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The Pros and Cons to Online Colleges

It's no secret that our society moves fast. With the hustle and bustle of everyday life, it's hard to find the time to go back to school. Online colleges are probably the first place people resort to when wanting to finish a college degree. Certain things about online colleges are extremely advantageous however there are a few things that may put you at a disadvantage.

Accredited online colleges offer the time flexibility that you need. Most online college students hold full time jobs and have families and children. With a busy schedule like that, online colleges allow you to take the courses at your pace and on your own time. Online colleges are also great on commuting. You don't have to! With an online college, you get to take the courses in the comfort of your own home. If you tend to be a less outgoing person, then this type of atmosphere is perfect for you. Many online institutions will give you direct access to your instructors and peers without the face time. E-mailing and forums will be your way of communication. Online colleges will many times offer classes that would not be easily available at a regular institution. If you want to take a particular class, you can just search it on the internet and find the institution that offers it.

Although online colleges have many positive aspects to them, make sure to take into consideration a few things that may put you at a disadvantage. The time flexibility is wonderful and allows for a lot of freedom. However, make sure you are the type of person that is self motivated and has time management skills. With little deadlines and time constraints, you have to make sure that you are responsible for your own schedule. Figure out a time everyday that you can sit down and work. If you do enjoy face to face contact with instructors, this may be another drawback. With online colleges, all of your communication with the instructor will be online.

Make sure that you feel comfortable with writing a lot of e-mails back and forth. Credits from online colleges sometimes don't transfer to be careful about choosing the college you go to. Ask the college if their credits are transferable. As mentioned previously, most online colleges are technologically advanced. If you aren't the most tech-savvy person, a traditional institution with books and classrooms might be a better setting for you.


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