A new flexible-option degree program through the University of Wisconsin System is offering full scholarships to the first 100 people who enroll in pilot courses now accepting students.
The flexible option, announced in November by UW System President Kevin Reilly and UW Extension leaders, is a more accessible and affordable way for working adults to reach education and career goals.
Students can try the new learning model and earn college credit at no cost by participating in the pilot. The pilot is administered by the UW Extension Independent Learning Program.
Courses available now include college algebra, elementary statistics and three courses in a noncredit business math and personal finance certificate.