Answers to Common Questions about Distance Learning

Commonly asked questions about distance learning

Today, I am wrapping up the “How to Get Your Bachelor’s in Less, For Less” series with some common questions we are asked. For those of you who have already been through college or aren’t planning to attend, thanks for bearing with me these past six Fridays! If you’re just joining us, read the first […]

How to Get Your Bachelor’s in Less Time, For Less (Part IV)

photo by Mary Gober In the past three weeks we’ve defined distance learning (otherwise known as a non-traditional college route); discussed its pros and cons and taken a look at the two most common credit-earning exams: CLEPs and Dantes. Now it’s time to discuss how to prepare for the exams. Not only does earning credit-by-examination save considerably […]

How to Get Your Bachelor’s in Less Time, For Less (Part III)

photo by Mary Gober Now that we’ve defined distance learning (otherwise known as a non-traditional college route) and discussed its pros and cons, it’s time to get practical. Distance learning operates under the assumption that you don’t have to sit in a classroom in order to learn. You can study anywhere, anytime and then test […]

How to Get Your Bachelor’s in Less Time, For Less (Part II)

photo by Mary Gober Last week we talked about making sure college is the right choice. Today we’re going to talk about the pros and cons of a non-traditional education. Pros of non-traditional college: A non-traditional degree saves money: The cost of college has skyrocketed in the past decades. After you adjust for inflation, the […]

How to Get Your Bachelor’s in Less Time, For Less (Part 1)

College: the non-traditional way

Note: After posting I realized I should have included a better introduction. College is probably not on the radar for most of you. Many of you, like me, are full time homemakers. However, so many people have asked us how we obtained our degrees for less than $3000 in a relatively short period, I thought […]