In the speech to kick-off his College Affordability Tour, President Obama praised Southern New Hampshire University for competency-based innovations such as College Unbound and College for America, which prepare students ...
One of our students is hosting her annual Club Lusitana event this Saturday! Tickets are $25 and all proceeds go to families in need. Enjoy traditional African food, music and dancing! 10 Chase St, Cumberland at 6pm. For more info, call Sokhna at 401-230-4662. Or, check out the link to the flyer!
Innovative programs designed for the adult learner are popping up in several states. Like College Unbound, this North Carolina program is reaching out to adults that dropped out of college and is helping them return to the classroom to complete their degrees. See how other states are adopting this approach!
This quote really captures part of the CU philosophy. Albert Einstein was a wise man!
The Big 10 Lifelong Learning Competencies is a key component of the CU curriculum. Among the Big 10 is Resilience, in which students demonstrate flexibility and perseverance. In this inspirational video, several celebrities describe how they overcame failure and achieved their goals. Check it out!
Workplace learning is a critical component of the CU curriculum. We’re excited to see that other colleges value apprenticeships in the same way. Check it out!
Check out this infographic: The Future of Higher Education. What do you think? Does anything surprise you? It is what you would have guessed?
Hugh Macleod at gapingvoid.com sees learning the way we do at College Unbound. Today’s cartoon says it perfectly. Check out his work sometime.
Following up on yesterday’s video about 21st century education, this article shows how Georgetown University is embracing the inevitable changes that technology is bringing to the classroom. Check it out!
This quick video shows how our world has vastly changed, and what that means for the future of education. Check it out!
While college is not for everyone, the opportunity should be. This article discuses who should and shouldn’t decide students’ college-bound fate, and the issues associated with structures that do so. Read the article.