Office of Adult Learner Services - OALS

Graduate smiling at Dr. Kent getting diploma

 

Welcome to the Office of Adult Learner Services (OALS) at the University of South Alabama! This office was established with you in mind! OALS is here to help you fulfill your dream of earning a college degree, and you might just be closer than you think! Let us chat with you about college credit you previously earned, and the opportunity to earn credit for prior learning through your profession. Or, if you decided to begin college for the first time, we are eager to help you navigate your journey as part of the Jaguar family.

Whomever you are, or wherever you are in life, you belong at USA and OALS welcomes you. We are ready to provide guidance and support tailored to your unique situation, walking alongside you through this journey to graduation - The Office of Adult Learner Services is here for you!

 

Contact us today!

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  Latest News
A Second Chance at Life Points South
A Second Chance at Life Points South
Monday - November 12, 2018
Fred Kelley is an inspiration and a celebrity to many in his home city of Monroeville, Ala. He's a longtime radio station announcer there, and he's gained notoriety by bicycling 90 miles to Mobile to raise money for cancer research.
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13 Years Later, a Well-Earned Degree
13 Years Later, a Well-Earned Degree
Monday - November 12, 2018
"I was born with spina bifida," said Jennifer Oveson. "I have had numerous challenges throughout my life, but my parents, Dianne and Gerald, reminded me that I could achieve anything I wanted to do. They said 'giving up is not an option.' And, they were right. I have learned I enjoy achieving my goals."
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Murdoch Campbell, 84, to Walk at Commencement
Murdoch Campbell, 84, to Walk at Commencement
Monday - November 12, 2018
When 84-year-old Murdoch Newton Campbell strides across the Mitchell Center stage on Dec. 9 to receive his bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies - Applied Sciences concentration, he may become the oldest graduate of the University of South Alabama in its 54-year history.
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