For more than 125 years, UNCG has provided not only opportunity for its students, but also a path for achieving their goals. From its beginnings as a small woman’s college in 1892 to its current status as a nationally ranked leader, UNCG continues its growth with more than 250 bachelor’s,
If you’ve never taken an online class before, you might be skeptical of the experience. Here are a few misconceptions we’d like to clear up to set the record straight.
At some point in your life, you’ve probably frantically said, “Where did the time go!?” And if you’re thinking of becoming an online student, your question might even be “Where will my time come from!?”
6:03 a.m., 2:30 p.m., 9:56 p.m.—Day or night, as an online student, you can schedule your
Taking an online class doesn’t mean breaking up with education as you know it. Your classmates and instructors are only an email, video session, or phone call away. You’ll still have the support you need right at your fingertips.
Starting to feel butterflies? Here are four reasons to fall for
You’ve decided to go back to college and earn a degree. You’re pretty excited, but also a little worried. After all, it’s been a long time since you were in school. How are you going to do?
Here’s the good news: Older students who’ve been “out in the world” for a while tend to do better than
New students are sometimes shocked to discover that they have to take General Education Courses (GECs) before they can concentrate on their major. “I know what I want to do!” they protest. “Why do I have to take [sociology, literature, math, natural science, history, you name it]? I’m never
The short answer? No.
Degrees earned at an academic institution do not state that a degree was earned in person or online. They simply communicate that one has EARNED a particular degree.
Often, what people REALLY want to know when they ask if an online degree says “online,” is whether employers