Hybrid learning helps mature students reach education goals

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Hybrid learning helps mature students reach education goals

Published on March 04 2014


When she took a five-day vacation from her job at the casino last spring, Renata DiCienzo didn’t cash in with a trip to the tropics or put her feet up for the week.
Instead, the 43-year-old single mom from Niagara Falls spent eight hours a day for five days taking a spring/summer course at Brock: “The Art of the Clown Doctor” (DART 3V91).
Read the full story in the Brock News.  

Spring and summer courses help students reach education goals in many ways.

Being a part-time mature student and taking courses during the spring/summer - either to complement or expedite her degree - is a necessity for Renata DiCienzo.