Earn Your College Degree at Any Age: Forget the Excuses!

December 11th, 2014 by

Older College Graduate When most people think of a college student, they picture a fresh high school graduate of 18 or 19. While it is true that the majority of students living on college campuses and earning their undergraduate degrees are between the age of 18 and 22, that doesn’t mean that older students can’t have the same opportunity to get ahead. Whether you want to finally get that high school diploma or earn a bachelor’s degree, age definitely shouldn’t slow you down. These are some of the most common excuses given by older students as well as why each is far from the truth.[...] Read More...

NIACE Explores Changes in Older Adult Students Attending College

January 28th, 2013 by

Wales Online recently covered a report issued by NIACE, or the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education. This report investigated why older adult students were more likely to be attending private schools as opposed to public schools, what accounted for the change in subjects being studied and why older students were learning online in larger numbers.[...] Read More...

Earning a Master’s Degree in Adult Education Can Enhance Your Career

April 2nd, 2012 by

Education DegreeWhen most people think of education they focus on the education of children or young people in college environments. It is important to remember that education doesn’t end after high school or college. Adults continue to learn in a range of different courses throughout their lives.[...] Read More...