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****Enter our Adult Learner Program Showcase Contest today to win a full-page feature in the upcoming issue of The Nontrad Journal Showcasing your Adult Learner Program****--See below for details! Special Thanks to those of you who attended the 18th Annual ANTSHE Conference! ANTSHE Would Like To Thank The Conference Sponsors --ACE--ETS HISET-AHEA--History--McGraw Hill--Pinnacle--Did you miss the 18th Annual ANTSHE Conference? Visit our 2015 ANTSHE Conference Recap Page to see who won Awards and Scholarships this year and for pictures of the events. ****Articles are now being accepted for the 2015 Edition of The Nontrad Journal. Deadline to submit is June 15th! Visit the "Publications" page to submit your article for peer-review and consideration.

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Kennesaw State University's Adult Learner Programs received the Academic Support Initiative Award  from Commission for Academic Support in Higher Education of the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). The award will be acknowledged at a reception during the ACPA 2015 National Convention in Tampa,FL March 5-8, 2015

Congratulations Kennesaw State University's Adult Learner Programs!


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CONGRATULATIONS 2015 ANTSHE Awards & Scholarship Winners!

President's Award

John Sheuring

Wake Technical Community College

Recognized for his contributions to his local non-traditional student organization and for serving as an inspiration to other ANTSHE members. 


Student Recognition Awards

Shippensburg University


Purdue University

were recognized for having the most active and vibrant student organization. 


National Treasure Award

Dr. Lori Risley

 University of Central Oklahoma


Patricia Antanavige

Mohawk Valley Community College

Both were recognized for their dedication and support of nontraditional students throughout the year.


Brick Award

D'onna Bell

Kennesaw State University, was recognized for her work “behind the scenes”, and for going above and beyond to support nontraditional students.


Check out the events from the 18th Annual ANTSHE Conference! 






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 Plans are already underway for next years conference. Please check back often for details as they become available.

****Adult Learner Program Showcase Contest****

Tell us about your Adult Learner Program. If your program is selected it will be showcased in the upcoming issue of The Nontrad Journal!

This is your opportunity to "show off" your college/university and the programs and services that you provide for your Non-Traditional Student population. Submit your entry using the form below for the ALP Showcase Contest. The deadline to submit your entry is June 15th! Enter today for consideration for the ALP Showcase in The Nontrad Journal, a peer-reviewed journal available nationwide.

Click here to view Contest Rules and to Enter Contest




Scholarships are awarded to nontrads that have contributed to the enrichment of their college and/or local community and demonstrate their continued contribution to their college and community.

ANTSHE seeks to promote leadership and campus involvement, academic and personal success, and community engagement by offering scholarships to its student members. An active ANTSHE membership is required for the scholarship applicants.


ANTSHE members enjoy exclusive access to academic  research and resources, discounted fees, access to academic professionals and ANTSHE's newsletter.

ANTSHE members can attend the annual conference at a discounted rate, and have the opportunity to have a direct impact on the organization with voting privileges for ANTSHE board member positions.




ANTSHE holds an annual conference every year, and they are hosted by colleges and universities across the country that proudly supports nontraditional students.


He has written numerous books and articles about modern American politics and culture. His most recent book, The Pact: Bill Clinton, Newt Gingrich, and the Rivalry that Defined a Generation (Oxford, 2008) examines the polarization of American politics in the 1990s. In addition to his scholarly work, Professor Gillon hosts shows and serves as an on-air consultant for The History Channel. From 1998-2006, he anchored The History Channel Sunday morning current events program, HistoryCENTER. He is currently working on a book/documentary series that will look at critical presidential decisions. He received his Ph.D. from Brown University. 



ANTSHE Vice President, Todd Powell, Kennesaw State University wins Outstanding Student Learning Program Award from the Georgia College Personnel Association!



Left to right: Administrative Programs/Projects Coordinator Janese Thompson, Coordinator of Academic Support Programs Veronica Jones, Assistant Director R. Todd Powell and Adult Learner Retention Specialist Nicole Simmons 





                Submit your Nontrad Friendly School Nomination

 Each year, a college/university is recognized for having the most active and vibrant student organization. Student Recognition Awards are presented to the winning school at the annual ANTSHE National Conference. Nominations are accepted throughout the year for recognition in the next year's conference.



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