Are some of your New Year’s resolutions to go back to school? Do you want to get a better job, learn a new skill, take a class, or picking up a hobby? Well really do it this year, do it online at Ivy Bridge College. My niece worked at a bank for many years and she was laid off a few months ago and has not had any luck finding any type of job. She is young with 2 small children. She cannot afford to stay home and watch the kids, as much as she would love to that is not an option. When she applies one of the first question she is always asked is, “Do you have a college degree”? Going back to school is a great option.. But what about cost? College can be so very expensive the prices are staggering. Sure you could try to get grants and loans but you will be paying them back for what seems to be the rest of your life. Did you know that going to school online can cost 1/3 less than going to a campus to get your education? You can still get that great education and respectable degree online with easier to take classes and with less money spent. Where else can you go to class in your pajamas?
I was very fortunate to be able to have gone to college but I would love to further my education. I currently have a bachelor’s degree, I would love to work towards my master’s degree this would only open up more doors for me in my future. And taking classes after work in the evening when my daughter is asleep would be a great option for me, and I look forward to trying out Ivy Bridge College online classes. When I was a little kid my mother went to evening classes, she so wanted to get a associates degree. My brother and I were a lot to handle and eventually traveling to school each night and taking care of us really took a toll on my mom and she felt that she had to drop out of school, it was just too much. If only there was such thing as an online school back then, that would have been prefect for her no traveling and long classes, I am sure she would have gotten the degree she really wanted.
IBC is a great option for moms seeking a college degree because of their focus on helping moms succeed by offering great support services, flexible scheduling, the ability to earn an associate’s degree in as little as 17 months, and the ability to seamlessly transfer credits to “name brand” 4-year schools to earn a bachelor’s. 50% of their students are moms, that is such a wonderful thing. One of the my favorites things that Ivy Bridge College offers is free tutoring! That is a great wonderful thing, when I was in college and I did not understand an assignment, I was out of luck.. I had to somehow figure it out or just never understand it. Sure I could ask my classmates but some were no help, to have had tutoring as an option a free option no the less, that would have made my time in school much easier.
So if you have ever wished that you could go to college or go back to college, why not do it online? If you have time in the morning or the evening when the kids are asleep that would be a great time to log on and attend. A college degree will give you so many more options in life, and with that degree you can achieve the dream you have always had.
The generous folks at Ivy Bridge College are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a $1000 tuition discount. What a great jump start to your dream of a college degree. Would you like to win? Please let me know why you would like to go back to school. There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.
“To be eligible for the $1,000 discount off tuition at Ivy Bridge College (IBC), the qualifying individuals will need to be degree seeking, enrolled in IBC a minimum of part-time, and new to IBC (specifically, not someone who has already applied to, enrolled in, or requested information from IBC). Classes at Ivy Bridge College Extension are not eligible for the discount. Limit one per person.”
“I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Ivy Bridge College. I received a promotional item as a thank-you for participating and a discount on classes at Ivy Bridge College.”
Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .