What is the return on investment or ROI of graduate school? Is the long-term payoff worth the initial cost? As Benjamin Franklin advised: “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”
Call it one of the many ways the world pivoted due to the pandemic. Standardized test scores from the SAT or ACT were once a requirement for admission to nearly all colleges and universities. However, many schools adopted test-optional policies in 2020. So depending on where you are applying, you may not HAVE to take the ACT to get into college. But you may want to anyways.
Some simple tips to turn any dream into reality include choosing a realistic goal, breaking it into achievable steps and celebrating milestones. But when it comes to adult students completing a degree or earning a master’s degree, here are 10 specific steps to achieve your career goals and not just dream.
College retention and graduation rates are two statistics that can give you a idea of how successful students are at a certain college or university.
Deciding to get your masters degree is a big step. Here are the top five reasons to get your masters degree. Hint: It’s more than promotions and pay raises.
It’s conventional wisdom that the best way to know if a college is right for you is to physically tour campus. Thanks to COVID-19, the in-person campus tour may not always be an option. Enter the Virtual College Tour.
Being an adult comes with a lot of responsibility. You’re managing your household, making time for your spouse, making sure you have enough groceries to get you through the week, paying bills, etc. Going back to college as an adult can seem daunting. But, here are some tips on how to balance work, family and going back to school.
The value of a liberal arts education is that when you earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in computer science, education, business, etc., you will be prepared for your chosen field, with a broader educational background.
My name is Christie Tabler and I am a wife and mother of three young men ages 23, 21 and 18. I received a BSN over 26 years ago and have found as with any career there are many different aspects and opportunities to advance and grow. In the last 5 years, I found myself […]
How might you get involved on campus as a first-year student? Let us count the ways – and the reasons – that it is a good idea to consider extracurricular opportunities along with academics when considering a college.