House work. Yard work. Volunteer work. Throw in school work, and that’s a lot of work outside work. So how does the busy online college student make it all, well, work? Students at Western Governors University are known for their time management, organization, and multi-tasking skills, so we recently asked

Once upon a time, Rachel Dawn Pozworski thought a bachelor’s degree was out of the question. Today, she’s got her sights set on a master’s degree. Rachel, who lives in Sterling, Ohio, credits finding WGU’s IT degree programs as the impetus for her new outlook: A university degree is, indeed,

The holiday season is a terrible time to find a new job, right? Isn’t that what conventional wisdom says? Well, maybe. But sometimes going against conventional wisdom may be the wisest decision you can make. Keeping your job search alive during the winter holidays is likely one of those times.

On Nov. 1, 2011, retired Marine Mark Curtis of Chewelah, Washington, went back to school to get the bachelor’s degree he’s always wanted. Making a good decision even better, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) will help pay for his housing – even though he doesn’t have to relocate.

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