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OWLS learning group available for adult students

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Southeast Technical invites students to join the OWLS student learning group, which meets every other Tuesday. The next meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 14, at noon in room 203. Participants will meet to offer support, learn study skills, meet new friends, and share successes, concerns and encouragement. 

OWLS stands for Older Wiser Learners and is geared toward individuals returning to school who may be juggling classes, homework, family obligations and other adult responsibilities. This group is open to all students.

For more information or to sign up, email Andréa Hanson at ahanson@southeastmn.edu or Danya Espinosa at: despinosa@southeastmn.edu.


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