Online learning can be a powerful, stimulating, engaging experience for the student who can work and think independently. However, since most—if not all—of the learning takes place on your own time, you will not have the kind of direct supervision you would in a classroom. Online learning therefore requires a significant commitment from you. All education comes down to what you’re willing to invest in the experience—this is particularly true in the online Read More …

A Continuing Education Loan (if needed) may be borrowed if a student is not admitted into a degree program and therefore not eligible for Federal loan programs. These loans should only be applied for as a last resort. For non-degree College of Graduate Studies (any term) or DOCS Continuing Education undergraduate students (Winterim or summer terms), payment for classes is due at the time of registration. We strongly recommend that you apply early for your loan to ensure that it is in place by the billing or registration due dates. More information on these loans can be found at the Financial Aid Web site. Read More …