Palo Alto University to Host Undergraduate Q&A Webinar Session

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Palo Alto University is holding a virtual, live webinar on June 2nd to provide prospective students with information about this re-imagined streamlined transfer policies for undergraduate admission.

"We understand that this is a confusing time for everyone," said Alaina Dunn, Assistant Vice-President, Admissions at Palo Alto University. "We believe our changes will allow students to access our stellar academic programs while allowing them to continue their studies and complete their degree."

Palo Alto University (PAU) will host a live webinar to answer questions prospective students may have about our undergraduate programs. The webinar will be held on June 2, 2020, from 6-7:00 p.m. Admissions staff, faculty, and current students will discuss and answer questions on our two Bachelor of Science in Psychology programs.

In the last year, the university has been working on updating and streamlining our transfer policies and procedures. These new policies offer greater flexibility to transfer students and remove barriers to entry. PAU has also expanded its online courses and program delivery options. Since mid-march, in the wake of COVID-19, PAU has adapted its educational environment and practices to maintain a safe environment for its students without diminishing the strength of its academic experience.

"We understand that this is a confusing time for everyone," said Alaina Dunn, Assistant Vice-President, Admissions at Palo Alto University. "However, we don't want prospective students to be discouraged from pursuing an undergraduate degree. We believe our changes will allow students to access our stellar academic programs while allowing them to continue their studies and complete their degree. Our new admissions requirements reflect PAU's core values - flexibility, innovation, and deep care for the individual student searching for a meaningful career.”

PAU’s virtual webinar will provide prospective undergraduate students information to assist in deciding on the next step in their education and if transferring to PAU is right for them. This webinar will also touch on the availability of scholarships and students' financial aid options.

For more than 40 years, Palo Alto University has been at the forefront of higher education, providing students with robust degrees in Counseling and Psychology. The university has a long history of delivering online classes, so their faculty are well trained and have experience providing an exceptional online learning environment.

Palo Alto University’s Bachelor of Science in Business Psychology offers insights into the intersection of business and psychology. Many aspects of a business's external operations, namely marketing products and creating a coherent brand image, require a deep understanding of consumers' desires and behaviors. This degree program delves into the internal side of an organization's operations, including management techniques for motivating employees and promoting productive group dynamics.

Palo Alto University’s Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Social Action prepares students for a career in community advocacy and outreach by examining the current cultural frameworks in our society and the factors that lead to disparate outcomes.

Interested parties can register for this online webinar here. Prospective students are encouraged to reach out to our Admissions team to have an Undergraduate Transfer Review completed to see how flexible and easy it is to transfer to PAU. For more information about Palo Alto University or any of its undergraduate and graduate degree programs, visit their website at http://www.paloaltou.edu or call (650) 433-3828. The main campus is located at 1791 Arastradero Road, Palo Alto, Calif. 94304.

Palo Alto University is a private, nonprofit university with a focus on the behavioral and social sciences, especially psychology and counseling. Available degree programs include bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees in business psychology, social psychology, counseling and clinical psychology. Palo Alto University offers various course formats to meet students' needs and prepare for their desired role in the mental health field.

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