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Your academic needs as a college or university student deserve to be fulfilled.  The education articles provided here can help you to research offerings at accredited postsecondary schools that are designed to meet your individual needs.  For example, if you’re currently in the military, you can find information on financial aid programs and scholarships designed specifically for military personnel.  If you’re a parent, you can also find data on topics such as working with your recent high school graduates to visit and review colleges and universities.  Additionally, guidance on understanding skills and habits required to succeed at college as a continuing education adult or a current student pursuing advanced college degrees comprises the resources section.  The wealth of material offered in the resources can help to shorten the amount of time it could take for you to succeed at the next step in your academic career.

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Whether this is your first time attending college or you’re an adult who’s been attending college for four or more years, an overview of the information in resources may help you.  Types of topics covered in resources include:

  • Technology and equipment required to enroll in online college programs
  • Writing effective college admissions essays
  • Creating effective study habits
  • Registering for college internships and work/study programs
  • Developing time and project management skills
  • Studying with tutors or college study groups
  • Scheduling regular meetings with your college professors
  • Getting the most out of discussions and meetings you have with academic advisors
  • Benefits of attending online colleges
  • Disadvantages associated with completing distance learning programs
  • Finding scholarships and grants
  • Balancing work and school
  • Gaining the support of your family members as you pursue college degrees
  • Staying motivated and encouraged throughout your college career
  • Letting your employers know about your postsecondary goals
  • Aligning your college degrees with your personal and professional aspirations and goals
  • Types of undergraduate and graduate degrees you can enroll in
  • Advantages of completing clinical assignments
  • Employer thoughts and attitudes about distance learning programs
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Regardless of where you are in your postsecondary education career these resources can benefit you and help you understand how to get the most out of your college experience.  You can also share the information with your colleagues, children who have recently entered their junior or senior year in high school or with your fellow classmates who are attending the same (or a different) college or university that you’re attending.  Knowledge you gain here might even help you to discover a way to shorten the amount of time it takes you to get college degrees.

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