Why wait? Reach out and grab your dreams! - Pioneer Pacific College

Why wait? Reach out and grab your dreams!

28 July 2013 By Emily Hohf

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More and more adults are returning to school.

Where adult college students were once referred to as “non-traditional,” today many colleges, including Pioneer Pacific, have created programs that are designed to meet the needs of students of various ages and levels of life experience.  And we find that very exciting.

There is no shortage of excellent reasons to return to school as an adult, but here are a few of our favorites:

You’re ready for a career change.  Even if you aren’t sure exactly what you want to do, returning to college part time is a great way to explore your options.

You’ve got an empty nest and have time for something new.  Now that your kids are grown, and possibly having their own college experience, it’s a great time to enroll in classes to explore your career options.   And you’re bound to meet some new friends, too.

You never got to finish college, and now is the time!  It’s never too late to get an education or expand on the education you’ve already got… whether it’s been the school of hard knocks or a traditional degree program.  Learning happens over a lifetime and students come in all ages.

So, why wait? If you’re ready find out what college has to offer, follow this link to learn more about our Pioneer Pacific Programs. And please also connect with us on Facebook, where we’ll be sharing lots of great info!

Watch this blog for future posts in which we’ll provide useful tips for those who are returning to school after a long hiatus.

Until next time, we’re with you every step of the way.

https://www.pioneerpacific.edu/admissions/consumer-info/

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