Virtual Forum - On Demand
Starting a Program for Incarcerated Students
Does your institution have programming in place for incarcerated students? Thanks to new federal assistance, students in many prisons can now take college courses for credit. While colleges are interested in starting or expanding programs to serve those students, they often have no idea how to do so.
Join The Chronicle on Wednesday, December 6, at 2 p.m. ET for an expert forum on beginning or expanding a program for incarcerated students and setting them up for success.
|Charles B. Adams,|
Professor of Criminal Justice, Prison Education Program,
Bowie State University
Initiative Director, Unlocking Potential,
Vera Institute of Justice
Interim Associate Vice Chancellor, Academic and Faculty Programs,
California State University