- How do you know which degree is right for you?
- What can you do with a particular degree?
While the learning outcomes are the same, studying for and participating in online courses is a little different than for those held on campus. So what are the differences? We've outlined them below.
As a transfer student you're likely curious if your prior coursework will transfer to the college or university you now want to attend.
Because of the many applications received by colleges and universities you likely can't get your transcript evaluated by them before you apply because their first priority is to those who have already applied.
Finishing college is hard. Finishing it as an adult is even harder. If it was easy a lot more than 33 percent of returning adult college students would graduate.
Finishing college also takes time. It takes time every day to attend class and complete coursework, and it takes time to complete all the required courses to earn a degree.
Almost everyone I've encountered who has considered going back to college to finish an undergraduate degree wants to do it in as little time as possible.
Many adult college students think since they're older and have some real world experience that classroom learning will be quick and easy. They somehow think they can take several classes at one time and finish their degree quickly. The result? Most end up quitting college - again.
Yes, there really are advantages to being an adult college student.
When thinking about a return to college many adults imagine all the OBSTACLES they will face and forget to think about the ADVANTAGES they have as adults in the college classroom. So in case you're struggling to identify those advantages - we've outlined some for you below.
Attending college online is hard work. It’s even harder if you’re juggling a job and family. To make it easier, we’ve outlined 10 great Apps (some free, some with small fee) that can help you stay organized and keep the end goal in sight.
Here’s a list of things you should check out to ensure you receive a quality education that meets your goals.
- They're Accredited
Well, not all of them, but many are. Accreditation by a reputable agency is your guarantee that the college or university you're considering can deliver the high-quality education it promises. It assures quality control.
Transitioning from one career to another can be challenging, so we're sharing some easy ingredients employers have told us make a career change candidate stand out.
Are you thinking about returning to college and enrolling in an online degree program? If so, are you curious who your classmates are likely to be if you do? We've outlined the answers for you in the infographic below.