The Balancing Act two-night event held Nov. 7-8 from 5-6 p.m. in Thurmond McRae Lecture Hall is about available academic and life support services for returning adults. The Balancing Act is an opportunity for these students to receive information, ask questions, get goodies, win prizes and grab some caffeine and something sweet to keep going.
Wednesday, Nov. 7 from 5-6 p.m. is Academic Support with the Writing Center, SPA, Library Services and IT/Help Desk services.
Thursday, Nov. 8 from 5-6 p.m. is Life Support with the Brenau Center for Counseling and Psychological Services, Center of Health & Well-being, Alumni Relations, and Career Services.
Both nights include video presentations of a tour of Brenau highlighting hidden study spots and fun facts!
Amanda Roper, one of the members of BASA (Brenau Adult Student Association) advising team led by Director of Nonresidential Programs and Support Services Rosanne Short has spearheaded The Balancing Act project along with George Bagel, Nancy Fowler, Claudia George and Valerie Simmons-Walston. They have all been a returning adult student struggling to balance school with a career and family obligations and know the challenge of fitting school into a busy life. BASA includes ALL Gainesville students who have adult responsibilities. For more information contact ude.uanerb.regit@asab.