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March 20, 2019

Military Spotlight: Retired Air Force Veteran Nikkia Fain Accomplishes Long-Time Goal

I am a retired Air Force veteran. I served 21 years and it was not until I found CSU that I was able to accomplish my goal...earn a bachelor’s degree! I started CSU as a sophomore and graduated in less than three years. In those three years, I moved a couple of times, changed shifts, went TDY and deployed. I was still able to graduate on time.

December 11, 2017

5 Types of Transfer Credits to Count Toward Your Degree [Infographic]

Did you know that transfer credits can include more than previous coursework? Transfer credits could possibly include previous training, certifications and professional licenses – and all of these could be counted toward your degree program.
 

November 9, 2017

Ask These 5 Questions Before Transitioning into a Civilian Career

Making the change from military to civilian life can be tough, especially for those who aren’t sure what they want to do outside of their service. Assessing your strengths and utilizing them in the next chapter of your life will lead to a successful, fulfilled life as a civilian. Go through these questions to identify the possible next steps for your career.

August 4, 2017

Your Biggest Transcript Questions Answered

Although it may not seem like a big difference at first, choosing the wrong type of transcript could seriously delay your admissions process. Here are a few differences between the two to help you navigate the admissions process.  
 

August 3, 2017

A Current Look at Higher Education

The number of issues, innovations and trends in higher education increases every year. Technology, the economy and society constantly change, so higher education must constantly evaluate and innovate to keep up. For 2016, the complete list of hot topics is too long to cover adequately, so this list only summarizes the top ten as determined by an informal Internet search in July of 2016.
 

July 25, 2017

8 Reasons You Should Go Back To College (And How)

For many working adults, going back to college may seem unachievable. Working full time, shuffling kids to and from school and anything else life throws at you begins to take precedence over your education. As important as they are, earning your degree or certificate is a valuable asset that will help you grow in your career, benefiting yourself and your family. Here are eight reasons why you should go back to college and how.