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  • Nontraditional students such as yourself don’t have the luxury of taking summers off. It’s prudent to reach your graduation requirements sooner than later. The heat of summer doesn’t have to distract you from the goal or deplete your motivation. Remember, when you continue to work, you’ll stay on top of your game.

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  • Finals are tough. No one enjoys taking them. But they’re a necessary evil for every college student. As finals approach it’s important to maintain consistent study sessions.

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  • Your mindset and your attitude set the tone for your success and happiness. Don’t allow your attitude to affect and diminish your outlook. Having a positive mindset is one of the most important components of your college experience--especially as a non-traditional student. Your perspective matters.

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  • Amberton’s class model is based on flexibility for the working adult. Classes are scheduled on evenings and weekends to allow students to juggle both their professional and educational lives. So don’t worry about having to decide between online classes and attending on campus simply to accommodate your schedule.

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  • Generally, the families and support systems of students aren’t recognized until graduation day. Sometimes in the grind of starting and completing a college education, the focus is so dialed in on the student, the importance and vital support from the family can be overlooked or even taken for granted.

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  • Guess what? School is going to be stressful. Going to school and working and keeping up with your responsibilities is going to be tough. You’re going to be overwhelmed. But guess what else? There are hundreds of stress management techniques that will help you through the grind. But guess what else? There are hundreds of stress management techniques that will help you through the grind.

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