The College of Adult Professional Studies was created to meet the educational needs of working adults so they can realize their dreams of earning a college degree.
Whether you are a professional who needs extra course work to meet the requirements for a promotion at work, a single parent who hopes to finish a degree started a little while back, or someone who is simply looking for a chance at a new professional and personal beginning, choosing one of the adult education programs at Christian Brothers University is the option for you.
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Domestic violence/relationship abuse refers to intimate relationships, not child abuse.Because the vast majority of relationship abuse is committed by men against women in heterosexual relationships, this website sometimes contains the female gender pronoun when referring to the abused person.You must have registered for classes before enrolling in a payment plan, and you must not have an outstanding balance from a previous term.In compliance with FERPA, only students are authorized to access their CBU student account.Once the student has completed this process, you can view the student's bills and make payments by using the username and PIN provided to you by the student.
If you intend to be a full time student, you must be registered for 12-18 hours.Please see our Definitions page and our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information. All of these emotions are normal responses to abuse. But no matter what others might say, you are never responsible for your partner’s abusive actions. Holding abusers accountable sends a message to others that abuse of any kind will not be tolerated in our community.Dating abuse is not caused by alcohol or drugs, stress, anger management, or provocation. Unfortunately, there are still many barriers to justice in the criminal justice system, and when professionals do not understand the dynamics of domestic violence, it can make it difficult to adequately identify and prosecute abusers.Relationship abuse is a pattern of abusive and coercive behaviors used to maintain power and control over a former or current intimate partner.Abuse can be emotional, financial, sexual or physical and can include threats, isolation, and intimidation. When someone uses abuse and violence against a partner, it is always part of a larger pattern of control. If you are being abused by your partner, you may feel confused, afraid, angry and/or trapped.In addition, many women cannot rely on the criminal justice system due to institutional barriers, including discrimination or homophobia.