Adult students have a lot to bring to the college experience. If the thought of going back to school gives you butterflies, build up your confidence with these great study tips, online practice resources, and advice from one who’s been there.
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If you are an adult learner with some college credit, but no degree, Kaplan University’s innovative new Open College will help you earn a Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies by combining prior credit with Kaplan courses and free open online resources!
A nursing degree allowed Kathy Getchel to make a bigger impact in her career as a hospital leader and nurse educator.
Adults over 40 are looking to education to improve their career prospects. These tips will help nontraditional students find financial aid.
Melissa Bowermaster was a volunteer at her local child advocacy center but after wanting to do more, she got her bachelor’s in human services from Kaplan University. Now she’s the executive director of Jessie’s Place, a child advocacy center in Citrus county, Florida and helps her community in meaningful ways every day.
Learning never goes out of style, but you may need to brush up on a few things to make your new college experience a successful one. Following these five expert tips will help you prepare for your return to the college classroom.
Adult college students should be aware of opportunities to earn college credit for what they already know. Prior learning credit speeds up the degree process, saving students time and money.
Finding money for college can be challenging, but we’ve got a list of great resources to help you find tuition assistance and meet your educational goals.
Switching careers is a big step but you can make a late-life career change happen. Use our career change advice to get the job you dream about.
The experience you’ve received in the military can be transferred into advanced nursing degrees in the civilian workforce earning you higher salaries in a growing field.
Going back to school as an adult? Don’t fret! Nontraditional students are no longer uncommon. Read about one woman’s journey to get her bachelor’s degree at age 29 and other options students like her have for going back to school.
by Purvi S. Mody for StudentAdvisor.com Back to school season is upon us, and for most students that means new teachers, new classes, and new responsibilities. In order to have a successful year, no matter what grade you are in, it is important to follow some basic rules of etiquette for back to school. Your […]
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