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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2010 Liberal Arts Colleges University College-Camden History and Aims of the College A Diversified Student Body  

A Diversified Student Body


The student population of University College-Camden is composed mainly of transfer students from other colleges, but the college also accepts qualified students with no previous college experience. Students' ages range from 17 to 70, and even beyond. About three-fourthsof the students are between the ages of 24 and 54 and over 50 percent are women. While most are candidates for a baccalaureate degree, others are college graduates who are pursuing new fields of study in order to earn a second bachelor's degree or prepare for graduate school in a different area. When appropriate, the college also admits students who are not enrolled in any degree program but who wish to take courses for special professional or personal purposes. The strength of the University College-Camden student body lies in this diversity.

While the majority of University College-Camden students take courses primarily in the evening on a part-time basis, all students may register for any undergraduate course in the daytime program for which they have the prerequisites.

 
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