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Grad School Hacks: How to Make a Study Plan

Grad School Hacks: How to Make a Study Plan

By Caitlin Keller Juggling work, school, and other commitments can make you feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day. Luckily, a solid, realistic study plan can free up space in your mind–and your schedule–and help you stay on target in school and life. Here are some simple tips for a great study plan that works for you. […]

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Top 5 Time-Management Tips for Online Learning

Top 5 Time-Management Tips for Online Learning

By Caitlin Keller One of the major struggles online students tend to face is time management. Being an online student requires you to be a self-motivated, organized, and an independent learner. Without physically attending class–and while often taking courses alongside working a full-time job and juggling familial and social obligations–it is easy to get pulled into […]

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Ask Amanda: How to Pay for Part-Time Graduate School

Ask Amanda: How to Pay for Part-Time Graduate School

Last time I wrote, I answered three big questions I get a lot in my job as program manager in online graduate programs. But there was one question I left out on purpose…because I knew it needed a post of its own! When prospective students come to me to pursue a graduate certificate or degree, nearly all of them […]

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Going the distance: WPI’s Career Development Center

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Going the distance: WPI’s Career Development Center

One of the great things about WPI is the support our students receive from the Career Development Center (CDC). Best of all: these services are open to all WPI students: undergraduate, graduate, on-campus, and even online! Check out this infographic about the virtual services they provide every day to long-distance students and (alumni!). As a WPI student or […]

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