Project Independence is a tuition free college credit program. The program helps students with college readiness while examining educational and career goals. Project Independence provides an opportunity for women to explore career and life options and gain self-confidence with a cohort of women in an educational setting.
Typical program participants have experienced one or more of the following:
- Single parent
- Divorced, separated, or displaced homemaker
- Undecided about a career
- Survivor of domestic violence
- In recovery
- Experiencing some anxiety about returning to school
- First time in college
- Career & Life Planning
- Values Clarification
- Introduction to Assertiveness
- College Survival & Success
- Adult Fitness
- Overcoming Math Anxiety
- Intro to Windows
Support services for Project Independence students & alumni include:
- On-going personal & acidemic support
- Limited childcare scholarship
- Limited help with transportation
- A safe comfortable place to learn how to do college
How to sign up:
- You must attend a Project Independence Information Session before attending a Project Independence Orientation. Information Session are held at the Women's Resource Center (SSB 103). At the Information Session, you will hear more about the program and learn the first steps to starting college such as:
- Admissions to college
- FAFSA (Federal Financial Aid Application)
- Taking The Compass (college placement test)
We will be scheduling Information Sessions for the Fall 2014 class later in spring.
Please check back online or feel free to give us a call.
New Project Independence classes begin each fall, winter, and spring terms. Stop by the Women's Resource Center (SSB 103) or call us at 971-722-5249 to be added to the contact list for upcoming term.