Google the term ‘college‘ in March and you are likely to get a ton of search results about the NCAA basketball tournament, affectionately referred to as March Madness. It triggers office brackets and binge basketball viewing, even during work hours. In short, it pretty much takes over American culture. If you aren’t familiar with March… Read More


Being well-rounded. Thinking critically. Life experience. These are all good reasons to go to college, online or traditional. But, with college costs climbing, parents and students are fully justified in questioning if all that money is a good investment, more than just a glorified summer camp. But how do you put a dollar figure on… Read More


Whether your planning on sending your child, or yourself, to college online or on campus, there is always one big question on your mind: How am I going to pay for all this? As you’ll see in our newest infographic, you want to start saving for a college education as soon as possible. No, seriously.… Read More


Most colleges, online or traditional, recommend that, for every credit hour students take, they spend three hours per week preparing for class. That means reading, completing assignments, and doing quizzes. For a full-time student taking 15 credit hours, for example, that would mean 45 hours preparing for class per week. Despite these recommendations to students,… Read More


Studies show that almost all students, at tradition and online colleges, enter college expecting to study far more than they did in high school. Despite this fact, however, most college students study far less than they should. According to a recent study at La Roche College and the National Survey of Student Engagement at Indiana… Read More