Posts for Adult Degree Completers

Veteran seeking to complete a bachelor’s degree

The GI BILL: 5 Steps for Receiving Financial Support From the VA

As a veteran, you may be eligible to have some or all of your school paid for by the U.S. Department of veterans Affairs (VA) through the GI Bill. In order to be successful, maximize your benefits and complete your desired program you will want to have a solid plan before you start.

University of St. Thomas students hanging out in the Guinan Residence Hall Lobby in Houston Texas

5 Ways to Have a Successful College Experience

First of all, college life is all about gaining knowledge, in and out of the classroom. Your college experience is one of the most valuable opportunities you will ever have to discover the true you by sharpening your social and

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8 Questions to Ask When Transferring or Returning to College

Will I have support from an advisor? All community colleges and universities support student success with academic advising, whether you are a student currently in school or an adult seeking degree completion. The advisors are experts at degree planning and

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Dayna Furnish and kids

Q&A: Going back to college after having 3 kids

For mom-of-three Dayna Furnish, her days are filled with diapers and crayons, and even though she loves being a mom, she knew something was missing. She was 13 credits shy of a college degree. After being out of school for

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Celts Exploring Business students visit Amegy

Put on Your Best Suit—It’s Networking Time

By Harrison Broker, senior finance major It’s not every day that a University of St. Thomas student has the chance to utilize the influence and reputation of the UST name. UST creates many opportunities for its students to expand their

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