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.

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5 Features to Look for in a Health Care Administrator Program­

5 Features to Look for in a Health Care

To truly enjoy your work, you need have a passion for it and see its value. Are you interested in health care? Do you want the prospect to work in a rapidly growing career field?  Health care administrators have a great opportunity to be a leader and make a difference in their communities. Being a … Continued

Nursing Needs: 5 Best Lotions for Extremely Dry Hands

lotions for nurses with dry hands

Nurses are a notoriously hygienic bunch, washing their hands multiple times each day. Mix in the harsh winter weather, and you can end up with itchy, chapped, dehydrated skin. The answer to extremely dry hands is not to stop the washing, but rather to add a rich and soothing hand lotion to your routine. We … Continued

CAGS Spring 2015 College Class Schedule and Registration is Open!

CAGS Spring 2015 Class Schedule and Registration is Open

Can you believe the 2015 college class schedule is already on the threshold? That means a brand new academic year to look forward to here at CCU. Expect sterling studies, faith and fellowship, and friendly (albeit chilly) faces. And we’d be loathe to start without you. So whether you’re thinking about re-upping or considering your … Continued

Jobs that Could Be Yours with an HCA Degree

jobs-that-can-be-yours-with-an-hca-degree

Even during recessions, healthcare is one of the few industries in America that continue to grow. No matter the state of the economy, people still get sick and need care to get better. There are many health services administration jobs that are vital to the successful care of patients and don’t directly interact with patient … Continued