Even before the days of shutdowns and quarantines, studying from home offered quite a few perks—it's convenient, it’s free, you can squeeze in a few minutes here and there...but at some point, nearly everyone starts to go a little crazy from distractions, stress, procrastination, unhelpful habits, or just sheer boredom with the never-changing scenery. Thankfully, there are many strategies to minimize the negative effects of staying in.
While April 15th isn’t a party for anyone, there a few things busy students can do to make paying income tax less stressful, whether you file your own or take your documents to an accountant.
Have you been wondering how this income tax season might impact you as an online student? We get a lot of questions from our Accelerated Pathways students and we thought we’d share some of the most frequently asked questions in order to help all online students during tax season.
If you have a few college credits to your name, but you never finished your degree, you’re not alone. In fact, 37 million Americans have had the same experience. If you are starting to wonder if you should go back, we can help. We spoke with two of our Admissions Counselors to compile this list of four questions you should ask yourself.
If you’re one of the thousands of people who resolved to get organized this year, you might feel like the mythological Sisyphus and his boulder that never quite made it up the hill. Don’t give up yet! It’s time to give your goals a boost and remember exactly how much organization can benefit your life.
We're all told that a college degree is the only way to get ahead, but have you done the math? What if after 10 years, your college degree leaves you more in debt than if you went straight into the workforce? It's a scary thought but we're here to help explain your options and some solutions.
Over half of people pursuing a bachelor's degree for the first time take longer than the standard four years to graduate. But, there are ways to shorten the college experience.
Here’s how you can avoid falling behind by finding the perfect online college class to take during your time social distancing.
Discover 13 options that might do more for your degree than you think.
Dual credit doesn’t have to be a game of roulette. Here are the 4 most common mistakes parents and students make when pursuing dual credit.
Before you ditch your laptop and study notes for sunglasses and suitcases, hold on a sec. You might want to pull the desk back out of storage and get started on an online class this summer, and here are 5 great reasons why...
Is your teen getting more and more lost in high school? Believe it or not, a learning disorder could be the culprit.
So, how are you to know what level of education you need? Is a high school diploma enough? Is the master’s degree really the new bachelor’s? Do you need a Ph.D. in order to be taken seriously in your field? Let’s figure it out.
As an artistic book worm, I was an unlikely accountant for sure. However, by pursuing this most unlikely degree choice, I discovered accountants are more than stern, semi-monastic gurus of great financial mysteries. They're organizers on steroids.