When is it Okay to Stop-Out?

Today's post discusses the issue of stopping out: what it is, why it happens, and when's the best time to consider it.

I’m Ready for College. How Do I Pay For It? *an interview with Dr. Andrea Johnson

*This article address general ways to prepare for and handle finances needed for college. According to U.S. News: Education, college tuition grew by 63% between 2008 and 2020; the average cost for in-state residents at public universities is approximately $11,260 annually ($41,426 for private). Given the rising cost of education, students and families are taking …

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Online or Brick and Mortar? Hmmm . . .

A question that has been asked a lot from prospective nontraditional students is: What’s the difference between a “regular” college and an online college? Well, in some cases, there’s not much difference, and in other cases, there are many differences. It really boils down to what one is looking for in a college experience. One …

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Part-time or Full-time study?

In last week’s blog, I mentioned taking your time to get through school, and one way to do that is attend school part-time. At some point, adult learners become frustrated with academic life. The late night study sessions, multiple paper assignments, and the tedious group projects finally take its toll on an already busy, chaotic …

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