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Live to Give with Special Education

Joining the family business is less about continuing a service and more about fulfilling a calling for SNU student Ashley Talburt, who is working toward her M.A. Administration of Special Education.

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From Tragedy to Triumph

This August, Twyler Earl sat in the first class of her Doctor of Education in Administration and Leadership class. Only a year prior, she didn’t know if she’d make it through the night.

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A Day in the Life of an Online Student

There are plenty of reasons why someone might want to earn their degree online--convenience, the ability to study anywhere, time-constraints, and more. For Jordan Hernandez, it was to complete his education while pursuing a life-changing career opportunity.

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Setbacks to Stepping Stones

Nikki Buckelew is an entrepreneur at heart with the desire to serve others through business. That led her to earn her real estate license as a twenty-one-year-old mother and work for several years helping people buy and sell homes. But sometimes, life calls for different needs in different seasons. As a young, newly divorced mother, Nikki knew she needed a job with a stable income to support her family. 

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Becoming a US Navy Officer

Going to school was just a dream when Lieutenant Jeffrey Migdal enlisted in the Navy in 2002. Seventeen years later, he made that dream a reality.

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Living the Dream

Brittany Hall knew it was time for a change.

She had been working at a desk job for years and felt stuck inside. Seeing her husband, who works as a university track coach, live his dream every day inspired her to chase her own.

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Succeeding as a Veteran

Transitioning out of the military can be as confusing as transitioning into the military. When you add higher education into the mix, you can get lost. Southern Nazarene University offers a place for veterans to escape the confusion: the Veterans Educational Transitions Success (VETS) Center.

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