Step aside financial aid. A recent Google survey showed flexibility as the number one motivator for students searching for college education. And with the convenience factor already drawing more than 6 million students to online higher education, that number is on track to keep on growing.
A critical part of the online versus on-campus decision is understanding the advantages of online learning. What used to be thought of as non-traditional learning is now becoming the norm as online degree options now draw more than 6.6 million students nationwide (using most recent 2017 data)…
Teachers improve lives every day. Not a lot of other professions can say the same about directly influencing our future generation of leaders and contributors. But if you happen to be in this noble profession, what about you?
Peru State College, Nebraska’s first college, is excited to announce a 20-year milestone in serving students 100 percent online.
The College’s early adaptation to online education in 1999 exemplifies the innovative backbone of a college founded more than 150 years ago and regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission since 1915.