Things I’d Change about my Online Program

I like my online program and how it’s set up, but there are some aspects of it that I don’t like. I wish I could change the following about my online program: Assignment deadlines: Unlike on-campus class assignments that are normally due during class, our assignments are due anytime. I really mean anytime: 8:00am, noon,…

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Multitasking as a Non-Traditional Student

When I returned to college in 2013 to obtain my Paralegal Certificate at Manor College, I was a full-time mom and student, part-time fitness instructor, and intern as a Paralegal. In addition, I dog sat and worked part-time in a floral shop. Where did I find the time? Multitasking and time management. A calendar on…

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Transferring in 1994

I am a non-traditional college student who has transferred. Currently, I am a full-time paralegal, part-time fitness instructor and single Mom to two girls ages 15 and 12. I graduated high school in 1984 (anyone remember George Orwell?) and the first college I attended was Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York in 1985. Skidmore…

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10 Reasons I Love My Online Program

As you may know, I transferred into Temple University’s Online BBA Program this fall to complete my Bachelor’s degree. I had taken online classes before, but wasn’t sure whether or not a program offered completely online would be a good fit for me. Thankfully, I’m enjoying it so far, and here are some reasons why:

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How Temple’s Online Program Works

This fall I transferred into an online program to complete my Bachelor’s degree. Previously, I had taken online courses but had never been enrolled in a completely online program. Therefore, I was unaware of what was in-store for me during my first semester, and understandably you’re probably in the same boat if you’re considering an…

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