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Adult Education

6 Adult Education Myths That May Keep You From Enrolling

As you enter adulthood and the busyness of life creeps in, big dreams of returning to college can feel far away. Your schedule is demanding and family responsibilities take up a lot of your time. Maybe you’re also focused on moving up the career ladder. As you consider the prospects of going back to school, it’s easy to get in your own head about whether it’s too late or if you can find the program that’s right for you. 
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Adult Education

10 Movies That Will Inspire You to Return to College

Planning a return to college as an adult? It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the dozens of decisions you must make, the time management challenges, and sometimes by the nagging suspicion that perhaps you’re not really cut out for this.  One of the things you probably learned in school — a lesson that will be repeated during your return to college — is the power of fiction to help us better understand ourselves and the world around us. The right movies can help you relax with your family, remind everyone why you’re going back to school, and inspire you to keep pressing forward.
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Student Success Tips

7 Ways to Make College More Affordable

The average college student graduates with $30,000 in student debt. If you pursue grad school or take longer than usual to graduate, your debt load could be even higher. It’s enough to make any student think twice before investing in a degree program. Despite this price tag, a college degree remains one of the best investments you can make, with an extraordinary return on your initial costs. 
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Adult Education

The Ins and Outs of Student Loan Forgiveness

The average college graduate has more than $30,000 in student loan debt. This can feel like an overwhelming sum. Nevertheless, it’s small compared to your potential earnings. College degree holders had median weekly earnings of $1,248 in 2019, compared to just $746 for high school graduates and $833 for those who attend but do not graduate college. In just a year or two, your additional earnings may greatly exceed the amount of your debt. 
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Adult Education

6 Tips to Make Applying for College Easier

Applying for college is a powerful step toward a better life. College graduates have median weekly earnings that are $502 higher than those with just a high school diploma. 
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Veteran Students

VA Headaches? Here’s What the Best Universities for Veterans Offer

Veterans have experienced a world many civilians never even think about, whether they’ve been deployed abroad or simply weathered the rigors of training camp. When it comes time to leave the military, these experiences continue to offer immense value. 
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Veteran Students

Top 4 Financial Aid Options for Veterans You Don’t Have to Pay Back

Going back to school after serving your country doesn’t need to come with an exorbitant price tag. There are options available to you as a veteran and adult that making earning your college degree financially feasible without putting you or your family in a financial hardship. Continue reading to discover financial aid options that will make graduation more possible than ever before.
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Veteran Students

What Are Your Options for VA Education Benefits?

Veterans benefits can change lives. Indeed, many scholars believe that in the middle half of the 20th century, the GI Bill® played a critical role in building the middle class. College became accessible to people who might never have otherwise considered it. Today, VA education benefits can also play a critical role in launching the life you want, whether you’re leaving the military now or have long held a civilian job. Here’s what you need to know to get the benefits you worked so hard for. 
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Graduate Degrees

5 Reasons to Go to College in Tulsa

Southern Nazarene University’s location in Tulsa has helped countless students earn their bachelor’s and master’s degrees, all with a convenient schedule that works for working adults. With so many options to attend online universities, why study in Tulsa? We have a few great reasons.
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Graduate Degrees

5 Reasons to Attend College in Bethany

SNU's main campus is located in the heart of Bethany, Oklahoma, a suburb of Oklahoma City. If you’re considering going back to school, SNU is a great place to enroll. Here are a few reasons why.
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