While it’s true that getting your degree when you’ve been out of school for a long time can be a challenge, it also has many incredible rewards. Think it’s too late to go back? Think again. Here’s what you need to know about going back to school later in life, whether you’re 35 or 60!
In this article, we argue that the college journey is entirely about self-improvement. Of course, your education is important and comes first. However, the priority areas highlighted here should help present you in the best possible form after your graduation.
As stay-at-home orders spread across the nation, campuses were forced to close and schools began to hold classes online for the rest of the semester—and possibly beyond.
There is hardly a time in human life when we need good memory more than in our undergraduate years. Under the pressure of deadlines, one may find it really hard to concentrate on memorizing the material. But, luckily, there are multiple memory improvement techniques. In this list, we have gathered memory-boosting tips that work best for students.
States affected by the Coronavirus are announcing school and daycare closures all across the country in an attempt to reduce the spread. While the effort will help to protects our loved ones and others against potential infection, how do you deal with the infectious boredom in your own household?
If you’re a knowledge seeker and have a passion for spreading positive information, then carry on reading. This article will explore how knowledge can be spread and why all forms of education are important.
To date, a college degree is still the best route toward building a satisfying and rewarding life. However, many underserved groups fail to receive adequate education to prepare for the rigors of higher learning.
There is a lot of information out there today, over the student debt burden. News articles regarding the effects of the student loan on its borrowers, paint a very grim picture. Data shows that 44.5 million Americans owe $1.5 trillion in education debt. The average amount owed by a 2017 graduate stands at $37,102. This is a 78% rise from the average owed, a decade earlier.
This article will aim to help you and your child navigate this highly stressful environment by providing advice on not just surviving, but thriving in test season.
These days, more and more students are traveling internationally to develop their intercultural fluency. Travel provides an opportunity for self-discovery, allowing for intellectual and spiritual growth through cross-cultural connection.