Thousands of college students get good grades and land solid jobs every year, but it takes an elite kind of student to be recognized by peer professionals as an up-and-coming leader. Two female students from Ashford University received this level of recognition last month when they were named “Emerging Leaders” by Women’s Connection, one of… Read More


Free online classes are popping up all over. And not just at community colleges and trade schools. Some of the highest ranked universities in the U.S. are leading the charge, offering free sample online classes to anybody with an Internet connection. Mostly, these classes involve videos of lectures, downloadable books and readings, and sometimes virtual… Read More


Face it, most of us who have even thought about a graduate degree generally fall into two categories: those of us who want to earn more money and therefore are willing and committed enough to go back to school; and those of us whose career goals require the further education, such as a doctor, counselor,… Read More


More and more, online schools are trying to find ways to better serve the men and women who sacrifice years of their lives to serve the United States of America. Recently, Grand Canyon University Online followed this trend by joining the Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges Degree Network System (or SOCCOAST), which is a network of colleges… Read More


If you have never taken online classes before, the idea can be daunting. You know it is not like the traditional classes you took in elementary, middle, or high school. If you have attended college, you suspect online classes will not be like the college lectures you participated in, with a room and an instructor… Read More