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    6 Time Management Tips for Earning an Online Degree

    Earning a degree online can be a challenging, yet rewarding experience. While online degree programs are known for being flexible, a student must balance his or her professional and personal obligations with ample study time—easier said than done in this day and age. In order to reap the full value of your online program without compromising the other aspects of your life, it is wise to develop a comprehensive strategy for managing your time and maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

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    Topics: online learning

    Tips for Financing Your Online Degree

    You have decided to start an online degree program. Maybe you are finishing a degree track you began over twenty-five years ago, or perhaps you are taking college courses for the first time. You have chosen a batch of attractive programs to apply for, but the cost of tuition, textbooks and program-specific fees has you hesitant to jump in headfirst. In spite of this, there’s no need to compromise your educational experience or worse, abandon it altogether. When pursuing a degree online, you want to choose a program that best fits your needs of affordability, reputation and relevance to your personal goals, allowing you to maximize your investment by avoiding debt and graduating on time.

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    Topics: online learning, financial aid

    NU Online Profile Of Success: Jessica Colon, MMH

    Topics: alumni, military history

    Dean's Blog: Air Travel as a Contact Sport

    Topics: dean's blog

    Debuting the Online RN-BSN Program

    Topics: nursing

    Dean's Blog: Spring 2019

    Topics: dean's blog

    Norwich University Strategy to Meet Cybersecurity Workforce Challenge (White Paper)

    Topics: cyber security, information security and assurance

    Norwich University and Sen. Patrick Leahy Announce $7.3M in Grants to Advance Cybersecurity Programs


    NU Online Profile of Success: Jacque Shiner, MPA

    Topics: alumni, public administration