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  • 2019 New Year's Resolutions for Adult Students

    As you pursue your degree and set goals for the New Year, remember to focus on improving yourself outside the classroom as well! What might you do to better your studies or your overall well-being? Consider some of these resolutions for 2019.

  • How to Complete the FAFSA (2018)

    Financial aid can be a vital yet complicated part of higher education. You'll want to identify the basics of the FAFSA to maximize the available financial resources.

  • How to Learn From Your Mistakes

    It’s been said that it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert in almost any field. Making mistakes during these 10,000 hours is inevitable and is just a part of the learning process, especially as a student. Here are a few ways to help you move forward and make the best of your blunders.

  • Think Outside the Coffee Shop: Top Places to Study

    Making time to study for your online education can be a lonely endeavor, but it doesn’t have to be. Don’t be afraid to think outside of the coffee shop! Pack up your belongings and explore some of the top places to study or work remotely for your online schooling.

  • Writing a Stand Out Resume

    Your resume is essentially a window to your personal brand. Keep it simple, be creative, thoughtful, and concise. A clean design or format and crisp, concise writing are important. Make your resume stand out by using these tips.

  • How to Beat Writer’s Block

    Writer’s block can get the best of even the most creative student. From changing your environment to listening to music, there are many inspiring ways to beat a writer’s worst foe and produce quality work.

  • Effective Goal-Setting Tactics: How Students Can Set SMART Goals

    Setting S.M.A.R.T. goals can help you hold yourself accountable, refine your personal and educational objectives, find focus among the many distractions, and track your progress along the way. Follow these few tips on how to set S.M.A.R.T. goals of your own that may help you along your journey to earning your degree.

  • 4 Reasons College Students Should Make Time for Exercise

    Studies show that regular exercise provides students with important cognitive benefits that could have positive effects on their scholarly efforts. So, it's important to make time for your classes, job, family and social activities; however, exercise should also play a big role in weekly plans. Read a few tips on why you should make time for working out.

  • Brain Foods: Can What You Eat Improve Your Learning?

    Healthy eating and good night's sleep can assist you with mental clarity, mood, memory, and ability to focus. Berries, avocados, salmon, eggs, nuts, chocolate and more... We've compiled a list of 10 brain foods that can boost your studies and help you put your best foot forward each day as you log in or attend class.