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Earn a Bachelor Degree Online

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Having a Bachelor's degree can really boost your earning potential and help you achieve a great amount of personal satisfaction. The responsibilities of work, family and life have kept some people from fulfilling their dreams of earning a college degree, but thanks to the Internet, that no longer has to be the case. It is [...]

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Many people decide on distance education for its speed and convenience. Online learners can work at their individual pace and complete much faster than traditional learners. But, with the demands of everyday life, many people need ways to get their degrees in less time. Earning a degree faster may signify making a bigger salary, finding [...]

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graduated from a community college in 1976 w/ an AS in business...recently laid off w/ a year's severance and $5000 for education. Would like to complete my BS/BA degree, but would need an online program and it's important that it be regionally accredited (like the WASC) so that it will be viewed as "legitimate". I'm [...]

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Program to help Iowa students complete two-year degree
IOWA CITY -- A new program will give Iowa community college students the ability to earn their associates degree even if they transfer to one of Iowa's public universities. The Board of Regents...

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The word "college" usually conjures up images of fresh-faced, eager-eyed students, getting ready for the biggest academic surprise of their life. But college is not just for the twenty-something's in life. College is, and should be, the pursuit of adults, tooeven working adults.

Working Adults Have a Need

Education has a profound impact [...]

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The toolbox revisited : paths to degree completion from high school through college

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Low cost access to statewide online education network
Students and parents in PA now qualify LOCK HAVEN Exclusive to PA college and university students, and their parents, Keystone Community Network, Inc. (KCnet) is now able to offer access to its Knowledge Keystone online education network for the upcoming 2011/2012 academic year for $50 per [...]

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