Social Interaction – In a traditional campus degree program, you’ll be attending classes on an actual
college campus. You’ll take classes with a diverse group of students, giving you the opportunity to make
friends, find study partners and learn more about people from different backgrounds. This social interaction
can enhance your overall academic experience and help you develop social skills you’ll need to be successful
in your career and in life
Hands-On Learning – A traditional campus degree program gives you the opportunity to interact with your instructors
face-to-face each day. You’ll be able to immediately ask questions if you don’t understand something or seek extra help
during your instructor’s office hours. In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to take part in labs, field trips and
other hands-on learning opportunities designed to help you learn more than any textbook could ever teach you.
Organized Schedules – With a traditional campus degree program, your classes will be held at set times during the week.
These set-class times allow you to plan your day effectively – you can plan your day by setting aside time to attend classes,
study and participate in extracurricular activities.
Facilities: A college campus may provide a myriad of facilities that student enrolled in an Online Education program will not have
access to, such as the school's library, laboratories or athletic facilities.
Skill Development: A college education will help you develop your skills in reasoning, tolerance, reflection, and communication. These skills will help
you resolve the conflicts and solve crisis that come up in the course of a personal or professional life. A college education will also
help you understand other people's viewpoints, and learn how to disagree sensibly.