- How do you know which degree is right for you?
- What can you do with a particular degree?
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
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
UNCG's Division of Continual Learning (DCL) conducted research with the Educational Advisory Board (EAB) to identify in-demand workplace skills that employers in the Triad, Triangle, and Charlotte metropolitan areas of North Carolina seek in their college graduate employees. More than 36,000
Returning to college (whether online or face-to-face) to expand one’s knowledge is done for many reasons; it could be for personal satisfaction, career change, or career growth. No matter the reason, it’s important to review options to determine if another degree or a certificate is the best
Online learning requires organization and self-discipline. You may have to fit study around work and family. You have to set your own schedule and make sure you get assignments in on time.
If you are enrolled in an asynchronous program there is no designated class time to prompt you to study
So you’ve decided to apply to an online undergraduate degree completion program at UNCG, now what? There are different departments that need different documents, transcripts to find, school polices to understand, and even federal laws at play. Navigating through the application process can seem