Here are the online sections referred to specifically in The Adult Student’s Guide. For more information, see the book! Take the Resiliency Quiz — (Page 142). Online version, courtesy of the Al Siebert Resiliency Center. FAQs returning soon. View archived version from the Internet Archive WayBack Machine.
Useful links for adult college students
A list of links and resources for college students with learning or physical disabilities.
— (Page 46). Hey, what do all those symbols and abbreviations mean??
If you feel overwhelmed by the tasks ahead of you—and even if not—read on. Setting and reaching your goals can be easier than you think.
Many students don’t understand the difference between "C", "B" and "A" level work on their exams and papers. Here are some guidelines.
Knowing your temperament and that of your instructors can go a long way towards having successful college outcomes.
— (Chapter 3). If you want to get a college degree from a four-year college or university, you must apply for admission and meet certain admission requirements before you can enroll.
Several articles and links to useful sites with information on online learning opportunities
Mark your calendars for the following upcoming conferences of interest to those who work with adult students.