Part-time studies are particularly convenient for students who wish to combine University work with employment or personal commitments. They also provide a stepping stone to full-time studies for students who have been away from formal education for a few years and wish to try out University before committing themselves to a full-time program.
One of the advantages of Glendon's part-time day studies program is the availability of some block-scheduled courses, classes which meet one day a week, cutting down on commuting time and allowing for ease in scheduling other commitments around University work.
About a third of Glendon students are pursuing their degrees on a part-time basis, taking from six to 21 credits per session. They enjoy the same privileges and freedoms as full-time students in terms of course choice, accessibility of resources and participation in campus life, and are subject to the same regulations.