Advancing The State Of Continuing Education

Advancing The State Of Continuing Education

Students interested in​ continuing their education now have an​ easy, safe way to​ find their ideal program.

Two leading education organizations are advocating for their industry by creating a​ free, informative Web site of​ regionally accredited continuing education providers.

The was created by the University Continuing Education Association (UCEA) and Educational Directories Unlimited, Inc. (EDU) to​ provide students with access to​ a​ trustworthy array of​ associate, baccalaureate, graduate and certificate programs, both on-campus and online.

"The site's mission is​ to​ help students further their careers and increase their potential, and to​ increase enrollment in​ continuing education programs," said Roger Whitaker, UCEA president and dean of​ the College of​ Professional Studies at​ The George Washington University.

The goal is​ to​ ease the often arduous process of​ finding the right program with the right degree by offering vital information on schools that have earned the highest level of​ accreditation. Students can search via degree level, format, subject and, if​ applicable, zip code. The site will also offer college advice.

"We know how stressful it​ can be to​ find a​ school offering the best education with the most financial opportunities," says Lori Faunce, site manager. "We have created this site in​ the hopes of​ easing this process for all students."

Founded in​ 1915, UCEA promotes excellence in​ continuing higher education and works to​ increase awareness of​ the importance of​ lifelong learning. Member institutions, which include public and private accredited colleges and universities and nonprofit organizations with a​ significant commitment to​ higher education, are committed to​ extending opportunities to​ the expanding population of​ nontraditional students seeking continuous learning. Users are able to​ access the site and its database at​ no charge.

Finding just the right school may be easier with the resources found at​ a​ new, free site.

Advancing The State Of Continuing Education

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