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ASU Online Ranked Among Best Online Programs in Nation

Arizona State University (ASU) Online has been ranked among the top ten online bachelor’s degree programs in the country according to today’s U.S. News & World Report rankings. The 2015 "Best Online Programs” list ranks ASU eighth for best online bachelor’s degree programs.

It's Back to School for Dad! Balancing College, Career & Kids

If you're like me, you've been thinking for some time now about going back to school, either for the first time or to pick up where you left off. For me, the unfinished business of earning my degree has been like a pea under my mattress. Over the years I've watched one person after another start taking classes, always thinking to myself, "Man, I really need to do that," only to return to my routine. The next thing I know I'm congratulating yet another person on finishing their degree, at that moment realizing, "Wow, I would be finished my now, too."

News maker: John Misner, ‘10 B.L.S.

via ASU Magazine

Being a “lifelong learner” has a special significance for John Misner, whose formal education caught up to his career several years ago when he earned a bachelor’s degree from ASU.

Study Abroad as an Online Student

As an online student at Drexel University, Kevin Hannon knew traveling abroad was expensive and didn’t consider the option a realistic goal.

"I didn’t think it would be possible," says Hannon, who graduated with a bachelor's of nursing degree from the school in 2013. "I was always jealous of students who got to do it."

Starbucks-ASU partnership draws more than 1,000 students

A quick learner and natural leader, Lauren Esveld didn’t need a college education to get ahead.

She landed her first retail job at the age of 16 and began managing a store two years later. After a dozen years of increasing responsibility with a clothing retailer, she joined Starbucks four years ago as a district manager overseeing 13 stores in the Washington, D.C., area.

MHI Student Develops Technology Tool to Help Patients Take Charge of their Health

Thousands of people visit the Winspear Opera House in Dallas every year, but very few visit in order to pitch a new product idea to CEO's, entrepreneurs, physicians, and the mayor of Fort Worth. This May, ASU Master of Healthcare Innovation student Kacee Roberson did just that