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ERIC Number: ED035043
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Aug
Pages: 40
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Married Student Outreach Programs Completed During the 1968-69 Academic Year at Colorado State University. Research Report No. 29.
Moore, Marv; And Others
In 1968 the Counseling Center at Colorado State University created a ten-week pilot seminar for normal married students. Couples explored their marriage relationship aiming to discover better ways of growing together. Later in 1968, some philosophical guidelines were proposed for working with married students on campus. With these two projects finished, three new projects were begun in 1969. The first was an interest-opinion survey, designed to find the answers to questions concerning types of programs married students preferred and the amount of support present in the married student housing community. The second project consisted of three student marriage seminars consisting of four couples each. The basic purpose of these seminars was to teach participants some concepts and exercises for improving their interpersonal communication. The third project was the setting up of an experimental social center. The social center was not totally a success; few people used it. However, it was open for a short time and its use was increasing when it closed. Recommendations for programs are given. (KJ)
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Authoring Institution: Colorado State Univ., Ft. Collins. Univ. Counseling Center.
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