Adult Education

About DAE

The Division of Adult Education (DAE) was created to meet the needs of individuals and groups through a variety of non-traditional formats and off-campus locations. This division focuses on working adults and non-traditional learners by providing associate and bachelor degree programs in an accelerated format held at times and locations that are convenient for participants. Courses begin every 8 weeks and are offered on campus, online, and off campus at exclusive course locations and degree sites. By offering associate and bachelor degree programs the DAE provides students with the opportunity to obtain and enhance life long skills necessary to succeed in a dynamic global society.

Mission

Through a collaborative approach, the Division of Adult Education promotes and enhances lifelong learning opportunities for non-traditional and adult students. The division facilitates degree programs and professional courses in an adult-centered environment while maintaining academic integrity, commitment to American Indian educational opportunities, and in keeping with the spiritual values of the College.

Concierge Service

Adult Education staff strive to provide concierge service to all students. Assisting them through the admissions, financial aid, and enrollment processes. The staff are available to serve students through multiple forms of communication: in person, on the phone, through live chat and via email.


Bacone College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (www.ncahlc.org).