I am back from vacation and I had an enjoyable time but my trip got me thinking about something. Do you realize what the single largest expense was? Was it Cedar Point tickets?… Nope. Was it souvenirs?… Not even close even though we bought our share of t-shirts and key chains. The biggest expense was buying gas for the car. The more I think about it, the more it bothers me that we spent more money getting there than actually enjoying ourselves. Some students I have talked to recently feel the same way. They are considering the cost of getting to classes as a factor right along with the cost of books and tuition. Online classes can offer an alternative to making several trips to campus each week and save you both money and commuting time in the process.
As I always say, not everyone is cut out for online learning. Misplacing yourself in an online class can cost you more than you could ever hope to save. However, if you are the type of student who is self-motivated and organized, they could be a good cost-saving option that is worth considering. Please remember that I am available to answer any of your distance education questions and to assist you in determining if online learning is a good option for you. My phone number is (765) 973-8312 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, good luck in everything you do!