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Online Education Student Blog Posts

Below are the thoughts of some students currently enrolled in a Arkansas State University online degree program. You can read more about their experiences, their struggles, their dreams, and their hopes. Follow along as they tell their stories, and perhaps you too will be inspired to continue your education. See All Education Authors.

Happy May!

April 26, 2017

By Bryan Finley

This is it — Graduation! My third college degree, and I am so glad that all the work is done. I have submitted all my coursework, and I have submitted my complete LiveText digital portfolio.

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Thanks to A-State

April 25, 2017

By Vironica Simmons

Spring Break, kiddos’ school awards, piano recitals, sports and so much more. Spring is SUPER busy. There are days that I don’t think I see my house until it has been dark for far too long.

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Graduating from Arkansas State!

May 17, 2017

By Steven Reeder

What do you do with your time once the program is over? Where do you go from here? Since my program ended on May 13th and I graduated, I have time to think back and reflect on what I have learned throughout the course of the classes.

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Happy Summer!

June 27, 2017

By Mary Nell Stringer

This first five-week summer session has gone by very quickly. I enjoy these short sessions because I am able to complete a class in a brief period of time. I am enrolled in Evaluation of Education Programs and Systems, 201730.

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Work-Life What?

December 6, 2016

By Christina Miller

Do you ever wonder why there are only 24 hours in a day? Yeah, you can go with the theory about the Earth rotating around the sun...

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Arkansas State Graduate School

May 8, 2017

By Renee Crelia

The graduate school at Arkansas State University offers several degree programs that can be used to further careers and help students achieve their goals. Not only do the degree programs allow students to advance in their careers, but they also help students learn about topics that can be used in real life.

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