• Information and details about CPS Commencement Weekend can be found on the University's Commencement Page.
  • If you plan to walk at graduation, please be sure to fill out the CPS Intent to Walk form by March 1, as well as the Prospective Graduate Form, found in MyNova.
  • All CPS credit graduates and certificate completers, please plan to join us for our annual Evening of Celebration, which is held the Thursday of Commencement weekend. Invitations will come via email.

This workshop series is designed to supplement the educational experience of our high achieving students by providing programming on topics relevant to the working adult. The multidisciplinary workshops and networking events seek to educate and empower our students to assist in the pursuit of their educational, professional, and personal goals. We recognize our students are juggling commitments therefore workshops are recorded and posted here for those who cannot attend. Check back to view the most recent workshops!



CPS/CLAS Workshop March 2022: Grieving Amidst the Grind; Staying on Track While Coping with Grief and Loss Presented by Candice Post, PsyD, Staff Psychologist, University Counseling Center

CPS/CLAS Workshop October 2021: Managing Stress Before it Manages You Presented by Stacy Andes, EdD, Director, Office of Health Promotion. View the PowerPoint slides here.

CPS/CLAS Workshop April 2021: Re-focus, Re-connect, and Re-charge: Consider Mindful Living Presented by Dr. Elizabeth Pantesco, Assistant Teaching Professor, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences and Jessica Pallicciotta, Coordinator of Nutrition and Fitness Programs in the Office of Health Promotion

CPS/CLAS Workshop February 2021: Work Wellness: Mind, Body, Soul (the Workout for your Workplace). Dr. Jennifer Joyce, Associate Director Center for Irish Studies & Associate Teaching Professor, ACS Program and Department of English

CPS/CLAS Workshop November 2020: Emotional Challenges for Adult Learners. Presented by Dr. Joan Whitney, Associate Vice President and Executive Director of the University Counseling Center

CPS/CLAS Workshop November 2020: Brain Health: The role mood, metabolism and cognition play  
Learn how to keep your brain healthy and prevent mental decline with proper nutrition and lifestyle. Please follow the link to view the presentation recording with Jessica Pellicciotta, Coordinator of Nutrition and Fitness Programs from the Office for Health Promotion
CPS/CLAS Workshop October 2020: Work/Life Experiments for Adult Students: Balance, wellbeing and the upsides of stress Please follow the link to view the presentation recording with Dr. Heather Cluley, Associate Director and Assistant Teaching Professor of Human Resource Development, Psychological and Brain Sciences.
CPS/CLAS Workshop April 2020: Finishing the semester strong by taking care of yourself Please follow the link to view the presentation recording and transcript with Dr. Stacy Andes, Director of the Office for Health Promotion. 

At your convenience, please view the credit student orientation video and PowerPoint.

Credit Program Orientation Spring 2023

Credit Program PowerPoint Spring 2023

"Walk a Mile with..." Series

Over the summer, we held a special series, "Walk a Mile with...", where we interviewed various Villanova celebrities for 5,280 feet! You can view the past video interviews below. We invite you to get up from your desk, take a break from your day, and listen to the conversations below on leadership, life experience, overall advice, etc.

Wednesday, April 15: Walk a mile with Father Rob Hagan (Senior Associate Athletic Director for Student Athlete Welfare)
Wednesday, April 22: Walk a mile with Dr. Joyce Russell (Dean of the Villanova School of Business and Professor of Management)
Wednesday, April 27: Walk a mile with Father Peter Donohue (Villanova University President)
Wednesday, May 6: Walk a mile with Dean Mark Alexander (Dean and Professor of Law at the Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law)
Wednesday, May 13: Walk a mile with Catherine Wilson (Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration)
Wednesday, May 20: Walk a mile with Pat Maggitti (Provost) 


Vasey Hall 102

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8am - 5pm (Extended hours available during the advisement and registration period) VASEY LOUNGE HOURS Mon-Fri 8am-8pm with Wildcard access