Student Success office helps Raiders navigate through classes during pandemic
Whether they’re clarifying details of an assignment with their professors or just trying to make new friends, communication is an essential skill for first-time freshmen on a college campus—and it’s even more important for students participating in the
Assistant professor finds new ways to teach, help students learn during pandemic
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in the spring, MTSU faculty, staff, and students have been finding new ways to teach and learn. Dr. Ryan Korstange, an assistant professor in the University Studies department, did his best to l...
MTSU Student Success Office launches video series on remote learning best practices
With many classes being taught in a hybrid, online or remote environment because of COVID-19, many people are finding this unique semester a little more difficult to manage.
MTSU adult learner’s aviation career takes off with degrees via flexible online programs
An adult learner who came back to MTSU to finish his bachelor’s degree after almost two decades is climbing the ladder at one of the largest airline companies in the world — while also nearing completion of his master’s.
Now in aviation management at Delta Air Lines in Atlanta, Ch...
Adult learner to shed ‘empty feeling inside’ with degree, August graduation
Every parent of a high school student knows that college visits can play a pivotal role in shaping their child’s future. Phil Roberts, a 54-year-old from Oak Ridge, Tennessee, just didn’t expect those visits to change his own future too.
While touring colleges with his then-teenage son, Matthew, Roberts ...
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