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Succeeding in Online Networking

You’ve heard it over and over: Networking is the key to success. Well, it’s easier to say you should connect with strangers than it is to actually do it. However, the Internet makes networking much easier. There are a wide array of social media sites (like LinkedIn) that are designed to connect people with similar business interests. And, of course, there’s always Facebook.

Here are some tips to help you navigate the online networking world:

4 Tips on Getting the Most Out of Your Online Education

Despite the advantages of distance learning, taking online courses can be overwhelming. You need to be well organized and motivated in order to succeed in this off-campus setting. Here are some strategies for studying and staying on task that will help you make the most of your online courses!

UMass Online Program Spotlight: Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling

The Program. The Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling program has been designed to transform students into professional counseling practitioners. Upon graduation, students will be prepared for licensure though the MA Board of Allied Health Professions.

Say Goodbye to the Nation’s Oldest Federal Aid Program

It’s no surprise that as the cost of undergraduate and graduate programs continues to soar, the heavy weight of student debt will burden students for years far beyond their graduation date. However, soon it will become even harder for students with limited financial options to receive manageable financial aid to pay for their college education. Recently, the Senate blocked legislation to extend the longstanding Perkins loan program which has since expired.

All About Brain Food


When it comes to class, studying, and late night cramming sessions for exams, food is fuel. The right foods can give the necessary burst of energy that keeps you chugging along and improve studying techniques. Below is a list of essential food and snacks that can help weary students stay focused in and outside of the classroom.
 

Helpful Apps for Online Students

As opposed to traditional learning styles in a classroom when students are on campus, online classes offer a complete digital experience. Because of this, online students have different ways of embracing technology in their studies, especially when it comes to the use of apps. Here are some of our favorite apps that have helped students increase efficiency and productivity.

New Online Program Alert: Master of Science in Finance

The Program
The Master of Science in Finance degree is designed to provide students with a greater understanding of financial markets and allows students to study topics such as portfolio management, global financial markets, and more. This program is available fully online through UMass Lowell.

Fall Course Registration- It’s Not Too Late

The leaves are changing, marking the official beginning of the fall season. We are happy to see students new and old are hitting the books once more. Although the new semester is already underway, it is not too late to register for fall online courses at UMass.

UMass is offering over 1,000 online courses just in the fall semester alone. Prevew some of the in demand courses in several different areas of study below:

How To Get Back Into “School Mode”

Fall semester has officially begun for most of us and we know starting classes again after months of summer fun is never easy. It can be tough to get back into the right headspace. Here are a few tips to get you back into “school mode” and hit the ground running this semester:

UMass Online Program Spotlight: Women's and Gender Studies Degree Completion Program

The Program. The completion program for Women’s and Gender Studies is offered as a fully online program through UMass Dartmouth. This program explores women’s experiences and studies women’s lives, history, and roles.

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