The 7 Best Apps for Non-Traditional Students

The 7 Best Apps for Non Traditional students

Use your smartphone or tablet to keep life on track. From tackling homework and remembering family commitments, to squeaking out a few minutes of me-time, these are the best apps for grad students on the go. 1. Google Calendar This free time management app syncs with your Gmail account to organize your busy days. Use … Continued

Calling All Educators: Join us September 20, 2014


The Curriculum and Instruction Education Division, within the the College of Adult and Graduate Studies has partnered with the  Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) since the spring of 2013 to provide resources and support to CCU alumni (teachers in the field) and to current CCU field students and student teachers.  On Saturday September 20, 2014 we will … Continued

5 Amazing Apps for Nursing Students on the Go


As a nursing student, you have additional challenges that many other students do not face. Every student has to have great time management, study, and communication skills, but nursing students have the added challenges of clinicals, preparing for the NCLEX, and a subject matter that is incredibly broad and always changing and expanding in complexity. … Continued

Best LinkedIn Groups to Join for Online Business Students


LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network with over 300 million users. It’s free to join, and it’s a great way to expand your business network, develop your online resume, and gain access to top influencers and discussion groups. As a student seeking a bachelor in business admin online, LinkedIn provides an excellent opportunity to … Continued

8 Incredible Lifehacks for Nontraditional Students

So you’ve been out of the student stride for a while? Have a million job and family concerns before school? Going the online education route? Whatever your situation, you know that your school experience is going to be a bit different. Harder? Not necessarily. More creative? Definitely. The trick is to own your unorthodox college … Continued