Distance Learning & CollegePlus!

Warning: The following is basically an advertisement.
Warning Neutralizer: It’s more than an advertisement, and the program is awesome, so keep reading. 😀

For those of you who don’t know, I am a senior in college and am getting my degree through distance learning. If you’re starting to think about college, you should seriously consider taking the distance learning route. By getting college credits through credit by examination and other money/time saving techniques, it is possible to get a bachelor degree debt free and faster than you would be able to otherwise. CollegePlus! is an organization that helps you figure out the best distance learning option for you. Check out this video.

Everything Kelsey talks about in this video is totally possible. I know because I’m doing it! If you’re wondering why I’m posting this now, it’s because CollegePlus! just sent me an email saying that anyone who signs up by December 1st will receive a free Kindle Fire HD or a $200 Amazon Gift Card. Short notice, I know, but even if you don’t sign up, it’s a good thing to think about. 😉

Have questions? Feel free to leave a comment and I’ll do my best to answer. If you sign up to get more information or enroll with CollegePlus! give them my Tell-a-Friend Code (9136) to let them know who told you about them.

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  1. Dad

     /  November 28, 2012

    If there are any Dads following this, staying out of debt is a big one for you and me. Our story with distance learning and college plus is similar to the testimony of the young lady in this video and Leah will, Lord willing, have her BSBA in Marketing shortly after turning 18 and yes, we will be debt free. Her brother (at 15) is already done with his freshmen year credits and will continue to take courses for sophomore year. Then we will sign him up with college plus for the last 2 years. If you have questions, contact Leah and our family will be glad to share our experience with you and how it has worked for us.

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