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Applying to CU: Programs and Process
College Unbound helps adults returning to college to complete their bachelor degree. From day one, the learning program is tailored to personal interests and needs. The following programs require applications.
- This signature program of College Unbound leads to a bachelor degree in Organizational Leadership and Change. It is for full-time study only. There currently is no tuition charge, thanks to generous donors who support this educational program, but there is a semester fee. Solo cohorts meet evenings for class and discussion. Study is self-directed, supplemented by weekly one-on-one meetings (by video conferencing or face-to-face) with your academic advisor and support from a professional mentor and field experts. A personal learning plan and network guide and gauge progress. Learn more about the program, degree requirements and student support services.
- You can express interest in applying at any time.
- If you aren’t sure you fit in the CU SOLO cohort, please contact us about how you can resume college studies at College Unbound: info@collegeunbound.
CU and Charter Oak State College: The content of this program is similar to CU Solo. As of 2017-18, we serve two dozen degree-seeking students who are enrolled with our partner, Charter Oak State College, and tuition and fees apply. The program leads to a degree in Individualized Studies. Before applying, please contact College Unbound to discuss the CU Solo option: info@collegeunbound.
CU Aquidneck Island program for part-time study: This program is structured for part-time cohorts on Aquidneck Island. It is designed to help students prepare for full-time degree studies. There are currently no tuition charges, thanks to scholarships funded by the van Beuren Charitable Foundation in Newport, Rhode Island.