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Dr. Carol Ann Baily
Dr. Carol Ann Baily serves as the Director of Off-Campus Student Services at MTSU and teaches conversational French to adults in evening classes.
A Florida native, she holds both a Master's degree in French and a doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Vanderbilt University.
has been active in theatre since high school and directed two French plays at Vanderbilt
while in graduate school.
She has previously worked with Circle Theatre and Ensemble Theatre in Nashville before coming to PBT's Board.
Carol Ann Baily, director of ...
Carol Ann Baily, director of the Office of Off-campus Student Services at Middle Tennessee State University, testified on Glen's behalf.
Baily rents a room to Glen to allow Glen to be closer to the UT Nashville campus.
"I'm here because I think this case is an injustice," Baily
"Universities have failed to look at ...
"Universities have failed to look at the demographics of their graduate students," says Carol Ann Baily, director of Off-Campus Student Services at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro."That's because they would have to do something about it."Baily has given the issue a lot of thought: She's the former chair of the National Academic Advising Association's Advising Adult Learners Commission.
Too often, she
says, support services are structured for young adults,full-time students whose lives revolve around campus.
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Dr. Carol Ann Baily has served as Director of the Adult Services Center at Middle Tennessee State University for twelve years in addition to teaching conversational French to adults.A native of Florida she holds both a masters degree in French and a doctorate in higher education from Vanderbilt University.Dr. Baily currently lives in Nashville.
The very first step to take, ...
The very first step to take, says Carol Ann Baily, director of MTSU's Adult Services Center, is to "call the admissions office and ask them to mail you a catalog and schedule book.
Baily suggests that adults returning to college "really need to shop around" at area schools, "because programs at each school differ.
You need to go through the application process to find out if they have the program that interests you and to figure out how it fits into your schedule."
The main concern of most adults returning to school, says Baily
, is that they won't fit in. "They think everybody on the campus is 18 years old, but they aren't," she