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How can a 58 old women get a degree?

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Asked by christine1952 Tuesday Sep 22nd 2009 in Online Degrees
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Just like anyone else.

But in all seriousness, what you will need to do is first do some research on what type of degree/university you are interested in attending. Depending on the type of degree you would like to earn, the university you choose might matter. For Example, if you are interested in graphic design a university like Full Sail University would be a better choice than DeVry University.

Once you have found some universities/colleges that you are interested in, you will want to begin the application process. This is fairly simple. You will need to contact school's admission office, fill out an application for admission, and don't forget your Financial Aid paperwork as well.

That is really about it. Once you have complete and submitted you applications, you will have to wait a bit to find out if a school has accepted you, and when they do you are done. It is time to start.

Also, here is a link - Online Education Articles - this is a list of online articles that will help you to navigate your way through the college process.

GOOD LUCK!

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