Adult students need financial aid as much as traditional college students do. Find opportunities to fund your college education with these 4 smart tips.
The career benefits of earning advanced degrees are well known, but do you have to break the bank to get one? If you’re deciding between online, traditional, or blended learning options for your new degree, factor these online learning benefits into your choice.
If you are an adult learner with some college credit, but no degree, Kaplan University’s innovative new Open College will help you earn a Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies by combining prior credit with Kaplan courses and free open online resources!
Adults are returning to college to advance their careers, and even to earn their first degrees! With 40-plus students making up the fastest-growing population of college students today, more programs are focusing on providing college scholarships to adult students.
To help Boomers achieve the training they need to start second careers, Kaplan University is awarding 50 new 50-percent tuition grants. The grant provides an opportunity to start learning now and overcome financial obstacles to achieving your career goals.
updated Mar 6, 2014 More adults are returning to college today than ever before. Statistics published by Northeastern University show that college enrollment is up 42% for students over 25 years old, compared with only a 34% increase in students under 25. In fact, the over-25 age group of students now makes up close to 40% of […]