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  • Accredited Online Colleges and Degrees

    With the growth of accredited colleges that offer online accredited degrees, starting or finally finishing a college degree could be a breeze. Before selecting an accredited online university, there are some important steps to take for … Read more...

  • Six Advantages of an Online Degree

    Going back to school is a great way to invest in your future. Learning new skills can lead to better work opportunities and increased income and programs designed to help you attain a short or long term professional goal are helpful in … Read more...

  • Is a Degree Worth the Debt?

    There is no escaping the fact that college costs are rising. The College Board reports that most students and their families can expect to pay, on average, from $95 to $1,440 more than last year for this year’s tuition and fees, depending … Read more...

  • Ten Tips for Going Back to School

    Historically, there tends to be increased interest in returning to school during an economic downturn. Many laid off workers may choose to complete a degree program, pursue a new course of study, or perhaps attain an advanced degree. … Read more...

  • The Case of the Online Criminal Justice Degree

    Do you hunker down with a bowl of popcorn to watch Forensic Files? Do you TiVo every episode of CSI, including the numerous spin-offs? Then, you might want to consider a career in criminal justice by enrolling in an online criminal justice … Read more...

  • Increase Your Career Well-Being with an Online Healthcare Degree

    As the new White House administration focuses on revamping the nation's healthcare system, now may be the best time to get prepared for the new career opportunities on the horizon by obtaining an online health degree. With the U.S. Bureau … Read more...

  • Finding Financial Aid In An Ailing Economy

    In the midst of a financial crisis, we often think of going back to school as a sound investment in our future. Not only can a college education help safeguard our employment, it can also significantly boost earning power by as much as 75 … Read more...

  • Project Working Mom Helps Thousands of Parents Return to School

    Ann Marie always yearned for a college degree, but she had to put her dream on hold. She is a 25-year-old mother who works to support her two-year-old and seven-year-old step-daughter, while their dad has been deployed overseas. And in … Read more...

  • $2 Million in Scholarships for Working Parents Going Back to School

    eLearners.com has launched a comprehensive Web site, designed to empower working man and women to enhance their career by going back to school. The site includes self-assessment quizzes to determine readiness for online education, an online … Read more...

  • So you want to be a writer?

    Shakespeare, Hemingway, Stephen King—these are just a few names you might conjure up when you think of what it means to be a writer. But you don’t have to go to the library to read a writer’s work; writing is surrounding us all the time. If … Read more...