|"It took me five years to get my Ivy League Bachelor's degree. I got my MBA online in just 14 months. My big name Bachelor's is great, but my MBA has helped take my career to a whole new level. And I did it on my terms, and on my time"
Beth P. - Brooklyn, NY
"I really enjoy online schooling. I have always been a poor student, but I feel much more relaxed with this type of learning atmosphere. I enjoy going at my own pace and working from the comfort of my home instead of a classroom."
Daniel G. - Mobile, AL
"I travel 60% of the time with my job, but I wanted to get my master’s degree. When researching the online master’s programs, I found that getting a master’s degree online was more common than I thought. Now, I travel with my laptop and do assignments on the road. It was the perfect fit for my hectic schedule."
Chris D. – Chicago, IL
"With the rising costs of gas and the constant traffic back-ups, an online degree was the only option I was willing to consider. However, I had no idea the number of options I would have when starting my search. There were so many schools and degree programs from which to choose. I saved time and money through my online choice and was also able to pick the perfect degree for me."
Kay G. - Houston, TX
"Online classes have provided a much more flexible learning environment than what I was accustomed to. I love the opportunity to work on my degree without the hassle of traffic and parking. I am never running late for class anymore."
Brock D. - Baton Rouge, LA
"Never graduating college always bothered me and once I had kids, having a degree became an example I wanted to set for them. After exploring the online degree option, I knew it was right for me. I kept my job, tended to my family and got my degree at the same time. Graduating college was finally a completed goal."
Theresa H. – San Jose, CA
"Enrollment for online college is so fast. I had financial aid and my degree plan determined within one week. I start classes in 2 weeks and I'm thrilled."
Reagan R. - Seattle, WA
"I have a career and an associates degree, but to move up to management, I had to have a Bachelor's Degree. My company is paying for my degree from an accredited online college. The classes fit perfectly in to my schedule and I'm well on my way to that higher salary."
Ryan M. - St. Louis, MO