What You Need to Know about Adult Education

back to schoolGuest blogger Elizabeth Kraus is the co-founder of, the Honest College Matchmaker, a fast, free and unbiased site that helps students make their college choice.

So you’re considering going back to college, but unlike most 18-year-olds, the number of hot co-eds and frat parties on campus just aren’t that important to you. So what do you need to think about when you choose a college?

Here are a few things to consider about adult education.

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How to Choose an Online Degree Program

Elizabeth Kraus is the co-founder of, the Honest College Matchmaker and an expert on choosing the right college.

laptopIf you are in the process of choosing an online degree program, there are a few things you should consider before you make the jump to study online:

1. Accreditation: Do not even consider a degree that isn’t accredited and understand the differences between national and regional accreditation. There are benefits to both, so make sure you choose the degree program that fits your needs.

2. Social Interaction: Through online programs, one can learn that, there are many benefits to class participation and different programs offer different types of online interaction opportunities. Understand how much interaction you will need and choose an online degree that provides it. Read the rest of this entry »

How to Choose a College Major

myusearchToday’s guest blog comes from Jillianne Hamilton, a journalism student in Charlottetown, PE, Canada and a student blogger for, an unbiased college matchmaking site that helps students find a college.

Choosing a major is often times more important than choosing a college. Thankfully, it comes a little later in the process. But when the time comes to choose, it sometimes can be difficult to decide which path to take. Here are some tips to help you along the way.

1. You, your strengths, your goals. Imagine yourself (or who you’d like to be) in ten years. Where do you see yourself? Are you the type to be happy living on a modest income? Consider your passions and interests and what feels “right” to you. Be realistic. Read the rest of this entry »

High School Students: Is Dual Enrollment Right for You?

myusearchToday’s guest post comes from Pauline Diaz, a student at Seattle University. She chronicles her college experience as a student blogger for, an unbiased college matching web site that helps students find the right college.

With Dual Enrollment programs, high school students can take college classes and earn college credit for free or reduced fees. Unlike AP or International Baccalaureate, classes are taken through an actual college. These programs are a great a way to prepare for the years ahead and save on tuition bills. But how will dual enrollment impact you while you’re in high school? Here are three things to consider: Read the rest of this entry »


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