As students become more involved in their academics and extracurriculars, it can be harder and harder to stand out on applications.
Some students wait their entire lives to put on a cap and gown and receive their diploma, while others may be receiving a second degree and previously walked, not have the personal time or are just simply uninterested in the ceremony. So do you have to walk at your graduation?
At Everglades University, we are proud of our military and appreciate the service they provide our nation. Because of that, we have focused many of our efforts on helping veterans and their families obtain a degree. We allow our students a flexible class schedule, small class sizes, VA Benefits, assistance with VA benefits, and educational planning to make the process of obtaining a degree much easier.
College is an exciting time, and while many of us look forward to our final year of school, it shouldn’t be a time for relaxing and taking it easy. In fact, your last year of college is a vital time to getting your career on track and crafting a future of success. Follow these tips to make the most of your final year.