Make no mistake, going to college or university for the first time is sure to fill you with a whole bunch of different emotions. These will probably include a mixture of excitement, anticipation, nerves, fear or even downright terror!
After all, going to college isn’t the same as school.You’ve officially ceased to be a child and are now taking those first steps on that road to adulthood.… Continue reading
Whether you are an online nursing student or studying in a classroom environment, these blogs and websites will inspire, entertain and educate as you work toward your goal of becoming a nurse. Each resource on this list is different, but they all share one common theme- nursing.… Continue reading
Students heading off to college after high school graduation often pick a school based on its popularity or where their friends plan to matriculate. As a non-traditional student, you should put a little more thought process into choosing the college you plan to attend.… Continue reading
Every culinary school student is unique, but they all share a love of food and cooking. We’ve rounded up a list of some of the best blogs around for culinary school students. These blogs will teach you new tricks to use in the kitchen, offer up delightful recipes or offer you a real life insight into the struggles and joys of culinary school.… Continue reading
Returning to school to earn a degree can provide great rewards, but make sure you don’t sacrifice other important aspects of your life along the way. Find out how to successfully balance your family, career, and schoolwork as a non-traditional student.… Continue reading
The internet has changed the way that we learn. Whether you are taking online or classroom college courses, these resources can help. Check out a few today. Happy studying!
1. Grammar Girl - Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing (http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/)
When do I need to use a comma?… Continue reading
A college education represents a major investment of time and money – a powerful investment in your future. The basic costs every student faces can be broken into two categories: direct and indirect costs. Direct costs are comprised of your tuition, student fees and books.… Continue reading
No time like now to go back to college
Why would someone consider returning to college as a non-traditional student? There are as many reasons as there were for leaving school in the first place. You may be one of those people who got tired of classes and convinced yourself that high school could provide all the education needed for your career.… Continue reading
There are an estimated 37 million Americans who have some college credit but no degree — and Western Governors University is trying to change that. The nonprofit online school is challenging many traditional concepts about higher education with a new approach aimed to help adult students finish college.… Continue reading
Workers are dropping out of the labor force in droves, and they are mostly women. In fact, many are young women. But they are not dropping out forever; instead, these young women seem to be postponing their working lives to get more education.… Continue reading