If you're considering going back to school, there are a few important questions you should be asking first. Let us help you decide if continuing your education makes sense for you at this time in your life.
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You may have done some research on Rasmussen College and your program of interest, but is it the right school for you? Read on to see what drives our student culture, and see if you have the traits that fit so well at Rasmussen College.
To help make sure you’re making a smart decision, we enlisted career mentors and career changers themselves to help us identify some of the most important questions to consider before changing careers.
You're ready to fulfill your dream of going back to college. There's just one problem: How will you break the news to your significant other? Take a look at these tips from students who have been in your shoes.
If you’re worried about the ins and outs of heading back to school as an adult, keep reading. We connected with adult learners who’ve been there and collected their helpful wisdom on how to know if you’re truly ready to head back to college.
Competency-based education courses could be the key to earning the education you’ve been putting off all these years. Find out if this learning method is right for you by learning more about the practical benefits of competency-based education.
Earning a business degree is a big decision and typically requires answers to multiple questions. So we conducted a survey to help you get the answers you're looking for.
When it comes to gifts for college students, we’ve got you covered. We talked to adult college students to round up this list of holiday gifts for adult learners. One of them is sure to bring a smile to your loved one’s face this holiday season!
Salary is still king when people are asked about the most important factors in their careers. What comes next very much depends on one's age, according to a recent study.
We surveyed 300 Americans via a Google consumer survey to discover what they wanted to be when they grew up and what their dream career is right now. See if you can relate to their responses.
As a parent of young children, you already know that most of your decisions affect your little ones. Going back to school is no exception. At first consideration, you may feel like earning a degree is "doing something for me." But multiple studies suggest parents with higher levels of education tend to raise children who go onto higher levels of education.
Naysayers who disregard online education and try to discredit it's pathway to student success are slowly but surely being silenced by the statistics. Rasmussen College conducted a survey of more than 100 middle and senior management positions across all industries. Find out what they said!