• Three Ways Finishing Your Degree Impacts Your Children
    Heather Arnold / Houghton College (Houghton, NY) As an enrollment advisor, I have the privilege to hear the stories of professionals looking to go back to college on a regular basis. Often, the reasons for wanting to finish their degree are ambitious and exciting, but it’s
  • 2021 Advent Devotional from Denver Seminary
    “God’s people have been singing for centuries, even millennia. Paul wrote to the Colossians, ‘Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another with all wisdom through psalms, hymns, and songs from the
  • Five Keys to Success [Leadership Lessons from Nehemiah]
    Bill Gibbons / Northeastern Seminary (Rochester, NY) As the newest member of the staff at Northeastern Seminary, I have completed my first month and continue to praise the Lord for giving me the honor and privilege of working with such
  • 4 Key Lessons Learned (Tips for Grads) Inside Higher Ed, July 19, 2021
    Success in grad school hinges on planning ahead, seeking mentors and articulating your skills, write students Lydia Gandy-Fastovich and Kirby Livingston, along with their supervisors, Alissa Ewer and Eileen Callahan. When we hire graduate assistants at the University of Wisconsin
  • Working Full-time and Finishing a Degree? Here’s How Adults Can Do It
    Anyone who has entered the work-world and started paying off a mortgage knows a simple truth about adulthood: life can get busier than you ever imagined when you were younger. It often feels like you are not just burning a
  • Tips For Finding Affordable Housing As A Grad Student (Contributed Content Provided by Scholarship Media)The Daily of The University of Washington, April 6, 2021
    Finding affordable housing in this unconventional market in the middle of a global Covid-19 pandemic can be a big challenge. It can be particularly hard for graduate students living on tight budgets who need to juggle core courses in an
  • The Complete Guide to Financial Aid for Grad School
    Shannon Insler/Student Loan Hero With 65% of seniors graduating from college with student loan debt, you likely want to find financial aid for grad school. After all, there is no need to add to your stack of student loans if you
  • Run in such a way as to get the prize
    Dr. Gene Wilkes | B.H. Carroll Theological Institute 1 Corinthians 9:24Imagine for a moment that two individuals, Bob and Scott, are preparing to run a marathon. To prepare for this grueling endurance race, Bob says, “I’m going to read some
  • How to find graduate school scholarships and grants By Dori Zinn, Bankrate
    Don Martin | Grad School Road Map Graduate school is a great way to continue your education, but it often comes with a big price tag. Fortunately, you don’t always need to pay for it out of pocket. There are
  • How to Tell if a Graduate School Is Meant for You
    Katie Johnson | Bethel University (MN) Deciding you’re ready for graduate school is a huge step toward continuing your education and advancing your career. Maybe you’ve been on a strategic career path since fifth grade, and your window for applying to
  • Preparing Your Heart for Seminary
    Dr. Joseph R. Cathey | B.H. Carroll Theological Institute When I began my seminary pilgrimage some thirty years ago, a very wise mentor took me aside and shared with me three very salient points to help me get the most out
  • Why Christian Higher Education?
    Denise Cunningham Ed. D. | February 5, 2021 As I reflect back on my over 40 years of life on this earth, there have been so many people and experiences that have made me who I am today. At the top
  • How to Decide if You Should Go to Grad School
    Katie Johnson | Bethel University (MN) Some decisions are easier to make than others. Changing lanes when you’re stuck behind someone going slow on a freeway—no brainer. Meal planning for the week when you have picky eaters in your household—a bit
  • Can I Work While Attending Grad School?
    Thomas Clapper | Crown College  Graduate school can be an important step in your future. Balancing it with your work, family, and life can be a challenging but great experience. Why Start grad school? Pursuing a graduate degree can be an
  • Seven Personal Questions Regarding Graduate School
    Don Martin | June 9, 2020 At some point in your recent past you have decided to consider graduate study. You may or may not end up going in that direction, but for now it is on your mind. Before
  • Key Tips for Financing Your Graduate Education
    Don Martin | March 20, 2020 Of all the challenges facing a graduate student, financing is right up there. As a former Dean of Admissions and Dean of Students, many of the issues students brought to me during my weekly open
  • Living Out a Virtue-Based Foundation in the Workplace
    Ellie Walburg, Cornerstone University | March 20, 2018  Since we were kids, we’ve been learning and deepening our understanding of virtues and how they should be incorporated into our day-to-day life. We just may not have realized it at the time.