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Choose a college degree with help from an academic advisor
Five tips for avoiding academic fatigue

Tired. Weary. Burned out. Worn down. Drained. Stick-a-fork-in-me-done. Whatever you call it, there will probably come a point in which you’ll feel absolutely exhausted by everything going on in your life. It’s tough stuff juggling academic studies, family and work responsibilities all at the same time. Why, it can be enough to have you thinking […]

Five study habits to help you learn more effectively

When it comes to going back to college, there exists a bit of a paradox: Even though students are in college to learn, they may not be aware of some techniques that can help them learn more effectively. Kind of a problem, especially if you want to get better grades and improve your academic results. […]

Academic accreditation(s) correlate directly to academic quality

“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, […]

Put these helpful hints to work in your favor when deciding which college degree program is right for you.

When you’re a kid, someone invariably asks, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” From firefighter to president, from teacher to trash truck driver, and from lawyer to rock star, we’re all somehow able to answer the question. At such a young age, we don’t know much of anything about work, life […]

Follow this checklist as you consider going back to school.

A checklist is a handy and helpful tool. It helps us remember what not to forget. It helps us prepare for what we have planned. It helps us achieve where we’d like to succeed. If you’re going back to college after dropping out, this checklist will show you how to get ready to go back. […]

Overcome the obstacles preventing you from going back to school.

If you’re an adult considering returning to college, you’re not alone. A large percentage of today’s higher learning landscape is made of adult learners who have gone back to college in order to earn or finish a degree. Maybe you started school in the past but weren’t able to finish.  Or, maybe you’re thinking about […]