Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) January 25, 2016
StraighterLine, the low-cost online college course provider, today released the guide "Going Back to School: 2016 Guide to Getting Your College Degree" to provide adult learners with everything they need to know to affordably earn a college degree in the modern era.
Going back to school is a big decision, and how to get started can seem overwhelming. The “Going Back to School” guide walks the future graduate through a successful decision-making process that includes weighing the benefits and costs of college, creating a personal inventory, evaluating online programs, choosing the right mix of college courses, and how to maximize transfer credits.
Key takeaways from the guide include:
- The benefits of getting a college degree.
- Where the jobs are and what to study to get them.
- Top ways to save on your college degree before enrolling.
- How an online education can make a flexible and affordable degree possible.
“StraighterLine solves the #1 issue facing students today – the skyrocketing cost of college – with low-cost, low risk online courses that prepare students for success,” said Burck Smith, StraighterLine CEO and founder.
Read a guide preview here: http://www.straighterline.com/blog/getting-your-college-degree-2016-straighterline-guide/
Download the guide "Going Back to School: 2016 Guide to Getting Your College Degree" here: http://www.straighterline.com/landing/how-to-go-back-to-college-guide/
StraighterLine combines a $99 a month course subscription with guaranteed credit pathways to accredited degree programs to save students up to 60% on the total cost of their degree.
StraighterLine takes the worry out of credit transfer with a College Savings Network of nearly 100 accredited colleges that guarantee acceptance of StraighterLine courses.
Having been evaluated and recommended by the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT), StraighterLine courses will also be considered by more than 2,000 other colleges and universities for transfer to their degree programs upon request.