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Old 08-07-2007, 07:12 PM
 
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My girlfriend needs to find a university in Colorado offering a BA in administration that is friendly for full workers. Since she is supporting herself through school she works a full 40 hour week right now as an accountant and then goes to school at night.

We've tried calling Colorado state and they don't cater to night students. Can anyone offer some other suggestions? Do some private universities offer night classes that are affordable? Thanks!
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Old 08-07-2007, 07:25 PM
 
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My girlfriend needs to find a university in Colorado offering a BA in administration that is friendly for full workers. Since she is supporting herself through school she works a full 40 hour week right now as an accountant and then goes to school at night.

We've tried calling Colorado state and they don't cater to night students. Can anyone offer some other suggestions? Do some private universities offer night classes that are affordable? Thanks!
It is rather hard to work full-time and go to college at all. That said, she should check into Metro State, U of Colo at Denver, even Community College of Denver for the first two years' worth of courses (assuming she is still taking such courses). There are not a lot of private colleges/universities in Colorado. I have no idea if Regis U. or U of Denver offer extensive night classes, but I do know they are expensive. There are only a few other private colleges in Colorado: Colorado Christian and Colorado College in Colo. Springs come to mind, but I can't think of any others. It is possible that once your gf gets into higher level classes, she may have to take some day classes.
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Old 08-07-2007, 09:49 PM
 
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A friend of mine got her BA degree from Regis in Ft Collins. She was working full time day shift and got through it. It is a tough situation that takes a lot of dedication. My hats off to your girlfriend!!!
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Old 08-07-2007, 10:35 PM
 
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I second Metro State, thats where I went. Lots of online courses, non-trad students, etc.
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