This content is sponsored by The College Board – CLEP At times, it’s felt like you were never going to get to a place where college or graduate school would be realistic. You’ve waited and bided your time. Through deployments and babies and PCS moves, you’ve been holding onto your dream. Now, finally, your […]
This content is sponsored by The College Board Nontraditional students – you know, the category that parents, veterans, anyone over the age of 25 fall into – are on the rise in colleges across the country. They bring with them some unique challenges, including childcare issues, geographic limitations, and work-school-life balance. Enter, CLEP […]
This content is sponsored by The College Board. Maybe you have delayed your education or career because of the military or children or so many other reasons. Well, now is the time to get started and invest in yourself. With 33 tests to put you on the road to your degree, The College Board – […]
Sponsored by The College Board | When I was a new college freshman, the wisest piece of advice that I received was to “test out” of as many required classes that I could, a move that would save me money in the long run.
This is the second in a three-part series sponsored by The American Women’s College of Bay Path University Each year millions of adults over the age of 24 make the decision to return to college, yet the path to a college education for adult learners is not an easy one. For military spouses, […]
The Pat Tillman Foundation has begun accepting applications for the 2018 Tillman Military Scholarship program. The scholarship assists with academic expenses, and can be used for tuition and fees, living expenses, and books. Tillman Scholars can expect an average award of $10,000. The foundation began accepting applications on February 1, and will continue to accept […]