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.

Recent Posts

Adult Education – 10 Things to do After You Graduate From College

Adult students are celebrating at their college commencement.

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

Find Out Which Master’s Program is Right for You

A group of adults working together

In today’s professional world, an impressive resume can take you from an entry-level job to a six-figure career. The difference between you and the person who gets hired for the position you were seeking could be an extra degree, certificate, or training course. That’s why it’s so important to consistently add experience and education to … Continued

8 Things All Adult Students Should Know

An adult student is studying in a coffee shop.

You applied, you were accepted, and you’re enrolled in a program that will enable you to earn your degree and invest in your future. But soon after you started your courses, you might have become overwhelmed with the fact that you now have to balance going to school while working and supporting your family. If … Continued

What Kind of Degree Can Help a Pastor Succeed?

A pastor can get a biblical studies or theological studies degree so that they succeed in the church.

If you feel called to lead a community of people toward Jesus Christ, becoming a pastor may be the right career for you. But in order to become a leader in the church, the position of a church pastor might require some additional education and experience. Although seminary is a great option for becoming a … Continued

Communications FAQs – What Can You Do With a Communications Degree?

A man is sitting at his desk at his communications job.

Did you know that people spend about 75% of their time every day communicating? What’s even more interesting is that 80% of that communication is non-verbal. If you’re looking to get into a career that will always be in demand, a communications degree can be a great start to a long and interesting career. And, … Continued