There’s something different about being in front. Think about it. Riding in the first car of a rollercoaster. Sitting front-row at your favorite concert, movie or show. Watching a fireworks display or sunset from prime position. Being in front provides a different experience. Often one that’s unobstructed, unhindered or unrestricted. Being in front can be […]

Since school is starting up soon, it’s a great time for a “Back to School” infographic. Check out some interesting statistics, and if you like what you see, please share it!

“A goal properly set is halfway reached.” —Zig Ziglar If you believe Zig Ziglar, the mere act of deciding to go back to school puts you well on your way to reaching your goal. That’s good news, too, because returning to college is one of the best ways to position yourself for success or successfully […]

“I is a college graduate.” Oh sure, the T-shirt is funny. The lack of quality education behind it? Not so much. Going back to college as an adult is no laughing matter. It takes time, effort, dedication, commitment and a whole host of other things to go back to school—especially if you’re juggling work, home, […]

Parents have been navigating the daycare dilemma for as long as there have been kids and families. Short of staying home with the kids all day and quitting your job, what’s a parent to do when juggling work, kids and classes? Until recently, options for finding quality yet affordable childcare was somewhat limited for adult […]

The first day of a new job is exciting. It’s kind of like the first day of the new school year: ripe with possibility, excitement and energy. You’re ready to take on new things, strut your stuff and shine. Then a few weeks, a couple of months or many years later, you realize something’s changed. […]

If only … I could finish my degree. If only … I could afford to go back to school. If only … going back to college worked with my crazy schedule. If only … it was more convenient to take classes. If only … if only … if only … The “if only” game. We’ve […]

You’re not a kid anymore. And, truthfully, aren’t you glad? Besides the obvious perks of adulthood such as making your own decisions, being an adult affords you something special in the college classroom: autonomy. Studies show that as an adult student, you possess a greater sense of maturity along with your life experiences, making you […]

What’s popular among students and equally in demand by employers? A business administration degree. So say the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and U.S. News & World Report. NCES reports that increases in the number of degrees conferred is expected to continue through academic year 2021-22. A recent […]

Skipping class is hardly an option if you’re an adult returning to college. Chances are, you (or your employer) are paying your tuition, so you’ll want to make every class count. Even if that’s not the case, it’s quite likely that you’re extremely motivated to finish your degree so you can change or advance your […]