From determining how you will afford the added expense to learning new technology, here are a few tips for overcoming challenges as an adult student.
Whether you’re considering an on-campus, online, virtual or accelerated program, here are a few things to keep in mind when you are choosing a college as an adult student.
If you’ve considered going back to college, you may have come across the term nontraditional student. What does that mean? What is a nontraditional student?
If you’ve asked yourself “should I finish my degree,” learn from three working professionals who once pondered that same question.
A reading endorsement is a certification Ohio teachers can earn to enhance classroom lessons, improve job prospects and increase compensation. Simply put, it’s a great way for teachers to expand their horizons!
Intervention specialists are versatile educators who teach children who have been identified as needing specially designed instruction. Both current teachers and traditional college students can pursue coursework to become an intervention specialist.
Considering a return to school but not sure if it is financially feasible? Whether you’re going to school to complete your bachelor’s degree or are pursuing advanced education, here is a look at financial aid for adult students.
Are you ready to advance in your career by earning a master’s degree? Are you hesitant to take that step, asking “Am I smart enough for grad school?” Motivation is just as important as “smarts.”
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.”
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.