Many U.S. high school graduates continue their education by attending college and completing a degree. Unfortunately, according to the U.S. census data, an estimated 46 million Americans have some college credits but do not graduate. For those who were not able to earn a college degree immediately after high school, the brave decision to enroll in a program later in life can benefit both them and their loved one.
People are our nation’s greatest resource, and continuing education can open the doors to a limitless future. With the support of student services, experienced teaching faculty, and dedicated admissions specialists, students returning to school can develop the skills and knowledge they need to prepare for tomorrow’s careers.
To learn more, check out the infographic below created by Maryville University.