Getting involved on campus looks different for adult students than those fresh out of high school, but that doesn’t mean it is impossible! These are some free and low-cost ways you can get your entire family involved on campus!
Working in sports management and administration is a dream for many who grew up around athletics and still actively follow their favorite teams throughout the year. Earning a master’s degree in Sport Management and Administration is one way to break into the field. However, networking with other professionals working in athletics and learning more about the industry is crucial.
Many of our students who manage to go to work, go to school, then come home and serve their families. These men lead incredible lives and are setting prime examples to their children that anything is possible with hard work and dedication. These are their stories.
Being a mom is one of the most challenging, rewarding vocations a person can have. In fact, Psalm 127:3 says, Psalm 127:3: "Behold, children are a heritage from the Lord, the fruit of the womb, a reward." Many women across campus, including students, are raising children and leading by example by pursuing higher education and bettering themselves. Some of these students shared how having children has pushed them to succeed.
Heather thought she would never go back to school.
“In 2012, I went to a community college for about a year, and that was a really great experience, but I had a lot to work out, and I was just overwhelmed,” she said. “So I stopped going to school, and that’s when I accepted the fact that I went, it was a great experience, but it wasn’t for me. Moving on.”