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Adult Education

GRE vs. the GMAT Explained

Getting all your ducks in a row to prepare your application for graduate school can be a lengthy and detailed process. Although Southern Nazarene University doesn’t require applicants to take entrance exams, many colleges request GRE or the GMAT scores.
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Adult Education

20 Reasons Why Adults Are Going Back to School

A million thoughts may have been going through their minds when they hit “apply,” but there was one that brought them to Southern Nazarene University. We think our students are pretty awesome. They are bright, dedicated, driven, and inspiring. Here are reasons why they decided to continue their education at SNU.
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Student Success Tips

How Online Degree Programs Work

Everyone knows how traditional classes work. You attend lecture, see your professor and fellow students face to face, and turn in your assignments. But what about online courses? How do those work?
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Student Success Tips

Student Success Series: How to Ace Your Next Class

Continuing your education proves you’re looking to level up. Whether you started college to advance at work, fulfill a personal goal, or set a good example for your family, it’s time to put the pedal to the metal and do what you came to do. Here are eight ways you can ace your next class.
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Adult Education

How to Excel as a Student with a Full-Time Job

You’re chasing your dream of getting a college education, but you’re also working a full-time job. You know it won’t be easy, but you’re willing to put in the time and energy to make your career and education work.
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Adult Education

9 Helpful Study Tips for Adult Learners

Preparing for exams may leave you flustered, especially if it’s been a decade (or more) since you’ve been in the classroom. Here are nine ways to study for (and ace!) your next exam.
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Adult Education

How Adult Students Can Achieve Work-Life Balance

You made the decision to get the degree, and now juggling all your responsibilities has you toeing the line between treading water and drowning. Even with less time, self-care and balance are more important than ever. Here are fifteen ways you can better balance work, school, and life.
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Adult Education

How One Mother Balanced School and Family

Parenting is no easy feat. Going back to college with a family to care for can seem impossible, but the truth is: it’s more achievable than ever.
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Graduate Degrees

How to Decide if a Private University is Right for You

When deciding where to attend college, choosing a public or private university can make a difference. Here are a few ways private universities compare to their public counterparts.
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Online Degree Programs

5 Things Your Educational Leadership Program Needs to Offer

If you’re looking to become a school administrator, getting the best education you can is paramount to serving your school well. So how do you decide which school is the right fit for you? Here are a few tips:
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