Undergrad With Mom and Dad?
Emma Whitford, Inside Higher Ed
Holy Names University is giving parents a new incentive to encourage their children to attend college: Along with their child’s enrollment, parents can take two free courses.
The private, Roman Catholic university in Oakland, California, markets the HNU Parent Promise program as part of its strategic plan and long history of educating multiple generations of families. Experts see the effort as a student retention tactic that may help traditional college-age students stay at the university, as well as draw in adult learners who are looking to return to higher education.