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August 17, 1984 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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Jewish News Back-to-School Supplement

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Just Marilyns

SPECIAL-INTEREST
LIBRARY SERVICES

ate changes on campus that
will benefit the students they
Reentry centers often set serve — such as applying
up libraries on subjects of spe- pressure on the powers that
cial interest to older students. be to provide a campus child-
Some are putting together .care center, or to establish
publications of their own: for different methods of evaluat-
example, the WREP office at ing older students for admis-
City College in San Francisco sion. At San Jose State Uni-
offers an 82-page one booklet, versity in California, for ex-
Hard Times Handbook: A ample, REAP acts as the day-
Guide to College Financial time liaison with academic
Aid and Other Government departments, administrative
Aid Programs. ENCORE, at offices, and faculty members
students who attend class-
the University of California, for
es only at night.
Davis, gives a special intro-
duction to the campus in a 32-
A CHECKLIST OF
page booklet for reentry stu-
SPECIAL SERVICES
dents.

When you are investigat-
FINANCIAL AID
ing schools, check to see if the
Although most reentry following services are avail-
offices are not in the business able. If a campus is receptive
of providing financial aid, to older students, it will either
they are often a knowledge- have many of the following
able source of information on services or be willing to con-
special grants available to sider instigating some of
older students. As the link be- them.
tween reentry offices and
• A space where returning
their communities become students can gather informal-
stronger, more special scho- ly
larships may become avail-
• A reentry office (even if
able. At the University of it's only one person) who can
Michigan, once again, the serve as a major resource and
Center for Continuing Educa- advocate
tion of Women listed over 20
• Good on-campus child
scholarships ranging from care that is affordable
$500 to $2,000.
• Counseling, both indi-
vidually and in groups, on a
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