What previous experiences do you have?
Check any of the boxes below that apply to you and see if you can save.
I have college experience
Associate degree or eligible transfer credits from an accredited university or college.
I have work experience
Professional experience such as on-the-job training, certificates, and licenses.
I have life experience
Includes experiences such as parenting, interviewing, stress management, and more.
I served in the military
Eligible training you may have received while serving our country.
I don't have any of these experiences, but I still want to know how I can save on my degree.
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