Decatur - Adults interested in earning a bachelor's degree should attend Millikin University's PACE Open House on Thursday, April 25, from 4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. in the lower level of Richards Treat University Center, East Room, on the Millikin campus to learn more about the accelerated, evening format. PACE offers bachelor degrees in Accounting, Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Management, Nursing RN to BSN, and Organizational Leadership in the evening format, plus educator certification for adults who already hold a bachelor's degree and want to move into a teaching career.
Prospective students can meet with academic advisors to learn about the PACE format and discuss the degree requirements for the various majors, and are encouraged to bring their transcripts from any colleges or universities they have previously attended to be reviewed by Millikin's Registrar that evening. A Financial Aid representative will be available to address questions. To register for the event, go online to www.millikin.edu/pace or call 217.420.6771.
To learn more about the PACE accelerated evening bachelor's degree program, visit www.millikin.edu/pace or e-mail email@example.com.
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