So you’re thinking about taking a foreign language course online, but it seems so, well, foreign from what you remember of high school Spanish. There’s a good reason for that – it is different, but that’s not a bad thing.
Online courses are a great option if you’re looking to learn a new
Some things once seemed impossible: Cordless phones, cooking without heat (hello, microwave!), “test-tube” babies. Add to that list really good science labs conducted online.
Wait! Don’t science labs need beakers, test tubes, dangerous chemicals, and the close supervision of a worried instructor
You're returning to college because you finally know what you want to do and you've got to finish your degree. Now they're telling you you have to take required courses that have NOTHING to do with what you want to learn.
The last thing you want to do is slog through (1) Biology, (2) Western
Yes, you did it! You decided to attend college online and now you’re an online college student. Your first day of class is approaching and a million questions hit you:
- How does the first day work?
- When can I see the syllabus?
- What will class be like?
- Am I ready?
- I’ve never done this before –
Your nonprofit organization has charged you with writing grants to help raise needed funding.
You’re well aware of how essential nonprofits are to North Carolina: They provide one out of every 10 jobs in the state, deliver needed services like food banks and hospice care, and