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At National University, we strive to make higher education accessible to all adult learners. View our resource articles below that provide insights and information to help navigate your education path.



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At National University, we strive to make higher education accessible to all adult learners. View our resource articles below that provide insights and information to help navigate your education path.

Can You Transfer Online College Credits?

In the decades since online learning emerged, colleges and universities have been able to refine their online curriculum to make it more engaging and accessible to students, giving them an education that is on par with what they would learn in an in-person education setting.  With the rise of online education, many of the questions …

What to Know About Transferring Old College Credits

If you’re considering returning to school after some time away, you may be able to transfer your college credits, helping you earn a new degree faster.  By transferring credits to your new school, you can avoid redundant courses that cover subjects you’re already familiar with. That gives you the freedom and flexibility to earn your …

Should You Get an Associate’s Degree or Bachelor’s Degree?

If you’re on the fence about getting a bachelor’s or associate’s degree, we’re here to help. There are various advantages associated with both degree programs, and the best degree depends heavily on the individual. Here, we’ll talk about the key differences between the two degree programs to help you decide the best course of action …

3 Reasons to Go Back to School After Dropping Out

Returning to school after being out for any length of time is no easy task. However, if you dropped out of college in the past, you may have some concerns about the process of re-enrolling and how to set yourself up for success. First, it’s important to understand that dropping out of college is not …

Do College Credits Ever Expire? What You Need to Know Before Transferring

Sometimes students face unforeseen circumstances and need to take a break from their college studies. In other cases, students may earn their associate degree, embark on a career in their chosen path, and then return to pursue a bachelor’s degree to open up more and better-paying job opportunities. In other instances, a student may have …