Online learning is gaining popularity. Schedule flexibility allows students to gain access to their courses at any time and anywhere students can log onto a computer. Students may be able to save money by not attending classes on the campus.
Thinking about college, career, technical, or trade school, or graduate school? There’s so much to consider when it comes to getting ready for college: where to go, what to study, how to apply, how to pay for it all, and more.
While getting the right education and training will help you get a better-paying job, going to college or career school is a big investment in time, money, and effort. Make sure to take your time and research your options.
Some schools offer distance learning, which allows you to access lectures or course materials online or through other electronic media. Since not every distance learning course or online degree is accredited and/or eligible for federal student aid, check with the school’s financial aid office to find out whether you can receive federal aid.