As a Mississippi adult returning to complete your degree, a mentor can help position you for the future, giving you the benefit of their expertise and experience.…

You’re not the same person you were when you left college. And that’s a good thing. You have acquired maturity, skills, and experience.…

You’re working one job and two college courses. You also have three kids who aren’t old enough to watch themselves. You are certainly not alone.…

When you go back to complete your college degree, you’ll probably need the convenience and flexibility of online classes. By taking some, or all, of your classes online, you can get the same great education, while still being able to manage the other aspects of your life.…

When you choose a career that matches your personality, you are more likely to be happy and earn more money. What more could you want?…

Apps and websites have the power to save you time and make your busy life a little easier. For people who have decided to return to college and complete their degrees, this is especially true.…

An accounting degree gives you a strong foundation of business skills. Everything you learn with an accounting degree can be applied to almost every business, no matter how large or small. Which is why it is one of the most popular degree choices among adults returning to college…

A business degree is the most popular degree earned at colleges and universities in the US. In 2016, out of a total of 1,920,718 degrees earned, 19.4% were business degrees. While in Mississippi, 21.4% of adults held a degree in business.…

Think of an associate degree as the ground floor of higher education. It’s a degree that’s usually completed in two years, often at local community colleges, and it’s perfect for adults who want to earn a degree while they are working.…

Don’t let your first attempt at college hold you back from returning to complete your degree. Returning to college and earning your degree…

Page 1 of 4