In the Spotlight...
Ms. Marion E. Roberts
Marion E. Roberts is an administrative professional with
over twenty years of experience in higher education.
Prior to assuming her position as Administrative Support
Associate in the Office of the Dean of the College of Arts,
Sciences, Business and Education at Winston-Salem State
University; Marion worked in several offices at The George
Washington University in Washington, DC.
Dedicated to assisting all students, particularly nontraditional adult learners; Marion currently serves as President of the Nontraditional Adult Student Organization (NASO) at Winston-Salem State University. NASO is an organization for all WSSU adult students enrolled at the university. That, currently, represents approximately 30% of the total enrollment.
Ms. Roberts earned an Associate of Arts Degree in Business Administration from American Inter-Continental University and is currently completing a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at Winston-Salem State University.
Marion is a native of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago.
Thank You Marion!
Here's another great example of Nontraditional Student support! Thanks Johnson C. Smith University for your support of Nontraditional Students!
Check out this video:
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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
ANTSHE is a vibrant and thriving organization, not just a name on a business card or merely exists on the Internet. Therefore, let us know when ANTSHE is in the press or at conferences. Lets celebrate our successes and spread the good work that we do.
Dr. Viar was recently interviewed by Chris Couch at Schools.com regarding some of the challenges of the returning nontraditional student. Article: How do I go back to college? A step-by-step guide
ANTSHE Alumni Success Spotlighted in Newspaper