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Peace and Conflict Student Learns the Power of Support

February 23, 2018 by Karen Grossman |

When Neukisha Motsinger came across the online Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) at UNCG, she wasn’t looking for a second degree.

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Applying to Four-Year Colleges: What Community College Students Should  Know

June 14, 2017 by Karen Grossman |

Applying to a four-year college or university may involve a few more steps than applying to community college, but don’t let the enrollment process scare you. There may be more boxes to check, but you can stay on task with admission requirements, deadlines, and application fees with some

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4 Resolutions Worth Keeping This Year

January 23, 2017 by Karen Grossman |

We have the best of intentions when making New Year’s resolutions. Somewhere along the way, many of us lose sight of the things we really need to improve. Maybe cutting sweets entirely isn’t realistic but if you can’t stick to your whole list this year, here are four resolutions worth keeping.

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Winnie-the-Pooh's Wisdom Still Resonates With Adults

January 18, 2017 by Karen Grossman |

As children, we didn’t suspect the funny predicaments of a tubby storybook bear were actually lessons about friendship and acceptance. Turns out that Winnie-the-Pooh’s wisdom is still relevant in our lives today.

“These are all observations about how a wise person responds to various challenging

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Make The Most of Your Community College Credits

June 09, 2016 by Coventry Kessler |

Lots of people decide to start college at a community college. The location is convenient, tuition and fees are modest, and most may not yet know what they want to major in. If you're in this position, community college is a great choice AND it can be a successful springboard to a

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Didn't finish College? You're not alone. 40% of college students don't.

April 14, 2016 by Kelly Paul |
Students drop out of college for many reasons:
  • Not enough money
  • Not sure what to major in
  • Changing family situations
  • Work schedule conflicts
  • Not focused on studies
  • And lets face it; college isn't for everyone.
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3 Tips for Structuring Your Professional Studies Concentration

May 15, 2015 by Trina Gabriel |
The Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies (BLS) with a concentration in Professional Studies allows for a large measure of flexibility and creativity. However, your flexibility and creativity will need some structure. It's all about having a plan.
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