Fall always brings a little bit of magic with it. Don’t let your busy schedule and studies keep you from fully experiencing it! Switching up your study spot a bit can help you enjoy the season as well as stay productive!
Whether it's been five, ten or fifteen years since you've been in school, you can still start your classes off strong. Laying a good foundation will be vital to reducing stress throughout the program. These seven steps will help create good habits that will follow you throughout your program and give you the space and time to figure out what works best for you.
Being an adult student positions you for success in ways that aren’t typically available in a traditional setting. With age comes wisdom, and, sometimes, new ways to success. There are colleges - SNU included - that offer benefits beyond the basic expectations.
In 2019, we’re not tied down to much. We can work remotely, send messages electronically, pay our bills online, and we can take college classes online. A college education is more accessible now than in any other time in history. Working adult students especially have more options to further their education than ever before. It’s never been a better time to take advantage of these opportunities and make your dreams a reality.
While Oklahoma is a great place to live and attend college, several issues face our state that will need mental health professionals to help solve. A recent eight-part series in the Tulsa World highlights issues like incarceration rates, adverse childhood experience scores, homelessness, trauma, and more.
There are a few magical letters in the world. Everyone generally likes hearing y-e-s. In baseball, it’s all about RBI. The military implements acronyms like they’re going out of style. And then there’s the all-important letters in business: MBA.
America is changing. People are aging and living longer. With more people living into advanced ages, the treatment needs of the community evolve. There is a growing need for individuals who are committed to working with the elderly. To begin a fulfilling career, we recommend enrolling in a program like Family Studies and Gerontology.
Career advancement is the primary reason adult students go back to college. When researching future schools and their programs, savvy students make sure the program they want is available and look for indications that they’ll receive a quality education by reviewing coursework, expected outcomes, faculty background and accreditation.