4 Tips for Adults Applying to Top Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs

By Alexandra Pannoni, US News

Just because a program is online doesn’t mean it will be easier to get into, experts say. The first step adults need to take to complete a bachelor’s degree online is to apply. Undergraduate Seamus Yarbrough decided to apply to the University of Florida Online​ in 2014 because he wanted to finish his bachelor’s​ degree while working.​ ​ While the 28-year-old says the application process was pretty streamlined and easy, he still had to submit the same kinds of admissions materials, like transcripts, he needed ​when he applied to the school as a potential on-campus student​ years ago. ​The Tennessee ​resident, a paralegal, had to wait about two months to learn he was accepted.​ Applicants should consider the following when applying to top undergraduate online programs.​

Read the full story by


What are Educause’s top 10 IT issues and technologies of 2016? Image for Fairytales much older than previously thought, say researchersFairytales much older than previously thought, say researchers

From our Network

7 eLearning Dos And Don'ts For Successful Online Learning

4 Ways To Get People Addicted To eLearning

5 Tips For Writing An Attendance-Boosting eLearning Event Announcement

8 Tips To Write Learning Objectives For Corporate eLearning

Magic Coast Announces Major Upgrade