Online@U of I Springfield
We are sending you this newsletter because you are a UIS online student or alumni. Every student belongs to many different affinity groups, such as a certain major or year of graduation. UIS Online is one such affinity group, and we thought you might enjoy news that relates to this group. Enjoy!
- A Promise Long Made, Soon to Be Fulfilled: Jim Melvin's Story
- Look What Happened to One 2005 Online Graduate of UIS: Mary Lynn Schroeder's Story
- A Day in the Life of MTL Program Coordinator Ryan L. Williams
- Money for You? Why not apply for a privately funded scholarship this year?
- News You Can Use: Help with writing awaits you at UIS' Learning Hub
- A Message from Vickie Cook
A Promise Long Made, Soon to be Fulfilled
Who likes inspections? Not many people. But Jim Melvin has reason to celebrate the day an inspector visited the postal facility where Jim worked in Kewanee, Illinois. More...
Look What Happened to One 2005 Online Graduate of UIS
Spending $90 on a sewing machine seemed like a good idea. In 2008, Mary Lynn Schroeder moved from Chicago to southern Illinois. On the way, she stopped to make what would become more than just a good purchose. More...
A Day in the Life of MTL Program Director Ryan L. Williams
In junior high, Ryan L. Williams remembers chat rooms having a big appeal on the family's new computer. How prophetic. More...
This year, why not apply for a privately funded scholarship? Generous donors have helped to make over $400,000 available to UIS students--and a lot of it is available to online students. Apply, and you may discover you meet the donor's criteria! More...
News You Can Use: Help Awaits You at the Learning Hub
Sarah Collins, Writing Specialist at UIS' Learning Hub, is ready and willing--with her staff--to help you with your writing assignments. Give the Hub a try! More...
A Message from Vickie Cook
Vickie S. Cook is the Director of the Center for Online Learning, Research and Service (COLRS) at UIS. She has an update for you. More...
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