By continuing your education, you are making a commitment to your future. At Salem College, we encourage and support the women and men willing to make such powerful decisions by giving them the tools and resources to achieve success. To that end, the Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education provides the following services for adult students:
The Fleer Center offers female and male students, ages 23 and up, the opportunity to continue their education on a full-time or part-time basis. Our staff is dedicated to creating lifelong relationships with our adult students and serving as sources of support throughout their college careers.
As a student in the Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education, you are eligible for grants, scholarships, and loans. To see the list of scholarships we offer, please click here. We’re excited about helping you find the right resources to fund your education at Salem.
Congratulations to Miriam Martinez Hernandez who was awarded the Golden Doors Scholarship for DACA students. Her award totals $15,000 toward the next 3 semesters as a Fleer student at Salem College.
If you’re ready to enhance your knowledge, advance your career, or simply enrich your life, apply to Salem College today! Make sure to review our comprehensive list of academic programs, as well as our certificate programs, to determine your course of study.
If you’d like to learn more about the Fleer Center, the application process, or financial aid for adult students, you can register for an info session or contact us at 1-336-721-2621 to schedule an appointment. We look forward to meeting you soon!
NOTE: If you are interested in teacher licensure, please contact the Education Department at 336-721-2658.
Salem College is proud to support adult students on their journey to complete or continue their education and advance their careers.
Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education student Angela Gallagher will become Salem College’s first health humanities graduate later this year.
Salem College Students Receive Two of the Twenty-One Scholarships Nationwide
An article written by Dr. Sydney Richardson, dean of Salem College's Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education, has been published in the Journal of Adult and Continuing Education.
Patricia Hall, a student in Salem's Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education, has been nominated for awards from the Black Women in Jazz & the Arts.
Eleven adult students were inducted into Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society in the fall of 2014.