Are you considering going back to school to earn your master’s degree? Although you might have mixed feelings about it, getting your master’s degree can be personally rewarding, financially beneficial, and inspirational. Since we understand the kind of thought that goes into debating whether or not to attend grad school, we created a checklist that … Continued
College of Adult and Graduate Studies Blog
The CAGS blog is your hub for all things adult education! Future, current and past CCU students now have a spot on the web to talk job tips, adult education financial aid, local and national networking, and exchange their experiences. Blog posts from CCU students and friends of CAGS will engage and inspire you to take your career and adult education to the next level.
Are you a manager looking to make a difference in your workplace? Do you want to be a leader that will positively influence your team? Whether you manage five or fifty employees, being a manager comes with a lot of responsibility. Here’s your guide about how to be a successful and effective manager at your … Continued
Whether you’re a full-time adult student, you work five days a week, or you’re doing both, chances are that you need some downtime this summer. And rather than staying inside, you should definitely take advantage of this summer’s hot weather, beautiful landscapes, and endless activities. Are you ready to step outside of your activity comfort … Continued
When adults are searching for an online degree program, there are many factors they might consider before committing to one school. First and foremost, they are worried about the cost of an online degree. They also want to know if financial aid is a possibility. Other factors include the flexibility of online classes, the length … Continued
Did you just graduate from college? Congrats! Graduating, no matter your age or education level, is such an accomplishment. But now that you graduated from college as an adult student, there are some things you should do to ensure you’re using your education to its highest potential. Graduates, do these 10 things to prepare yourself … Continued