May 15, 2019

A New Year’s Resolution you can keep!

By B&SC Blog Team

A New Year’s Resolution you can keep!

Are you looking for a great New Year’s resolution this year? If so, how about going back to college? Learning something new is frequently in the top ten on the New Year’s Resolutions list.

With the recession still plaguing us, many people have found themselves unemployed. Continuing your education can help you regain many choices for a future career. Setting yourself apart from the crowd is a great way to find a new job when times are tough. Going back to school is one way to achieve this. If you ever thought about going back to school but haven’t, one thing that probably stood in your way was time.

You didn’t see a practical way to work it into your schedule. This New Year’s, it is time to take full advantage of the opportunities that online education offers. With access to the online classes, you are no longer restricted by time. Your classes will be available at any time of the day or night. You won’t have to step out of your home to pursue your education. Try online courses and learn at your own pace from the privacy of your own computer.

Online classes are one New Year’s Resolution that is flexible and attainable enough to keep. Start your New Year’s Resolutions with a great start this year by picking the degree that best fits your goals. Visit our website and take a look at our different programs. Our admissions representatives are available to review our online programs with you, and can get you started with enrollment.

With our next start coming up January 11th, you can start the New Year off right, by registering for online classes and begin on your path to further your education and new and exciting career choices.

About the Author Brooke Urban is an adjunct instructor at Bryant & Stratton College Online.  Currently completing her PhD online, Brooke also works in the online admissions department. Prior to Bryant & Stratton College she has worked in the business world for 8 years as a manager and corporate trainer.

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