McKenna Godfrey's dreams of becoming a nurse came to a halt when the college she had been attending before transferring to Rasmussen College suddenly shut down. With hard work and the support of her cohort and the faculty and staff at Rasmussen College, Godfrey was able to graduate with her BSN and is on her way to making her dreams come true.
After working in the early childhood education field for 25 years, Rasmussen College grad, Michelle Nelson, decided it was time for her to become the student and earn her degree.
Sara Ross, a recent Rasmussen College Law Enforcement graduate, undergoes a major career change. With the support of her family, Ross, a teacher in the St. Paul Public School system, decided to pursue her livelong dream of becoming a police officer.
For Heather Martell, earning her Bachelor's degree in Healthcare Management from Rasmussen College means being able to give back to the healthcare community. Martell was able to share her story with her peers during the recent Wausau graduation ceremony.
Learn how one Rasmussen College student improved her life by earning her degree and inspired others to follow in her footsteps.
Many students consider taking a gap year between high school and college to see the world, gain new experiences or earn some money. But if college is part of your plan, how will taking a gap year affect your future? Will some time away from the classroom enhance your education or hinder it?
Rasmussen College students and campuses were busy last month. Learn about some of the events and recognition that took place in the month of November.
If you’re enrolled at Rasmussen College, you have a whole slew of student resources at disposal. We want to make sure you’re getting the very most out of your educational experience, so we put together this list of 10 resources you may not know were available … until now!
Few things held Ft. Myers, Fla., student Karen Sentner's attention like art and design while growing up. But like a lot of artistically inclined young people, a time came where she had to decide whether her passion would become a hobby or a career with which she could support her family. The choice was easy for Sentner.
Are you on the fence about going to college? It's only natural to have doubts about your ability to succeed. This article highlights five successful Rasmussen College students who held a variety of those same concerns before making the jump back to school.
Hard work can take you a long way in life, and few professions understand the value of a hard day's work like farmers. Mankato, Minn., accounting graduate Lisa Seidl grew up in an agricultural family and although she has career plans beyond the farm, the work ethic and values she developed there have never left.
Jennifer Kromrey finally has within sight her lifetime goal of earning a bachelor's degree. In the meantime, she has racked up an impressive series of accomplishments.