For adult students, entering college can be a frightening experience. This list of online resources can help students find information that will ease the process. Included in the list are sites designed specifically for adult students who are heading to college for the first time, New Hampshire organizations which can guide students through the financial aid and college transferring processes, and a site dedicated to study guides to help with everything from time management to essay writing to workplace success.
Adult Student.com provides a wide variety of help for adult students as they not only survive but succeed in the college environment.
Back to College: Browse articles on returning to school and frequently asked questions in the admissions area. Locate online courses or traditional or online degree programs, find out how to get credit for life experience, or get help deciding on a major.
Back to School Guide for Adult Students: Campus Explorer has put together this great guide that can help students of any age plan and prepare for heading back to school.
New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation (NHHEAF) is a non-profit organization that will help you learn the ins and outs of financial aid. Their website is www.NHHEAF.org
New Hampshire Transfer is an website that helps students see if classes will transfer from one school to another within New Hampshire.
The Non-Traditional Student Blog gives advice on college life for non-traditional students.
Study Guides and Strategies: The Study Guides and Strategies website is authored, developed, and maintained by Joe Landsberger as a learner-centric educational public service designed to prepare adults to learn through lifelong, distance, and/or online education opportunities.
From Steven Reid