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Virtual Town Hall Meeting
On August 18, 2020, Humphreys University held its first informational Virtual Town Hall Meeting. The meeting included a greeting from our President, Robert Humphreys, Jr. as well as experts from the University staff in the areas of Admissions, Financial Aid, The Undergraduate and Graduate degrees available, Humphreys Teacher Credential Program, and the University Laurence Drivon School of Law. Each speaker presented a wealth of information that was designed to help all students, both present and future, to understand Humphreys University as both an educational institution and a dedicated and committed member of the Stockton community.
With a relationship that has spanned over 120 years, Humphreys University continues to serve the Stockton Community. The recent disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges for the Humphreys University community and we have embraced those challenges.
Virtual Classrooms have been created, communication has taken on a variety of formats, and staff have ensured that all questions and concerns are being responded to in a timely manner. We are proud of that response and our entire team.
We are now planning our second Virtual gathering, and which will allow for greater interaction with our audience and introduce the talented and accomplished educators that make up the Humphreys University faculty.
We invite you to view the video recording from our Virtual Town Hall Meeting. Information has been divided to cover each topic addressed for quick access to the information of interest to you.
If you have questions about our Virtual Town Halls, please feel free to email Matthew George, Director of Business Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Matthew George is Director of Business Development. He works on the Stockton campus and has been working at Humphreys University in the administrative and faculty sides for almost a decade.