While you’re taking a break from classes, online or traditional, for the holidays, you’ve probably taken a minute to reflect on the year that’s about the end. And there was some much to love about 2013. Government intrigue between the White House, the NSA, and leaker Edward Snowden kept us on the edge of our… 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


Mercer County Community College (MCCC) recently announced that students can now register for spring semester classes that will begin at the end of February, Mercerspace.com reports.

Officials told the news providers that students can take courses on subjects such as business, education, children’s literature, philosophy, psychology, history, computers and sociology, among others. Furthermore, these classes are offered on campus and online through the school’s virtual college.… Read More


Officials from the Chadron State College, which is located in Nebraska, recently announced that enrollment has increased by nearly 3 percent since last year, KCSR reports. School officials attribute the recent success to new online programs and the growing number of students who are seeking masters degrees. Enrollment in the school's graduate programs has increased… Read More