy with work and other activities, which is why we offer accelerated degree programs that fit your hectic lifestyle. If you have always wanted to pursue an associate or bachelor’s degree while also balancing your current schedule, now is your chance.
When you sign up for our fast-track college program, you will meet weekly per course for a determined number of weeks. On average, a new class will start every five weeks.
Evening Programs for Adult Learners in Wilmington, NC
If you are a first-time adult student in Wilmington, NC interested in taking classes during the evening, we have a General Studies program that is perfect for you. These classes will help you work toward earning the associate degree or bachelor’s degree in the field of your choice:
- Fine arts
- Social sciences
If you have previously taken college classes, you must submit all official transcripts of college work you have completed at the University of Mount Olive or another higher education institution. When transferring credits, they must be from a regionally-accredited institution.
Following this, one of our academic advisors will create a degree completion plan that is customized to your availability and needs, which will then need to be approved by the Registrar.
Become an Adult Student at the University of Mount Olive Today!
To start furthering your education today, contact our Wilmington location and begin the application process. We would be happy to give you more information, including a transcript request form, experiential learning guidelines, and adult student success stories. We look forward to welcoming you to our University!
The University of Mount Olive does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national or ethnic origin, age, or handicap in the administration of its personnel and educational policies. It admits all qualified students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students.